History of the revolt of the Netherlands, continued -- trials of Counts Egmont and Horn.
Wallenstein and Wilhelm Tell, historical dramas.
Translated from the German.
|Main Author:||Schiller, Friedrich, 1759-1805.|
|Related Names:||Bohn, Henry G. 1796-1884, ed., Martin, Theodore Sir 1816-1909, tr., Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 1772-1834, tr., Churchill, Janus , tr., Morrison, A. J. W. 1806-1865, tr., Eastwick, Edward Backhouse 1814-1883, tr.|
|Language(s):||English ; German|
London, H. G. Bohn, 1847.
Tell, Wilhelm /
Wallenstein, Albrecht Wensel Eusebius von, > Wallenstein, Albrecht Wensel Eusebius von, / herzog su Friedland, > Wallenstein, Albrecht Wensel Eusebius von, / herzog su Friedland, / 1583-1634 > Wallenstein, Albrecht Wensel Eusebius von, / herzog su Friedland, / 1583-1634 / Drama.
Netherlands > Netherlands / History > Netherlands / History / Wars of Independence, 1556-1648.
"The siege of Antwerp by the Prince of Parma": p. 95-135.
The history of the revolt of the Netherlands, the first part of which appeared in v.  of this series, was translated by E. B. Eastwick, revised and partly rewritten by A. J. W. Morrison; Wallenstein's camp is translated by J. Churchill; The Piccolomini and Death of Wallenstein, by S. T. Coleridge; Wilhelm Tell, by Theodore Martin.
On cover: Bohn's standard library.
2 p. ., [iii]-iv, 553 p.
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