Bibliographical Guide

to editions referred to in the Notes

ABBOTT, G. F., Israel in Europe. London, 1907.

ABRAHAMS, ISRAEL, Jewish Life in the Middle Ages. Philadelphia, 1896.

ACTON, JOHN EMERICH, LORD, Lectures on Modern History. London, 1950.

ALDIS, JANET, Madame Geoffrin: Her Salon and Her Times. New York, 1905.

ALFIERI, VITTORIO, Autobiography. Lawrence, Kansas, 1953. References are to “epoch” and chapter.

_______, Of Tyranny. Toronto, 1961. References are to book and section.

ALTAMIRA, RAFAEL, History of Spain. Princeton, 1955.

_______, History of Spanish Civilization. London, 1930.

ANDERSON, EMILY, Letters of Mozart and His Family, 3V. London, 1938.

ANDERSSON, INGVAR, A History of Sweden. London, 1956.

ANONYMOUS, Tiepolo. “Masters in Art” series.

ASHTON, T. S., Economic History of England: The Eighteenth Century. New York, 1959.

AULARD, A., The French Revolution, 4V. New York, 1910.

BABBITT, IRVING, Spanish Character and Other Essays. Boston, 1940.

BAEDEKER, KARL, Northern Italy. London, 1913.

BAILEY, JOHN, Dr. Johnson and His Circle. Oxford University Press, 1957.

BAIN, R. NISBET, Gustavus III, 2v. London, 1894.

________, The Last King of Poland. London, 1909.

BANCROFT, GEORGE, Literary and Historical Miscellanies. New York, 1957.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Economic History of the Western World. New York, 1942.

BARON, SALO W., Social and Religious History of the Jews, 3V. New York, 1937.

BARTHOU, LOUIS, Mirabeau. New York: Dodd, Mead, n.d.

BARTON, MARGARET, Garrick. London, 1948.

BATIFFOL, LOUIS, ed., The Great Literary Salons. New York, 1930.

BEARD, CHARLES and MARY, The Rise of American Civilization, 2v. New York, 1927.

BEARD, MIRIAM, History of the Business Man. New York, 1938.

BEARNE, MRS., A Court Painter and His Circle. London, 1913.

BEAUMARCHAIS, PIERRE–AUGUSTIN CARON DE, Oeuvres: Th éâ tre et Mémoires. Paris, 1906.

BECKER, CARL, The Heavenly City of the Eighteenth-Century Philosophers . New Haven, 1951.

BECKFORD, WILLIAM, Travel Diaries, 2v. Cambridge, England, 1928.

BELL, AUBREY, Portuguese Literature. Oxford, 1922.

BENTHAM, JEREMY, A Fragment on Government and Introduction to Principles of Morals and Legislation. Oxford, 1948.

BERNAL, J. D., Science in History. London, 1957.

BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE, J.H., Paul et Virginie. Paris: Librairie Gründ, n.d.

BERTAUT, J., Napoleon in His Own Words. Chicago, 1916.

BERTRAND, JOSEPH, D’ Alembert. Paris, 1889.

BESANT, SIR WALTER, London in the Eighteenth Century. London, 1903.

BIANCOLLI, LOUIS, The Mozart Handbook. New York, 1962.

BLACK, J. B., The Art of History. New York, 1926.

BLACKSTONE, SIR WILLIAM, Commentaries on the Laws of England, ed. George Chase. New York, 1914.

BLOK, PETRUS J., History of the People of the Netherlands, Part V. New York, 1912.

BLOM, ERIC, Mozart. New York, 1962.

BOEHN, MAX VON, Modes and Manners, Vol. IV: The Eighteenth Century. Philadelphia: Lippincott, n.d.

BOSANQUET, BERNARD, History of Aesthetic. New York, 1957.

BOSWELL, JAMES, Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson. Everyman’s Library.

________, Life of Samuel Johnson. Modern Library.

________, Note Book, 1 776-1777. London, 1925.

Boswell for the Defense. New York, 1959.

Boswell in Holland. New York, 1952.

Boswell in Search of a Wife. New York, 1956.

Boswell on the Grand Tour: Germany and Switzerland, 1764. New York, 1953.

