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ject, to be so copious and circumstantial as in that of wars, in which, the campaign is bounded by the; occupation of a few passes, and the reduction of, one? ®
ings, the republic of letters would link under-its own weight. Clasiifications,_results, conclusions, and maxw
the elements of new compositions. The necessity of compreffion, in our European cam
- paigns, is not lessened by the co-incident movements
of armisies in Syria, Egypt, and India; nor yet by the negociations at Rastadt and Seltz: a scene of political d intrigue bearing some analogy to the Wide and various
field of action.
The time that was necessary for the arrangement of so many materials into a plan, not entirely disproportionate to our usual dimen-fions, and for the correction of' errors, ,by,recent and undoubted information, will, we trust, afford not only an apology for being somewhatlater in the publication of this volume, than was pro< mised in our last 3 but afford a new proof of our earnest
' not only a degree of novelty, but greater interest and