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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volumen2
Sir Henry Miers Elliot
Vista de fragmentos - 1955
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Página 4 - 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.
Página 6 - Manuscripts 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...
Página 22 - BELLOWS.— ENGLISH OUTLINE VOCABULARY for the use of Students of the Chinese, Japanese, and other Languages. Arranged by John Bellows. With Notes on the Writing of Chinese with Roman Letters, by Professor Summers, King's College, London. Crown 8vo, pp.
Página 19 - Misra. — A TRILINGUAL DICTIONARY, being a comprehensive Lexicon in English, Urdu., and Hindi, exhibiting the Syllabication, Pronunciation, and Etymology of English Words, with their Explanation in English, and in Urdu and Hindi in the Roman Character. By MATHURAPRASADA MISRA, Second Master, Queen's College, Benares.
Página 8 - Rabadan, Arragonese. By the Hon. HEJ Stanley.— IV. Catalogue of the Oriental Manuscripts in the Library of King's College, Cambridge. By Edward Henry Palmer, BA , Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Member of the Royal Asiatic Society ; Membre de la Society Asiatique de Paris.— V. Description of the Amravati Tope in Guntur. By J. Fergusson, Esq., FRS — VI. Remarks on Prof. Brockhaus' edition of the Kathasarit-fiagara, Lambaka IX.
Página 330 - She was endowed with all the qualities befitting a king, but she was not born of the right sex, and so in the estimation of men all these virtues were worthless.
Página 217 - He then marched and encamped under the fort of Dehli, which was also captured, "and the standards of the State were also carried into the neighbouring tracts. The conqueror entered the city of Dehli, which is the source of wealth and the foundation of blessedness.
Página 11 - Wake. — CHAPTERS ON MAN. With the Outlines of a Science of comparative Psychology. By C. STANILAND WAKE, Fellow of the Anthropological Society of London.
Página 4 - Rihan, again, the solar calendar of Kharism was the most perfect scheme for measuring time with which he was acquainted ; and it was maintained by the astronomers of that country that both the solar and lunar Zodiacs had originated with them, the divisions of the signs in their system being far more regular than those adopted by the Greeks or Arabs.