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THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. A History. By Robert MAC
KENZIE. Crown 8vo, Cloth Antique. Price 7s. 6d.
Presenting in a handy form a history of the great events and movements of the present century, in our own country, throughout the British Empire, on the Continent of Europe, and in America.
THE TIMES.—“A valuable addition to the library."
THE SCOTSMAN.-" The central idea of the work and the chief aim of the writer is displayed in his very evident design to trace the growth of free institutions in the different States of Europe, and particularly in England....No more instructive or more useful book could be put into the hands of the rising generation of the present day. The book is written in a terse and pointed style. The movement is rapid throughout; and though the scene frequently changes, its central thought-that of the education of the race in the spirit of freedom-is never lost sight of for a moment."
DAILY REVIEW.-" Written with rare power and skill; from beginning to end the book is highly interesting and instructive. It is a political guide as well as a history, and a safer guide with a more captivating manner will not easily be found.”
T. NELSON AND SONS, LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND NEW YORK.
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