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Class I.— HISTORY. 

Antiquities and Inscriptions 1 

Mythology 3 

Numismatics 5 

Chronology, Ancient and Modem History 7 

British History 8 • 

Records 9 

History of Africa, Turkey, and Egypt 12 

of The Gipsies 13 

of Asia 13 

of Arabia 14 

of Persia and Armenia 15 

of Tartary and Affghanistan 16 

of India 17 

of The East-India Company 25 

of Dutch East-India Company 27 

of Tibet, Burmah, Siam, Cochin China, and Asiatic Islands 27 

of China and Japan 29 

of America 31 

Voyages and Travels, Foreign Topography, and G^graphy .... 31 

Atlases and Maps 34 

Voyages and Travels, Collections 35 

round the World 36 

and Travels in various Parts of the World 36 

in Europe and Turkey 38 

Overland Journeys to India 39 

Vojrages and Travels in Africa 41 

in African Islands 43 

Egypt, Nubia, Abyssinia, &c 43 

various Parts of Asia 45 

Arabia and Asiatic Turkey 46 

Persia 47 

Affghanistan, Bokhara, and Khiva 49 

Tartary 50 

India 50 

Tibet, Burmah, Siam, Cochin China 55 

■■ Indian Archipelago 56 j 



Voyages and Travels in China 59 

Japan and Asiatic Russia 61 

America and the North-West Passage 62 

South Sea and Australia 63 

Biography 64 

Drawings and Books of Prints 68 


Statute and Common Law 73 

Laws, Charters, Regulations, &c. of the East-India Company 73 

Oriental Law 75 

Government, Politics, Political Economy, Statistics, and Finance. ... 77 

Money, Trade, and Commerce 79 


Philosophy, Physics, and Meteorology 83 

Astronomy and Mathematics 84 

Natural History 86 

Gteology, Mineralogy, &c 86 

Botany 87 

Zoology 89 

Ornithology and Entomology 90 

Ichthyology and Conchology 91 

Anatomy, Surgery, and Medicine 91 

Military Discipline, Fortification, and Miscellanies 95 

Naval Discipline, Architecture, and Navigation 96 


Philology 99 

Bibliography and Printing 101 

East-India Papers anb Debates : — 

Parliamentary 104 

Printed by Order of the Court 112 

Printed by Governors- General, &c 114 

Miscellaneous 115 

Transactions of Learned Societies 117 

Periodicals and Newspapers 119 

Tracts 123 

Miscellaneous 173 




Comparative and Miscellaneous 177 

Sanscbit : — 

Grammars 181 

Lexicology 182 

Texts 183 

with Translations 186 

Translations from 189 

Tracts on 191 

Hindi 192 

Panjdbi 194 

Bengali 194 

Orissa 197 

Mahratta 197 

Guzerati 198 

Tamil 199 

Telugu.... 202 

Canarese 204 

Malayalam 204 

Cingalese and Pali ^ 204 

Arabic. Grammars 205 

Dictionaries 207 

Texts 208 

with Translations 21 1 

Translations from 216 

Tracts on 219 

Persian. Grammars 219 

Dictionaries 221 

Texts 222 

— — with Translations 226 

Translations frY)m 228 

Tracts on 231 

Kurdish 232 

Turkish 232 

Hindustani, Ghrammars 234 

Dictionaries 235 

Texts 236 

with Translations 238 

Translations from 239 

Tracts on 239 

Dukhinee 239 

Pushtoo, or Affghan, and Sindhi 239 

Zend and Pehlavi 240 



Chinssb. Grammars 240 

Dictionaries 241 

Texts 242 

with Translations 242 

Translations from 243 

Tracts on 246 

Japanese 248 

Tibetan 249 

Mongol 249 

Manchu 250 

Burman, Cochin Chinese, and Siamese 251 

Malay 252 

Javanese 253 

iEthiopic, S3niac, and Hebrew 253 

Armenian 254 

^Egyptian, Coptic, and Hieroglyphic 255 

G^rgian 256 

Phoenician 256 

Holt Scbiptubbs, European Versions 257 

Oriental Versions 257 

Educational Works in the various Oriental and English Languages. . 265 

Supplement, Miscellaneous Oriental Literature 276 






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Temples, Bazars, Idols, &c. fol. 

Chinese Drawings, Botanical. 2 vols. fol. 

Chinese Drawings (80) of Butterflies and other Insects, with 
Flowers, &c. 2 vols. fol. 

Chinese Drawings (35), Flowers, Fruits, and Insects. 4to. 

Chinese Drawings (10), Fruits and Birds, fol. 

Chinese Drawings (82), Furniture and Ornaments for Houses. 
2 vols, fol. 

Chinese Drawings (40), Illustrative of the Manufactures of White 
Lead, Vermillion, Red Lead, and Cast Iron. 4 vols. fol. 

Chinese Drawings (40) of Insects, fol. 

Chinese Drawings (10), Interior of Houses, foh 

Chinese Drawings (3), large Lanterns, &c. fol. 

Chinese Drawings (48) of Lanterns, Furniture, and other Orna- 
ments. foL 

Chinese Drawings (30), Shipping, Junks, &c. fol. 


Chinese Drawings (86), Theatrical, fol. 

Chinese Drawings (^S), Views of the Great Joss House at Honam, 

opposite Canton, with 30 Drawings of Chinese Idols, &c. fol. 
Hamilton (Fr. Buchanan), Account of the Fishes of the Ganges 

and its Branches* The Original Manuscript and 

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Hindoo (14), Architectural Drawings in Southern India. 

Imp. 4to. 
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Colours, fol. ..• ••• ... ••• .•• N. D. 

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Mosques, Tombs, &c. fol. 
Fostans (Capt.), Drawings of Costumes and Architecture in the 

West of India, fol. n. d. 

Abbott (Lieut. G.), Sketches about Eurrah Mannickpore (with 

McCurdffs Views). (2 copies) fol. ... London, 18S1 

Abbott (Lieut. G.), Views of the Forts of Bhurtpoore and Weira. 

{'^copies) fol London, 1S27 

Ainslie (Sir Robt.), Views. See Mayer. 

Atkinson (Jas.), Sketches in Afighanistan. Plates, by C. Haghe. 

fol. London, 1842 

Barron (Capt. Richd.), Views in India, chiefly among the Neel- 

gherry Hills. Coloured Plates, fol. London, 1837 

Belnos (Mrs. S. C), Twenty-four Coloured Plates, illustrative of 

Hindoo and European Manners in Bengal. (2 copies) fol. 

London, n. d. 
Belzoni (G.), Plates illustrative of his Researches and Operations 

in Egypt and Nubia. Atlas fol. ... London, 1820 

Borget (Auguste), La Chine et les Chinois. fol. Paris, 1842 

Burt (Major T. S.), Views illustrative of Ancient and Modern 

Hindu and Musalman Architecture, in and near the Duab of 

India, in 1832-3. {With Jump's Views.) 4to. London, 1836 
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fol. ... ••• ... ••• ... ... London, 1810 

Creighton (H.), The Kuins of Gour described and represented in 

Eighteen Views. 4to London, 1817 

Dacca, Account of the Antiquities of. fol. ... London, v. j>. 
Dalton (Rich.), Series of Twenty-six Prints illustrative of the 

Manners, Customs, &c. of the Egyptians, from Drawings made 

in 1749* foL London^ n.d. 


Daniell'^s (Thos.), Hindoo Excavations in the Mountain of EUora. 

Coloured Plates. Atlas fol. Zondon, 1803 

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way of China. Coloured Plates, fol. ••• London^ 1810 
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doostan. Coloured Plates. 4 vols, atlas fol. 

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Daniell (Wm.), Views in the Burman Empire, fol. London^ — — » 
Daniell ( Wm.), Twelve Select Views of Windsor Castle. Coloured 

Plates. Atlas fol. ••. London^i^.j). 

Daniell (Wm.), Voyage round Great Britain in 1813. Coloured 

Plates. 8 vols. 4to. ... London, 1814 

Deschamps (John), Scenery and Reminiscences of Ceylon. Coloured 

Plates, fol. London, 1845 

D'Oyly (Sir Chas.), Antiquities of Dacca. Engraved by Landseer. 

fol. London, 1826 

Fac-Similes (A Selection of), Water-Colour Drawings from the 

Works of the most distinguished British Artists. Coloured 

Plates, fol. • London, 1825 

Fergusson (J.), Specimens of the Illustrations of the Rock-Cut 

Temples of India. Plates, fol. ... London, s. d. 

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Eraser (J. B.), Twenty-Eour Views of Calcutta. Coloured Plates. 

(2 copies) fol London, ISM 

Gold (Capt. Chas.), Oriental Drawings, Sketched between 1791 and 

1798. Coloured Plates. (2 copies) 4to. London, 1806 ' 
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chiefly on the Western Side of India. Coloured Plates. 

(2 copies) 2 vols. 4to • ••• London, 1826 

Harris (Capt. W. C), Portraits of the Game and Wild Animals of 

Southern Africa. Coloured Plates, fol. London, 1840 

Hart (Capt. L. W.), Character and Costumes of Afghanistan. 

Plates by C. Haghe. fol. London, 18iS 

Head (Capt. C. E.), Eastern and Egyptian Scenery, Ruins, &c. 

illustrative of a Journey from India to Europe, intended to 

shew the Advantage and Practicability of Steam Navigation 

from England to India, fol London, 1833^ 

Hodges (Wm.), Select Views in India, drawn on the Spot in 1780- 

1783. Aquatinta Plates. 2 vols, in one. fol. London, 1786 


Hodges (Wm.), Sdect Vie¥rs of Antiquities, &c. in India, fol. 

London^ 1827 
Hunter (Jas.), Picturesque Scenery in Mysore. Coloured Plates. 

foL ... ••• ••• ••• ••• London^ 1805 

Jones (Owen) and J. Groury, Views on the Nile from Cairo to the 

Second Cataract Drawn on Stone by Geo. Moore^ and 

coloured, fol. ... ... ••• ••• lAmdon^ 1843 

Jump (Capt. R.)» Views in Calcutta. 4to. ••• London^ 18S7 
Kershaw (Capt. J.), Views in the Burman Empire. Coloured 

Plates. {With MeCurdifs Views.) fol. Londofi^ n. d. 

Kirk (Dr.), Views of the Defiles and Mountain Passes in Affghan- 

istan. {With Jump*s Views.) 4to. ••• London, n. d. 
Sattoe (Markham), Illustrations of Indian Architecture from the 

Muhammadan Conquest downwards. IS Parts, fol. 

Calcutta, 1838 
Laing (David), Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Buildings, 

Public and Private, including the New Custom House, Lon« 

don. fol. ••• ... ••• ••• ... London, 1818 

Madras, Account of, and Views of Public Edifices of. (2 copies) 

4tO. ... ... ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• J^. J}. 

Mayer (Luigi), Views in Egypt, from Drawings in Possession of 

> Sir Robt. Ainslie. 48 Coloured Plates. foL London, 1801 

McCurdy (Capt. E. A.), Views of the Neilgherries, or Blue 

Mountains of Coimbetoor, Southern India. (2 copies) fol. 

London, n. d. 
Moore (Jas.), Eighteen Views of Rangoon. Coloured Plates. 

(2 copies) fol London,18^ 

Prinsep (James), Benares Illustrated. (2 copies) foL 

London, 1831 
Roberts (D.), Views in the Holy Land, &c. fol. London, 1845 
Salt^s (Hen.), Twenty-four Views in India, Ceylon, Abyssinia, 

Egypt, &c. Coloured Plates. Atlas fol. London, 1809 

Savignac and Pearson, Asiatic Museum Illustrated. 4to. 

Calcutta, 1828 
Singapore and Macao (Six Views of), taken in 1840. {WithJump^s 

Views.) 4to. ... London, 1840 

Smith (John Thos.), Antiquities of Westminster, the Old Palace, 

St. Stephen^s Chapel, &c. London, IQOH 

Smith (Capt. R.), Views of, and in, Prince of Wales^ Island. 

Coloured Plates, fol ... Zo/^dtm, 1821 

Solvyn's (F. Bait.), Two Hundred and Fifty Coloured Etchings; 

Descriptive of the Manners, Customs, Character, Dress, and 


Religious Ceremonies of the Hindoos. The Obioinal Edi- 
tion, with the Catalogue, in Svo. S vols. fol. 

Calcutta, 1779, &c. 
Solvyrfs (F. B.), Les Hindous, ou Description de leurs Mceurs, 

Coutuine6,et Ceremonies. Coloured Plates, 4 vols. Pam, 1808 
Swarbreck (S. D.), Sketches in Scotland. Plates, fol. 

London, 1839 
Taylor (Capt. P. M.), Sketches in the Deccan. Drawn on Stone 

by W. Taylor, fol. London, 1837 

Wales (Jas.), Twelve Views of the Island of Bombay. Coloured 

Plates. Atlas fol. London, \&^ 

Walton (Jas. F.), Views in Affghaunistaan. fol. London, 1840 
White (Lieut. 6. F.), Views in India, chiefly among the Himalaya 

Mountains. (% copies) fol London, 1836-7 

Wilkie (Sir David), Sketches in Turkey, Syria, and Egypt, 1840- 

1841. Drawn on Stone by Jos. Nash. fol. London, 1848 
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Wilson (H. H.), Oriental Portfolio, illustrative of the Scenery and 

Architecture of India. Plates, fol. .•• London, 18il 
Wingate (Lieut. T.), The Storming of Ghuznee and Eelat. 

Drawn on Stone by Weld Taylor. Coloured Plates, fol. 

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Wood (Wm.), Twenty-eight Panoramic Views of Calcutta, fol. 

London, 1883 

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Henry III. A.D. 1236 to 13th of Queen Anne, 1713; with 

Indexes. 11 vols. fol. London, 1810-24 

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being the Fourth Year of the Reign of Queen Anne, 1704. 

Black Letter. 3 vols, fol London, 1706 

Blackstone (Sir Wm.), Commentaries on the Laws of England ; 

with Notes by E. Christian. 4 vols. Svo. London, 1809 

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terre et sur qudques points de la Jurisprudence Anglaise; 

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London, 1775, &c. 

Auber (Peter), Analysis of the Constitution of the East-India 
Company ; with the Supplement. (2 copies) 2 vols. Svo. 

London, 1826-8 

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the East-India Company. 12mo. ... London, 1815 

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4to. ••• London, n. d. 

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ties and Grants made with, or obtained from the Princes and 
Powers in India, from the Year 1756 to 1772. (3 copies) 
4to. ... ••• ... ... ... London, 1774 



Charters and Statutes relating to the East-India Company, with 

Appendix, from Elizabeth, 1600, to the 56th Geo. III., 1816. 

4to. ... London^ 1817 

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to the 31st of Geo. II., 1758. fol. ... London^ n. d. 

Charters, see Tracts. 
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of Fort William, from 1788 to 1837, by Wm. Peters. 4to. 

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1841. 8vo Madras^ 1842 

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8vo. ... ... ... ... ... Madras, 1842 

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of Revenue at the Presidency of Fort William, from 1788 to 

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London, 1815, &c. 
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William. Svo Calcutta, 1827 

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Henry VIII. to Geo. III. (2 copies) fol. London, 1786 

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to the 49th of Geo. III. 4to London, 1810 

Statutes and Regulations for the Government of the East-India 

College. 4to. London, 1816 

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College. 4to. London, 1838 


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Campbell (A, D.), Notes on the Penal Code proposed for India. 
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Haggard (John), Reports of Cases argued and determined in the 
Court of Admiralty, vol. i. 8vo. ••• London, 1825 

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Hindu Law (A Digest of) on Contracts, &c. See Colebrooke. 

Hough (Major Wm.), Case Book of European and Native Greneral 
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Strange (Sir Thos.), Elements of Hindu Law; referable to British 
Judicature in India. (3 copies) 2 vols. 8vo. 

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Anderson (John), Political and Commercial Considerations rela- 
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Annand (Alex.), Outline of the Existing System for the Govern- 
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Bannister (S.), Humane Policy ; or. Justice to the Aborigines of 
New Settlements: with Suggestions how to civilise the Na- 
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Briggs (John), The present Land Tax of India considered as a 
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Martin (Montg.), Taxation of the British Empire. (3 copies) 
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McCulIoch (J. R.), Statistical Account of the British Empire. 
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Montgaillard (M. de), Seconde Guerre de Pologne, ou Considera- 
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Norton (Geo.), Rudimentals ; a Series of Discourses on the Princi- 
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Patton (Robt.), The Principles of Asiatic Monarchies contrasted 
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Raffles (Sir Thos. S.), Substance of a Minute on the Introduction 
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Rouse (C. W. B.), Dissertation on the Landed Property of Ben- 
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Russia, Progress and present Position of, in the East. 8vo. 

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Steuart (Sir Jas.), On the Principles of Money applied to the 
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Accounts and Papers relative to the Trade with East Indies and 
China, from 1757 to 1793, from 1792 to 1812, &c. fol. 

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Accounts respecting the Annual Revenues and Disbursements, 
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1 826. 2 vols, fol London^ 1817, &c. 

Acts of the Government of India, from 1834 to 1838. fol. 

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Aden. Correspondence relating to Aden, with Chart of Aden and 
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Affairs of the East-India Company (Report of the Select Committee 
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Affghanistan, Correspondence relating to. fol. London^ 1839 

Affghanistan. — Extracts relative to the Expedition of Shah 
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Affghanistan, Papers relating to the War in. fol. London, 1840 

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Answers to Interrogatories of the Governor-General. New Sys- 
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Appointments made by the Court of Directors in each of the Pre- 
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fianca. — Copy of all Dispatches and Documents received by the 
East-India Company, relating to the Acquisition of Banca, in 
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Bank of Asia. — Despatches and Correspondence relative to the In- 
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Bebb (John), Two Letters to the Court of Directors of the East- 
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Bishops. — ^A Bill to enable her Majesty to grant Furlough Allow- 
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Boyd (Gen.), Report on the Petition of Gen. Boyd ; with Minutes 
of Evidence and an Appendix, fol. ..• London, 1818 

British Settlers. — Return shewing the extent of the Settlement of 
British Subjects in India since the last Renewal of the East- 
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Burmese Government, Discussions with the. fol. London, 1825 

Calcutta Journal, Minutes, &c. of the Court of Directors respect- 
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Camatic Commission Reports, I. to XXI. 2 vols. fol. 

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Carnatic War. — Reports and Appendixes from the Committee of 
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Carnatic, Papers relative to. See Wellesley. 




Ceylon, War in 1802, &c. (Papers relative to the.) fol. 

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Charter, Papers relating to the East-India Company's, 1812, &c. 
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Charter Question. — Evidence before the Lords and Commons, fol. 

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China Correspondence. — Copy of China separate Letter, 18th April, 
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China Papers, fol London, 18S1 

China Trade. — Petition of British Subjects in China praying for 
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Church Establishment. — Return relative to the Ecclesiastical Estab- 
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Cinnamon, &c. — Importations for Home Consumption of Cinnamon, 
Cassia, Tea, Raw Silk, Nankeen, Cloth, and other Articles, 
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Commerce. — External and internal Commerce of Bengal, Madras, 
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Compensation. — Proceedings of the Court of Directors fixing Com- 
pensation to be granted to the Servants of the Company in 
China and at Home. fol. London, 1834 

Corporal Punishments (East Indies), Papers relating to. fol. 

London, 1836 

Correspondence and Minutes of the Government respecting an 
Act, No. II. of 1836, passed by the Legislative Council of 
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Courts of Justice in India, Papers relating to. fol. London, 1830 

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East-India Affairs, The Fifth Report on; with Appendix and 
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Committee of Secrecy on the State of the East-India Com- 
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East-India Company, State of the, 1771-8. Reports of Committees 
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East-India Company^s Petition for Relief. — Report from the Com- 
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East-India Produce, Report from the Select Committee on, with 
the Minutes of Evidence, fol Lowrfo/i, 1840 

Gold and Silver Bullion, Account of, imported into and exported 
to and from India, China, &c., so far as relates to the Trade 
to India, fol. Lo/idon, 1838 

Grain, &c. — Account of Grain, Meal, and Flour imported during 
1841, 2, and 8, from each of the British Colonies, including 
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Gwalior, Further Papers respecting, fol. ... London^ 1844 

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Hastings (Marquis of). Administration, comprising Papers respect- 
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Instructions to Luchnow, and Oude Papers. 4 vols. fol. 

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Hill Coolies, Correspondence respecting the. 1841-3. fol. 

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Hindoo Widows, Infanticide, 1827-8. fol. London, 1827, &c. 


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the Idolatry and Superstition of their Hindoo and Mahomedan 

Subjects, fol London, ISisl 

Index to the Bills, Reports, Accounts, and other Papers, printed 
by Order of the House of Commons, 1801 to 1832. fol. 

London, 1833 
Indian Law. — Copy of the Penal Code prepared by the Indian 

Law Commissioners, fol. London, 1838 

Indian Law Commissioners. — Special Reports, fol. London, 184*3 
Infanticide in India. (2 copies) fol. ••• London, ISiS 

Insolvent Debtors.— A Bill to continue the several Acts relating to 
Insolvent Debtors in India, fol. ••• London, 1840 

Judicial Papers, 1774, General Appendix to. fol. London, 1774 
Judicial Papers from 1828 to 1838. fol. London, 1828, &c. 

Juries, India. — Regulations as to Natives sitting on Juries, at 
Bombay, and Correspondence on the India Jury Bill. fol. 

London, 1829-82 
Juries in India. — Papers relating to extending Trial by Jury to the 
Natives in Criminal Cases, fol. ... London, 1833 
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nistration of Justice in Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa ; with Ap- 
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Justice in India, Administration of. — Eleven Reports, with Appen- 
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2 vols. fol. Jjondon, 1804h6 

Legislative Councils, Papers on the Establishment of a new System 
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Madras. — Disturbances at Madras, 1806-7, and Defection of the 

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Mahratta War and Affairs, Papers relative to the, in 1803, 4, and 

6. 2 vols. fol. London, 1804, &c. 

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee of the Whole 
House, and the Select Committee on the Affairs of the East- 
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Minutes of Evidence before a Committee, on the Affairs of the 
East-India Company, on the China Trade, Finance, Judicial, 
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in 1831 and 32. 10 vols. fol. ... London, 1831-2 

Missionaries, Judicial, &c. fol. ... ... London, ISlii 

Observations on the State of Society among the Asiatic Subjects of 
Great Britain, 1792. fol London, 1813 


Opiunii — Administration of the Monopolies of Opium and Salt 
ful. ••• ••• ••• ... ••• ••• London, 1831 

Oude, Papers relating to — viz. Treaties with Oude, from 1766 to 
1801. Articles of Charges against the Marquis of Wellesley, 
and Minutes of Evidence on the Oude Charge, fol. 

London, 1806 
Oude. — Correspondence respecting the Succession to the Throne of 

Oude. fol. London, 1839 

Oude, Papers relative to. See Wellesley. 

Patronage of the East-India Company, Report on the Abuses in 

the Disposal of . fol. Zrondon, 1809 

Peishwah. — Copies and Extracts of Advices from Governors in 
India relative to the Origin and Projects of the Discussions 
which terminated in Hostility with the Peishwah. fol. 

London, 1818 

Persia, Treaties with, fol London^ 1839 

Persia and Afghanistan, Correspondence relating to. 1834 to 1839* 
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Pilgrim Taxes. — Correspondence relating to the Abolition of cer- 
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London, 1819 
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Governments in India concerning the Aggressions of the Pin- 
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London, 1818 

Police and Justice of Bengal, Fort St. George, and Bombay, from 

1810 to 1819, Papers relating to. fol. London, 1819 

Police, and Civil and Criminal Justice under the Governments of 

Bengal, Fort St. George, and Bombay, from 1810 to 1819, 

Papers relative to the. fol. ... ••• London, 1839 

Poll Tax. — Petitions from Natives of Tinnevelly to the Madras 
Grovemment, complaining of the Levy of a Poll Tax on certain 
Persons of their Faith, and Proceedings thereon, fol. 

London, 1840 
Prince of Wales' Island, Papers respecting, fol. London, 1805 
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1811-12. fol. ^ London, 1812 

Rajah of Travancore. — Report on the Petition of Mr. Bury Hutch- 
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Registrar. — Papers relating to the Office of Registrar of the Su- 
preme Court of Judicature at Madras, fol. London, 1828 


Religious Ceremonies. — ^Memorial of the European Population of 
Madras relative to the Religious Ceremonies of the Natives, 
fol. ••• ... ... ... ... ... LiOndon^ 1837 

Religious Institutions. — Correspondence between the Grovemment 
of India and the Court of Directors (Native Religious Insti- 
tutions). fol. ••• London^ 1841 

Religious Institutions. — Despatch relative to the Superintendence of 
Native Religious Institutions, fol. ••• London, 1844 

Reports from Committees of the House of Commons on the State 
of the East-India Company, 1771-1777, and Justice in India, 
1781-1785. 4 vols, fol London, 1803, &c. 

Resident Europeans, Police, Missionaries, Weavers, and Invest- 
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Roebuck. — Negotiation between Nullapah and Mr. Wm. Abbott. 
Removal of Mr. Benj. Roebuck, and Pension to his Widow, 
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Rumbold (Sir Thos.) and Peter Perring, Proceedings in Parlia- 
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Salt. — Monopoly, 1834-5. Evidence, &c. fol. London, 1834, &c. 

Saltpetre. — Report on a Memorial from the Manufacturers of Gun- 
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London, 1793 

Scindia. — Copies of Letters relating to Scindia, in 1805. fol. 

London, 1844 

Scindia. — Copies of Letters from liord Cornwallis and Sir George 
Barlow to Lord Lake, 1805 ; and Letter from Marquis of 
Hastings in relation to Scindia, 1820. fol. London, 1844 

Shipping. — Accounts and Papers relating to East-India-built 
Shipping, 1814. fol. London, 1814 

Ships. — A Return of all Ships and Vessels built in India from 1794 
to 1813. Prize Ships, and Ships not East Indiamen. fol. 

London, 1813 

Shoa. — Correspondence connected with Capt. Harris's Mission to 
Shoa. fol. London, 1844 

Sinde, Treaties with, 1809 to 1843 ; and Correspondence relative 
to. (Supplementary.) 2 vols. fol. ... London, 1843-4 

Slavery in India. — Correspondence of th^ Court of Directors and 
the Governments in India respecting the Slave Trade, fol. 

London, 1828 

Slavery in Ceylon. — Correspondence on the Slave Trade, and Mea- 
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Slavery (East Indies), Papers relative to. fol. London, 1841 


Slavery. — Legislative Despatch on Slavery in the East Indies, fol. 

London^ 1844 

Slaves.— -A Bill for the more effectual Suppression of the Importa- 
tion of Slaves into India by Sea. fol. •«. London^ 1842 

Stamp Tax. — Memorial of Merchants in London respecting Stamp 
Tax in Calcutta, with the Amount of Revenue received from 
Stamps in India in 1823-4 and 1825-6. fol. London, 1828 

Steam Navigation and Communication with India (Reports on), 
with Minutes of Evidence, &c. 1834-7. 2 vols. fol. 

London, 1834-7 

Steam Communication with India, fol. ... Zoneion, 1839 

Steam Navigation. — Amount expended in each of the last Four 
Years in Steam Navigation to India, by way of the Red Sea. 
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Steam Vessels. — Amount of Cost and Outfit, and Annual Disburse- 
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India; also Amount of Postage received for I^etters to and 
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Supercargoes. — Papers relating to the Affairs of the East-India 
Company (Supercargoes), 1831-32. fol. London, 1832 

Supercargoes. — Letters from the Court of Directors to their Super- 
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Supercargoes. — Extract of Despatches to the Supercargoes at Can- 
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Surat, Papers relating to, 1795-1800. fol. .•. London, 1806 

Tea Cultivation in India, Papers on the, 1839. fol. 

London, 1839 

Tea Duties.— Report on the Tea Duties ; with Minutes of Evidence, 
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Tenure of Land. — Return of Terms, Conditions, and Modes of 
Tenure on which Lands are allowed to be held by Europeans 
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Trade. — Report relative to the Trade with the East Indies and 
China ; Minutes of Evidence and Appendix, fol. 

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Trade with India and Chma, 1829-34. fol. London, 1829, &c. 

Trade. — Papers relating to the Trade with India and China ; in- 
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of Teas in Foreign Countries, fol. ... London, 1829 

Trade. — Statement of the Commerce of British India with Great 
Britain, &c. ; Quantity and Value of Cargoes Exported by 
American Ships ; Quantity of American Tonnage and Quan- 


tity of Tonnage employed in the Country Trade between 
British India and Canton between 1829-30, and 1830-31. fol. 

London J 1833 

Trade. — Accounts relating to the Trade of India and China, and 
to the Finances of India in 1829-80. fol. London, 1833 

Trade. — A Bill further to regulate the Trade of Ships built and 
Trading within the Limits of the East-India Company\s 
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Trade. — Memorials to the British Government by Merchants in- 
terested in the Trade with China, fol. ••• London, 1840 

Treaties. — Copies of Treaties with the Native Princes and States 
since 1840. fol London, 1818 

Troops. — Amount and Allowances received by her Majesty's 
Troops serving in India, fol London, 1841 

Troops. — Correspondence respecting the Pay of Troops serving in 
India, fol. ••• •• London, 1841 

Treaties, Engagements, &c. between the British Government in 
India and the King or Mogul at Delhi, fol. London, 1805 

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Allowances to Directors.— Proceedings of Committee of Proprietors 
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sundry Papers relating to the same subject. (2 copies) 4to. 

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Cotton.— Reports of Committee of Court of Directors of the East- 


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Cotton, &c. — Reports on the Culture and Manufacture of Cotton 

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Estimate of the probable Revenue and Charges of India on a 

Peace Establishment ; with Appendix. 4to. London^ 1798 

Hart. — Proceedings relative to the Reimbursement to Major Hart 

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Illicit Trade, Papers respecting. 4to. •.• London^ 1799 

Patronage.' — Report . of the Committee of the House of Commons 
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Raja of Sattara, Papers respecting his Case, from 1840 to 1843. 

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London, 1833 
Report of the Committee appointed by General Court to examine 
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Suttees, Appendix to the Statement of the Court of Directors on, 

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Trade. — The Three Reports of the Committee appointed by Court 
of Directors on the Export Trade from Great Britain to the 
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Trade. — Negociation for a Renewal of the East-India Company'^s 

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Trade. — Papers, Nos. I. to X. respecting the Negociation for the 

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Trade. — Papers respecting the Trade between India and Europe. 

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Trade. — Between India and Europe, Papers respecting. 4to. 

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Trade. — Negociation for a Renewal of the East-India Company's 

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Reports of a Joint Commission from Bengal and Bombay, on the 
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Bombay, n. d. 

Report on the Central Doab Canal, fol. ••• Allahabad, 1840 

Report of the Committee of Prison Discipline to the Governor- 
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Reports on Public Works in the Four Circles of Superintendency 
(Bengal), in the order of Embankments, Canals, Roads and 
Bridges, and Civil Buildings, for the Years ending April 30th, 
1841 and 184^. 2 vols. fol. ... Fort WUKam, 1849 

Salt Revenue of Bengal, a Selection of Papers from the Records 
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Tippoo Sultan. — Advices to and from India relative to the War 
with Tippoo Sultan. 4to. London, 1800 

Tippoo Sultan. — Official Documents relative to Negociations by 
Tippoo Sultan with the French and other States for purposes 


hostile to the British Nation ; with proceedings of a Jacobin 

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Trials of Maha Rajah Nundocomar, Jos. Fowke, and others, for 

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Debates in the House of Commons on the East-India Budget, 
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Debates at the East-India House in 1813. 4e vols. Svo. 

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Debates at the East-India House, in 1813-14!, on procuring Autho- 
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Debates at the East-India House, 1825-30. 2 vols. 8vo. 

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Hastings (W.), History of the Trial of. 8vo. London, 1796 

Hastings (W.), Proceedings of Parliament relative to ; containing 
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Hastings (W.), Minutes of Evidence before Committee of the 
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Hastings (W.), Answer to the Articles exhibited against him. 
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Pigot (Lord), Original Papers ; with an Authentic State of the 
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Pigot (Lord), Defence of. 4to. London, 1717 

Reports (the Fifth and Sixth), from the Committee of Secrecy, 
on the Causes of the War in the Camatic and of the Condition 
of the British Possessions in those Parts ; with Appendices. 
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House of Commons on the Affairs of the East-India Com- 
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Rohilla W ar. Papers on the. 4to. n. d. 

Sherson (Robt.), Report on the Debate and Proceedings in the 
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Ships. — Reports and Papers on Indian-built Ships. 8vo. 

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Sinde, The Affairs of, being an Analysis of Papers presented to 
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Tanjore. — Mahomed Ali Chan. Letter to the Court of Directors, 
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London, 1777 

Tanjore. — Papers relative to the Restoration of the King of Tan- 
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Tanjore Papers, Appendix to. 4to. London^ 1777 

Tanjore Papers. — Row's Narrative ; or, Appendix to the Tanjore 
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Trade. — The Third Report of the Special Committee of the Court 
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Treaties (A Collection of), Alliances, and Conventions relating to 
the Security, Commerce, and Navigation of the British Do- 
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theque du Roi, etc., lus au Comite etabli par sa Majeste dans 

TAcademie Royale des Inscriptions et BeUes-Lettres. 17 vols. 

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Academie Imperiale des Sciences de St. Petersbourg. Sciences 

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Academie Imperiale des Sciences de St. Petersbourg. — Bulletin de 

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the. 7 vols. 8vo Ca/cw^^o, 1838-40 

Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (The Transactions of), 

from its Commencement in 1823 to 1835. (2 copies) 3 vols. 

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Asiatic Researches; or Transactions of the Society instituted in 

Bengal, for Inquiring into the History and Antiquities, the 


Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Asia, with Index. (2 copies) 
21 vols. 4to. Calcutta, 1788-1836 

Asiatic Society of Bengal (The Journal of the), edited bj the 
Secretaries, from its Commencement to 1843, with Frinsep^s 
useful Tables. 13 vols, in 20. 8vo. Calcutta, 18S^4S 

Asiatic Society (The Royal) of Great Britain and Ireland, Journal 
of, from 1834 to 1843. 7 vols. 8vo. London, 1834, &c. 

Astronomical Society of London (Memoirs of the Royal), from the 
Commencement to 1843. 14 vols. 4to. London, 18 — , &c. 

Astronomical Society of London (Memoirs of the). S vols. 4to. 

London, 1822-6 

Berlin. — ^Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Akademie der Wissen- 
schaften zu Berlin, 1822-41. 24 vols. 4to. 

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Berlin. — Berichte der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1839 
to 1843. 2 vols. 8vo. Berlin, 1839, &c. 

Bombay Literary Society (The Transactions of), from the Com- 
mencement in 1804 to 1823. ( 2 copies) 3 vols. 4to. 

London. 1819-23 

British Association for the Advancement of Science (Reports of), 
from the Commencement in 1831 to 1843. 12 vols. 8vo. 

London, 1836-43 

Geographical Society (The Royal) of London, the Journal of, 
from its Commencement in 1832 to 1844. 14 vols. 8vo. 

London, 1834-44 

Geographical Society (The Royal) of London, the Journal of, for 
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Geological Society's Transactions. The 2nd Series, from 1821 to 
1842. 6 vols. 4to London, 1824-42 

Harlem. — Verhandelingen, uitgegeeven door de Hollandsche Maat- 
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Horticultural Society of London (The Transactions of), from the 
Commencement in 1805 to 1830. 6 vols, and 3 parts of vol. 
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Institut Royal de France, Classe d^Histoire et de Litterature An- 
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Linnean Society of London (The Transactions of), fixjm the Com- 
mencement in 1788 to 1841. 18 vols. 4to. London, 1791-1841 

Literature (Royal Society of) of the United Kingdom, Transac- 
tions of the, from the Commencement in 1827 to 1839. 
3 vols. in 6. 4to. ... London, 1827, &c. 


Madras Literary Society (The Transactions of). Part I. {9 copies) 
4to. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• London^ 1827 

Medical and Physical Society of Bombay (Transactions of), vol. i. 
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Medical and Physical Society of Calcutta (Transactions of). 6 
vols. Svo. Calcutta^ 1825-35 

Munich. — Abhandlungen der Mathematisch-Physikalischen und 
Philosophisch-Philologischen, Classe der Eonigilich Bayeris- 
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Munich. — Gelehrte Anzeigen, herausgegeben von Mitgliedem der 
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Recherches Asiatiques ; ou Memoires de la Societe etablie au Ben- 
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les Arts, les Sciences, et la Litterature de TAsie, traduits de 
TAnglois par A. Labaume, etc. 2 vols. 4to. Parisy 1805 

Royal Asiatic Society, see Asiatic Society. 

Royal Geographical Society, see Geographical Society. 

Societe Asiatique de Paris. — Journal Asiatique ; ou, Recueil de 
Memoires d^Extraits et de Notices relatifs k I'Histoire, k la 
Philosophic, aux Sciences, k la Litterature, et aux Langages 
des Peuples Orientaux, depuis 1822 jusqu'^en 1843. 43 vols. 
Svo. Pam, 1822-43 

Societe Enthologique (Memoires de F). vol. i. en 2 parts. Svo. 

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Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Com- 
merce (Transactions of), from 1824 to 1843 ; or, vols. 43 to 
54. 11 vols. Svo London, 1825, &c. 

Zoological Society of London (The Transactions of), from its Conn 
mencement in 1833 to the present time. 3 vols. 4to. 

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Zoological Society of London (Proceedings of), 1833 to 1841. 3 
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Almanack, The Anglo-Indian and Colonial, for 1845. Svo. 

London, 1845 
Annals of Oriental Literature, vol. i. Svo. London, 1820-21 
Annales de TAssociation de la Propagation de la Foi. tom. v. Svo. 

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Annual (The) Register ; or, a View of History, Politics, and Lite- 
rature, from 1768 to 1842. 84 vols. 8vo. London^ 1783, &c. 
Asiatic Annual Register; or, a View of the History of Hindustan, 
and the Politics, Commerce, and Literature of Asia, from 
1799 to 1811. 12 vols. 8vo. ... London, 1801, &c, 

Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register, for British India and its 
Dependencies, from its Commencement in 1816 to 1844. 7S 
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Abbotty Parry, and Maitland (Correspondence of) with the Court 

124 TRACTS. 

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the East-India Company's Trade, from 1691 to 1698. foL 

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Account of the Funds for Payment of which the Duties on East- 
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Account of some Transactions in the House of Commons and before 
the Lords of the Privy Council relating to the late East-India 
Company, with the said East-India Company'^s new Charter. 
4to. , ••• ... ... ... ... London, 169S 

Act of Parliament, 9th and 10th of William III., for raising Two 
Millions for settling the Trade to the East-Indies, &c. fol. 

London, 1698 

Acts (George II. and III.) and Articles of War for the East-India 
Service. 8vo. ... ... ... ... London, 1754 

Address to the Proprietors of East-India Stock, on Points to be 
discussed at the General Court at the South Sea House. 4to. 

London, 1764 

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Necessity of sending Commissions Abroad. 8vo. London, 1769 

Address to the Public concerning the Business between the Grovern- 
ment and the East-India Company. 8vo. London, 1767 

Address to the Proprietors of East-India Stock on the Necessity of 
a Commission to regulate the Affairs of the Company Abroad. 
A Paper delivered at General Court, 11th August, 1772. 4to. 

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Adventure.— 'Relation of a most horrid Conspiracy and running 
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Affghan War. — Report of the East-India Committee of the Colo- 
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Agricultural and Horticultural Society of St. Helena (Proceedings 
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Agricultural and Horticultural Society^s Garden of Western India, 
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Agricultural and Horticultural Society of Western India (Corre- 
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TRACTS. 125 

Akerman (J. Y.), The Stone Worship of the Ancients, illustrated 
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Amboyna (Second Part of the Tragedy of), or Relation of a 
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Amboyna. — True Narrative of Injuries, &c., which the Hollanders 
have exercised against the English Nation in the East Indies, 
particularly the plundering and sinking the ^^ Dragon "" and 
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Anderson (Arthur), Observations on the Practicability of opening a 
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Anglo-Chinese CoUege founded at Malacca, 1818 (Account of). 

oVO. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ^"""^* xoXo 

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Anglo-Chinese College ; its Foundation, Subscribers, Laws, Sta- 
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Anti-Conversion Petition addressed to the Governor in Council of 
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containing Reasons against the Revolution in favour of the 
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Aroot. — ^Exposition of the Origin, Progress, and State of the 

Loans made to the Nabob of Arcot by British Subjects, from 

1760 to 1777 inclusive. 4to London, n. d. 

Arcot (A Letter from the Nabob of) to the Court of Directors ; 
with a State of Facts relative to Tanjore. 4to. London, 1777 

Arcot. — Impartial View of the Origin and Progress of the present 
Disputes in the East-India Company relative to Mahomed Ali, 
Nabob of Arcot and the Raja of Tanjore. 8vo. Edinb, 1777 

126 TRACTS. 

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to the Payment of the Private Debts of the Nabob of Arcot. 
4to. ••• ••• ••. ••• ••• London^ 1796 

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Arcot, since the Agreement between the East- India Company 
and the Creditors in 1805. (S copies) 8vo. London^ 1814 

Amot (Sandford), History of the Indian Press during the last Ten 
Years ; with a Biographical Notice of the Indian Cobbett and 
Notarial Documents. (S copies) 8va ••• London^ 1829 

Assam Company.-— Report made to the Shareholders in May 1841. 
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Assey (Chas.), On the Trade to China and the Indian Archipe- 
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Astronomical Society of London, Address of the, in January 18S0. 
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Auckland (Lord), Minute by, as Grovemor*Greneral on Native 
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Auckland (Lord) and Lord Ellenborougli, by a Bengal Civilian. 
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Authentic Papers respecting Indian Affairs, which have been 
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Avdall (Johannes), Census of the Armenian Population of Cal- 
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Baber (Thos. H.), Papers connected with the Case of, shewing his 
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Back (Capt. J.), Practical Instruction in the Art of Fencing with 
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Barber (Capt. Jas.), The Directors of the East-India Company 
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Barber (Capt. Jas.), Letter on the subject of Steam Navigation 
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TRACT& 127 

Barber (Capt. Jas.), Fhilojohannes Unmasked and the Truth Told, 
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Baring (Fr.), The Principle of the Commutation Act, established 
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Barrow (Wm.)) On the Expediency of Translating our Scriptures 
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Bateman (Josiah), La Martiniere; a Reply to the Statements 
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Becker (F. W.)> Letters to Dr. Thomson on the Causes and Pre- 
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B^gaL — Supplement to the Narrative of what happened in Beogal 
in 1760. 8vo London, 1764 

Bengali — Remarks on the Petition of the British Inhabitants of 
Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa to Parliament; with Appendix, 
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Bengal.-*— Account of the Proceedings of the States of HoUand, &c. 
on the complaint of Sir J. Yorke, concerning Hostilities eosa^ 
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BengaL— -Flan of Participation with the Fublick in the Revenues 
of Bengal, &c. fol. London, 1767 

Bengal. — Thoughts on our Acquisitions in the East Indies, parti- 
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Bengal. — Proceedings at Fort William respecting the Administra- 
tion of Justice among the Natives in Bengal ; with a Transla- 
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4ta JLondon, 1774 and 1776 

Bengal. — Proceedings of the Groyemor-Greneral in Council at Fort 
William respecting the Administration of Justice to» amongst 

the Natives in Bengal. 8vo London, 1175 

Bengal. — Memorial of the British Inhabitants of Bengal, 

128 TRACTS. 

Bahar, and Orissa to the Governor-Greneral and Council. 

4to. London^ IT79 

Betham (Capt. Jo.), His Trial at Bombay on Charges preferred 

against him by Sir Chas. Malcolm. 8vo. London^ 18^9 

Bill for regulating Qualifications of the Proprietors of East-India 

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Bill, with Amendments, for regulating the East-India Company'^s 

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Blackburn (J.), The Theory and Science of Naval Architecture. 

