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2656 BUNSEN, The same, complete, 5 vols. 8vo. many plates, calf gilt, nice uniform set, £3.

Hamburg, 1845-57 This extensive work is now completed, it comprises a full statement of our present knowledge of Egyptian history. 2657 BURTON'S Excerpta Hieroglyphica, or Exact Copies of various Hieroglyphical

Inscriptions and Sculptured Monuments still existing in Egypt, and Nubia, and at Mount Sinai, &c. &c. 4 parts, complete in 1 vol. oblong folio, containing 62 most curious plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, hf. bd. very rare, £2. 10s Cairo, 1825-37

“ Burton's Excerpta Hieroglyphica is a very useful collection, containing as it does, copies of the monuments relating to the succession of the Kings of the most interesting period of Egyptian History; and many other important subjects."-Sir Gardiner Wilkinson.

The subjects are drawn from the ancient Monuments of Alexandria, Memphis, the Pyramids, Thebes, &c. and were selected from some of those considered the most illustrative of the Chrono. logical history and mythology of Egypt. It is a singularly curious and interesting work, and the impression very limited. 2658 CHAMPOLLION LE JEUNE, Précis du Système Hiéroglyphique des anciens Egyptiens, 2 vols. 8vo. 47 plates, bds. 10s

Paris, 1824 2659 the same, 8vo. cloth, 12s

1824 2660

Lettres du Duc de Blacas : PLANCHES, 4to. 14 plates, 2s 6d 1826 2661 DRUMMOND, Memoire sur l'Antiquité des Zodaiques d'Esneh et de Denderah, traduction de l’Anglais, 8vo. plates, hf. bd. uncut, 6s

Paris, 1822 2662 EGYPTIAN SOCIETY, Cairo. Memoire sur le Lac Moeris, présenté à la Société

Egyptienne le 5 Juillet, 1842, par Linant de Bellefonds, 4to. with a large map of the Province of Fayum, sd. 1s6d

Alexandrie, 1843 2663 FONTANA et HAMMER, Rouleau de Papyrus, oblong folio, with one plate, 128 in. long and 15 broad, of Sculptures and Inscriptions, sd. 12s

Vien. 1822 2664 GLIDDON's Ancient Egypt. Her monuments, hieroglyphics, history and archae

ology, and on hieroglyphical literature, 13 edit. 4to. ed. 28 Philadelphia, 1848 2665 GROVES (W. J.) Echoes from Egypt; or, the Type of Antichrist, 8vo.cl.58 1857 2666 HIERATIC PAPYRI. Select Papyri in the Hieratic character from the col

lections of the British Museum, with Hawkins' prefatory Remarks, parts I. to III. royal folio, 168 plates, (pub. at £4. 78) bds. £2. 128

1841-44 2667

the same, Vols. II. and III. royal folio, containing plates XXXV.CLXVIII. (pub. at £3. 6s), bds. 278

1842-44 2668 HIEROGLYPHICS, published by the Egyptian Society and the Royal Society

of Literature, arranged by Thomas Young, impl. folio, complete, 98 plates, haif red morocco, uncut, VERY RARE, £5.

London, 1823, &c. Of plates 81 to 98 only a few copies were taken off. 2669 JABLONSKI (J. E.) Pantheon Ægyptiorum de Diis Religione et Theologia Ægyptiorum, 3 vols. 8vo. vellum, 78 6d

Francof. 1750 2670

Opuscula, quibus Lingua et Antiquitas Aegyptiorum difficilia librorum sacrorum loca et historiae ecclesiasticae capita illustrantur, ed. J. G. Te Water, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, 20s

Lugd. Bat. 1804-13 2671 Jollois et Devilliers, Description générale de THÈBES, Etàt actuel de ses Ruines, royal folio, bds. 6s

Paris, 1813 2672 JOMARD, Mémoire sur le Système metrique des Anciens Egyptiens, folio, 308 pp. with 10 Tables, sd. 10s

Paris, 1817 2673 KIRCHERI Oedipus aegyptiacus h. e. universalis hieroglyphicae veterum in

stauratio, 3 stout vols. folio, plates of Hieroglyphics and Egyptian Superstitions, old calf, £3.

