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8120 ROBERTSON (J., Clavis Pentateuchi ex recens. J. Kinghorn, st. 8vo. bds. 18s 1824 3121 SCHAAF (C.) Lexicon Syriacum concordantiale, omnes Novi Testamenti Syriaci voces complectens, 4to. vellum, 20s

Lugd. Batav. 1708 3122 SCHETTGENII HORÆ HEBRAICE et TALMUDICE in universum Novum Tes. tamentum, quibus Horæ Lightfooti supplentur, 2 vols. 4to. vellum, £2. 2s

Dresdae, 1733-42 “ In this work the learned author follows the example of Dr. Lightfoot. He goes over the same books, but superficially, and supplies what was wanting on the Epistles and Revelations. In the opinion of Walch, Schoettgen is superior to Lightfoot: he pronounces his work to be one of great erudition, industry, and use."-Orme. 3123 SOHAR (The), containing the deepest Arcana of the CABALA, in Hebrew (with

out points), 3 vols. sm. 4to. neatly printed on fine paper, woodcut on the titles, good clean copy, bound, VERY RARE in England, £2. los (? Jerusalem, 1820)

Brought by Captain Mounsey from Jerusalem. 3124 TALMỤD. Le Talmud de Babylone, traduit en français par L. CHIARINI, 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. calf, 16s

Leipzic, 1831 3125 UALEMANN, Institutiones Linguae Samaritanae, acc. Chrestomathia, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. 10s

Lips. 1837 3126 WOLFII Bibliotheca Hebraea, sive notitia cum auctorum hebr. cujuscunque

aetatis, tum Scriptorum quae vel hebraice primum exarata vel ab aliis conversa

sunt, ad nostram aetatem deducta, 4 stout vols. sm. 4to. £2. Hamburgi, 1715-33

“This work is by no means confined to Jewish authors, but takes ample scope amongst emi. nent Christian writers of all nations who profess to assist the student in the knowledge of the Old Testament."— British Librarian.

- Notitia Karaeorum ex Mardochaei tractatu, et Triglandius de Karaeis, 4to. calf, 3s

1714 3128 YEATES (T.) Hebrew Grammar, compiled by Ashworth, and re-edited by T. Yeates, 7th edition, by F. Bialloblotzky, royal 8vo. cloth, 2s 6d

1846 3129 ZANOLINI Lexicon Chaldaico-Rabbinicum, cum Rabbinorum abbreviaturis, stout 4to. hf. vellum, 358

Patavii, 1747 3130 - Lexicon Syriacum, sm. 4to. hf. vellum, 58

ib. 1742 3131

Ratio addiscendae Linguae Chaldaicae-rabbinicae-talmudicae, 4to. hf. vellum, 58

ib. 1750 The 3 vols. sold together for £2. 3132 HEBREW TRACTS. Pirie's Hebrew Roots : Kocheri Bibliotheca Hebraica, Part 2;

Walker's Introduction to Hebrew ; Kirschii Chrestomathia Syriaca, Part 2; Tanchumi Hierosolym. in lamentationes, Cureton, Arabice; Jehuda ben Koreisch epistola, Bargès et Goldberg, Hebrew; Psalterium Syraice; and 9 others —the lot, cheap, 4s6d

1785-1857 - 3133 INDIAN LANGUAGES. DRUMMOND's Illustrations of the gram

matical parts of the Guzeratee, Mahratta, and English Languages, sm. folio, half calf, 78 6d

Bombay, 1808 3134 FAULKNER's Orientalist's Grammatical Vade-Mecum, containing a HINDUSTANI,

a PERSIAN, and a GUJARATI GRAMMAR, with selections of reading lessons and familiar phrases in each language, 8vo. cloth, 58

Bombay, 1853 This work conveys all that is essentially necessary for mastering the three languages, without intricate rules, which distract the mind in larger grammars. 3135 GILCHRIST's Hindee Moral Preceptor, 8vo. containing Sadi's Pundnamu, Per.