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Blane (Sir Gilb.), Statements of the comparative Health of the 

British Navy from 1779 to 1814. 8vo. London, 1815 

Bogle (G.), Letter to the Governor-General and Council, resign- 
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Bolt (Wm.), Extracts from the Public Advertiser, relative to the 

Oppressions Suffered in Bengal by him and his Armenian 

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Bombay (Annual Reports of the) Scottish Missionary Society for 

1833, 1844, 5, 6, and 1837. 8vo. ... Bombay, 1833 

Bombay Auxiliary Bible Society (The Second and Third Reports 

of). 8vo. .•• ... Bombay, 1816 

Bombay Auxiliary Bible Society (The Eighteenth Report of), 

1836. 8vo. Bombay, 1837 

Bombay Auxiliary Church of Scotland Missionary Society (Reports 

of), for 1836 and 1837. 8vo. ... Bombay, 1837 and 8 
Bombay Auxiliary Church Missionary Society (The Sixth Report 

of), for 1836. 8vo. Bombay, 1837 

Bombay and Bengal (Narrative of Events in), relative to the Mah- 

ratta Empire. 8vo. London, VTt^ 

Bombay Chamber of Commerce (Report for the Fourth Quarter 

of), 1839-40. 8vo. . Bombay, 1840 

Bombay Civil Service List, 81st of December, 1840. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1840 
Bombay Geographical Society (Proceedings of), June and August 

1839; Report on the Landed Tenures of Bombay. 8vo. 

Bombay. — Letters Patent Establishing New Courts of Judicature 
at Fort St. George and Bombay in 1798. 4to. London, 1798 
Bombay Literary Society (Proceedings of), December 1827. 4to. 

Bombay, 1827 
Bombay Medical Retiring Fund (The Rules of). 8vo. 

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TRACTS. 129 

Bombay. — Report of the Commerce of Bombay for the Year 

1887-8; with Tables shewing the extent of Trade carried on 

with each Country and State. 8vo. ••• Bombay^ 1838 

Bombay Seaman's Friend Society (Report of the), for 1836. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1836 
Bombay Temperance Society, Report of, for 1836. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1836 

Bombay Tract and Book Society, The Ninth Report of, for 1836. 

8yo. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• Bombay,\9Sn 

Boswell (Jas.), Letter to the People of Scotland on the Present 

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Bowen (John), Missionary Incitement and Hindoo Demoralization ; 
with Vindiciffi Seramporianae, a Review of Bowen, &c. 8vo. 

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Bowring (John), On the Oriental Plague and Quarantines. 8vo. 

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Braddock (J.), Guide to Chemical Testing and Analysis. 8vo. 

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Briggs, On the Land Tax of India (a Fragment). Svo. n. d. 

Britaine (Wm. De), The Dutch Usurpation ; or a brief View of 

the Behaviour of the States-General to the Kings of Great 

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British India.— -Addresses delivered before the Society of Friends 

at Bishopsgate-street, in June, 1839. 8vo. London, 1839 

British India, Notes on the Relations of, with some Countries 

West of the Indus. 8vo. London, 18S9 

British India Society, Speeches at the Formation of, July 1839* 

8vo. London, 1839 

British Possessions in India, Review of the Question concerning 

the Government of. 8vo. London, 1784 

British Territorial Possessions in the East Indies, Thoughts on 
Improving the Government of. 8vo. ... London, 1780 
British Territorial Possessions in Hindostan, Dissertation on the 
Defence of, by a Bengal Field Officer. 8vo. London, 1812 
British Territories in India, Strictures on the Present Govern- 
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Brodie (W. D.), Reply to the Calumnies and Misrepresentations 

contained in a Charge by Sir F. Macuaghtcn to the Grand 

Jury at Madras, in Jan. 1811. 8vo. ... London, 1812 

Brown (F. C)., Letters to and from the Government of Madras 

relative to the Disturbances in Canara, in April, 1837. 8vo. 

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130 TRACTS. 

Brown (Jas.), Tables of Exchanges of the Old and New Currencies 

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Bruce (Jo.), Report on the Negociation between the East-India 

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20 years, from March, 1794. 4to. ... London^ 1811 

Bruce (C. A.), An Account of the Manufacture of the Black Tea 

in Upper Assam, and Report on the Plantations of Tea and 

their Produce and its Manufacture. 8va Calcutta^ 1838-9 
Bruce (John), Substance of the Speech of, in the Committee of the 

House of Commons on India Affairs in May, 1813. 8vo. 

London^ 1813 
Bryce ( Jas.), On Idolatrous Practices in India. 8vo. London^ 1838 
Brydges (H. Jones), Letter to the Marquis Wellesley on the Pre- 
sent State of the British Interests and Affairs in Persia. 8vo. 

Londofiy N. n» 
Brydges (H. J.), Letter to the Court of Directors on the Ameers 

of Scinde. 8vo. London, 184jS 

Buckingham. — Statement of Facts relative to the Removal from 

India of Mr. Buckingham, Editor of the Calcutta Journal. 

4to. ... Calcutta, 1828 

Buckstone (Jo. B.), Luke the Labourer : a Domestic Melo-Drama. 

8vo. ... ... ... Afadro*, 1841 

Bullock (Capt. T. H.), The Chinese vindicated, or Another View of 

the Opium Question. 8vo. , IjmdoUj 1840 

Bullock. — Abstracts of Minutes in the Supreme Council of Bengal, 

on the Contracts for Draught and Carriage Bullocks. 8vo. 

IfOndxm, 1 780 
Burgess (Bp.), Motives to the Study of Hebrew. Part II. 12mo. 

London^ 1810 
Burke (Hon. Edm.), A Letter to, on the Report of the State of 

Justice in Bengal. 8vo. London, 1782 

Burke (Hon. E.), Letter to, on the Subject of his Charges against 

Warren Hastings. 8vo. London,Yl9& 

Butler (Prince), Querical Demonstration relating to the Bill for 

prohibiting East-India Silks and Printed Calicoes. foL 

London, n. d. 
Butler (Prince), Queries relating to the East-India Trade, fol. 

London, 1699 

Butler's (Prince) Tale representing the State of the Wool Case, or 

the East-India Case truly stated, in verse, fol. London, 1699 

By-Laws of the East-India Company, fol. ... London, "S. n. 

By-La^s proposed by the Governor, Deputy-Governor, and Com- 


mitte^ of Nine, and approved by the General Court of the 

East-India Company, January 1694-5. fol. London^ 1695 
By-Ldws, Constitutions, &c. of the English Company Trading to 

the East Indies, passed in 1699, with those proposed in 

March, 1709. fol. ... London^ 1709 

Cadell (W. A.), Description of the Hindoo Bellows, with Remarks 

on similar Bellows in Europe. 8vo. ••• ••• n. d. 

Cadell (W. A.), Description of some Idols in the Museum of the 

Royal Society of Edinburgh. 4to. ... Edinb. 1822 

Calcutta School-Book Society's Proceedings, the Ninth Report of, 

for 1830-31. 8vo. Calcutta, 1832 

Callery (M.), Voyage sur les Cotes de la Chine fait en 1838. 8vo. 

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Callicoes. — Reasons offered to the Consideration of Parliament for 

advancing the intended Additional Duty upon East -India 

Callicoes. fol. 1720 

Campbell (L. D.), Letter to a Member of Parliament on the " Arti- 
cles of Charge" against Marquis Wellesley. 8vo. 

London, 1808 
Campbell (L. D.), Vindication of the Wellesley Policy during the 

Wars in Hindostan and the Deccan. 4to. London^ 1806 

Calvert (Capt.), Extracts of Letters received by him from Fort St. 

George, from Gen. Jos. Smith, &c., for his gallant Conduct on 

the Coast of Choromandel. 8vo n. d. 

Cargoes of the Halifax, Union, Great London, Sec, from Bengal. 

fol. ••• London, 1707 

Carr (Thos.), Sermon preached at the Primary Visitation holden at 

Bombay, December, 1835. 8vo. ... Bombay, 1836 

Carr (Bp. Thos.), Sermon on the Death of Sir Robt. Grant, in 

July, 1888. 8vo. Bombay, 1838 

Carr (Bp. Thos.), Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of 

Bombay and at Poona, August 2bd and 8th, 1838. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1839 
Carter (W. B.), Remarks on the Anglo- Asiatic Society of British 

India. 8vo. London, 1822 

Carter (Wm. G.), Serious Reflections on the Cessation of Life and 

the Immortality of the Soul. 8vo. ... Bombay, 183S 

Case of the East-India Company, as stated and proved at the Bar 

of the House of Lords, 15th and 16th December, 1783. 8vo. 

London, 1784 
Catalogue of Damages for which the English demand Reparation 

from the United Netherlands. 4to. ••• London, 1664 

132 TRACTS. 

Catalogue of Goods saved out of the Pheuix, for sale at the East- 
India House, 18th May, 1680. fol 1680 

Catalogue of the Asiatic Society"*s Library. 8vo. Calcutta^ 1835 

Catalogue of the Chinese Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, by 
S. Eidd. 8vo London, 18S8 

Catalogue of the Library of the Bombay Branch of the Royal 
Asiatic Society (Supplement to). 8vo. Bombay, 1837 

Catalogue of the Library of the East-India College, 1821. Svo. 

Haileyhury, 1821 

Catalogue of the Library of Wm. Platel, of Peterboro', with his 
Collections of Oriental MSS. and Coins, sold by Leigh and 
Sotheby, in December, 1810. 8vo. ..• London, 1810 

Catalogue of Oriental MSS. and printed Books, sold by Auction, 
by Mr. Sotheby, in July, 1824. Svo. London, 1824 

Catalogue of the valuable and curious Collection of MSS. collected 
in Hindostan by Dr. S. Guise, with his Library, sold by 
Sotheby, in July, 1812. (2 C(ypie9) Svo. London, 1812 

Caulfield (Col. J.), Letter to the President of the Board of Con- 
trol, on Indian Affairs. Svo. ... ••• London, 1838 

Causidicus. — Two Letters to C. P. Cooper on the Appointment of 
a permanent Judge in the Court of Chancery in the Place of 
the Lord Chancellor. Svo. London, 1885 

Charter granted by Charles II. to the East-India Company, 3rd 
April, 1661. fol. London, 1661 

Charter to the East-India Company, granted by James the Second 
12th April, 1686. fol London,1686 

Charter of William and Mary, granted to the East-India Company, 
11th November, 1693. fol London, 1693 

Charter of the East-India Company granted in the first of Queen 
Anne. 4to. London, 1702 

Charter of the Bank of Bengal, being Act 6 of 1839 of the Go- 
vernment of India. Svo. Calcutta, 1839 

Charter. — Debates at the East-India House on the general Princi- 
ples of the Company's new Charter ; also upon the important 
Services of Marquis Coruwallis. 4to. ... London, 1793 

Charter. — Monopoly no Nuisance. A Defence of the East-India 
Company, shewing the Reasons why they are entitled to a 
new Charter. Svo. London, 1808 

Charter (Remarks on the) of the East-India Company. Svo. 

Cambridge, 1 813 

Charter Question (The East-India), a Collection of 40 Pamphlets 
on, in 1812 and 13. 6 vols. Svo. ... London, 1812-18 

Charter.— iScc Renewal. 

TRACTS. 183 

Chartered Rights ; or an Effort in Behalf of the East-India Com- 
pany and the Nation. 4to. Landoti^ 1802 

China. — Facts relative to the China Trade, shewing its Importance 
to this Country and the Inexpediency of its remaining exclu- 
sively in the Hands of the East-India Company. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1813 

China, Remarks on Free Trade to. 8vo. ... London^ 1830 

China. — The Second Report of the Society for the Diffusion of 

Useful Knowledge in China. (2 copies) 8vo. Canton^ 1837 

China. — ^A Voice for China to my Countrymen, the Government, 

and my Church. 8vo ... London^ 1840 

China. — Brief Observations respecting the pending Disputes with 

the Chinese. 8vo London^ 1840 

China. — A Digest of the Despatches on China, with a connecting 

Narrative and Comments. 8vo London, 184X) 

China. — Narrative of Events at Canton, 1834-9, being an Abridg- 
ment of the Correspondence relating to China presented to Par- 
liament. 8vo. • Londouy 1840 

China, The Rupture with, and its Causes ; including the Opium 

Question. 8vo London, 1840 

Chinese Commerce, Facts relating to. 8vo. ... London, 1829 
Chinese Mission and Anglo-Chinese College. (Missionary Sketches, 

Nos. IX. and XXVIII.) 8vo London, n. d. 

Chinese Monopoly examined. 8vo London, 1830 

Chinnery (Capt. W. C), His Defence on his Trial in 1839. 8vo. 

Madras, 1839 
Christian Knowledge, Design of the Society for Promoting. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1836 
Christian Researches in South India in 18^3-8. 12mo. 

London, 1834 

Christianity in India, Letters between Laicus and an East-India 

Proprietor as they appeared in the Times Newspaper on. 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Church Patronage. — Letter to a Friend in England on the State 

and Patronage of the Church in India. 8vo. London, 1829 

Circuits (Committee of). Plan for the Administration of Justice; 

with Mr. Hastings^s Letter to the Directors on this Subject. 

fol. London, 1772 

Clark (John), Answer to Shaw's Inquiry into the Authenticity of 

the Poems ascribed to Ossian. 8vo. ••• London, 1781 

Claughton (Piers C), Prize Essay read at Oxford in 1837, on 

the Promulgation bf the Religion of Mohammed. 8vo. 

Oaford, 18^7 

134 TRACTS. 

Clifford (Lord), Letters on East^India Affairs, together with 
various Documents alluded to. 8vo. ••. London^ 1841 

Clifford (Lord), << Roman Catholics in India ;'^ Speeches on the 
alleged Grievances of Roman Catholics at Madura : and on 
presenting the Petition of Peter Grordon ; with Lord Ellen- 
borough"*s Reply. 8vo London^ 1841 

Clive (Lord), Letter to the Proprietors of East-India Stock, 1764. 
(2 copies) 8vo« ' London^ MM 

Clive (Lord), A Letter to the East-India Proprietors upon the 
Question of Granting to Lord Clive 1^800,000. 8vo. 

London^ 1767 

Clive (Lord), Extracts of Letters from in 1766; and Minutes of 
Select Committee, 1768, concerning Restitution, fol. 

London^ 1769 

Clive (Lord), Speech in House of Commons, 30th March, 1772, 
for leave to bring a Bill for Better Regulation of the East- 
India Company's Affairs, fee. (2 copies) 8vo. and 4to. 

London^ 1772 

Clive (Lord), Letter to the Court of Directors, 1801. 4to. 

London^ 1803 

Clymer (Greo.l, Testimonials respecting his Patent Columbian 
Printing Press. 8vo. ••• ... ••• London^ 182S 

Coal. — Reports of a Committee for investigating the Coal and 
Mineral Resources of India. (2 copies) 8vo. Calcutta^ 1838 

Cockbum (Sir Jas.), Plan for Increasing the Capital, &c. of the 
East-India Company, fol. London, n. d. 

Colleges and Schools. — Suggestions to the Masters of Colleges and 
Schools, under the Committee of Public Instruction, Fort Wil- 
liam. 8vo. ••• .*• *.. ... Calcutta, 1842 

Collard (P. Royer), La Commission des Archives d"*Angleterre aux 
Savans et Antiquaires Fran9ais. 8vo. ... Paris, 1834 

Colson's (The Four Sisters), Most Deplorable Case of the Planters 
on the Idand of St. Helena, presented to Parliament, fol. 

London, 1690 

Commerce. — The Provision of Investment, 1767 to 1825. 4to- n. d. 

Commission for Superintending and Regulating the Company^s 
Affairs in the East Indies, fol. ... London, 1773 

Commodities from East Indies prohibited and others that will 
•come in room of them. fol. ••* n. i>. 

Conduct of the East-India Company. {No Title, commencing at 
page 9*) 8vo. ••. ... ... ..• ••• n. d. 

Congreve (Lieut. H.), Letter to Sir J. L. Lushington, on the Sys- 
tem of Telegraphs in India. 8vo. ••• London, 184^ 

TRACTS. 135 

Conquest of Peru and Mexico, by the Moguls in the Thirteenth 
Century (Supplement to). 8vo London j 1831 

Considerations on the East^Ihdia Bill now depending in Parlia- 
ment. Svo. London^ 1779 

Conversation on the present Crisis of the Important Trade with the 
East Indies. Svo. London j 181 S 

Conwell (W. E. E.), Recherches sur les Proprietes Medicinales et 
l^Emploi en Medecine de THuile de Croton Tiglium, et quelques 
Propositions sur les Maladies de ITnde. (2 copies) 4to. 

Paria, 1824 

Cooke (Wm.), The Case of, fairly stated ; comprehending a Nar- 
rative of the Frauds committed by the Native Servants in the 
Grain Department. 8vo. ••• ••• London, n. d. 

Cooper (C. P.), Substance of Speech as Counsel for the Rev. C. 
Wellbeloved, respecting Lady Hewley's Foundation. Svo. 

London, 1834 

Corbjrn (Fred.), On the Constitution of the Medical Departments 
of hiis Majesty's and the East-India Company's Services. Svo. 

Calcutta, 1837 

Cordage.-— Remarks on the Patent Cordage made by Messrs. Hud- 
dart and Co., Limehouse, and on Common Cordage. 4to. 

London, 1800 

Correspondence of Messrs. Abbott, Parry, and Maitland with the 
Court of Directors of East-India Company on the Subject of 
Protest signed by two distinguished Members of the Court. 
Svo. ••• ••• .,. •«• ••• London, 1813 

Corygaum (Sketch of the Column at). Svo. Madras, 1839 

Cotton. — Some Remarks on the Cotton of the Province of Guzerat 
in the East Indies. Svo. • London, 1822 

Cotton (The) Trade of India. Two Parts. Svo. London, 1839 

Cotton. — Pfi^rs and Report on the Cultivation of Cotton in 
India. Svo. London, 1840 

Cunningham (J. W.), Essay on the Duty, Means, and Conse- 
quences of introducing the Christian Religion among the 
Natives of India. Svo London, 1S08 

Curtis (T. A.), State of the Question of Steam Communication 
with India vid the Red Sea. Svo. .,• London, 1839 

Dallas (Greo.), Speech at Calcutta respecting Petitions praying 
Redress against an Act of Parliament, the 24th of George III. 
Svo. ... ... Calcutta, 1785 

Dalrymple (Alexander), Full and clear Proof that the Spaniards 
can have no claim to Balambangan. Svo. London, 1774 

136 TRACTS. 

Dalryinple (A.), to East-India Proprietors respecting his Dismissal 
and Restoration. 4to London^ 1775 

Dalrymple (A.), On the Case of Lord Pigot. 4to. London^ 1777 

Dalrymple (A.), Letter to the Court of Directors, dated Alexandria, 
19th January, 1777. 4to. London, ITIK 

Dalrymple (A.), Account of the Loss of the Grosvenor East- 
Indiaman, in 1782, with a Relation of Events which befel 
the Survivors. 8vo. London, 1783 

Dalrymple (A.), Short Account of the Gentoo Mode of collecting 
the Revenues on the Coast of Coromandel. 8vo. 

London, 1783 

Dalrymple (A.), Fair State of the Case between the East-India 
Company and the Owners of Ships in their Service. Svo. 

London, 1786 

Dalrymple (A.), Five Tracts, viz. Memoir concerning a Survey of 
the Chagos and adjacent Islands, and Memoir on Watering 
the Circars, with Appendix and Memoir of a Chart of the 
North-West Coast of Madagascar and Comoro Islands. 
Inlvol.4to. 1786-1806 

Dalrymple (A.), Fragment on the India Trade, written in 1791. 
8vo. London, 1797 

Dalrymple (A.), On the Copper Coinage wanted for the Circars. 
8vo. ... London, 1794 

Dangers of British India from French Invasion and Missionary 
Establishments. Svo London, 180S 

Davis (GrifRths), Report of the Bengal Medical Retiring Fund. 
Svo. London, 1839 

Davis (J. F.), On the Chinese Year. 4to. ... London, 1823 

Dealtry (W.), Discourse delivered before the Church Missionary 
Society for Africa and the East in 1813. Svo. 

London, 1813 

Debates and Proceedings in ParUament in 1694-5, upon the In- 
quiry into the late Briberies and corrupt Practices, &c. with 
Supplement. 4to. London, 1695 

Debates in the Asiatic Assembly. (3 copies) Svo. London, 1767 

Debate, The Adjourned, at the India-House, on an Address to his 
Majesty, oflFering to raise three Regiments for the Public 
Service. 4to. ... .•. London, 1794 

Debate at the East-India House at Special Court in April, 180% 
on Subject of the Private Trade. 4to. London, 1802 

Declaration of Lords and Commons of England to States of 
United^Provinces. 4to ,,. London, 1642 

TRACTS, 137 

J)eclaration of the Parliament of England to the States of the 
United Provinces, concerning the last Embassy into England. 
4to.. .,• ... ••• ... ••• London^ 1645 

Declaration of the Parliament of the Common Wealth of Eng- 
land, relating to the Affairs and Proceedings between them 
and the States General ; with a Narrative of the late Engage- 
ment between the English and Holland Fleets. 4to. 

London^ 1652 

Declaration (Answer to the) of the imaginary Parliament, &c., 
concerning the Affairs betwixt them of England and the States 
General. 4to. Rotterdam^ 1652 

Deed for Continuing the Madras Civil Fund, dated July 1814, 
and May I8I3. . 4to Madras^ 1838 

Dempster^s Plan. — An Estimate of Savings to be made by the East- 
India Company before the end of 1776. fol. ... n. d. 

Desh-u-Lubun (Ocharik), Letter to the Author of a " View of 
the present State and future Prospects of the Free Trade and 
Colonization of India.^ 8vo London^ 1^0 

Detector's Letters on the Administration of Justice in Bengal, &c. 
as published in the Morning Herald of 1782. 4to. 

London^ 1782 

Detector's Letter to the Proprietors of the East-India Stock. 8vo. 

London, 1783 

Dillon (Cbeval.), Conquest of Siberia and History of the Trans- 
actions, Wars, Commerce, &c. between Russia and China, 
from the earliest period ; translated from the Russian of G. F. 
Muller and P. S. Pallas. 8vo London, 1843 

Dinwiddie (Jas.), Analysis of a Course of Lectures in Experimental 
Philosophy. 8vo. Calcutta, \^\ 

Dissents oi' Protests of E. Parry, G. Smith, and other Directors 
of the East-India Company against the Resolutions of the 
Court, recalling Lord Minto, Sir G. Nugent, and Sir G. Bar- 
low. 8vo. ... ••• London, 1813 

Dodwell (Geo.), Letter to Proprietors relative to his Claims on the 
East-India Company. (2 copies) 8vo, London, 1777 

Doveton (Lieut.-Col. Jo.), Proceedings of a General Court-Mar- 
tial on ; as also his Memorial to the Court of Directors. 8vo. 

London, 1810 

Dow^ing (Sir Geo.), A Discourse written by, to States of United 
Provinces. 4to. ... ... ... ... London, \6G^ 

Downing (Sir Geo.), Reply to the Remarks of the Deputies of the 
Estates General to his Memorial. 4to. ... London, 1665 

Draper XCqI.), Answer to the Spanish Arguments claiming the 

136 TRACTS. 

Dalrymple (A.), to East-India Proprietors respecting his Dismissal 
and Restoration. 4to London^ 1775 

Dalrymple (A.), On the Case of Lord Pigot. 4to. London^ 1777 

Dalrymple (A.), Letter to the Court of Directors, dated Alexandria, 
19th January, 1777. 4to. London^ ITll 

Dalrymple (A.), Account of the Loss of the Grosvenor East- 
Indiaman, in 1782, with a Relation of Events which befel 
the Survivors. 8vo. London^ 1785 

Dalrymple (A.), Short Account of the Gentoo Mode of collecting 
the Revenues on the Coast of Coromandel. 8vo. 

London^ 1783 

Dalrymple (A.), Fair State of the Case between the East-India 
Company and the Owners of Ships in their Service. Svo. 

London, 1786 

Dalrymple (A.), Five Tracts, viz. Memoir concerning a Survey of 
the Chagos and adjacent Islands, and Memoir on Watering 
the Circars, with Appendix and Memoir of a Chart of the 
North-West Coast of Madagascar and Comoro Islands. 
In 1 vol. 4to. 1786-1806 

Dalrymple (A.), Fragment on the India Trade, written in 1791. 
Svo. icmdow, 1797 

Dalrymple (A.), On the Copper Coinage wanted for the Circars. 
Svo. ... London, 1794 

Dangers of British India from French Invasion and Missionary 
Establishments. Svo London, 180S 

Davis (Griffiths), Report of the Bengal Medical Retiring Fund. 
Svo. London, 1839 

Davis (J. F.), On the Chinese Year. 4to. ... London, 1823 

Dealtry (W.), Discourse delivered before the Church Missionary 
Society for Africa and the East in 1813. Svo. 

London, 1813 

Debates and Proceedings in Parliament in 1694-5, upon the In- 
quiry into the late Briberies and corrupt Practices, &c with 
Supplement. 4to. London, 1695 

Debates in the Asiatic Assembly. (3 copies) Svo. London, 1767 

Debate, The Adjourned, at the India-House, on an Address to his 
Majesty, oflFering to raise three Regiments for the Public 
Service. 4to. ... ••• London, 1794 

Debate at the East-India House at Special Court in April, 1802, 
on Subject of the Private Trade. 4to. London, 1802 

Declaration of Lords and Commons of England to States of 
United" Provinces. 4to ,. London, 1642 

TRACTS. 137 

J)eclaration of the Parliament of England to the States of the 
United Provinces, concerning the last Embassy into England. 
4to.. ••• ... ... ••• ••• London, 1645 

Declaration of the Parliament of the Common Wealth of Eng- 
land, relating to the Affairs and Proceedings between them 
and the States General ; with a Narrative of the late Engage- 
ment between the English and Holland Fleets. 4to. 

London, 1652 

Declaration (Answer to the) of the imaginary Parliament, &c., 
concerning the Affairs betwixt them of England and the States 
General. 4to. Rotterdam, 1652 

Deed for Continuing the. Madras Civil Fund, dated July 1814, 
andMaylSlQ. . 4to Madras, 1838 

Dempster^s Plan. — An Estimate of Savings to be made by the East- 
India Company before the end of 1776. fol. ... n. d. 

Desh-u-Lubun (Ocharik), Letter to the Author of a " View of 
the present State and future Prospects of the Free Trade and 
Colonization of India.^ 8vo Zo/idow, 1830 

Detector's Letters on the Administration of Justice in Bengal, &c. 
as published in the Morning Herald of 1782. 4to. 

London, 1782 

Detector^s Letter to the Proprietors of the East-India Stock. 8vo. 

London, 1783 

Dillon (Cbeval.), Conquest of Siberia and History of the Trans- 
actions, Wars, Commerce, §cc. between Russia and China, 
from the earliest period ; translated from the Russian of G. F. 
Muller and P. S. Pallas. 8vo London, 1843 

Dinwiddie (Jas.), Analysis of a Course of Lectures in Experimental 
Philosophy. 8vo. ... Calcutta, 1801 

Dissents oi' Protests of E. Parry, G. Smith, and other Directors 
of the East-India Company against the Resolutions of the 
Court, recalling Lord Minto, Sir G. Nugent, and Sir G. Bar- 
low. 8vo. ... London, 1813 

Dodwell (Geo.), Letter to Proprietors relative to his Claims on the 
East-India Company. (2 copies) 8vo, London, 1777 

Doveton (Lieut.-Col. Jo.), Proceedings of a General Court-Mar- 
tial on ; as also his Memorial to the Court of Directors. 8vo. 

London, 1810 

Downing (Sir Geo.), A Discourse written by, to States of United 
Provinces. 4to. ... ... London, \GQ^ 

Downing (Sir Geo.), Reply to the Remarks of the Deputies of the 
Estates General to his Memorial. 4to. ... London, 1665 

Draper (,Cq1.), Answer to the Spanish Arguments claiming the 


'^Galevn,'" and refusing Payment of the Ransom Bills for. 
8vo. London^ 1764 

Dundas (Hon. H.), Letters upon an Open Trade to India. 8vo. 

LondoHj 181S 

Dundonald (Archibald, Earl of), Memorial and Petition to the 
Court of Directors in behalf of his Brother Basil Cochrane. 
4to. Londofh 1786 

Dupleix (Sieur), Reponse Preparatoireau MSmoire de laCompagnie 
des Indes. 4to. Paris j 1768 

East-India Affairs, some Conversations touching, fol. 

London^ 1689 

East-India Affairs, Reflections on. 8va ••• London^ 1783 

East-India College, Regulations of. 8vo. ••• Londofh 1810 

East-India College.— Address to the Proprietors of East-India 
Stock on the late Transactions at the East-India Collie at 
Haileybury. 8vo. London, 18S8 

East-India College. — Letter to the Chairman and Court of Direc- 
tors of the East-India Company on their College at Hailey- 
bury. 8vo. London^ 182S 

East-India Companies Old and New — Account of what has 
passed in the Treaty between the, towards an Agreement, foL 


East-India Companies Old and New. — Relation of what has passed 
between the English Company and the Company of Merchants 
Trading to the East Indies, touching an Agreement between 
both Companies, fol London, 1698 

East-India Companies New and Old, Dialogue between Members 
of the. fol. London, 1699-1700 

East-India Company. — Case of the English Company Trading to 
the East Indies, fol London, n. i>* 

East-India Company. — Equitable Considerations respecting the 
Controversie between the East*India Company and the New 
Subscribers or Petitioners against them. fol. London, n. i>. 

East-India Company, The Conduct of. 8vo. ••• n. d» 

East-India Company. — Answer to all Material Objections to it 
fol. ... ... ••• .•• ... Jaondon, 1698 

East-India Company*s Answer to the Petition of Charles Price and 
others, fol. London, 1689 

East-India Company's Answer to the Two Papers of Mr. Sam. 
White, fol. ••• London,\Q8Q 

East-India Company versus Sandys, Arguments of the Lord Chief 
Justice of the Court of King's Bench concerning the Great 
Case of Monopolies, fol. Loncbm, 1689 


East-India Company. — Extracts pf Proceedings in Parliament re- 
lating to the. foL London^ 169S 

East-India Company. — Account of some Transactions in the House 
of Commons and before the Privy Council relating to the late 
East-India Company, and with the New Charter. 4to. 

London^ 1693 

East-India Company.— Letter to a Lord concerning a Bill to In- 
corporate the Old. foL London^ 1 698 

East^India Company. — A Reply on behalf of the, to a Paper of 
Complaints commonly called the IS Articles, fol. 

London^ 1693 

East-India Company. — Reasons against grafting upon or confirm- 
ing the Present East-India Company, fol. ... 1693 

East-India Company. — Answer to the Case of the Old East-India 
Company as represented by themselves to the Lords in Par- 
liament. 4to. London, 1700 

East- India Company. — Relative to the Rise and Progress of the, 
shewing how it is prejudicial to the Manufactures of England, 
fol London^nOl 

East-India Company, The Case of the, in 1 707. fol. London, 1712 

East-India Company. — ^Defence of the East-India Company and 
their Servants against the Complaints of the Dutch East-India 
Company. 4to. London, 1762 

East-India Company. — State of their Affairs with View to the 
Intended Bill for Regulating the Dividend, December 1767. 
8vo. ... ••• ... ... ... London, nGS 

East-India Company. — The Rights of. 8vo. 1773 

East-India Company. — State of the, with an Examination of the 
Propositions before the Proprietors. 8vo. London, 1780 

East-India Company. — Reflections on the Present State of. 8vo. 

London, 1783 

East-India Company. — The Case of, as Stated and Proved at the 
Bar of the House of Lords, in December 1783, against the 
then pending Bill. 8vo. London, n84i 

East-India Company of Scotland.*— An Act of the Parliament of 
Scotland for erecting an East-India Company in that King- 
dom, fbl. ••• ••• ... ... ... Edinb. 1695 

East-India Company of Scotland. — Letter from a Member of the 
Parliament of Scotland to his Friend concerning their late 
Act foi* establishing a Company Trading to the East Indies, 
fol. London, 1695 

East-India Examiner, Reprinted from the Original Papers of that 
Periodical. 8vo. London, 1766 

140 TRACTS; 

East-India Monopoly, Letters on the, published in the Glasgow 
Chronicle. 8vo. ' Glasgow^ 1812 

East-India Monopoly, Letters on the. (2«d seriea) Svo. 

Glasgow, 1813 

East-India Monopoly, Judgment on the. A practical Paraphrase 
of a late Edinburgh Review. 4to. ... London^lSlS 

East-India Monopoly. — An Inquiry into some of the principal 
Monopolies of the East- India Company. Svo. 

London, 1S30 

East-India Question. — Abstract of Minutes of Evidence in the 
House of Commons on the Affairs of the East-India Company. 
Nos. I. to X. Svo. London, 1813 

East-India Question. — Four Letters respecting the Claims of the 
East-India Company for a Renewal of their exclusive Privi- 
leges. Svo. ... London, 1813 

!East- India Question (The) fairly stated. Svo. London, 1831 

East-India Question. — Opinions on the Subject of the East-India 
Question, by an OfBcer of Thirty Years' Residence in Bengal. 

OVO. ••• i»» ••• ... ... ..• ..i Pi. V* 

East-India Stock Company, A Scheme for establishing a New, in 
a Letter to a Member of Parliament. Manuscript, fol. 1690 

East-India Trade. — Abstract of several Acts of Parliament for 
securing to the East*India Company the Trade to the East 
Indies, fol. London, v. J>: 

East-India Trade. — Letters to Mr. John Pitt on the Proposal of 
an Open Trade to India, fol. ... . . . • London, n. d. 

East-India Trade. — Answer to Objections against restraining the 
East-India Trade ; with Five Queries, fol. London, N. d. 

East-India Trade, Treatise touching the ; or a Discourse concern- 
ing the Establishment of a French Company for the Commerce 
of the East Indies ; with the Articles and Conditions of said 
Company. 4to. ... ... London, 1664 

East-India Trade, Treatise on ; shewing that it is the most Na- 
tional of all Foreign Trades, &c. 4to. ••• London, 1681 

East-India Trade. — Treatise demonstrating that the East-India 
Trade is the most National of all Foreign Trades, &c. Svo. 

London, 1681 

East-India Trade. — The Turkey Company and others. Allega- 
tions against the East-India Company relating to the Manage- 
ment of that Trade, with the Answer. foL London, 1681 

East-India Trade, A Brief State of the, as it« relates to othe^ 
Branches of British Commerce, fol. ••• London, 1693 

East-India Trade, Discourse concerning the, wherein is shewed 

TRACTS. 141 

that the said Trade may be carried on by a regulated Com- 
pany to much greater advantage of the publick than by a 
Company with a Joint Stock. 4to. ... London^ 1693^ 

East-India Trade, A Letter to a Member of Parliament concerning 
the. 4to. ... London, 1693 

East-India Trade. — The Linen-Drapers and Others. Considerations 
offered to Parliament against the Bill for the Employment of 
the Poor and encouraging the Manufactures of this Kingdom, 
fol. London, 1693 

East-India Trade, Bemarks on the Complaints against the, as pre- 
judicial to this Nation, fol. ... ••• London, 1693 

East-India Trade. — The Case of the separate Traders to the East 
Indies, which are not in the Grand Monopoly, fol. 

London, 1693 

East-India Trade, Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his 
Friend in London on the. fol London, 1694 

East-India Trade, Letter to d Friend concerning. 4to. 

London, 1696 

East-India Trade, Proposals for settling the. 4to. London, 1696 

East-India Trade.— Treatise concerning the Regulation of the Coin 
of England and how the East-India Trade may be preserved 
and increased. 4to. ••• London, 1696 

East-India Trade. — Considerations shewing the Justice and Equity 
of the present intended Establishment of the East-India Trade 
as it respects the Old Company, fol. ... London, 1697 

East-India Trade. — Ten Considerations in favour of the East-India 
Company, fol. ... ... ... ••• London, 1697 

East-India Trade. — Considerations about the Property the East- 
India Company claim in the Trade thither. 4to. 

London, 1698 

East-India Trade. — Letter from a Lawyer concerning the East- 
India Stock, and the Project of uniting the New and Old 
Companies. 4to. ••• London, 1698 

East-India Trade. — The Clauses of an Act for raising Two Mil- 
lions, and for settling the Trade to the East Indies, fol. 

London, 1699 

East-India Trade. — England's Almanac ; shewing how the East- 
India Trade is prejudicial to this Kingdom, fol. 

London, 1700 

East-India Tradie.— Letter of a Burgher of Amsterdam, in Answer 
to the Arguments of Mr. Nenny concerning the Trade to the 
East Indies. 4to. London, 1724 

East-India Trade.~The Right of the privileged East-India* Com- 


pany of the United Netherlands to trade to the East Indies 
asserted. 4to London^ 1724 

East-India Trade, Considerations on the Nature and Importance of. 
8vo. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• London^ \79S 

East-India Trade, Reflections on the State of the, and Proposition 
to render it of more general benefit to the British Nation. 8vo. 

EdifA. 1769 

East-India Trade and its Importance to this Kingdom, with a Com- 
parative View of the Dutch, French, and English East-India 
Companies. (2 copies) 8vo London^ 1770 

East-India Trade. — Receipts and Disbursements on the East-India 
Company's Trade for Eleven Years, from 1762 to 1772. fol. 

London^ 1772 

East-India Trade. — Essay on the Rights of the East*India Com- 
pany to the Perpetuity of their Trade, with a Short Plan for 
the Division of Profits. Svo. .,. ... London, 1776 

East-India Trade. — Five Letters from a Free Merchant in Bengal 
to Warren Hastings on Decline of the Export Trade, and a 
Plan for restoring it. Svo. London^ 1778 

East-India Trade. — ^Reflections on the present State of the East- 
India Trade, and Proposals to render it of more general benefit 
to the British Nation without changing the System. Svo. 

London, 1779 

Eastwick (Capt. W.), Speech at Court of Proprietors on the Case 
of the Ameers of Sinde, 26th January, 1844. Svo. 

London, 1844 

Edinburgh Review (The) Refuted, being an Exposure of Mis- 
statements in the Leading Article of No. 104, entitled, ** The 
East-India Company China Question.^ Svo. London, 1831 

Education in England, Recent Measures for the Promotion of. Svo. 

London, 1839 

Education. — Letters of T. on the Employment of the English Lan- 
guage as a Medium for Native Education. Svo. Calcutta, 1834 

Education. — The First and the Twentieth Report of the Society 
for Promoting the Education of the Poor within the Govern- 
ment of Bombay. (2 copies of 20/A Report) Svo. 

Bombay, 1816 and SS 

Education,. Three Reports on State of, in Bengal and Behai 
(W. Adam) Calcutta, 1S35-S 

Education, Reports on, by the Committee of Public Instruction, 
Bengal, 1835 to 1843-4. 4 vols. Svo. Calcutta, 1836, &c 

Education. — Minute of the Governor-General on Native Education. 

OVO. ••• ••« ... ... ..a «.. ,.. LOuQ 


Egyptian Society, Notice of. 8vo. Cairo, 1836 

EU^iborough (Lord), Notes on the Report of his Speech, Septem- 
ber 23, 1841. 8vo. London^ 18^1 

Ellis (Hen.), Letter on the East-India Question, addressed to the 

Members of both Houses of Parliament. 8vo. London^ 1830 

Enquirer (The), Nos. I. to VI., from January to June 1835. 8vo. 

Calcutta, 1835 

Enquiry into the Policy of making Conquests for the Mahometans 

in India by the British Arms, in Answer to <^ Considerations 

on the Conquest of Tanjore*^ 4to. ••• London, 1779 

Eo-Nauts, or Spirit of Delusion ; a Poem by Lemuel GuUiver, 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Episcopal Establishment for British India, Cursory Remarks on 
the jm>po8ed Measure of an. Sto. ••• Owford, 1813 

Examinations and Informations of Sir Thomas Cooke and others 
touching indirect practices to procure a New Charter for the 
East-India Company, with Articles of Impeachment of Duke 
of Leeds. 4to. London, 1695 

Fbtt (J.), Letter to the East-India Proprietors, with Alderman 
Le Mesurier'*s Protest against the Contract for Shipping. 8vo. 

London, 1793 

Fisher (T.), Notice of Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered in 
Leadenhall-Street. 4to. London, 1804 

Fletcher (Sir R.), The Case of; with his Court-Martial. (2 copies) 
8vo. .•• ••• ••• ••• ••• London, n. n. 

Forbes (Duncan), On the Ancient Languages of Gaul, Britain^ 
and Ireland. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• n. d. 

Francis (Sir Philip), Speech in the House of Commons, 7th March, 
1786, on India Affairs. 8vo. London, 1786 

Francis (Sir P.), Speeches in the House of Commons on the War 
against the Mahrattas. 8vo. London, 1805 

Francis (Sir P.), Letter to Lord Viscount Howick on the State of 
the East-India Company. 8vo. ••• London, 1807 

Francken (C. W.), Narrative of the Loss of the Ship Cabalva in 
the Indian Ocean in 1818. 8vo. ••• London, 1819 

Free Inquiry into the various Causes of the Alarming State of our 
Affairs in the East Indies; with Observations respecting 
Hyder Aly. 8to. London, 1783 

Free Trade.--*- Demonstration of the Necessity and Advantages of 
a Free Trade to the East Indies, and of a Termination to the 
present Monopoly. 8vo. London, IQOTt 

Free Trade; or^ an Inquiry into the Pretensions of the East-India 

144 TRACTS. 

Company to the Exclusive Trade of the Indian and 

Seas. Svo. London 

Free Trade. — An Enquiry into the true State of the Quest 

issue between his Majesty^s Ministers and the East-Indij 

pany. Svo. , London 

Frost (John), Oration before the Medico-Botanical Soci 

London in 1S27. 4to. ... London 

Fry (Wm. S.), Facts and Evidence relating to the Opium 

with China. Svo. »•• London 

Fuller (And.), Apology for the late Christian Missions to 

ia 8 Parts. Svo. ... Dunatabh 

Gilbert (Thos.), Voyage from New South Wales to Can 

17S8. 4to. London 

Gleanings from the Asiatic Rese^ches respecting the Tern 

Jagha-Nauth and SomarNauth. Svo. ... London 
Goode (Amb.), The Love of God ; a Sermon. Svo. 

Groode (A.), Sermons on the Loye of God and on the Edu 

of the Poor. Svo. Bombay, 

Goojurat Auxiliary Missionary Society, The Seventh Repc 

O VO. ••• ••• ••• .*• ... a3 JJvI CuLj 

Gordon (Peter), Fragment of the Journal of a Tour th 

Persia in 1S20. . 2 Parts in 1. . 12mo. .... London^ 
Gt)re (Mont), Remarks on the Foreign Relations of Engla 

the present Crisis. Syo, ••• . ••• »•• London^ 
Gospel in India. — Thoughts on the Necessity, Safety, and Pc 

Advantage qf .Propagating the Gospel in India. Svo. 

Gothofired (Jacob), The History of the United Provin< 

Achaia, translated by Hen. Stubbe. 4to. London^ 

Government. — The present System of our East-India Gover 

and Commerce considered. Svo. ... London^ 

Graeco-Bactrian Coins, from the Proceedings of the Numii 

Society of London, 1837-8. Svo. ... London^ 

Greenwood (John), Memorial .to the Court of East- India Dir< 

4to. ••• ••• ••• ••• ... London^ 

Grenville (Lord), Speech on the Marquis Wellesley's Moti( 

the Production of certain Papers on Indian Affairs. Sv( 

Griffin (Thos.), Appeal to the Lords of the Admiralty again 

Sentence passed on him at a Court-Martial, December. 

