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The history of Belisarius, the heroick and humane Roman general. : a man who possessed the most immoveable fidelity, and practised the most disinterested patriotism, in the court of a weak emperor, surrounded by a junto of as corrupt and abandoned ministers, as ever enslaved and disgraced humanity ; whose malice and envy remained unsatiated, till by misrepresentation and perjury they accomplished the downfal of this greatest and most excellent of all human beings, in whose amiable and exalted character every virtue exists that is admirable or desirable, in the sage lawgiver, brave hero, noble patriot, profound politician, exploring philosopher, sober citizen, industrious farmer, honest lawyer, or in the most humble, and most perfect divine. Preview this item
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The history of Belisarius, the heroick and humane Roman general. : a man who possessed the most immoveable fidelity, and practised the most disinterested patriotism, in the court of a weak emperor, surrounded by a junto of as corrupt and abandoned ministers, as ever enslaved and disgraced humanity ; whose malice and envy remained unsatiated, till by misrepresentation and perjury they accomplished the downfal of this greatest and most excellent of all human beings, in whose amiable and exalted character every virtue exists that is admirable or desirable, in the sage lawgiver, brave hero, noble patriot, profound politician, exploring philosopher, sober citizen, industrious farmer, honest lawyer, or in the most humble, and most perfect divine.

Author: Jean-François Marmontel
Publisher: Philadelphia : Printed and sold by J. Crukshank, in Third-Street., MDCCLXX. [1770]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Named Person: Belisarius; Belisarius
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-François Marmontel
OCLC Number: 62813128
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 135, [1] p.)
Other Titles: Belisaire.
Responsibility: A new translation from the French of M. Marmontel, Member of the Royal Academy.

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