Life of William Hickling Prescott

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LIFE OF WILLIAM HICKLING PRESCOTT.

BY GEORGE TICKNOR.

BOSTON: TICKNOR AND FIELDS. 1864.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Prefatory Notice v
  • Contents vii
  • The Life of William Hickling Prescott 1
  • Chapter II - 1811-1815 15
  • Chapter III - 1815-1816 31
  • Chapter IV - 1816 40
  • Chapter V - 1817-1824 47
  • Chapter VI - 1824-1828 67
  • Chapter VII - 1829-1837 85
  • Chapter VIII - 1837-1838 96
  • Chapter IX - 1838 108
  • Chapter X - 1837-1838 115
  • Chapter XI - 1837-1838 129
  • Chapter XII - 1837 133
  • Chapter XIII - 1837 151
  • Chapter XIV - 1839-1842 164
  • Chapter XV - 1839-1844 181
  • Chapter XVI - 1844 203
  • Chapter XVII - 1844-1845 216
  • Chapter XVIII - 1844-1845 230
  • Chapter XIX - 1845-1848 240
  • Chapter XX - 1848 259
  • Chapter XXI - 1848-1850 272
  • Chapter XXII - 1850 300
  • Chapter XXIII - 1850-1852 321
  • Chapter XXIV - 1852 335
  • Chapter XXV - 1852-1854 358
  • Chapter XXVI 364
  • Chapter XXVII - 1853-1858 375
  • Chapter XXVII - 1858-1859 396
  • Chapter XXIX - 1859 412
  • Appendix 417
  • Index 447
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