Svo, ••• .,, ,... .. ;.,, ... LondoHy 

TRACTS. 145 

Griffiths (J.), Description of a Rare Species of Worm Shells, dis- 
covered at an Island near Sumatra. 4to. London^ 1806 

Grounds of Complaint of several Merchants against the present 
Managers of the East-India Company, fol. London^ 1690 

Grover (Capt.), An Appeal in behalf of Col. Stoddart and Capt. 
ConoUy, now in Captivity in Bokhara. 8vo. London^ 1843 

Guise (S.), Catalogue of his Valuable and Curious Collection of 
MSS.9 collected in Hindostan. 4to. ... Lo/idon, 1800 

Hall (Robt.), On an important Subject connected with the Re- 
newal of the Charter of the East-India Company. 8vo. 

London^ 181S 

Halsted (Edw. P.), Report on the Island of Chedooba. 8vo. n. d. 

Hamilton (W. R.), Address of, at an Annual Greneral Meeting of 

the Royal Society of Literature. 8vo. ... London^ 1843 

. Harris and Annisley. — Letter from Surat, December 25th, 1687, to 

the Governor-General, fol. Londofiy 1688 

Harrison (Wm.), Speech before Select Committee of the House of 
Commons, on East-India-built Shipping. 8vo. 

London^ 1814 

Hastings (Warren), Plan for the Administration of Justice in Fort 
William, fol iowdon, 1772 

Hastings (W.), State of the British Authority in Bengal under his 
Government, with Case of Mahomed Reza Khan. (2 copies) 
8vo. ••• ... ... ... ... London^ 1780 

Hastings (W.), Short Account of his Resignation, with Remarks. 
4to. London^ 1781 

Hastings (W.), Narrative of the Insurrection of Banaris in 1781. 
4to Calcutta^ YIS% 

Hastings (W.), Observations on his Narrative of his Transactions 
at Benares in 1781. 8vo. London^ 1786 

Hastings (W.), Observations on his Letter to the Court of Directors. 
{^copies) 8vo Lowdow, 1783 

Hastings (W.), Letter from, February 1784, with Remarks and 
authentic documents to support the Remarks. 8vo. 

London^ 1786 

Hastings (W.), Review of the State of Bengal. 8vo. London^ 1786 

Hastings (W.), Correspondence between him and Sir Stephen 
Lushington. 8vo. ••. ... ... London^ 1795 

Hastings (Warren). — Albanicus, Letters to the People of England 
on the charges brought against him. 8vo. London^ 1786 

Hastings (W.), Papers concerning the Payment of certain Law 
Expenses incurred by him. (2 copies) 4to. London, 1797 


146 TRACTS. 

Hastings, Memoirs of the Marquis of. 8vo. London^ 1819 

Hatchett (Chas.), Analytical Experiments and Observations on 
Lac. 4to. Zowcfem, 1804 

Hay (E. W. A.), Letter upon the Discovery of a Monument of 
Roman Sculpture representing the Theban Sphinx. 8vo. 

Colchester, 1821 

Head (Major C. F.), Defence of British India from Russian Inva- 
sion. 8vo. London, 1839 

Heads of an Agreement between Parliament and the East-India 
Company. 8vo London, 1180 

Heifer (J. W.), Fourth Report on the Tenasserim Provinces, con- 
sidered as a resort for Europeans. 8vo. ••• x. d. 

Hemp. — Further Extracts of Correspondence relating to Indian 
Hemp. 8vo. London, 1811 

Hemp. — Supplement to the Observations on the Sunn Hemp of 
Bengal. (Printed in 1808.) 8vo. ... London, 1811 

Henderson (John), A Dissertation on the Bit Noben or Foetid Salt 
of the Hindoos. 8vo. London, 1808 

Hillary (Sir Wm.), An Appeal to the British Nation on the Hu- 
manity and Policy of forming a National Institution for the 
Preservation of Lives and Property from Shipwreck. 8vo. 

London, 18^ 

Hindoo College. — Proceedings at the Annual Distribution of Prizes 
to the Students of the Hindoo College, January 1842. 8vo. 

Calcutta, 1842 

Hindoos. — Vindication of the, from the Aspersions of the Rev. C. 
Buchanan. 8vo London, 1808 

Hindus. — Enquiry into the Causes which oppose the Conver- 
sion of the Hindoos of India to Christianity. 8vo. 

London, 1800 

Hindus. — Letter from a Field Officer at Madras to a Member of the 
Board of Control on the Conversion of the Hindoos. (2 copies) 
8vo. ••• ZrOndon, 1813 

Hints for an Answer to the Letter of the Chairman, &c. of the East- 
India Company to the Right Hon. R. Dundas. 8vo. 

London, 1812 

Hints to Overland Travellers. 8vo. 

Holroyd (A. T.), On the Quarantine Laws, their Abuses and In- 
consistencies. 8vo. London, 1839 

Holwell (J. Z.), Letter to the Court of Directors. 8vo. n. d. 

Holwell (J. Z.), Address to L. Scrafton in reply to his Observations 
on Vansittart's Narrative. 8vo Zondon, 1767 

TRACTS. 147 

Hogg (J. W.), Statement of his Conduct in reference to certain pro- 
perty of Jos. Price at Ballygunge near Calcutta. 8vo. 

London^ 1839 

Holme (Fred.), Anglo-Indian Policy during and since the Affghan 
War. 8vo. ... Edinburgh, 184i5 

Home (Sir Everard), Hunterian Oration in Honour of Surgery. 
4to. ••• ... ••• London^ 1814 

Home Tooke (John), Letter to John Dunning. 8vo. 

London^ 1778 

Horsfield (Thomas), Essay on the Cultivation and Manufacture of 
Tea in Java. 8vo. London, 1841 

Horticultural Society of London, Statement relative to the Estab- 
lishment of a Garden for the. 4to. ••• London, 18S2 

Hudleston (John), Speech in the House of Commons on the Motion 
of Sir P. Francis. 8vo. London, 1805 

Hughson (D.), The East-India Question fairly elucidated. 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Humane Society (The Royal), Methods of Treatment for the 
Recovery of Persons apparently Dead from Drowning, &c., 
translated mto Hindustani, and rendered into the Persian and 
Nagari Characters. 8vo. London, 1826 

Hume (Jos.), Speech of, at the East-India-House on a Motion for 
Increase of the Directors' Salaries. 8vo. London, 1814 

Hume (Jos.), Speech of, at the East-India-House on a Motion for 
Granting a Pension to Lord Melville. 8vo. London, 1814 

Huskisson (W.), The Question concerning the Depreciation of our 
Currency stated and examined. 8vo. ... London, 1810 

Hussey (T. J.), Sermon ; The Lessons of History. 8vo. 

London, 1844 

Idolatry of India. — Connexion of the East-India Company's Go- 
vernment with the Idolatrous Customs and Rites of the 
Natives of India stated and explained. 8vo. London, 1838 

Idolatry of India. — Moderator; Letter to Sir J. R. Camac, Bart., 
on British Interference with the Religious Observances of the 

Natives of India. 8vo London, 18S8 

Impartial Considerations on a Bill for the better Management of 
the Territories, &c. in the East Indies. (3 copies) 8vo. 

London, 1784 
Impartial Reflections on the Proceedings of Government and of the 
Court of Directors respecting the four Regiments raising for 
the Service of this Country in the East Indies. 8vo. 

London, 1788 

148 TRACTS. 

Impey (Sir E.), Original Minutes of Governor-General and Council 
on the Appointment of Sir Elijah Impey to be Judge of the 
Sudder Dewauny Adawlet. 8vo. ... London^ 1781 

Independent List for 1773. fol. London^ 1773 

India Affairs, Letters to a Noble Lord on. 8vo. London, 1780 

India Affairs. — ^A Retrospective View and Consideration of India 
Affairs, particularly the Transactions of the Mahratta War to 
October 1782. 8vo. London, 1783 

India Affairs, Letter to Sir Chas. Forbes on the Administration 
of. 8vo London, 1826 

India. — History of the War in India from the Year 1749 to the 
Taking of Pondicherry in 1761. 8vo. ... London, 1761 

India. — Inquiry into the Causes of the Stationary Condition of 
India and its Inhabitants ; with a brief Examination of the 
Principles of the Revenue Systems of British India. Svo. 

London, 1830 

India Question. — Considerations arising out of the late Proceedings 
in Parliament relative to the India Question. 8vo. 

London, 1830 

India and Lord EUenborough. 8vo. ... London, 1844 

India, A Special Appeal on behalf of. 8vo. ... London, 1SS7 

India, Great Britain, and Russia. 8vo. ... London, 1838 

" Indus." — View of the Policy of Sir G. Barlow in the Madras 
Government, in a Series of Letters. (2 copies) 8vo. 

London, 1810 

Instructions from the Court of Directors to the Governor and 
Council General in Bengal, fol. ... London, 1773 

Instructions of the Committee of Proprietors for the Gk)vemor- 
General and Council of Bengal, and for the Council of Com- 
merce; with Directions for the Institution of a Board of 
Exchequer, fol London, 1773 

Intercepted Correspondence from India ; containing Dispatches and 
Letters from the Marquis Wellesley, &c. 8vo. London, 1805 

Interesting Extracts from the Minutes of Evidence before Com- 
mittee of Whole House, respecting the Affairs of the East- 
India Company in 1813. 8vo London, 1814 

Isle of France, Sketch of the present State of. l^mo. London, 1812 
Jackson (Major B.), England and' Russia, the Navy and Steam 

Warfare. 8vo London, 1839 

Jackson (Handle), Speech at Court of East-India Proprietors, on 
the Negociation with Ministers for prolongation of the Charter. 
(^copies) 8vo London, 181^ 

TRACTS. 149 

Jackson (R.)) Speech at Court of Proprietors in December I8269 
on a Motion of Thanks to Lord Amherst. 8vo. 

LondoUf 1827 
Jackson (Wm. Collins), Memoir of his Public Conduct and Ser- 
vices. 8vo. London, 1812 

James (Elianor), Her Two Letters in Favour of the East-India 

Company, fol. ... London, n. d. 

Jaubert (Amedee), Memoire sur TAncien Cours de TOxus. 8vo. 

Paris, 1834 
Jeffrey (Henry), On the Primary and Secondary Effects of Intoxi- 
cating Stimulants upon the Human System. 8vo. 

Bombay, n. d. 
Jeflrey (H.), Appeal to all who love the Lord Jesus Christ in 

Sincerity. 8vo Bombay, if. d. 

JeJRrey (H.), Sermon on Feeding the Sheep of Christ. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1838 
Jeffiiey (H.), Temperance Tracts, Nos. 1 to 9, including Corre- 
spondence and Report of the Bombay Temperance Society. 

8vo. Bombay, ^,D, 

Jeffrey (H.)) The Almighty's Everlasting Circles. 8vo. 

Bombay, n. d. 
Jervis (Major T. B.), Contributions to the Statistics of Western 

India in 1823-30. 8vo n. d. 

Jews. — Narrative of the, or a Sketch of their Past History, Present 

State, and Future Prospects. 8vo. 
Jews. — ^Report of the London Society for Promoting Christianity 

amongst the Jews. 8vo ... London, 1809 

John (C. Samuel), Indian Civilization, or Report of a successful 
experiment made during two years in fifteen Tamul and five 
English Native Free Schools. (2 copies) 8vo. 

London, 1813 
Johnston (John), Letter to the Proprietors of East-India Stock. 

{^copies) 8vo iondcm, 1766 

Jordao (J. L.), Examination of the Question of Parliamentary 

Reform. 8vo. London, 1832 

Journal or Narrative of the Boscawen's Voyage to Bombay in 1749. 

8vo. London, 1750 

Journal of the March of the Bombay Army from Culpee to Surat 
in 1778, with their Proceedings in the March towards Poonah. 

410. ... London,mS 

Junius. — Two Letters on the Education of the People of India. 
Svo Serampore, 1835 

150 TRACTS. 

Justice in India. — Regulations proposed by the Court of Directors 
for the Management of the Company^s Affairs and the Admi- 
nistration of Justice in India, with a Second Proposal of Regu- 
lations, fol. London^ 177S 

Justice. — Proceedings at Fort William respecting Administration 
of Justice. 8vo. London^ 1775 

Eell (Jas. B.), On the Appearance of Cholera at Sunderland in 
1831. Svo Edinb. 1884 

Kennedy (R. H.), Review of the Narrative of the Campaign of the 
Army of the Indus in Sindh and Cabul in 1838-1839. Svo. 

Bombay^ 1841 

Kerr (R. H.), Sermon on the Opening of a Monument in Fort St. 
George, to Commemorate the Virtues and Services of the late 
Rev. Mr. Smart. Svo London^ 1818 

Einnaird (Douglas), Remarks on the Hydrabad Papers. Svo. 

London^ 18^ 

Klaproth (J.), Sur TOrigine du Papier Monaie. Svo. 

Parisy 1822 

Klaproth (J.), Origin of Paper Money. (2 copies) Svo. 

London^ 1828 

Klaproth (J.), Sur quelques Antiquites de la Siberie. Svo. 

Parisy 1828 

Knight (S.), On Confirmation. 12mo. n, d. 

Koffler (Joh.), Historica Cochinchinae Descriptio, edente C. T. de 
Murr. Svo. Norimb. 1808 

Ladies^ Schools.— Report of the Ladies^ Native and other Female 
Schools, Bombay. Svo. Bombay ^ 1887 

Langhom (Wm.), Considerations relating to the East-India Trade, 
fol. London^ 1698 

Lally (Comte de), Arrest de la Cour du Parlement contre. 4to. 

Paris, 1766 

Lally. — ^Anecdotes, depuis la Prise du Fort de Villenour jusqu^^ 
celle de Pondicherry. 4to. ... 1760 

Lally (Comte de), Memoire pour le Chevalier de Soupire au sujet 
des Imputations que lui fait le Comte de Lally dans les Ecrits 
publies pour sa Defense. 4to 1766 

Lally.— Memoire pour le Sieur Berthelin, contre le Comte de Lally. 

4CO. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• IraTVSy X f DO 

Lally. — Memoire pour le Comte d^Ache contre M. Lally sans les 

Pieces justificatifs. 4to Paris, 1766 

Laurie (David), Hints regarding the East-India Monopoly. Svo. 

Glasgow, 1818 

TRACTS. 151 

Lee (Thos.), The Right of every British Merchant to Trade within 
the Geographical Limits defined by the Charter of the East- 
India Company vindicated. 8vo. ••• London^ 1812 

Lester (Wm.), The Happy Era; or, the recognized Right of the 
Merchant to an unlimited Trade with India. Svo. 

London, 1813 

Letter to the Proprietors of East-India Stock relative to the critical 
Situation of their Affairs. Svo. ... London^ 1767 

Letter to the East-India Proprietors on the Negociations with 
Government from 1767, respecting the Company^s Acquisitions 
in India. (3 copies) Svo. London, 1769 

Letter to East-India Proprietors against Alterations. Svo. 

London, 1769 

Letter to Proprietors of East-India Stock relative to Propositions 
to be moved at the General Court, 12th July, 1769. Svo. 

London, 1769 

Letter to East-India Proprietors, containing a Reply to some Insi- 
nuations in an Old Proprietor's Letter. Svo. London, 1769 

Letter to the Directors of the East-India Company, &c., on the 
Commission of Supervision, fol. ... London, 1772 

Letter (The Second) to the Committee of twenty-five Proprietors 
of India Stock. Svo London, ITIS 

Letter to the Earl of Shelburne on the Subject of Mr. Secretary 
Townshend's Letter to the Chairman, &c., of the East-India 
Company. Svo London, 1783 

Letter from an OflBcer in India to his Correspondent in England. 
4to. ... ... ... ... ••• London, 1794 

Ijetter to J. S. Waring in Refutation of his Observations on the 
present State of the East-India Company. Svo. London, 1808 

Letters from a Dutchman, and the Answer from his Correspondent, 
on the present Condition of both Countries. 4to. 

London, 1673 

Letters (Two) to the Court of Directors on the proposed Super- 
visorship. 4to London, 1769 

Letters-Patent, Establishing a Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort 
William in Bengal, 14th of George III. 4to. London, 1774 

Letters to the Directors and Proprietors of East-India Stock, and 
to the Hon. Edmund Burke. Svo. ... London, 17 82 

Letters (Two) to the Proprietors of East-India Stock, occasioned 
by Mr. Twining'^s late Letter to the Chairman, on the Suppres- 
sion of the Scriptures and the Recal of the Missionaries. Svo. 

London, 1807 

152 TRACTS. 

Lettre, A. M. de, sur le M6moire du Sieur de la Bourdonnais. 4to. 

Parts, 1750 

Lindsay (H. Hamilton), Is the War with China a just one? 8vo. 

London, 1840 

Lindsay (H. H.), Letter to Lord Falmerston on British Relations 
with China. 8vo ... London, \9S% 

Linnsean Society of London, Charter and Bye-Laws of. 4to. 

London, 1802 

List of all the Names of the Adventurers in the Stock of the East- 
India Company, 1693. fol. London, 169S 

List of the Names of all Adventurers in the Stock of the East-India 
Company, April 1697. fol. London, 1697 

List of Ships sent to and from the East Indies in 1697 and 8. fol. 

London, 1699 

List of Proprietors of from .£^600 to •£'1,000 East-India Stock, fol. 

London, 1778 

Litigation. — Inquiry into the alleged Proneness to Litigation of the 
Natives of India ; with Suggestions for amending the Judicial 
System of British India. 8vo London, 1830 

London. — Account of the Formation, Services, and Duty of the 
Harbour Marine Volunteer Establishment, and the London 
Armed Schooner in the Service of the Port of London. ISmo. 

London, 1805 

London Oriental Institution, First and Second Annual Reports of, 
for initiating Gentlemen proceeding to British India in Gram- 
matical Principles. 8vo. London, 1828-29 

L^Or (Louis de). Deux Lettres addressees h la Societe Asiatique 
de Paris. 8vo. Paris, 18^ 

McCosh (John), Topography of Assam. 8vo. Calcutta, 1887 

Macdonnell (Eneas), Speech on the East-India Question, at a 
Meeting held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, in the Strand, 
in May 1830. 8vo. London, 1880 

Macdonnell (E.), Letter to the Right Hon. Chas. Grant on the 
Affairs of the King of Oude. 8vo. ... London, 1884 

Mackintosh (Capt. Alex.), Account of the Origin and Present Con- 
dition of the Tribe of Ramoossies, including the Life of 
Oomiah Naik. 8vo. Bombay, 1888 

Mackintosh (Capt. A.), Account of the Tribe of Mhadeo Kolies, 
and of the Maun Bhows ; or, Black-clothed Mendicant Devo- 
tees. 8vo* ... ••• ••• ... ••• 1836, &c. 

Maclean (Chas.), Abstract of the East-India Question. 8vo. 

London, 1818 

TRACTS. 163 

Maclean (Chas.), Remarks on the Evidence before both Houses of 
Parliament on the East-India Company'^s Affairs. 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Maclean (Chas.), View of the Consequences of la3dng open the 
Trade to India to Private Ships. Svo. ••• London, 1813 

Maclean (Chas.), Observations on Quarantine. 8vo. 

Liverpool, 1824 

Macleod (D. A.), Medical Topography of Bishnath. 8vo. 

Calcutta, 1887 

Macnaghten (F.) and W. Wayte, Correspondence in reference to 
the Cause ^^ The East-India Company versus Sherson and 
Others.'' 8vo London, 1814 

Madras Army, Account of the Origin, Progress, and Conse- 
quences of the late Discontents of, with Postscript and Appen- 
dix. 8vo. •• London, 1810 

Madras Army. — Observations on Lieut.-Col. Malcolm's Publica- 
tion relative to the Disturbances in the Madras Army. 
(^copies) 8vo. London, 1S12 

Madras Committee, Resolutions and Petition of, concerning the Act 
Establishing a Court of Judicature, &c. 8vo. London, 1786 

Madras, Defence of the Conduct of the Civil Servants at. (S copies) 
Svo. ... ••• ... ••• ... London, 1810 

Madras, Letter from an Officer at, exhibiting an unbiassed Account 
of the Rise, Progress, and actual State of the late unfortunate 
Insurrection in the Indian Army. (2 copies) 8vo. 

London, 1810 

Madras, Letter upon the late Discontents in, and Comments on the 
Transactions of Sir J, Barlow's Government. 8vo. 

London, 1810 

Madras, Narrative of the Circumstances attending the late Trials 
in the Supreme Court of Judicature at Madras. (2 copies) 
Svo. London, 1809 and 10 

Madras, Letter signed by Ten Directors of the East- India Com- 
pany in Vindication of the Measures adopted by Sir George 
Barlow, during the Dissensions at the Presidency of Madras. 
(2 copies) Svo ... London, 1S12 

Madras, Exposure of the Misrepresentations and Calumnies in 
Marsh's Review of Sir G. Barlow's Administration at Madras. 
{2 copies) Svo. ••• ••• ... ••• London, \S1S 

Magnetic, Observations made at Toronto in Canada, Trevandrum 
in the East-Indies, and St. Helena. Svo. London, 1841 

Mahratta Mission, Regulations and By-Laws of. Svo. 

Bombay, 1834 

164 TRACTS. 

Mahratta War, The Origin and Authentic Narrative of, and of 
the Rohilla War in 1773, 1774, &c. 8vo. London, 1781 

Malan (Cesar), The Error of a Christian as to the Assurance of his 
Salvation. 8vo ••• ••• Bombay , n. d. 

Malcolm (Sir John), Instructions to Officers acting under his Orders 
in Central India, 1821. 8vo London, 1894t 

Malcolm (Sir J.), Observations on the Disturbances in the Madras 
Army, in 1809. 8vo London, ISIZ 

Malcolmson (Jo. G.), Clinical Remarks on Some Cases of Liver 
Abscess presenting externally. 8vo. ••• Edinb. 1889 

Malthus (T. R.), Letter to the Lord Grenville on some of his Lord- 
ship's Observations on the East-India Company's EducaticHi of 
their civil servants. 8vo. ... ... London, 181S 

Malthus (T. R.), Statements respecting the East-India College, 
with an Appeal to Facts, in refutation of the Charges against 
the Court of Proprietors. (2 copies) 8vo. London, 1817 

Mangles (R. D.), Vindication of the East-India Company's Gro- 
vernment of Bengal from the Attacks of Messrs. Rickards and 
Crawford. 8vo. ••• London,lSSO 

Marsden (Sir Wm.), Table exhibiting the Correspondence of the 
Christian and Mahommedan Eras. 4to. ••• ••• n. d. 

Marsh (Chas.), Review of some important passages in the late 
Administration of Sir G. Barlow at Madras. 8vo. 

London, 181S 

Marsh (Chas.), Speech in a Committee of the House of Commons 
1813, on Persons going out to India for Religious Purposes. 

8vo. ... ... ... ••• ••• lAmdon, 1818 

Marshall (Stephen), Sermon on the Baptizing of Infants. 8vo. 

Bombay, 1832 

Marshraan (Jos.), Advantages of Christianity in promoting the 
Establishment and Prosperity of the British Government in 
India. 8vo. London, 1813 

Martin (Jas. Ranald), Notes on the Medical Topography of Cal- 
cutta. 8vo. Calcutta, 1837 

Martin (Montg.), The Past and Present State of the Tea Trade of 
England and of the Continents of Europe and America. 8vo. 

London, 1832 

Martin (Robt. M.), Remarks on the East-India Company^s Admi- 
nistration over 100 Millions of British Subjects, considered in 
reference to its Political Effects on India and Great Britain. 
8vo. Dz^m, 1804 

Martyn (T.), A Dive into Buonaparte's Councils, on his Projected 
Invasion of Old England. 8vo. ..• London, 1804 

TRACTS. 155 

Masonry, Observations on. 8 vo MadrcbSy 1 839 

Medical College of Bengal, Account of. (S copies) 8vo. 

Calcutta, 1839 
Medical College at Bombay .-^Ceremony of laying the Foundation 

Stone, by the Bishop of Calcutta, 1843. 8vo. Bombay ylSAS 
Medical Topography of Calcutta, Assam, and Bishnath, by Martin, 

M^Cosh, and Macleod. 3 vols, in one. 8vo. Calcutta, 1837 
Medico-Botanical Society of London, Transactions of. 8yo. n.d. 
Meer Jaffier. — Address to the Proprietors of East-India Stock 

respecting Meer Jaffier^s Restitution Money for Losses in 1763, 

by the Sufferers. 8vo ••• London^'S.D. 

MdviUe (Hon. W. L.), Remarks on the Constitution of the Gro- 

vemment of Bengal. 8vo. London, 1837 

MdviUe (Hon. W, L.), Remarks on the War in Affghanistan. 8vo. 

London, 1842 
Memoria da Commissao dos Arquivos da Gran-Bretanha dirigida 

aos Cartorarios, Bibliothecarios e Antiquarios de Portugal. 

8vo. Lisboa, 1834 

Memoire pour le Sieur de la Gatinais, Capitaine de Vaisseau dans 

les Indes. 4to. Paris, 1750 

Memoire pour les Syndics et Directeurs de la Compagnie des 

Indes contre les Officiers et Soldats du Regiment de Cam- 

oresis. 4lo. ••• ••• ••• •»« ••• «•• xioci 

Memorial to Lord Comwallis on the Necessity of a Reformation 

in the Civil Court of Moorshedabad. 8vo. Calcutta, 1790 
Military Bill for the East Indies. foL London, 1770 and 71 

Military Seminary, Memoir of the East-India Company's. 8vo. 

London, 1839 
Mill (Jas.), Commerce Defended ; an Answer to Spence, Cobbett, 

and others, who have attempted to prove that Commerce is 

not a source of National Wealth. 8vo. ••• London, 1808 
Miller (Pat.), On the Invention and Practice of Steam Navigation. 

Svo. ••• ••• ••• ... ... Edinb, 1825 

Minto (Lord) and Council. Letter to the Hon. Sir G. Barlow. 

Svo. London, 1810 

Missionary Question, 36 Tracts on the, by Waring, Twining, 

Fullers, and others. 8 vols. Svo. ... London, 1807 

Missionaries. — Correspondence between the Supreme Government 

of Bengal and the Missionaries at Serampore, 1812 and 1813, 

relative to Messrs. Johns and Lawson. Svo. London, 1814 
Missionary Correspondence. -^-Extracts of Letters from S. Pearce 

and J. Thomas to the Missionaries in India, between 1794 and 

1800. Svo. « London, 1814 

156 TRACTS. 

Missionary Society (Reports of), from its Formation in ][796 to 
1814. 8vo. ... London^ n. d. 

Mitchell (Major A.), Thoughts on the Treaty between Grovem- 
ment and the East-India Company. (2 copies) 4to. 

London^ 1780 

Money (W. T.), Observations on the Expediency of Ship-building 
at Bombay. Svo. London, 1811 

Morrison (R.), Address to British Sailors. 8vo. China, 182S 

Morrison (R.), Sermon to Sailors at Wampoa in China. (2 copiea) 
8vo. Malacca, \S9& 

Morrison (R.), Notices of China and the Fort of Canton ; Narra- 
tive of the English Frigate Topaze, 1821-2^ ; with Remarks 
on Homicides and an Account of the Fire of Canton. Svo. 

Malacca, 18SS 

Morrison (R.)? The Knowledge of Christ, supremely excellent, a 
Discourse delivered in Surry Chapel, May 1825. 8vo. 

London, 1825 

Moxon (J.), Collection of Attempts made to North-East and North- 
West for finding a Passage to Japan, China, &c., with a Polar 
Draft. 4to. London, 1676 

MuUer (6. F.), Transactions, &c. between Russia and China. 
See Dillon^s Conquest of Siberia. 

Munger (S. B.), Sermon on the Death of Mr. W. C. Sampson, 
December 1835. 8vo JSom&oy, 1836 

Munro (Lieut.-Col.), Plan for Abolishing the Tent Contract of the 
Madras Army, with Col. Capper's Remarks. Svo. 

London, 1812 

Murray (Jo. F.), The Chinese and the Ministry ; an Inquiry into 
the Origin, &c. of our present Difficulties with China. 8va 

London, 1840 

Museum of Mankind. Svo. ••• ••• London, 1842 

Myers (T.), Observations on the Third Report of Select Committee 
of Commons on Affairs of the East-India Company. Svo. 

London, 1812 

Mysore. — Narrative Sketches of the Conquest of the Mysore in 
1799. Svo. ... London, 1800 

Names of the Twenty-four Persons chosen by the General Court 
of the English Company to be joined with the Twenty-four 
Directors, fol London, 1698 

Nares (Edw.), Sermon on the Duty and Expediency of Translating 
the Scriptures into the current Languages of the East. 4to. 

Owford, 1808 

Narrative of the Circumstances attending the late Trials in the 

TRACTS. 157 

Supreme Court of Judicature at Madras for Forgery, &c. 
8vo. London^ 1810 

Native Poor Asylum, Report of, for 1834, 36, and 36. (2 copies) 
8vo. Bombay^ 1837 

Neville (Major-Gen.), Summary of the Administration of the Mar- 
quis of Hastings. 8vo LondoHjlSM 

Norton (Geo.), Epitome of the Duties of a Justice of Peace in 
India. 8vo. Madras j 1842 

Notes on the Relations of British India with some of the Countries 
West of the Indus. (2 copies) 8vo. ... London, 1839 

Nott (Lieut.-Col. Wm.), Petition touching the Promotion of Offi- 
cers his juniors in the Service. 8vo. ... SaugoVj 1831 

O'Brien (W. S.), Considerations relative to the Renewal of the 
East-India Company's Charter. 8vo. ... London, 1830 

Observations on the present State of the East-India Company, with 
Remarks on the Intelligence from Madras of the Disaffection 
of the Natives. (2 copies) 8vo. ... London, 1807 

O^Hara (Patrick), Letter to a Friend in Ireland on India Affairs. 
Svo. London, 1813 

Olio (An), as prepared on board an East-Indiaman by Messrs. 
Baring, Brough, Dalrymple, and others (concerning Freight, 
&c.) 8vo.... London, 1786 

Open Trade. — ^Letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Buckingham- 
shire on the Subject of an Open Trade to India. (2 copies) 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Open Trade. — Opinions of the late Lord Melville and Marquis 
Wellesley upon an Open Trade to India. 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Opium Crisis. — A Letter to Chas. Elliott, by an American Mer- 
chant. 8vo. ... London, 1839 

Opium Question, as between Nation and Nation. 8vo. 

London, 1840 

Opium Question, some Pros and Cons on the. 8vo. London, 1840 

Opium. — A Statement of the Claims of the British Subjects in- 
terested in the Opium surrendered to Capt. Elliot. 8vo. 

London, 1840 

Oude. — Statement relative to the Presents from the King of Oude 
to the. King and Queen of England. Svo. London, 1837 

Owen. (John), Address to the Chairman of the East-India Com- 
pany occasioned by Mr. Twining's Letter. 8vo. London, 1807 

Paganism. — Essay on the Nature and Connexion of the Philosophy 
and Mythology of Paganism, by C. J. M. 8vo. London^ 1826 

158 TRACTS. 

Papers Ordered to be jnrinted by a General Court of East-India 
Proprietors, respecting Dispatches to the Govemor-Greneral. 
4to. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• London^ 1806 

Papers Printed by Order of a General Court of Proprietors, 7th 
May, 1806. 4to. London^ 1806 

Papillon (Thos.), Treatise concerning the East-India Trade being 
most profitable to the Kingdom and best secured by a Com- 
pany and a Joint Stock. 4to. ... London^ 1696 

Parker (P.), Ninth Report of the Ophthalmic Hospital at Canton, 
December 1838. 8vo Cannon, 1839 

Parker (P.), Statements respecting Hospitals in China. 8vo. 

Glasgow^ 1842 

Patna. — Petition of the Patna Farmers on the Hardships they 
sufier by being made liable to the Jurisdiction of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature at Calcutta. 4to 1779 

PattuUo (Hen.), Essay upon the Cultivation of the Lands and Im- 
provement of the Revenues of Bengal. 4to. London^ 1772 

Paul (J.), Letter to Samuel Whitbread, M.P. 8vo. 

London^ 1808 

Pauperism and the Poor Laws, with a Supplement ; addressed to 
W. Wilberforoe. 8vo London^ 1841 

Peace. — ^The First Report of the Society for the Promotion of Per- 
manent and Universal Peace, for 1817. 8vo. London^ 1817 

Petition to House of Commons of above 1,000 Seamen^s Widows, 
0mC« xoi. •»• ••« »»« ••• ••• ••• x4» n« 

Petrie (Wm.), Statement of Facts delivered to Lewd Minto on his 
Arrival at Madras; with an Appendix of official Minutes. 
8vo. ••• ... ... ••• ••• London^ 1810 

Philip (Dr.), The Case of, Superintendant of Missionary Society 
in South Africa. 8vo London^ 1830 

Philojohannes, Modest Defence of the East-India Company^s Ma- 
nagement of Steam Communication with India. 8vo« 

London^ n. d. 
Piddington (Hen.), Chemical Examination of Cotton Soils, from 

North America, India, the Mauritius, and Singapore. 8va n. d. 
Piddington (Hen.), A Letter to the Parties interested in the Opium 

Trade. 8vo. Calcutta^ 1839 

Piddington (Hen.), On the Scientific Principles of Agriculture. 

{2 copies) 8vo. Calcutta^ 1839 

Piddington (Hen.), Researches on the Gale and Hurricane in the 

Bay of Bengal, in June 1839. 8vo. ... Calcutta, 1889 
Piddington (Hen.), Notes and Memoirs (the First, Second, and 

TRACTS. 159 

Third) cfa the Law of Storms in India and the Chinese Seas. 
8vo • Calcutta^ 1840-41 

Piddington (Hen.), Sixth and Seventh Memoir, with Reference to 
the Law of Storms in India, being Storms of the China Seas 
from 1780 to 1841, and the Calcutta Hurricane, June 1842. 
8yo Calcutta^ 184S-8 

Pigot (Lord), A Paper delivered to East-India Proprietors respect- 
ing him. 4to. • Landon^mS 

Pigot (Lord), Narrative of the late Revolution in the Government 
of Madras, September 1T76. 4to. ... Zowdon, 1777 

Pigot (Lord), Answer to his Case. 4to. r.. London^ 1777 

Plan for Relieving the East-India Company from their Distress for 
Cash. fol. ••• ••• ••• ••• London^ n. d. 

Playfair (Hen. Wm.), Ronarks on the East-India Company^s 
Charter, as connected with the Interests of this Country and 
the Welfare of India. 8vo. ... •«• London, 1829 

Pogson (Major W. R.), Historical Researches. (A Fragment.) 

OVO. ••• ••• ••« ••• ••. •.• *•. V. JD. 

Policy of the Government of British India, as exhibited in official 
Documents. 8vo. London^ 1839 

Popham (Sir Home), Description of the Prince of Wales's Island. 
8vo. .•• ... ... ••• ^.a London^ 1805 

Popular Topics ; or, the King's Prerogative, the Privileges of Par- 
liament, Secret Influence, and a System 'of Reform for the 
East-India Company considered. 8vo. ••• London, 1784 

Postans (T.), Observations on the Increase of Commerce by Means 
of the River Indus. 8vo. Z/ondon, 1843 

Pote (B. E.), Identity of English, Classical, Oriental Literature, 
and Interests. 8vo. • London^ n. d. 

Pottery. — Report and Correspondence on the improved Manufac- 
ture of an improved Pottery from Indian Clays. 8vo. 

Calcutta^ 1841 

Powell (John), his Case, with the Clause of Redemption in the Two 
Million Act. fol. London^ 1698 

Powell (J.), The Case of, against the East-India Company, fol. 

London^ 1711 

Poynder (John), Speech on Idolatry in India and the Extinc- 
tion of all .Taxation, at Court of Proprietors, in 1836. 
8vo. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• Zoncfon, 1838 

Preamble of Agreement subscribed to at a General Court of the 
Adventurers to the East Indies, held the 16th of March, 1664. 
lOl. ... .•• •«• ••• •«• ••• ... M. <i^. 

160 TRACTS. 

Price (Jo8.), Letter to Philip Francis. 8vo. London^ 1782 

Price (Jos.), Letter to the Right Hon. C. J. Fox on the Subject of 
his Asiatic Bills. 8vo London^ 1783 

Prince of Wales^s Island ; or, Pulo Penang in the East Indies, 
short Account of. 8vo. ••• London, 1788 

Prince of Wales's Island Free School, Report of, for 1828. 8vo. 

Penang y 1829 

Prinsep (John), Suggestions on Freedom of Commerce and Navi- 
gation, especially in reference to the East-India Trade. 8vo. 

London, 1823 

Printing Types, Specimens of. 8vo n. d. 

Probus (Letters of). On the East-India Question. 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Propositions for Application to be made to Parliament for Loans, 
&c. to the East-India Company, fol. n. d. 

Propositions and Amended Propositions from the Court of Direc- 
tors for an Agreement with the Public, fol. ... n. d. 

Proprietors'* List for 1773. fol. London, 1778 

Proprietors' List, Recommendation of, for 1773. fol. London, 1773 

Prospectus of the Oriental Works in the Course of Publication, by 
the Asiatic Society of Bengal. 8vo. ••• Calcutta, 1835 

Protests (Two) against the Bill to Repeal the American Stamp 
Act of Last Sessions. 8vo. Paris, 1766 

Protest against rescinding the East-India Dividend, voted 6th May, 
1767. 8vo. London, 1767 

Protest against the Bill for rescinding the East-India Dividend, 
voted at General Court, 6th of May, 1767. 8vo. Paris, 1767 

Protests of the Hon. W. F. Elphinstone, J. Patdson, and other 
Directors of the East-India Company, against the continuance 
of Sir G. Barlow in the Government of Madras. 8vo. 

London, 1812 

Protests of Five Directors of the East-India Company against the 
recal of Earl Minto, Governor-General, Sir G. Nugent, and 
Sir G. Barlow. 8vo London, 1813 

Public Disputations of the Students of the College of Fort Wil- 
liam, Bengal, 1808 to 15. 8vo. ... London, 1808, &c. 

Public Records. — On the entrusting the Records of the Exchequer 
to the irresponsible Custody of the King's Remembrancer. 8vo. 

London, 1834 

Pultney (Wm.), Effects to be expected from the East-India Bill 
upon the Constitution of Great Britain if passed into a Law. 
8vo. ••. London, 1784 

TRACTS. 161 

Questions proposed at the General Court to be balloted for the 
26th of February, 1 T73. fol London, 1773 

Question proposed at the General Court to be balloted for on the 
26th of May, 1773. fol. London, 1773 

Randall (W.), Letter to the Court of East-India Directors and the 
Proprietors of India Stock. 4to. ... London, 1777 

Rankine (Robt.), Notes on the Medical Topography of the Dis- 
trict of Sarun. 8vo. ... Calcutta, 1839 

Rees (Evan), Sketches of the Horrors of War, selected from La- 
baume^s Narrative of the Campaign in Russia in 1812. 8vo. 

London, 1818 

Rees (Geo.), Lectures on Carbon, Oxygen, and Vitality; with 
Remarks on Asiatic Cholera. 8vo. ... London, 1832 

Regulations proposed by the Court of Directors for the Manage- 
ment of the Company^s Affairs and for the Administration of 
Justice in India, fol London, N. n. 

Religious Prejudices of India. — An Essay to shew that no inten- 
tion has existed, or does exist, of doing violence to the Reli- 
gious Prejudices of India. 8vo. ... London, 1808 

Remarks on the Extension of Territory which has taken place in 
India subsequent to 1784 and. 1793. 8vo. London, 1812 

Remonstrance of the Merchants and Traders in Piece Goods to the 
Court of Directors of the East-India Company, fol. 

Lowdon, 1726 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — Considerations on 
the Policy of Renewing the Exclusive Privileges of the East- 
India Company. 8vo. ... London, 1812 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — General Thoughts 
contained in a Letter on that Subject. 8vo. London, 1812 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — Hints respecting 
the Negociation for a Renewal of the East^India Company's 
exclusive Privileges, submitted to Lord Melville by the Court 
of Directors, with his Lordship's Observations. 8vo. 

London, 181 2 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — ^Letter to E. Parry 
and Chas. Grant, in 1809, on the Commercial Monopoly of the 
East*India Company, &c. 8vo. ... London, 1812 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — Letter to the 
Chairman of the Court of Directors relative to the. 8vo. 

Newark, 1812 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — The Question as 
to the Renewal of the East-India Company's Monopoly exa- 
mined*. 8vo. Edinb. 1812 

162 TRACTS. 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter, — Considerations on 
Colonial Policy with relation to the. 8vo. London^ 1813 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — Four Letters 
respecting the Claims of the East-India Compay for a Renewal 
of their exclusive Privileges. Svo. ... London^ 1813 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — Further Papers 
respecting the Renewal of the East-India Company'^s Privi- 
leges. Svo. London^ 1813 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter, — Hints on the pre- 
sent State of the Question between his Majesty'^s Ministers and 
the Court of Directors relative to the. Svo. London^ 1813 

Renewal of the East-India Company'^s Charter, — Observations on 
the Territorial Rights and Commercial Privileges of the East- 
India Company with a View to the. Svo. London^ 1813 

Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. — Review of the 
Arguments and Allegations offered to Parliament against the 
Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. Svo. 

London^ 1829 

Reports (Half- Yearly) of the Gk)vernment Charitable Dispensaries 
established in Bengal and North- Western Provinces, from 
1840 to 1842. Svo Calcuttaj 184& 

Reports of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, from 
the Commencement of its Connexion with the East-India Mis- 
sions in 1809 to 1814. Svo London^ 1814 

Review (General) of the East-India Company, 1769, with Observa- 
tions on the present State of their Affairs. Svo. London, 1769 

Review of the Contest respecting Four new Regiments offered by 
his Majesty to be sent to India. Svo. London, 1788 

Review of two Pamphlets of Major Scott Waring's — *' Observa- 
tions on the State of the East-India Company," and *' Letter 
to the Rev. J. Owen.*^ Svo. ... ... London, n. d. 

Review of Mr. Twining'^s Letter on Missions to India. Svo. 

London, n. d. 

Review of a Vindication of the Hindoos, with Review of S. Waring's 
Remarks on a former Review. Svo. ... London, 1808 

Robert (P.), Art of Universal Correspondence. Svo. 

Wrewham, 1802 

Robinson (Thos.), Prayers intended for the Use of Families. Svo. 

Madras, 1838 
Roman Tessellated Pavement discovered in Leadenhall Street, 
December 1803, Description of. 4to. ... London, 1804 
Rope. — Observations on the Manufacture of a new Rope. Svo. 

London, 1829 

TRACTS. 168 

Bottger (E. H.), Briefe iibeF Hinter-Indien wahrend eines Zehn- 
jahrigen Aufenthalts. 8vo. ... ... Berlin^ 1844 

Roxburgh (Wm.), Observations on Substitutes for Hemp and Flax, 
the Produce of India. 8vo. ... ... London, \S\S 

Royle (J. F.), On the Production of Isinglass along the Coasts of 
India, with a Notice of its Fisheries. 8vo. London, 1842 

Rules and Regulations of the Quarter-Master General'^s Depart- 
ment in Bengal. 4to ... Calcutta, \SYl 

Rumbold (Sir Thos.), Letter to Proprietors of East-India Stock. 
Svo. ... ... ... ... ... London, 1781 

Rupees (List of) current in Poona, with their relative Value 
to the standard Rupee of Account among Sahookars. 8vo. 

Poona, 1829 

Russell (Wm.), State and Progress of Vaccination in Bengal during 
1805-6. Svo Calcutta,\&ft 

Russia versus India. — Observations on the present political Rela- 
tions of England with the East. 8vo. London, 1838 

Samuel (Jacob), Sermon, preached in Hebrew, at Bombay, in 
January 1835, translated. 8vo. ... Bombay, 1835 

Samuel (Jacob), Brief Narrative of his Proceedings in Persia, &c., 
1836-8. 8vo Bombay, 1839 

St. Marc (L. de), Du Gouvernment de la Compagnie des Indes. 
Svo. ... ... ••• ••• ... ... Paris, TJ,!), 

Satara (Raja of). — Letters with Accompaniments from the Vakeels 
of the Raj a of Satara. Svo. London, 1 839 

Satara (The Rajah of), his Letter to the Court of Directors, trans- 
lated into English. Svo. London, 1840 

Sayer (C), Commission for superintending and regulating the 
Company'^s Affairs at their Presidencies in the East Indies, 
fol. London, 1772 

Scholarships. — Oriental Department, 1841. Svo. Bengal, 1842 

Schools in India.— Address to European and Native Gentlemen on 
the Establishment of Native Schools. Svo ... n. d. 

