Author:Samuel Butler (1774-1839)

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Samuel Butler
English classical scholar and schoolmaster, and bishop of Lichfield.
Samuel Butler


  • Æschylus (1809–1826), in 4 vols.
  • A letter to the Rev. C.J. Blomfield containing remarks on the Edinburgh Review of the Cambridge Æschylus, and incidental observations on that of the Oxford Strabo (1810)
  • A Sketch of Modern and Ancient Geography (1813)
  • An Atlas of Modern Geography
  • The genuine and apocryphal Gospels compared, a charge (1822)
  • A Praxis on the Latin Prepositions with Exercises (1823)
  • An Atlas of Antient Geography (1832)
  • Geographica Practica, or, the application of Antient Geography to the Classics (1833)

As editor[edit]

  • M. Musuri Carmen in Platonem, Is. Casauboni in Josephum Scaligerum Ode. Accedunt Poemata et Exercitationes utriusque linguæ (1797)

Works about Butler[edit]

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