Boswell on the Grand Tour: Italy, Corsica and France, 1765-66. New York, 1955.

Boswell’s London Journal, 1762-1763. New York, 1956.

Boswell: The Ominous Years, 1774-1776, New York, 1963.

BOTSFORD, J. B., English Society in the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1924.

BOYD, WILLIAM, Educational Theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau. London, 1911.

BRANDES, GEORG, Creative Spirits of the Nineteenth Century. New York, 1923.

________, Wolfgang Goethe, 2v. New York, 1924.

________, Voltaire, 2v. New York, 1930.

BROCKWAY, WALLACE, and WEINSTOCK, HERBERT, The Opera: A History. New York, 1941.

BROCKWAY, WALLACE, and WINER, BART K., Second Treasury of the World’s Great Letters. New York, 1941.

BROOKE, HENRY, The Fool of Quality. London, 1906.

BROWN, HILTON, There Was a Lad: An Essay on Robert Burns. London, 1906.

BROWNE, EDWARD G., Literary History of Persia, 4V. Cambridge, Eng., 1929 f.

BROWNE, LEWIS, The Wisdom of Israel. New York, 1945.

BRÜCKNER, A., Literary History of Russia. London, 1908.

BRUFORD, W. H., Germany in the Eighteenth Century. Cambridge, Eng., 1939.

BRUNETIÈRE, FERDINAND, A Manual of the History of French Literature. New York, 1898.

BUCKLE, HENRY T., An Introduction to the History of Civilization in England , 2v in 4. New York, 1913.

BURKE, EDMUND, On Taste, and On the Sublime and Beautiful. New York, 1937.

________, Reflections on the French Revolution. Everyman’s Library.

_______, Speeches and Letters on American Affairs. Everyman’s Library.

_______, A Vindication of Natural Society, or A View of the Miseries Arising to Mankind from Every Species of Artificial Society, in Works, Vol. I.

BURNEY, CHARLES, General History of Music, 2v. New York, 1957.

BURNEY, FANNY, Diary. Everyman’s Library.

________, Evelina. Everyman’s Library.

BURNS, ROBERT, The Merry Muses of Caledonia. New York, 1964.

_______, Works, 2v. in 1. Philadelphia, 1830.

_________and “CLARINDA,” Correspondence. New York, 1843.

_________and MRS. DUNLOP, Correspondence. London, 1898.

BURTON, JOHN HILL, Life and Correspondence of David Hume, 2v. Edinburgh, 1846.

BURTON, SIR RICHARD, Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah, 2v. London, 1893.

BURY, J. B., History of Freedom of Thought. New York: Home University Library, n.d.

_______, The Idea of Progress. New York, 1955.

BUTTERFIELD, HERBERT, George III and the Historians. London, 1957.

CALVERT, A. F., Goya. London, 1908.

_______, Royal Palaces of Spain. London, 1909.

Cambridge History of English Literature [CHE], 14V. New York, 1910.

Cambridge History of Poland [CHP], 2v. Cambridge, Eng., 1950.

Cambridge Modern History [CMH], original ed., 12V. Cambridge, Eng., 1907 f.

CAMPAN, MME. JEANNE–LOUISE, Memoirs of the Court of Marie Antoinette, 2V. Boston: Grolier Society, n.d.

CAMPBELL, THOMAS J., The Jesuits. New York, 1921.

CARLYLE, THOMAS, Works, 19V. New York, 1901.

_______, History of Friedrich the Second, 7v. New York, 1901.

CARUS, PAUL, Goethe. Chicago, 1915.

CASANOVA, JACQUES, Memoirs, 2v. London, 1922.

CASSIRER, ERNST, The Philosophy of the Enlightenment, Princeton, 1951.

_______, The Question of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. New York, 1954.

_______, Rousseau, Kant, and Goethe. Hamden, Conn., 1961.

CASTELOT, ANDRÉ, Queen of France: Marie Antoinette. New York, 1957.

CASTÉRA, J. H., History of Catherine II. London, 1800.

CATHERINE THE GREAT, Memoirs. New York, 1955.

CHADOURNE, MARC, Restif de La Bretonne. Paris, 1958.

