I have been chiefly led to engage in this History of my father by the following circumstance ... and all the charms of eloquence l for he was equally the admiration of those who saw, and those who heard him. ... among all men, the most distinguished 5 and when he marched with the emperor John Comnenus, my brother, on his expedition ... and dez scending to the person, whom he had chosen for the Hem of his Drama-for this season first shewed my father to be a youth of expectatiun.
|Title||:||An Essay on History; in Three Epistles to Edward Gibbon, Esq. With Notes. by William Hayley, Esq|