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O, what shall I return? for all is thine,
Let my whole soul be fir'd with love divine :
Nor be my love to empty praise confin'd,
What is our praise to thy all-perfect mind ?
Let gratitude in acts of goodness flow;
My love to God, in love to man below.

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THE

ANCIENT HISTORY

OF THE

ÉGYPTIANS
CARTHAGINIANS,
ASSYRIANS,
BABYLONIANS,

| MEDES & PERSIANS,
MACEDONIANS,

AND
GRECIANS.

BY CHARLES ROLLIN, LATE PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS, &c.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES.

VOL. V.

PUBLISHED BY . . * ], BTOREN & T. PLOWMAN, PHILADELPHIA ; MUNROE

& FRANCIS, BOSTON ; w. & D. TREAD WELL,
PORTSMOUTH ; AND T. CLARK, PORTLAND.

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CON TENTS

OF THE FIFTH VOLUME.

BOOK XIV.
THE HISTORY OF PHILIP.

WECT. I. The birth and infancy of Philift. Ilis first

conguests. The birth of Alexander.
Sect. II. The sacred war. Sequel of the history of Philip, 27
Sect. II. Demosthenes harangues the Athenians against

Philip. That firince takes Olynthus.
Sect. IV. Philip declares for Thebes against the Phoe

cæans. He seizes on Thermopyla.
Sect. V. Philip extends his conquesta into Illyria and

Thrace. Character of Phocion. His success against

Philip.
Sect. VI. Philip appointed generalissimo of the Greeks.

Athenians and Thebans unite against him. He gains

a battle at Cheronea.
Sect. VII, Philip declared generalissimo of the Greeks

against the Persians. His death.
Sect, VIII. Memorable actions and sayings of Philip,

Good and bad qualities of that prince.

BOOK XV.
THE HISTORY OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT.
Sect. I. Alexander's birth. Aristotle appointed his fire.

ceptor. He breaks Bucephalus.
Sect, II, Alexander ascends the throne. Declared gen.

eralissimo of the Greeks against the Persiane. 87 Sect. III. Alexander sets out against the Persians. Ob. tains a famous victory at the river Grunicus.

96 Sect. IV. Alexander conquers the greatest part of Asia Minor. Description of Darius' march.

103 Sect. V. Alexander gains a famous victory over Darius at Issus. Consequences of that victory.

117 Sect. VI. Alexander marches victorious into Syria. Lays siege to Tyre, which he takes by storm.

129 Sect. VII. Alexander's journey to Jerusalem. He sub

dues Egypt, Is declared son of Jupiter,

153

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