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Vol. 9. Persians.

Ancient Italy.

Romans, from Romulus to removal \
to Byzantium.

10, 11, 12, 13, 14.

14, 15. Eastern and Western Empire, to taking of Constantinople. Dr. J. Campbell. Carthaginians. ^


Mauri tanians.

Gaetulians. 1 Rev. John

Melano-Gaetulians. j Swinton.
Arabs to Mohammed.
Nice and Trapezond.

Ancient Spain, l

• . , i G. Psalmanazaar.
Ancient Gaul. I

17. Ancient Germany.
Ancient Britain.
Ancient Northern Nations.
Ancient Italy.
Exarchs of Ravenna.

1(1. Turks.

• Moguls. ) Rev. J. Swinton.

Indians. Chinese. Ancient Cosmogony. Etruscans. General Index. Afotlern. (Edited by Dr. Smollett.) Vol. 19 to 60. Vol. 1. Life of Mohammed. Arabs.

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Southern Africa.
Western Africa.
Ansiko, &c .

Gold Coast. |

Ivory Coast.
Grain Coast.
Sierra Leone.
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