General History Of Civilisation In Europe, From The Fall Of The Roman Empire Till The French Revolution.
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General History Of Civilisation In Europe, From The Fall Of The Roman Empire Till The French Revolution.

By François Guizot
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  • Civilisation In Europe.
  • General History Of Civilisation In Europe,
    • From The Fall Of The Roman Empire Till The French Revolution. By M. F. Guizot.
  • A Treatise On Death Punishments.
    • Edinburgh: William And Robert Chambers. 1848.
      • Edinburgh: Printed By W. And R. Chambers.
    • Contents.
    • Life Of Guizot.
  • History Of Civilisation In Europe.
    • Lecture I. Objects Of The Course. Of Civilisation In General.
      • Lecture II. Peculiar Features Of Civilisation In Europe. Influence Of The Church.
        • Influence Of The Church.
      • Lecture III. First Ages Of Civilisation.
      • Lecture IV. Influences Of The Feudal System.
      • Lecture V. The Church From The Fifth To The Twelfth Century.
      • Lecture VI. Relations Of The Church With The People.
      • Lecture VII. Boroughs And Their Influence.
      • Lecture VIII. The Twelfth And Thirteenth Centuries. The Crusades.
      • Lecture IX. Rise And Progress Of Royalty.
      • Lecture X. Union Of Elements Of Modern Society.
      • Lecture XI. Rise Of Nations And Governments.
      • Lecture XII. Effects Of The Reformation.
      • Lecture XIII. Effects Of The English Revolution.
      • Lecture XIV. Cause And Effects Of The French Revolution.
      • Concluding Note By The Editors.
  • On The Punishment Of Death.
    • Contents.
    • Preface.
    • On The Punishment Of Death.
      • Chapter I. Limits Of The Question.
      • Chapter II. Physical Efficacy Of Capital Punishment.
      • Chapter III. Moral Efficacy Of Capital Punishment.
      • Chapter IV. The Same Subject Continued.
      • Chapter V. Double Character Of The Government.
      • Chapter VI. Justice.
      • Chapter VII. Necessity.
      • Chapter VIII. Means.
      • Chapter IX. Prosecution And Qualification Of Political Crimes.
      • Chapter X. The Privilege Of Mercy.
      • Chapter XI. Conclusion.
      • The End.
      • Edinburgh: Printed by W. & R. Chambers.
      • Chambers's Educational Course.
        • Directories.
        • English Section.
        • Arithmetical and Mathematical.
        • Scientific.
        • Historical.
        • Writing and Drawing.
        • Geography.
        • Classical Series,
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