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the merely English reader here gain that information without which the text would be frequently unintelligible to him, but even the scholar will find many points briefly, but ably discussed, or opportunely recalled to his remembrance. We may advert particularly to the note on the different classes of the Roman people, in the life of Tiberius Gracchus, Chapter 10; the view of the policy of the Gracchi at the end of the life of Caius; and to the critical remarks and summaries of character given at the close of each biography. In a word, Mr. Long's book will be found not only a most interesting, but a most useful one by the class of readers for whom it is intended.



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