10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ALKORAN»
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed
It may not be amiss to observe that the syllable Al in the word Alkoran is only the
Arabic article, signifying the ; and therefore ought to be omitted when the English
article is prefixed. Beside this peculiar name, the Koran is also honoured with ...
Pantologia: A new cyclopaedia, comprehending a complete ...
The Alkoran is divided into 114 larger portions of very unequal length, which we
call chapters; but the Arabians sowar. These chapters are not, in the manuscript
copies, distinguished by their numerical order, but fcy particular titles, which are ...
John Mason Good, Olinthus Gregory, Newton Bosworth, 1813
The Koran: Commonly Called the Alkoran
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Besides these unequal divisions of chapter and verse, the Mahometans have
also-divided their Alkoran into 60 equal portions, which they call Ahzab, in the
singular Hizb, each subdivided into four equal parts; which is an imitation of the
John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory, 1813
The Slaves of the Padishah:
After him cametwo imams,one of whom carriedalarge document ina velvet case,
whose pendant seal swungtoand frobeneath itslong goldencord; theotherbent
beneaththeweight of an enormous book —it was the Alkoran. The Alkoran is a
The Acts and monuments of the Church; containing the history ...
The prodigious vanities, lies, and blasphemies contained in his law, called The
Alkoran, are rather to be laughed at than recited. It is thought that Sergius, a
Nestorian, assisted Mahomet, in contriving this Alkoran, and so it appears by the
John Foxe, Michael Hobart Seymour, 1838
Letters in the Roman Catholic Controversy
'If he could have bent to his purpose, the christian system, as successfully as the
papacy, the Arabian impostor would have spared the infliction of the alkoran on
the,world. And he would have marched through seas of blood with the Bible, ...
William Craig Brownlee, 1834
Staging Islam in England: Drama and Culture, 1640-1685
In his preface 'To the Christian Reader', Bedwell adopts a rhetorical positioning
that would recur throughout the century: For in the Alkoran, saith a learned Divine
, there is no one opinion so impious & wicked, which may not be found in the ...
William Bedwell the Arabist: 1563-1632
seducer Mohammed: With a demonstration of the insufficiencie of his law,
contained in the cursed Alkoran; Delivered in a conference had betweene two
Mahometans, in their returne from Mecha. Written long since in Arabicke, and
now done ...
Etymologicon magnum, or Universal etymological dictionary, ...
Those Critics are but little acquainted with the doctrines of the Alkoran, or the
gravity of the Arab character, who imagine that the Paradise of Mahomet displays
only the gross enjoyments of sensual gratiG- cation. With the Feast and the ...
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