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D'Ohsson, l'Empire Ottoman-see post under “Turkey": 2495 Dorow, Morgenlaendische Alterthümer, Heft 1, 2, containing : Die Assyrische
Keilschrift aus Nineveh erläutert. Die Indische Mythologie erläutert, 4to. facsimiles and plates, sd. 3s 6d
Wiesbaden, 1820-21 2496 DYNASTY of the Kajars, translated by Sir H. J. BRYDGES from the MS. pre
sented to him by Faty Aly Shah, with an account of the previous history of Persia, 8vo. maps and plates, (pub. at 24s) cloth, 78
1833 2497 EBN HAUKAL, Oriental Geography of an Arabian Traveller of the tenth century, translated by Sir W. Ouseley, 4to. map, bds. 78 6d
1800 2498 ELMACINI Historia Saracenica a Muhammede ad Atabacaeum, Latine ed. Erpenius
-Ximenez, Archiepiscopi Toletani, Historia Arabum, Latine-in 1 vol. sm. 4to: vellum, 2s 6d
Lugd. Bat. 1625 2499 FALLMERAYER, Geschichte des Kaiserthums von Trapezunt, 4to. hf. calf, 108
München, 1827 2500 FORBES’ (Jas.) ORIENTAL MEMOIRS ; a Narrative of Seventeen Years' Resi
dence in India, including Observations on parts of Africa and South America, and Journals of Four Indian Voyages, 4 vols. 4to. with all the plates, a very beautiful copy in grained calf, gilt edges, £7. 108
1813 Priced, 1831, H. Bohn, calf, £10. 108; 1834, Arch, £12. 128 ; 1837, Arch, £10. 108 ; 1843, J. Bohn, russia, £12. 128 ; Rodwell, morocco, £12. 128
" This is the original and only complete edition. It was printed at the expense of the author ; the composition was the labour and amusement of many years. It abounds with striking pictures of the manners, customs, and the habits of the people of India. In the Quarterly Review, Vol. XII. is an elaborate account of the work, which occupies forty-seven pages. The Reviewer observes, “A
At the death of Mr. Forbes some reserved copies were deposited in a warehouse aud forgotten, or not a single copy would have remained unsold. It had long been considered scarce, and in consequence his daughter, the late Countess de Montalembert, was induced to republish the work in an abridged form, with a portion of the plates, which edition, from the impossibility of securing the present, obtained a rapid sale, and is now out of print."
“The drawings and collections of Mr. Forbes seem almost to exceed the powers of human industry and perseverance, and this literary monument to his name may fairly be considered the essence of his EXTRAORDINARY RESEARCHES. The whole work is very entertaining as well as instructive."-Literary Gazette.
“Of all the books which have been published on India, this perhaps is the most sterlingly valuable." —Atlas.
“ It is to be regretted that this very splendid and expensive work was not published in a cheaper form, as it abounds in most striking pictures of the manners, customs, &c. of India.”-Stevenson. 2501 HABESCI (Elias) Objects interesting to the English Nation, 2 vols. small 8vo. half bound, 6s
Calcutta, 1793 This work treats upon the political and natural condition of the Chinese Empire, the adjacent islands, Cochin China, Pegu, and the East in general, and it submits to the Colonial Government reflections and propositions for the alteration of British policy with regard to those states. 2502 HAMAKER, Catalogus Codicum MSS. Orientalium Bibl. Acad. Lugd. Batavae, 4to. bds. 28
Lugd. Bat. 1820 2503 the same, 4to. hf. calf neat, 3s 6d
1820 2504 HAMMER-PURGSTALL, Geschichte der Ilchane, das ist der Mongolen in Persien, 2 vols. in 3, large 8vo. uncut, 78 6d
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1842-43 2506 HANDJERI (A.) Dictionnaire français-ARABE-PERSAN ET TURC, 3 vols. 4to. (pub. at about £7.78) sewed, £2. 12s 6d
Moscou, 1840-41 One Alphabet, beginning with French ; a valuable companion to the Dictionaries of Johnson for Persian, Golius or Freytag for Arabic, and Meninski for Turkish. 2507 HEDAYA (The) or Guide ; a Commentary on the Mussulman Laws; translated
by order of the Governor-General and Council of Bengal, by Charles Hamilton, 4 vols. 4to. fine copy, calf gilt, scarce, £4. 45
Lond. 1791 Priced, 1803, Lackington, £8. 88 ; 1838, Dondé. Dupré, 350 fr. ; 1843, J. Bohn, £12.; 1847, Allen, £8. 88. “Cet important ouvrage est devenu extrêmement rare ; c'est ainsi qu'il est noté dans le catalogue de Lackington pour 1803, no. 1284. Ce libraire renommé pour le bas prix de ses livres le porte à 8 liv. st. 8 sh."-Langlès. The Hedáya is an extract from a number of the most approved works of the early writers on Muhammedan jurisprudence. The author was Shaikh Burhan Addeen Aly. He died, A.D. 1194.
