Caesar in England

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“All histories of England commence with the invasion of Julius Caesar, the earliest event in that quarter of which we have any authentic account. The Island of Britain was an unknown region to the Romans, and nearly so to the rest of mankind, at the period when Caesar’s conquests had reduced the greater part of Gaul to the Roman government. Britain, lying within sight of the northern shores of Gaul, attracted his notice, and he began to meditate schemes of conquest.” — Goodrich, 1844


S. G. Goodrich Lights and Shadows of European History (Boston: Bradbury, Soden, & Co., 1844)


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