sian, Hindustani, and English, new edition, with Persian and English, and Hindee-Persian English Vocabulary, etc. 8vo. 2s 6d

1821 3136 HINDEE and HINDOSTANEE SELECTIONS, to which are prefixed the Rudiments

of Hindustanee and Bruj Bhakha Grammar, also : Prem Sagur; or History of
Krishnu in Hindee-A Vocabulary to the above in Khuree Bola and English
Grammar in Nine Chapters—Articles of War and Military Terms-Betal
Pucheesee, Selection from the Bhuktú Mal-Ditto from the Rekhtus of Khubeer
-Ditto from the Ramayunu-Humourous Stories, in an easy Style— Popular
Hindee Songs—A Descriptive List of the Popular Festivals of the Hindoos—A
List of Hindoo Castes-Extracts from the Bagh-o-Buhar-Gooli Bukawulee-
Araishi Mahfil-Ukhlaq Hindee— Sukontala, or the Fatal Ring - Pleasant
Stories, in an easy Style-Poetical Extracts from Hindoostanee Authors ,
Popular Rekhtu Songs-Dialogues, 2 vols. royal 4to. about 1500 pp. (pub. at
£2. 5s) half bound calf neat, 24s

Calcutta, 1830 This work was originally compiled for the use of the Interpreters to the Native Corps of the Bengal Army.

3137 SORABJEE'S (Dossabhaee) Idiomatical Sentences in English, Hindostanee,

Goozratee and Persian, military, judicial, mercantile, medical, and miscel

laneous, etc. sm. folio, 323 pp. lithographed, half russia, 22s Bombay, 1843 3138 Bengali. CAREY (W.) Grammar of the Bengalee language, 4th ed. with additions, 8vo. cloth, 5s

Serampore, 1818 3139

Dictionary of the Bengalee Language (Bengali-English), 2 vols in 3, 4to. calf, £3.

Serampore, 1825 3140

Dictionary of the Bengalee language, abridged from the 4to. dictionary, (Bengali-English and English-Bengali), 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. cloth, 32s

Serampore, 1839-40 3141

the same, Vol. I. Bengalee-English, 8vo. hf. russia, 12s Serampore, 1827 3142 FORSTER’s English-Bengalee and Bengalee-English Vocabulary, 2 vols. 4to. half russia, 12s

Calcutta, 1799-1802 3143 HAUGHTON'S Rudiments of Bengali Grammar, 4to. hf. bd. rare, 278 1821 3144

Bengali Selections with translations, and Vocabulary, 4to. 158 1822 3145

Rudiments of Bengali GRAMMAR ; Bengali SELECTIONS, with translations and a VOCABULARY, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. hf. russia, £1. 165

1821-22 3146

Bengali-English Glossary, to explain the Tota-Itihas, the Batris Singhasan, the history of Raja Krishna Chandra, the Purusha-Parikhya, and the Iitopadesa, 4to. (pub. at 30s) bds. 2s 6d

1825 This cheap Glossary cannot be had in Bengal; officers and civilians proceeding there, should secure a copy. 3147

Bengali and Sanskrit Dictionary explained in English, and adapted for Students of either Language; to which is added an Index, serving as a reversed Dictionary, stout 4to. (pub. at £7. 78) hf. morocco, £2. 188 1833

Haughton's works are the best for learning the Bengali Language. 3148 MORTON'S Dictionary of the Bengali Language, with Bengali Synonyms, and

an English interpretation, 8vo. vii and 662 pp. bds. 158 Bishop's College, 1828

A good useful Bengali Dictionary, compiled from native and other authorities. 3149 RAMKISSEN SAN, Vocabulary, English, Portuguese and Bengalese, 4to. hf. bd. 3s 6d

Calcutta, 1821 3150 YATES' Introduction to the Bengali language, edited by Wenger, containing a

