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AFRICAN LANGUAGES. Bleek.— A COMPARATIVE GRAMMAR OF SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGES. By

W. H. I. BLEEK, Ph.D. Volume I. I. Phonology. II. The Concord.

Section 1. The Noun. 8vo. pp. xxxvi. and 322, cloth. 1869. £1 16s. Bleek.-A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF BUSHMAN FOLK LORE AND OTHER TEXTS.

By W. H. I. Bleek, Ph.D., etc., etc. Folio sd., pp. 21. 1875. 28. 6d. Bleek.—REYNARD THE FOX IN SOUTH AFRICA ; or, Hottentot Fables.

Translated 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. Post. 8vo., pp. xxxi. and 94, cloth. 1864. 38. 6d. Callaway.- IZINGANEKWANE, NENSUMANSUMANE, NEZINDABA, ZABANTU

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M.D. Volume I., 8vo. pp. xiv. and 378, cloth. Natal, 1866 and 1867. 16s. Callaway. — THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF THE AMAZULU. Part I.- Unkulunkulu; or, the Tradition of Creation as existing among the

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sewed. 1868. 4s. Part II.-Amatongo; or, Ancestor Worship, as existing among the Amazulu, in

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Enlisi, Otsủi ke Gã nsem - asekyere - nhõma.

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xxiv. and 203. 1875. 108. 6d. Christaller.- DICTIONARY OF THE ASANTE AND FANTE LANGUAGE, called

Tshi (Chwee Twi). With a Grammatical Introduction and Appendices on the
Geography of the Gold Coast, and other Subjects. By Rev. J.G. CHRISTALLER.

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Cust.–SKETCH OF THE MODERN LANGUAGES OF AFRICA. See “ Trübner's

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Grey.-HANDBOOK OF AFRICAN, AUSTRALIAN, AND POLYNESIAN Pur-

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ANGLO-SAXON.

March.—A COMPARATIVE GRAMMAR OF THE ANGLO-Saxon LANGUAGE;

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Morley.-A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of the HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS

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