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the Preface to the Facsimile of M.S. Wise (T. A., M.D., Bengal Medical SorNo. 17 in the Library of Her Majesty's vice). COMMENTARY ON THE HINDU Hoine Government for India, which SYSTEM OF MEDICINE. 8vo. pp. XX. and contains a portion of the MANAVA-KAL 432, cloth, 7s.6d, PA-SOTRA, with the Commentary of Young (ROBERT, F.E.S.L.). GUJARATI KUMARILA-SWAMIN. Imperial 8vo. Pp.

EXERCISES ; or a New Mode of Learn268, cloth, 129.

ing to Read, Write or Speak the GujaManava-Kalpa-Sutra; being a rati language, on the Ollendorffian

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A NEW RUSSIAN the MS. No. 17 in the Library of Her Kelsyeff (Basil). Majesty's Home Government for India.

GRAMMAR, based upon the phonetic With a Preface by THEODORE GOLD

laws of the Russian Language. 8vo. STÜCKER. Oblong folio. pp. 268 of letter

(In the Press press, and 121 leaves of facsimiles.

ZEND. Cloth, £4 4s.


THE ZEND LANGUAGE. Rig Veda Sanhita. A Collection

By MARTIN of Ancient Hindu Hymns, constituting

HAUG, Dr. Phil. sro,

Pp. 82,

sowed. !4s. 1861. the Fifth to Eighth Ashtakas, or Books of the Rig Veda, the oldest authority

ESSAYS ON THE SACRED LAN. for tho Religious and Social Institu GUAGES, WRITINGS, AND RELIGION OF tions of the Hindus. Translated from THE PARSEES. By MARTIN HAUG, the original Sanskrit by the late Dr. Phil., Superintendent of Sanskrit HORACE HAYMAN WILSON, M.A., F.R.S., Studies in the Poona College. Svo. etc. Edited by JAMES R. BALLANTYNE, Pp. 278, cloth, 21s. 1962, LL.D., late Principal of the Government Sanskrit College of Benares.

Vols. IV., V., aud VI. 8vo., cloth, Colleccao de Vocabulos

[in the Press. Frases usados na Provincia de S.

Pedro de Rio Grande do Sul no Brazil. Select Specimens of the Thea. tre of the Hindus, translated from

16mo. pp. 32, sewed, 2s. 6d. the Original Sanskrit. By HORACE Evangeliarium, Epistolarium HAYMAN WILSON, M.A., F.R.S. Second

et Lectionarium Aztecum, sive Edition. 2 vols. 8vo., cloth. Pp. Ixx.

Mexicanum, ex Antiquo Codice Mexiand 384, 415. 158.

cano, nuper reperto, depromptum cum

praefatione interpretatione adnotationiCONTEXTS.

bus Glossario edidit BERNARDINUSVol. I. Preface-Trentide on the Dramatic Sys. BLONDELLI. Folio. Pp. 1. and 574.

tem of the Hindus-Dramas translated 1858. (Only 400 copies printed, on
from the Original Sanskrit-The
Mrichchakati, or the Toy Cart-Vik-

stout writing-paper. Bound balf Morama and Urvasi, or the liero and the rocco, gilt top, uncut edges). £6 68. Nymph-Uttara Ramá Cheritra, or The very interesting Codes of which the above

continuntion of the Iristory of Ramá. is a careful reprint, was discovered in Mexico by Vol. II. Drainas translated from the Original Beltrami, in the year 1826. It is composed in the

Sanskrit - Maláti and Madhava, or the purest and most elegant Nahuati, that was ever
Stolen Marriage-Mudra Rakshasa, or

writton, by Bernardino sahagun, a Spanish Franthe Signet of the Minister-Retnávala, ciscan, assisted by two princes of the royal house orthe Necklace-App ndix, containing

of Anahuac, one the son of Montezuma, the other short accounts of different Dramas.

the son of the Prince of Tezcucomand purports to

be a “postilla''(post illa scilicet textus verba) on Wilson, WORKS BY THE LATE HORACE the Gospels and Epistles. Sahagun arrived at H. WILSON, M.A., F.R.S., Member of the

Mexico in the year 1529, and lived and lal oured

with great success in at country for fully sixty Royal Asiatic Societies of Calcutta and

years. Mr. Blondelli luas accontpanied Sahagur's Paris, and of the Oriental Society of text by a Latin version, has added a copious VocaGermany, etc., and Boden Professor of bulary. Nahuati and Latin, and, by his introducSanskrit in the University of Oxford.