Romæ, 1652-54 This learned work embodies all the then existing knowledge about Egypt: priced, 1834, J. Bohn, £4. 14s 6d. 2674 KLAPROTH (J.) Examen critique des Travaux de feu M. Champollion sur les Hiéroglyphes, 8vo. plates, sd. 58

Paris, 1832 2675 Lacour (P.) Essai sur les Hiéroglyphes Egyptiennes, 8vo. THICK PAPER, plates, calf gilt, 108

Bordeaux, 1821 2676 LANE (E. W.) Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians,

with appendices, 2 vols. 8vo. third and best library edition, 107 illustrations, 158

1836 2677 LEBAS, l'Obelisque de Luxor; histoire da sa translation à Paris ; details relatifs

au sol, aux sciences, etc. de l’Egypte, atlas 4to. with 15 folding plates, hf. bd. 15$

L 2

Paris, 1839

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2678 LEEMANS, MONUMENS EGYPTIENS du Musée d'Antiquités des Pays-Bas, à

Leide, the ATLAS, roy. folio, 69 plates, with 8vo. text, uncut, RARE, £3. 1839-45

Collation of the plates : Series 1, Monumens de la Religion et du Culte public, titles, etc. 4 leaves of text, plutes 1-16, 19-40, mostly coloured, of Sculptures and Hieroglyphics ; SERIES II, Monumens civils, plates 1.14 of Demotic Inscriptions, and 8 plates on 4 leaves of an apparently Demotic Greek Vocabulary; SERIES III. Monumens funéraires, plates 1-10 of Sculptures, plain.

- another set, 59 plates (wanting those of Series III.) with 8vo. text, £2. 2680 - - another set, plates, 19-40, with the text Description raisonée," the lot, 78 60

1840 2681 LEGH's Narrative of a Journey in Egypt and the country beyond the Cataracts, 4to. map and facsimile, bds. 3s 6d

1816 2682 LÉNOIR, Nouvelle explication des Hiéroglyphes : des anciennes Allégories sacrées

des Egyptiens, et des figures symboliques et sacrées des Egyptiens et des Grecs, 2 parts in 3 vols. 8vo. 74 plates, hf. bd. 108

Paris, 1809-10 2683 LEPSIUS, über einige Ergebnisse der Ægyptischen Denkmäler für die Kenntniss

Her Ptolemäergeschichte, atlas 4to. LARGE PAPER, 10 plates of facsimiles of Demotic writing, &c. sd. 58

Berlin, 1853 2684 — Denkmaeler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien, vorlaeufige Nachricht, impl. 4to. 36 pp. sd. 18 6d

Berlin, 1849 2685 MENGIN, Histoire de l'Egypte sous Mohammed-Aly, 1823-38, avec une introduction, etc. par Jomard, 8vo. maps, cloth, 38

Paris, 1839 2686 NORDEN (F. L.) Drawings of some ruins and colossal Statues at Thebes in Egypt, 4to. 4 plates, hf. bds. 2s 6d

1741 2687 NORDMEYER, Commentatio Calendarium Aegypti economicum sistens, 4to. 121 pp. sd. a learned work, 2s

Gottingae, 1792 2688 PERRING'S 58 Large Views and Illustrations of the Pyramids of Gizeh, Abou

Roash, and to the Southward, &c.; also Campbell's Tomb, the Rock at Gizeh, &c. drawn from actual Survey and Admeasurement; with Notes and References to Col. Vyse's great Work, also to Denon, the great French Work on Egypt, Rosellini, Belzoni, Burckhardt, Sir Gardner Wilkinson, Lane, and others; accompanied by Remarks on the Hieroglyphics by S. Birch, Esq. of the British Museum, 3 vols. in 1, atlas folio, (pub. at £15.158) the plates folded and mounted

upon guards, à most desirable copy, carefully hf. bd. morocco, £4. 4s 1839-42

Col. Vyse expended upwards of ten thousand pounds in carrying out the extraurdinary opera. tions of opening the Pyramids, as detailed in the above work. Had every copy been sold at the full price, they would not have realized half what they cost in getting up. The paper alone of Mr. Perring's Views cost a great deal more than the book is now offered for. 2689 PIGNORII vetustissimae tabulae sacris Aegyptiorum Simulachris coelatae, accurata explicatio, smallest 4to. cuts, vellum, 5s

