Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine, September 1, 1798

Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine

September 01, 1798

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Issue date: Saturday, September 1, 1798

Pages available: 130

Previous edition: Wednesday, August 1, 1798

Next edition: Monday, October 1, 1798

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Publication name: Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 17,913

Years available: 1798 - 1810

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Anti Jacobin Review And Magazine (Newspaper) - September 1, 1798, London, Middlesex THE Review and Magazine MAGNA EST VERITAS ET ORIGINAL Artftotles Ethics and Politics comprizing his tical Philofbphy Tranflated from the Illuftrated by Introductions arid Notes the Critical of his Life j and a new Analyjis of his Speculative By John and London and Hiftoriographer to his Majefty for Scot 2 About 400 Pages in Price aL 2s Cadell and tvho devote miich of their time and attention to A Grecian may be reduced to different According to the means which they the objects which they purmej and the criteria by which they One clafsj perufirig ancient confiders them prin cipally as fubjeSts of verbal and metrical and rates the merit of Greek fcholafs by their knowledge as gram and the facility with which they can perform tain grammatical exefcifes in the Greet Anothef clafs rifing higher than mere imnotators and rufes the Grecian writers as of liberal and enlightened A afcending to a heighth nearer that which lias been reached by the moft illuftrious men of T ;

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