Grammar, Reader, Vocabulary and Notes ; and Selections from Bengali Literature, 2 vols. 8vo. 30s

Calcutta, 1847 3151

the same, Vol. II. containing selections from Bengali Literature, 8vo. cloth, 10s

Calcutta, 1847 3152 Bruj Bhakha. Principles of inflection and conjugation in the Bruj

B,hak,ha, or the language spoken in the country of Bruj (Go,aliyur, in the dominions of the Raja of Bhurutpoor), by Shree Lulloo Lal Kuvi, impl. 4to. calf, 258

Calcutta, 1811 3153 Burmese. CAREY (F.) Grammar of the Burman language, with roots, 8vo. calf, 78 6d

Serampore, 1814 3154 CATECHISMUS pro Barmanis eorum lingua primisque nunc litterarum typis ex

cusus, cum Latina interpretatione, Burmese and Latin, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. russia, 2s 6d

Romae, 1785-86 3155 Hough's (G. H.) English and Burman Vocabulary, preceded by a Grammar, obl. 8vo. hf. bd. rare, 258

Serampore, 1825 3156 JUDSON (A.) Dictionary of the Burman language, with explanations in English, with alphabet, symbols, etc. 8vo. hf. russia, 32s

Calcutta, 1826 3157 LANE's English Burmese Dictionary, 4to. hf. calf, 36s

ib. 1841 Canarese-see also BHAGAVAT GEETA, under Sanscrit. 3158 ELLIOT (W.) Alphabet of the ANCIENT ČANARESE character, collected from In

scriptions in the Southern Mahratta Country, large fol, rare, 12s Bombay, 1833 3159 REEVE'S (Wm.) CARNATACA DICTIONARY: Eng.-Carnataca and Carnataca Eng.

4 parts in 2 stout vols. impl. 4to. strongly hf. bd. russia, rare, £8. Madras, 1824-32

Gentoo-see Teloogoo, 3160 Goojratee, BERQUIN’s Children's Friend, in Goojratee, lithographed, Vol. I. square 12mo. calf, 4s 6d

Bombay, 1833 3161 CLARKSON'S (W.) Grammar of the Gujarati Language, 4to. cloth, 20s Bombay, 1847 3162 MAHOMED CAUZIM, Dictionary of Goojaratee and English, impl. 4to. £2, 2s

Bombay, 1846

3163 RAMSAY's Principles of Gujarati Grammar, translated and arranged from the work of Gangadhar Shastri Phadake, 8vo. hf. bd. 58

Bombay, 1842 3164 KRISHNA et sa doctrine. Bhagavat Dasam Askand 10me libre du BHAGAVAT

POURANA, traduit sur le MS. Hindoui, par Th. PAVIE, royal 8vo. sd. 6s 6d 1852 3165 PREM SAGUR, or History of Krishnu, according to the Bhagubut of Vyasudevu,

translated from the Bruj Bhasha of Chutoorbhooj Misr, into Hindee, by Lulloo Lal, 4to. sd. 3s 6d

Calcutta, 1831 3166 - the same, 4to. half calf, 58

1831 3167 VYASUDEVU, Prem Sagur, or History of Krishnu, in Hindee by Lulloo Lal, royal 4to. calf, 7s 6d

Calcutta, 1825 3168 Hindustani. ARAISH-I MUHFIL, being a history in the Hindoostanee lan.

guage of the Hindoo princes of Dihlee, compiled from the Khoolasut-ool-Hind, by Meer Sher Ulee Ufsos, 4to. slightly damaged, with English Interlinear translation in MS., hf. calf, 12s

Calcutta, 1808 3169 BAGH-0-BUHAR (The) or the Adventures of King Azad Bakht and the Four Dar

weshes, in Hindustani,8vo.226 pp.beautifully lithographed,sd.3s 6d Cawnp.1832

Though there exist many editions of this popular work, the above is of peculiar merit as a means of instructing the pupil in reading the Persian style of writing, used in Upper and Western India. 3170 - Hindustani, new edition, with Vowel Points, &c. carefully marked, and a Vocabulary, by Forbes, royal 8vo. (pub. at 15s) 12s

