The eighth edition. / Illustrated with a new and complete set of maps of ancient geography, neat engravings of Egyptian antiquities, &c. adapted to the work. - Edinburgh: : At the Apollo Press, by Martin and McDowall. Printed for A. Guthrie ... Edinburgh; and J. Murray ... London., Anno 1789-1790.
Book — 8 v., leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., maps, port. ; 22 cm.
New ed. / with preface by Professor F. Max Müller. - London : Macmillan, 1877.
Book — xxix, 343 p. ; 19 cm.
I. The forest children.--II. The dying empire. Preface to lecture III [On Dr. Latham's 'Germania']--III. The human deluge.--IV. The Gothic civilizer.--V. Dietrich's end.--VI. The nemesis of the Goths.--VII. Paulus Diaconus.--VIII. The clergy and the heathen.--IX. The monk a civilizer.--X. The Lombard laws.--XI. The popes and the Lombards.--XII. The strategy of Providence.--Appendix. Inaugural lecture: The limits of exact science as appliedto history.