tory observations, has thrown considerable light

not alone upon the Nahuati language, its affinity Vol. I. Also under this title, Essays to other families of languag 8, its gramatical AND LECTURES, CHIEFLY ON THE RELI. peculiarities, but also upon the traditions, instituGION OF THE HINDUS. By the late H. tions, and inonument of the Aztecs-thus furming H. WILSON, M.A., F.R.S., etc. etc. the ancient Aztecs.

a complete treasury of everything appertaining to Collected and Edited by Dr. REINHOLD ROST In two vols. Vol. I., containing

POLYNESIAN. "A Sketch of the Religious Socts of the Grey. MAORI MEMENTOS ; being a SeHindus." 8vo. Pp. 912, cloth, price rics of Addresses, presented by the 10s. 6d.

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. Croato-Glagolitic. Lettish.

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races whose formation, habits, language, reliDemotic.

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* It is for these substantial reasons, that we Etruscan. Persian

decmed it worth a brief notice to call attention Georgian.

Persian Cuneiform. to these excellently-arranged catalogues (with Gernian. Phữuicial.

important notes), describing the various works Glagolitic. Polish.

in the library of Sir George Grey, and by which Gothic.

Pushto (or Afghan). this great philanthropist will greatly uid in Greek.

Romaic (or Modern civilizing the numerous peoples within the limit Greek Ligatures. Greek).

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Catalogue of Important Works.

Natural History, Ethnology, etc.

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INDIGENOUS RACES OF THE Twenty-fourth volume of the Journal Earth ; or, New Chapters of Ethnoloof the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal; gical Inquiry: including Monographs with Additions and Corrections by the on Special Departments of Philology, Collector, Capt. J. H. SPEKE, F.R.G.S.,

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rative Geography, and Natural History, Dana (JAMES D., A.M., Member of the

contributed by Alfred Maury, Francis Soc. Cæs. Nat. Cur. of Moscow, the Soc.

Pulszky, and J. Aitken Meigs, M.D. ; Philomatique of Paris, etc.) A SYSTEM

presenting Fresli Investigations, DocuOF MINERALOGY: comprising the most

ments, and Materials, by J. C. Nort, recent Discoveries; including full Des

M.D., and GEO. R. GLIDDON. Plates and criptions of Species and their Localities,

Maps. 4to. Pp. 656. London and PhiChemical Analyses and Formulas, Ta

ladelphia, 1857, sewed. £1 16s. bles for the Determination of Minerals, Nott and Gliddon. The sanie, royal with a Treatise on Mathematical Crys. 8vo. £1 5s. tallography and tho Drawing of l'igures of Crystals. Fourth Edition, re-written, Pickering. THE GEOGRAPHICAL Dis

TRIBUTION OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS. re-arranged, and enlarged. Two vols. in one. Illustrated by 600 woodcuts.

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ORNITHOLOGY, Edited by Philip LUTPp. xii and 456, 1860. 78. 6d.

LEY SCLATER, M.A. Vol. I. 1859. 8vo,

cloth. Coloured Plates. £1 129. Nott and Gliddon. TYPES OF MAN

Vol. II., 1860. £1 12s. KIND; or Ethnological Researches based upon the Ancient Monuments, Paint.

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production of WILLIAM Caxton's GAME TURE OF AMERICAN A BORIGINAL LANOF Chess, the first work printed in GUAGES. With Additions and CorrecEngland. Small folio, bound in vellum, tious by Professor WM. W. TURNER. in the style of the period. Price £1 ls. Edited by NICOLAS TRÜBNER. 8vo, fly Frequently as we rend of the works of Car

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OPINIONS OF THE Press. Ur echea (EZEQUIEL, Dri, de Bogota, * This work, inainly the prolaction of the late Nueva Grana la). MAPOTECA COLOn Herr Ludewig, a Gorman, naturalized in America,

ly devoted to an nccount of the literature of the BIANA: CATALOGO DE TODOS LOS MAPAS,

ahoriginal languages of thot country. It gives an PLANOS, VISTAS, ETC., RELATIVOS A LA

alphabetical list of the various tribes of whose lanAMERICA-ESPANOLA, BRAFIL, E ISLAS guages any record remains, and refers to the works, ADYACENTES. Arreglada cronologica- papers, or manuscripts, in which such information mento i precedida de una introduccion

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a compendium of the aborignal languages of the ably bound in the Roxburgh style.

American continents, and a digest of all the kuown literature bearing iyon those language.

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