Great Men and Famous Women: A Series of Pen and Pencil Sketches of the Lives of More Than 200 of the Most Prominent Personages in History - Vol. 2

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GREAT MEN AND FAMOUS WOMEN

A Series of Pen and Pencil Sketches of THE · LIVES · OF · MORE · THAN · 200 OF · THE · MOST · PROMINENT · PERSONAGES · IN · HISTORY COPYRIGHT, 1894, BY SELMAR HESS

EDITED BY CHARLES F. HORNE

NEW ∼ YORK: SELMAR HESS · PUBLISHER

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents of Volume II iii
  • List of Illustrations v
  • Marshal Turenne - (1611-1675) 205
  • John, Duke of Marlborough - By L. Drake (1650-1722) 211
  • Prince Eugene of Savoy 217
  • General James Wolfe 223
  • Frederick the Great 231
  • Robert, Lord Clive 237
  • François Kellermann, Marshal of France 244
  • Michel Ney, Marshal of France 255
  • Napoleon Bonaparte 262
  • Arthur, Duke of Wellington 272
  • Lord Horatio Nelson 279
  • Israel Putnam 284
  • Francis Marion 289
  • Paul Jones 296
  • Stephen Decatur 318
  • Oliver Hazard Perry 325
  • Winfield Scott 338
  • Ulysses Simpson Grant 343
  • Philip Henry Sheridan 352
  • Robert Edmund Lee By General Viscount Wolsley (1807-1870) 358
  • Thomas Jonathan Jackson 363
  • David Glascoe Farragut 379
  • Giuseppe Garibaldi 389
  • George Dewey 395
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