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In Two Volumes, post 8vo, pp. viii.—408 and viii.—348, cloth, price 288. MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS RELATING TO INDIAN SUBJECTS.

BY BRIAN HOUGHTON HODGSON, Esq., F.R.S.,

Late of the Bengal Civil Service; Corresponding Member of the Institute; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Honorary Member of the German Oriental Society and the Société Asiatique; Member of the Asiatic Societies of Calcutta and London; of the Ethnological and Zoological Societies of London; and late British Minister at the Court of Nepal.

CONTENTS OF VOL. I.

SECTION 1.-On the Kocch, Bódó, and Dhimál Tribes.-Part I. Vocabulary.Part II. Grammar.-Part III. Their Origin, Location, Numbers, Creed, Customs, Character, and Condition, with a General Description of the Climate they dwell in. -Appendix.

SECTION II.-On Himalayan Ethnology.-I. Comparative Vocabulary of the Languages of the Broken Tribes of Népál.-II. Vocabulary of the Dialects of the Kiranti Language.-III. Grammatical Analysis of the Váyu Language. The Váyu Grammar. -IV. Analysis of the Báhing Dialect of the Kiranti Language. The Báhing Grammar.-V. On the Váyu or Hayu Tribe of the Central Himalaya.-VI. On tue Kiranti Tribe of the Central Himalaya.

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.

SECTION III.-On the Aborigines of North-Eastern India. Comparative Vocabulary of the Tibetan, Bódó, and Gáró Tongues.

SECTION IV.-Aborigines of the North-Eastern Frontier.
SECTION V.-Aborigines of the Eastern Frontier.

SECTION VI.-The Indo-Chinese Borderers, and their connection with the Himalayans and Tibetans. Comparative Vocabulary of Indo-Chinese Borderers in Arakan. Comparative Vocabulary of Indo-Chinese Borderers in Tenasserim.

SECTION VII.-The Mongolian Affinities of the Caucasiaus.-Comparison and Analysis of Caucasian and Mongolian Words.

SECTION VIII.-Physical Type of Tibetans.

SECTION IX.-The Aborigines of Central India.-Comparative Vocabulary of the Aboriginal Languages of Central India.-Aborigines of the Eastern Ghats.-Vocabulary of some of the Dialects of the Hill and Wandering Tribes in the Northern Sircars. -Aborigines of the Nilgiris, with Remarks on their Affinities.-Supplement to the Nilgirian Vocabularies.-The Aborigines of Southern India and Ceylon.

SECTION X-Route of Nepalese Mission to Pekin, with Remarks on the WaterShed and Plateau of Tibet.

SECTION XI.-Route from Káthmándú, the Capital of Nepal, to Darjeeling in Sikim.-Memorandum relative to the Seven Cosis of Nepal.

SECTION XII.-Some Accounts of the Systems of Law and Police as recognised in the State of Nepal.

SECTION XIII.-The Native Method of making the Paper denominated Hindustan, Népálese.

SECTION XIV.-Pre-eminence of the Vernaculars; or, the Anglicists Answered: Being Letters on the Education of the People of India.

Third Edition, Two Vols., post 8vo, pp. viii.—268 and viii.—326, cloth, price 218.

THE LIFE OR LEGEND OF GAUDAMA,

THE BUDDHA OF THE BURMESE. With Annotations.

The Ways to Neibban, and Notice on the Phongyies or Burmese Monks.

BY THE RIGHT REV. P. BIGANDET,
Bishop of Ramatha, Vicar Apostolic of Ava and Pegu.

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CHINESE BUDDHISM.

A VOLUME OF SKETCHES, HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL. BY J. EDKINS, D.D., Author of "China's Place in Philology," "Religion in China," &c., &c.

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