CHAMFORT, SÉBASTIEN, Maximes, Pensées, Anecdotes, Caractères, et Dialogues. Brussels, 1957.

CHAPONNIÈRE, PAUL, Voltaire chez les calvinistes. Paris, 1936.

CHATTERTON, THOMAS, Complete Poetical Works. London, 1906.

CHEKE, MARCUS, Dictator of Portugal: A Life of the Marquis of Pombal. London, 1938.

CHESTERFIELD, PHILIP DORMER STANHOPE, 4th EARL OF, Letters to His Son, 2v. in 1. New York, 1901.

CHURCHILL, WINSTON S., History of the English-Speaking Peoples. 4V. London, 1957-

CLARK, BARRETT H., Great Short Biographies of the World. New York, 1928.

CLARK, GEORGE NORMAN, The Seventeenth Century. Oxford, 1929.

CLARK, ROBERT T., Herder: His Life and Thought. University of California Press, 1955.

COBBAN, ALFRED, Historians and the Causes of the French Revolution. London, 1958.

_______, History of Modern France, 2v. Penguin Books, 1957.

_______, In Search of Humanity. New York, 1960.

_______, Rousseau and the Modern State. London, 1934.

COLLINS, JOHN CHURTON, Bolingbroke, and Voltaire in England. New York, 1886.

CONDORCET, ANTOINE–NICOLAS CARITAT, MARQUIS DE, Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind. London, 1955.

CORTI, EGON C, Rise of the House of Rothschild, 2v. New York, 1928.

COWPER, WILLIAM, Poems. Everyman’s Library.

COXE, WILLIAM, History of the House of Austria, 3V. London, 1847.

_______, Memoirs of the Kings of Spain of the House of Bourbon, 5V. London, 813.

_______, Travels in Poland, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark, 5V. London, 1802.

CRAVEN, THOMAS, Treasury of Art Masterpieces. New York, 1952.


CRÉQUI, MARQUISE DE, Souvenirs. New York, 1904. Of doubtful authenticity.

CROCE, BENEDETTO, The Philosophy of Giambattista Vico. New York, 1913.

CROCKER, LESTER G., An Age of Crisis. Baltimore, 1950.

_______, The Embattled Philosopher: A Biography of Denis Diderot. East Lansing, Mich., 1954.

__________, Rousseau et la philosophie politique. Paris, 1965.

CROSS, WILBUR, Life and Times of Laurence Sterne, 2v. New Haven, Conn., 1925.

CRU, ROBERT LOYALTY, Diderot as a Disciple of English Thought. New York, 1913.

CUMMING, IAN, Helvétius. London, 1955.

CURRIE, JAMES, Life of Robert Burns, with His General Correspondence, in Burns, Works, Vol. II. Philadelphia, 1830.

DAKIN, DOUGLAS, Turgot and the Ancien Régime in France. London, 1939.

D’ALTON, E. A., History of Ireland, 6v. Dublin: Gresham, n.d.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM L., Political Thought in England: The Utilitarians. London, 1947.

DAVIS, BERTRAM H., Johnson before Boswell. New Haven, 1961.

DAY, CLIVE, History of Commerce. London, 1926.

DE SANCTIS, FRANCESCO, History of Italian Literature, 2v. New York, 1959.

DESNOIRESTERRES, GUSTAVE, Voltaire et la société française au xviiie Siècle. Paris, 1871.

DIDEROT, DENIS, Dialogues. New York, 1927.

_______, Oeuvres complètes. Paris, 1935.

_______, The Paradox of Acting. New York, 1957.

_______, Salons, 3V. Paris, 1821.

DILKE, LADY EMILIA, French Architects and Sculptors of the Eighteenth Century. London, 1900.

DILLON, EDWARD, Glass. New York, 1907.

DORN, WALTER L., Competition for Empire. New York, 1940.

DOUGHTY, CHARLES M., Travels in Arabia Deserta, 2v. New York, 1923.

DRINKWATER, JOHN, Charles James Fox. New York, 1928.

DUBNOW, S. M., History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, 3V. Philadelphia, 1916.

DUCLOS, CHARLES PINOT, Considérations sur les moeurs. Cambridge, Eng., 1939.

