2 edition of vindication of Niebuhr"s History of Rome from the charges of the Quarterly Review found in the catalog.
vindication of Niebuhr"s History of Rome from the charges of the Quarterly Review
Hare, Julius Charles
|Statement||by Julius Charles Hare....|
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|Pagination||63 p. ;|
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