Commentaries of Julius Cæsar

Commentaries of Julius Cæsar, his memoirs of the Gallic and Civil Wars, reckoned the most perfect model of narration that in such circumstances was ever written, and a masterpiece.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Commelin, Isaac * Committee of Public Safety
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Combe, William
Combermere, Viscount
Comenius, John Amos
Comines, Philippe de
Comity of nations
Commandite, Société en
Commelin, Isaac
Commentaries of Julius Cæsar
Committee of Public Safety
Com`modus, Lucius Aurelius
Common Law
Common-sense, Philosophy of
Commune, The
Como, Lake of
Comorin, Cape
Comoro Isles