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2 A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF
AENEAS THE TACTICIAN
1. The Tactics of Aelian Or art of embattailing an army after ye Grecian manner Englished & illustrated wth figures throughout: & notes vpon ye Chapters of ye ordinary notions of ye Phalange by I. B[ingham]. The exercise military of ye English by ye order of that great Generall Maurice of Nassau Prince of Orange & Gouernor & Generall of ye vnited Prouinces is added.  Fol.
2. The Art of Embattailing an Army. Or The Second Part of Aeslians Tacticks. With notes upon every chapter. By Capt. lohn Bingham. 1629. Fol.
AESCHINES THE ORATOR
1. The orations of Aeschines against Ctesiphon, and Demosthenes de Corona. Translated from the original Greek, illustrated with notes, ... by A. Portal. Oxford. 1755. 8°
2. A literal translation of the Oration of Aeschines against Ctesiphon. D. Spillan. Dublin. 1823. 12°
3. The speech of Aeschines against Ctesiphon. Literally translated from the Oxford text, and explained in short . . . notes ... by a First Class Man of Balliol College. Oxford. 1872. 8°
M AESCHYLUS ,>s:
1. The tragedies of Aeschylus translated [into English verse, with notes] by R. Potter. Norwich. 1777. 4°
Reprinted: 1779; Oxford, 1808; Weybridge, 1809; 1812; [Selections, British Poefe.] 1819; 1831; [With an essay on Grecian Drama and a biography of A. by J. S. flar/ord.] 1838; [Introduction, Henry Morley] 1886.
American Reprints: New York, 1872-76; New York, 1820-52.
2. The seven tragedies of Aeschylus literally translated into English prose . . . [Anon.] Oxford. 1822. 8°
3. Aeschyli Prometheus Vinctus, Graece, with literal translation . . . [Anon.] 1822. 8°