Pauli, Reinhold (1823-82), the German historian of England, was born in Berlin, and studied there and at Bonn. From 1847 to 1855 he resided in England, acting for part of the time as private secretary to the Chevalier Bunsen. He was professor at Rostock (1857-59), Tubingen (1859-66), Marburg (1867-70), and Gottingen (1870-82) successively. His works include a Life of King Alfred (1851, translated 1852), a continuation of Lappenberg's History of England, extending from Henry II. to Henry III. (1853-58), Pictures of Old England (1860, translated 1861), and a monograph on Simon de Montfort (1867, translated 1876).