Scinde Policy (The). — Comments on Major-General Napier'^s De- 
fence of Lord EUenborough's Government. Svo. 

London, 1845 

Scotland. — Report of a Committee of the British Association for 
the Advancement of Science on the vital Statistics of large 
Towns in Scotland. Svo. ... ... London, 1 843 

Scott (Major John), Review of the Transactions in Bengal during 
the last Ten Years. Svo. London, 1782 

Scott (Maj. Jo.), Letter to the Right Hon. C. J. Fox. Svo. 

London, 1783 

164 TRACTS. 

Scott {Maj. Jo.), Letter to the Right Hon. Edm. Burke. 8vo. : 

London, 1783 

Scott (Maj. Jo.), Two Letters to the Right Hon. Edm. Burke, in 
Reply to the Ninth Report of the Select Committee, &c. 8vo. 

London, 1783 

Scott (Maj. Jo.), Retrospective View and Considerations of India 
Affairs, particularly the Mahratta War. 8vo. London, 1783 

Scott (Maj. Jo.), Transactipns in Bengal during Warren Hastings'^s 
Administration. Svo ••• London, 1784 

Scott (Jonathan), Observations on the Oriental Department of the 
East-India College at Hertford. 4to. Hertford, 1806 

Scott (Major-Gen. Robt.), Letter to the Chairman of the Court of 
Directors respecting his regimental Allowances. Svo. 

London, 1831 

Scrafton (Luke), Observations on Mr. Van^ittart's Narrative. Svo. 

London, 1767 

Shaw (Wm.), Enquiry into the Authenticity of the Poems ascribed 
to Ossian, with a Reply to Clark'^s Answer. Svo. London, 1782 

Sheridan (Right Hon. R. B.), A Comparative Statement of the 
two Bills of Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt for the better Government 
of the British Possessions in India. 4to. London, 1788 

Sheridan (Rt. Hon. R. B.), Comparative Statement of the two Bills 
for the better Grovemment of the British Possessions in India. 
4to. London, 1806 

Sherson and Others, the Case of, in the Supreme Court, Equity 
Side, Madras, 28th March, 1814. Svo. London, 1814 

Sherwood (Mrs.), Little Henry and his Bearer. 12mo. 

Bombay, 1 836 

Shipping. — Observations on East-India Shipping, being a Compa^ 
rative View between the Freights of 1773 and the Seven pre- 
ceding Years. Svo. • London, m4i 

Shipping. — Two Letters on East-India Shipping from the Morn- 
ing Chronicle. Svo. London, 180S 

Ships. — Dangers and Disadvantages from the East- India Company 
building and navigating their own Ships. Svo. London, 1768 

Ships, A List of, in the East-India Company's Service, for 1773. 
fol. ••• ••• ... ••• ••• London, 1773 

Ships. — Address to the Proprietors of East- India Stock relative to 
their Shipping. Svo. ... London, 1778 

Ships. — Considerations on the important Benefits to be derived from, 
the East-India Company^s building and navigating their own 
Ships. 8va London, 1778 

TRACTS. 165 

Ships. — Memorial to the Board of Trade from the Ship-builders in 
the Port of London. 8vo. London^ 1809 

Shoolbred (John), Report on the State and Progress of Vaccine 
Inoculation in Bengal during 1804. 8vo. Calcutta^ 1805 

Short (Michael Jo.), Practical Remarks on the Nature and Effects 
of the expressed Oil of the Croton Tiglium. 8vo. 

London, 1830 

Silks. — Demonstration that there is a Difference between East-India 
wrought Silks, &c. and those of Europe, fol. London, 1707 

Silks. — Reasonableness of passing the Bill for making the Prohibi- 
tion of all East-India wrought Silks, &c. more effectual, fol. 

London, 1707 

Silks. — Arret of the Council of State in France for renewing the 
Prohibition on Chinese or Elastern Silks, Calicoes, Sz;c. fol. 

London, 1719 

Singapore Institution, Formation of, in 1823. (S copies) 8vo. 

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Skynner (W. A.), Directions for Navigating the Gulph of Cambay. 
(^copies) 4to London, nis 

Slade (John), Notices on British Trade to the Port of Canton ; 
with Translations of Chinese Official Papers relative to that 
Trade. 8vo. London, ISBO 

Smith (L. F.), Sketch of the Regular Troops formed and com- 
manded by Europeans in the Service of the Native Princes of 
India. 4to. ... ... London, 1805 

Smith (Capt. J. T.), Reports, Correspondence, &c. on various Pro- 
fessional Subjects of the Corps of Engineers, Madras Presi- 
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Smith (N.), Observations on the present State of the East-India 
Company and on the Measures to be pursued. 8vo. 

London, 1771 

Smith, The Measures to be pursued in India for ensuring the 
Permanency and Commerce of the Company further consi- 
dered. 8vo. London, 1772 

Smith, General Remarks on the System of Government in India ; 
with Considerations on the present State of the Company at 
Home and Abroad. 8vo. London, 1773 

Smith, Observations on East-India Shipping; a Comparative View 
between the Freights of 1773 and those of the Seven preceding 
Years. 8vo. London, 1774 

Smith, An Address to the Proprietors of East-India Stock, in con- 
sequence of the Errors and Mistakes in some late Publications 
relative to their Shipping. 8vo. ... London, 1778 

166 TRACTS. 

Smith (Gen.), Speech on the State of Jurisdiction in Bengal. 8vo. 

London^ 1780 

Smith, On the Debt of the Nation, compared with its Revenue ; 
and the impossibility of carrying on the War without Public 
Economy. Svo. London^ 1781 

Smyth (Capt. W. H.), Observations of Halley's Comet. 4to. 

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Societe Asiatique. — Discours et Rapports lus dans la Seance Gene- 
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Sommers (Lord), A Third Collection of Tracts relating to the His- 
tory and Constitution of the British Dominions, vol. iii. 4to. 

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Spencer (Bp. G. T.), Two Sermons preached at Palamcottah and 
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Stair (John, Earl of). The proper Limits of the Government's in- 
terference with the Affairs of the East- India Company, 
assigned, &c. 8vo. ... London, 1784 

Standing Orders and Regulations of Government, 1810 to 1819; 
with an Appendix. 4to. , Calcutta, 1820 

Stanhope (Earl), Address at the Anniversary Meetings of the 
Medico- Botanical Society in 1829, 1830, 1831, and 1837. 
8vo London, 1829-37 

State of the British Interest in India, with a Plan for a Regular 
System of Government in that Country. 8vo. London, 1773 

Steam to India, vid the Red Sea, and vid the Cape of Good Hope ; 
a Comprehensive Plan, by way of Egypt. 8vo. London, 1838 

Steam. — Facts relating to Steam Communication with India, on 
the Comprehensive Plan. 8vo London, 1839 

Steam Power, On its General Application to all Vessels instead of 
oaiis. ovo. ... ... ... ... ••• ■— ^-.™ 

Stephenson (Arch.), Observations on the Culture of Silk. 8vo. 

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Stewart (Lieut.-Col. M.), Considerations on the Policy of the 
Government of India, especially with reference to the Invasion 
of Burmah. 8vo. Edinb. 1826 

Stibbert (Major G.), His Case at Bengal. 8vo. London, 1774 

Stodart (J.), Account of Wootz, or Indian Steel. 4to. 

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Storey (Major Jos.), Minutes of the Proceedings of a General 
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Stow (Baron), The Efficiency of Primitive Missions; a Discourse. 
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TRACTS. 167 

Strachan (J. M.), The Connexion of the East-India Company 

with the Superstitious and Idolatrous Customs and Rites of 

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Strachey (Hen.), Narrative of the Mutiny of the Officers of the 

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Stratton (Greo.), Defence of, accused of the Wilful Murder of the 

late Lord Pigot. 4to London, 1778 

Stuart (And.), Letter to the Hon. Court of Directors respecting 

the conduct of Brigadier-General J. Stuart at Madras. 4to. 

London, 1778 
Sugar, An Account of the Method and Expence of Cultivating 

Sugar in Bengal. 8vo London, 17946 

Sugar, On Protection to West-India. 8vo. ... London, 1823 
Sugar Trade, Debates at Court of Proprietors, March 1823, on the 

East-India. 8vo. London, 1823 

Sullivan''s Plan, &c.. Address to East-India Proprietors respecting 

Questions for Ballot. 4to. ••• n. d. 

Sullivan, Defence of Mr. Sullivan^s Propositions, &c. Svo. 

London, 1767 
Sullivan'^s Plan for augmenting the Capital and extinguishing the 

Debts of the East-India Company, fol. London, 1772 

Sullivan's (L.) Letter to the Proprietors, fol. London, 1773 

Sullivan (J.), Speech at Court of Proprietors on the Case of the 

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the Sumatran Native School Institution, established 1819. Svo. 

Calcutta, 1819 
Sumatra. — Proceedings of the Agricultural Society, established in 

Sumatra, 1820; with Reports on the Populations of Marl- 
borough, Dua-Blas, Lumba-Selapan ; on the Cultivation of 

Spices at Bencoolen, &c. Svo. ••• Bencoolen, 1821 

Surat. — Proceedings connected with the Company'^s Investment at 

Surat in 1796, &c. 4to K. d. 

Sydney (Passage from) through Torres Straits to Madras. Svo. 

Bellary, 1842 
Sykes (Col. W. H.), Abstract of the Statistics of Deccan, 1827-8. 

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Sykes (Lieut-Col. W. H.), Statistics of Civil and Criminal Justice 

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168 TRACTS. 

Taylor and Caldecott. — Observations on the Direction and Inten- 
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Tea. — A Collection of Tracts on the Sales of Tea at the India- 
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Tea, a Collection of Tracts on, by Bruce, Horsfield, and others. 
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Tea Dealers, Narrative of the Conduct of, during the late Sale of 
Teas at the India-House. 8vo London j 1785 

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Monopoly on the Price and Supply of Tea; and on the Com- 
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Teignmouth (Lord), Considerations on the Practicability, Policy, 
and Obligation of communicating to the Natives of India the 
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Temperate Reply to Bronte's Letter on Temperance Societies. 8vo. 

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Temperance. — Experience of a Colour-Serjeant on Intemperance. 
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Temperance. — First Report of the Ahmednuggur Artillery Tempe- 
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••• ••• ••• 

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Tiemey (Geo.), The real Situation of the East-India Company 
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Tolfrey (W.), Narrative of Events in the Island of Ceylon. Svo. 

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TRACTS. 169 

Tombs (J. W.), Essay on Manicheism. 8vo. Madras, 1839 

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Trevor (Greo.), Sermon on the Occupation of Candahar, in June 

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Trevor (Greo.), Sermon preached at Ootacamund, in June 1844. 

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Twining (Rich.), Answer to the Second Report of the East-India 
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Tytler (John), Memorial of, to the Court of Directors soliciting 
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Vansittart. — A Defence of his Conduct in concluding the Treaty 
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Vindiciae Seramporianse. See Bowen's Missionary Incitements. 

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Waring (Maj. S.), Reply to a Letter addressed to J. S. Waring 
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Waring (Maj. S.), Letter to the Edinburgh Review in Reply to the 
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Waring (Maj. S.), Supplement to the Letter addressed to the 
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TRACTS. 171 

Waring (Maj. S.), Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Buchanan^s Christian 

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Waring (Maj. S.), Remarks on Mr. Weyland's Letter to Sir Hugh 
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Watson (Major), To the Committee of Correspondence concerning 
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Weava:^ (The) Answer to a printed Paper, entitled, " The Case of 
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Webb (Benj.), Description and Diagram of his Patent Polar 
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WeDesley (Marquis), History of all the Events and Transactions 
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Wellesley (Marq.), Letter to the Directors of the East-India Com- 
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Wellesley (Marq.), Letter to Government of Fort St. George rela- 
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White (Geo.), Reflections on a Paper, entitled, " The Answer of 
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White (Greo.), Letter to Nath. Tenche in Answer to his Animad- 
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172 TRACTS. 

White (Geo.), Account of the Trade to the East Indies ; with the 
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White (Sam.), Historical Abstract of his Management of Affairs 
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White (Sam.), An Abstract of his most deplorable Case under the 
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White (Capt. W.), The Murdered King of Oude, Nusser-ood- 
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White (Capt. W.), Letter demonstrating British Justice in India. 
8vo. ..^ ••• ••• .•• .., London, 184S 

Wilberforce (W.), Speeches on the Clause in the East-India Bill 
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Wilkinson (Robt.), The Stripping of Joseph ; a Sermon preached 
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Wilks^ Speech respecting the Impeachment of Warren Hastings. 
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Wilson (Bp. Dan.), Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Cal- 
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Wilson (Bp. Dan.), A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the three 
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Wilson (John), Missionary Journey in the North- West of India. 
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Wilson (Jo.), Lecture on the Vendidad Sade of the Parsi's. 8vo. 

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Wilson (Jo.), Sermon on the British Sovereignty in India. (2 copies) 
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Wilson (Jo.), Address read before the Monthly Meeting of the 
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Wilson (John), Sermon on the Death of his Wife. (2 copies) 
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Wood (Wm.), Essay on National and Sepulchral Monuments. 4to. 

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Woodley (Capt.), A Treatise on the Divine System of the Uni- 
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Woolhouse (W. S. B.), Investigation of Mortality in the Indian 
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Young (H.)) Remarks on the Cholera Morbus, its Symptoms, 
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Zeta. — Reply to a Pamphlet, entitled *^ India and Lord EUenbo- 
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Aikin (Arthur), Illustrations of the Arts and Manufactures. 8vo. 

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Baker (Ezekiel), Remarks on Rifle Guns and Fowling Pieces. 8vo. 

Braddock (John), Memoir on the Manufacture and Proof of Gun- 
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Buchanan (Claudius), View of the Colonial Ecclesiastical Establish- 
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Burke (Right Hon. Edm.), The Speeches of, in the House of 
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Burt (Wm.), Christianity : a Poem, with a Memoir of the Author, 

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Heber (Bp. Reg.), Sermons preached in India. Svo. London^ 1829 

Henry (Walter), Events of a Military Life; or, Recollections after 
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Le Bas (C. W.), Sermons at the Chapel of the East-India College. 
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List of the Fellows and Members of the Royal College of Surgeons 
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Macaulay (Thos. B.), Critical and Historical Essays contributed 
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Macdonald (John), Account of Experiments on the relative times 
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Menzies (Allan), Report to the Trustees of the bequest of the late 
Jas. Dick, for the benefit of the Country Parochial School- 
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Military Annual for 1844. Svo. London, 1844 

Moor (Major Edw.), Bealings Bells. — An Account of Mysterious 
Ringing of Bells at Great Bealings, Suffolk, in 1834. 12mo. 

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Mudge (Capt. Wm. and Jas. Dalby), Account of the Trigono- 
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Nesbit (Robt.), Discourses on Doctrinal Subjects. Svo. 

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Richardson (Hen.), The Loss of the Tigris, a Poem. Svo. 

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Ripa (Cesare), Iconlogia of uytbeeldingen des Verstands, door D. 
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Sainthill (Rich.), An 011a Podrida ; or Scraps, Numismatic, Anti- 
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Schlegel (A. W. de), Essais Litteraires et Historiques. Svo. 

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Shipp (John), Memoirs. See Biography. 

Shipp (John), The Military Bijou ; being the Gleanings of Thirty- 
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South Sea Company. — Inventory of all the Lands and Estates of 
the Directors of the South Sea Company. 2 vols. fol. 

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Trevor (Geo.), Sermons. 8vo. Calcutta^ 1844 

Whowell (T.), An Analogy of the Old and New Testaments, sys- 
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delung^s Historical Sketch of Sanscrit Literature, with Bibliogra- 
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Jphabet Arabe, Turk et Persan, k TUsagede Tlmprimerie Orien- 
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Jphabeta Orientalia Varia; iEthiopicum, Armenum, Barma- 
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Bukovgnak Schiavetanski u Dalmazij, Cophtum sive i^Sgyp- 
tiacum, Graecum, Hebraicum add. Samaritano et Rabbinico, 
Indica i. e. Samscrdamico - Malb. - Indostanum, Nagaricum 
Vulgare, et Talinganicum, Illyricum, Malabaricum sive Sam- 
scudonicum, Marasttum, Persicum, Syrio Chaldseum, Tan- 
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Jpbabete Orientalischer und Occidentalischer Sprachen zum Ge- 
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Jphabets, Eastern, comprising Telugu, Tamil, Singalese, Siamese, 
and the Oratio Dominica, in Chinese and Latin. 4to. n. d. 

Jphabeta Indica, id est, Granthamicum, seu Samscrdamico-Mala- 
baricum, Indostanum, sive Vanarense Nagaricum Vulgare, et 
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Angeli a Joseph (P.), Gazophylacium Linguae Persarum, Triplici 
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Ballhom (Fried.), Alphabete Orientalischer und Occidentalischer 
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Benfey (Theodor), Ueber das Verhaltniss der iEgyptischen Sprache 
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MeghaDuta; or. Cloud Messenger; a Poem by Calidasa, Sans- 
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Megha-Duta ; or. Cloud Messenger ; a Poem by Ealidasa, Sans- 
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Menu, the Laws of, in Sanscrit and English. 4to. Calcutta, 

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Nalodaya, Sanscritum Carmen Calidaso adscriptum una cum Prad- 
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Nalodaya (The) ; or History of King Nala : a Sanscrit Poem, by 
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Neeti Sunkhulun ; or Collection of the Sanskrit Slokas of enlightened 


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Kalee Krishna Bahadur. (2 copiss) 8vo. Serampore^ 1831 
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Polite Learning, A short System of; being an Introduction to the 

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Prabodha Chandrodaya, Krishnamisri Comcedia, Sanscrite et 

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Radjatarangini, Histoire des Rois du Kachmir, Sanskrit et Fran- 

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Ramayana, id est Carmen Epicum de Ramae Rebus Gestis Poetae 

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Rigveda-Sanhita, Liber Primus, Sanskrite et Latine, edidit Frid. 

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Rig-Vedae Specimen, Sanscrit et Lat. edidit F. Rosen. 4to. 

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Ring-Cakuntala, von Kalidasa, herausgegben, uebersetzt und mit 

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Sancara, sive de Theologumenis Vedanticorum. Fred. Windisch- 

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Sanhita of the Sama Veda, Sanscrit and English, translated by J. 

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Vidvunmoda - Taranginee ; or. Fountain of Pleasure to the 

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Pauthier, Memoire sur TOrigine et la Propagation de la Doctrine 
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CoUado (D.), Grammaticse Japonicse Linguae. 4to. RomaCy 1632 

Rodriguez (P.), Elements de la Grammaire Japonaise, par Lan- 

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Collado (D.), Dictionarium, sive Thesauri Linguae Japonicae Com- 
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Vocabulary of the Japanese Language. Svo. ••• — ^ u. d. 


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Rituel des Tatars-Mantchoux, en Tartar- Mantchou et Francois, 
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Alphabeta Bramanorum, seu Re^ni Avensis ; in Alphabetis Variis^ 
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Judson (A.), Dictionary of the Burman Language, with Explana- 
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Pengajaran Mesehi Terpendekh Guna Budak Budak Eechil. 
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OVO. ••• •••. .•• ... ... .•• ■ N. I). 


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Humboldt (Wil. von), Ueber die Kawvi-Sprache auf der Insd 
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Didascalia (The) ; or the Ethiopic Version of the Apostolical Con- 
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traduite de TArmenien par M . J. St. Martin. 8vo. 

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vol. i. 8vo. ... Romce, Typis Propag, Fide, n. d. 

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e Feyroni et Tattami Lexicis. 8vo. ... Berolini, 1844 

Benfey (Theodor), Ueber das Verhaltniss der Agyptischen Sprache 
zum semitischen Sprachstamm. 8vo. ... Ldpsic, 1844 

Fragment des Revelations Apocryphes de Saint Barthelemy, et de 
THistoire des Communautes Religieuses fondees par Saint 
Fakhome, Copte-Thebain et Francois, traduit par E. Du- 
laurier. 8vo. Paris, 1835 

Goulianof (J. A. de), Archeologie Egyptienne, ou Recherches sur 
TExpression des Signes Hieroglyphiques, et sur les Siemens 
de la Langue Sacree des Egyptiens. 3 vols. 8vo. 

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Klaproth (J.), Lettres sur la Decouverte des Hi^roglyphes Acro- 
logiques. 8vo. ... ... ... ... Paris, 1827 

Leemans (C), Lettre a M. Fr. Salvolini sur les Monumens Egyp- 
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Loewe (L.), The Origin of the Egyptian Language, proved by 
the Analysis of that and the Hebrew. 8vo. London, n. d. 

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Paolini (Stefano), Dittionario Giorgiano e Italiano. 4to. 

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Wakhoucht (Le Tsarevitch), Description Geographique de la 
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Gesenius (Guil.), Scripturae Linguaeque Phoeniciae Monumenta. 

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New Testament (The), with Critical, Explanatory, and Practical 
Notes. Pbinted in Letters op Gold, on enamelled 
Papeb. 4to London, 18S6 


New Testament. El Evangelio segun S. Lucas, traducido al 
Vascuence. 12mo. MadridjlSSS 


New Testament. El Evangelio segun S. Lucas, traducido al 
Romani o Dialecto de los Gitanos de Espana. ISmo. 

Rome, 1837 



Bible. The Pentateuch, translated into the Pushtoo Language. 

oVO. ... ... •*• ... ... •*• ... "^"^^^ 

New Testament, translated into the Pushtoo Language. Svo. 

Serampore, 1818 
New Testament, translated into Pushtoo. Svo. _— 1827 

2 L 



Bible (The Holy), containing the Old and New Testaments, trans- 
lated into Arabic. (3 copies, one large paper) 4to. 

Newcastle, 1811 

New Testament, translated into Arabic, by Syed N. Jevad Sabat. 
Fart I. 4to Calcutta, 1809 

New Testament. Extrait d'une Traduction MS. en Langue Ber- 
bere de quelques Parties de TEcriture Sainte, contenant XII. 
Chapitres de S. Luc. 8vo. London, 18SS 

Liturgia Anglicana, seu Precum Communium et Administrationis 
Sacramentorum, aliorumque Ecclesise Rituum et Ceremo- 
niarum adjecto Davidis Psalterio. Arabice nunc primum 
totus editus, curis E. Pococke, Jo. Tytler, and W. H. Mill. 
4to. Calcutta, 1837 


Bible (The Holy), translated from the original Tongues into the 
Assamese Language. 8vo Serampore, ISBS 


Bible (The Holy), translated into the Bengali Language. 5 vols. 

8vo Serampore, 1801-3 

Bible (The Holy), or the Old and New Testament, translated into 

Bengalee, by Wm. Carey. 2 vols. 8vo. Serampore, 1801 

Bible (The Holy), translated into Bengalee. 8vo. Serampore,18SZ 
Bible (The Holy). The Psalms of David and Isaiah, translated 

into Bengalee. (2 copies) 8vo. ... Serampore^ 180S 

Bible (The Holy), The Pentateuch, Historical and Prophetical 
Books, translated into the Orissa Language. 6 vols. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1807-14 
Bible. The Pentateuch, translated into the Uriya Language. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1811 

New Testament^ translated into Uriya. 8vo. Serampore, • 

New Testament, translated into Uriya. 8vo. Serampore, 1811 



New Testam^t, translated into the Bhutuner Language. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1824 


New Testament, translated into the Bhugelkhunda Language. 8vo. 

Serampore^ 1821 


Bible (The Holy), translated into the Camatica Language. 4 vols. 

8vo. ... Madras, 1838, &c. 

Grenesis (The Book of), translated into Carnatica. 8vo. 

Bellary, 1840 
Exodus (The Book of), translated into Carnatica. 8vo. 

Bellaryj 1842 
Psalms (The Book of), translated into Carnatica. 8vo. 

Bellary, 1839 
New Testament, translated from the Greek into the Eumata Lan- 
guage. 8vo Seramporej\S9& 

Common Prayer Book of the Church of England, translated into 
the Camatica Language. 8vo Bellary^ 1838 


New Testament. The Gospel of St. Mark, translated into the 
Chinese Language. 8vo ... 

New Testament. The Gospel of St. John, translated into Chinese. 
4to Seramporey 1813 

Bible. Genesis in de Singaleesche, door Hen. Philipsz. 4to^ 


New Testament, translated into the Singalese Language. 8vo. 

Cohmbo, 1820 

New Testament, translated into the M^^adha or Pali Language. 
8vo Serampore^ 1818 



New Testament, translated into the Dongar Language. 8vo. 

Serampore^ 1818 


New Testament, translated into the Garwal Language. 8vo. 

Serampore^ 1819 


New Testament, translated from the Originals into the Groozuratee 
Language. 8vo. Serampore, 1820 


Bible, The Pentateuch, Historical and Prophetical Books, trans- 
lated into the Hindi Language. 2 vols. 8vo. Serampore, 1812 

Bible. The Prophetical Books, translated from the Originals into 
Hindi. 8vo Serampore, 19>^\ 

New Testament, translated into Hindi. (2 copies) 8vo. 

Serampore, — — 

New Testament, translated into Hindi, and revised by Wm. Hunter. 
{^copies) 4to Cofcw//o, 1805 

New Testament, translated into Hindi. 4to. Serampore, 1811 

New Testament, translated into Hindi. 8vo. Serampore, 1818 

New Testament. The Gospels, translated into HindL 8vo. 

Serampore, 1812 


New Testament, translated into Hindoostanee. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1833 


Common Prayer Book of the Church of England, ynth the Psalter, 
translated into Indo-Portuguese. 8vo. ••• London, 1826 



New Testament, translated into the Kunouj Language. 8vo. 

Serampore^ 1821 


New Testament, translated into the Kashmeeri Language. 8vq. 

Seramporcj 1821 


New Testament, translated into the Kemaoon Language. 8vo. 

Serampore^ 1819 


New Testament, translated into the Ehassee Language. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1831 


Bible, The Pentateuch, translated into the Eonkan Language. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1821 

MAGADA, see Cingalese and Pah. 


Bible (The Holy), translated into the Mahratta Language. 3 vols. 

8vo. Bombay^ 1836-8 

Bible. The Pentateuch and the New Testament, translated into 

Mahratta. 2 vols. 8vo. Serampore, 1807 

Bible. The Pentateuch, translated into Mahratta. 8vo. 

Serampore, 1812 
Bible. The Prophetical Books, translated into Mahratta. 8vo. 

Sera/nvpore, 1821 
New Testament, translated fix)m the Original into Mahratta. 8vo. 

Serampore^ 1824 
Matthew (The Gospel of St.), translated into Mahratta. 8vo. 


Common Prayer Book of the Church of England, translated into 
Mahratta by the Rev. J. Dixon. (2 copies) 8vo. 

Bombay^ 1835 

Prayers, Morning and Evening, and the Psalms, translated into 

Mahratta. (9, copies) 8vo. Bombay 



Bible (The Holy), translated into the Malay Language. 4 vols. 

• •• 


Bible. The Old Testament, translated into the M alayalim Lan- 
guage. 4 vols. 8vo. Cottayam, 18S9-41 

Psalms (The Book of), translated into MalayaUm. 12mo. 

Cottayam, 1839 

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Buchanan (Claudius), Memoir of the Expediency of an Ecclesias- 
tical Establishment for British India. 4to. London^ 1805 

Buchanan (Claud.), The Star in the East ; a Sermon preached 
February &&, 1809. 8vo London, 1809 

Buchanan (Claud.), Christian Researches in Asia ; with Notices 
of the Translation of the Scriptures into the Oriental Lan- 
guages. 8to. • London, 1812 

Buchanan (Claud.), Apology for Promoting Christianity in India, 
in Two Letters concerning the Idol Juggernaut, and a Memo- 
rial in Defence of the Christian Missions in India. 8vo. 

London, 1813 

Buchanan (Claud.), Address delivered before the Church Missionary 
Society to the Rev. Messrs. Greenwood and Norton, Mis- 
sionaries to the Island of Ceylon, &c. 8vo. London, 1814 

Burke (Jas. Hen.), Days in the East, a Poem. 8vo. London, 1842 

Bussy (Le Sieur de), Memoire Expositif de ses Creances sur la 
Compagnie des Indes. 4to. ... ••• Paris, 1764 

Butler (Chas.), Hors Biblics. Notes on the Koran, the Zend 
Avesta, the Vedas, the Kings, and the Edda. (2m2 Part) 
8vo. London, 1802 

Campbell (L. Dundas), Letter on the " Articles of Charge'' against 
Marquis Wellesley, before the House of Commons. (2 copies) 
8vo. ... icmctow, 1808 

Campbell (Wm.), Decline of Hindooism and Progress of Chris- 
tianity in British India. 8vo. ... ... London, 1839 

Chapman (Miss P.), On Hindoo Female Education. (2 copies) 

London, 1839 

Charma (M. A.), Essai sur la Philosophic Orientale, par J. 
Menant. 8vo. Paris, 1842 

Colebrooke (H. T.), Miscellaneous Essays. 2 vols. 8vo. 

London, 1837 

College of Fort William, The Proceedings of, during its First 
Four Years. 4to. ... ... ... Lowdtm, 1805 

College Examinations, Fort St. George, from 1814 to 1817. 
{^copies) fol. •.• .•• ... ... ... N. D. 

Cormack (John), Account of the Abolition of Female Infanticide 
in Guzerat. 8vo. London, 1815 

Graufurd (John), An Appeal from the Inhabitants of British 
India to the. Justice of the People of England. 8vo. 

London, 1839 

Cunningham (Lieut. A.), The Ancient Coinage of Kashmir. 8vo. 

London^ 1843 

Danish Missionaries. Thirty-four Conferences between the Danish 


Missionaries and Malabarian Brahmans, translated by J. T. 

Phillipps. 8vo London, 1719 

Danish Missionaries. Conferences of the Danish Christian Mish 
sionaries and the Heathen Natives of Hindostan. ISmo. 

London, 1811^ 

Diez (Hein. Fr. von), Buch des Eabus, oder Lehren des Persischen 

Eonigs Ejekjawus fiir seinen sohn Ghilan Schach, aus dem 

Turkisch-Persisch-Arabischen iibersetzt. Svo. Berlin, 1811 

Diez (H. F.), Denkwiirdigkeiten von Asien. 2 vols. Svo. 

Berlin, 1811-15 
Domestic Guide to Mothers in India, containing Instructions on 
the Management of Themselves and their Children. Svo. 

Bombay, 1SS6 
DuiF (Alex.), India and India Missions, including Sketches of the 

System of Hinduism. Svo. Edinb. 1839 

Duff (A.), Missions, the chief end of the Christian Church. ISmo. 

Edinb. 1839 
East Indians : Agreement of their Customs with those of the Jews 
and other Ancient People. Svo. ••• London, 1705 
East India Year Book for 184j1. 12mo. ... London, 1841 
Erdman, the Persica of Herodotus, derived from Persian Authori- 
ties, in Russian. Svo. Kaaan, 1840 

Essays by Students of the College of Fort William, to which are 
added the Theses pronounced at the Public Disputations in 

1802. Svo. Calcutta, 1802 

Frank (Othmar), Das Licht vom Orient. Svo. Nurnberg, 1808 
Gilchrist (J. B.), The Oriental Green Bag. Svo. London, 1820 
Goodhugh (Wm.), Lectures on the Motives to the Study of 

Biblical Literature. Svo. « London, 1838 

Grant (Asahel), The Nestorians, or the Lost Tribes, with Evidence 
of their Identity ; an Account of their Manners, Customs, and 
Ceremonies; and Sketches of Travel in Assyria, Armenia, 

Media, and Mesopotamia. Svo London, 1841 

Haughton (Sir G. C), Reply to Col. Vans Kennedy on the 

Vedanta Philosophy. Svo. London, 18S5 

Hindoos. Essays relative to the Habits, Character, and Moral 

Improvement of the Hindoos. (2 copies) Svo. London^ 1823 

Hoffmanni (Chr.), Consensus et Dissensus Religionum Profanarum, 

Judaismi, Samaritanismi, Muhammedismi, .Gingis-Chanismi, 

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Hoppner (J.), Oriental Tales, translated into English Verse. 12mo. 

London, 1805 


Hutchinson (Jas.), The Suneyassee, an Eastern Tale ; and other 
Poems. 8vo Calcutta^ 1838 

Julien (S.), Simple Expose d'un Fait Honorable odieusement dena. 
ture dans un libelle recent de M. Pauthier. 8vo. Paris^ 1842 

Kaempferi (Engelb.), Amoenitates Exoticae Politico- Physico- 
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KalthofHi (Jo. Hen.), Jus Matrimonii Veterum Indorum cum 
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Bonnae, 1829 

Kings (The), of the East ; an Exposition of the Prophecies, deter- 
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Mystical Euphrates is being dried up. 8vo. London^ 1842 

Elaproth (J. von), Sur les Boukhares (Extrait du Journal Asia- 
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Klaproth (J.), Memoire sur les Sources du Brahmapoutra et de 
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Klaproth (J.), Archiv. fur Asiatische Litteratur, Geschichte und 
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Klaproth (J.), Observations sur la Carte de PAsie en 1822, par 
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Klaproth (J.), Tableau Historique, Geographique, etc. du Cau- 
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8vo ... Paris^ 1827 

Klaproth (J.), Antwort auf eine im Hermes Abgedruckte Recen- 
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Klaproth (J.), Rapport sur le Prqjet de Voyage, de M. Bucking- 
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Kovalevsky, Precis de Plntroduction et des progres de PEnseigne- 
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Macdonald ; Proceedings of a General Court Martial at Bangalore, 
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Madras Comic Almanac for 1843, or a Year's Encyclopaedia of 
Wit and Humour. 8vo. ... ... J/adra«, 1843 

Mahn (E. A. P.), Ueber die Modalitat des Orientalischen Studium, 
nach den Fordernissen der Gegenwartigen Zeit. 12mo. 

Sulzhach, 1821 


Mangles (R. D.), Vindication of the East-India Company^s Grovern- 
ment of Bengal from the Attacks of Messrs. Richards and 
Crawfurd. 8vo. ... ... London^ 1830 

Massie (J. W.), Continental India. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1840 

Memoirs of a Cadet, by a Bengalee. 8vo. . . . London, 1839 

Milne (Wm.), A Retrospect of the first Ten Years of the Protestant 
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Mitchell (John), An Essay on the best Means of civilizing the 
Subjects of British India, and of diffusing the Light of the 
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Moor (Edw.), Hindu Infanticide. An Account of the Measures 
adopted for suppressing the systematic Murder by their 
Parents of Female Infants, with Remarks on other Customs 
peculiar to the Natives of India. (2 copies) 4to. 

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Moore (Major Edw.), Oriental Fragments. {9,copies) 8vo. 

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Morris (J. B.), Prize Essay towards the Conversion of Learned 
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Morrison (John), On the Advantages of an Alliance with the Great 
Mogul. 8vo. London, 1774 

Morley (Wm.), Letter to Major Gen. Jo. Briggs, on the Discovery 
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Nabob (The), or Asiatic Plunderers, a Satyrical Poem. 1773 

Nabobs, Enquiry into the Reason why Persons are so called. 
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Notice de quelques Ouvrages de Literature Indienne, publics en 
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Paravey (Ch. de), Documens Hieroglyphiques sur le Deluge de 
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Pardoe (Miss), City of the Sultan ; and the Domestic Manners of 
the Turks in 1836. 2 vols. 8vo. ... London, 1837 

Pareau (J. H.), Commentatio de Anrulkeisi Moallakah. 4to. 

Trajecti, 1828 

Pauthier (M. G.)„ De TOrigine et de la Formation des difFerens 
Systemes d'Ecritures Orien tales et Occidentales. 8vo. 

Paris, 1838 

Peregrine Pultney, or Life in India. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1844 

Philoxenus Secundus; Persian Recreations, with Notes, and an 


Account of two Ambassadors from Iran to James I. and 

George III. ISmo. London, ISli 

Postans (Mrs.), Facts and Fictions, illustrative of Oriental Cha* 

racter. S vols. 8vo. London, 184t4t 

Poynder (John), On Human Sacrifices in India; Substance of 

his Speech delivered at the Court of Proprietors in 1827. 

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Primitiss Orientales, containing Essays by Students of the College of 

Fort William^ to which are added the Theses pronounced at 

the Public Disputations, with Translations. {2 copies) 8 vols. 

in 2. Svo. Calcutta, 180^ 

Prinsep (G. A.), Sketch of the Proceedings and present Position of 

the Saugor Island Society and its Lessees. — Report of the 

Committee of Public Instruction, Fort William, for the Year 

1886. 2 vols, in 1. 8vo Calcutta, 18S1-7 

Ram R4z, Essay on the Architecture of the Hindus. 4to. 

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Remusat (J. P. Abel), Observations sur quelques points de la 

Doctrine Samaneenne, et sur les Noms de la Triade SuprSme 

chez les differens peuples Bouddhistes. 8vo. Paris, 1831 

Remusat (J. P. Abel), Melanges d^Histoire et de Litterature 

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Remusat (J. P. Abel), Nouveaux Melanges Asiatiques, ou Re- 

cueil de Morceaux de critique et de Memoires aux Religions, 

aux Sciences, etc. (2 copies) 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1825-29 
Richardson (D. Lester), Literary Leaves, or Prose and Verse, 

chiefly written in India. 2 vols. Svo. ••• London, 1840 
Richardson (Capt. J. G.), Trials, with his Notes of Reference 

and Explanation. 4ta Bombay,18S7 

Road-making in India, a few practical Hints for the Use of Tyros. 

(Z copies) Svo Madras,184S 

Rose (Carl), Ueber die Muhammedanische Religion. l2mo. 

EJberfeld, 1800 
Rosnel (P. de), Le Mercure Indien, ou le Tresor des Indes. 4to. 

Paris, 1667 
Sacy (Silvester de), Expos^ de la Religion des Druzes ; avec la 

Vie du Ehalife Hakem-Biamr-AUah. 2 vols. Svo. Paris, 1838 
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Sleeman (Major), Report on the Depredations committed by the 

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Steuart (Gen.), The Ladies^ Monitor, being a Series of Letters on 
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Sullivan (John), Letter respecting the Circar of Mazulipatam. 
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^41* All anooymous Works, Translations (except of portions of the Scripture), and 
Memoirs are placed under their respective subjects. The East-India Papers form 
a separate article under that head. The various heads of the Catalogue are in 

Abbott, Parry, Sec. Correspondence, 123. 
Journey from Khiva, 49. 

Sketches and Views, 69. 

THakoorine, a Tale, 276. 

Abbreviatio Inquisitionum, 9. 

Rotul. Originalium, 9. 

Abdallatif, Relat. de PEgypte, 43, 216. 
AbdoUatiphi Bagdadensis Vita, 212. 
Abdul Hak (Maulana) Sbarah Sipahie 

Sadet, 212. 
— — Kerim (Maulavi) Moolukhkus-ool- 

Tuwareekh, 224. 
Abell (C.) Journey in China, 59. 
(Mrs.) Recollections of Napoleon, 

Abbandlungen der Akademie der Mun- 

chen, 119. 
Abool Fuzl, Khinid Ufroz, 237. 
— : — Kasim, Sharaya ool Islam, 210. 
Aboo Moohummud, Mukaroat-ool-Huree- 

ree, 210. 
Abridgment of General Orders, Sec, 95. 
Abstract of Proceedings of the House of 

Commons, 124. 
Abu Abdalla Dahab, Tabkat al Hifiiz, 


Dschafferi Mohammed, Annale Re- 

gum, etc., 216. 

: Djafar Mohammed 

Tabri, Chro- 
nique, 229. 

Fuzl Moohummud, Soorah, an Ara- 

bic Dictionary, in Persian, 207, 222. 
Abul Abbasi Amedis, Vitse et Res gestse, 

Alae, de Vita et Carminibus, 212. 

Abulfedae Africa, 208. 

— — Annates Muslemici, 14, 212, 216. 
— '" Descriptio -^gypti, 43, 212. 
Abnlghasi, Historia Mongolorum et Tar- 
tarorum, 250. 

Hist. G^neal. des Tartars, 16. 

Abul - Pharaji, Historia Dynaistiarum, 

Abu Scid von Seruj, 217. 

Abu Talib Khan, Travels, in Persian^ 

Taleb Khan, Travels, 36, 222, 228. 

Abyssinia, Travek in, 43. 

Academic Imp. des Sciences de St. P6- 
tersbourg. Bulletin Scientifique, 1 17. 

Bulletin Historico-PhiloIogique,117. 

Sciences, Politiques, Stc, 1 17. 

Royale des Inscript, Sec. (Histoire 

de r), 117. 

(M^moires present^s k !')» 117. 

(Notices et Extraits des MSS. X 1 17. 

Acadian Code of Signals, 96. 
Account of Funds, 124. 

of Transactions in the House of 

Commons, 124. 
Acosta, Drogas y Medicinas, 91. 

Hist. Naturale della Indie, 86. 

Acts of Parliament, 73, 124. 

of Parliament, Scotland, 73. 

Adams (R.) Narrative, 41. 

Hindui Dictionary, 266. 

Hindee Grammar, 266. 

Advantage of Knowledge, in Goojraiee, 

Adawlut System, History of, 75. 
Addresses to Proprietors of East- India 

Stock, 124. 
Adelung, Deutsche Sprachlehre, 100. 

Mithridates, 177. 

Sketch of Sanskrit Literature, 177. 

(F.) Versuch einer Literature der 

Sanskrit- Sprache, 177. 
Adhikaran Bhumiti, 199. 
Admiralty Regulations, 96. 
Adventure, Relat of the Ship, ]24< 

of Naufragus, 53. 

^Egyptian Grammars, 255. 
iBsop. See Esop. 

^thiopic Grammars and Dictionaries, 253. 

with Translations, 254. 

Affghan Grammars, 239. 

War, Report on the Causes of, 124. 

AiTghanistan, Events in, 124. 



Aff^hanisUnit History of, 16. 

7Vave& tn, 4f9. 

Affghans, History of, 230. 
Africa, History of, 12. 

Travels in, ^l, 42. 

African Education Society's Report, 124. 

Islands, Voyages and Travels tn, 43. 

Agricultural and Horticultural Society of 

India, Transactions o^ 117. 
and Horticultural Society of St. 

Helena, Proceedings, 124. 

and Horticultund Society of Western 

India, Correspondence, &c., 124. 
Ahmed Ibn Mohammed Al-Makkari*s 

History of the Mohammedan Dynasties 

in Spain, 217. 
Ahmud-bin-Moohummud, or Ibno Arab 

Shah, 208. 
Aikin (A.) On Arts and Manufactures, 

Ainslie (Sir R.) Views. <Sfee Mayer, 71. 

(W.) Christianity in India, 17. 

(W.) Materia Medica, 91, 177. 

( W.) Materia Medica Indica, 91. 

Ainsworth, Latin Dictionary, 101. 
(W, F.) Travels, 36. 

Travels in Asia Minor, 46. 

Airy (G. B.) Astronomi(»l Observat., 

Magnetical and Meteorological Ob- 
servations, 83. 
Akademie zu Berlin, Abhandlungen, 118. 

Berichte der, 118, 

Akerblad, Inscript. de Rosette, 1. 
Akerman (J. Y.) Numis. Manual, 5. 

On Stone Worship, 125. 

Akhlak-i. Jalali, 222, 228. 
Akhlak-Mohasani, 222. 
Akmuloodeen (Mohamed) Inayah, 209. 
Akwdn-us-Saffa, 236. 

Alaveipyer Takiidi, 200. 

Albanicus, Letters on Warren Hastings, 

Alcedo, Geographical Dictionary, 32. 
Alcoran, Arab, et Lat 212. 

