Catalogue of Arabic Books in the British Museum, Volume 2

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Page 125 - Mischat ulMasabih, being a Collection of the most authentic Traditions regarding the Actions and Sayings of Muhammed ; exhibiting the Origin of the Manners and Customs, the Civil, Religious, and Military Policy of the Muslemans. Translated from the original Arabic by Capt. AN Matthews, Bengal Artillery. Calcutta, 1809.
Page 79 - Morley. — A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of the HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS in the ARABIC and PERSIAN LANGUAGES preserved in the Library of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
Page 393 - L'Egypte de Murtadi, fils du Gaphiphe, où il est traité des Pyramides, du débordement du Nil, et des autres merveilles de cette province, selon les opinions et traditions des Arabes de la traduction de M.
Page 85 - DES PEUPLES DU CAUCASE et des pays au nord de la mer Noire et de la mer Caspienne, dans le Xe siècle, ou voyage d'Abou-el-Cassim.
Page 117 - THE TRAVELS OF IBN BATUTA, Translated from the abridged Arabic Manuscript Copies preserved in the Public Library of Cambridge, with NOTES, illustrative of the History, Geography, Botany, Antiquities, &c. occurring throughout the Work.
Page 269 - Geschichte der Eroberung von Mesopotamien und Armenien von Mohammed ben Omar el Wakedi. Aus dem Arabischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von BG Niebuhr, herausgegeben und mit Zusätzen und Erläuterungen versehen von AD Mordtmann.
Page 627 - Imposturse : that is a discovery of the manifold forgeries, falsehoods, and horrible impieties of the blasphemous seducer Mohammed, with a demonstration of the insufficiencie of his law...
Page 455 - The Arabic Manual. Comprising a condensed Grammar of both Classical and Modern Arabic ; Reading Lessons and Exercises, with Analyses and a Vocabulary of useful Words. By Prof. EH PALMIB, MA, &c., Author of " A Grammar of the Arabic Language.
Page 79 - LINE UPON LINE; or, a Second Series of the Earliest Religious Instruction the Infant Mind is capable of receiving ; with Verses illustrative of the Subjects. By the author of " The Peep of Day,
Page 79 - Husain Safawi, King of Persia, and now preserved in the British Museum ; comprising an Account of the Astrolabe generally, with Notes illustrative and explanatory: to which are added, Concise Notices of Twelve other Astrolabes, Eastern and European, hitherto undcscribed.

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