Venetiis, 1605 2690 PRICHARD'S (J. C.) Egyptian Mythology and Chronology, roy. 8vo. (pub. at 21s) plates, cloth, 158

1819 2691 QUATREMÈRE, Recherches sur la Langue et la Littérature de l'Egypte, 8vo. sd. 3s 60

Paris, 1808 2692 REUVENS, Lettres à M. Letronne sur les Papyrus bilingues et grecs, et sur autres

Monuments Gréco-Egyptiens à Leide, 4to. without the Atlas, bds. 3s Leide, 1830 2693 ROSELLINI, I MONUMENTI DELL' EGITTO e della NUBIA, disegnati dalla spe

dizione scientifico-letteraria Toscana in Egitto, distribuiti in ordine di materie, interpretati ed illustrati, 3 vols. atlas folio, containing about 400 large plates of Hieroglyphs, Egyptian Architecture, Sculpture and Paintings, many in colours with 9 vols. 8vo. of Text-together 12 vols. uniformly hf. bd. red MOROCCO, gilt tops, uncut, an excellent copy, £35.

Pisa, 1832-44 This magnificent work was published under the auspices of the Duke of Tuscany ; owing to the very limited number printed, complete copies must soon become very scarce. Usually sold unbound at £40. cost of binding £10. L'auteur de cet important ouvrage, qui avait accompagné en Egypte Champollion le jeune, est mort à Pise le 4 Juin, 1843, après avoir publiés les huit vol. in 8vo. de texte cités dans le Manuel, et 38 livr. de planches gr. in fol. Pour compléter l'ouvrage il ne manque que 19 planches dont il a laissé les dessins, et un vol. de texte pour les monuments religieux, dont il a laissé des materiaux qui sont suffisants pour le mettre en état d'être publié. Pourtant jusqu'ici rien n'a paru, et il y a tout à craindre que l'ouvrage devra rester imparfait.”

G. Molini. 2694 SALT, Essay on Young and Champollion's phonetic system of Hieroglyphics, with additional discoveries, 8vo. 7 plates of Hieroglyphics, bds. 3s 6d

1825

2695 SALVOLINI, Analyse grammaticale de différens textes anciens Egyptiens, Vol. I,

Texte Hiéroglyphique et Démotique de la pierre de Rosette, avec les planches, royal 4to. 26 plates, (9—39 wanting) hf. morocco, 78 6d

Paris, 1836 2696 SAMS (J.) Objects of Antiquity from Ancient Egypt, folio, 34 coloured plates, hf. bd. calf, rare, 278

1839 2697 SHARPE'S (S.) History of Egypt, from the earliest times till the Conquest by the Arabs, A.D. 640, 8vo. cloth, 7s 6d

1846 2698 UHLEMANN (Max.) Handbuch der Aegyptischen Alterthumskunde, 3 vols. 8vo. plates, sd. 108

Leipz. 1857 2699 VYSE (Colonel H.) Operations carried on at the PYRAMIDS of Gizeh in 1837 :

with an account of a voyage into Upper Egypt, and an Appendix, 3 vols. impl. 8vo. 127 maps and plates, cloth, £2. 1ās

1840-42 2700 WILKINSON (Sir Gardner) MATERIA HIEROGLYPHICA, containing the

Egyptian Pantheon, and the Succession of the Pharaohs, from the earliest times to the Conquest by Alexander, and other hieroglyphical subjects, Malta, 1828, title, two lithographed leaves, preface i.--vi. and 66 pp. of text, with 51 plates (on 14)—EXTRACTS FROM SEVERAL HIEROGLYPHICAL SUBJECTS found at Thebes and other parts of Egypt, Malta, 1830, title, dedication, and 28 pp. of text, plates 1, 4, 5, 6–MATERIA HIEROGLYPHICA, part 2, Summary View of the Early History of Egypt, Malta, 1828, title and pp. 69—134 ; List of the plates ; Appendix, No. I. pp. 1–4; Appendix, No. II. pp. 1–4; Appendix, No. III. PP. 1–4 and plate; Remarks, pp. 1–8; Suppl. to plate VIII.; Coptic and Hieroglyphic Vocabulary, 14 lithographed pp., 2 slips of Addenda and one slip of Omissions ; further of FOLDING plates, engraved title, Tables of Dynasties, 9 plates, and another Series to Chapter VIII. plates 1-3-carefully arranged in 1 vol. 4to. text and plates neatly mounted on guards, hf. bd. morocco, uncut, Sir Gardner Wilkinson's own copy, with numerous MSS. addenda by him, EXCESSIVELY RARE, £12.

