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BEESLY-STORIES FROM THE HISTORY OF ROME.
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PEOPLE. By JOHN RICHARD GREEN. With Coloured
“Stands alone as the one general history of the country, for the sake
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BI HISTORICAL COURSE FOR SCHOOLS Continued
V. HISTORY OF GERMANY.
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GREECE. By EDWARD A. FREEMAN, D.C.L.
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HISTORY PRIMERS_Edited by JOHN RICHARD GREEN.
Author of "A Short History of the English People."
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GREEK ANTIQUITIES. By the Rev. J. P. MAHAFFY,
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MICHELET-A SUMMARY OF MODERN HISTORY.
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