William Godwin's Diary

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Sale (27  August  1833) Possibly:
Sale, George (editor)The Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of Muhammed. Translated into English immediately from the original Arabic. With explanatory notes, taken from the most approved commentators. To which is prefixed a preliminary discourse by George Sale, gent. 1734
Bayle, PierreSale, George (appended articles)A general dictionary, historical and critical; in which a new and accurate translation of that of … Mr. Bayle … is included and interspersed with several thousand lives never before published…. With reflections on such passages of Mr. Bayle, as seem to favour scepticism and the Manichee system. By the Rev. J. F. Bernard … Rev. Thomas Birch … John Lockman, and other hands, and the articles relating to oriental history by George Sale. (10 volumes) 1734-41
Sale, GeorgeObservations historiques et critiques sur le Mahometisme, ou traduction du discours preliminaire mis à la tête de la version angloise de l'Alcoran, publiée par G. Sale. 1751
WG reads Sale in the British Museum.

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