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Translated from Sanskrit into English by Dr. H. Kern.—IV. The Fongol Festival in Southern India. By Charles E. Gover.—V. The Poetry of Mohamed Rabadan, of Arragon. By the Right Hon. Lord Stanley of Alderley.— VI. Essay on the Creed and Customs of the Jangams. By Charles P. Brown.—VII. On Malabar, Coromandel, Quilon, etc. By C. P. Brown.—VIII. On the Treatment of the Nexus in the Neo-Aryan Languages of India. By John Beames, B.C.S.— 1X. Some Remarks on the Great Tope at Sanchi. By the Rev. S. Beal.—X. Ancient Inscriptions from Mathura. Translated by Professor J. Dowson.—Note to the Mathura Inscriptions. By Major-General A. Cunningham.—XI. Specimen of a Translation of the Adi Granth. By Dr. Emest Trumpp.—XII. Notes on Dhammapada, with Special Reference to the Question of Nirvana. By R. C. Childers, late of the Ceylon Civil Service.—XIII. The Brhat-Sanhita; or, Complete System of Natural Astrology of Varaha-mihira. Translated from Sanskrit into English by Dr. H. Kern.—XIV. On the Origin of the Buddhist Arthakathas. By the Mudliar L.Comrilla Vijasinha, Government Interpreter to the Ratmipura CtvUrt, Ceylon. 'With an Introduction by R. C. Childers, late of the Ceylon Civil Service.—XV. The Poetry of Mohamed Rabadan, of Arragon. By the Right Hon. Lord Stanley of Alderley. —XVI. Provcrbia Communia Syriaca. By Captain R. F. Burton. XVII. Notes on an Ancient Indian Vase, with an Account of the Engraving thereupon. By Charles Home, M.R.A.S., late of the Bengal Civil Service.—XV11I. The Bhar Tribe. By the Rev. M. A. Sherring, LL.D., Benares. Communicated by C. Home, M.R.A.S., late B.C^S.—XIX. Of Jihad in Mohammedan Law, and its application to British India. By N. B. E. Baillie.—XX. Comments on Recent Pehlvi Decipherments. With an Incidental Sketch of the Derivation of Aryan Alphabets. And Contributions to the Early History and Geography of Tabaristan. Illustrated by Coins. By E. Thomas, F.R.8.

Asiatic Society.—Transactions Of The Royal Asiatic Society Of

Great Britain And Ireland. Complete in 3 vols. 4to., 80 Plates of Facsimiles, etc., cloth. London, 1827 to 1835. Published at £9 5s.; reduced to £3 3s. The above contains contributions by Professor Wilson, G. C. Haughton, Davis, Morrison, Colebrooke, Humboldt, Dorn, Grotcfend, and other eminent Oriental scholars.

Atharva Veda Praticakhya.—See under Whitney.

Auctores Sanscriti. Edited for the Sanskrit Text Society, under the supervision of Theodor Goldstucker. Vol. I., containing the JaiminiyaNyaya-Mala-Vistara. Parts I. to V., pp. 1 to 400, large 4to. sewed. 10*. each part.

Axon.—The Literature Of The Lancashire Dialect. A Bibliographical Essav. By William E. A. Axon, F.R.S.L. Fcap. 8vo. sewed. 1870. Is.

Bachmaier.—Pasigraphical Dictionary And Grammar. By Anton

Bachmaier, President of the Central Pasigraphical Society at Munich. 18mo. cloth, pp. viii.; 26; 160. 1870. 3.?. 6rf.

Bachmaier.—Pasigraphisohes Worterbuch Ztjm Gf.brauche Fur Die

Deutsche Spiiachk. Verfasst von Anton Bachmaier, Vorsitzendem des Central-Vereins fiir Pasigraphie in Munchen. 18mo. cloth, pp. viii. ; 32; 128; 120. 1870. 2s. 6d.

Bachmaier.— Dictionnaire Pasigraphique, Precede De La Grammaire.

Redige" par Antoine Bachmaier, President de la Socie'te' Centrale de Pasigraphie it Munich. 18mo. cloth, pp. vi. 26; 168; 150. 1870. 2s. 6d.

