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SINHALESE.

Aratchy.--ATHETHA WAKYA DEEPANYA, or a Collection of Sinhalese

Proverbs, Maxims, Fables, etc. Translated into English. By A. M. S.

ARATCHY. 8vo. pp. iv. and 84, sewed. Colombo, 1881. 28. 6d. D'Alwis.—A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of Sanskrit, Pali, and Sinhalese

Literary Works of Ceylon. By James D'Alwis, M.R.A.S. Vol. I. (all pub

lished) pp. xxxii. and 244, sewed. 1877. 88. 6d. Childers.—NOTES ON THE SINHALESE LANGUAGE. No. 1. On the

Formation of the Plural of Neuter Nouns. By the late Prof. R. C. CHILDERS.

Demy 8vo. sd., pp. 16. 1873. 18. Mahawansa (The)-THE MAHAWANSA. From the Thirty-Seventh

Chapter. Revised and edited, under orders of the Ceylon Government, by H. Sumangala, and Don Andris de Silva Batuwantudawa. Vol. I. Pali Text in Sinhalese Character, pp. xxxii. and 436.—Vol. II. Sinhalese Translation,

pp. lii. and 378, half-bound. Colombo, 1877. £2 28. Steele.—AN EASTERN LOVE-STORY. Kusa Jātakaya, a Buddhistic

Legend. Rendered, for the first time, into English Verse (with notes) from the
Sinhalese Poem of Alagiyavanna Mohottala, by Thomas Steele, Ceylon
Civil Service. Crown 8vo. cloth, pp. xii. and 260. London, 1871. 68.

SUAHILI.

Krapf.—DICTIONARY OF THE SUAHILI LANGUAGE. By the Rev. Dr. L.

KRAPF. With an Appendix, containing an outline of a Suahili Grammar.
The Preface will contain a most interesting account of Dr. Krapf's philological
researches respecting the large family of African Languages extending from the
Equator to the Cape of Good Hope, from the year 1843, up to the present time.
Royal 8vo. pp. xl.-434, cloth. * 1882. 308.

SWEDISH. Otté.—SIMPLIFIED GRAMMAR OF THE SWEDISH LANGUAGE. By E. C.

OTTÉ. Crown 8vo. pp. xii.—70, cloth. 1884. 28. 6d.

SYRIAC.

Kalilah and Dimnah (The Book of). Translated from Arabic into

Syriac. Edited by W. WRIGHT, LL.D., Professor of Arabic in the University

of Cambridge. 8vo. pp. lxxxii.-408, cloth. 1884. 21s. Phillips.—THE DOCTRINE OF ADDAI THE APOSTLE. Now first Edited

in a Complete Form in the Original Syriac, with an English Translation and Notes. By GEORGE Phillips, D.D., President of Queen's College, Cambridge.

8vo. pp. 122, cloth. 78. 6d. Stoddard.—GRAMMAR OF THE MODERN SYRIAC LANGUAGE, as spoken in

Oroomiah, Persia, and in Koordistan. By Rev. D. T. STODDARD, Missionary of the American Board in Persia. Demy 8vo. bds., pp. 190. 108. 6d.

TAMIL. Beschi.—CLAVIS HUMANIORUM LITTERARUM SUBLIMIORIS TAMULICI IDIO

MATIS. Auctore R. P. CONSTANTIO JOSEPHo BeschIO, Soc. Jesu, in Madurensi Regno Missionario. Edited by the Rev. K. IHLEFELD, and printed for A.

Burnell, Esq., Tranquebar. 8vo. sewed, pp. 171. 108. 6d. Lazarus.—A TAMIL GRAMMAR, Designed for use in Colleges and Schools.

By J. LAZARUS. 12mo. cloth, pp. viii. and 230. London, 1879. 58. 6d.

TELUGU. Arden.—A PROGRESSIVE GRAMMAR OF THE TELUGU LANGUAGE, with

Copious Examples and Exercises. In Three Parts. Part I. Introduction.On the Alphabet and Orthography.-Outline Grammar, and Model Sentences. Part II. A Complete Grammar of the Colloquial Dialect. Part III. On the Grammatical Dialect used in Books. By A. H. Arden, M.A., Missionary of

the C. M. S. Masulipatam. 8vo. sewed, pp. xiv. and 380. 148. Arden.—A COMPANION Telugu Reader to Arden's Progressive Telugu

Grammar. 8vo. cloth, pp. 130. Madras, 1879. 7s. 6d. Carr.–Lşeros 300LOS. A COLLECTION OF Telugu PROVERBS,

Translated, Illustrated, and Explained ; together with some Sanscrit Proverbs printed in the Devanâgarî and Telugu Characters. By Captain M. W. CARR, Madras Staff Corps. One Vol. and Supplemnt, royal 8vo. pp. 488 and 148. 318. 6d

TIBETAN. Csoma de Körös.-A DICTIONARY Tibetan and English (only). By

A. Csoma de Körös. 4to. cloth, pp. xxii. and 352. Calcutta, 1834. £2 28. Csoma de Körös.—A GRAMMAR of the Tibetan Language. By A.