DUCROS, LOUIS, French Society in the Eighteenth Century. London, 1926.


DU HAUSSET, MME., Memoirs of Madame de Pompadour. New York, 1928.

ECKERMANN, JOHANN PETER, and SORET, M., Conversations with Goethe. London, 1882.

EINSTEIN, ALFRED, Gluck. London, 1954.

__________,Mozart. Oxford, 1945.

ELLIS, HAVELOCK, The New Spirit. London: Walter Scott, n.d.

________, Sexual Inversion. Philadelphia, 1908.

Encyclopaedia Britannica, 14th ed.

ÉPINAY, LOUISE DE LA LIVE D’, Memoirs and Correspondence, 3V. London, 1899.

ERCOLE, LUCIENNE, Gay Court Life: France in the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1932.

FAGUET, ÉMILE, Dix-huitième Siècle:Études littéraires. Paris, Boivin, n.d.

________, Literary History of France. New York, 1907.

________, Rousseau artiste. Paris, Société Française, n.d.

________, Rousseau pensear. Paris, Société Fraçaise, n.d.

________, Vie de Rousseau. Paris, Société Françhise, n.d.

FANTEL, STÉPHANE, French Art of the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1957.

FAŸ, BERNARD, La Franc-Maçomierie et la révolution intellectuelle du dix-huitième siècle. Paris, 1935.

________, Franklin, the Apostle of Modern Times. Boston, 1929.

________, Louis XVI, ou La Fin d’un monde. Paris, 1955.

FINKELSTEIN, LOUIS, ed., The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion, 2v. New York, 1949.

FITZMAURICE–KELLY, JAMES, History of Spanish Literature. New York, 1928.

FLORINSKY, MICHAEL T., Russia: A History and an Interpretation, 2v. New York, 1955.

FORD, MIRIAM ALLEN DE, Love Children. New York, 1931.

FRANCKE, KUNO, A History of German Literature. New York, 1901.

FRANKEL, CHARLES, The Faith of Reason. New York, 1948.

FREDERICK THE GREAT, Histoire de la guerre de Sept Ans, in Mémoires, Vol. II.

_______, Mémoires, 2v. Paris, 1866.

FREEDLEY, G., and REEVES, J., History of the Theatre. New York, 1941.

FRENCH, SIDNEY J., Torch and Crucible: The Life and Death of Antoine Lavoisier. Princeton, 1941.

FRIEDELL, EGON, Cultural History of the Modern Age, Vol. I. New York, 1930.

FRIEDLÄNDER, LUDWIG, Roman Life and Manners under the Early Empire, 4V. London, 1928.

FUGLUM, PER, Edward Gibbon. Oslo, 1953.

FÜLOP–MILLER, RENÉ, The Power and Secret of the Jesuits. New York, 1930.

FUNCK–BRENTANO, FRANTZ, L’Ancien Régime. Paris, 1926.

FUNK, F. X., A Manual of Church History, 2v. London, 1910.

GAMBIER–PARRY, MARK, Madame Necker: Her Family and Her Friends. Edinburgh, 1913.

GARLAND, H. B., Lessing. Cambridge, Eng., 1949.

GARNETT, RICHARD, History of Italian Literature. New York, 1898.

_________, and GOSSE, EDMUND, English Literature, 4V. New York, 1908.

GARRISON, F., History of Medicine. Philadelphia, 1929.

GAY, PETER, Voltaire’s Politics. Prinpeton, 1959.

GEIRINGER, KARL, Haydn. New York, 1946.

GEORGE, M. DOROTHY, England in Transition. London, 1931.

________, London Life in the Eighteenth Century. London, 1925.

GERSHOY, LEO, From Despotism to Revolution: 1763-89. New York, 1944.

G. G. S., Life of R. B. Sheridan, in Sheridan, Dramatic Works. London, 1881.

GHÉON, HENRI, In Search of Mozart. New York, 1934.

GIBBON, EDWARD, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 7V, ed. J. B. Bury. London, 1900.

_______, Same, 6v, ed. Dean Milman. New York: Nottingham Society, n.d. References are to this edition unless otherwise stated.

