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CONTENTS OF NUMBER XXI.
PAGE I.-Copies of Inscriptions from the Buddhist Cave Temples of Kánheri, &c., in the Island of Salsette, with a Plan of the Kánheri Caves. By E. W. West, Esq.
II.-Note on a Coin connected with the Sih Inscription at Girnar. (With an Impression.) By II. NEWTON, Esq., C.S..
III.-On the Sanscrit Poet, Kálidása. By Bina'v Da'si', Esq. (ist Part).....
IV.-Further Observations on the Structure of Foraminifera and on the larger Fossilized forms of Sind, &c., including a new Genus and Species. By II. J. Carter, Esq., F.R.S....
V.-Short Memorial of the Ilonorable Vou'NTSTUART ELPHINSTONE, and of his contributions to Oriental Geography and History. By John Wilson, D.D., F.R.S., Honorary President of the Society.
VI.-Genealogical and Ilistorical Sketch of the Gohel Tribe of Rajpoots, translated from a Document in possession of the Bhownuggur Raja. By Col. LEGRAND Jacob
VII.- Description of some of the Kánheri Topes. By E. W. West, Esq. [With a Plan and Drawings.]
VIII.—On the Joon's Figure, Rotation, and Surface. By the Rev. JAMES GLASGOW, D.D). .
IX.-Description of the Fort of Galna, in Khandeish. By A. Richardson, Esq., C.S. (With three Slabs of Stone bearing Inscriptions in Persian and Devanagri.
X.-Old Tombs in the Cemeteries of Surat. LASIS, Esq., C.S.
PAGE By A. F. BEL
XI.-Result of Excavations in Cave No. 13 at Kánberi. E. W. West, Esq. [With a Plan and five Plates.) ..
XII.-On Contributions to the Geology of Western India, including Sind and Beloochistan. By H. J CARTER, Esq., F.R.S. 161
Discorery of Ammonitiferous Limestono near Jeyselmeer in the Great Desert, &c. By Dr. Impey
Discovery of a portion of Pagmatite in a Basaltic Dyke
Discovery of more Organic Remains and Minerals in the
Section of the Trap in the Western Ghauts.
By II. J.
Discovery of Coal Deposits in the Lyneah Valley, Sind.
Geological Discoveries in the Valley of Kelat and s'ir-
Remarks on the Geology of Nágpur. By the Rev. S. Hislop. 194
Appended Note on the Fossil-Bones from Násrayanpur sent to the Society by Captain W. T. Nicolls, Madras Army; and also on the Reptilian Fossil-Bones gonerally, in the Museum of the Bombay Asiatic Society. By H. J. Carter, Esq.......
XIII.-On the Sanscrit Poet, Kálidása. By Bha'U DA'JI', Esq. (Concluded from p. 19)..
XIV.- Index to Original Papers and Compilations by II. J. Carter, Esq., F.R.S..
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Society for the Years 1856-57, 57-58, 58-59, 59-00, and 60-61.
