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From F RID A Y j u l y 63 to F ill D A.Y J. u l y, 13, 1764.
Th e : Roma n . Hi s't.ory Continued' from him ab ou t th e Streets with a Poniard under his
; - : the Rabble oelted him with ftones and Dirt:
&uX$&'jtLBjfj: in, whofe Favour the - After which they killed-himrand draeaed his
1 nfiirrrrTinn was - mac c.-tn nv- v .arraie wrrn a nrinic r r Trntwn mm
j- wj - J .. -w w a W rmmj 1fMW kill V IF il HA
tf cd the. Sovereignty a litU.
j.; l bovc half a, .Year, and" was Vefpafianwtt made Emperor ti''Palaftin$.
1. i ? then .killed . For 0 ftirred: whether he had been fent by Nero againft'the
&2ftgj2ttfc up r the like Sedition vagainft 7w, who were ilirred up .to a Reyo!vbv
him'i asie had .;headed;.againft Nerb?yNpr the MifapplicatiQn of an Opinionrthat prevaii
:did OAhimfelLIurviyeahe. D
lut a few Months the Offspring J
teUiuiy being declared Emperor b the Forces- from an-obfeure Family which' he rather'
under his Command, came. agamt him. The vaunted than concealed, ' thereby fhewing
two contending Parties mert if
iiiue .1 own.inriy', :oeiwcen , ur anu
:7 IiTzKis Reign itCW;-rfMi was "
Verona. Atter a inorc acion Lrj rjropps
"whiclflbaffVled him, tharhb could never be ib llril a Maintamer of-Mili
r prevauea xipono rtique aiiotjicr
;he expeSed aM
and might probabJyhave yanqiiilhed
Had he undertaken a ftcqnd Trial ; inftead of '. mous for Finery than Fighting rrBuwhep'the';-;;
"which, he faid he Would not hazard tKe-Livcs young Officer came to thank him :for his P'a--of
(0 many good Men- for his vHonour.. Pujr- .vour, drefied like a Beaarand fcentcd with .
-his Friends without the'l
and went X6 Bed jv where he flept fqundlythe hadfmelt of Galtck ; and", immediately ordered
- whole Nfeht ; and as' fcon-aS'he aw takeii from himl ;aiid-V
. M drnihg, tpdk'v;h is ; Wea jidhj wK ich ---h e had gi vjqH '.'to a Sold j cr;r-.H.eixTie3 Iri ; the 69th; Year
laid under"V his P his: Age, and
iiabb'd hinifelf. Vitellius thus obtained the Su-; . Sop Titus, . who had been intrufteel with the
preme Power but foon met with a very dif-c chief Comimndof the Forces at; the. Siege of
f erent .End : : For after a Ifh'ort Reign of, eight Jerufalem, where he .fignalrzed his4 Bravery to L
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ivipnms, in wmcn ne; inwea nany iniiances inefaqnnrauon -pr: tnc wjioic nrn;y. ne was
of his tyrannic Difpofition,' he was feized.by a fo.beloved for his Humanity, that the Remans'
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