See Koran. 

Alee Bin Abee il Huzum, Moojiz-ool- 

Qanoon, 210. 
Alexander (J. £.) Narrative, 41. 

Travels, 39. 

(Wm.) Original Drawings, 68. 

Alfabeto y Lengua de los Fenices, 256. 
Alfiyya, ou Grammaire Arabe, 205. 
Ali Ben Abi Talib, Carmina, 212. 

Sententiae, 211, 212. 

Ali Bey, Travels, 36. 
Hazin, Life, 64, 229. 

Mohammed Khan, Hist, of Gnze- 

rat, 17, 229. 
Alif Laila, 20a 
Alif Lailat wa Lailat, 208. 
Allamee, Letters of Eminent Persons. 222. 
Allen (J. N.) Diary in Affghanistan, 49. 
Almanack, The Anglo-Indian, 119. 

The Bengal, 120. 

-. — The Bombay, 120. 

Madras, 122. 

Almanack, New Madras, 122. 

Alphabetum ^thiopicum, 253. 
etc., Armenum, 254. 

Bramanorum, 181, 251 . 

Cophtum, 255. 

Graecum, 101. 

Grandonico-Malabaricum, 204. 

Hebraicum, 253. 

Illyricum, 101. 

Indica, 177. 

Orientalia Varia, 177. 

Orientalischer, etc., 177. 

Persicum, 219. 

Syro-Chaldffium, 253. 

Tibetanum, 249. 

Turk et Persan, 177. 

Veterum Etruscorum, 100. 

Alphabets, Eastern, 177. 

Alpini, Hist. iBgypti Naturalis, 92. 

Medicina ^gyptiorum, 92. 

Am&l! Carmen Arabicum, 212. 

Amara Cosha, a Sanscrit Dictionary, 182, 

Ambassades du Japon, 61. 
Amboyna, Tracts on, 125. 
America, History of, 31. 

Voyages tOf and Travds m, 62- 

Amera Sinha, Cosha, 182. 

Ameer Khan, Memoirs of the Patban 

Soldier, 229. 
Ammaniyam, 200. 
Amro*lkais, Divan de, 212. 
Amru Sataca, 183. 
Amrui ben Kelthiim Tbglebitee, Moallaka 

et Vita, 212. 
Amyot, Gram. Tartare-Mantchou, 250. 

Dictionnaire Tartare - Mantchou, 


Anatomical Description of the Heart, m 

Arabic, 208, 209. 
Anatomy, 91. 
Ancient Accounts of India, 14, 217. 

Calendars and Inventories, 10. 

History, in Bengalee, 267. 

Laws of England, 10. 

Laws of Wales, 10. 

and Modem History, 7. 

Anderson, Achean and Parts of SaInat^^ 


- Malayan Peninsula, 58, 77. 

Origin of Commerce, 79. 

Tamil Grammar, 199. 

Andrews, Astron. and Nautical Tablet, 

Institutes of Grammar, 100. 

Anecdotes, Moral, &c., m Persian, 273. 
Angeli a Joseph, Gazophylacium, 178. 
Anglo- Chinese College, Tracts on, 125. 

Eastern Empire in 1832, 17, 77. 

Indian Almanack, 119. 

Animal Biography, m Bengalee, 267. 
Anis ul Musharrahin, 208. 

Annales de 1* Association de la Propagation 

de la Foi, 119. 

des Empereurs du Japon, 31. 

Annales, Islamismi, 219. 

Annals of Botany, by Konig and Sinn, 87, 

of Oriental Literature, 119. ' 



Annandy Outlme of the Government of 

India, 77. 
Annesley, On the Diseases of India, 92. 
Annuaire Magn^tique, 83. 
Annual Register, 8 and 120. 
Anson (Lord) Voyage, 36. 
Antarae, Poema Arabicum, 212. 
Anthologia Sentent. Arabicum, 213. 


Sanscrita, 183. 

Anthologie Arabe, 213. 
Antiqtaties and IrucripHons, 1. 
Antonini Meditationes, Gr. et Arab., 213. 
Anwari Mohammadi, On the Shamael 

Turmuzi, 211. 

Soheily, 222. 22a 

Suhaili. in Dukhinee, 239. 

Arabia, History o^ 14. 

(Travels in), ^. 

Arabian Nights* Entertainments, 217. 
Arabic Dictionaries, 207. 

Grammars, 205. 

Proverbs, by Burckhardt, 212. 

Reader, 272. 

TftTfe, 208. 

with Translations, 211. 

Translations from, 216. 

Arabum Proverbia, 213. 
Arago, Astronomy, 84. 
Araish-I-Muhfil, 236. 

Archer, Tours in Upper India, 50. 
Arcot (Nabob of). Tracts on the, 125, 126. 
Ardai Viraf Nameh, 229. 
Arichendra Puranaro, 200. 
Arithmetic, in HindoostaneSf 272. 
Armandi, Hist Militaire des Elephants, 

Armenia, History of, 15. 
Grammars, 254. 

with Translations, 254. 

— - Translations from, 254. 
Amot, Hindustani Grammar, 234. 

History of the Indian Press, 126. 

and Forbes, On the Hindoostanee 

Tongue, 234. 
Arriani Exped. Alexandri, 7. 
Arrian, Hist of Alexander's Ezped., 7. 
Artillery, Special Board of, 95. 
Arunachela Puranam, 200. 
Arundale (F.) Jerusalem and Mount 

Sinai, 46. 
Ashbah wa al Nazair, 208. 
Ash, English Dictionary, 100. 
Ashsburh-ooUMoognee, 208. 
Ashwa Ghoshu, Wujra Soocbi, 283. 
Asia, History of, 13. 

Travels in, 45. 

Voyages to, 56* 

Asiatic Annual Register, 120. 

Islands, History of, 27. 

Journal, 120. 

Miscellany, 276. 

- Researches, 117. 
Mttssia^ Travels in, 61. 

Society of Bengal, Journal of, 118. 

of Great Britain, Journal o^ 1 18. 

—7'— Society, Transactions, 117. 
AnaHe Turluy, Travdsin, 46. 

Asmar, Memoirs of a Babylonian Frinoeii, 

Assam Company's Report, 126. 

A Sketch of History of, 87. 

Assemani, Bibliotheca Orlentalis, 101. 
Assey, On the Trade to China, 126. 
Astronomical and Meteorological Obaef- 

vat. at Madras, 84. 

Observations in Hindustan, 85. 

Plates, in ^ra6ic, 272. 

Society, Address of the, 126. 

Society, Memoirs of, 118. 

Tracts, 84. 

Astronomy and Mathematics, 84. 
Atkinson, Affghanistan, 16, 69. 
Atlases and Maps, 34. 

Atlas, in Goojratee, 270. 

of India, 34. 

Atma Bod'ha, 190. 

Attishudi, 200. 

Auber (P.) British Pow^ in India, 25. 

China, 29. 

Constitution of the East-India Cofl»- 

pany, 25, 73. 

Auckland, Minute by Lord, 126. 

and Ellenborough, 126. 

Australia, Voyages and Travels in, 63. 
Auswahl aus den Diwanen des Gr&sstes 

Mystischen Dichters Persiens, 227. 
Authentic Papers on Indian Affairs, 126. 
Avdall, Census of Armenian PopulatioVt 

Avicennes Opera, Arabice, 208. 
Avirotawuntiyar, 200. 
Avril, Travels, 36. 
Avyar, Attishudi, 200. 
Ayah and the Lady, in Mahratta, 268. 
Ayeen Akbery, 229. 
Azz-Eddin Elmocaddessi, 213. 

Baber (Emperor) Autobiography, 64, 233. 
Baber (T. H.) Papers on his Case, 126, 
Back, Arctic Land Expedition, 62. 

Art of Fencing, 126. 

Backhouse (J.) Narrative, 42. 
Bacon (T.) First Impressions, 50. 

Baer and Helmersen, Beiti^e zur Kennt* 

niss des Russischen Reiches, 32. 
Bagho-Buhar, 236. 
Baghi Ordoo, 236. 
Bahar.I. Danish, 222. 

Danush, or Garden of Knowledge^ 


Baikie (R.) Neilgherries, 50. 
Baillie, Arabic Grammar, 205. 

Digest of Muhammedan Law, 75. 

Mohammedan Law of Inheritance^ 


Tables and Lectures on Arabic 

Grammar, 205. 
Baily (Fr.) Life of Jo. Flamstead, 65. 
Baital Pachisi and Sinhasan Battisi, 192. 
Baker, Bramins* Observatory at Benares^ 


(E.) On Rifle Guns, 173. 

Baki, Turkischen Lyrikers Diwan, 233, 



Bala Ramayanam, 203. 

Baldwin (G.) Political Recollections, 77. 

— Brit Campaign in Egypt, 77. 

Remedy for the Plague, 126. 

Balfour, Forms of Herkem, 813. 
Ball, On a second Port in China, 126. 
Ballantyne, Hindustani Grammar, 234. 
Hindustani Letters, 238. 

Hindustani Selections, 236. 

Persian Caligraphy, 219. 

Ballhom, Alphabets, Orient., 178. 
Ballingall, On Fever, &c., 92. 

Band, Dissertatio Medica Inauguralis, 92. 

— Tentamen Medicum Inaug., 92. 
Banda, Capture of the Island of, 69. 
Baneijea, Truth Defended, 126, 183. 
Bankier, On Dysentery, Sec, 92. 
Bannister, Humane Policy, 77. 

Baptist Mission in India, Narrative of, 

Missionary Society's Periodical Ac- 
counts, 120. 

Bdrah-Masa, 237. 

Barber, Overland Guide, 39. 

On Steam Navigation, 126. 

— Philojohannes Unmasked, 187. 
Baring, On the Commutation Act, 127. 
Barlow (Sir G.) Administration, 25. 

— Tracts on his Government, 127. 
Barnes (G.) Sermon on Education, 127. 
Bamett (J.) Sermon, 127. 

Barr ( W. ) Journal of a March to Cabul, 16. 
Barretto, Persian and Arab. Dictionary, 

Barron (R.) Views in India, 69. 
Barrow (Jo. ) History of Voyages, 62. 

— Life of Earl Macartney, 66. 

Southern Africa, 42. 

— Travels in China, 59, 

— Voyage to Cochinchina, 56. 

(W.) On Translating the Scriptures, 

Bartolomeo, Voyage to the East Indies, 

Bartriharis Sententise, 186. 
Bateman (J.) La Martini^re, 127. 
Batris Singhasana, 195. 
Bayeri, Hist Regni Graecor.Bactri.,7. 

— de Horis Sinicis, 246. 

— Museum Sinicum, 240. 
Bay6eld, British Relations with Ava, 54. 
Bayley (H. V.) Doije-Ling, 51. 
Beatson, St Helena, 43. 

War with Tippoo Sultaun, 17. 

Beaufoy, Nautical Experiments, 96. 
Becker, Letters on Cholera, 127. 
Beechey, Expedition in Africa, 41. 
Beeckman, Vojrage to Borneo, 58. 
Beha^eddin, Essenze der Rechenkunst, 

Beidhavii Comment, in Coranum, 208. 
Beke, Origines Biblicse, 276. 
Belcher, Nautical Surveying, 96. 
Bell, On Diseases of the Liver, &c., 92. 

— (Jo.) Comparative View, 81. 
(J.) Travels, 36. 

(Lieut Col. J.) Defence on his Trial, 


Bellew, Memoirs of a Griffin, 276. 
Belnos, Plates of Hindoo and European 

Manners in Bengal, 69. 
Belzoni (G.) Egypt, 43. 

Plates of his Researches, 69. 

Benefits of Knowledge, tn HintU, 266. 
Benfey (T.) der ^gyptischen Spracbe, 


Griechische Grammatlk, 101. 

Ueber der Aegyptischen Sprache, 


und M. Stem, Ueber die Monatsna- 

men, 276. 

(T.)Indien, 18. 

Bengid Almanac, 120. 

Annual and Lit Keepsake, 276. 

Catholic Expositor, 120, 123. 

Catholic Herald, 12a 

Directory, 120. 

Disturbances in 1759, 71. 

Narrative of Transactions in, 829. 

what happened in 1760, 18. 

Revolution in 1757, 18. 

Sporting Magazine, 120. 

Tracts on, 127. 

Bengali Dictionaries and Gramman, 

Texta, 195. 

foith Translations, 196. 

Ben Musa, Algebra, 213. 

Benna, Lobgedicht auf Sultan. Abdul- 

Medschid, 276. 
Bennett, Ceylon, 56. 

Fishes of Ceylon, 91. 

Bentley, Hindu Astronomy, 84. 
Bentinck (Lord W. C.) Mutiny at Vel- 

lore, 18. 
Bergeron (P.) Voyages in Asia, 45. 
Berggren, Guide Fran9a!s-Arabe, 207. 
Bergman, Nomadische Streifereien, 250. 
Beresford, Arabic Syntax, 205. 
Berlin Akademie, Abhandlungen, 118. 

Berichteder, 118. 

Bernard, Voyages of the Nemesis, 59. 

Bemier (Fr.) Voyages, 51. 

Berquin, Children's Friend, in Goojratss, 


Children's Friend, m Maratjui, 869. 

Bertolacci (A.) View of Ceylon, 81. 
Beschii Gram. Latino- Tamulica, 199. 

Tamil Grammar, 199. 

(Father), bis Life, 64. 

Bessel, Refraction Tables, 84. 
Bethani (Capt Jo.) Trial, 128. 
Bethor, Dictionnaire Arabe, 207. 
Beurman, Ueber Affghanistan, 49. 
Sevan (H.) Thirty Years in India, 51. 
Beveridge, de Ling. Orientalium, 178. 
Rewind der Bataafsche Republick, 27. 
Bb&gavat.GeetS, 189. 

Gita, 183, 186. 

Purina, 183, 186. 

Bharavi, Kir^ta Arjuniya, 184. 
Bhartri Han, 183,203. 

Bhasha Parichheda and Siddhanta Mnkta- 

vaU. 183. 
Bhatti Kavya, 18a 
Bhattoji Dikshita, Siddhanta KMimudir 




Bhattu Murti, Vasu Charitra, 203. 
Bhavabhuti, Milati and Madhava, 184. 

Uttara BAma Cheritra, 185. 

Bhumiti, Practical Geometry, 198. 
Bibles, in Various Languages, 257 to 264. 
SibHography and Printing^ 101. 
Bibliothecffi Regiae Catalogus, 102. 
Biblioth^ue de Silv. de Sacy, lOa 
Biden (C.) Naval Discipline, 96. 
•Bidpal> Calila et Dimna, 213. 

Colailah wa Dimnah, 209. 

Bija Ganita, 194, 198. 

Ganit, in Gcqfratee, 199. 

Bills on India Affairs, 128, 

Bingham (J. £. ) Expedition to China, 59. 

Biography t 64. 

Biot, Dictionnaire des Noms, des Villes, 

etc., dans TEmpire Chinois, 241. 
Bird (Miss) Introd. to Astronomy, tit 

Hindostani, 272. 

Sair Mutakadamin, 237. 

Bjornstjerna (M. ) det Brittiska Riket, 18. 

Brit. Empire in the East, 18. 

Theogonie der Hindus, 3. 

Blackburn (J.) Naval Architecture, 128. 
Blacker (V.) Mahratta War, 18. 
Blackstone, Commentaries, 73. 
Blackwood, Ekilnb. Magazine, 120. 
Blanco (F. M.) Flora de Filipinas, 87. 
Blane (Sir G.) Health of the Brit. Navy, 

Blin (A.) Dictionnaire Tamoul, 200. 
Blofeld (J. H. ) Algeria, 42. 
Blume, de Indische Bij, Tijdschrift, 57. 

Rumphia, 87. 

et Fischer, Flora Javae, 87. 

Blumenblatt, eine Epische Dichtung der 

Chineeen, 243. 
Blumhardt, Familien-Verwandschaft, 178. 
Boardman (J. ) Vocabulary, 99. 
Bode (Jo. E.) Uranograpbia, 84. 

(Baron de) Travels in Lauristan, 47. 

Bogaerts, Rcizen van Asia, 45. 

Bogda Getser Khan, 250. 

Bogle ( G.) Letter on Resigning his Office, 

Bohadini F. Sjeddadi, Vita Saladini. 64, 2ia 
Bohlen (Dr. P.) Autobiographic, 64. 

Comment, de Motenabbio, 219. 

das alte Indien, 14. 

Bohoodurson, or Various Spectacles, 178. 
Boileau, Personal Narrative, 51. 

Traverse Tables, 96. 

Boisduval, Lepidopterres, 90. 
Bokhara, Travels in, 49. 

Bolt (W.) Oppression suffered by, 128. 
Bombay, Acct. of the Settlement of, 18. 

Army, Journal of, 20. 

Calendar and Almanac, 120. 

Civil List, 128. 

Literary Society's Transactions, 118. 

Medical Society's Transactions, 119. 

New Courts of Judicature, 128. 

Proceedings, Reports, Rules, &c. of 

the Various Societies in, 128 and 129. 

and Bengal, Events in, 18, 128. 

Bonafous, Trait6 du Mais, 87. 
Bontii, Medicina Indorum, 92. 

2 p 

Bontius, on the Diseases of India, 92. 

Book of the United States, 33. 

Books of Prints, 68. 

Boorbani Qatiu, 221. 

Bopp (Fr.) Glossariuro Sanscritum, 182. 

(Fr.) Grammat. Sanscrita, 181. 

(Fr.) Vergleichende Grammat., 178. 

(Fr.) Vocalismus, 100. 

Bore (£.) Corresp. et Mem. d'un Voya- 

geur en Orient, 64. 
Borget(A.) La Chine eties Chinois, 69. 
Borrer ( D. ) Journey to Jerusalem, 36. 
Boscowan's (The) Voyage to India, 53. 
Bose, Ueber Arabiscb • Byzant. Miinzen, 

Bosnia, History of the War in, 2.^. 
Boswell (Jas. ) Letter to the People of 

Scotland. 129. 
Botany, 87. 
Bouchettc (J.) Atlas of N. America, 34. 

(J.) British Dominions in North 

America, 32. 

Boughton (Sir G. B. ) Considerations on 
Great Britain and her Oriental Colo- 
nies, 276. 

Boullaye-Ie-Gouz, Vo3rages, 36. 

Bouvet, Hist, de I'Empereur de China, 29. 

Bowen (J.) Missionary Excitement, 129. 

Bower (H.) Tbeol. Dictionary tn Tamil, 

Bowring (J. ) on the Oriental Plague, 129. 

Boyce (Chas.) Memorial, 276. 

Boyd (Chas.) Turkish Grammar, 232. 

Boyer, French Dictionary, 100. 

Braddock (J.) on Chemical Testing, 129. 

(J.) on Gunpowder, 173. 

Brady (Jo. ) Clavis Calendaria, 7. 

Brahma Vaivarta-Purana, 186. 

Brahmegupta and Bhascara, 189. 

Brand (A.) Embassy to China overland, 

Bredow (G. G.) Universal History, 7. 

Brenton (E. P.) Naval History, 8. 

Brett ( F. H. ) on the Surgical Diseases of 
India, 92. 

Bridge ( B.) Algebra tn Arabic, 208. 

Conic Sections, 85. 

Trigonometry, 85. 

Bridgman (£. C.) Chinese Chrestomathy, 

Briefe Ueber den Fortgang der Asiatis- 

chen Studien, 276. 
Briggs (J. ) on the Land Tax of India, 77, 

(J. ) Letters to a Toung Person in In. 

dia, 276. 

(J.) Mohamedan Power, 18, 19. 

Bristed (J.) America and her Resources, 

Britaine (Wm. de), Dutch Usurpation, 

129, 17;>. 
British Association, Reports of, 118. 

Friend of India Magazine, 120. 

British History, 8. 

British India, by Murray, &c., 18. 

India Analyzed, 77. 

India, Notes on the Relations of, 




British Indian Societj, Addresses and 
Speeches, 129. 

Indian Military Repository, 120. 

Museum, additions to, 1. 

Museum, Reports on, 9. 

Possessions in India, Tracts on, 129. 

and Foreign Reyiew» 120. 

Brodie, Reply to Sir F. Macnaghten, 129. 
Brooke (T. H.) Hist of St Helena, 12. 
Brooks (T.) Coins of India, 80. 

(T.) East Indian Weights, &c. 81. 

Brosset, Monog. desMonnaies Armen., 5. 
Broughton (T. D.) Letters in a Mahratta 

Camp, 51. 

(T. D.) Selections from Hindoo 

Poetry, 193. 

Brown (C.P.) on the Creed, Customs, Ba- 
sava, Puran, &c., of the Jangams, 276. 

( C. P.) Language, &c., of the Telu- 

gus, 203. 

(C. P.) Sanscrit Prosody, 181. 

(C. P.) Telugu Grammar, 202. 

(C. P.) Telugu and Sanscrit Pro- 
sody, 202. 

(F. C.) Letters on Disturbances in 

Canara, 129. 
— ( Jas. ) Tables of Exchanges at Ma- 
dras, 130. 

(W.) Gentoo and English Vocabu- 

lary, 202. 

Bruce (C. A.) on the Black Tea of As- 
sam, 87, 130. 

( Jas. ) Travels to the Source of the 

Kile, 44. 

(J. ) Annals of the East-India Com- 
pany, 25. 

(J.) Report on theEast- India Char- 

ter, 25. 

(J.) on the Renewal of the Charter, 


(J.) Speech, 130. 

Bruchstucke aus Walmiki's Ramajana, 

Bryce (Jas.) on Idolatrous Practices in 

India, 130. 

(J. ) Native Education in India, 276. 

Brydges (Sir H. J.) Court of Persia, 15. 
(Sir H.J.) Dynasty of the Kajars, 


(Sir H.J.) Letters, 130. 

Buchanan (Claud.) Address to the Church 
Mission Society, 277. 

(CI.) Apology for Christianity in In- 
dia, 277. 

(CI.) Christian Researches, 277. 

(CI.) Colonial Eccles. Estab. of 

Great Britain, 173. 

(CI.) on an Eccles. Estab. for India, 


— (CI.) Star in the East, 277. 
(Fr.) Journey from Madras, 51. 

Buck (Jo.) on Equations, 84. 
Buckingham (J. S.) Travels in Assyria, 

Travels among the Arab Tribes, 46. 

Travels in Palestine, 46. 

Travels in Mesopotamia, 46. 

Statement of Facts, 130. 

Buckstone, Luke the Labourer, 130. 
Bucquoy, Lestien Jaarige Reize, 51. 
Budd, Church Catechism explained, 273. 
Buee (W. U.) on the Clove Tree, 87. 
Buhae-ood-Deen and Nujum-ood-Deen- 

Ulee Khan, Koolasut-ool-Hisab, 211. 
Buetal Pucheesee, 192. 
Bulletins de la Grande Armee, in Turkish, 

Bullock (T. H.) The Chinese vindicated, 

Bullocks, Contracts for, 130. 
Burchell (W. J.) Southern Africa, 42. 
Burckhardt, Arabic Proverbs, 212. 
Burgess (Bp.) on the Study of Hebrew, 

Burke (Rt Hon. E.) Correspondence 

and Speeches, 173. 

Letters, 130. 

(J. H.) Days in the East, 277. 

Burmah, History of, 27. 

Travds in, 56. 

Burman Dictionaries, 251. 

and Siamese Grammars, 251. 

Burmani, Thesaurus Zeylanicus, 87. 
Burmont, Inscript. Cuneiformes, I. 
Bumamala, or Bengali Alphabet, 267. 
Bumes (Sir A.) Cabool, 4^. 

(Sir A.) Travels in Bokhara, 49. 

(Jas. ) Visit to Sinde, 18. 

Bumey (J. ) South Sea Voyages, 35. 
Burnouf, Comment, sur le Ya9na, 240. 

et Lassen, Essai sur le Pali, 204. 

Burt, Christianity, a poem, 173. 

Scientific Papers, 83. 

Steam Voyage, 40. 

Views in India* 69. 

Busawan Lai, Memoirs of Ameer Khan, 

Busbequius, Travels, 38. 
Bussy, Memoire Expositif, 277. 
Butler (Chas.) Hone Biblicse, 277. 

(D.) Topography of Oud'h, 51. 

(Prince) Queries, 130. 

Querical Demonstration, 130. 

State of the Wool Case, 130. 

Butterworth, Table of Roads from Madras, 

Butt, Rambles in Ceylon, 56. 
By-Laws. &c., of the East- India Com- 
pany, 73, 130, 131. 
Bytal-Puchisi, 194. 

Caab Ben Zoheir, Carmen, 208, 2ia 
Cadell (W. A.) Description of Hindoo 
Bellows, 131. 

(W. A.) Description of Idols, 131. 

Calcutta Annual Register, 120. 

Christian Advocate, 123. 

Christian Observer, 120. 

Gazette, 12a 

Journal of Natural History, 120. 

Legal Observer, 123. 

Magazine, 120. 

Medical Society's Transactions, 1 19. 

Monthly Journal, 120. 

Review, 12a 



Calcutta School- Book Society's Proceed- 
ings, 131. 

School- Book Society's Rules, 265. 

CaJendarium Inquisit Ducatus Lancas- 
triae, 10. 

— — Inquisitionum, 10. 

Rotul. Cbartanim, 10. 

Rotul. Patentium, 10. 

Calendars of Proceedings in Chancery, 10. 
C^ltd^, RYtusanhani, 185. 

Caliddsa, Megba D6ta, 187, 190. 

Nalodaya, 187. 

See Kmidasa, 

Calilaet DiiDna,2ia 

Callery, Systema Phoneticum, 240. 

Voyage sur les C6tes de la Chine, 

51, 131. 

Callicoes, Duty upon East India, 131. 
Calvert (Capt) Letters received by him, 

Cambridge (R. O.) War in India, 18. 
Camich (M.) History of Armenia, 15. 
Camoens (L.) Lusiad, 51. 
Campagne (H. D.) Java, 81. 

Kort Overzigbt van Azi6, 27. 

Campbell (A. O. ) Notes on the Penal 

Code, 75. 

(A. D.) Regulations for Madras, 74. 

(A. D.) Teloogoo Dictionary, 202. 

(A. D.) Teloogoo Grammar, 202. 

(D.) Narrative, 40. 

(Lt Col. Jas.) Excursions in Ceylon, 


• (Jo.) Travels in South Africa, 42. 

(L. Dundas) Letter on the Marquis 

Wellesley, 277. 

( L. D.) Letter on the Charges against 

the Marq. of Wellesley, 131. 
— ( L. D. ) Vindication of the Wellesley 
Policy, 131. 

( Wm. ) Decline of Hindooism, 277. 

Canarese LHctumarieg, Grammars, and 

TextSy 204. 
Candolle, sur la Famille des Anonacees, 

Canes Diccionario Espanol Latino Ara- 

Canning (Rt. Hon. Geo.) Speeches and 

Life, 17a 
Canton Miscellany, 243. 
Cantor, Sketches of Animals, 89. 
Caperan, Sens Prophetique, 173. 
Capbelengii Lexicon Arabicum, 207. 
Capper (J.) Passage to India, 40. 
Careri, Voyage autour du Monde, 36. 
Carey, (E.) Memoir of Wm. Carey, 65. 

(W.) Bengalee Dictionary, 194. 

(W.) Bengalee Grammar, 194. 

(W.) Bengalee Dialogues, 194. 

(W.) Mahratta Dictionary, 197. 

(W.) Mabratto Grammar, 197. 

(W.) Punjabee Grammar, 194. 

(W.) Sanscrit Grammar, 181. 

(W.) Telinga Grammar, 202. 

Cargoes of the Halifax, Union, &c. 131. 
Carlyle (J. D. ) Specimens of Arabic 

Poetry, 213. 
Carmen Arabicum, 214. 

Carpenter, English Spelling Book, 273. 
Carr (Bp. T.) Sermons and Charges, 131. 
Carta Para Meos Filhos, 275. 
Carter (W.B ) Remarks on the Anglo 

Asiatic Society, 131. 
(W. G.) on the Cessation of Life, 

Cary (G. and J.) Map or Hindoo8tan,34. 

(J.) Universal Atlas, 34. 

Casalis, sur la Langue Sechuana, 99. 
Case of the East- India Company, 13]. 
Cases. See Las Cases. 
Casiri Bibliotheca Arabico-Hispana, 102, 

Catalogue of the Asiatic Society's Library, 


AtheniBum (Liverpool) Library, 102. 

Bibliothecffi Regis, 102. 

de la Biblioth. d'Edchmiadzin, 102. 

of the Bombay Asiatic Society's Li- 
brary, 102 

College of Surgeons Library, 102. 

East- India College Library, 102. 

Librorum in Biblioth. Gothana, 103. 

of the London Institution Library, 


— of Sir W. Marsden's Library, 103. 

— Oriental Books in the Library of the 
Asiatic Society, Bengal, 178. 

— W. Platel's Library and Oriental 
MSS., 132. 

— Rare Chinese Books, 246. 
of the Royal Dublin Society's Li- 

brary, 103. 

— Royal Society's Library, 10.3. 

— Tippoo Sultan's Library, 104. 
of Sir R. Chambers' Sanskrit MSS.. 



of the Cottonian MSS., 102. 

of Dr. Guise's Library and MSS., 

— the Harleian MSS., 102. 

— Lansdowne MSS., 102. 

— Mackenzie MSS., 104. 

— MSS. Orient. Bibliotheca Bodlei- 
ans, 102. 

— MSS. Sanskrit, 102. 

— of Oriental MSS., 102. 

— Persian and Arabic MSS., 231. 

— the Maps, &c., in the Library of 
George III., 102. 

— Chinese Collection, 59. 

— Damages, 131. 

— Goods saved out of the Phenix, 132. 

— Ashmolean Museum, 103. 

— Comparative Anatomy of the Royal 
Coll. of Surgeons of London, 91. 

— Hunterian Collection, 91. 
Preparations in the Royal Coll. of 

Surgeons, Ireland, 91. 
Catechism for Children, in Canarese, 27L 

in Mahratta, 269. 

in Teloogoo, 270. 

of English Grammar, in Telugu,270, 

Caulfield (J.) Letter on India Affairs, 132. 

Causidicus, Two Letters, 132. 

Caussin, Notice de la Grande Table Ha- 

kemite, 219. 



Cebetis Tabula, Gr. Arab,, etc,, 17B. 
Cena Upanishad, 186. 
Ceylon Gazetteer, 56. 

History of, 205. 

Ceylon, Voyages to and Travels in, 56. 
Chabar Gulzar, 223. 
Chambers ( Sir R. ) Memoir of, 65. 
Cbamic (M.) History of Armenia, 25^ 
Chapman, On Hindoo Female Education, 

Cbardin, Voyages en Perse, 48. 
Charma sur la Philosophic Orientale, 277. 
Charter of the Bank of Bengal, 132. 

Question, Tracts on, 132. 

Remarks on the East-India Com- 
pany's, 132. 

Chartered Rights of the E. I. Company, 

Charters of the East- India Company, 73, 

74, 132. 
Chase (J. C.) Cape of Good Hope, 42. 
Chater, Singalese Grammar, 204. 
Chaudoir, Monnaies de la Chine, 5. 
Cbelebi ( Al) Vertraute GefUbrte, 214. 
. Chesney, Navigation of the Euphrates, 96. 
Cb,hutru Prukash, 192. 
China, Account of, 29. 

History of, 29. 

and the Chinese, 59. 

the last Year in, 59. 

the Penal Code of, 77. 

Tracts on, 133. 

Voyages to and Travels in, 59. 

Chine, Histoire de, ou Annales de cet Em- 
pire, 244. 

Histoire Generale de la, 29. 

Chinese Dictionaries and Grammars, 240, 


Drawings, 68, 69. 

Embassy to the Tourgouth Tartars, 


Repository, 120. 
Texts, 242. 

with Translations, 242. 
TransUuions from, 243. 

Chinnery (Capt.) Defence on his Trial, 

Chitty (S. C.) Ceylon Gazetteer, 56. 
Cholera, Reports on, 92, 94. 
Chrestomathia Arabica, 210. 

Sanskrita, 183, 186. 

Chrestomathie Arabe, 215. 

Chinoise, 242. 

Christian Intelligencer, 121. 

Investigator, 121. 

Knowledge Society, Design of the. 


Researches in South India, 133. 

Christianity in India, Letters on, 133. 
Christie (A. T.) On the Cholera, &c., 92. 
Chronique d*Abou-djafar Mohammed Ta- 

bari, 229. 
Chronology, 7. 

of the Hindus, 7. 

Churcher*8 College, Petersfield, 8. 
Church Missionary Register, 121. 

Patronage in India, Letter on, 133. 

Chy-Fa.Hian, FoS KouS Ki, 243, 244. 

Cingalese Dictionaries, 205. 

and PaU Grammars, SW4. 

and PaU, with Translations, 2C5r 

and PaU Translations from, 205k 

Circular Orders, 74. 

Clarke (A. )Bibliog. Dictionary, 103. 

(J. S. ) Maritime Discovery, 35. 

(J.) Answer to Shaw's Inquiry, 133. 

and McArthur*B Life of Lord Nel- 
son, 67. 

Class Reading Book, 273. 

Claughton (P. C.) On the Religion of 

Mohammed, 133. 
Clerc, Tu le Grand et Confucius, 29. 
Clifford (Lord) Letters on India Affairs, 


Roman Catholics in India, 134. 

(H. J.) Vocabulary of the Loo- 

Cboo Language. See Hall, 59. 

Clift, Geography for Natives, 273. 
Clive (Lord) Letters and Speeches, 134. 
Clot- Bey, Aper^u Gen. sur I'Egypte, 43. 
Clough (B.) Singalese Dictionary, 205. 
Clune, Princes of India, 18. 
Clymer, Columbian Printing Press, 134. 
Coakley (J.) Hist Naturelle du Th6, 87. 
Coal Resources of India, Reports on, 134. 
Cochin China, History of, 27. 

Voyages to, 56. 

Cochin Chinese Dictionary^ 251. 
Cockbum (Sir J.) Plan, 134. 
Code of Laws of the Pangerans' Court, in 
Malay, 252. 

Medical Regulations for Fort St. 

George, 92. 

Military Standing Regulations, 95. 

Pay Regulations, &c., 95. 

Regulations for Madras, 74. 

Colailab wa Dimnah, 209. 
Colebrooke(H. T.) Cape of Good Hope, 


(H. T.) Digest of Hindu Law, 75. 

(H. T.) Hindu Law of Inheritance, 

75, 189. 

(H. T.) On Contracts, 75. 

(H. T.) Colonial Corn, 81. 

(H. T.) the Husbandry^^of Bengal, 


(H. T) Miscell. Essays, 277. 
(H. T.) Sanscrit Grammar, 181. 

Coleman (C.) Mjrthologyof the Hindus, 3. 

Colin, Historia do las Islas Filipinas, 28. 

Collado, Dictionarium Japonice, 248. 

Grammaticse Japonicae, 248. 

Collard, La Commission des Archives 
d'Angleterre, 134. 

Collections of Voyages and Travdi, 35. 

College Examinations, Fort St. George, 

of Fort William, Proceedings of, 277. 

and Schools of Fort William, Sug- 
gestions on, 134. 

Collingwood (Lord) Life and Correspon- 
dence of, 65. 

Colonial Magazine, 121. 

Colson (Miss's) Deplorable Case, 134. 

Commerce, 79. 

Commerce, Provision of Investment, 134. 



Commission on the £. I. Company's Af- 
fairs, 134f. 

Commodities fiom the East Indies pro- 
hibited, 134 

Common Phtyer Book, in Canarese, 259. 

in Indo- Portuguese, 260. 

— in Maharatla, 261. 
in MaUufaUm, 262. 

Compans Bibloth. Asiattque, Sec, 103. 
Comparative Kalendar, 223L 
Conchologyy 91. 

Conder (J.) View of all Religions, 173. 
Conduct of the East- India Company, 134. 
Confucius, Works, Chinese and English, 

Chi- King Liber Carminum, 243. 

Histoire Chinoise, 29. 

Le Chou-King, 245. 

Congreve (H.) On Telegraphs in India, 

Conolly (A.) Journey to India, 40. 

Conon, Grammaire Mandchoue, 250. 

Conquests in India, Enquiry into the Po- 
licy of making them, 143. 

of the Miao-Tse, 243. 

of Peru and Mexico, 135. 

Conselhos, Amigaveis aos Pais, 275. 

Considerations on the East- India Bill, 135. 

Contes et Nouvelles des Chinois, 243. 

Conversations on Chemistry, tit Mahratta, 

on Natural Philosophy, in Mahratta, 


on the Present Crisis, 135. 

Conwell, Recherches sur THuile de Cro- 
ton, 135. 

Conybeare and Phillips, Geology, 86. 

Cooke.(Wm.) His Case fairly stated, 135. 

Cooke (SirThos.) Examinations, &c., 143. 

Cooley (W. D.; Negro Land, 12. 

Cooper ( C. P. ) Lettres sur la Cour de la 
Chancellerie, 73. 

( C. P. ) Speech on Lady Hewley*s 

Foundation, 135. 

Copeland (S.) Hist, of Madagascar, 12. 

Coptic Gframmars, 255. 

Corbaux (Fr.) On Compound Interest, 80. 

Corbyn (F.) on Cholera, &c., 92. 

(F.) On Medical Departments, 135. 

Cordage, Remarks on the Patent, 135. 

Cordiner (J.) Ceylon, 56. 

Cormack (J.) On the Abolition of Fe- 
male Infanticide, 277. 

Comer (Miss) History of China, 29. 

Cornwall (H.) Observat. upon Voyages to 
India, 50. 

Correspondence of Abbott, Parry, &c., 

of Messrs. Cooper, &c., 9. 

Corry (Bp. D.) Outline of Ancient His- 
tory, 273. 

Corse (J.) On Asiatic Elephants, 89. 

Cory (J. P. ) Ancient Fragments, 3. 

Corygaum Column, Sketch of the, 135. 

Cosha, a Sanscrit Dictionary, 182. 

Cotton, Reports and Tracts on, 135. 

Cottrell (C. H.) Siberia, 61. 

Court (M. H.) Palembang, 28. 

Cox (H.) Residence in Burmah,56. 
Cramer (P,) Papillons Exotiques, 90. 
Craufurd (J.) Indian Archipelago, 27. 
(J. ) Embassy to Ava, 56* 

(J.) Letters from Brit. Settlers, 51. 

(J. ) Appeal from India, 277. 

(J.) View of Free Trade to India, 


(Q.) Laws, Theol. &c , of India, a 
Creighton (H.) Ruins of Gour, 69. 

(J. N.) Siege of Bhurtpore, 18, 

Creuze, Naval Architecture, 96. 
Crichton (A.) History of Arabia, 14. 
Criminal Cases, Reports of Select, 76. 
Crisp (M. F.) Naval Architecture, 96. 
Croix (P. de la) Hist de Genghizcan, 16. 

Hist, de Timour Bee, 16, 

(St. J Examen Critique, 7. 

Csoma de KOrOs, Tibetan Dictionary, 249. 

Tibetan Grammar, 249. 

Cunningham (A.) Coinage of Cashmir, 

(G. G.) Lives of Eminent English- 
men, 65. 

(J. W. ) Essay on the Christian Reli- 

gion, 135. 

Cunynghame, Recollections in China, 59. 
Curtis (T. A.) on Steam Communication, 

Customs and Manners of the Women of 

Persia, 229. 
Cuvier, Le Regne Animal, 89. 

Dabistan, 223, 229. 

Dacca, Antiquities of, 69. 

Dadoba Pandurung Turkudur, Murat,hee 

Grammar, 197. 
Daendels, Java, 58. 

Nederlandsche Oostindische Bezit- 

tingen, 58. 

- Staat der Nederlandsche Oostin- 
dische Bezittingen, 27. 

D*Aguilar, OflScer's Manual, 95. 
Dhatu Patha, 183. 

Dallas (G.) Speech at Calcutta, 1.35. 
Dairy mple (Alex.^ Oriental Repertory, 

Various Tracts, 135, 136. 

Dal ton (R.) Prints of Egyptian Manners 

and Customs, 69. 
Dangers of British India, 136. 
Daniel! (T.) Hindoo Excavations, 70. 

(T. & W.) Antiquities of India, 70. 

Oriental Scenery, 70. 

Voyage to India, 70. 

(Wm.^ Views in the Burman Em- 
pire, 70. 

Views of Windsor, 70. 

Voyage round Great Britain, 70. 

D*Anville, Atlas de la Chine, 34. 

Eclaircissemens Geograph. sur la 

Carte de Tlnde, 32. 
— - Index et Specimen Geograph., 32. 
Trait6 des Mesures, Sec. , 32. 

Danish Missionaries, Conferences, 277, 

Dapper (O.) Asia, 45. 




D*Arvieux, Travels in Arabia, 46. 
Darwin (CJ On Coral Reefs, 91. 
Dattaka-Chandrika, 183, 186. 

Mim&nsi, 183, 186. 

Daubeuy (C.) On Volcanos, 86. 

David (A. L.) Turkish Grammar, Sec, 

Davidson, Travels in Upper India, 51. 
Davis (Edw.) Celtic Researches, 99. 

(G.) On the Bengal Medical Retir- 
ing Fund, 136. 

(J. F.) On the Chinese Year, 1.36. 

(J. F.) The Chinese, 59. 

(J. F.) Chinese Vocabulary, 241. 

(J. F.) Massacre of Benares, 18. 

(J. F.) Sketches of China, 29. 

Davy (Jo. ) Interior of Ceylon, 56. 
Daya Bhaga, 183. 

and Mit^shara, 189. 

of the Mitakshara, 192. 

Daya-Crama-Sangraha, 186. 
Daya Kaumudi, 183. 
Daya-Krama-Sangrah, 183. 
Daya Tatwa, 183. 

D*Beth.hillels (Rabbi D.) Travels, 45. 
Debates in the Asiatic Assembly, 136. 

- on Bribery, &c. 136. 

at the East-India House, 25, 115-16, 


Debrett, Peerage, 65. 

Decker, Treatise on Artillery, 95. 

Declarations respecting the States Gene- 
ral, 136, 137. 

De Dieu, Rudimenta Ling. Persioe, 219. 

Deed of the Madras Civil Fund, 137. 

De Guignes, Dictionnaire Cbinois, 24>1. 

Histoire des Huns, &c. 16. 

De Initiis et Originibus Relig. in Oriente, 

Dempster, Flan of Savings, 137. 

Denham and Clapperton's Travels, 42. 

Dennie's (W. H.) Affghanistan, 16. 

De Noe, Exped. Anglaise du Bengale, 18. 

Denon, Voyage en Egypte, 44. 

Derrick (C.) Royal Navy, 96. 

Der Weise und der Thor, 249. 

Desatir, or Sacred Writings of Persian 
Prophets, 227. 

Deschamps (J.) Scenery of Ceylon, 70. 

Desh-u-Lubun (O.) Letter, 137. 

Detector, Letters, 137. 

Devimahatmyam Markandejra Purana, 

Dezeseis Pequenos Sermoes,275. 

D'Herbelot, Bibliotheque Orientale, 13. 

Dialogues, &c. in Chinese, 242. 

on Geog. &c. in Goqfratee, 270. 

■ in Hinduwee, 266. 

in Marathee^ 269. 

Dictionnaire Mandchou Fran9aise, 251. 
Dictionarium Latino- Tamulicum, 200. 
Dictionary, Malabar and English, 204. 

of the Maratha Language, 197. 

and Grammar, Tamil, 270. 

of the Tamul Language, 200. 

Telugu and French, 202. 

of Words used in the East Indies, 


Didascalia, or Ethiopie Version of Apos- 
tolic Constitutions, &c. 254. 

Diez, Buch des Kabus, 278. 

Denkwilrdigkeiten von Asien, 278. 

Diffenbach (£.) Travels in New Zealand, 

Dig-Durshun, or Indian Youth's Maga- 
zine, 267. 

Digest of Mohumudsn Law, 75. 

Dilherri Eclogse Sacrae Novi. Teat 254. 

