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Administration of julian. -

A. D. - Page
H E Jealousy of Constantius against Julian I

- Fears and Envy of Constantius -

360 The Legions of Gaul are ordered to march into the
East - - - - ib.

Their Discontents - - - 7

They proclaim Julian Emperor - - 9

His Protestations of Innocence - - I 2

His Embassy to Constantius - - 14

360, 361. His fourth and fifth Expeditions beyond the

Rhine - - - 17

361 Fruitless Treaty and Declaration of War - I9

Julian prepares to attack Constantius - - - 22

His March from the Rhine into Illyricum - 25

He justifies his Cause - - - 29

Hostile Preparations - - 32

361 Death of Constantius . - - 34

361 Julian enters Constantinople - - 36

361 Is acknowledged by the whole Empire - 37

His civil Government and private Life - ib.

Reformation of the Palace - - 41

Chamber of Justice -" - 45

Punishment of the Innocent and the Guilty - 47

Clemency of Julian - - - 5o

His Love of Freedom and the Republic - 52

His Care of the Grecian Cities - •. 55

Julian, an Orator and a Judge - - 57

His Character - - - ~59

A 2 • * , C H A P.

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