Davis, Nathan

Davis, Nathan a Protestant minister and African traveller, was born in 1812. For a time he edited the Hebrew-Christian Magazine, and afterwards took charge of a congregation. In 1856 the earl of Clarendon, secretary of state, sent him to the East, to explore the site of ancient Carthage. He died January 6, 1882. He published, Tunis (184.1): — A Voice from North and South Africa (1844): — Wanderings in Belt Ejareed (1854, 2 volumes): — Arabic Reading Lessons (1855): — Carthage and her Remains (1861): — Ruined Cities within Numidian and Carthaginian Territories (1862). (B.P.)

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