2508 HYDE (T.) Historia RELIGIONIS VETERUM PERSABUM, eorumque Magorum ;
Zoroastris Vita, ejusque et aliorum Vaticinia de Messiah ; Primitivæ Opiniones de Deo; Originale Orientis Sibyllæ Mysterium; Zoroastris liber Sad-der, Latine; cum appendice, etc. 4to. best edition, plates, 32s
Oxon. 1760 Hibbert's copy fetched £3. 38 ; Stanley's £4. 108.“ The most learned work upon the religion of the ancient Persians which has appeared.”—Butler. “A work of profound and various erudition, abounding with many new lights on the most curious and interesting subjects, filled with authentic testimonies which none but himself could bring to public view, and with many ingenious conjectures concerning the Theology, History, and Learning of the Eastern . Nations. This work has now become exceedingly scarce.” -Chalmers. " Full of learned researches." - Heeren. 2509 INDO-CHINESE Gleaner (the), containing miscellaneous communications on
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Malacca, 1818-34 2510 JAUNA, Histoire générale des Royaumes de Chypre, de Jérusalem, d'Arménie, et d'Egypte, 2 stout vols. 4to. LARGE THICK PAPEB, plates and maps, old calf gilt,
Leyde, 1747 2511 JEAN VI. dit Jean Catholicos, Histoire d'Arménie, traduite par J. SAINT MARTIN, 8vo. sd. 38 6d
Paris, 1841 2512 JONES' (Sir W.) Works, with Life, by Lord Teignmouth, 13 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, £3. 38
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Priced, 1829, by Allen, hf. bd. £9.; the 6 vols. 4to. edition, £10. 108 ; by H. Bobn, 13 vols. bds. £4. 108 ; -1834, Arch, £5. 58 ; 1839, Madden, calf gilt, £6. 68; Dawson Turner's copy, ed. 6 vols. 4to. Large Paper, fetched in 1853, £3. 78.
“ There are few authors to whom Oriental literature is under more deep obligations than to Sir Will. Jones ; few who, like bim, have not merely pointed out original and important sources of knowledge, but contributed in no inconsiderable degree to render them accessible. He was equally remarkable for his ardour and industry in philological pursuits from a very early period of his life, until its premature and lamented close."—Welsford, Origin of the English Language.
“ His writings everywhere breathe pure taste in morals as well as in literature ; and it may be said with trutb, that not a single sentiment has escaped him which does not indicate the real elegance and dignity which pervaded the most secret recesses of his mind. No author is better calculated to inspire those generous sentiments of liberty, without which the most just principles are useless and lifeless."-Sir James Mackintosh. 2513 JOURNAL ASIATIQUE, ou recueil de Memoires relatifs à l'Histoire, à la.
