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The orations of Lysias and Isocrates, translated from the Greek: with some account of their lives; and a discourse on the history, manners, and character of the Greeks, from the conclusion of the Peloponnesian war, to the battle of Chæronea. By John Gillies, LL.D.
London:, printed for J. Murray; and J. Bell, Edinburgh,, 1778.
[36], cxxxv, [1], 498, [2] p., [2] engr. ports. ; 28.4 cm. (4º)

Two unsigned portrait engravings as frontispieces taken 'Ex Marmore Antiquo in Museo Capitolino'. ESTC t106138; Lowndes, 1423.

Copy Notes Bought from J. White for £1 10s., 29 December 1806. (Spiers Box. Miscellaneous Booksellers; and Jnl 5, p. 76). Inscription in ink on recto of final free-endpaper W-m.

Binding C19th diced russia calf, thick gilt-ruled borders, gilt-ruled and gilt-lettered spine.

Reference Number 1290

Additional Names Isocrates; Dacier, André (1651--1722); J.$White

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