Bdlavataro (A Translation of the). A Native Grammar of the Pali

Language. See under Lee.

Ballad Society's Publications. — Subscriptions—Small paper, one guinea, and large paper, three guineas, per annum.

1868. 1. Ballads And Poems From Manuscripts. Vol. I. Part I. On trie Condition of England in the Reigns of Henry VIII. and Edward VI. (including the state of the Clergy, Monks, and Friars), contains (besides a long Introduction) the following poems, etc.: Now a Dayes, ab. 1 520 A.d.; Vox Populi Vox Dei, A.d. 1547-8; The Ruyn' of a Ream'; The Image of Ypocresye, A.o. 1533; Against the Blaspheming English Lutherans and the Poisonous Dragon Luther; The Spoiling of the Abbeys; The Overthrowe of the Abbeys, a Tale of Robin Hoode; De Monasteriis Dirutis. Edited by.F. J. FuiiXiVALL, M.A. 8vo.

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2. Ballads From Manuscripts. Vol. II. Part I. The Poore Mans
Pittance. By Richard Williams. Contayninge three severall subjects:—
(1.) The firste, the fall and complaynte of Anthonie Habington, whoe, with
others, weare executed for highe treason in the feildes nere lyncolns Inne,
in the yeare of o«r lorde—1586. (2.) The seconde contaynes the life and
Deathe of Roberte, lorde Deverox, Karle of Essex: whoe was beheaded in
the towre of london on ash-wensdaye mornynge, Anno—1601. (3.) The
laste, Intituled "acclamatio patrie," contayninge the horrib[l]e treason that
weare pretended agaynste yo«r MatVstie, to be donneonthe parliament howse
The seconde [third] yeare of your i/l&iestis llaygne [1605]. Edited by F. J.
Furnivall, M.A. 8vo. (The Introductions, by Professor W. R. MorJUl,
31.A., of Oriel Coll., Oxford, and the Index, will be issued shortly.)


3. The Roxburghe Ballads. Part I. With short Notes by
W. Chappell, Esq., F.S.A., author of "Popular Music of the Olden
Time." etc.. etc., and with copies of the Original Woodcuts, drawn by Mr.
Rudolph Blind and Mr. W. H. Hooper, and engraved by Mr. J. H.
Rimbault and Mr. Hooper. 8vo.


4. The Roxburghe Ballads. Vol.1. Part II. With short Notes by
W. Chappell, Esq., F.S.A., and with copies of the Original Woodcuts.
drawn by Mr. Rudolph Bl1nd and Mr. W. H. Hooper, and engraved by
Mr. J. H. Rimbault and Mr. Hooper. 8vo.


5. The Roxburghe Ballads. Vol. I. Part III. With an Intro-
duction and short Notes by W. Chappell, Esq., F.S.A., Author of "Popular
Musie of the Olden Times," etc., etc., and with Copies of the Original
Woodcuts drawn by Mr. Rudolph Blind and Mr. W. H. Hooper, and
engraved by Mr. J. H. Rimbault and Mr. Hooper. 8vo.

6. Captain Cox, His Ballads And Books; or, Robert Laneham's
Letter: Whearin part of the entertainment untoo the Queenz Majesty at
Killingworth Castl, in Warwik Sheer in this Soomerz Progress, J575, is
signified; from a freend Officer attendant in the Court, unto hiz freend, a
Citizen and Merchant of London. Re-edited, with accounts of all Captain:
Cox's accessible Books, and a comparison of them with those in the

COMPLAynT OF SCOTLAnD, 1518-9 A.D. By F. J. FuRnIVALL, M.A. 8VO.


7. Ballads From Manuscripts. Vol. I. Part II. Is in the Press,
and will contain Ballads on Wolsey, Anne Boleyn, Somerset, Lady Jane Gray,
etc., with an Index and Glossary, by J. H. Backhouse, Esq., and a Preface to
the whole Volume. Edited by F. J. Furnivall, M.A. [In the Press.

Ballantyne.—Elements Of Hindi And Braj Bhaka Grammar. By the
late James R. Ballantyne, LL.D. Second edition, revised and corrected
Crown 8vo., pp. 41, cloth. 6s.