Malta, 1828-30 Very few copies were printed of this important work, which is wanting in most Libraries; the present copy was accidentally discovered by the author as a duplicate in his Library. 2701

Materia Hieroglyphica, part 1 only, smallest 4to. the text with the stamp of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 108

Malta, 1828 2702

Extracts from several Hieroglyphical subjects found at Thebes and other parts of Egypt, with remarks on the same, 8vo. plates 1, 4, 5 and 6 of hieroglyphs, very rare, 78 6d

Malta, 1830 Plates 2 and 3, were not published. 2703

Topography of Thebes and general view of Egypt, 8vo. numerous plates, cloth, 188

1835 2704

MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS, including their Private Life, Government, Laws, Arts, Manufactures, Religion, Early History, and Agriculture, BOTH SERIES, 6 vols. 8vo. BEST EDITION, with 600 plates and cuts, illustrative of their Paintings, Monuments, Sculptures, etc. some in COLOURS, cloth, rare, £5.58

1837-41 2705

Ancient Egyptians, FIRST SERIES, separately, 3 vols. 8vo. illustrated by 400 plates and woodcuts, (pub. at £3. 38) cloth, 368

1837 2706 the same, third edition, arranged in 5 vols. 8vo. Vols. 3, 4, 5, only, many engravings, cloth, £3.

1847 A valuable work, illustrating the Manners and Customs, the Private Life, Government, Laws, Art, Manufactures, Religion, Agriculture, and Early History of the Ancient Egyptians, derived from a comparison of the Paintings, Sculptures, and Monuments still existing, with the accounts of ancient authors.

“ Indefatigable in research, full of learning, accurate in facts, and logical in the application of his facts and his learning, Sir Gardner Wilkinson has at the same time treated his subject with the enthusiasm of Genius and the liveliness of Poetry. He opens to you the Temple of their Deities, the Palace of their Sovereigns, the Fields of Battle, and the Repositories of their Dead. He traces for you their early history; he exhibits to you their knowledge of the Arts and Sciences, the course of their Husbandry, and the process of their Manufactures ; and he introduces you to their private life, with a graphic vivacity which makes you at once judge of the virtues and vices of the Egyptian character, and a partaker, as it were, of the intimacies of their domestic society.”—Lord Ripon's Address to the Royal Society of Literature, 1841. 2707

Architecture of Ancient Egypt, atlas folio, with 8vo. text, 30s 1850 2708 the 8vo. text separately, 2s 6d

1850

2709 WILKINSON's popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians, 2 vols. small 8vo. many woodcuts, cloth, 10s

1854 2710

Topographical Survey of Thebes, Tapé, Thaba, or Diospolis Magna, and the Pyramids of Geezeh, by Sir Gardner Wilkinson, in 7 large maps, each 343 in. by 22), 21s

1830 These maps contain the only true and authentic information respecting the topography of the famous Thebes. The surveys were made from the actual observations of Sir Gardner Wilkinson, and were executed by him with the greatest care and accuracy. They are accompanied by explanatory and descriptive references in the margins. This survey fills up a blank, which was not supplied even by the great French work on Egypt, in which the map of Thebes is most imperfect, while this one gives the exact position of every ruin at Thebes, together with the hills and vallies about it, the whole laid down by accurate triangulation, which is extended even to the tombs of individuals and the most minute objects, and all finished upon the ground. The hill of Abd el Goorna, behind the Memnonium, alone occupied Sir Gardner Wilkinson thirty days from morning till night, and every tomb is laid down by bearings. The survey was the work of many months, and the copies of the map now offered to the public contain the latest discoveries added by Sir Gardner Wilkinson's last visit to Egypt in 1856. 2711

Fragments of the Hieratic Papyrus at Turin, containing the Names of Egyptian Kings, with the Hieratic Inscription at the back, 8vo. with the Atlas of the 11 Facsimile Hieratic Papyri of Kings, sd. only a few copies privately printed, very rare, 20s

