A History of All Nations from the Earliest Times; Being a Vniversal Historical Library Volume 24

A History of All Nations from the Earliest Times; Being a Vniversal Historical Library Volume 24

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...establish high school at Cilli, 20, 222 decrees concerning, in Austrian Reichsrat (1897), 20, 225 Finland, 20, 252 f. See Latin Languedoc, subject to France, 9, 254 opposition to Richelieu, 11, 271 f. Colbert's canalization of, 13. 147 Protestants massacred in, 13, 219 f. 'White Terror' in (1815), 18, 117 Languet, Hubert, French writer, 11, 323 Lanier, Sidney, American poet, 23, 276 Lannes, French general, in Italv, 16, 197, 266 in Prussia, 16, 321 ff.; 17, 23 ff. Lannes, French general, in Spain, 17,110 f., 113 in Russian campaign (1807), 17, 36 in Austria, 17,122 La Noue, Huguenot general, 11, 314, 321, 382 Lansdowne, Lord, succeeds Lord Salisbury, as minister of foreign affairs, 20, 299, 425 Persian policy of, 20, 425 on von Biilow's interpretation of AngloGerman agreement, 20, 451 Lanskoi, Russian general in France, 17,335 Lantfrid, duke of the Alamanni, 7, 121 Laon, held by Bliicher, 17, 351 battle of (678), 7, 108 (1814), 17, 352 f. Lao-tze, Chinese philosopher, 2, 339 La Plata valley, founding of Buenos Ayres, 15, 35; 21, 188 f. trouble with the Indians, 21, 188 the settlers become agriculturists, 21, 188 f. polygamy becomes common, 21, 189 Lapukhin, mistress of Paul I. of Russia, 16, 235 Lardner, Dionysius, Irish physicist, 23,258 Lare'velliere-Lpeaux, member of the Directory (1795), 16, 192, 215 retires (30th Prairial), 16, 250 Larisch, Austrian minister, 19, 210 Larissa, see Calah La Rochelle, Protestant stronghold, 11,314, 321; 12, 191 f., 206 f., 220 f. defeat of English at, 13, 25 ff. La Romans, see Romana, la La Rothiere, battle of (1814), 17, 338 Larsa (biblical Ellasar, modern Senkereh), city of Babylonia, seat of worship of Sun-god, 1, 146, 165 Eriaku, king of, 1, 193, 194 necropolis, and temple of Sun-god at, 1, 165...show more

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  • Paperback | 388 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 689g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236984862
  • 9781236984869