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Aláu-d dín Amír amirs army arrived attack attendants became brother brought called camp carried charge chief cloth collected command court crossed death Dehlí dín directed Edited elephants enemy entered father favour fell Firoz fled forces fort four gave give given gold hands head heard Hindus honour horse houses hundred India infidels inhabitants Islám Jahán joined Khán Khusrú killed king land language late Malik marched means month mountain Mughals Muhammad Mulk Musulmáns never night nobles obtained officers ordered palace passed Persian person plundered present Prince prisoners proceeded punishment reached received reign remained respect returned river royal sent Shah Shaikh side slaves soldiers Sultán sword taken tankas thousand throne Tímúr took town translation treasure Tughlik victory village whole
Page 621 - BEAL.— A CATENA OF BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES FROM THE CHINESE. By S. Beal, BA, Trinity College, Cambridge ; a Chaplain in Her Majesty's Fleet, &c.
Page 619 - Arabic and Persian Books (A Catalogue of). Printed in the East. Constantly for sale by Triibner and Co., 57 and 59, Ludgate Hill, London.
Page 3 - A DICTIONARY, SANSKRIT AND ENGLISH, extended and improved from the Second Edition of the Dictionary of Professor HH WILSON, with his sanction and concurrence. Together with a Supplement, Grammatical Appendices, and an Index, serving as a Sanskrit- English Vocabulary.
Page 5 - Hafizu'd-din. A New Edition of the Hindustani Text, carefully revised, with Notes, Critical and Explanatory. By Edward B. Eastwick, FRS, FSA, MRAS, Professor of Hindustani at Haileybury College.
Page 10 - Readings from a collection of Six MSS. in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, and the Libraries of the Royal Asiatic Society and the East India House ; with Copious Notes, an English Translation, and Index of Prakrit Words, to which is prefixed an Easy Introduction to Prakrit Grammar. By...
Page 13 - Etymology could afford him. He would read it through from cover to cover at a sitting, and only regret that he had not the second volume to begin upon forthwith. It is a very able book, of great research, full of delightful surprises, a repertory of the fairy tales of linguistic science.
Page 13 - Watts. — ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. By THOMAS WATTS, of the British Museum. Reprinted, with Alterations and Additions, from the Transactions of the Philological Society, and elsewhere.
Page 626 - ENGLISH breuely drawe out of )? book of Quintis essencijs in Latyn, J> Hermys )> prophete and king of Egipt after ]> flood of Noe, fader of Philosophris, hadde by reuelacioun of an aungil of God to him sente. Edited from the Sloane MS. 73, by FJ FURNIVALL, Esq., MA Is.