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Macaulay, Lord


The History of England (in 4 volumes)




Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green
















On February 27, 2013 I conducted a WorldCat search for this 1864 edition of this work and found only 20 libraries in the world with a copy of this 1864 edition and not all the libraries had all 4 volumes.

This edition has "A Memoir of Lord Macaulay" written by H. H. Milman. Milman writes "This [English History] was manifestly the subject which he had thought on most profoundly, investigated with the greatest industry, and studied down to what we may call the very dregs and lees of our political and social and religious life. There is hardly an important period, at least in our later history, which has not passed under his review."

While his Essays were an important contribution to literature, his history of England was intended to be "his masterpiece." (Liberty Encyclopedia)

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