Philosophie, aux Sciences, à la Litterature et aux Langues des Peuples Orientaux, par Chezy, Klaproth, Abel-Remusat, St. Martin, Silvestre de Sacy, etc. FIRST SERIES, Vols. I.—XI. and Index, complete, 1822-1827 ; SECOND SERIES, Vols. I.—XVÍ. complete, 1828-1836; THIRD SERIES, Vols. I.–VIII. and Nos. 73, 74, 1836-1842; FOURTH SERIES, Nos. 1-20, 30-60, 83-86, 1846-1851-together the four Series as described, 35 vols. 8vo. hf. bound calf, the remainder in numbers, Professor Quatremere's copy, £16.
Paris, 1822-1851 2514 JOURNAL ASIATIQUE, the FIRST SERIES, complete, 11 vols. 8vo. half calf, 368
Paris, 1822-27 Comprises contributions from Chezy, Klaproth, Abel-Remusat, Saint-Martin, Silvestre de Sacy, etc. 2515 JOURNAL of the INDIAN ARCHIPELAGO and Eastern Asia, Vols. I. II. III. Nos.
3, 4, IV. and V. 8vo, containing important matter on the Races and Languages
of Eastern Asia, with Geographical and Ethnological plates, £4. Sing. 1847-51 2516 KÆMPFERI (E.) Amænitates Exoticae Relationes et Descriptiones Rerum Per
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I. Relationes de Aulae Persicae statu hodierno; II. De rebus variis (Japonicis); JII. Observ. phys. med. curiosae; IV. De Palma Dactylifera Persica ; V. Plantae Japonicae (cum characteribus sivicis). Priced, 1836, Jas. Bohn, £1. 88; sold in Willett's sale for £2. 68.
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Viennæ, 17so Priced, 1834, Straker, £11. 118, and £14. 148 ; 1835, Dondé-Dupré, 450 fr.; 1841, Allen, £8. 88; 1854, Maisonneuve, 375 fr. Large Paper, Lee's copy in russia, costing him £18. 188, I sold, 1856, for £8. 88 ; priced, 1835, D. Dupré, 550 fr.; 1844, Barrois, 340 fr. 2539
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1687 This volume completes both editions, that of 1680 and 1780. “ The labours of Meninski immortalized and ruined him, his Dictionary of the Asiatic Lan. guages is, perhaps, the most laborious compilation that was ever undertaken by any single man.
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An important Repertory of Eastern Literature, consisting of curious fragments in the Persian, Arabic, and Turkish Languages ; Dissertations on their various Dialects; Translations and Essays in German, French, Latin and English, by Von Hammer, De Sacy, Rosenmuller, Eichhorn, Rasmussen, J. C. Rich, etc. These valuable volumes are a real mine of Oriental Learning, from which the scholar will derive most valuable information ; they are indispensable to every Public Library. 2542 MISHCAT-UL-MASABIH; or a Collection of the most authentic Traditions of
the Actions and Sayings of Mohammed; exhibiting the Origin of the Manners and Customs ; the Civil, Religious, and Military Policy of the Muslemàns ; translated from the Arabic, by Capt. MATTHEWS, 2 vols. impl. 4to. eastern binding, £2. 168
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Traj. 1708 Contains dissertations on the Paradise, the Red Sea, the Gods Cabiri, the Zend, the Talinud, Mohammed, Polynesian Languages, and a Dissertat. of 108 pp. on the Languages of AMERICA. 2559 SACY (Silv. de) Mémoires sur diverses Antiquités de la PERSE, et sur les Mé.
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Calcutta, 1854 2562 STEWART'S (Chas.) Descriptive Catalogue of the Oriental Library of TIPPOO
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Priced by Dondré-Dupré, 130 francs ; by Allen, 1829, £4. 48; in 1840, £3. 38. This valu. able Catalogue is a complete History of the Arabic and Persian Literature. Copies have never before been offered at such a low price.
• The pleasure we have experienced in perusing these sheets, has been considerably heightened by our confidence in the accuracy of the contents (Major Stewart giving notes and references from the most authentic materials) and from the modest, unassuming manner in which the whole is writ