Dillenii (Jo.) Hortus Eltbamensis, 87. 

Dillon (Chev.) Conquest of Siberia, 137. 

(P.) Voyage in the South Sea, 6a 

Diluvium, 183. 

Dinwiddle, Analysis, 137. 

Dyonysii, Orbis Descriptio, 31. 

Dirom*8 Campaign in India, 18. 

Dissents or Protests of E. Parry, and 
others, 137. 

Djemal-Eddin- Mohammed, Alifyya, 205. 

Documens Statistique, sur TEmpire de la 
Chine, 243 

Documenta Philosophis Arabum, 214. 

Documents, Sec, of Scotland, 10. 

Dodwell (Geo.) Narrative, 25. 

(G.) Claims, 137. 

and Miles's Lists of Officers, 25, 26. 

Dom, Ueber die Verwandtschaft des 
Persichen, 220. 

Dombay Grammatica Mauro - Arabica, 

Gram. Linguae Peraicae, 220. 

Domestic Guide to Mothers in India, 

Dominique, Dictionaire et Grammaire 
Fran9oi8 Tamoul, 200. 

Don (D.) Flora Nepalensis, 87. 

Donaldson (J. W.) New Cratylus, 101. 

Doomesday-Book, 10. 

Dooshwanta and Sakoontala, 189. 

Dorn (B.) Hist of the Afghans, 17. 

Dom, de Psalterio ^thiopico Comment., 

Dottrina Christiana, Arab, et Ital.,214. 

Doveton, Court Martial on, and Memorial 
of, 137. 

Dow (A.) Hindostan, 18, 19. 

Dowing (Sir G.) Discourse and Reply, 

D'Oyly (Sir C.) Antiquities of Dacca, 

and Parker, On Transit and Town 

Duty, 77. 

Draper (Col.) Answer, 137. 

Drawings and Books of Prints, 68. 

D*Rozario, Hindustani Dictionary, 235. 

Druck Sanskritischer Weike, 189. 

Drummond (R.) Grammatical Illustra- 
tions, Guzerattee, Mahratta, and Eng- 
lish, 198. 

(R.) Illustrat. of Gramm., Parts, 


(R.) Malabar Grammar, 204. 

Dubois (Abbe) Moeurs, etc., de Tlnde, 51. 

Manners and Customs of India, 


Theogonie des Brahmes, 3. 

Ducatus, Lancast. Calendariun^ 10. 



Duff (A.) India and India Missions, 278. 

(A.) Missions the Chief End of the 

Church, 278. 

(Jas.) Hist of the Mabrattas, 19. 

History of the Mahrattas, t» Mah- 

ratjta, 198. 
Dufief, Nature Displayed, 99. 
Dukhnee Texts ana Translations, 239, 
Dulaurier, Sur les MSS. Malays, Sec, 

Dundas (H.) Letters on Trade to India, 

Dundonald (EarL) Memorial, 138. 
Dunn, Catal. of the Chinese Collection, 

Duperron (A.) Legislation Orientale, 76. 

f A.) Oupnek*hat, 4. 

Dupleix ( Sr. ) Reponse, 138. 
Duppas (R.) lUustrat. of the Lotus, 87. 
Duquesne, Voyage to the East- Indies, 52. 
Durga Mahatyma, 183. 

D Urville, Philologie, 99. 

Dutch East' India Company, History of, 127. 

Earl (G. W.) Eastern Seas, 37, 
Eastern Traveller's Interpreter, Arabic, 

East- India Affairs, Tracts on, 138. 

Colon. Magazine, 121. 

Companies Old and New, Tracts 

on, 138, 9. 

Company's Disputes with Raja of 


— History of, 25. 

— Company's Laws, 74. 
Company of Scotland, Tracts on. 


East-India Examiner, 139. 
Monopoly, Tracts on, 140. 

East- India Papers, Parliamentary, 
&c., 104 to 117. 

Accounts, 104—112. 

Acts of the Govemt of India, 104. 

Aden, Correspondence, 104. 

Affairs of the East- India Company, 
104, 106, 107, 108, 112. 

Affghanistan, 105—109. 

Allowances to Directors, 112. 

Answers to Interrogatories, 105. 

Appointments by the Court of Direc- 
tors, 105. 

Arnot, Compensation to, 105. 

Banca, Acquisition of, 105. 

Bank of Asia, 105. 

Bebb, Two Letters by, 105. 

Benfield, Loans, 115. 

Bishops, Furlough Allowances, 105. 

Bolt, India Affairs, 115. 

Boyce, Memorial, 115. 

Boyd, Petition, 105. 

British Settlers, Return, 105. 

Buchanan (C.) Official Papers, 115. 

Burmese Goyemment, 105. 

Calcutta Journal, 105. 

Camatic Commission and War, 105. 

East-India Papers, &c. — (continued), 
Ceylon War, 106. 
Charter Question, 106. 
China and its Trade, 106—108. 
Church Establishment, 106. 
Cinnamon, &c., 106. 
Clive (Lord) Government, 115. 
College of Fort Wm., Regulat. and 

Reports, 114. 
Commerce, 106. 
Compensation, 106. 
Corporal Punishment, 106. 
Correspondence of the Government, 

Cosijurali and Shawpore Case, 115. 
Cotton, Reports on, 112, 113. 
Courts of Justice, 106. 

Debates on the East- India Budget, 

at the East- India House, 115, 


East-India Affairs, 104, 106, 107, 
108, 112. 

Company, 107. 

Produce, 106, 107. 

Estimate of a Peace Establishment^ 


Gold and Silver Bullion, 107. 

Grain, 107. 

Gwalior, Papers on, 107. 

Hart (Major) Reimbursement to, 

Hastings (Marquis), 107. 

Warren, 107. 

Hastings, Warren, bis Trial, &c., 107 

Hill Coolies, 107. 
Hindoo Widows, 107. 

Idolatry, 108. 

Illicit Trade, 113. 

Index to Bills, Reports, &c., 108. 

Indian Law, 108. 

Infanticide in India, 108. 

Insolvent Debtors, 108. 

Investments, 110. 

Judicial Papers, 108. 
Juries in India, 108. 
Justice in India, 108. 

Legislative Councils, 108. 

Macpherson, Reports on the Khonds, 

Madras, Disturbances at, 108. 
Mahratto War, 108. 
Minutes of Evidence, 106. 
Missionaries, &c., 108 — 110. 

Nullapahand Abbot, 110. 

Observations on the State of Society, 



East- India Papkrs^ &c. — (continued). 
Opium and Salt, 109. 
Oude Papers, 109. 

Patna Cause, ] 16. 
Patronage, Abuse of, 109. 

Reports on, 113. 

Pecuniary Claims, 113. 
Peiwash, 109. 
Persia, 109. 

Perrin (Peter), 110. 
Pigot (Lord) Papers, 116. 

Defence of. 116. 

Pilgrim Taxes, 109. 
Pindarries, 109. 

Police and Justice, 109, 110. 
Poll Tax, 109. 

Prince of Wales' Island, 109. 
Private Trade, Reports, 109. 

Raja of Sattara, 113. 

Travancore, 109. 

Records at the East- India House, 

Registrar, Papers, 109. 
Religious Ceremonies, 1 10. 

Institutions, 110. 

Renewal of E. I. C. Charter, 113. 
Reports on Affairs of the £. I. C, 

on the Central Doab Canal, 114. 

of the Cainatic Commission, 


on the Camatic War, 105. 

on Commerce, 106. 

of Committees, 110 — 113. 

from the Committee of Secrecy, 

Reports on India-built Ships, 116. 

of a Joint Commission, 114. 

on Prison Discipline, 114. 

on Public Works, 114. 

Resident Europeans, 110. 
Roebuck, Removal and Pension, 110. 
Rohilla War, 1 16. 

Rumbold (Sir T.) and Perring*s Case, 

Salt Monopoly, 110. 

Revenue, Bengal, 114. 

Saltpetre, 110. 

Scindla, Letters on, 110. 

Sherson(R.) Case, 116. 

Ships, Proceedings relative to, 113. 

Reports on, 1 16. 

and Shipping, 110. 

Shoa, Correspondence, 110. 
Sinde, Papers on, 116. 

Treaties, &c. 1 10. 

Slavery in India, 110, 111. 
Slaves, 111. 

Smith (N.) Remarks, 113. 

Stamp Tax, 111. 

Steam Communication, Navigation, 

and Vessels, 111. 
Sugar, Papers on, 113. 
Supercargoes, 111. 
Surat Papers, 111. 

East-India Papers, Sec. — (conimued). 
Suttees, 1 13. 

Tanjore Papers, 116, 117. 

Tea, Cultivation and Duties, 111. 

Tenure of Land, 111. 

Tippoo Sultan, 114. 

Trade, 111, 112,114. 

with China, 106—111, 112. 

Illicit, 113. 

Reports on, 113, 114—117. 

Treaties and Grants, 117. 

with Persia, Sinde, &c., 110— 

Trial of Rajah Nundocomar, 115. 
Troops, Allowances, Pay, &c., 112. 

Verlst(H.) Government in BengHl, 

Weavers, 110. 

Wellesley ( Marquis) Administration, 

Notes, 115. 

Wilks, Report on the Government 

of Mysore, 115. 
Wilkins, Glossary, 112. 

East- India Political Register, 123. 

Question, Tracts on, 140. 

Stock Company ; a Scheme for an, 


Trade, Tracts on, 140, 1, 2. 

U. S. Journal, 121. 

Year Book, 278. 

East-Indians : Agreement of their Cus- 
toms, &c., 278. 
Eastwick (J. B. ) Slndee Vocabulary, 239. 

(W.) Speech on Sinde, 142. 

Ebn Batuta Arabe Tingitano ej usque Iti- 

neribus, 215. 
Ebn Haukal, Orient. Geography, 32,217. 
Ebn- Khaldoun, Histoire de l* Afrique,2l4. 
Eckfieldt and Dubois, Manual of Gold and 

Silver Coins, 80. 
Edinburgh, Astronomical Observations, 


Gazetteer, 32. 

Journal of Science, 121. 

Review, 121. 

Review Refuted, 142. 

Edmonstone, on Persian Writing, 232. 
Edrehi, Book of Miracles, 254. 
Edrisi, Descripcion de Espana, 212. 

Geographic, 217, 

Syriae Descriptio, 214. 

Education, Tracts on, 142. 
Educational Tracts, 273, 275. 

Tracts in Bengalee, 267, 268. 

Tracts in Mahratta, 269. 

Tracts in Tamil, 270, 271. 

Tracts in Telugu, 271. 

Educational WorkSt English, 273, 5. 
Educational Works in the variotts Oriental 

Languages, 265 to 273. 
Egerton (Lady F.) Tour in the Holy 

Land, 46. 
Egypt, History q/, 13. 



EgypU Nvbia, Ahymnia ( Travdi in), 43. 
Egyptian Society, Notice of, 143. 
Eichoff, Vergleicbung der Sprachen, 178. 

Parallele des Languages, 178. 

Elakkana Vinuvinal, 199, 270. 
Elements of Nat. Philosophy in Ooriya, 

EliSffius, History of Vartau, 15, 255. 
Ellenborough (Lord) Notes on his Speech, 

Elliott (C, B.) Travels, 38. . 

Ellis (H.) on the East- India Question, 

(H.) Journal in China, 59. 

(H.) Introd. to Doomsday- Book, 9. 

Elmacini, Historia Saracenica, 14s 217. 
El>Mas*udi, Historical Encyclopaedia, 

Elphinstone (Hon. M.) Caubul, 19. 

rHon. M.) Hist, of India, 19. 

(Hon. M.) on the Paishwa's Territo- 
ries, 19. 

Endlicher, Cfainesischen Graromatik, 240. 
Enfield ( W.) Hist, of Philosophy, 83. 
Engelhard, Staat der Nederlandsche Oost- 

Indische Bedttingen, 27, 
England, History of, 8. 

- History of, in Goojrattee, 199. 

History of, in Mahratta, 269. 

English Grammar, in Persian, 273. 

- Grammars and Spelling Books, 274. 

Instructors and Readers, 274. 

Instructor, in Hindustani, 272. 

Pilot in Orient. Navigat. , 34. 

Enke, Astronomische Beobachtungen, 84. 
Enquirer (The), 143. 

Enquiry into the Policy of making Con- 
quests in India, 143. 

Entomology, 90. 

Bo-Nauts, or Spirit of Delusion, 143. 

E*othen, or Traces of Travel, 36. 

Episcopal Estab. for British India, Re- 
marks on, 143. 

Epp (F.) Schilderungen aus Ostindiens 
Archipel., 57. 

Erdman, Persica of Herodotus, 278 

Vollstaendige Uebersicht der Aeltes- 

ten Turkischen, &c., 250. 

Erpenii Grammatica Arabica, 206. 

Rudimenta Arabica, 206. 

Errors Communs, 275. 

Eschels-kroon (A.) Eiland Sumatra, 57. 

Esop, Fables, Polyglot Translations, 178. 

in Canarese, 204—271. 

in Chinese, 242. 

in Goojratee, 199, 270. 

in Marhatta, 198. 

in Mwrat,h€e, 269. 

in Persian, 222. 

Essays relative to the Habits, Characters, 
&c., of the Hindoos, 278. 

by Students at Fort Wm. College, 

Essenz der Rechenkunst, 214. 
Eton (W.) Turkish Empire, 38. 
Euclid, Elements, 274. 

in Arabic, 272. 

in Persian, 273. 

Europe, Voyages and Travels in, 38. 
Eusebius, Theophania, 253. 
Evangelist, 121. 

and Reporter, 121. 

Everest (Lieut Col.) Letter tg the Duke 

of Sussex, 173. 
Evidences of the Christian Religion, in 

Canarese, 204. 

of the Christian Revelation, tit Te- 

lugu, 203. 

Evliya Efendi, Travels, 37. 

Ewald, de Metris, 206. 

Examinations, &c., of Sir T. Cooke, &c., 

Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, 10. 
Exercises in Geography, 274. 
Extension of Territory, Remarks on, 161. 
Extracto Historial, de Manila, 28. 
Ejrahs^'amiyum, 200. 
Eyre (V.) Journal in C^bul, 16. 

(v.) Prison Sketches, 16. 

Eysinga (R. van) Nederlandsche Indie, 


Faber ( G. S. ) Origin of Pagan Idolatry, 3. 
Fables, in Bengali, 265. 

in Hindoostanee, 265. 

Fac Similes of Water Coloured Drawings, 

Faithom (J.) On Liver Complaints, 93. 
Fakir-Jany-Muhammad As£Lad, Akhlak- 

I- Jalaly, 228. 

Mohammed, Jamiaal Tawarikh, 224. 

Falconer (F.) Extracts from Persian 

Poets, 223. 

(F.) Selections from Sadi's Bostan; 


Falknerklee, Turkische und Deutsch, 

Fane (H. E.) Five Years in India, 52. 
Fan-Hey-Cheu, a Tale, 242. 
Farayiz.I-Sir4jiah, 223. 
Faria y Sousa, Portug. Asia, 19. 
Farrar, On Holiness, &c., in Mahratta, 

Fatawa Alempiri, 209. 

Dur-al-Mukhtar, 209. 

Hammadiyah dar Ilm i Fikh, 223. 

Kaneea, 209. 

Qazee Khan, 209. 

Fellows (C.) Discoveries in Lycia, 47. 

(C.) Journal in Asia Minor, 47. 

Fergusson (J.) Rock-cut Temples of In- 
dia, 70. 

Ferishta, History of India, in Persian, 

by Briggs, Dow and Scott, 19. 

Field (G.) Outlines of Philosophy, 83. 
Fielding (T. H.) Practical Perspective, 

Figgins (V.) Telugu Types, 203. 
Finance, 77. 

Fincham (J.) On Masting Ships, 97. 
Fines sive Pedes Finium, 10. 
Finlayson (G.) Mission to Siam, 56. 
Fior di Pensieri, sulle Pietre Preziose di 

Ahmed Teifascite Opera, 214. 




Fiott (J.) Letter on the Shipping Con- 
tract, 143. 
FirdauRi, Shah Namah, 231. 
Shah Namu, 225, 226. 

le Liwe des Rois, 227. 

Sohrab, 228. 

KlUnge aus Osten enthaltend neun 

Makamen des Hamadani, 230. 

Fisher (T.) On the Roman Tessellated 

Pavement found in Leadenhall-street, 

Fitzclarenee (Lieut. Col.) Journal, 40. 
Flacourt, Histoire de Madagascar, 12. 
Flamstead (Jo.) Catalogue of Stars, and 

Account of himself, 65 — 84. 
Fletcher (Sir R.) Case of, 14a 
Flinders (Capt. M.) Voyage to Terra Aus- 

tralis, 63. 
Flotte, Essais Hist, sur Tlnde, 52. 
FlUegel (J.G.) German Dictionary, 100. 
FoS KouS Ki, ou Relat. des Royaumes 

Boudhiques, 51, 244. 
Fontanier (V.) Missions to India, 52. 
Forbes (D. ) On Ancient Languages, 143. 

(D.) Persian Grammar, 220. 

— — ?J.) Oriental Memoirs, 52. 

(Major) Eleven Years in Ceylon, 57. 

Foreign Colonial Review, 121. 

Quarterly Review, 121. 

Foreign Topography, 31. 

Forgery, Circumstances attending the 

Trials for, 156. 
Forrest (T.) On Monsoons, 83. 

(T.) Voyage to New Guinea, and 

Vocabulary of the Mandingo Tongue, 
&c., 58. 

Forster (C.) Hist Geog. of Arabia, 32. 

r G. ) Journey from Bengal, 40. 

(H. P.) Bengalee Vocabulary, 195. 

(H. P.) Sanscrit Grammar, 181. 

(J. R.) Voyages dans le Nord, 36. 

Fortification, ffc, 95. 

Fortunate Union, and the Sorrows of 

Han, 244. 
Four Books (The) a Chinese Classical 

Work, 244. 
Foumier, Manuel Typographique, 103. 
Fraehn (C. M.) ErklSrung Arabischer 

Munzen, 6. 

(C. M.) das Muhammed. Munzka- 

binet, 6. 

(C. M.) Die Munzen der Chane, 6. 

(CM.) Novae Symbolae, 6. 

Frahnii (CM.) De Numario Muslemico, 6. 

(C M.) Numi Muhammedani, 6. 

Fragmens Bouddhiques, 250. 

Fragmens des Revelat. Apocryphes de 

St. Barth6Iemey, 255. 
Fragoso, Cosas Aromaticas, Arobels, &c., 

de la India Oriental, 87. 
Francis (Sir P.) Letters and Speeches, 

Francken (C W.) Narrative, 143. 
Frank (O.) Chrestomathia Sanskrita, 183 

Das Licht vom Orient, 278. 
De Persidis Linguli et Genio, 



Frank (O.) Fragmente eines Versuchs, 


(O.) Indische-Mythologie, 3. 

(O.) Mor enlftndischen Handschrif- 

ten, 220. 

(O.) Persien und Chili, 48. 

(O.) Vj&sa tiber Philosophic, 191. 

Franklin (Capt J.) Expeditions to the 
Polar Sea, 62. 

(W.) Memoirs of Geo. Thomas. 67. 

-r— (W.) Ancient Palibothra, 1. 

(W.) Tour from Bengal, 40. 

(W.) Political Tracts, 77. 

(W.) Reign of Shah Aulum, 19. 

Fraser (Jas.) Nadir Shah, 19. 

(J. B.) Account of Persia, 15 

(J. B.^ Himalaya Mountains, 52. 

(J. B.) Journey into Khorasan, 48. 

(J. B.) Travels in Koordistan, 45. 

(J. B.) Views in Calcutta, 70. 

(J. B.) Views in the Himalaya, 70. 

Free Churchman, 121. 

Inquiry into East- India Affairs, 


Trade, Tracts on, 143, 4. 

Freyre de Andrada (J.) Vida de JoSo de 

Castro, 65. 
Freytag (G. W.) Darstellung der Arabis- 

Chen, 206. 

(G. W.) Lexicon Arabico-Lat, 207. 

Friend of India, Newspaper, 123. 

Frisi (P.) On Rivers and Torrents, 97. 

Frobin (Comte) Memoirs du, 65. 

Frost (Jo.) Oration, 144. 

Fry (Edm.) Pantographia, 178. 

(W. S.) Tracts on the Opium Trade, 

Fryer (Jo.) Travels in India, 48. 
Fryke and Schweitzer, Two Voyages, 52. 
FuUerton (W.) Engl. Interests in India, 

Fuller ( A. ) Apology for the Missions to 

India, 144. 
Fundgruben des Orients, see Hammer, 


Galloway (Lieut Col.) Law, Constitution, 

and Government of India, 77. 

(J. A. ) Overland Route, 41. 

Gardner (J.) Atlas, 34. 

Garrard (W.) Tables for Lunar Observat, 

Gaubil, Chronpl. Chinoise, 7. 
Gay, Fables, in Bengalee, 196. 
Gelehrte Anzeigen der Akademie der 

Munchen, 119. 
Genealogy of the Mahratta Chiefs, 21. 
General Orders of Fort St George, 74. 
Gentcbiscan, Histoire de, 244. 
Gentoo Laws, Code of, 76, 189. 
Geographical, &c., Descript of India, 


Society, Journal of, 118. 

Geography, 31. 
Geography, in Hindi, 266. 
in Hindustani, 272. 

of Hindostan, 274. 



Geohgy, Mtneraiogy, jrc, 86. 
Geological Society, Transactions, 118. 
George Ndmah, 223. 
Georgian Dictionaries, ^c, 256. 
Georgii, Alphabetum Tibetanum, 249. 
Gerarde (Jo. ) Herbal, 88. 
Gericke, Javansche Spraakkunst) 253. 
Germanus, Fabrica Lingus Arabics, 207. 
Gerrard (A.) Acct. of Koonawur, 52. 
Gesenius Scripturae Ling. Phceniciae Mo- 

numenta, 256. 
Ghatakarpara, 183. 
Ghaydtu-l-Bay^n-fi-ilmi-l-lis^n, 223. 
Gholam Hussein, Seir ul Mutakherin, 

Persian, 225. 

Ditto ditto, English, 19» 231. 

Gibbon (£.) Roman Empire, 7. 

Giggei (D.) Thesaurus Linguae Arabics, 

Gilbert (T.) Voyage to Canton, 144. 
Gilchrist (John) Anti-Jargonist, 236. 

(J.) Gufde to the Hindoostanee, 


— (J.) Hindee Exercises, 192. 

— (J.) Hindee Manual, 192. 

— (J.) Hindee Moral Preceptor, 234. 

— (J.) Hindee Roman Orthoepigra- 
phical Ultimatum, 192. 

— (J.) Hindee Story Teller, 192. 

— (J.) Hindoo Horal Diagram, 239. 
(J.) Hindoostanee Dictionary, 235, 


(J. ) Hindoostanee Dialogues, 238. 

(J.) Hindoostanee Grammar, 234. 

(J.) Hindoostanee Orthoepy, 234. 

(J.) Ordoo Risalih, 234, 266. 

f J.) Oriental Green Bag, 278. 

— (J.) Oriental Linguist, 234. 

— (J.) Persian Verbs, 220. 

(J.) Polyglot Translat. of JEsop, 


Gildemeister, Sanscritphilologie, 181. 
Gillespie, (A.) Hist Review of the Marine 
Corps, 173. 

— (Genl.) Memoirs of, 65. 
Gipsies, History of, 13, 
Gita Govinda, 183, 187, 189. 
Gladwin (Fr.) Persian Classics, 227. 

|Fr.^ Persian, &c.. Dictionary, 221 . 

Fr.) Hist, of Hindostan, 19. 
jFr.) Persian Guide, 220. 
^Fr.) Persian Moonshee, 220. 

Fr.) On the Rhetoric, &c. of the 
Persians, 220, 227. 

((Fr.) Vocabulary, Persian and Eng- 


Gleanings respecting the Temples 
Jagha Nauth, &c., 144. 

of Science, 121. 

Gleig (G. R.) British India, 19. 

(G. R.) Life and Correspondence of 

Sir T. Munro, 66. 

(G. R.) Life of Warren Hastings, 


God, the Nature of, in Mahratta, 269. 
Gold (C.) Oriental Drawings, 70. 
Goldingham (J.) Astronomical Observat., 

Godingham and Taylor, Meteorological 

Register, 83. 
Goldsmith (O.) History of England, 274u 
(O.) Hist, of England, in Bengalee, 


(O.) Hist, of Greece, in Bengalee, 


Golii (J.) Lexicon Arabico - Latinum, 

Gon9aIves, Arte China, 240. 

Grammatica Lat ad usum Sinen- 

sium, 240. 

— r China Portuguez Diccionario, 241. 
Gonito, Arithmetical Tables in Bengalee, 

265, 268. 
Gonzalez de Mendoca, Hist, de la China, 

Goode ( A. ) Sermons, 144. 
Goodhug (Wm.) On the Study of Biblical 

Literature, 278. 
Goojurat, Missionary Society's Report, 

Gooli Bukawulee, 237. 
Goolistaun-I-Rehmut, 229. 
Goorka War, in 1814, &c., 20. 
Gooroo Paramartan, 202. 
Gordon (Capt.) Bengali Dictionary, 195. 

(P.) Journal in Persia, 144. 

Gore (M.) On the Foreign Relat. of 
England, 144. 

Gospel in India, Thoughts on, 144. 

Gothofred (J.) History of Achaia, 134. 

Gould (J.) Birds of the Himalaya Moun- 
tains, 90. 

Goulianof, Arch6ologie Egyptienne, 255. 

Government, ^c, 77. 

Government of India, Plans for, 77. 

Our East- India, 144. 

Grace, Code of Military Regulations, 95. 
Grsco-Bactrian Coins, 144. 
Grammars. See Arabic, Bengali, &c. 
Gramaye (J. B.) Asia, 14. 
Grandpre, Voyage to the East Indies, 

Grant (A.) Asahel Nestorians, 278. 
(R.) Hist of the East- India Com- 
pany, 26. 

(R.) On the Trade and Government 

of India, 81. 

(Vist de Vaux) History of the Mau- 

ritius, 12. 
Gray (J. E.) Indian Zoology, 90. 
Grazoni, Grammatica Kurda, 232. 
Greaves (J.) Miscell. Works, 1. 
Greece, History of, 274. 
Greenwich, Astronomical Observat, 84. 

Magnet and Meteorological Ob- 
servat, 83. 

Greenwood, Affghanistan, 16. 

(J.) Memorial, 144. 

Gregorii Bar Hebrsei, Grammatica Syri- 

Grellmann (H. M. G.) On the Gipsies, 

Gre8lon'(A.) Histoire de la Chine, 29. 
Grenville(Lord) Brit. India Analyzed, 77. 

(Lord) Speech, 144. 

Grew (N.) Anatomy of Plants, 88. 



Griffin (T.) Appeal against his Sentence, 

Griffiths (J.) On Worm SheU8,91, 145. 

(Major) Journey, 40. 

Grimm, Deutsche Grammatik, 100. 
Grindlay (R. M.) Scenery, &c. of India, 

Groombridge (S.) Circumpolar Stars 85. 
Grose, Vojrage to the East Indies, 52. 
Grosier, Descript. de la Chine, 30. 
Grotefend, Babyloniscben Keilschrift, 1. 
Grounds of Complaint agt. the Managers 

of the East- India Company, 145. 
Grover (Capt) Appeal, 145. 
Guise (S.) Catalogue of his MSS., 145. 
Gul Dasta Nishati, 22a 
Gully and Denham, Journals in China, 59. 
Gul o Sanubar, 237. 
Gunge Khooby, 192. 
Gutzlaff (C.) Chinese History, 29. 
Guyon, Hist, of the East Indies, 20. 
Guterati Chrammara, 198. 

Texts, 199. 

^ with Translations, 199. 

Gylii, De Bosporo Thracio, 39. 
Gymnosophista, 187. 

Had&yik ul Bal^hat, 22a 

Hadikah ul Afrah, 209. 

Hadley (G.) Hindostan, or Moor's Gram- 

mar, 235. 
Haex (D.) Dictionarium Malaico - Lati- 

num, 252. 
Hafez, Works in Persian, 223. 

Diwan, 223. 

Persian Lyrics, 227. 

Rhemut Khan, Life, 65. 

Haft-Kulzum, The Seven Seas, 221. 
Hager (J.) Babylonian Inscript., 1. 
Haggard (J. ) Reports, 76. 

Haji Khalfa, Lexicon Bibliographicum. 

Khalifeh, Wars of the Turks, 12, 


Hakluyt (Ric.) Voyages and Travels, 95. 
Halhed (N. B.) Bengal Grammar, 194. 

(N. B.) Gentoo Laws, 76. 

Hall (Capt. B.) Fragments, 37. 

(Capt. B.) Loo-Choo Island, 59. 

(R.) Cruelties of the Dutch in the 

East, 20. 

(R.) On Renewal of the Charter, 


Halsted (E.P.) Report on Chedooba, 145. 
Hamasae Carmina. 209. 
Hamilton (A.) Acct of the East Indies, 


(C.) Rohilla Afgans, 16. 

(Chas.) Hedaya, 76. 

(Fr.) Account of Nepal, 20. 

(Fr.) Fishes of the Ganges, the MS. 

and Dratnngs, 69. 

(Fr.^ Fishes of the Ganges, 91. 

(Fr.) Geneal. of the Hindus, 3. 

(Sir W.) Campi Phlegraei, 86. 

(Sir W.) Etruscan Antiq., 1. 

(W.) East- India Gazetteer, 32. 

Hamilton (W.) Geo. Description of 
Hindoostan, 32. 

(W. R.) Address, 145. 

Hammer (J. Von) Fundg^uben des 
Orients, 179. 

J. V.) Le Culte de Mithra, 3. 
^J. V.) Lftndervrwaltung, 77. 
(J. V. ) Memnons Dreiklang, 179. 
(J. V.) Geschichte der Persiens, 



— (J. V. Purgstall) Geschichte der 
Osmanischen Dichtkunst, 13. 

— (P.) Geschichte der Goldenen 
Horde, 16. 

— (P.) Geschichte der Monglen, in 
Persian, 15. 

(P.) Musik der Araber, 218. 

Hamzae Ispahan. Annaiium, 209. 
Hand Book for India, 39. 
Handjeri (Le Prince) Dictionnaire, 179. 
Han Koong Tsew, or the Sorrows of 

Han, 244. 
Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, 8. 
Hanumat Maha-Nataka, 187. 
Hanway (J.) Travels, 40. 
Hao-Khieou-Tcbouan, Roman Chinois, 

Haravali, a Sanscrit Vocabulary, 182. 
Hardy (T. D.) Rotuli, 11. 
Harethi, Moallakah, 209, 214. 
Hariri, Abu Seid von Seruj, 217. 

Seances de, 209. 

Harivansa, 189. 

Harkness (H.) Aboriginal Race, 20. 

(H.) Alphabets, 179. 

(H.) Sanscrit Primer, 181. 

Harlan (J.) Affghanistan, 17. 
Harrington (J. H.) Analysis of Laws, 

&c., 74. 
Harris (J.) Voyages and Travels, 35. 
(W. C.) Highlands of Ethiopia, 44. 

(W. C.) Southern Africa, 42. 

(W. C.) Wild Animals of Africa, 70. 

(W. C.) Wild Sports, 42. 

(W. S.) On Thunder Storms, Sa 

and Annisley, Letter from Surat, 


Harrison (W.) Speech on East- India « 

> built Shipping, 145. 

Harsha, Naishada-Cbaritha, 185. 

Hart (L. W.) Costumes of AfghanistaR, 

Hassan Ali (Mrs.) Mussulmauns of In- 
dia, 52. 

Hastings (Marquis) Memoir of, 146. 

(Warren) Account of his Resigna- 
tion, 115. 

(W.) Correspondence with Sir S. 

Lushington, 145. 

— (W.) Impeachment of, 107. 

— (W.) Letter and Remarks, 145. 

— (W.)v Narrative of the InsurreGtion 
of Benares, 20, 145. 

(W.) Plan for Administ. of Justice, 


(W. ) Review of the State of Ben- 

gal, 145. 

— (W.) Reports on, 107 



.:7Iastmg8 (W.) State of the Brit. Autho- 
rity in Bengal, 145. 

(W.) State of India, 20. 

(W.) Tracts relative to, 145. 

(W.) Trial of, 107. 

Hatcbett (C.) Experiments on Lac, 146. 
Hatim Ta,ee, 223. 
Hatim Tai, a Romance, 229. 
Haughton, (SirG. C.) Bengali Grammar, 

(Sir G. C.) Bengali Selections, 196. 

(SirG. C.) Bengali and Sanskrit 

Dictionary, 195. 

(SirG. C.) Bengal and English Glos- 

sarv, 195. 

— '(SirG. C.) Prodromus, 173. 

Sir G. C.) Reply on the Vedanta 

Philosophy, 278. 
Havelock (H.) Afghanistan, 17. 
Havelock (H.) Campaigns in Ava, 27. 
Hayagreva Sastree, Pleasant Stories, 203. 
Hay (E. W. A.) Letter upon the Theban 

Sphinx, 146. 
Head (C. F.) Eastern and Egyptian 

Scenery, 70. 
. (Major) Defence of Brit India, 

Heads of an Agreement, 146. 
Heaven (The Voice from), in Hindij 266. 
Heber (Bp.) Journey in Upper India, 52. 

(Bp.) Sermons in India. 174. 

(Mrs.) Life of Bp. R. Heber, 65. 

Htbrew Grammars and Dictionaries^ 253. 

Translations from, 254. 

Heddya, by Hamilton, 76, 217. 
Hedayat oon Nahu, 220. 
Heeren, Hist. Researches, 8. 

Hees, Nederlands Oostindiesche Bezith- 

ingen, 57. 
Heifer (J. W.) Report on the Tenasserim 

Provinces, 146. 
Heliodore, L'Hist. Ethiopique, 12. 
Help to the English Language, in Cana- 

rese, 204, 271. 

English Language, in Tdugu, 202. 

Hema Chandra Kosha, 182. 

Hemp, Tracts on, 146. 

Henchman (T.) On the Trade of India, 

&c., 81. 
Henderson (J.) On the BYt Noben, 146. 

(T. ) Astronom. Ob8ervat.,85. 

Henry (A. F. J.) Events of a Military 

Life, 174. 
Herbert (T.) Travels, 37. 
Herbin, Principes de la Langue Arabe, 

Herkem, The Forms of, 227. 
Herodotus, by Beloe, 7. 
Hersha Deva, Retnavali, 185. 
Herve (F.) Residence in Greece, &c., 39. 
Heude (W.) Journal, 40. 
Heyne (B.) Sumatra, 28. 

(B.) Tracts on India, 52. 

Hid^yah, 209. 

Hidaya-I-Farsi, 223. 

Hidayutool Islam, 211. 

Hien Wun Shoo: Chinese Maxims, 243. 

Hieroglyphic Grammars, Sfc, 255. 

Hikayaut-ool'Jauleelah, 237. 
Hillary (SirW.) Appeal, 146. 
Hill (J.) British Herbal, 88. 
Hindi Grammar, 192. 

Texts, 192. 

with Translations, 193. 

Translations from the, 194. 

Hindoo Architectural Drawings, 69. 

College, Proceedings at the, 146. 

Incarnations, in Hinduve, 266. 

Manual of Literature, in HengaK, 


Traveller, 274. 

Hindoos, their Habits, Character, &c., 278. 

Tracts relative to the, 146. 

Hindoostanee Primitives, 235. 

Spelling Book, 272. 

Students* Assistant, 272. 

Hipdui Reader, 266. 

Hindustani Dictionaries and Grammars, 

234, 235. 
Hindustani Texts, 236. 

vjith Translations^ 238. 

Translations from,, 239. 

Hints for an Answer to a Letter, 146. 

to Overland Travellers, 39, 146. 

Hippocrates, Aphorisms, in Arabic, 209. 
Historia del Oriente, 14. 

Historia Jemanae, 209. 
Historical View of the Govemt. of Brit. 
India, 20. 

Record of the first Madras Euro- 
pean Regiment, 26. 

Histoire Generale de la Chine, 29. 
des Mongols de la Perse, 227. 

et M6m. de Plnstitut Royal de 

France, 118. 

Moderne des Chinois, etc., 30. 

des Sultans Mamlouks, 217. 

de la Ville de Khotan, 30. 

History of Brit. India, in Bengali, 268. 

of England, in Hindustani, 237. 

of the Mohammedan Dynasties in 

Spain, 217. 

War in Bosnia, 13. 

War in India, 1749, 20. 

Hitopadesa, 184, 187, 189, 195, 265. 

in Makratta, 198. 

Hobbes (R. G.) Soldier, a Poem, 174. 
Hodges (W.) Select Views in India, 70. 
(W.) Views of Antiquities in India, 


(W.) Travels in India, 52. 

Hodgkinson (C.) Australia, 63. 

Hodgson and Herbert, Astronomical Ob- 
servations, 85. 

Hoeck, Vet. PersiseMonum., 1. 

Hoefer (Albert) Indische Gedichte, 189. 

(A.) Vom Infinitiv besonders, in 

Sanskrit, 181. 

Hoei-Lan-Ki, 244. 

Hoffmanni, Consensus et Dissensus Re- 
lig. Profan. Judaismi, etc., 278. 

Hogg (A.) Field Exercises, in Hindoo- 
stance, 191. 

(J. W.) Statement, 147. 

Hollingberry(W.) Hist, of Nizam Alee 
Khaun, 20. 



Holme (Ft.) Anglo-Indian Policy, 147. 

Holroyd (A. T.) On the Quarantine Laws, 

Holtzapffel (Chas.) Mechanical Manipula- 
tion, 174. 

Holwell (J. Z.) Address and Letter, 146. 

(J. Z.) Historical Events, 20. 

(J. Z.) Tracts, 20. 

Holy Scriptures^ European Versions, 257. 

Oriental Versions, 257 to 264. 

Home (Sir£.) Huntenan Oration, 147. 
Hood (J.) Australia, 64. 

Hooker (W.) Botanical Miscellany, 88. 

Hoole (£.) Personal Narrative, 53. 

Hooper, Anatomist's Vade Mecum, in 
Arabic, 208. 

Hooroof Tabzee, 220. 

Hopkins (D.) Persian, &c. Vocabulary, 

(E.) Geology and Magnetism, 86. 

Hoppner (J.) Oriental Tales, 278. 

Horae SinicsB, by Morrison, 244. 

Home Tooke (J.) Letter to Dunning, 

Horsburgh (Jas.) Atmospherical Regis- 
ter, 83. 

(Jas.) India Directory, 97. 

Horsfield (T.) Essay on Tea, 147. 

(T.^ Lepidopterous Insects, 90. 

(T.) On the Cultivation of Tea in 

Java, 88. 

(T.) On the Rhus Vemix, &c., 93. 

(T.) Plantae Javanicse, 88. 

(T.) Zoological Researches, 90. 

and Macleay, Annulosa Javanica, 


Horticultural Society, Statement, 147. 

Society*s Transactions, 118. 

Horti Persici et Arabici, 227. 

Hortus, Indicus Malabaricus, 88. 

Hoskins (G. A.) Visit to the Great Oasis, 

Hough (Jas. ) Hist, of Christianity in In- 
dia, 20. 

(J.) Letters on the Neilgherries,53. 

— - (W.) Affghanistan, 17. 

(W.) Bur man Vocabulary, 251. 

(W.) Case Book, 76. 

(W.) Military Law, 76. 

(W.) Practice of Courts Martial, 76. 

' (W.) Simplification of the Mutiny 

Acts, 76. 

Howell, Compend. of Catechism, in Te- 
loogoo, 271. 

(T.) Journal, 40. 

Howison (Jas.)Malay Dictionary, ^2. 

Hudleston (J.) Speech, 147. 

Hugel, Kaschmir und das Reich der 
Siek, 50. 

Huggins (W.) Sketches in India, 53. 

Hughson (D.) On the East- India Ques- 
tion, 147. 

Hukim Nufis, Sbur-hool-Usaab wul Ula- 
mat, 211. 

Hull ( Wm.) Hist, of the Glove Trade, 81. 

Humane Society's Method, 147. 

Humfiyun (Emperor) Private Memoirs of, 

Humboldt, Ueber die Kawi-Sprache, 253. 

Verwandtschaft, 179. 

Hume (Jos. ) Speeches, 26, 147. 

Hunt, de Antiq., etc. Linguae Arabic , 

Hunter (J.) Scenery in the Mysore, 71. 
(Jos.) Fmes, 10. 

(J.) Rotuli, 11. 

(W.) Hindoostanee Dictionary, 236. 

(VV.) On the Diseases of Indian 

Seamen, 93. 
Husain Vaiz Kashifi, Akhlaki Mohsani, 

Anwari Soheily, 222, 22a 

Huskisson (W.) On the Currency, 147. 
Hussein AH Khan Kirmani, History of 

Hydur Naik, 66, 230. 

History of the Reign of TipA Sul- 
tan, 20, 229. 

Hussey (T. J.) Sermon, 147. 
Hutchinson (Jas.) On Cholera, &c., 93. 

(Jas.) Regulations for the Medical 

Departments, 93. 

(Jas.) Reports on Jails in India, 93. 

Hutchinson (Jas.) Suneyassee, 279. 

Hutton (Chas.) Arithmetic, in Marathee, 

(C.) Phil, and Mathemat. Dic- 
tionary, 83. 

(C.) Mathematics, tn Arabic, 209. 

(C.) Mathematics, in Goojrattee, 


(C.) Mathematics, in Marat Jia, 269. 

Hyde (Thos.) Syntagma Dissertatio., 4. 
Hyder Ali Kb an, History of, 65. 

and Tippoo Sultan, Memoirs of, 66. 

Hydur Naik, History of, 230. 
Hymne Tartare-Mantchou, 251. 
Hymns, tn Bengalee, 195. 
in Tdogoo, 271. 

Ibin-el-Vardi, Opera et Fragmenta, 214. 
Ibn Abi Osaiba, Vita AbdoUatiphi Bag- 
dadensis, 64, 212. 

Abduni, Poematis, 214. 

Batuta, Travels, 37, 2J7. 

Foszlan, Berichte uber die Russen, 


— Khalduni, Narratto, 14, 215. 

— Kaldoun, Histoire de I'Afrique, 12. 

— Khallikan, Biographical Dictionary, 

Arab Shah, or Ahmud-bin-Moo- 

hummud, 206. 

ool-Nufees, Moojiz-ool-Qanoon,210. 

Ibraheem, Persian Grammar, 220. 

Ichthyology, 91. 

Ides (E. Y.) Travels to China, 61. 

Idiomatical Exercises, 266. 

Idolatry in India, Tracts on, 147. 

Ignatio a Jesu, Gram. Ling. Persies, 220. 

Ikbwan-oos-Suffa, 209. 

Illustrated Atlas, 34. 

Impartial Considerations and Reflections, 

Impey (Sir £.) Original Minutes, 146. 
Inayab, 209. 



HiSyatullah, Bahar. I. Danish, 223. 

Independent Lists for 1773, 148. 

Index Libronim in Biblioth. Regia Bero- 

linensis, 103. 
to the Names, &c. in Maps of India, 

India Affairs, Tracts on, 147. 

and China, Map of, 34>. 

History q^ 17. 

History of, in Sanscrit Verses 184. 

and Lord Ellenborough, 148. 

Question, Considerations on, 148. 

Sketches of, 51. 

Tracts on, 148. 

Voyages and Travels in, 50. 

Indis Vera Descriptio, 50. 

Indian Archipelago, Voyages to and Tra- 

veis in, 56. 
Journal of Medical Science, 121. 

Review, 121. 

Vocabulary, 179. 

Indravidschaja, 189. 
Indo-Chinese Gleaner, 244. 

** Indus," On the Policy of Sir G. Bar- 
low, 148. 

Inquisit. in OflScio Rotul. Cancellaris 
Hibernis, 10. 

Insha, Letters, in Persian, 224. 


Yiir Mohamed, 224. 

