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Page 89 - The great Geographical Work of Idrisi ; translated by the Rev. GC Renouard, BD This Arabic work was written AD 1153, to illustrate a large silver globe made for Roger. King of Sicily, and is divided into the seven climates described by the Greek Geographers.
Page 88 - A Collation of the Syriac MSS. of the New Testament, both Nestorian and Jacobite, that are accessible in England, by the Rev. Professor Lee. This collation will include the various readings of the Syriac MSS. of the New Testament in the British Museum, and the Libraries at Oxford, Cambridge, &c.
Page 83 - Commissioners fur the Affairs of India. The Right Honourable CW WILLIAMS WYNN, MP, President of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. The Right Honourable SIR ROBERT PEEL, Bart., MP The Right Honourable HENRY GOULBURN, MP The Right Honourable SR LUSHINGTON, Governor of Madras.
Page 89 - Reza ; translated by Mirza Alexander Kazem Beg. This is a Turkish History of the Khans of the Crimea, written about AD 1740, and contains many interesting particulars relating to Turkey, Russia, Poland, and Germany. A History of Georgia; translated by Monsieur Jules de Klaproth.
Page 87 - THE LIFE OF SHEIKH MOHAMMED ALI HAZIN, Written by Himself : translated from two Persian Manuscripts, and illustrated with Notes explanatory of the History, Poetry, Geography, &c. which therein occur. By FC BELFOUR, MA Oxon, Sic. &c. In Demy Octavo ; 10».
Page 84 - Any Member of the Committee who sends a translation for approval, whether to obtain a reward or medal, or merely to have it printed at the expense of the Oriental Translation Fund, is to cease to act on the Committee until the adoption or rejection of his work is decided on. 7th. No work, although prepared for the press at the expense of the Oriental Translation Fund, is to be printed, until the imprimatur of the Chairman or a Deputy Chairman, and at least eight Members of the Committee, is obtained.
Page 89 - Metropolitan of Nisibis ; translated by the Rev. Josiah Forshall, AM This Syriac Chronicle contains chronological tables of the principal dynasties of the world, brief memoirs of the Patriarchs of the Nestorian church, and notices of...
Page 84 - Oriental languages, accompanied occasionally by the original texts, and such illustrations as may be considered necessary. These translations are to be generally printed in English, but in peculiar cases may be printed in Latin or French. 3d. The Committee is empowered to add to its number, to purchase Oriental MSS. or printed books, to present copies of the works printed at the expense of the Oriental Translation Fund to Learned Societies and individuals, and to adopt all the means* that it may...
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