1856 3171 Bagh 0 BAHAR, an entirely new English version, with notes by E. B. Eastwick, royal 8vo. (pub. at 21s) bds. 8s 6d

Hertford, 1852 3172 BAITAL PÅCHISI; or Twenty-five Tales of a Demon. A New Edition of the

Hindi Text, carefully revised, with the words expressed in the Hindústáni character immediately under the corresponding word in the Náguríi, and with a perfectly literal English interlinear Translation, accompanied with a free Translation in English at the foot of each page, and Explanatory Notes by

W. B. Barker, edited by E. B. Eastwick, royal 8vo. (pub. at £1. 11s 6d) 188 1855 3173 COLLECTION of Moral Precepts in English and Hindustani, 186 pp. lithographed, royal 8vo. half calf neat, 5s

Lucknow, 1833 3174 DOBBIE's (Capt. R. s.) Pocket Dictionary of English and Hindustani, fcap. 8vo. (pub. at 8s) cloth, 2s 6d

1847 3175 the same, 12mo. hf. bound russia, 4s 6d

1847 The inconvenience of carrying about the bulky and expensive tomes of Gilchrist is generally felt and complained of, and has induced the compiler to offer to the public a Pocket Dictionary of English and Hindûstáni, which, from its comprehensiveness and portability, he trusts will be found of real utility.

The Hindustani words are those in most general use; and where two or more occur in explanation of one English term, the first is to be understood as the one most commonly employed, and the rest as the more refined or scientific significations. 3176 EASTWICK'S GRAMMAR of the HINDUSTANI Language, to which are added

Selections for Reading, new edition, enlarged with a Vocabulary, Dialogues, 12 facsimiles of Persian and Devanagari Writing, etc. by the Rev. G. Small, 8vo. cloth, 10s

B. Quaritch, 1858 The easiest method for learning Hindustani, hitherto used at Haileybury College. This new edition unites into one compact volume all that a beginner of the Hindustani Language requires. The Vocabulary has the pronunciation in Roman letters.

" The first edition of this work was not undeservedly received with favour. But the labours of the present editor have added greatly to the value of the original performance.

• Mr. Small's acquaintance with the Hindustani tongue has eminently qualified him for the task he has here undertaken.

“ The volume before us is about twice as large as the original edition, and we really think, contains everything that an incipient scholar could desire; so that any person bound for India in whatever capacity, would find this book an agreeable Vade Mecum. The Vocabulary and · Dia, logues are most important additions to the work, and the admirably executed facsimiles of oriental writing will be found useful in practice.”—Indian News, June 12, 1858.

" Mr. Small possesses an intimate and practical knowledge of Hindustani, as of several other Oriental languages. He has been in the habit of preaching to the natives of India in Hindustani, and'one of his auditors, most qualified to judge, has testified to the correctness of his style. This fact alone would be sufficient proof of his competence to edit a grammar of the Urdu tongue, and he has certainly done so much for the one before us that it is rather a new book than a new edition. One desideratum supplied by him is to be found, we think, in no other Hindustani or

Hindi grammar-we mean specimens of the Kaithi or running Hindi character, which is very exten. sively used in the Bengal Presidency.

“ We feel bound to acknowledge the utility of Mr. Small's labours, and can conscientiously recommend bis book."- The Homeward Mail, 16th June, 1858.

“ All the oñcers who were well acquainted with the Hindoostanee being selected for staff appointments, only those were left in most regiments who knowing but little of the language, had but little intercourse with their men, and therefore they learnt nothing of all this (mutinous spirit) except in one or two corps where some chance linguist remained, and those corps have generally not mutinied, as their officers learnt their complaints, and explained the matter to them.”