Ballantyne.—First Lessons In Sanskrit Grammar; together with an

Introduction to the Hitopadesa. Second edition. By James R. Ballantyne.
LL.D., Librarian of the India Office. 8vo. pp. viii. and 110, cloth. 1869. 5s.

Bartlett.—Dictionary Of Americanisms: a Glossary of Words and
Phrases colloquially used in the United States. By John R. Bartlett. Second
Edition, considerably enlarged and improved. 1 vol. 8vo., pp. nxii. and 524,
cloth. 16«.

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Beal.—Travels Of Fah Hian And Sung-yun, Buddhist Pilgrims from China to India (400 A.d. and 518 A.d.) Translated from the Chinese, by S. Beal (B.A. Trinity College, Cambridge), a Chaplain in Her Majesty's Fleet, a Member of the Royal Asiatic Society, and Author of a Translation of the Pratimdksha and the Amithaba Sutra from the Chinese. Crown 8vo. pp. lxxiii. and 210, cloth, ornamental, with a coloured map. 10s. (id.

Beal.—A Catena Of Buddhist Scriptures From The Chinese. By S.

Beal, B.A..Trinity College, Cambridge; a Chaplain in Her Majesty's Fleet,

etc. 8vo. cloth, pp. xiv. and 436. 1871. 15s. Beames.—Outlines Of Indian Philology. With a Map, showing the

Distribution of the Indian Languages. By John Beames. Second enlarged and

revised edition. Crown 8vo. cloth, pp. viii. and 96. 5s.

Beames.—Notes On The Bhojpuri Dialect Of HiNDf, spoken in

Western Behar. By John Beames, Esq., B.C.S., Magistrate of Chumparun. 8vo. pp. 26, sewed. 1868. Is. (id.

Beames.—A Comparative Grammar Of The Modern Aryan Languages

Of India (to wit), Hindi, Panjabi, Sindhi, Gujarati. Marathi, Uriya, and Bengali. By John Beames, Bengal C.S., M.R.A.S., &c. In Two Vols.

[ Vol. I. nearly ready.

Bell.—English Visible Speech For The Million, for communicating

the Exact Pronunciation of the Language to Native or Foreign Learners, and for Teaching Children and illiterate Adults to Read in few Days. By Alexander Melville Bell, F.E.I.S., F.It.S.S.A., Lecturer on Elocution in University College, London. 4to. sewed, pp. 16. Is. Bell.—Visible Speech; the Science of Universal Alphabetics, or SelfInterpreting Physiological Letters, for the Writing of all Languages in one Alphabet. Illustrated by Tables, Diagrams, and Examples. By Alexander Melville Bell, F.E.I.S., F.R.S.A., Professor of Vocal Physiology, etc. 4to., pp. 156, cloth. 15s.

Bellairs.—A Grammar Of The Marathi Language. By H. S. K.

Bellairs, M.A., and Laxman Y. Ashkedkar, B.A. 12mo. cloth, pp. 90. 5s.

Bellew.—A Dictionary Of The Pukkhto, Or Pukshto Language, on a New and Improved System. With a reversed Part, or English and Pukkhto, By H. W. Bellew, Assistant Surgeon, Bengal Army. Super Royal 8vo. pp. xtt. and 356, cloth. 42s.

Bellew.—A Grammar Of The Pukkhto Or Pukshto Language, on a

New and Improved System. Combining Brevity with Utility, and Illustrated by
Exercises and Dialogues. By H. W. Bellew, Assistant Surgeon, Bengal Army.
Super-royal 8vo.,pp. xii. and 156. cloth. 21s.

Bellows.—English Outline Vocabulary, for the use of Students of the
Chinese, Japanese, and other Languages. Arranged by John Bellows. With
Notes on the writing of Chinese with Roman Letters. By Professor Summers
King's College, London. Crown 8vo., pp. 6 and 368, cloth. 6s.

Bellows.—Outline Dictionary, For The Use Of Missionaries, Explorers,

and Students of Language. By Max Muller, M.A.,Taylorian Professor in the University of Oxford. With an Introduction on the proper use of the ordinary English Alphabet in transcribing Foreign Languages. The Vocabulary compiled by John Bellows. Crown 8vo. Limp morocco, pp. xxxi. and 368. 7s. 6rf

Benfey.—A Grammar Of The Language Of The Vedas. By Dr

Theodor Benfev. In 1 vol. 8vo., of about 650 pages. [Inpreparation.

