Author:John Bigland

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John Bigland

English historian and schoolmaster


  • Reflections on the Resurrection and Ascension of Christ (1803)
  • Letters on the Study and Use of Ancient and Modern History (1804)
  • Letters on the Modern History and Political Aspect of Europe (1804)
  • Essays on Various Subjects (1805), in 2 vols.
  • Letters on Natural History (1806)
  • A Geographical and Historical View of the World, exhibiting a complete Delineation of the Natural and Artificial Features of each Country,' &c (1810), in 5 vols.
  • A History of Spain from the Earliest Period to the close of the year 1809 (1810), in 5 vols.
  • A Sketch of the History of Europe from the year 1783 to the Present Time (1811), in 2 vols.
  • The Philosophical Wanderers, or the History of the Roman Tribune and the Priestess of Minerva, exhibiting the vicissitudes that diversify the fortunes of nations and individuals (1811)
  • Yorkshire,' being the 16th volume of the 'Beauties of England and Wales (1812)
  • A History of England from the Earliest Period to the Close of the War, 1814 (1815), in 2 vols.
  • A System of Geography for the Use of Schools and Private Students (1816)
  • An Historical Display of the Effects of Physical and Moral Causes on the Character and Circumstances of Nations, including a Comparison of the Ancients and Moderns in regard to their Intellectual and Social State (1816)
  • Letters on English History for the Use of Schools (1817)
  • Letters on French History for the Use of Schools (1818)
  • A Compendious History of the Jews (1820)

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