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Φιλοσοφιαν δε ου
ου την Στωικην λεγω, ουδε την Πλατωνικην, και την Επικουρειον σε
Clem. ALEX. Strom. Lib. l.
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Adam's Private Thoughts on Religion
two Chapters of the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Mark
Pennine Alps, &c.
Clarkson's Thoughts on the Necessity of improving the Condition of the
Slaves in the British Colonies, &c.
Conversations on the Bible
during the Years 1817 and 1818
Johnson's, Dr. Private Correspondence of Wm. Cowper, &c. Esq.
Jones's Greek and English Lexicon
Lee's, Professor, Remarks on Dr. Henderson's Appeal to the Bible Society,
Letters from an absent Brother
96, 191, 287, 383, 480, 576
Years 1821 and 1822
Sir Aubrey de Vere Hunt's, Duke of Mercia, an Historical Drama
on a Motion for the Mitigation and gradual Abolition of Slavery,
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FOR JANUARY, 1824.
Art. I. 1. Notes, during a Visit to Egypt, Nubia, the Oasis, Mount
Sinai, and Jerusalem. By Sir Frederick Henniker, Bart. 8vo. pp.
340. (Plates.) Price 125. London. 1823. . 2. Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria and Asia Minor, during the
Years 1817 and 1818. By the Hon. Charles Leonard Irby, and
private Distribution. 8vo. London. 1823. YOUNG ENGLAND is running to look at old Egypt, the
sleeping beauty of two thousand years ago, upon whom Time, the great enchanter, turned the key, when we, a nation of yesterday, were a mere embryo,-our ancestry scattered over the wilds and woods of Germany, or sweeping the Northern seas. All her caverns, and temples, and pyramids have been shut and sealed during great part of this long interval; and now, behold the charm is dissolved, and the whole of their furniture--gods, mummies, and amulets, are found as they were left, the very colours of the paintings as fresh as ever! Why, what is Pompeii to this spectacle? That is only an exhumated city ; but here is a whole country brought to light, after having been invisible to Europeans for nearly a score of centuries. Poor Burckhardt has the merit of having led the way into Nubia ; but Mr. Bankes, who travelled in 1815, is believed to have been the first Englishman that ever succeeded in gaining the Second Cataract. In 1816, M. Drovetti, the ci-devant French consul in Egypt, together with his two agents, Rifaud and Cailliaud, accomplished the same enterprise. They were speedily followed by Mr. and Mrs. Belzoni, Captains Irby and Mangles, the Earl of Belmore and Dr. Richardson, and, in 1820, by Messrs. Waddington and Hanbury, who outventured them all. Mr. Legh, who preceded Mr. Bankes, ascended the Nile no further than Ibrim; Mr. Hamilton, Colonel Leake, and Mr. Hayes, no further than Deboud. Norden, who travelled eighty years ago, could only reach Derry; and PoVol. XXI. N. S.