John Lothrop Motley



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John Lothrop Motley

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born
in Dorchester, Mass., The United States
April 15, 1814

died
May 29, 1877

gender
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U.S. Minister to Austria 1861-67 and to Great Britain 1869-70.


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The Rise of the Dutch Republic
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More books by John Lothrop Motley…
“You will find most books worth reading are worth reading twice.”
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“Literature, the most seductive, the most deceiving, the most dangerous of professions.”
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“The finger of the atheists' own divinity, Reason, wrote on the wall the appalling judgments that there is no God; that the universe is only matter in spontaneous motion; and, most grievous word of all, that what men call their souls die with the death of the body, as music dies when the strings are broken.”
John Lothrop Motley, Diderot and the Encyclopaedists

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