Letter from Jhehim, May 30, 1857. 3177 FORBES, Dictionary Hindustani and English and English and Hindustani, last edition, impl. 8vo. (pub. at £2. 12s 6d) cloth, 368

1857 3178 Ghulam MOHAMMED's Colloquial Dialogues in Hindustani, with a short Grammar and Vocabulary, 12mo. cloth, 2s 6d

1859 3179 GILCHRIST's Dictionary, English-Hindoostanee, 2 vols. 4to. 36s Calcutta, 1786-90

Gilchrist's English-Hindoostane Dictionary is very popular in India, because it gives the Hin. doostanee Words in a readily acquired system of pronunciation. To Sbakespeare's and Forbes' Hindustani-English Dictionary, Gilchrist forms a necessary adjunct, as both are very meagre in their English Alphabet. 3180 GILCHRIST (J. B.) the Hindee-Roman orthoepigraphical ultimatum ; or a view

of oriental and occidental visible sounds, on principles for acquiring the pro

nunciation of many Oriental languages, 8vo. facsimiles, hf. calf, 2s 6d 1820 3181 GLADWIN's Dictionary, PERSIAN, HINDUSTANEE, and English, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. wormed, calf, 12s

Calcutta, 1809 3182 KHIRAD-AFROZ: the Illuminator of the Understanding ; the Hindustani

Text, with notes by Eastwick, 4to. (pub. at £1. 11s 6d) cloth, 158 Hertford, 1857 3183 Koran, in Urdu, by Hashiye Nasara Musannif Ke, Roman characters, 8vo. bds. 168

Ilahabad, 1844 3184 LUTAIFI Hindee, or Hindoostanee Jest Book, Hindustani in Arabic and Roman

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1840 3185 Sadi's Baghi Oordoo, or Goolistan, in Hindoostanee by Meer Sher Ulee Ufsos, edited by Gilchrist, 8vo. calf, 58 6d

Calcutta, 1802 3186 SHAKESPEAR'S, Hindustani-English and English-Hindustani DICTIONARY,

Fourth ed. greatly enlarged, stout 4to. 2414 pp. (pub. at £5. 58) new, £3. 3s 1840 3187

Hindūstāni and English Dictionary, second and enlarged edition, 4to. (pub. at £5. 15s 6d) hf. bound russia, 32s

1820 3188

Grammar of the Hindustani language, second edition, 4to. 10 facsimiles, hf. russia, 3s 6d

1818 3189 Hindustani Grammar, sixth edition, royal 8vo. new, 14s

1858 3190

Muntakhabat-i-Hindi, or Selections in Hindustani, with translations and vocabularies, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. (pub. at 368) hf. bd. 12s

1824-25 3191 the same, new edition, 2 vols. 4to. 21s

1846-44 3192 Tassy (Garcin de) Manuel du cours d'Hindoustani, avec Vocabulaire, 2 vols. 8vo.

Vol. II, contains Hindustani exercises, on 80 pages, cloth, 3s Paris, 1836 3193 Tota KUHANEE, translated into Hindoostanee by Sueyud Huedur Bukhshi Hueduree, edited by Gilchrist, sm. folio, bds. 3s 6d

Bombay, 1831 3194 the same, 4to. bds. 4s 6d

Calcutta, 1839 3195 TOTA-KAHANI, or Tales of a Parrot in Hindustani, by Saiyid Hurdur Bukhsh,

new edition, with the vowel points, and a Vocabulary, by Forbes, royal 8vo. cloth, 78 hd

1852 3196 YATES, Dictionary, Hindustani and English, 8vo. VI. and 590 pages, cloth, 218

Calcutta, 1847 Malabar-see Tamul. 3197 Maratha. BERQUIN's Children's Friend, in Maratha, lithographed, Vol. 1. square 12mo. hf. calf, 58

1828 3198 CAREY's Mahratta-English Dictionary, 8vo. IV. and 652 pp. wanting title and wormed, hf. calf, 6s

