The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 15

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Wm. H. Allen & Company, 1823

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The item - "RUINS OF MRAVUTTY, DEPAULDINA AND DURNACOTTA" a valuable article.But, in this issue some pages were not scanned properly and some information lost which one cannot afford to lose such a valuable information.
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