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LECTURES

ON THE

PHILOSOPHY

OF

MODERN HISTORY,

DELIVERED IN THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN

BY GEORGE MILLER D.D. M. R.I.A.

RECTOR OF DERRYVOYLAN, MASTER OF THE ROYAL SCHOOL
OF ARMAGH, AND LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY
COLLEGE DUBLIN, AND LECTURER ON

MODERN HISTORY.

A mighty maxe, but not without a plan.
Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? And one of them shall not fall
on the ground without your Father.

VOLUME THE THIRD.

DUBLIN:

PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

SOLD BY JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET, LONDON.

PREFACE.

THE separate publication of the first and second volumes of these lectures has been productive, among some inconveniences, at least of this advantage, that the author has in the progress of his work enjoyed an opportunity of discovering the misconceptions to which his plan was exposed. Of this he proposes now to avail himself, by stating more distinctly the principles on which it has been constructed: these he thought he had sufficiently explained, but he now believes that he had not said enough to prevent the misapprehension of those, whose minds were either already occupied with other views, or not prepared for the discussion by previous reflection.

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