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Henry George Bohn
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Publisher, United Kingdom, started publishing in 1841 and sold in 1864 to George Bell.


Publications[edit]

Bohn's Antiquarian Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
The Chronicle of Henry of Huntingdon Henry of Huntingdon Thomas Forester 1853 London
The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy Orderic Vitalis Thomas Forester 1853 London

Bohn's Classical Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
Organon Aristotle Octavius Freire Owen 1853 London Two volumes.
The Comedies of Aristophanes Aristophanes William James Hickie 1853 London Two volumes.
The Geography of Strabo Strabo Hans Claude Hamilton and William Falconer 1854 London Three volumes. First six books translated by Hamilton
The Natural History (transcription project) Pliny the Elder John Bostock and Henry Thomas Riley 1855 London Two volumes. First two books translated by Bostock.
The Tragedies of Euripides (transcription project) Euripides Theodore William Alois Buckley 1858 London Two volumes.

Bohn's Illustrated Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Illustrator Year Location Notes
Hudibras Samuel Butler 1859 London Two volumes.

Bohn's Philosophical Library[edit]

Title Author(s) Translator Year Location Notes
Critique of Pure Reason Immanuel Kant John Miller Dow Meiklejohn 1855 London Two volumes.