Zahuri, 224. 

Inschrift des Yu, 244. 

Inscription (An) from the Kawi, 1. 

Inscriptions, 1. 

Institut. Royal de France (Histoire et 

Memoires de P)* 118. 
Instructions, 148. 
Intercepted Correspondence from India, 

Interesting Extracts, 148. 
Intikhib-I-Kuliyat-I-Sauda, 237. 
Invariable Milieu, 243. 
Irby and Mangles, Travels in Egjrpt, 44. 
Irrigation, Papers on, 88. 
Irvine (R.H.) Medical Topog. of Ajmeer, 

Irving (W.) Life of Chr. Columbus, 65. 
Isenberg and Kraf, Journals in Shoa, 44. 
Isle of France, Sketch of the, 148. 
Iswara Krishna, S4nkhya Kkrikk, 191. 
Itesamodeen, Shigurf- Namah - 1 - Vela^t, 

or Travels, 238. 
Ives (E.) Voyage to India, 40. 

Jackson (6.) England and Russia, 148. 

(J. R.) What to observe, 39. 

(Randle) Speeches, 148, 149. . 

(W. C.) Memoir of, \4Q, 

and Scott, Life of the Duke of Wel- 
lington, 68. 

Jacquemout (V.) Voyages dans Tlnde, 

(V.) Letters from India, 53. 

Jahangueir (Emperor) Life, 66, 230. 
Jameool Kowanln, 220. 

James (Elinor) Two Letters, 149. 
(Wm.) Naval Occurrences, 8. 

James (Wm.) Naval History, 8. 
Jameson (Jas.) On Cholera, 93. 

(R.) System of Mineralogy, 86. 

Jamia al Hakaiat, 237. 
al Kabir, 217. 

Kawanin, 224. 

Tawarikh, 224. 

Jamieson (A) Celestial Atlas, 85. 
Janayat, 224. 

Japan, History of, 31. 

Voyages to, 61, 

Japanese Grammars and Dictionaries, 248. 

Texts and Tremslationsjrom, 248. 

Jaubert (A.) Notice d'un MS. Turc, 234. 
(A.) Sur la Cours de TOxus, 149. 

(P. A.) Grammaire Turke, 232. 

Javaansche Wetten, 253. 

Javanese Grammars and Texts, 253. 

Javansche Spraakkunst und Woorden* 

boek, 253. 
Jawa'me-ul-ilm ul Ray4zi, 209. 
Jayadeva, Gita Govinda, 187, 189. 
Jean, Catholicus Histoire d'Arm6nie, 15, 

Jean, Ouosk'-herdjan Prdtre Armenien de 

Wagarchapad, Memoire de, 255. 
Jeffery ( H. ) Sermons and Tracts, 149. 

(T.) American Atlas, 34. 

(T.) West- Indian Atlas, 34. 

Jehan Ara, Hist, of Persia, 15, 230. 
Jemaleddini (Maured Allatafet), 13. 
Jemans, Historis, 209. 

Jervis (G.) Arithmetic, in Goojratee, 199, 

(T. B.) On Weights and Measures, 


Jesse ( W. ) Notes of a Half Pay, 61. 
Jews, Narrative of the, 149. 
Jimi^tavahana, Daya Bbaga, 183, 189. 
Jocelyn (Lord) Six Months with the 

Chinese Expedition, 30. 
John (C. S.) Indian Civilization, 149. 
Johnson (Col. J.) Journey, 40. 

(Jas.) Astronomical Observat 85. 

(Sam.) English Dictionary, 100. 

- (S.) Rasselas, in Bengali, 196. 

(G. Wm.) Stranger in India, 53. 

Johnston (C.) Southern Abyssinia, 45. 

(J.) Letter, 149, 

Jones (G.) Practical Arithmetic, 85. 

(Sir Wm.) Works, I. 

(Sir W.) Persian Grammar, 220. 

& Goury, Views on the Nile, 71. 

Jordao, Dos Govemos Legitimos, 78. 

On Parliamentary Reform, 149. 

Joseph und Suleicha, 227. 

Jouher, Private Memoirs of the Em- 
peror HumajTun, 65, 231. 
Jourdain (A.) La Perse, 15. 
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 

Asiatic Society of Great Britain, 


of the Bombay Army, 149. 

Boscowen's Voyage, 149. 

Geographical Society, 118. 

March of the Bombay Army, 20. 

of the House of Commons, 9, 



Journal Asiatique de Paris, 1 19. 

des Savans, 121. 

du Voyage de Siam, 56. 

Journey from Southampton to Bombay, 40. 

Joyce (J.) Dialogues, 274. 

Juan de Persia (Don) Relaciones de 

Persia, 15. 
Judson (A.) Biirman Dictionary, 251. 
Jugunnauth Shastri Kramuvunt, Maratha 

Dictionary, 197. 
Ju-Kiao-Li, ou les deux Cousins, 244. 
Julien, Simple Expose, de M. Pauthier, 

Jumal, Soorah, an Arabic Dictionary, 

Jump, Views in Calcutta, 71. 
Junius on Education in India, 149. 
Justice in India, Tracts on, 150. 
Juyudevu Gita-Govinda, 183. 

Kachmir, Histoire du, 189. 
Kadachindamani, 200. 
Ksempferi, Amoenitates Exoticae, 279. 
Kaivalyam, 200. 
Kajars, the Dynasty of, 15, 230. 
Kalee-Krishen Bahadur, Works in San- 
acrit, 187. 

Moral Maxims, 190. 

Moral Maxims, in Persian, 227. 

Pooroos-Purikhya, 190. 

Translat. of Rasselas, 196. 

Kaleidoscope, 121. 

Kalidasa, Raghu Vamsa, 185, 188. 

Ring-Cakuntala, 188. 

Sakontala, 190, 191. 

Urwasi und der Held, 191. 

Vikramorvasi, 186. 

See CaUdasa, 

Kalidasse Kumdra Sambhava, 187. 

Malavika et Agnimitra, 184. 

r Megba Duta et Cringaratilaka, 184. 

K&li- Krishna, Account of, 232. 

Translat. of Gay's Fables, tn Ben- 

gaUe, 196. 

Kallii, Fundam. Linguse Arabicae, 206. 
Kalmat Ali, 227. 

Kaltbofii, Jus Matrimonii Veterum, 279. 
Kammavakya LYber de Officiis Sacer- 

dotum Buddicorum, 205. 
Kamoos, an Arabic Dictionary, 207, 221. 
Kamrup, les Adventures de, 239. 
Kanh Ji (Devan) Khazanat ul Ilm, 

Kappedi, 200. 
Karamat Ali, On Persian Prosody, &c., 

Karuvik^raro, 201, 270. 
Kasinath Bose, Satya Sthapana, 185. 
Kathd Manjari, 201. 

Sarit Sagara, 187. 

Kavya Prakasa, 184. 

Keate (G.) Pellew Islands, 58. 

Keir (G.) On the Cow Pox in India, 93. 

Keith (J.) Bengali Grammar, 266. 

Kell (J. B.) On Cholera, 150. 

Kelly (P.) Universal Cambist, 80. 

Kelly (W. R.) Syria and the Holy Land, 

Kemaloddino Muhammede, de Templo 

Salomonis, 215. 
Kennedy (R IL) Army of the Indus in- 

Sind, &c., 17. 

(R. H.) Notes on Cholera, 93. 

(R.H.) Review, 150. 

(Lieut. Col. Vans) Hindu Mytho- 
logy, 4. 

(Lieut. CoL Vans) Mahratta Dic- 

tionary, 197. 

(Lieut. Col. Vans) Researches, 179. 

Keppell (G.) Personal Narrative, 40. 
Kerr (R. H.^ Sermon, 150. 

Kershaw (J.) Views in the Burman Em- 
pire, 71. 

Khanikoff, Bokhara, its Amir, &c., 49. 

Khazanut ul Ilm, 224. 

Khirud Ufroz, 237. 

Khiva, Travels in, 49. 

Khojeh Abdulkurreem, Memoirs of, 20. 

Khoolasut-ool-Hisab, 21 1 . 

Khotan, Histou-e de la Ville de, 30, 244. 

Khyrooddeen Moohummud, Jounpoor, 

Kiamat Nama, 237. 

Kidd (J. ) Geological Essay, 86. 

(S.) On the Chinese Language, 249. 

(S.) Illustrations of China, 59. 

Kien-Long; Eloge de la Ville de Monk- 

den, 244. 
Kien-lung, Conquest of the Miao-Tse, 

Kifayah. See Hidayah, 209. 
King (C. W.) Claims of Japan, &c., 61. 

(P. P.) Survey of Australia, 64. 

(R.) Shores of the Arctic Ocean, 


-8 (The) of the East, 279. 

Kinneir (J. M.) Asia Minor, Armenia, 
&c., 45. 

(J. M.) Geog. Memoir of Persia, 32. 

Kir&ta Arjuniya, 184. 

Kircher (A.) La Chine illustree, 1. 

Kirk, Views in Afifghanistan, 71. 

Kirkpatrick (Geo.) Persian, &c. Vocabu- 
lary, 221. 

(Wm.) Letters of Tippoo Sultan, 


Kisseh-Khun der Persische Erz&hler, 230. 
Kittoe (M.) Indian Architecture,. 71. 
KlUnge aus Osten enthaltend neun Ma- 

kamen des Hamadani, 230. 
Klaproth (J. ) Antwort aufeineim Hen&es, 

&c., 279. 

(J.) Apergu du Japon, 31. 

(J.) Archiv. fur Asiatische Litteni' 

tur, 279. 

(J.) Asia Polyglotta, 179. 

(J.) Beleuchtung und Widerlegung, 


— (J.) Bericht ueber Siebolds Abhand- 
lung der Japaner, 248. 

— (J.) Chrestomathie Chinoise. 242. 

— J.) Examen d'une Histoire des. 

Khans Mongol, 250. 



Klaproth (J.) Lettre a le Redacteur du 

Nouireau Journal Asiatique, 246. 
(J.) Notice d'une Atlas Chinoiae, 

(JJ Origin of Paper Money, 80, 

^— (J. ) Rapport relatifs a I'Histoire des 

Mongols, 250. 

(Jl) Recherches sur le Pays de Fou 

Sang, 246. 

— (J.) Reponse k la Prefeuie du Hao 

Khieou Tchhouan, 247. 

(J.) Scbreiben au Herm Sinologus, 


— (J. ) Sprache und Scbrift der Uigu- 
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— (J.) Surles 6oukhares,279. 
(J.) Sur les Caract^res Cbinois au 

Japon, 246. 

— (J.) Sur la Carte de 1' Asie, 279. 
(J.) Sur le Dietionnaire Cbinois, 



(J.) Sur le Dietionnaire Tubetian, 

— (J.) , Sur le Hb4n-wen'Ki6n-Yao, 

— (J.) Sur les Hi^roglypbes Acro- 
logiques, 255. 

(J.) SurTHistoire Mytbol. du Ja- 

pon, 248. 

— (J.) Sur la pretendue Brebis du Si- 
Fan, 247. 

(J.) Sur les Ports Gampou, etc., 


— (J.) Sur les Sources du Brabma- 
poutra, 279. 

(J.) Sur le Voyage de M. Bucking- 

bam, 279. 

(J.) Ueber die Spracbe Afgbanen, 



(J.) Tab. Historique Geograp.,etc., 

(J.) Voyages en Georgie, 61. 

Knigbt(S.) On Confirmation, 150. 

Knox(R.) Ceylon, 28. 

Kodaruwara Kovei, 201. 

Koffler (J.) Historia Cocbincbinae, 27, 

Kokkokam, 201. 
Kolben (P.) Cape of Good Hope, 42. 

(P.) Cap de Bonne Esperance, 42. 

Kolff (D. H.;.Moluccan Archipelago, 57. 

Konig and Sims, Annals of Botany, 87 

Kooliyat Meer Tuqee^ 237. 

Koran, 210. 

in Arabic, with Persian Comment 

and Hindee Translation, 212. 

translated by Sale, 218. 

' in ERndoostanee, 237. 

Extracts from, in Malay, 252. 

Kosegarten, Chrestomathia Arabica, 210. 
Kotzebue (M.) Journey into Persia, 48. 
Kouli-Kban, History of, 21. 
Kovalevsky, Precis des Langues Orien- 

tales, 279. 
Erafft, Oriental. Handscbriften, 103. 
Krishna Terkilankdra Bbatt^charya* Da- 

ya-KramsrSangraha, 183. 

Krusenstem ( A. J.) Voyage, 36. 
Kucbelopakhyanam, 203. 
Kumdra Sambhava, 187. 
Kumaresa Sadacam, 201. 
Kung-Fu-Dsu und seiner Scbuler, 244. 
Kupffter, Annuaire Magnetique, 83. 
Kurdish Gframmars, 232. 
Kussendrager, Java, 58. 
Kurz, Ueber Chinesischen Litteratur, 

Laborde (M. L.) Arabia Petraea, 47. 
La Croze (M. V.) Hist, du Christian isme 

des Indes, 21. 
Ladies* School, Bombay, Reports of» 150. 
Lady (The) and ber Ayah, 237. 
Lagbu Kaumudi, 181. 
LailarWa-Majnun, 224. 
Laili and Majndn, 230. 
Laing (Dav.) Plans, &c. of the Custom 

House, 71. 
Lake (Edw.) Journals of the Madras 

Army, 21. 
Lai Kub, Vocabulary* Huidoostanee and 

English, 192. 
Lai Kuvi, Ch,hutru Prukash, 192. 

Principles of Hindi Inflection, 192. 

Lally (Comte de) Brochures sur, 150. 
(Count) Memoirs, 21. 

Lambert (A. B.) Genus Cincona, 88. 
Landseer (J. ) Sabsean Researches, 2. 
Lane (Cbas.) Burmese Dictionary, 251. 

(E. W.) Modem Egyptians, 44. 

(E. W.) Selections from the Koran, 

Langbom (W.) On the East- India Trade, 

LanglesCL.) Alphabet Tartare-Mantchou, 


(L.) Notice des Manuscripts Per- 

san, 232. 

(L.) Notices des MS. et Ouvrages 

Tartares-Mantchoux, 251. 
— (L.) Sur le Dietionnaire et les 
Grammaires Tartares-Mantchoux, 251. 
(L.) Sur les Mots Orientaux, 279. 

Langlois, Melanges de Litter. Sanscrite, 

Laou-Seng-Urh, 244. 
Lao Tseu Tao Te King, 243. 
Laplace, Voyage autour du Monde, 36. 
Larcber(P. F.; Comment, on Herodotus, 

La Roque, Voyage to Arabia the Happy, 

Las Cases (Count) Life, &c. of Napoleon, 

Lassen (C.) Die Altpersischen Keil 

Schriften, 2. 

(C.) Anthologia Sanscrita, 183. 

(C.) Eugubinischen Tafeln, 2. 

(C) Gescbichte der Grieschen, 8. 

— (C.) Indische Alterthumskunde, 2. 

(C.) Institut. Linguae Pracriticae, 


Latayif-i-Hindi, 192. 
Latham (J.) History of Birds, 90. 

2 a 



Latrobe (C. J.) South Africa, 43. 

Lauderdale (Earl of) Goyernment of In- 
dia, 78. 

Laurie (D.) On the East-India Mono- 
poly, 150. 

Lauterbach (W.) M^prises Singuli^res, 

Law, Government, Statistics, jfc, 73. 

Law of Hindoo Inheritance, m Bengali, 

Law, Oriental, 75. 

Lawrence (H. M. L.) Adventures in the 
Service of Runjeet Singh, 53. 

Laws, Charters, ^c. of the EasUlndia 
Company, 73. 

Laws of India and the East-India Com- 
pany, 74. 

Leach (R.) Afghan Gramnaar, 239. 

(R.) Panjabee Grammar, 194. 

(R.) Vocabul. of Seven Languages, 

179 239. 

Le Bas (c! W.) Life of Bp. T. Middleton, 

(C. W.) Sermons, 174. 

Lebedeff (H.) Hindoostanee Grammar, 

Le Bruyn (C.) Voyage au Levant, 37. 

(C.) Travels in Persia, &c., 45. 

Le Chou-King, 245. 

Lectures on Tlieology in Tdugu, 271. 

Le Compte (L.) Journey in China, 60. 

Lee (S.) Hebrew Grammar, 253. 

(T.) Right to trade, 151. 

Leeds (Duke of) Impeachment of, 143. 

Leemans (C.) Lettre sur les Monumens 
Egyptians, 255. 

Legh (T.) Journey in Egypt, 44. 

Leith (Sir G.) Prince of Wales* Island, 

Leonis (J.) Descriptio Afriqus, 41. 
Leochine (A. de) Steppes des Kiighiz- 

Kazaks, 50. 
Leontiew (A. L.) Sur la Litterature 

Mdndchou, 251. 
Lepsius (Ric.) Palaographie, 179. 
Lessons in the Ooriya Language, 268. 
Lester (Wm.) Happ^ Era, 151. 
Lettere dall*India Onentale, 53. 
Letter to the Earl of Shelbume, 151. 

from an officer in India, 151. 

to J. S. Waring, 151. 

Letters from a Dutchman, 151. 

to Friends at home, 53. 

from Madras, 53. 

to East- India Proprietors, 151. 

Lewis (Sam.) Topog. Dictionary of Eng- 
land, Wales, and Ireland, 32. 
Liber As-Sojutii de Nominibus Relativis, 

Licbtenstein (A. A. H.) Tentam. Palaeo- 

Lilavati, 184, 190, 224. 
Lindberg(J. C.) Lettre ^M. Br»ndsted,6. 
Lindsay (Lord) Letters on Egypt, &c., 

^"(H. H.) On the War with China, 

Linnean Society's Charter, 152. 

Linncan Society's Transactions, 1 18. 
Linscboten (J. H.) Voyages, 37. 
Lippi Mala, 195. 
List of Fellows, &c. of the College of 

Surgeons, 174. 

of Names of Adventurers, 152. 

of Proprietors of East^India Stock, 


of Ships, 152. 

Literature (R. Society of) Transactions, 


Literary Society of Madras, Transactions, 

Litigation, the Proneness of the Natives of 
India to, 152. 

Liturgia Anglicana, Arabice, 258. 

(Caiholica) in Tamil, 263. 

Liverpool (Earl of) Coins of the Realm, 

Lives of the English Kings, in Hindus- 
tanee, 238. 

Livre des Recompenses et des Peines, 243, 

Livres Classiques de la Chine, 245. 

Livres Sacr^s de POrient, 245. 

Ljungstedt (Sir A.) Portuguese Settle- 
ments in China, 30. 

Loch (G. G.) Closing Events in China, 

Lockyer (Chas.) Trade in India, 83. 

Locmani Fabulae Arabice, 210. 

Loewe (L.) Origin of the Egyptian Lan- 
guage, 255. 

Loghat-I-Turki, 232. 

London Oriental Institution Reports, 

Lopes de Castaneda, Hist of the East 
Indies, 21. 

Loqm&n Fables, 215. 

Lord (H.) Banians and Parsees, 21. 

Loubere, Relation of Siam, 27. 

Louis de I'Or, Deux Lettres, 152, 279. 

Low (Jas.) Agriculture, &c., of Penang, 

(Jas.) Siamese Grammar, 251. 

Ludolphi (J.) Lexicon JSthiopico-Lati- 

num, 253. 
Luillier (le Sr. ) Voyage aux Indes, 53. 
Lumsden (M.) Arabic Grammar, 206. 

(M.) Persian Grammar, 220. 

(Thos. ) Journey from Merut, 41. 

Lushington (Chas.) Hist, of Charitable 

Institut. 21. 

(H.) England, A£fghanistan,&c., 17. 

(S. R.) Life of Lord Harris, 65. 

Lutaift Hindee, 237. 

Lyell (C.) Principles of Geology, 86. 

Lyon (G. F.) Attempt to reach Repulse 

Bay, 63. 
(G. F.) Journal of Capt. Parry's 

Voyage, 62. 
( S. ) Hebrew Grammar and Lexicon, 


Macarius, Travels, 39, 218. 
Macartney (Earl of) Embassy to Chins, 



Macassar, Description of^ 88* 

Macaulay (T. B.) Critical and Hist. 

Essays, 174. 
Macculloch (J.) Geology, 86, 
(J.) Highlands and Western Isles, 

Macdonald, Court Martial on, 279. 

(J. ) Experiments on Burning Fuzes, 


(J.) Harmonic System, 85. 

Macdonnell (£.) Letters and Speeches, 

Mac Farlane, Our Indian Empire, 21. 
Mack (J. ) Chemistry, in Bengali^ 196. 
Mackenzie (K. S.) Second Campaign in 

China, 30. 

(M.) Survey of Ireland, 34. 

(R.) War with Tippoo, 21. 

Mackintosh ( A. ) Acct. of the Ramoossies, 

21, 152. 

(A.) Life of Oomiah Naik, 152. 

(A.) On the Mhadeo Kolies, 152. 

(A.) Travels, 37. 

( R. J. ) Life of Sir Jas. Mackintosh, 


Maclean (C.) On the East-India Ques- 
tion, 152. 

(C.) On Epidemic and Pestilential 

Diseases, 93. 

(C.) On Quarentine, 93, 15a 

( C. ) Remarks on Evidence, 153. 

CO On Trade to India, 153. 

Macleay and Horsfield, Annulosa Javanica, 

Macleod (D. A.) Medical Topog. of Bish- 

nath, 93, 153. 
Macnaghten (Sir F. W.) Hindoo Law in 

Bengal, 76. 
(W. H.) Precedents in Hindu Law, 


( W. H. ) Precedents in Mohamme- 
dan Law, 76. 

(W. H.) Reports, 76. 

and Wayte, Correspondence, 153. 

Macpherson (D.) Annals of Commerce, 

(D.) Hist, of European Commerce, 


Madden (R. R.) Egypt, 13. 
Mad hub Chundra Pundita, 265. 
Madras Almanac, 122. 

(New) Almanac, 122. 

Astronomical and Meteorol. Obser- 

vat. 84. 

Civil Fund, Deed of the, 137. 

— ^ Comic Almanac, 279. 

Discontents in the Army of, 21. 

Dissensions at, 21. 

Journal of Litterature, 122. 

Letters from, 53. 

Literary Society's Transactions, 119. 

Loss of, 21. 

Miscellany, 122. 

Quarterly Medical Journal, 122. 

Tracts relative to, 153. 

' r Views of Public Edifices in, 71. 

Madura Condaswami Pulaver, Smriti 
Chandrika, 201. 

Maffei (J. P.) Historia Indica, 21. 
M^ha Kavya, 184, 185. 
Magnetic Observations, 153. 
Magnetical and Meteorological Observa- 
tions, 83. 
Mahibh&rata, 184, 195. 

Adi Parva, 195. 

(Fragments du), 190, 

Maha-Nataka, 187. 

Mahn (E. A. P.) Ueber die Modalitdt 

des Orient. Studium, 279. 
Mahomed Ibrahim Mukba, Taleem Na- 

muh, 23a 
Mahon (G. W.) Tutors' Assistant, 274. 
Mahmud Schebisteri, Rosenflor des Ge- 

heimnisses, 228. 
Mah^vansi, The Rdj^-Ratnacari, and the 

R^j^Vali, 205. 
Mahawanso, 205. 
MahraUa Dictionaries and Grammart, 


Texts, 198. 

Empire, Narrative of Events in 

the, 18. 

Missions, Regulations and By-Laws, 


and Rohilla War in 1773, 4^ 21. 

War, the Origin of, 154. 

M&hrchensammlung, 190. 
Makamen aus dem Tachkemoni, 218. 
Makhzan, al Advviya, 224. 

Makrizi (Taki-Eddini) Hist Coptorum, 

Hist des Sultans Mamlouks, 13. 

Maksura Carmen, 215. 
Malan(C.) On Salvation, 154. 
Milati and Madhava, 184. 
Malavika et Agnimitra, 184. 

Malay Grammars and Dictionaries, 252. 

Texts and Translations from, 252. 

Malayalam Dictionary and Grammars, 

Mala3ran Family (Memoirs of a), 66. 

Miscellanies, 252. 

Malcokn (H.) Travels in S. E. Asia, 53. 

(H.) Travels in China, &c., 60. 

(Sir J.) Central India, 21. 

( Sir J. ) Government of India, 78. 

(Sir J.) History of Persia, \5. 

(Sir J.) Instructions to Officers, 


(Sir J.) Life of Lord Clive, 65. 
(Sir J.) On the Madras Army, 154. 
.Sir J.) Political History of India, 


— (Sir J.) Report on Malwa, 22. 
(Sir J.) Sketch of the Sikhs, 22. 

Malcolmson (J. G.) Clinical Remarks, 

(J. G.) Treatment of Beriberi, 9a 

Maldonado, Epitome de la Chine, 30. 
Maleisch Leesboek, 252. 

Malthus (T. R.) Letter to Lord Gren- 
ville 154. 

(T. R.) On the East-India Col- 
lege, 154. 

(T. R.) Political Economy, 78. 

Mammata Acharya, Kavya Prakasa, 184. 



Mftnava-DhermapSastra, 187. 

Manchu Dictionaries and Gramtnara, 250, 

Manchu Translations^ jfc, 251. 

Mangles (R. D.) Vindication of the Go- 
vernment of Bengal, 154, 280. 

Mannert (K. ) Geographic, 33. 

Manouchi (M.) Hist, of Tamerlan, 16. 

Manson, Drawings of Almorah, 69. 

Manu Dharma-Sastra, 184. 

Map of India and China, 34. 

MapSf 34. 

Marco Polo Viaggi, 45. 

Travels, 45. 

Margette, Horary Tables, 85. 
Marigny, Histoire des Arabes, 14. 
Mariner (Wna.) Tonga Islands, 64. 
Marl6s Hist. Gen. de rinde, 22. 
Marryat (Capt.) Code of Signals, 97. 
Marsden (Sir W. ) CataL of his Library, 


(Sir W.) Life of Sir W. Marsden, 


(Sir W.) Malay Dictionary, 252. 

- (Sir W.) Malay Grammar, 252. 

- (Sir W.) Memoirs of a Malayan 
Family, 66, 252. 

'- (Sir W.) Miscellaneous Works, 99. 

(Sir W.) Numismata Orientalia, 6. 

(Sir W.) Sumatra, 28. 

(Sir W.) Tables of Eras, 154. 

Marsh (C.) Review and Speeches, 26, 

Marshall (H.) On Enlisting Soldiers, 95. 

(J.) Naval Biography, 66. 

(S.) Sermon, 154. 

Marshman (Jos.) Advantages of Chris- 
tianity, 154. 

(J.) Clavis Sinica, 240. 

(J.) On the Chinese Language, 240. 

(J. C.) Civil Law of Fort William, 


(J. C.) Survey of History, 195, 274. 

Martin (J. R.) Topography of Calcutta, 


(M.) History, &c., of Eastern India, 


(M.) On the Tea Trade, 154. 

(M.) Taxation, 78. 

-» (R. M.) British Colonies, 8. 

(R. M.) Remarks, 154. 

(R. M.) Statistics of the Colonies, 


Martinez (Jos.) Hist de la India Ori- 
ental, 22. 

Martinii (M. ) Tartaros en China, 30. 

Martyn (H.) Controversial Tracts, 227. 

" (T.) On Buonaparte's Councils, 154. 

Mashkut Tarjama, 212. 

Masnavi, 237. 

Masonry, Observations on, 155. 

Massie (J. W.) Continental India, 280. 

Massman (J. F.) Libellus Aurarius, 2. 

Masson (C.) Journey in Balochistan, &c. 

(C.) Journey to Kelat, 45. 

Mathematics, 85. 

Matthiae (Aug.) Greek Grammar, 101. 

Matthews (H.) On Sound, aS. 

Maulavi Abdurrahim, Ghayatu-1-Bayan» 

Maulana Sudeed Kazroonee, Ashshurh- 

ool-Moognee, 208. 
Maulmain Chronicle, 123. 
Maured AUatafet, Annales, 215. 
Maurice (T.) Brahminical Fraud, 4. 

(T.) Hist, of Hindostan, 22. 

fT.) Indian Antiq., 2. 

(T.) Ruins of Babylon, 2. 
^.) ~ 

(T.) Ancient Egyptian Grandeur,?. 

Mavor, Spelling Book, in Goqfratee, 270. ' 
Maxims, Moral, from die Sanskrit, 190. 
Maxwell (M.) Narrative in the Alceste, 

Mayer (L.) Views in Egypt, 71. 
M'Clelland (Jo.) Calcutta Journal, 121. 
( Ja ) Geology of Kemaon, 86. 

(Jo.) Report on Assam, 88. 

McCosh (Jo.) Topography of Assam, 

McCulloch (J. R.) Dictionary of Com- 

merce, 80. 
(J. R.) Geog. Dictionary, 33. 

- (J. R.) Statistical Account, 78. 
McCurdy (E. A.) Views of the Neil- 

gherries, 71. 
M'Gregor (Jas.) Medical Sketches, 93. 
McKerrell (Jo.) Camatica Grammar, 204. 
M*Leod (Jo.) Voyage of the Alceste, 60. 
McQueen (Jas.) Survey of Africa, 33. 
Meares TJo.) Vo3rage from China, 63. 
Measor (H. P.) Tour in Egjrpt, &c., 47. 
Mechanics (A Treatise on), in Mvratjiit^ 

Medhurst (W. H.) Dictionary of the 

Hok-KSen Dialect, 241. 

(W. H.) Japanese Vocabulary, 248. 

Medical College of Bengal, 155. 

- College of Bombay, 155. 

Reports, 93. 

Society of Bombay, Transactions of, 


Society of Calcutta, Transactions of, 


Topography of Assam, Bombay, 

Bishnath, and Calcutta, 155. 

Medicine, 91. 

Medico- Botanical Society's Transactions, 

Medini Kosha, 182. 
Meer Husun, Sihr-ool-Buyan, 238. 

Nusri Benuzeer, 237. 

Jaffier, Restitution Money, 155. 

Sher Ulee Ufsos, Araish-I-Muhfil, 


Meerut Universal Magazine, 122. 
M^gha-Dtita, 187, 190. 
Megha Duta and Cringaratilaka, 184. 
Mebraunjee Hormusjee Mehtaand Now- 

rojee Rustomjee*s Scholar's Assistant, 

Mejmua Shemsi, 224, 232. 
Mellen (G.) United States, 3a 
Melville (Hon. W. L.) Remarks, 155. 
Memoria da Commissao, 155. 
Memorial to Lord Comwallis, 155. 



Memoire pour le Sr. de la Gatinais, 155. 

pour les Syndics, &c., 155. 

Memoires de la Societ6 Ethnologique, 119. 

concernante THistoire, etc., des Chi- 

nois, 30. 

Memoirs of the Astronomical Society, 

of a Cadet, 280. 

of the late War in Asia, 22. 

of a Malayan Family, 252. 

Mendosa, Rerum, in Regno Chinensi, 30. 
Mineralogy and VolcanoSy 86. 
Mengin (F.) Hist, de I'Egypte, 13. 
Meninski (F. M.) Thesaurus Ling. Orien- 

talium et Onomasticon, 233. 
Meng Tseu, 245. 
Menu, Laws of, 187. 

M^nava-Dherma-Sastra, 187. 

Sanhita, 184. 

Menzie (A.) Report on the Bequest of 

James Dick, 174. 
Merchond, Geschichte der Seldschuken, 

Meteorology t 83. 
Meursinge Handboek, in Makische Tool, 

Meyendorff (Le Baron de) Voyage k 

Boukhara, 49. 
Michael (J.) Hindu Selections and Stories, 


(J.) Persian Fables, 224. 

Mickle (W. J.) Lusiad of Camoens, 51. 
Miftah al Jinnat, 237. 

Mignan (R.) Journey in Georgia, &c., 61. 
Milbum (Wm.) Oriental Commerce, 80. 
Miles (Col.) Shajrat ul Atrak, 13. 

(W.) Hist of Tipu Sultan, 20. 

Military Annual for 1844, 174. 

Bill, East Indies, 155. 

Discipline, ^c, 95. 

Rules and Regulations, 95. 

Seminary, Memoirs of, 155. 

Mille et un Jours, Contes Orientaux,2l8. 
Miller (P.) On Steam Navigation, 155. 
Mill (J.) Hist, of British India, 22. 
(J.) Political Economy, 78. 

(J.) Commerce Defended, 155. 

Mills (C.) Hist, of Mohammedanism, 14. 
Milne, Retrospect of the Mission to 

China, 280. 
Mineralogy and Volcanos, 85. 
Mines de TOrient, see Hammer, 179. 
Minto (Lord) and Council's Letter, 155. 
Mionnet (T. E.) Medailles Grec. et Ro. 

maines, 6. 
Mirat Sekandari, 224. 
Mrichcbhakati, 184. 
Mirchondi Historia Gasnevidarum, 227. 
Mirkond, History of the Kings of Persia, 

15, 230. 
Mir Tuquee (Mohammed) Kooliyat, 237. 
Mir Tuquee (Mahommed) Shooulue Ishq, 

Mirza Ihtesam-ud-din Shigurf Nama-i- 

Velaei, 38. 

Kasim Ali Jawan, B&rah Masa, 237. 

Miscellaneous Literature, 99, 173. 

Oriental Literaturei 276. 

Miscellaneous Translat. firom Orient Lan- 
guages, 179. 
Mishcat-uUMasibih, 218. 
Missionaries, Correspondence, 155. 
Missionary Herald, 122. 

Question, Tracts on, 155. 

Register, 122. 

Society's Report, 156. 

Tracts in Canarese, 271. 

Tracts in Mahratta, 269. 

Tracts in Malay, 273. 

Tracts in Malayalim, 271. 

Tracts in TamU, 270, 271. 

Tracts in TebigUf 271. 

Mitlkshara, 184. 

- Darpana, 195. 

Dharma Sastra, 184. 

Mitchell (A.) Thoughts, 156. 

(Jo.) Means of Civilizing India, 280. 

Mint Aamil, 206. 
Mizani Tib, 224. 
Modchamargam, 201. 
Modem Sjrrians, 47 

Moelleri (J. H.) Catalogus Librorum in 
Bibliotheca Gotbana, 103. 

(J. H. ) de Numis Orientalibus, 6, 103. 

Mohammed Ali Hazin Life, 227. 

Effendi,Ambassade,en Turquie,234. 

Hyderijra, 224. 

Mohsin, Dabistan, 223, 229. 

Mohammed Ebn Batuta, Itinera, 215. 
Mohammedan Architectural Drawings, 69.' 
Mohammedii Filii Chondschahi, 227. 
Mohunpersaud Takoor, a Vocabulary, 

Ooriya and English, 197. 
Moises (Edw.) Persian Interpreter, 221. 
Molesworth (J. T.) Murat,hee Dictionary, 

M&ller(J.H.) Oriental Palaographische, 

Monardes (N.) Historia Medicinal, 94. 
Monete Cufiche, 6. 
Money, On Ship.building at Bombay, 

Money Trade and Commerce, 79. 
Mongol Dictionaries and Grammars, 249. 
Mongol Texts, 250. 
Mongol Translations, jrc, 250. 
Monopoly no Nuisance, 132. 
Montefiore (J.) Commercial Dictionary, 

Montfaucon, L'Antiquite Expliqu6e, 2. 
Montgaillard, Guerre de Pologne, 78. 
Montgomery (Jas.) Cotton Manufacture, 

Monthly Review, 122. 
Montucci (A.) On the Chinese Language 

andonHager's Chinese Characters, 247. 
(A.) De Studiis Sinicis, 247. 

(A.) Parallel, 240. 

Monumenta Antiq. Historise Arabum, 

Moo^dhuboodha, 181. 
Moojiz-ooUQuanoon, 210. 
Mookhtusur-ool-Ma'-ani, 210. 
Moolukhkhus-ool-Tuwareekh, 224. 
Moon (A.) Catalogue of Plants, 88. 
Moontukhub'Ool-Loghat, 221. 



Moor (Major £dw.) Bealings Bells, 174. 

(Edw.) Hindu Pantheon, 4. 

r£dw.) On Hindu Infanticide, 280. 

(Edw.) Compilat of Regulations, 

(Edw.) Narrative of Capt. Little's 


Detachment, 22. 
— (E.) Oriental Fragments, 280. 
(J. H.) Indian Archipelago, 57. 

Moorcroft and Trebeck, Travels, 53. 
Moore (H.) O Pastor, do Campode Salis- 
bury, 275. 

(Jas.) Hist, of the Small Pox, 94. 

(J. ) Hist, of Vaccination, 94. 

(Jos.) Views of Rangoon, 71. 

Moorshedabad News, 123. 

Moost'ujab Khan (Nawab), Goolistan-I- 

Rehmut, 229. 
Morier (J.) Two Journeys in Persia, &c., 

Morley (Wm.) Letter on the Jami-al- 

Taw&rikh, 280. 
Morris (J. B.) Prize Essay, 280. 

(J. C.) Teloogoo Dictionary, 202. 

(J. C.) Teloogoo Selections, 20a 

Morrison (J. ) On Alliance with the Great 

Mogul, 280. 

(Mrs.) Life of Dr. R. Morrison, 66. 

(R.) Chinese Dialogues, &c., 242. 

(R.) Chinese Dictionary, 241. 

(R.) Chinese Grammar, 240. 

TR.) Horae Sinicae, 240. 

(R.) Chinese Miscellany, 243. 

(R.) English Gram, for Chinese, 241. 

;R.) Memoirs of W. Milne, 66. 
R.) Sermons and Tracts, 156. 
'R.) Translations from Chinese, 

(R.) View of Chma.241. 

(R.) Vocabul. of the Canton Dialect, 


Morrone (Jos. ) Cochin- Chinese Vocabu- 
lary, 242. 

Mortimer (Wm.) Manual of Anatomy, 91. 

Morton (Wm.) Bengalee Dictionary, 267. 

Mosblech (Bonif. ) Vocabulaire Oceanien, 
&c., 99. 

Mouraviev (M. N.) Voyage a Khiva, 49. 

Moxon (J.) Collections on the North 
West Passage, 63, 156. 

Mrityunjoy Vidyalunkar, Prubodha Chun- 

Mrityunjuyu Vidyalunkaru, Rajavuli, 196. 

Mualakat as Sab&a, 210. 

Mudge and Dalby, Trigonometrical Sur- 
vey, 174. 

Mudie (R.) China, 60. 

Mudra Rakshasa, 184. 

Muhammed, Geburt und Abrahams Un- 
tergang, 215. 

Muir(J.) Argument for Christianity, tn 
Sanskrit Verse, 185. 

(J.) Way to Happiness, 191. 

Mujdood - Deen- Moohummud, Kamoos, 

Mujmooi Taleem Moossibiyan, 221. 

Mukamat-ool-Hureeree, 210. 

Mukhbar al Wasalin, 224. 

Mulfuzat Timury, 230. 

Mulla* Feruz Bin Kawus, George Na- 

Muller (G. J.) Russia and China, 156. 

(J.) Indian Tables, 80. 

(N.) Glauben der Alten Hindus, 4. 

Munday (Capt.) Pen and Pencil Sketches, 

Munger (S. B.) China, 156. 
Munich, Abhandlungen der Akademie, 


Gelehrte Anzeigen der Akademie, 


Mtmnoo Lai, Gul Dasta Nishati, 223b 
Munro (Innes) Narrative, 22. 

(Lieut. Col.) On the Tent Contract, 


Murillo Velarde (P.) Hist, de Philipanas, 

Murray (H.) Narrative of Discovery, 42. 

(H.) Travels in Asia, 46. 

British India, 18. 

Murray (J.) Doings in China, 30. 

- (J. F.) The Chinese and the Minis- 
try, 156. 

(L.) English Grammar, Exercises, 

Reader and Spelling Book, 100, 274. 
(L.) English Grammar, Marathi, 


Museum of Mankind, 156. 

Musik der Araber, 218. 

Muskau (Prince P.) Egypt, 44. 

Myers (T.) Observations on 3rd Report, 

(T.) On the Structure of the Chi- 
nese Language, 247 

Mysore, Conquest of, 156. 

mythology, 3. 

Nabob (The) or Asiatic Plunderers, 280. 

why so called, 280. 

Nadir Shah, History of, 22. 

Naima, Annals of the Turkish Empire, 

Naishadha-Charita, 185. 
Nala, a Hindu Poem, tn Tdugu, 203,271. 

and Damayanti, 190. 

Nalavemba, 201. 

Nalodaya, Carmen, 185, 187. 

Nalus Carmen. Maha-Bharati, 187. 

Names of Twenty-four Directors, 156. 

Napier (E.) Wild Sports, 37. 

(E.) Reminiscences of Syria, 47. 

(W. F. P.) Conquest of Scinde, 17. 

Napoleon, Campaigns in Egypt, 67. 

Memoirs at St Helena, 66. 

Narasingavijayam, 201. 

Narain Swamy, 202. 

Narayun Pundit, Rajneeti, 193. 

Nares (E.) On Translating the Scriptures, 

Narrative of the Boscowan's Voyage, 53. 

of Capt. Woodward, 58. 

of the Chinese Embassy to the 

Tourgauth Tartars, 50, 245. 

of the Couq. of the Mysore, 22* 

of the State of Sind, 24. 

of a March In India, 53. 



Nash (C.) War in Affgbanistan, 17. 
Natakas, or Plays, in Sanscrit, 185. 
Native Poor Asylum's Reports, 157. 
^—^ Magazine, in Bengali, 268. 
Natural History, 86. 
Naufragus, The Adventures of, 53. 
Naval Discipline, Navigation, ^c, 96. 
Neamet Ullah, Hist of the Afghans, 17. 
Nedineri Vilakkam, 201. 
Needham, Lettre de Pekin, 247. 
Neelkhunthu Bhuttu, Vyuvuharu Mu- 

yookhu, 191. 
Neelrutna Haldar, Bohoodurson, 178. 
Neeti Cotha, Fables in Ooriya, 268. 

- Sunkhulum, 187. 

Neild (JJ State of Prisons, 78. 
Nelson (Lord) Despatches, 8. 
Neptune Oriental, 35. 
Neumann (C. F.) Asiatische Studien, 

(C. F.) Translations from the Chi- 
nese and Armenian, 245. 

Neville, On the Hastings Administ, 157. 
Newbold (T. J.) British Settlements in 

the Straits of Malacca, 28. 
Newman (S.) Mercantile Tables, 80. 
Newspapers, 123. 

New Testaments, See Hchf Scriptures, 
Nicholas (Sir H.) Proceed. &&, of the 

Privy Council, 1 1. 

(J.) Tamil Vocabulary, 200. 

NichoUs (Geo ) Grammar of Geography, 

Nidimozhittirattu, 270. 
Niebuhr (C.) Vovage en Arabie, 47. 
Niecampii (J. L.) Hist Missionis, 22. 
Nighanta Prukasba, 198. 
Nipon, ODai Itsi Ran, ou Annates des 

Empereurs du Japon, 31, 248. 
Nisabool Istasab, 221. 
Niti Durpun, 198. 
Nizami Laili and Mignun, 230. 

Secander-Nama, 224, 225. 

Narrationes et Fabulse, 228. 

Nonarum Inquisitiones, 10. 

Norden (F. L.) Travels in Egypt, 44. 

Norie (J. W.) Nautical Tables, 97. 

(J. W.) Navigation, 97. 

North British Review, 122. 
North West Passage, 62. 

Norton (Geo.) Duties of a Justice of 

Peace, 157. 
(G.) Rudimentals of Government, 

&c., 7a 
Notice des Ouvrages de Literature In- 

dienne, 280. 
Notes on British India, 157. 
Nott (Lieut Col. W.) Petition, 157. 
Noureddeen Mohammed Abdullah Shi- 

razejr, Ulfaz Udwiyeh, J 80. 
Nowrojee, Journal, 38. 
Nubia, Travels in, 43. 
Nufhut-Ool-Yumun, 210. 
Nujum-ul-Furkan, 210. 
Nul and Dumun, 224. 
Numismatics, 5. 
Nunnool, an Original Tamil Grammar, 


Nusri Benuzeer, or the Sihr-ool-Bayan, 

Nuwab Moostujab Khan, Life of Hafiz 

Rhemut Khan, 65. 
Ny^ya Sutra Vritti, 185. 

