Front Page Titles (by Subject) The Origins of Contemporary France: The Modern Regime, vol. II
Hippolyte Taine, The Origins of Contemporary France: The Modern Regime, vol. II 
The Origins of Contemporary France: The Modern Regime, vol. II, trans. John Durand (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1894).
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