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Britannia trampling on the Badges of Superstition /Slavery: hests her History &c.

on the Basis of liberty 3 Published by G. Kearsty in Fleet Street as the Act directs July 2.1774.

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The INVASJON of JULIUS CÆSAR, to the

Death of GEORGE II.

THE SECOND EDITION.

By DR. GOLDSMITH.

LONDON:

Printed for B. LAW, Ave-Mary-Lane; G. ROBINSON,

Pater-nofter-Row; G. KEARSLY, Fleet-Street ; T.
DAVIES, Russel-Street; T. Becker, T. CADELL,
T. EVANS, in the Strand; and L. Davis, in Holbourn,

MDCCLXXVII.

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Published by Dr. GOLDSMITY, 1. The HISTORY of ENGLAND, from the INVASION of JULIUS CÆSAR, to the Death of GEORGE II. Four vol. 8vo. with the Heads of the Monarchs, 1 l. 4.8.

II. The HISTORY of ROME from the BUILDING of the City, to the DESTRUCTION of the WESTERN EMPIRE. Two Vol. 8vo. 12 s.

GEORGE W. JULIUS CÆSANGLAND, from

III. The HISTORY of GREECE, from the EARLIEST STATE, to the Death of ALEXANDER the GREAT. Two Vol. 8vo. 12.8.

IV. ESSAYS on VARIOUS SUBJECTS, 32mo. Price 35.

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Of BRITAIN, from the Invasion of Julius Cæfarto the

Abdication of the Romans.

DRITAIN was but very little known to the rest.

B of the world before the time of the Romans. The coasts opposite Gaul were frequented by merchants who traded thither for such commodities as the natives were able to produce. These, it is thought, after a time possessed themselves of all the maritime places where they had at first been permitted to reside. There, finding the country fertile, and commodiously situated for trade, they settled upon the sea-side, and introduced the practice of agriculture. But it was very different with the inland inhabitants of the country, who confidered themselves as the lawful poffeflors of the soil. Thele avoided all

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