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Cornelius de Pauw

Philosophical dissertations on the Egyptians and Chinese. Translated from the French of Mr. de Pauw, Private Reader To Frederic II. King Of Prussia. by Capt. J. Thomson. In two volumes. ...

London: Printed for T. Chapman, NO. 151, Fleet-Street., 1795.
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Philosophical dissertations on the Egyptians and Chinese. Translated from the French of Mr. de Pauw, Private Reader To Frederic II. King Of Prussia. by Capt. J. Thomson. In two volumes. ... Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Henry SandsVolume 17/9/18007/11/1800De Pauw on Egypt
Henry SandsVolume 19/9/18009/10/1800De Pauw Dessert
Robert R. RandallVolume 111/20/180012/2/1800De Pauw Dessert
Abraham BrinckerhoffVolume 12/17/18012/20/18011/De Pauws Dissert.D
Abraham BrinckerhoffVolume 22/17/18012/20/18011/De Pauws Dissert.D
Christian SchultzVolume 13/28/18014/8/1801De Pauw Dissert.
Christian SchultzVolume 23/28/18014/8/1801De Pauw Dissert.
Henry SandsVolume 12/21/18032/21/1803De Paws Dissertation
David Van HorneVolume 14/11/18034/14/1803De Pauws Dissertations
David Van HorneVolume 24/11/18034/14/1803De Pauws Dissertations
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