1851 A very important publication, completing the learned works of the author, of Lepsius, Rosellini, &c. To all interested in Egyptian History a necessary work. 2712

Modern Egypt and Thebes, 2 vols. 8vo. woodcuts and map, 30s 1843 2713 WILLIAMS (J.) on the Hieroglyphics of the Ancient Egyptians, 8vo. with 3 folding plates, sd. rare, 58

1836 2714 YORKE (Hon. Ch.) and M. LEAKE, Les principaux Monumens Egyptiens du Musée Britannique, 4to. 21 plotes, bds. 38

1827 2715 ZOEGA de Origine et Usu Obeliscorum, roy. folio, with large folding plates of Obelisks, 20s

Rome, 1797 “ Ouvrage savant et curieux, &c., 54 francs.”- Brunet. 2716 INDIA. ANNALS (the) of the Indian Administration, edited by Townsend, parts 1-9, 8vo. sd. 2s 6d

Serampore, 1856-58 2717 AYEEN AKBERY. The Institutes of the Emperor Akber, translated by F.

Gladwin, 3 vols. 4to. BEST EDITION, very fine copy, cf. gilt, £3.38 Calcutta, 1783-86 2718

the same, 3 vols. 1, 4to. Eastern binding, &1. 16s Calcutta, 1783-86 2719 the same, Vols. I. and II. only, impl. 4to. calf, 6s

1783-84 Priced, 1841, Allen, 3 vols. £3. 58. The London edition of 1800, in 2 vols. 4to., and also the Calcutta edition of 1786, in 3 vols. 8vo. are inferior to the above.

A description of the whole Indian Empire, written by order of the Emperor Akber. Perhaps no book in the republic of letters contains so much information in so small a compass.'

"-Clarke. 2720 BABER. Memoirs of Zehir-ed-din Mohammed Baber, Emperor of Hindustan,

written by himself originally in the Jaghati Turki; translated by John Leyden and Erskine, 4to. map, calf neat, rare, £2. 16s

1826 " One of the most instructive, and, to well prepared minds, one of the most interesting publications of the present age."-Sir Jas. Mackintosh.

“The late Mr. Erskine translated the Memoirs of the Emperor Baber—the resuscitator of the dynasty of that mighty Tartar, who from the rank of a petty chieftain expanded into the conqueror of Tartary, India, Persia, Russia, and Central Asia ; victor in thirty-five campaigns, and possessor of twenty-seven kingdoms. 'whose Ameers,' to use the words of Gibbon, 'traversed the river Irtish, and engraved in the forests of Siberia, rude memorials of their exploits.' Baber, expelled from his native country and kingdom by the Uzbeks, and for some time a wanderer without a home, ended by acquiring the empire of India, and founding a house whose shade still haunts the once imperial Delhi; and whose ultimate descendant still exists, a memorial of greatness departed, and a continuing example of the pecuniary dishonesty of the trading sovereigns of India.”

New Quarterly Review, July, 1854, page 253. 2721 BAYLEY's Dorjé-Ling, a topographical and statistical account, with Appendix of Surgeon Chapman's Journal, roy. 8vo. maps, cloth, 6s

Calcutta, 1838 2722 BELNOS (Mrs.S.C.) THE SUNDHYA, OR THE DAILY PRAYERS OF THE BRAHMINS,

atlas folio, illustrated in a series of 24 finely COLOURED lithographs, after original drawings from nature, hf. morocco, privately printed, £3. 168

1851 This curious and grand publication illustrates all the Religious Rites of the BRAHMINS.

2723 BENGAL and Agra Annual Guide and Gazetteer for 1839, 1841 and 1842, 4 very

stout vols. 8vo. maps and plates, (pub. at £4.) cloth, 12s Calcutta, 1841-42 These volumes are of permanent interest ; they contain much original, statistical, scientific and political information, not printed elsewhere. 2724 BERNOULLI (J.), Description historique et géographique de l'Inde, contenant:

la géographie de l'Índoustan, par J. TIEFFENTHALER ; des recherches sur l'Inde, et la description du cours du Gange et du Gagra par ANQUETIL DU PERRON ; la carte général de l'Inde, etc. par J. Rennell; avec de remarques et additions publiées par J. Bernoulli, 3 vols. Ito. 64 maps and plates, calf, 206 Berlin, 1786-88