Benfey.—A Practical Grammar Of The Sanskrit Language, for the

us) of Early Students. By Theodor Benfey, Professor of Sanskrit in the University of Gottingen. Second, revised and enlarged, edition. Royal 8vo. pp. viii. and 296, cloth. 10s. 6rf.

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Beurmann.—"vocabulary Of The Tigre Language. Written down by

Moritz Von Bedrmann. Published with a Grammatical Sketch. By Dr. A.
Merx, of the University of Jena. pp. viii. and 78, cloth. 3s. 6rf,

Bhagavat-Geeta.—See under "wilkins.

Bholanauth Chunder.—The Travels Of A Hindoo To Various Parts Of Bengal and Upper India. By Bholanauth Chunder, Member of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. With an Introduction by J. Talboys Wheeler, Esq., Author of "The History of India." Dedicated, by permission, to His Excellency Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence, 6.C.B., G.C.S.I., Viceroy and Governor-General of India, tc. In 2 volumes, crown 8vo., cloth, pp. xxv. and 440, viii. and 410. 21*.

Bibliotheca Hispano-Americana. A Catalogue of Spanish Books

printed in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, The Antilles, Venezuela, Columbia,
Ecuador, Peru, Chili, Uraguay, and the Argentine Republic; and of Portuguese
Books printed in Brazil. Followed by a Collection of Works On The
Aboriginal Languages Of Amkuica. On sale at the affixed prices, by
Triibner & Co , 8 and 60, Paternoster Kow. Fcap. 8vo. pp. 184, sewed. 1870.
I*. Grf.

Bigandet.—The Lite Or Legend Of Gaudama, the Buddha of the

Burmese, with Annotations. The ways to Neibban, and Notice on the
Phongyies, or Burmese Monks. By the Right Reverend P. Bigandet, Bishop of
Ramatha, Vicar Apostolic of Ava and Pegu. 8vo. sewed, pp. xi., 538, and v. 18s.

Bleek.—A Comparative Grammar Of South African Languages. By
W. H. I. Bleek, Ph.D. Volume I. I. Phonology. 1L The Concord.
Section 1. The Noun. 8vo. pp. xxxvi. and 322, cloth. 16s.

Bleek.—Reynard In South Africa; or, Hottentot Fables. Trans-
lated from the Original Manuscript in Sir George Grey's Library. . By Dr.
W. H. I. Bleek, Librarian to the Grey Library, Cape Town, Cape of Good
Hope. In one volume, small 8vo., pp. xxxi. and 94, cloth. 3s. Gct.

Bombay Sanskrit Series. Edited under the superintendence of G.

Buhler, Ph. D., Professor of Oriental Languages, Elphinstone College, and
F. Kieluorn, Ph. D'., Superintendent of Sanskrit Studies, Deccan College.

Already published.

1. Panchatantra Iv. And v. Edited, with Notes, by G. Buhler,

Ph. D. Pp. 84, 16. 4«. tid.

2. NlGOjfBHATiA's Paribhashendusekhara. Edited and explained

by F. Kielhorn, Ph. D. Part I., the Sanskrit Text and various readings.
pp. 116. 8s. (,<l.

3. Panchatantra Ii. And Hi. Edited, with Notes, by G. Buhler, Ph. D.

Pp. 86, 14, 2. 6s. 6d.

4. Panchatantra I. Edited, with Notes, by F. Kielhorn, Ph.D.

Pp. 114, 53. 6s. Gd.

5. Kalidasa's Raghuvamsa. "With the Commentary of Mallinatha.

Edited, with Notes, by Shankar P. Pandit, M.A. Part I. Cantos I.-VI. 9s.

6. Kalidasa's Malavikagninsitra. Edited, with Notes, by Shankar

P. Pandit, M.A. 8s.

7. Nagojibhatta's Paribhashendusexhaha Edited and explained

by F. Kielhorn, Ph.D. Part II. Translation and Notes (Paribhashas, i.-xxxvii.) pp. 184. 8s.

