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' 5. Orations of Demosthenes on the Crown. Translated by Andrew Portal. 1755. 8°

6. All the orations of Demosthenes pronounced to excite the Athenians against Philip, King of Macedon. (The Orations of Demosthenes on occasions of public deliberation. The Orations of Dinarchus against Demosthenes. The Orations of Aeschines and Demosthenes on the Crown.) Translated into English with notes, by Thomas Leland, D.D. 3 vol. 1763. 8°

Reprinted: 2 vol., 1770; 3 pts., 1771; [corrected"] 3 vol., 1777; 2 vol., 1802; 2 vol., 1804; % vol., 1806; 2 vol., 1814; 2 vol., 1819; 2 vol., 1824.

American Reprints: New York, 1820-52; 2 vol., New York, 1872-76; New York, 1880; [introduction by Epiphanius Wilson.'] New York, 1908.

7. Orations of Demosthenes (and Aeschines). Translated by . . . Rev. Philip Francis, with notes. 2 vol. 1757-58. 4°

8. Orations of Demosthenes. Translatedfby Fleintoff. 1840.

9. Oratio de Corona. Translation byrHenry Lord Brougham. 1840. [Gk.-Eng.] Reprinted: 1893. American Reprint: New York, 1893.

10. Translations of select speeches of Demosthenes, with notes, by C. R. Kennedy. Cambridge. 1841. 8°

11. The Midian Oration of Demosthenes. Translated by G. Burges. Cambridge. 1842. 8°

12. The Philippic and Olynthian Orations. Translated by D. Spillan. 1846.

Reprinted: 2 vol., 1854. **' American Reprint: Beaver, Pa., 1852-55.

13. Philippic and Olynthian Orations. Translated by C. R.

Kennedy. 1852. 8° [Bohn]

Reprinted: [Everyman] 1911. -'^ >- •&* American Reprints: 2 vol., New York, 1857; 2 vol., New

York, 1872-76; [Everyman] New York, 1911.

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