CSOMA DE Körös. 4to. sewed, pp. xii. and 204, and 40. 1834. 25s. Jaschke.—A TIBETAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY. With special reference to

the prevailing dialects; to which is added an English-Tibetan Vocabulary. By H. A. JASCHKE, late Moravian Missionary at Kijelang, British Lahoul. Compiled and published under the orders of the Secretary of State for India in

Council. Royal 8vo. pp. xxii.-672, cloth. 30s. Jaschke.—TIBETAN GRAMMAR. By H. A. JASCHKE. Crown 8vo. pp.

viii. and 104, cloth. 1883. 58. Lewin.-A Manual of Tibetan, being a Guide to the Colloquial Speech

of Tibet, in a Series of Progressive Exercises, prepared with the assistance of Yapa Ugyen Gyatsho, by Major Thomas HERBERT LEWIN. Oblong 4to. cloth,

pp. xi. and 176. 1879. £i 1s. Schiefner.-Tibetan Tales. See “ Trübner's Oriental Series,” page 5

TURKI. Shaw.-A SKETCH OF THE TURKI LANGUAGE. As Spoken in Eastern

Turkistan (Kashghar and Yarkand). By Robert BARKLAY Shaw, F.R.G.S., Political Agent. In Two Parts. With Lists of Names of Birds and Plants by J. Scully, Surgeon, H.M. Bengal Army. 8vo. sewed, Part I., pp. 130. 1875. 78. 6d.

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TURKISH Arnold.—A SIMPLE TRANSLITERAL GRAMMAR OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE.

Compiled from various sources. With Dialogues and Vocabulary. By EDWIN

ARNOLD, M.A., C.S.I., F.R.G.S. Pott 8vo. cloth, pp. 80. 1877. 28. 6d. Gibb.—OTTOMAN POEMs. Translated into English Verse in their

Original Forms, with Introduction, Biographical Notices, and Notes. Fcap. 4to. pp. lvi. and 272. With a plate and 4 portraits. Cloth. By E. J. W. GIBB.

1882. £1 18. Gibb.—THE STORY OF JEWād, a Romance, by Ali Aziz Efendi, the

Cretan. Translated from the Turkish, by E. J. W. GIBB. 8vo. pp. xii. and

238, cloth. 1884. 78. Hopkins.—ELEMENTARY GRAMMAR OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE. With

a few Easy Exercises. By F. L. HOPKINS. M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Trinity

Hall, Cambridge. Cr. 8vo. cloth, pp. 48. 1877. 3s. 6d. Redhouse.—On the History, System, and Varieties of Turkish Poetry,

Illustrated by Selections in the Original, and in English Paraphrase. With a notice of the Islamic Doctrine of the Immortality of Woman's Soul in the Future State. By J. W. REDHOUSE, M.R.A.S. Demy 8vo. pp 64. 1879. (Reprinted from the Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature) sewed,

18. 6d.; cloth, 28. 6d. Redhouse.—THE TURKISH CAMPAIGNER'S VADE-MECUM OF OTTOMAN

COLLOQUIAL LANGUAGE; containing a concise Ottoman Grammar; a carefully selected Vocabulary, alphabetically arranged, in two parts, English and Turkish, and Turkish and English; also a few Familiar Dialogues; the whole in English characters. By J. W. REDHOUSE, F.R.A.S. Third Edition. Oblong 32mo

pp. viii.-372, limp cloth. 1882. 6s. Redhouse.-A SIMPLIFIED

GRAMMAR

OTTOMAN-TURKISH LANGUAGE. By J. W. REDHOUSE, M.R.A.S. Crown 8vo. pp. xii.-204, cloth. 1884. i0s. 6d.

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Latin Translation and Notes. By Francis W. Newman, late Professor of
Latin at University College, London. 8vo. pp. xvi. and 54, sewed. 1868. 2s.

URIYA. Browne.--An URIYÁ PRIMER IN Roman CHARACTER. By J. F. BROWNE,

B.C.S. Crown 8vo. pp. 32, cloth. 1882. 28. 6d. Maltby.-A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK OF THE URIYA OR ODIYA LANGUAGE.

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