George Sale, The Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed, translated into English immediately from the original Arabic; with Explanatory Notes, taken from the most approved Commentators. To which is prefixed A Preliminary Discource (1734)

To the
right honourable
John Lord Carteret,

One of the Lords of his Majesty’s
most Hourable Privy Council.
My Lord,

Notwithstanding the great hounour and respect generally, and deserysly, paid to the memories of those who have founded states, or obliged a people by the instituion of laws which have made them prosperous and considerable in the world, yet the legislator of the Arabs has been treated in so very different a manner by all who achnowledge not his claim to a divine mission, and by Christians especially, that were not

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George Sale, The Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed, translated into English immediately from the original Arabic; with Explanatory Notes, taken from the most approved Commentators. To which is prefixed A Preliminary Discource, C. Ackers in St. John’s-Street, for J. Wilcon at Virgil’s Head overagainst the New Church in the Strand., Consulted online at “Quran Archive - Texts and Studies on the Quran” on 17 Aug. 2022: http://quran-archive.org/explorer/george-sale/1734?page=2