_______, Same. Everyman’s Library.

________, Journal, ed. D. M. Low. New York: Norton, n.d.

________, Memoirs. London, 1900.

________, Miscellaneous Writings. New York, 1907.

GILBERT, O. P., The Prince de Ligne. New York: McDevitt-Wilson, n.d.

GILLET, LOUIS, La Peinture, xviie et xviiie siécles. Paris, 1913.

GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG VON, Works, 14V in 7. New York, 1902.

GOLDONI, CARLO, Memoirs. New York, 1926.

________, Three Comedies, and ALFIERI, VITTORIO, Three Tragedies. London, 1907.

GOLDSMITH, OLIVER, Select Works. London, 1929.

GONCOURT, EDMOND and JULES DE, French Eighteenth-Century Painters. New York, 1948.

_______, Madame de Pompadour. Paris, n.d.

________, The Woman of the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1927.

GOOCH, G. P., Catherine the Great and Other Studies. New York, 1954.

________, Frederick the Great. New York, 1947.

________, Maria Theresa and Other Studies. London, 1951.

GOODWIN, A., ed., The European Nobility in the Eighteenth Century. London, 1953.

GOYA, FRANCISCO DE, The Disasters of War. Garden City, N.Y., 1956.

________, Drawings from the Prado. London, 1947.

GOZZI, CARLO, Memoirs, 2v. London, 1890.

GRAETZ, HEINRICH, History of the Jews, 6v. Philadelphia, 1891.

GREENE, DONALD J., The Politics of Samuel Johnson. New Haven, 1960.

GRIMM, MELCHIOR, et al., Correspondance litt éraire, philosophique, et critique, 16v. Paris, 1877-82.

GROUT, DONALD J., A Short History of Opera. New York, 1954.

Grove’s Dictionary of Music, 5V. New York, 1927.

GUÉRARD, ALBERT, Life and Death of an Ideal: France in the Classical Age. New York, 1928.

GUSTAFSON, ALRIK, History of Swedish Literature. Minneapolis, 1961.

HALSBAND, ROBERT, The Life of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Oxford, 1957.

HAMMOND, J. L. and BARBARA, The Rise of Modern Industry. New York, 1926.

________, The Village Labourer, 1760-1832. London, 1927.

HAUSER, ARNOLD, The Social History of Art, 2v. New York, 1952.

HAVENS, GEORGE R., The Age of Ideas. New York, 1955.

HAWKINS, SIR JOHN, Life of Samuel Johnson. New York, 1961.

HAZARD, PAUL, European Thought in the Eighteenth Century. New Haven, 1954.

HAZLITT, WILLIAM CAREW, The Venetian Republic, 2v. London, 1900.

HEARNSHAW, F. J., ed., Social and Political Ideas of Some Great French Thinkers of the Age of Reason. New York, 1950.

HEISELER, BERNT VON, Schiller. London, 1962.

HELVÉTIUS, CLAUDE–ADRIEN, Treatise on Man, 2v. London, 1810.

HENDEL, CHARLES W., Citizen of Geneva: Selections from the Letters of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Oxford, 1937.

________, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Moralist, 2v. London, 1934.

HENSEL, SEBASTIAN, The Mendelssohn Family, 2v. New York, 1882.

HERBERT, SYDNEY, The Fall of Feudalism in France. London, 1921.

HEROLD, J. CHRISTOPHER, Love in Five Temperaments. New York, 1961.

________, Mistress to an Age: A Life of Madame de Staël. Indianapolis, 1958.

________, The Swiss without Halos. New York, 1958.

HERR, RICHARD, The Eighteenth-Century Revolution in Spain. Princeton, 1958.

HIGGS, HENRY, The Physiocrats. London, 1897.

HILL, GEORGE BIRKBECK, ed., Johnsonian Miscellanies, 2v. Oxford, 1897.

HILL, J. C, Love Songs and Heroines of Robert Burns. London, 1961.

History Today magazine, London.

HÖFFDING, HARALD, Jean Jacques Rousseau and His Philosophy. New Haven, 1930.

HOLBERG, LUDWIG, The Journey of Niels Klim to the World Underground. Lincoln, Neb., n.d.