" 48 à 60 francs." - Brunet. 2725 BJÖRNSTJERNA, das Britische Reich in Ostindien, 8vo. a very valuable impartial work, hf. calf, 58

Stockholm, 1839 2726

Theogony of the Hindoos, with their Systems of Philosophy and Cosmogony, 8vo. (pub. at 8s 6d) cloth, 58

1844 A profound work, giving a complete History of the Hindoo mind, of the Castes, the Vedas, the philosophic Systems and the Epic Poetry of this people; of Buddhism, thc Jainas, the Mohametan tribes ; the Hindoo Cosmogony; and philosophical strictures upon the first migrations of nations. 2727 BOHLEN, das alte Indien, mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Aegypten, 2 vols. 8vo. half calf, 108

Königsberg, 1830 2728 BOURDONNAIS, Memoire pour le Sieur De la Bourdonnais, avec les pièces

justificatives, avec le Supplement, thick roy. 4to. LARGE PAPER, maps, including one ofMadras in 1746,fine copy in old calf gilt, 30s

Paris, 1750-51 2729 Bower (H.) An Essay on Hindu Caste, prize essay, 8vo. morocco, gilt leaves, 3s 6d

Calcutta, 1851 2730 BRIGGS (Henry G.) The Cities of Gujarashtra, their topography and history, impl. 4to. cloth, 30s

Bombay, printed for the Author (?) 1810 2731 BRIGGS (J.) The present Land Tax in India considered as a measure of Finance, 8vo. bds. uncut, rare and important, 12s

1830 2732 BRITISH INDIA analyzed: the provincial and revenue establishments of TIPPOO

SULTAun, and of the Mahomedan and British conquerors of Hindostan stated and considered, 3 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, 10s

1795 Evidently a valuable book. 2733 BROUGHTON (Sir Braithwaite) Military and Political Considerations on Great Britain and her Oriental Colonies, 8vo. hf. calf, 2s

1808 2734 BUCHANAN'S Journey from Madras through Mysore, Canara, and Malabar,

in the dominions of the Rajah of MYSORE, 3 vols. roy. 4to. LARGE PAPER, maps and plates, bds. 18s

1807 2735 BUIST (G.) Annals of India for 1848, an outline of events in British India, January 1848 to March 1849, 8vo. hf. bd. 3s 6d

Bombay, 1849 2736 COLEMAN'S (Charles) Mythology of the Hindus, with notices of various Moun

tain and Island Tribes, inhabiting the Two Peninsulas of India and the Neighbouring Islands : and an Appendix, comprising the minor Avatars, and the Mythological and Religious Terms, &c. of the Hindus ; 4to. with 39 plates illustrative of the principal Hindu Deities, &c. cloth, £2. 2s

1832 2737 the same, 4to. hf. calf, £2. 28

1832 2738 CRAUFURD's Sketches of the History, Religion, and Learning of the Hindoos, 2 vols. 8vo. plate, culf gilt, 3s 6d

1792 2739 CUNNINGHAM (A.) the Bhilsa Topes; or Buddhist Monuments of Central India,

comprising a sketch of the rise, progress, and decline of Buddhism, 8vo. 33 plates, (pub. at 30s) cloth gilt, 20s

1854 Major Cunningham and Lieutenant Maisey have been opening the masonic mounds, sacred to the supreme Buddha, wherein they found nothing; and others, sacred to some of the inferior Buddhas, wherein they found some bone relics. Those who may feel curiosity as to how these • Topes' were built, and how they were consecrated, will find all their desires in that respect fully gratified by the learned and enterprising Major."—New Quarterly Review, April, 1854. 2740 DEBATES at the East-India House during the negociation for renewal of the charter, 1813, 2 vols. stout 8vo. hf. russia, curious, 3s

1813 2741 DODWELL and Miles List of the East India Company's Bengal, Madras, and

Bombay Civil Servants, 1780-1839, with Lists of the Governors-General and

East India Directors, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. (pub. at £4. 14s 6d) cloth, 20s 1839 2742

Lists of the Officers and Medical Officers of the Indian Army, 17601838, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. (pub. at £2. 178) cloth, 12s

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