Scottish Review to endeavour by occasional Articles by Foreigners or from Foreign sources to afford its readers a knowledge and appreciation ofF oreign views upon Historical, Social, and Political, as well asL iterary Questions. The Translator was therefore happy to contribute to its pages in A pril 1886, with the permission of the A uthor, anE nglish version of his Lecture upon The Greek Question delivered in French at the Cercle St. Simon in the year 1885, and afterwards printed in the Publications du Cercle St. Simon, No. 3. This was followed in October 1886, and January and A pril 1887, by translations of his Lectures vepi BufovT tvwv, originally delivered atM arseilles, and published in London in 1874 ;in A pril 1889 by one of his Article in theN ouvelle Revue, January 1, 1884, on Greece before 1821 ;and in July andO ctober of the same year of his two Articles upon The Formation of theM odern Greek State7 and The Territory of the Greek Kingdom which had appeared in the Revue dH istoire Diplomatique in 1887. These Seven Essays are now reprinted in one volume in the order required by the chronology of the subjects.
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