_______, Selected Essays. Lawrence, Kan., 1955.

________, Seven One-Act Plays. Princeton, 1950.

HOPKINS, MARY ALDEN, Hannah More and Her Circle. New York, 1947.

HORN, F. W., History of the Literature of the Scandinavian North. Chicago, 1884.

HOWE, IRVING, and GREENBERG, ELIEZER, A Treasury of Yiddish Stories. New York, 1958.

HUME, DAVID, Essays, Literary, Moral, and Political. London: Ward, Lock & Co., n.d.

________, Treatise of Human Nature. Everyman’s Library.

HUME, MARTIN, Spain: Its Greatness and Decay. Cambridge, Eng., 1899.

IRVING, WASHINGTON, Oliver Goldsmith. ’Boston, 1903.

JACOB, H. E., Joseph Haydn. New York, 1950.

JAHN, OTTO, Life of Mozart, 3V. London, 1891.

JAMES, E. E. C, Bologna. London, 1909.

JAURÈS, JEAN, Histoire socialiste de la Révolution française , 8v. Paris, 1922.

JEFFERSON, D. W., ed., Eighteenth-Century Prose. Pelican Books, 1956.

JOHNSON, SAMUEL, Lives of the-English Poets, 2v. Everyman’s Library.

________, The Rambler. Everyman’s Library.

________, Works , 12v. London, 1823.

Johnson’s Dictionary: A Modern Selection, ed. E. L. McAdam, Jr., and George Milne. New York, 1963.

JOSEPHSON, MATTHEW, Jean-Jacques Rousseau. London, 1932.

“JUNIUS,” Letters, ed. C. W. Everett. London,,1927.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Critique of Judgment, 2v in 1, ed. James C. Meredith. Oxford, 1957.

________, Critique of Practical Reason. Translation by T. K. Abbott, London, 1954. References are to pages in Vol. VIII of Kant’s Works, edited by Rosenkranz and Schubert.

___________, Critique of Pure Reason. Translation by Norman Kemp Smith, London, 1956. References are to pages of the first German edition unless otherwise noted.

_______, Education. Ann Arbor, Mich., 1960.

_______, Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Ethics. Translation by T. K. Abbott, London, 1929. References are to Vol. VIII of the Rosenkranz and Schubert ed.

________, A Philosophical Treatise on Perpetual Peace. London: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d.

________, Prolegomeia to Any Future Metaphysics That Will Be Able to Present Itself as a Science. Manchester, Eng., 1953.

_______, Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone, tr. T. M. Greene and H. H. Hudson. Chicago, 1934.

KANY, CHARLES E., Life and Manners in Madrid, 1750-1800. Berkeley, Calif., 1932.

KEITH, CHRISTINA, The Russet Coat (Burns). London, 1956.

KIRKPATRICK, RALPH, Domenico Scarlatti. Princeton, 1953.

KLINGENDER, F. D., Goya in the Democratic Tradition. London, 1948.

KLINKE, WILLIBALD, Kant for Everyman. London, 1952.

KLOPSTOCK, FRIEDRICH GOTTLIEB, The Messiah, 2v. London, 1826.

KLUCHEVSKY, V. O., History of Russia, 5V. London, 1912.

Kobbé’s Complete Opera Book, ed. the Earl of Harewood. New York, 1961.

KÖHLER, CARL, A History of Costume. New York, 1928.

KOVEN, ANNA DE, Horace Walpole and Madame du Deffand. New York, 1929.

KROPOTKIN, P. A., The Great French Revolution. New York, 1909.

KRUTCH, JOSEPH WOOD, Samuel Johnson, New York, 1945.

LACLOS, PIERRE CHODERLOS DE, Les Liaisons dangereuses. London: Routledge, n.d.

LACROIX, PAUL, The Eighteenth Century in France. London: Bickers, n.d.

LA FONTAINERIE, F. DE, French Liberalism and Education in the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1932.

LANE, EDWARD W., Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians. London, 1846.

LANE–POOLE, STANLEY, Cairo. London, 1895.

________, The Story of Turkey. New York, 1895.

LANFREY, PIERRE, L’Église et les philosophes au dix-huitième siècle. Paris, 1857.