PAGE Members Electra Presents to the Library
li Presents for the Museum
xxiv Original Communications Abstracts of the Proceedings, Official, Literary, and Scientific Preparat'on of the Catalogue, xxxv, xliii, 1xxx, 1xxxviii, xcvii, xcviii, Coins, Reports on.-By Dr. Leith. Muhainmadan, XXXV:—ly the
Honorable the President (W. E. Frere, Esq. C.S.) Muhammarian, xxxii, xl, xlvi, 1, lii, liii, lix, 1x ; Surashtran, xxxix, xlv, li, lxxviii; Hindu (southern India), lvi. Arrangement of the Society's coins by, Jviii. Letter from E. Thomas, Esq., through II. M.'s Privcipal Secretary of Siate, in reply to, respecting Surashtran coins subinitted for his pinion, lxxi; Description of a Muhammadan Cuining Apparatus by, Ixxii. - By H. Newton, Esq. On Surashtran Coins in the society's collection
Ixxix Prize offered by J. Muir, Esq., for a “Treatise on the Vedanta System".. Leller fiom Captain Burton, dated" Mombas," 3rd January 1837 Geology.-Coal-Deposits in Sind, xxxvi. Nagpoor Fossils, Ix. On Nowrojec Hill, Bombay, Ixxvii. Nummulitic Limestone near Surat
XIII On “the Pallavi of the Zend Aresta," in a letter from J. Romner, Esq... xxxviii Authenticity of the Iranian Family of Languages, by Dhunjibhoy Framji,
Esq. Abstract of 1st paper by, xli. Ditto, ditto, of 2nd paper by.. xlviii Translation of Cave-Temple Inscriptions by Vishnu Shastri, xliv, lxiii,
Ixvii, lxxxi. Reports by the Cave-Temple Commission on, lxxxii, lxxxix. Remarks on, by Mr. Blu Daji, xciv; ditto discussed, xcv; correction of “ Minutes" on, xcvi; Cave-Tenple Commission's report on Mr. Bláu Daji's remarha, sevii; Monthly Meeting's Resolution
on, xcviii; Committee of Management's report on Anniversary Meetings and Annual Report.--0f 18.30-57, p. xxxv; of 10 in
58, p. xlii; of 1838-39, p. lxii; of 183 )-00, p. lxxix. ; of 1800-61, xcix The Journal, xlii, xlvi.. The Rer. R. H. Thomas Friedericli's letters.-- Abstract of one to Dr.
Wilson's address respecting the Brahmanda Purana of Bali, &c.alii. To Col. LeGrand Jacob's adress, copy of, returned for revision, xlviii. Ditto, returned wiili a noto from Col. Jacob, both having reference to the Purana of Bali, &c., and the former also to the alient names of Java and Suunatra, &c., lxvii. Another to Col. Jaco's, forwarded by the latter with a not; ('ol. Jacob's note regarding the sending of l'aranas to Mr. F. and Mr. Fi's letter achnowledging,
PAGE with thanks, &c. the receipt of llie Bhagavata, together with a letter from the Secretary of the Society announcing lis (11r. F.'s) election as Honorary Member
Ixxv Respecting the Bookseller's want of attention in the supply of Books 1, lii; the kind to be supplied specified ..
Isii Government-letters presenting coins to the Society, &c., liii, Ivi.
Iviii Copy of the Sanscrit Inscriptions in the Temple of Somnath sent to Mr. Hall..
Iviii Monsr. Laporte's letters offering an interchange of Land-Shells, Ixiv, IxXXV
Ixxxnt Alterations in the building of the Library occasioned by the location of the
statue of Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, Bt., in the central door-way, Ixiv.
Ixxxii Abstract of an English Translation of a Copper-Plate Grant from Goa;
and Discovery of Historic Names and a Date in the Kanheri Cavo
1xxv Destruction of several of the Books by White-Ants, lxxviii, lxxix, Ixxvi
.. lxxxviii Ditto by leakages in the Roof
Ixxxii Musum, removal of the, to the New Room, lxxxiii ; Catalogue of the xcviii Tabular view of Works in the different Ciasses which have been added to the Library during the last 15 years
Ixxxi Exchange of Publications with the Literary and Philosophical Society of Maniche:ter
Ixxxiv Decease or the Honorable Mountstuart Elphinstone, lxxxv. Ditto of Captain J. G. Forbes
Ixxxvi His Excellency the Ciovernor, Sir Goorge Russell Clerk, invited to become Patron of the Society
Jxxxvi Obituary of 1859-60
1xxxvii Circular from diessrs. Smith, Elder, and Co. announcing their intention to discontinue their “ Book-business" in Bombay
xiii Care-Temple Coinmission.--Notice of a motion to re-arrange their duties,
xcii; Dr. Wilson's reply, &c., xciii; relations of the, with respect to the Society, established, xciv; Report by, on the labours of the Shastri
xcvii Resolution of the Society to sell a portion of their Novels and Ephemeral
Literature, xciii; Comunittee appointed to make the selection to be
ciii List of Nembers