British Critic, June 1, 1801

British Critic

June 01, 1801

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Issue date: Monday, June 1, 1801

Pages available: 120

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1796 - 1820

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British Critic (Newspaper) - June 1, 1801, London, Middlesex THE BRITISH For Thofe rules of old not Arc Nature but Nature POP Observations on certain Antiquities of In Two Part The Hijliry of Pompeys Pillar Part Abdollatifs Accaunt of the An tiquitits of Egypt t written in Arabic Tranjlated into and illujirated with By Profeffor of Arabic in the Univerfity of Printed at the Univerlity Oxford and fuld by Cadell and 1801 A T a moment when a feries of events of die higheft national both as to iheir immediate effect and their re mote has politically turned every eye towards ihe Ihore of Egypt amidtt fcenes of deflruQion and the learn ed and ingenious invefiigator of its valuable in the prefent folicits the attention of the fcholar and the antiquary to the consideration of certain points of much reft in its pacific It is intended to enlarge the and from ihe early Arabian writers on the re nowned hiftory of as it aftuaJiy exrffed in their or rather on their firft entrance into and ufurpation of the auguft throne of the Ptolemies and the Csfars butthis firft part of Whites alludes folely to very cn R r rious i ;

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