(Serampore, 1810) 3199 Esop's Fables, in Marathee, lithographed, square 8vo. numerous quaint cuts, hf. bd. 10s

Bombay, 1841 3200 KENNEDY'S (Lieut.-Col. Vans) Dictionary, Maratha-English and EnglishMaratha, 2 parts in 1, sm. folio, bd. 16s

Bombay, 1824

3201 KENNEDY'S (Lieut.-Col. Vans) Dictionary, the same, folio, hf. calf uncut, 258

1824 3202 the same, folio, hf. russia, 258

1824 3203 MARATHI-ENGLISH VOCABULARY, compiled from Kennedy's and Molesworth's

Dictionaries, with a preface containing rules as to the variations of the Marathi Orthography, and instructions as to the formation of derivative words, 8vo. cloth, 58

Bombay, 1851 This work, though small, is requisite for the acquirement of the Marathi tongue, in consequence of the deficiencies of Molesworth and Kennedy, which are here supplied. 3204 MOLESWORTH'S Dictionary, Marathee and English, compiled for the Govern

ment of Bombay, by Capt. James T. Molesworth, assisted by Lieutenants Thomas and George Candy, 4to. hf. bd. £2. 58

Bombay, 1831 3205

Marathee-English and English-Marathee Dictionary, 2 vols. 4to. complete, hf. bd. £4. 108

Bombay, 1831-47 3206 STEVENSON's English Grammar, explained in Maratha, sm. folio, lithographed, calf, 3s 6d

Bombay, 1833 3207 Principles of Murathee Grammar, 4to. 188

Calcutta, 1833 3208

Murathee Grammar, with lithographed specimens of native correspondence, 8vo. 18s

Bombay, 1843 3209 Punjabee. CAREY's Grammar of the Punjabee language, 8vo.bds.58 Seramp.1812 3210 Singhalese. CALLAWAY's Cingalese English and English-Cingalese Dictionary,

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Colombo, 1821-30 3215

the same, Vol. II. only, Singhalese-English, 8vo. cloth, 20s ib. 1830 3216 LAMBRICK's Singhalese Grammar, 8vo. 12s

Ceylon, 1834 3217 SIDATH SANGARAWA, a Grammar of the Singhalese language, translated into Eng.

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1825 3220 Tamul. ANDERSON (R.), Rudiments of Tamul Grammar: combining with the

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Tamul and English, 1822–2 vols. in 1, 4to. hf. russia, 368 London, 1821-22 3221 BABINGTON'S Adventures of the Gooroo Paramartan, a Tale, Tamul and English, with analysis and vocabulary, 4to. 15$

1822 3222 Blin, Dictionnaire Français-Tamul et Tamul-français, obl. 8vo, sd. 10s Par. 1831 223 BUNYAN's Pilgrim's Progress, in Tamul and English, 4to. calf, 9s Madras, 1826 3224 DICTIONARY, English and Tamul, A-G. and I-Q. 4to. no title, 5s 3225 DUREISANI-TAMIL-PUTTAGAM : The Lady's Tamil book, containing part of the

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1859 3226 FABRICIUS and BREITHAUPT, Malabar-English and English - Malabar Dictionary,

revised and corrected by Poezold, Simpson, and others, 2 vols. small 4to. bd. not uniform, 188

Vepery, 1786-1809 3227 Grammar explained in Tamul, sm. 4to. 220 pp. bound in red clotħ, 28 6d 3228 KINDERSLEY's Specimens of Hindoo Literature: Translations from Tamoul and Hindoo, with introduction, 8vo. 5 plates, hf. calf, 58

1794 3229 KNIGHT and SPAULDING, English and Tamul Dictionary, revised by the Rev. S. Hutchings, 8vo. xxii. and 831 pp. calf, 18s

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1839 3231 ROTTLER'S Dictionary of the Tamil and English Languages; revised by W.

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Madras, 1839 3233 ZIEGENBALG, Grammatica Damulica, 4to. hds. 3s 6d

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