Author:Alexander Fraser Tytler

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Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee
(1747–1813)
Scottish-born British lawyer and writer. Tytler was also an historian, and for some years was Professor of Civil History, and Greek and Roman Antiquities, in the University of Edinburgh; father of Patrick Fraser Tytler.
Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee

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  • An Essay on the Principles of Translation (1791)
  • Elements of General History (1801)
  • Treatise on the Law of Courts-Martial
  • Life and Writings of Dr John Gregory
  • Ireland profiting by Example (1799)
  • Essay on Laura and Petrarch
  • The Life and Writings of Henry Home, Lord Kames (1807)

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