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Page 26 - VEDA : containing the Earliest Speculations of the Brahmans on the meaning of the Sacrificial Prayers, and on the Origin, Performance, and Sense of the Rites of the Vedic Religion.
Page 19 - William and the Werwolf). Translated from the French at the command of Sir Humphrey de Bohun, about AD 1350, to which is added a fragment of the Alliterative Romance of Alisaunder, translated from the Latin by the same author, about AD 1340 ; the former re-edited from the unique MR.
Page 39 - English power, until we are prepared to read of its final overthrow. 23. THE ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE, ACCORDING TO THE SEVERAL ORIGINAL AUTHORITIES. Vol. I., Original Texts. Vol. II., Translation. Edited and translated by BENJAMIN THORPE, Esq., Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Munich, and of the Society of Netherlandish Literature at Leyden. 1861. This Chronicle, extending...
Page 41 - IV. and V. ESSAYS ANALYTICAL, CRITICAL, AND PHILOLOGICAL, ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH SANSKRIT LITERATURE. Collected and Edited by Dr. REINHOLD ROST. 3 vols.
Page 435 - THE UNIVERSAL CHARACTER; By which all the Nations in the World may understand one anothers Conceptions, reading out of one Common Writing their own Mother Tongues.
Page 9 - PATRONYMICUS ; or, the Etymology of Curious Surnames. By RICHARD STEPHEN CHARNOCK, Ph.D., FSA, FRGS Crown 8vo.. pp. 182, cloth. 7s.
Page 42 - VOCABULARIES, illustrating the Condition and Manners of our Forefathers, as well as the History of the forms of Elementary Education, and of the Languages Spoken in this Island from the Tenth Century to the Fifteenth.