A Historical Grammar: Or A Chronological Abridgement of Universal History. To which is Added, an Abridged Chronology of the Most Remarkble Discoveries and Inventions Relative to the Arts and Sciences, & C. Designed Principally for the Use of Schools and Academies. Tr. by Lucy Peacock, from the 7th Ed. of the French of Lacroze. Rev., Corr. and Greatly Enl. by Caleb Bingham
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Page 40 - he was celebrating the nuptials of his daughter Cleopatra with Alexander, king of Epirus.
Page 130 - The life of Conradin is the death of Charles, and the death of Conradin is
Page 22 - SEV.ENTH PERIOD. FROM THE FOUNDATION OF ROME TO THE BEGINNING OF THE REIGN OF CYRUS. 192 YEARS.
Page 125 - had been retaken by the famous Saladin, Sultan of Egypt. This, however, did not prevent his performing many gallant actions in that country, where he continued till
Page 4 - but a folid foundation be laid, of thofe elemental parts of learning which employ the memory when that is the only faculty in full vigour, and
Page 167 - To whom did the Empire afterwards devolve ? A. To his brother, Charles VI. Archduke of
Page 163 - the Gunpowder Plot, the object of which was to blow up the
Page 183 - THE MOST REMARKABLE DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS, RELATIVE TO THE ARTS AND SCIENCES.