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Mon Apr 03 02:02:07 2017 1 The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Roman Traitor (Vol.
1 of 2) by Henry William Herbert This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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1 of 2) Author: Henry William Herbert Release Date: April 18, 2008 [Ebook #25092] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE ROMAN TRAITOR (VOL.
1 OF 2)*** THE ROMAN TRAITOR: OR THE DAYS OF CICERO, CATO AND CATALINE. A TRUE TALE OF THE REPUBLIC. BY HENRY WILLIAM HERBERT AUTHOR OF -CROMWELL,- -MARMADUKE WYVIL,- -BROTHERS,- ETC. Why not a Borgia or a Catiline?POPE. VOLUME I. This is one of the most powerful Roman stories in the English language, and is of itself sufficient to stamp the writer as a powerful man.
The dark intrigues of the days which C├Žsar, Sallust and Cicero made illustrious; when Cataline defied and almost defeated the Senate; when the plots which ultimately overthrew the Roman Republic were being formed, are described in a masterly manner.
The book deserves a permanent position by the side of the great _Bellum Catalinarium_ of Sallust, and if we mistake not will not fail to occupy a prominent place among those produced in America. Mon Apr 03 02:02:07 2017 2 Philadelphia: T.
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9 Sansom Street. PREFACE. A few words are perhaps needed as an introduction to a work of far more ambitious character, than any which I have before attempted.
In venturing to select a subject from the history of Rome, during its earlier ages, ...

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