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The Life of Julius CÆsar. By Napoleon III. It was announced, several years ago, that the Emperor Napoleon III. was engaged upon a life of Julius Cœsar; but we were not aware that it had been delivered to the printers — so completely are we Julius Cœsar; but we were not aware that it had been delivered to the printers — so completely are we shut off from the rest of the world — until it was so announced in a contemporary journal a few mornings since. The journal in question even publishes the preface to the work, which we regret we have not space to republish. It has been generally understood that this work was designed to run a parallel between the character, exploits, and times generally, of Julius Cœsar and the career of the first Napoleon, and to extend that parallel to the dynasty that succeeded. The Cœsarean and the Bonapa wealth which had utterly corrupted the people. The civil wars of Scylla and Marius had given ample proof of this before Julius Cæsar came upon the stage. The people had begun to think all about property, and nothing about liberty; and it is a