History of Julius Caesar

Author: Jacob Abbott
Published: 1849
Language: English
Wordcount: 54,514 / 167 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 55
LoC Category: DG
Downloads: 2,824
Added to site: 2006.02.21
mnybks.net#: 12848
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: History

n his new position, and was completely master of Rome, and the city had begun to recover a little from the shock and consternation produced by his executions, he fell sick. He was attacked with an acute disease of great violence. The attack was perhaps produced, and was certainly aggravated by, the great mental excitements through which he had passed during his exile, and in the entire change of fortune which had attended his return. From being a wretched fugitive, hiding for his life among gloomy and desolate ruins, he found himself suddenly transferred to the mastery of the world. His mind was excited, too, in respect to Sylla, whom he had not yet reached or subdued, but who was still prosecuting his war against Mithridates. Marius had had him pronounced by the Senate an enemy to his country, and was meditating plans to reach him in his distant province, considering his triumph incomplete as long as his great rival was at liberty and alive. The sickness cut short these plans, but it only inflamed to double


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