_______, Histoirephilosophique des papes. Paris, 1873.

LÁNG, P. H., Music in Western Civilization. New York, 1941.

LANSON, GUSTAVE, Histoire de la littérature française. Paris, 1912.

_______, Voltaire. Paris, 1906.

LASKI, HAROLD, Political Thought in England, Locke to Bentham. Oxford, 1950.

LASSAIGNE, JACQUES, Spanish Painting: From Velázquez to Picasso. New York, 1952.

LEA, HENRY C, History of the Inquisition in Spain, 4V. New York, 1906.

LECKY, WILLIAM E., History of England in the Eighteenth Century, 8v. London, 1887.

LEE, VERNON (VIOLET PAGET), Studies of the Eighteenth Century in Italy. Chicago, 1908.

LEFEBVRE, GEORGES, The Coming of the French Revolution. New York: Vintage Books, n.d.

LEMAÎTRE, JULES, Jean-Jacques Rousseau. London, 1908.

LESPINASSE, JULIE DE, Letters. London, 1903.

LESSING, GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM, Dramatic Works. London, 1910.

_________, Laocoön. London: Routledge, n.d.

LEVEY, MICHAEL, Painting in Eighteenth-Century Venice. London, 1959.

LEVRON, JACQUES, Pompadour. New York, 1963.

LEWES, GEORGE H., Life of Goethe, 2v, in Goethe, Works. New York, 1902.

LEWINSKI–CORWIN, E. H., Political History of Poland. New York, 1917.

LEWIS, D. B. WYNDHAM, Four Favorites. New York, 1949.

LEWIS, W. S., Horace Walpole. Pantheon Books, 1960.

LEWISOHN, LUDWIG, Goethe: The Story of a Man, 2v. New York, 1949.

LICHTENBERGER, ANDRÉ, Le Socialisme et la Révolution française. Paris, 1895.

LIPSON, E., The Growth of English Society. London, 1949.

LITCHFIELD, FREDERICK, Illustrated History of Furniture. Boston, 1922.

LOMÉNIE, LOUIS DE, Beaumarchais and His Times. New York, 1857.

LOOMIS, STANLEY, Du Barry. London, 1960.

LOVE JOY, ARTHUR O., Essays in the History of Ideas. Baltimore, 1948.

_______, The Great Chain of Being. Cambridge, Mass., 1953.

LOW, D. M., Edward Gibbon. New York, 1937.

LUDWIG, EMIL, Goethe. New York, 1928.

LYASHCHENKO, PETER, History of the National Economy of Russia. New York, 1949.

MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON, Critical and Historical Essays, 2v. Everyman’s Library.

MACCOBY, S., The English Radical Tradition. London, 1952.

_______, The Development of Muslim Theology, Jurisprudence, and Constitutional Theory. New York, 1903.

MACDONALD, DUNCAN B., The Religious Attitude to Life in Islam. Chicago, 1909.

MACDONALD, FREDERIKA, Jean Jacques Rousseau: A New Criticism, 2v. New York, 1906.

MACK, M. P., Jeremy Bentham. New York, 1963.

MACLAURIN, C., Mere Mortals, 2v. New York, 1925.

MACPHERSON, JAMES, The Poems of Ossian. Edinburgh, 1896.

MAGNUS, RUDOLF, Goethe as a Scientist. New York, 1949.

MAHAN, A. T., The Influence of Sea Power upon History, 1660-1783. New York, 1950.

MAINE, SIR HENRY, Ancient Law. Everyman’s Library.

MALRAUX, ANDRÉ, Saturne, Essai sur Goya. Paris, 1950.

MANN, THOMAS, Three Essays. New York, 1932.

MANTOUX, PAUL, The Industrial Revolution in the Eighteenth Century. London, 1955.

MANTZIUS, KARL, History of Theatrical Art, 6v. New York, 1937.

MARITAIN, JACQUES, Three Reformers: Luther, Descartes, Rousseau. London, 1950.

MARMONTEL, JEAN–FRANÇOIS, Memoirs. New York, n.d.

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MARTIN, HENRI, The Age of Louis XIV, 2v. Boston, 1865.

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