B ottrell.—Traditions And Hearthside Stories Of "west Cornwall.

By William Bottrell (an old Celt). Demy 12mo. pp. vi. 292, cloth. 1870. 6s.

Boyce.—A Grammar Of The Kaffir Language.— By William B.

Botes, Wesleyan Missionary. Third Edition, augmented and improved, with Exercises, by William J. Davis, Weslevan Missionary. I'-'rao. pp. xii. and 164, cloth. 8s.

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Bowditch.—Suffolk Surnames. By N. I. Bowditch. Third Edition,

8vo. pp. xxvi. and 758, cloth. 7s. 6d.

Bretschneider. — Ok The Knowledge Possessed By The Ancient

Chinese Of The Arabs And Arabian Colonies, and other Western Countries mentioned in Chinese Books. By E. Bretschneider, M.D., Physician of the Russian Legation at Peking. 8vo. pp. 28, sewed. 1871. Is.

Brhat-Sanhita (The).—See under Kern.

Brice.—A Romanized Hindustani And English Dictionary. Designed for the use of Schools and for Vernacular Students of the Language. Compiled by Nathaniel Brice. New Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Post 8vo. cloth, pp. vi. and 357. 8s.

Brockie.—Indian Philosophy. Introductory Paper. By William Bhockie, Author of " A Day in the Land of Scott," etc., etc. 8vo. pp. 26, sewed. 1872. dd.

Brown.—The Dekvishes; or, Oeiental Spiritualism. By John P.

Bhown, Secretary and Dragoman of the Legation of the United States of America at Constantinople. With twenty-four Illustrations. 8vo. cloth, pp. viii. and 415. 14s.

Brown.— Carnatic Chronology. The Hindu and Mahomedan Methods of Reckoning Time explained : with Essays on the Systems ; Symbols used for Numerals, a new Titular Method of Memory, Historical Records, and other subjects. By Charles Philip Brown, Member of the Royal Asiatic Society; late of the Madras Civil Service; Telugu Translator to Government; Senior Member of the College Board, etc.; Author of the Telugu Dictionaries and Grammar, etc. 4to. sewed, pp. xii. and 90. 10s. tid.

Brown.—Sanskrit Prosody And Numerical Symbols Explained. By Charles Philip Brown, Author of the Telugu Dictionary, Grammar, etc., Professor of Telugu in the University of London. Demy 8vo. pp. 64, cloth. 3s. 6d.

Buddhaghosha's Parables: translated from Burmese by Captain H.

T. Rogers, R.E. With an Introduction containing Buddha's Dhammapadam, or, Path of Virtue; translated from Pali by F. Max Muller. 8vo. pp. 378, cloth. 12s. 6d.

Burgess.—Surya-siddhanta (Translation of the): A Text-book of Hindu Astronomy, with Notes and an Appendix. containing additional Notes and Tables, Calculations of Eclipses, a Stellar Map, and Indexes. By Rev. Ebenezer Burgess. formerly Missionary of the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions in India; assisted by the Committee of Publication of the American Oriental Society. 8vo. pp. iv. and 354, boards. 15s.

Burnell.—Catalogue Of A Collection Of Sanskrit Manuscripts. By A. 0. Bornell, M.R.A.S., Madras Civil Service. Part 1. Vedic Manuscripts. Fcap. 8vo. pp. 64, sewed. 1870. 2s.

Byington.—Grammar Of The Choctaw Language. By the Rev.

Cyrus Byington. Edited from the Original MSS. in the Library of the American Philosophical Society, by D. G. Brinton, A.M., M.D., Member of the American Philosophical Society, the Pennsylvania Historical Society, Corresponding Member of the American Ethnological Society, etc. 8vo. sewed, pp. 56. 12s.

Calcutta Review.—The Calcutta Review. Published Quarterly.

Price 8s. 6d.

Callaway.—Izinganekwane, Nensuhansumane, Nezindaba, Zabantu

(Nursery Tales, Traditions, and Histories of the Zulus). In their own words, with a Translation into English, and Notes. By the Rev. Henry Callaway, M.D. Volume I., 8vo. pp. xiv. and 378, cloth. Natal, 1366 and 18)7. 16s.

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