Oakes ( A. F.) Field Movements, 95. 

(A. F.) Instructions for the Ar- 
tillery, 95. 

Oberleitner (A. ) Cbrestomathia Arabica, 

(A.) Fundam. Linguae Arabic8e,206. 

0*Brien (Hen.) Round Towers of Ire- 
land, 2. 

(W. S.) On the Renewal of the 

Charter, 157. 

O Gentilisimo do Papismo, 275. 
Ogilby (J.) Asia, 46. 

J. Atlas Chinensis, 60. 

O'Hara (P.; Letter on India Affieurs, 157. 
Olearius (A.) Vojrages and Travels, 48. 
Olin (Stepb.) Travels in Egypt, 47. 
Olio (An) on Freight, 157. 
O'Meara, Napoleon in Exile, 67. 
Ondaatje, Lessons of Truth, in Tamilj 

Ooijoozeb, 210. 
Open Trade, Tracts on, 157. 
Opium Crisis, 157. 

Question, Tracts on, 157. 

Orazio (F.) Regno del Thibet, 27. 
Orders 'on the Equity Side of the Su^ 

preme Court, Madras, 76. 
Orianne (G.) Le Droit Hindou, 76. 
Oriental Annuals, 280. 

Christian Spectator, 122. 

Herald, 122. 

Orientalia, 122. 

Oriental Languages, Comparative and Mis- 
cellaneous, 177. 
Law, 75. 

Navigator, 97. 

Quarterly Magazine, 122. 

Original Persian Letters, 228. 

Ortssa Dictionaries and Grammars, 197. 
Orlich (L. von) Reise in Ostindien, 54. 
Orme (R.) History of Indostan, 22. 
(R.) Fragments of Mogul Empure, 

Ornithology, 90. 

Osbeck (P.) Voyage to China, 60. 
Osborne (W. G.) Court, &c., of Run- 

jeet-Sing, 54. 
Ostervald, Hist of the Bible, in Persian, 

Ouchterlony (Jo.) Chinese War, 30. 
Oude, Presents from the King of, 157. 
Oupnek'hat cura A. Duperron, 4. 
Ouseley (Wm.) Epitome of the Hist of 

Persia, 15. 
(Wm.) Oriental Collections, 122. 

(Wm.) Persian Miscellanies, 230. 

(Sir Wm.) Travels in the East 46. 

Outram (Jas.) Rough Notes on Sinde, 

&c., 17. 
Overland Journeys, 39. 
Ovington (J.) Voyage to Surat, 54. 



Owen (Jo.) On Twining's Letter, 157. 
(R.) Pearly Nautilus, 91. 

Paddanatta Pilleiparal, 201. 

Paganism, Essay on the Nature of, 157. 

Palafoz (Juan) Conquista de la China, 

Conquest of China, 30. 

Palashatantrikanda, 201. 

Palgrave (Sir F.) Ancient Calendars, &c., 

— - (Sir F.) Documents, &c., of Scot- 
land, 10. 

'Sir F.) Parliamentary Writs, 10. 
Sir F.) Rotuli, 11. 

Palladius de Gentibus Indis, 4. 
Pallas (P. S.) Voyages, 62. 
Pallme (Ignatius) Travels In Kordofan, 44. 
Palun, Cochin- Chinese and Latin Dic- 
tionary, 242. 
Pancha Tandra Cadei, 201. 
Panchopakhyan, 198. 
Pancha- Tantra, 190, 201. 
Pfinini-SQtra-Vritti, 181. 

acht Biicher Grammat., 181. 

Paolini (S.) Dittionario Giorgiano, 256. 
Papers on Public Business, in Tamil, 20\, 

Printed by Order of the General 

Court, 15. 

Papillon (T.) on East-India Trade, 158. 
Paramartha, Aventures de, 190. 
Paravey (Ch. de) Sur les Amazones et 
sur les Niu-Mou-Yo, 247. 

sur le Deluge de Noe, 280. 

(Ch. de) Sur les Ting- Sing, 247. 

(Ch. de) Tables Chronol. Chinoises, 

etc., 245. 

Parbury, Oriental Herald, 122. 

Pardoe (Miss) City of the Sultan, 280. 

Pareau (J. H. ) Comment de Anrulkeisie 
Moallakah, 280. 

Park (Mungo) Travels, in Urdu, 272. 

Parker (P.J On Hospitals in China, &c., 

Parker, Evidence of our Transact, in 
.£. I., 23* 

Parkhurst (Jo. ) Hebrew Lexicon, 253. 

Parlby (S.) British Indian Military Repo- 
sitory, 120. 

Parliamentary Debates, 8. 

History of England, 8. 

Journals of the House of Com., 9. 

Reports, 9. 

Writs, 10. 

Parry (Capt.) Four Voyages, 63. 

Parsons (A.) Travels, 37. 

Parthey (G.) Vocabularium Coptico-Lat., 

Pasley (Col.) Fortification, 95. 

(Col.) Geometry, in Goojratee, 199. 

SCol.) Geometry, in MaraVhOy 198. 
Col.) Military Policy, 95. 
Pataliputra, &c., 188. 
Patna Farmer's Petition, 158. 
Patterson (Wm.) Narrative, 43. 
Patton (Rob.) On Asiatic Monarchies, 

Pattullo (Hen.) On Cultivation. of Landa, 

&C., 158. 
Paul (J.) Letter to Sam. Whitbread, 

Paulini a S. Bartholomaei, Amarasinba, 


Cod. MSS., 179. 

India Orient Christ, 4. 

Musei Borgiani, 4. 

Opuscula, 4. 

Sidharubam, 182. 

Systema Brahman, Liturg.,4. 

Vy&carana, 182. 

Viaggio, 54w 

Pauper Children, Reports on Training of, 

Pauthier, (M. G.) Sur la Doctrine du Tao 

(M. G.) Sur les Systems d'Ecritures 

Orient et Occident, 280. 
Peace Society's First Report, 158. 
Pearson (H.).Life and Corresp. of C. F. 

Swartz, 67. 

(J. D.) Bakyabolee, 268. 

(J. D.) Bengallee Dictionary, 267. 

(J. D.) English Grammar, 267. 

(J. D.) Lessons, 265. 

(J. D.) Potro-Cowmoodee, 268. 

Peet (Jos. ) Malayalam Grammar, 204. 
Peiper (C. R. S.) Dissertatio de Moal- 

laka, 219. 
Pemberton (R. B.) Report on Eastern 

Frontier, 54. 

(R. B.) Report on Bootan, 54. 

Pend Nameh, 228. 

Pengarjaran Mesehi Terpendekh Guna, 

Penho^n (B. de) Histoire del'Inde, 23. 
Pennant (T.) View of Hindoostan/ &c., 

Percival (R.) Cape of Good Hope, 43. 

(R.) Ceylon, 57. 

Percy (Bp.) Pieces relating to the Chi- 
nese, 245. 

Peregrine Pultney, 280. 

Perineal Account of the Biqitists* Mis- 
sionary Society, 120. 

Periodicals, 119. 

Perkins (J.) Residence in Persia, 48. 

Perrin (N.) L' Afghanistan, 49. 

Perrier (F.) La Syria sous Meh6met Ah', 

Perse et Georgie, Troubles de, 15. 

Persia and Armenia^ History q/^ 15. 

Traveh in, 47. 

Persia, Sketches of, 48. 

Persiae, seu Regni Persici Status, 43. 
Persian Dictionaries, 221. 

Fables, from the Anwar! Sooheyly, 


Grammars, 219. 

Reader, 273. 

Stories, in Tamil, 270. 

jTearte, 222. 

with Translations, 226. 

Translations from, 228. 

. Vocabulary, in Bengali, 195. 

Petermann (J. H.) De Ostikanis, 21.9. 



Peters (W.) Digest of Circular Ordeis, 

Petition of 1,000 Seamen's Widows, 158. 

Petrie (W.) Statement of Facts, 158. 

Pbaroab, Abridgment of Gen. Orders, 95. 

Philip (Dr.) Case, 158. 

Philippart (J.) E.I.C.'s Military Calen- 
dar, 26. 

Phillips (H. C.) Naval Signals, 97. 

Philojohannes, On Steam Communica- 
tion, 158. 

PhUohgy, 99. 

Philosophia Sinica Tribus Tractatibus, 

Philo- Sinensis, On Chinese Grammar, 241. 

Vocabulary of the Chinese, Corean, 


Phihsophyy 83. 

Philoxenus Secundus, Persian Recrea- 
tions, 280. 

Phipps (J.) On Ship Building, 97. 

Phanician, Grammars, ^c, 256. 

Phrase Book, in Tamil, 270. 

Physics and Meteorology, 83. 

Pictet (A.) De TAffinit^ des Langues 
Celtiques, 179. 

Piddington (H.) Horn Book of Storms, 

(H.) Law of Storms, 158, 159. 

'■ — (H.) Plants of India, 88. 

(H.) Tracts, 158. 

Piettro della Valle, Voyages, 37. 
Pigot (Lord) Tracts relative to, 159. 
Pilpay, Kalile wa Dimne, 218. 
Pinnock, Catechism of Astronomy, in 

Oordoo, 272. 
Pinto (F. M.) Vojrages and Adventures, 

Pisonis (G.) de Indise Re Naturali, &c., 

Pitman (R. B.) On Joining the Atlantic 

and Pacific, 62. 
Placita de Quo Warranto, 11. 
Placitorum in Domo Capitul. Westmo- 

nast., 11. 
Plaisted (B.) Journal, 41. 
Plane Trigonometry in Goojratee, 199. 
Plan for relieving the East- Company, 

for the Government of India, 20, 

Playfair (Hen. Wm.) Remarks on the 

Charter, 159. 

(Wm.) Strictures, 23. 

Pleasing Instructor, in Hindustani, 272. 

Stories, in Hindustani, 272. 

Pleasant Stories in Teloogoo, 203. 
Plummer (T. W.) Letter on the E. I. C's 

Charter, 26. 
Pococke (Ric.) Descript. of the East, 37. 
Pocockii Specimen Historise Arabum, 

14, 215. 
Podesta (Jo. B. ) Cursus Grammat. Ling. 

Orient., 179. 
Poetical English Reader, 274. 
Poetry, Selections of, 274. 
Pogson (W. R.) Hist, of the Boondelas, 


Pogson (W. R.) Historical Researches, 

Tour to Chateegaon, 54. 

Policy of the Government of Brit India, 

Poller, Mythologie des Indous, 5. 
Polite Learning, System of, in Sanskrit, 188. 

Letter Writer, in Tamil, 202. 

Politics and Political Economy, 77. 
Ponceau (P. S. du) On Chinese Writing, 

Pooroos-Purikhya, 190. 
Popham (Sit H.) Prince of Wales's 

Island, 159. 
Popular Topics, 159. 
Porter (Sir R. K.) Travels in Georgia, 

Postans (Capt.) Drawings of Costume, 

&c., in the West of India, 69. 

(Capt.) Hints to Cadets, 95. 

(Capt) Observations on Sindh, 54. 

(Capt) On the Commerce of the 

Indus, 159. 

(Mrs.) Cutch, 54. 

(Mrs.) Facts and Fictions, 281. 

TMrs.) Western India, 54. 

Pote (B. E.) Identity of Literature, &c., 

Pott (A. F.) die Zigeuner in Europa und 

Asien, 13. 

(A.F.) Etymologische Forschungen, 

Pottery from Indian Clays, 159. 
Pottinger (H.) Travels in Beloochistan, 

Powell (Jo.) Case, 159. 
Poynder (Jo.) Human Sacrifices in India, 

(Jo. ) Speech on Idolatry, 159. 

Prabod'ha Chandrodaya, 188, 190. 
Pratapaditya, 195. 

Prayer (A Form of) &c., for Peace in 

India, 174. 
Preamble of Agreement, 159. 
Premare (P.) Notitia Linguae Sinicae, 

Prem Sagur, 193. 
Prevost (A, Fr.) Hist Gen. des Voyages, 

Priaulx (O. de B. ) Qusestiones Mosaicse, 5. 
Price (D.) History of Arabia, 14. 

(D.) Memoirs of the Life of a Field 

OflScer of the Indian Army, 67. 

(D.) Mohammedan History, 14. 

(Jos.) Letters, 160. 

(Wm.)Hindoostanee Grammar, &c., 


(W.) Hindee and Hmdoostanee Se- 
lections, 193. 

(W.) Hindoostanee Selections, 237. 

(W.) Journal in Persia, 48. 

Prichard (J. C.) Egyptian Mythology, 5, 

(J. C.) History of Mankind, 89. 

(J. C.) Origin of Celtic Nationr, 

Primer in Bengalee, 268. 
Primer in Persian, 273. 
Primitise Orientales, 281. 




Prince of Wales Island, 160. 
Prinsep (G. A.) Account of Steam Ves- 
sels, 97. 

— (G. A.) Commerce, &c. of Bengal,82. 

— (G. A.) On the Saugor Island So- 
ciety, 281. 

(H. T.) On Discoveries in Affghan- 

istan, 6. 

— (H. T.) Life of Mohammed Ameer 
Khan, 66. 

-^— (H. T.) Military Transact, in India, 

^^(H.T.) Sikh Power, and Life of 

Runjeet Singh, 23. 

— (James) Benares Illustrated, 71. 
r James) Useful Tables, 81. 

(John) On Commerce, 160. 

Printing Types, Specimens of, 160. 
Prints, Books of, 68. 

Prior (J.) Life of Edm. Burke, 65. 
Privy Council Proceedings, 11. 
Probus, Letters of, 160. 
Propositions, and Amended Propositions, 

Proprietors* Lists, 160. 
Prospectus of Oriental Works, 160. 
Prubodha Chundrika, 195. 
Ptolemsei Geographia, 31. 
Public Disputations at Fort Wm. College, 


Records, Custody of, 160. 

Pultney (Wm.) Effects of the East- India 

Bill, 160. 
Punchopakhyan, 270. 
Punchatuntra, 203. 
Pund-naroa, 226. 
Punjabi Grammars^ 194. 
Purchas (S.) Pilgrims and Pilgrimage, 35. 
Purdy, Oriental Navi^tor, 97. 
Purusha Pariksha, 195. 
Pushtoo, or Affghan and Sindhe Grammars, 

P3rrard (Fr.) Voyage aux Indes Orien- 

tales, 57. 

Quanooncheh, 224. 

Quarterly Journal of the Calcutta Me- 
dical Society, 122. 

Review, 122. 

Quellenburgh (H. van) Vindicis Bata- 
vioB, 37. 

Questions proposed at the Genl. Court, 

Quwaidi-Farsee, 273. 

Quintus Curtius, 8. 

Rabbi, Joseph Ben Joshua Ben Meir, the 

Sphardi, his Chronicles, 254. 
Radhacant Deb, 268. 
Radices Pracriticse, 182. 
R&djatarangin!, Histoire des Rois du 

Kachmer, 188. 
Raffles (Sir T. S.) Hist, of Java, 28. 

(Sir T. S.) On a Land Rental, &c., 

for Java, 78. 

Life of Sir T. S. Raffles, 67. 

Raghava, Nala, 203. 
Raghava Nala, tn Telugu, 271. 

Raghunandana Bhattacl)arya,Daya Tatwa, 

Bhatt&ch&rya, Vyavahdra Tatwa, 


Raghu Vamsa, 185. 

Raghuvansa Carmen, 188. 

Rajabali, or History of the Rajahs, 196. 

Raja Krishna Chandra, 196. 

Ra]a Tarangini, 185. 

Rajavali, 185. 

Pataka, 185. 

Raj&vuli, 196. 
Rajneeti, or Tales, 193. 

Ralfe (J.) Naval Biography, 67. 

Ram Chondro Sorma, 268. 

Rama, ein Indisches Gedicht, 190. 

Ramdyana, 196. 

Ramayuna, 188, 19a 

Ramayuna di Valmici, 185. 

Ram&yanam, 203. 

Ramchunder Surmona's Memorial, tn 

Sanscrit, 191. 
Ram Comul Sen, English and Bengalee 

Dictionary, 195w 
Ramdhun Sen, Persian Dictionary, 21, 

Rammohun Roy, Translat of the Veds, 

Ram Ram Boshoo, Lippi Mala, 195. 

Pratapaditya, 195. 

Ram R6z, Architecture of the Hindus, 

Rama Sadakam, 201. 

Randall (W.) Letter, 161. 

Ranken (JasJ On the Pali Plague, 94. 

Rankine (Rob.) Medical Topography of 
Sarun, 94, 161. 

Ranking (J.) Historical Researches, 31. 

(J.) Wars and Sports of the Mon- 
gols, &c., 16. 

Raper ( Admiral) On Signals, 97. 

(H.) On Navigation, 97. 

Rapport van de Commisse tot de Oost- 

Indische Zaken, 27. 
Rasala Ihn-i-Nahu, 221. 
Raschid Eddin Histoire des Mongols, 15, 


Effendi Historia Ottoroanna, 232. 

Rasmussen, Annales Islamismi, 219. 
Ratnavali, a Drama, 185. 

Raub der Draupadi, 190. 

Ravii (S. F.) Specimen Arabicum, 218. 

Reading Lessons for Children tn Tdugu, 

Recherches Asiatiques, 119. 
Record of Caernarvon, 11. 

Commission, Scotland, 9. 

Records, 9. 

Recueil des Voyages, &c., 35. 
Redoute (P. J.) Les Liliacc^es, 88. 
Rees (E.) Sketches of the Horrors of War, 


( Geo. ) Lectures on Carbon, &c. ,161. 

Reeves ( Wm.) Camataca Dictionary, 204. 
Regierung des Saahd- Aldaula zu Aleppo, 

Register of the E. I. C.'s Civil Servants^. 



Registrum Magni Sigili Reg. Scotorum, 


Regulations for the Dress of Officers, 95. 

for the Medical Department of Ben- 
gal, 93. 

for Various Parts of India, &c., 


and Laws, in BengaK^ 196 

and Laws, m Gooiratee, 199. 

and Laws, m MahrattOt 198. 

and Laws, in the Nagri Character, 


and Laws, in Pertian, 224. 

in Tamul, 201. 

in Telugu, 203. 

Reid (J.) Turkey and the Turks, la 
Religious Prejudices of India, 161. 
Remonstrance of Merchants and Traders 

in Piece Goods, 161. 
Remusat (Abel) Catalogue des Bolides et 

des Aerolithes, 247. 
r— (A.) Description d*Iles peu connus 


( AO Grammaire Chinoise, 241. 

(A.) Melanges et Nouveaux Me- 
langes d'Hist. et Litterat. Orientales, 

(A.) Recherches sur les Langues 

Tartares, 250. 

(A.) Sur la Doctrine Samaneenne, 

&c., 281. 

— ( A. ) Sur les Livres Chinois, 103. 
(A.) Sur la Langue des Chinois, 


(A.) Sur les Relations des Princes 

Chretiens avec les Empereurs Mongols, 

Renaudot, Ancient Accounts of India, 14, 

Renewal of East-India Company's Char- 
ter, 161, 2. 

Rennefort(S. de) Hist, des Indes Orient^ 


Rennell (Major) Bengal Atlas, 35. 

(Ma^or) Descript. de I'Inde, 33. 

(Major) Geography of Herodotus, 


- (Major) Memoir of a Map of Hin- 
doostan, 3a 

(Major) Retreat of the 10,000, 33. 

(Major) Roads in Bengal, 33. 

( Major) Western Asia, 33. 

Renouard de St. Croix, Voyage, 58. 
Reports of the British Association, 118. 
on the Cholera, 92, 94. 

of Committees of the House of Com- 
mons, 9. 

on Education, 142. 

Medical, 93. 

on the Records, 9. 

- of Schoolbook Societies, 265. 
■ on Select Criminal Cases, 76. 
of Societies, 162. 

- on Vaccine Inoculation, 94. 
Repository of Hindoo Literature, 239. 
Reuvens (C.J. C.) Groote Steenen Red- 
der uit Java, 2. 

Reviews of Pamphlets, 162. 

Revolutions in Persia, 15. 

Rewizki( Baron) Litteraturgeschichte der 

Perser, 232. 
Rhenius, Evidences of Christianity, m 

Tamil, 20\. 

Tamil Grammar, 200. 

Rhode (J. G. ) Die Heilige Sage, 5. 

(J. G.) Mythologie der Hindus, 5. 

Rich (C. J.) Babylon, 2, 41. 

(C. J.) Residence in Koordistan, 


Richardson, Bengal Lit. Annual, 276. 
Richardson (D. L.) Literary Leaves, 281. 

(H.) Loss of the Tigris, 174. 

(Jo.) Arabic Grammar, 206. 

(Jo. ) Persian, &c. Dictionary, 222. 

(Jo.) Fauna Boreal i- Americana, 90. 

(J. G.) Trials, 281. 

(R.) Travels, 37. 

( W.) Catalogue of Stars, 85. 

Richter(C. F.) Arasciden-und Sassaniden, 

Dynastie, 7. 
Riclrards (R.) India ; or Facts on Govern- 
ment, &c., 78. 

(R.) Speech on the E. I. C.'s Char- 
ter, 26. 

Ricketts (J. W. ) Exercises on Irregular 

Verbs, in Telugu, 27 i. 
Rig- Veda Sanhita, 188, 194. 

Specimen cura F. Rosen, 188. 

Ring-Sakuntala, 188. 

Ripa (C.) Iconologia, 174. 

( Father) Residence at Peking, 60. 

Ritter, Die Stupas oder die Architect. 

Denkmale, 2. 

Neber Arabischen Dogmatiker, 219. 

Rituel des Tartares— Mantchoux, 251. 
RYtusanhara, 185. 

Road-making in India, Hints for, 281. 
Roberts (C.) Excerptae Rotulis, 10. 
— ^ (D.) Views in the Holy Land, 

(E.) Overland Journey, 41. 

— - (E.) Scenes, &c. of Hindostan, 54. 

(P.) Art of Correspondence, 162. 

(P.) History of the Cymry, 9. 

Robertson (W.) Hist. Disquisit. on India, 


Robinson (G.) Travels in Palestine, &c. 

(T.) Prayers, 162. 

rw.) Account of Assam, 54. 

(W.) Grammar of History, in Sans^ 

crit, 185. 

(W.) Malayan Orthography, 252. 

Robson (Fr.) Life of Hyder Ali, 65. 
Rochon (Abb6) Voyage to Madagascar, 

Rodiger (E.) die Himjaritischen Schrift- 

monumente, 2. 
Rodriguez (P.) Grammaire Japonaise, 248. 
Roebuck (T.) Annals of Fort Wm. Col- 

lege, 23. 

(T.) Hindostanee Dictionary, 236. 

(T.) Oriental Proverbs, 226. 

Roehrig (F. L. O.) Idiotismes de la 

Langue Turque, 2.34. 
— — (F. L.O.) de Turcarum Lingua, 234. 



Rogantaka Sara, 193. 
Rohilla and Mahratta War, in 1773-4, 21. 
Roman Tessellated Pavement, 162. 
Rooke (H.) Travels in Arabia Felix, 47. 
Roorda (T.) Javansche Woordenboek, 

Rope, Observations on a New, 162. 
Rosen (Fr.) Radices Sanscritae, 182. 

(Fr.) Specimen Rig. Vedae, 188. 

Rosenflor des Geheimnisses, 228. 
Rosenmuller (£. F. C.) Institut. Linguue 

Arabicse, 206. 
Rose (C.) Ueber die Muhammedaniscbe 

Religion, 281. 
Roshun Ulee, 206. 

Rosnel (P. de) le Mercure Indien, 281. 
Ross (Sir Jo.) Two Voyages, 63. 

(J.) On Steam Navigation, 97. 

Rtttger (E. H.) Hinter- Indien, 16a 
Rottler (J. P.) Tamil Dictionary, 200. 
Rotuli Chartanim, 11. 

Curis Regis, 11. 

- Hundredoram, 11. 

- Literarum Patentium, 11, 
^— Normannise 11. 

- de Oblatis et Finibus, 11. 

- Scotise, II. 

Selecti ad Res Anglicas, II. 

Rotulorum Patentium, 11. 

Rougemont (P. F. de) Historia Tartaro- 

Sinica, 30. 

Rouse (C. W. B.) On the Landed Pro- 
perty of Bengal, 78. 

Rousseau (S.) Persian Vocabulary, 222. 

Rowe (Mrs.) Hindee Spelling Book, 266. 

Rowlandson (M. J.) Arabic Quotations, 

- (M. J.) Rudiments of Nat Philo- 
sophy, in Persian, 225. 

Roxburgh (Wm.) Flora Indica, 88. 

- (W.) Hortus Bengalensis, 88. 

(W.) Coromandel Plants, 88. 

(W.) Substitutes for Hemp, &c., 


Roy (J. J. de) Voyagie na Borneo* 58. 
Royle (J. F.) Illustrations of Botany, 88. 

(J. F.) On Isinglass, 163. 

(J. F.) Productive Resources 

India, 7a 

Rudimens dela Langue Chinoise,241. 
Ruding (R.) Coinage of Gt. Britain, 6. 
Rufia al Shufi, 225. 
Rukat Abulfazl, 225. 

Alamgir, 2?5. 

I-Jami, 225. 

Rules and Regulations, Military, 96. 
Rumboldt (Sir Tho.) Letter to Proprie 

tors, 163. 
Rumphii (Geo. £.) Herbarium Amboi 

nese, 89. 
Rupees (List of) Current in Poona, 163. 
Ruphy (T. F.) Dictionnaire Arabe, 207. 
Ruppell (£.) Afrika-Zoologie, 90. 
Russell (A.) Nat. Hist, of Aleppo, 86. 

(M.^ View of Egypt, 13. 

(M.) Nubia and Abyssinia, 13. 

- (M.) Palestine, 15. 

(P.) Fishes of Coromandel, 91. 


Russell (P.) Indian Serpents, 90. 

(P.) On the Plague, 94. 

(W.) On Vaccination, 163. 

Russia, seu Moscovia, Tartaria, &c., 50. 

Position of, in the East, 79. 

- versus India, 163. 
Rymer (Tho.) Foedera, 11, 12. 

Sabine (£.) Days of Magnetical Disturb- 
ances, 84. 

(£.) Expedition to the Polar Sea, 


(E.) On the Figure of the Earth, 97. 

Sacy (Baron S. de) Antiq. de la Perse, 6. 

- (Baron S. de) Biblioth^ue, 103. 

(Baron S. de) Chrestomathie Arabe, 


(Baron S. de) Grammaire Arabe, 


(Baron S. de) Expos^ de la Religion 

des Druzes, 281. 

(Baron S. de) Sur Flnscript. a 

Rosette, 2. 

Sadananda Parivrdjach&ryya Ved^nta S^, 

Sadi, Kulyat, or Works, in Persian^ 225. 

Boostaun, 225. 

Gulistan, 225, 228, 230, 231. 

— — Rosarium Politicum, 228. 

Rosengarten, 230. 

- Vier Lustgange, 230. 
— — des Weisen Persers, 230. 

Sadik Ispahani, Geograp. Works, 33, 

Sahitya Derpana, 185. 

Sailing Directions, 97. 

Sainthill (Ric.) Olla Podrida, 174. 

Sair Mutakadamin,237. 

Sakontala, 190, 191. 

Sale (Lady) Disasters in Affghanistan, 

Salisbury (E. E.) Upon Arabic and Sans- 
krit Literature, 219. 

Salt (H.) Views in India, Abyssinia, &C9 

(H.) Voyage to Abyssinia, 45. 

Samachscharis Goldene Halsbftnder, 218. 

Sama und Atharva-Veda, Vrihadareny- 
akam, 191. 

Veda, Cena Upanishad, 186. 

Veda Sanhita, 18a 

Samuel (J. ) Sermon in Hebrew, 163. 

(J.) Narrative in Persia, 163. 

Sancara, sive de Tbeolog. Vedanticorum, 

Sandwich (Earl) Voyage, 38. 
Sandys (G.) Travels, 38. 
Sangermano (Father) Burmese Empire, 

Sanhit^ of the Sama Veda, 188. 
Sdnkhya K^rik& and Bhashya, 191. 
Sankokf Tsou Ram To Sets, 245. 
San Roman (A. de) Hist. Gen. de 1* India 

Orient., 23. 
Sanscrit Grammars and Xtsxicohgyf 181, 


Texts, 183. 

Texts, with Translations, 187. 



Sanscrit, Translations from, 189. 


JSan-yii-Low, or the Three Dedicated 

Rooms, 246, 
Saptasatika, 193. 
Sarf- I.Urdu, 235. 
Satara (Rajah of) Letters, 163. 

Papers, 113. 

Satya Sthapana, 185. 

Sauer (M.) Voyage de Com. Billings, 62. 
^vage (H.) The Anatomist, 91. 

(Wm.) On Decorative Printing, 


Savary, Grammaire ArabC} 206. 
Savignac and Pearson, Asiatic Museum, 

Sawitri eine Indische Dichtung, 191. 
Sayer (C.) On the Company's Aflfiairs, 

Scales of Premium for Life Annuities, 

Scapulae (J.) Lexicon, 101. 
Schalch (E. V.) Arabic Selections, 210. 
Schlegel (A. W.) Essais Litt6raires et 

Hist. 174. 

-: (A. w!) Indische Bibliothek, 123. 

(A.W.) Sur I'Etude des Lang. 

Asiatiques, 180. 

(A. W.) Typographia Indica, 

Schleiermacher (A. A. E.) de Tlnfluence 

del'Ecriture, 252. 
Schmid (B.) English Grammar for Tamu- 

lians, 270. 
Schmidt (J.J.) Gnostisch'theosop. Leh- 

ren, 5. 

(J. J. ) Mongolisch Grammatik, 249. 

(J. J.) Mongolisch W5rterbuch,249. 

(J. J.) Tibetischen Grammatik, 249. 

(J. J.) Tibetisch., &c., Wbrterbuch, 


Schnurer (D, C. F.) Bibliotheca Arabica, 

Scholar's Assistant, in Goojratee, 198. 
Scholarships, Oriental Department, 163. 
Schools in India, 163. 
Schott (W.) Ver>uch ueber die Tartar- 

ischen Sprache, 249. 
(W.) Verzeichniss der Bibliothek zu 

Berlin, 103. 

(W.) Vocabularium Sinicum, 241. 

(W.) Vorgebliche Uebersetzung der 

Werke des Confucius, 248. 
^houten (G.) Voiage auz Indes Orien- 

tales, 54. 
Schroeter (F. C. G.) Boutan Dictionary 

and Grammar, 249. 
Science, 83. 
Scinde Policy, 163. 
Scotland, Documents lUust of, 10. 
Scot (Wm.) Report on the Cholera, 94. 
Scott (C. R.) Rambles in Egypt, 44. 

(J.) History of Dekkan, 23. 

(J.) On the East India College, 


— (J.) Tales and Anecdotes, 218. 

— (J. L. ) Imprisonment in China, 60. 

— (Major J.) Letters, Reviews, and 
Tracts, 163, 164. 

Scott (Sir W.) Life of Napoleon, 67. 
Scrafton (L.) Reflections, 2 3 . 

(L.) On Vansittart's Narrative, 164. 

Scriptorum Arabum de Rebus Indicis, 


Scripture History, in Tdugn, 271. 

Seale(R. F.) Geognosy of St Helena, 86. 

Searle (C.) On the Cholera, 94. 

Seel (H.) Mythrageheimnisse, 5. 

Seely (J. B.) Wonders of Elora, 54. 

Seir-Mutakherin, a History of India, 231. 

ool Mutakherin, 19, 225. 

Sekander Nama, 225. 

Selections from English and Bengalee, 
in Persian, 225. 

Selkirk (J.) Recollections of Ceylon, 57. 

Semmedo (A.) Imperio de la China, 30, 

Sentences, Proverbs, &c. from the Hin* 
dustani, 239. 

Sermons, in Telugu, 203. 

Shah Namah, 231. 

Shah Namu, 225, 226. 

Shajrat ul Atrak, 13, 234. 

Shakespeare (H.) Civil Justice Regula- 
tions, in Persian, 226. 

Shakespear (J.) Hindustani Dictionary, 

(J.J Hindustani Grammar, 235. 

(J.) Muntakhabat-I-Hindi, or Selec- 
tions in Hindustani, 238. 

Sharafiya, 210. 
Sharah Alfiya, 210. 

Bostan, 226. 

Gulistan, 226. 

Sipahie Sadet, 212. 

Wakaiya, 210. 

Sharastani, Book of Sects, in Arabic, 211. 

Sharaya ool Islam, 21 1. 

Shaw (T.) Travels in Barbnry, &c., 42. 

(Wm.) Authenticity of Ossian's 

Poems, 164. 

Sheikh Nizam, Fatawa Alemgiri, 209. 
Shentantivakaram, 201. 
Shereb Al Tahzib, 211. 

Isagoji, 211. 

WakaiaNisfi, 211. 

Sheridan (II. B.) Comparative Statement, 

Sherson and Others, Case of, 164. 
Sherwood (Mrs.) Little Henry, 164. 
Shigurf Namah-I-Vela6t, 238. 
Shipp (J.) Memoirs, 67. 

(J.) Military Bijou, 174. 

Ships, Tracts on, 164, 165. 

Shoolbred (J.) Report on Vaccine Ino- 
culation, 94, 165. 

Shooulue Ishq, 238. 

Shore (Hon. F.J.) Notes on Indian Af- 
fairs. 24. 

Short (M.) On Oil of the Croton Ti- 
glium, 165. 

Shortrede (R.) Logarithmic Tables, 85. 

Shuekh Uhmud ool Yumunee, Nufhut- 
ool-Yumun, 210. 

Ul Ujabool Oojab,211. 

Shums-ood-deen Fukeer, Had&yik ul Ba- 

laghat, 223. 
-ool-Loghat, 222. 



Shurtioo Mint Amil, 206. 
Shurhool Usbab wul Ulamat, 211. 
Shurreff, Qanoon-e-Islam, 54, 239. 
Siam, History of, 27. 

Voyages and Travels in, 56. 

Siamese Grammars, 251. 
Siao-ul Hio oder Lun, 245. 
Siddanta Kaumudi, 182. 
Siebold (P. Fr.) Nippon, 61. 

(P. Fr.) Voyage au Japon, 61. 

et Hoffmanni, Bibliotheca Japonica, 

Sigmond (G. G.) On Tea, 94. 
Sihr-ooUBuyan, 238. 
Silks, Tracts on, 165. 
Singapore and Macao (Views in), 71. 
Sinclair (Sir J.) Code of Agriculture, 89. 
Sindhi Grammars, 239. 
Sinensis Imperii Libri Classici, 245. 
Singapore Institution, 165. 
Singhdsan Battisi, 193, 198. 
Sinnott (J.) Military Catechism, 96. 
Siraj-al-din AU Khan, Rufia al Shufi, 

Sirajiya, 211. 
Sisupala Badha, 185. 
Sketches of India, 51. 
Skinner (Jos.) Adventures, 41. 

(Jos.) Excursions in India, 54. 

Skynner(W. A.) Directions, 165. 
Slade (J.) On Trade in Canton, 165. 
Sleeman (W. H.) Ramaseeana, a Voca- 
bulary of the Thugs, 281. 

(W. H.) Rambles, &c., 55. 

^ H.) 


On the Thugs, 281. 

Small Pox, a Treatise on, in Persian, 232. 
Smith (C.) English Atlas, 35. 

(C.) General Atlas, 35. 

(J. T.) Antiq. of Westminster, 71. 

(L. F.) Rise, &c. of the Regular 

Corps. 26. 

(L. F.) Sketch of Regular Troops, 


— (N.) State of the East- India Com- 
pany, 165. 

— (R.) Views in Prince of Wales 

Island, 71. 

— On the Commerce of the E.I. Com- 
pany, 165. 

— On the Debt of the Nation, 166. 

— On East-India Shipping, 165. 
Reports of the Corps of Engineers, 


Speech on Jurisdiction in Bengal, 


Smriti Chandrika, 201. 
Smyth (W. C.) Hindustanee Dictionary, 

(W. C.) Hindoostanee Interpreter, 


(W. H.) On Halley's Comet, 166. 

Snodgrass (Major) Burmese War, 27. 
Societe Asiatique de Paris, Journal Asia- 
tique, 119. 

Ethnologique, Memoires de, 119, 

Society for Encouragement of Arts, &c.. 

Transactions of, 119. 

in India, 55. 

Sojutii Liber de Intcrp. Korani, 211. 

Solar System, Account of, tJi Hmdusiani, 

Soldier's Manual, ra theNagari Charader, 

Solvyn (F. B.) Manners and Customs of 

the Hindoos, 71, 72. 
Somadeva, Katha Sarit Sagara, 187. 
Somadeva, Mfthrchensammlung, 190. 
Sommers(Lord) Collection of Tracts, 166. 
Sonnini (C. S.) Travels in Egypt, 44. 
Sonnerat (M. P.) Voyage to the Spice 

Islands, 58. 
Soobah Sing's Spirited Remonstrance, 232. 
Soohrab, a Poem, 228. 
Soondur Kubeesbwur, Singhasun Buttee- 

see, 193. 
Soorah, an Arabic Dictionary explained 

in Persian, 207. 
Souciet (P. E.) Observat. Mathemat. 

des livres Chinois, 246. 
South Carolina and Georgia^ Accounts o^ 

Southack (C.) Atlas, 35. 
South Sea and Australian Voyages, 63. 
South Sea Company, Inventory of their 

Lands, &c., 175. 
Specimens of Popular Poetry of Persia, 


of the Zund and Puhluwee Lan- 
guage, 240. 

Spelling-book, in Malayalam, 204. 

in TamU,210, 

Spencer (E.) Travels in Circassia, 50. 

(Bp. G. B.) Sermons, 166. 

Spix et Martins, Reise in Brasilien, 62. 

Spring ( F. ) Malayalim Grammar, ^)4. 

Spriiche des Bhartrihari, 191. 

Spry (H. H.) Modem India, 24. 

(H. H.) On the Cultivation of 

Plants, 89. 

Ssufismus, cura Tholuck, 5. 

Stair (Earl of) On Government's Inter- 
ference, 166. 

Standing Orders and Regulations, 1810 to 
1819, 166. 

Stanhope (Earl) Addresses, 166. 

State of British Interest in India, 166. 

Statistics and Finance, 77. 

Statutes at Large and of the Realm, 73. 

Statute and Common Law, 73. 

Statutes, &c., of the East-India Company, 

of the East-India College, 75. 

Staunton (Sir G. T.) Acct of the Em- 
bassy to China, 60. 

(Sir G. T.) Memoir of the Life and 

Family of Sir G. L. Staunton, 67. 
(Sir G. T.) Notices relating to 

China, 246. 

(Sir G. T.) Occurrences at Pekin, 

Stavorinus (Jo. S.) Voyages to the East 

Indies, 55» 
Steam to India, Tracts on, 166. 
Stent (W. D.) Egypt and tlie Holy Land, 

Stephenson (Arch.) On the Culture of 

Silk, 166. 
Steuart (Genl.) Ladies' Monitor, 282. 



Stevens (J.) History of Persia, 15. 

(R.) On the East-India Trade, 82. 

Stevenson (J. W.) Murathee Grammar, 

(J. W.) Catechism of Geog., in 

Telugu, 271. 
Stewart (Chas.) Catalogue of Tippoo 

Sultan*s Library, 231. 
(Chas.) Introd. to the Anwari 

Soohyly, 231. 

(Chas.) Original Persian Letters, 


(C. J.) History of Bengal, 24. 

— (D.) Arabic Grammar, 207. 

— (Sir J.) On the Coin of Bengal, 

— (M. ) On the Policy of the Govern- 
ment of India, 166. 

— Historical Anecdotes, 266. 
Oopodes-Cotha, 268. 

St. Helena, Description of, 43. 

Stibbert (Maj. G.) His Case, 166. 

St. Marc (L. de) Du Government de 

rinde, 163. 
St Martin (M. J.) Histoire D*Arm6nie, 


(M. J.) Memoires sur TArm^nie, 

16, 254. 

Stoddart (Col.) and Conolly, Appeal in 
behalf of, 145. 

(J.) Account of Wootz, or Indian 

Steel, 166. 

Stockdale's (F. W. L.) Excursions in 

Cornwall, 38. 
Stocqueler (J. H.) Affghanistan, 17. 

(J. H.) Hand Book, 39. 

Storey (Maj. J.) Court- Martial on, 166. 
Stow (Baron) on Primitive Missions, 166. 
Strachan (J. M.) On the Superstitious 

Customs, &c. of India, 167. 
Strachey (H.) Mutiny of the Army in 
Bengal, 24. 

(H.) Narrative of the Mutiny in 

1766, 167. 

Strahlenberg (P.J.) Descrip. of Russia, 
Siberia, &c., 180. 

(P. J.) Vocabulary of Tartar Lan- 
guages, 180. 

Straith (H.) On Fortification, 96. 
Strange (Sir T.) Elements of Hindu Law, 

(T. A.) Notes of Cases, 77. 

Stratton (Geo.) Defence of, 167. 
Struys rJ.) Voyages to Japan, 61. 
Stuart (A.) Letter to the Court of Di- 
rectors, 167. 

Stuhr (P. F.) Relig. Systeme der Heid- 
nischen, 5. 

(P. F.) Untersuchungen, 2. 

Subha Bilas, 193. 

Subhat-ul- Abrar, 226. 
Sudraka Rdjd Mrichchakati, 184, 
Sugar, Tracts on, 167. 
Sullivan (J.) On the Circar of Masulipa- 
tam, 282. 

(J.) Speech on the Ameers of Suide, 


- (L.) Letter to the Proprietors, 167. 

Sullivan (R. J.) Analysis of the Hist, of 
India, 24. 

Plan, and Defence of, 167. 

Sumatra, History of, 28. 

Tracts on. 167. 

Sunday, Rules for the Observance of, m 

Malay, 252. 
Siindflut, Episoden des Mah&bhdrata, 191. 
Supplement^ 276. 
Surat, The Company's Investment at, 

Surgery, 91. 
Susruta Ayurveda, 191. 
Su'sruta, 185. 
Sutherland (Lieut. Col.) Report on the 

Khalsa Villages, 55. 
Sutton (A.) Ooriya Grammar, 197. 
Swarbeck (S. D.) Sketches in Scotland, 

Sydney, Passage from, through Torres 

Straits, 167. 
Sykes (Col. W. H.) On Atmospheric 

Tides, 84. 


rw. H.) Geology of Dukhun, 87. 
(W. H.) Land Tenures of Dekkan, 

(W. H.) Notes on Ancient India^ 

(W. H.) On the Fishes of the Duk.* 
hun, 91. 

(W. H.) On the Fossils at Cutcb, 





(W. H.) On the Increase of Wealth, 
(W. H.) On the Quails, &c. of India, 

(W. H.) Statistics of Dukhun, 79. 

(W. H.) Statistics of India, &c., 167. 

Symes (M.) Embassy to Ava, 56. 
Symonds (A. R.) Geog. and Hist, of 

India, 33. 
Symson (W.) Voyage to the East Indies, 

Syriac Grammars, 253. 

Texts and Translations, 253, 254. 

Szafieddini Hellensis ad Sulthanum El- 

melik, 215. 

Taberd (J. L.) Dictionarium Anamitico- 

Latinum, 251. 
Taberistanensis, Annales, 216. 
Tables of Revenue, Population, &c., 79. 

Of the Results of Diseases, 94. 

On Trade. &c., 82. 

Tachard (G.) Voyage de Slam, 56. 
Tachin-Uddin, les Adventures de Kam- 

rup, 239. 
Tafsir Munadiya, 238. 
Sura Bakra, 211. 

Surah Fatiha, 226. 

Tabarik-al-lazi, 226. 

Td Hio, ou le Grande Etude, 245. 
Taki-eddin-Ahmed-Makrizi, Histoire des 
Sultans Mamlouks, 217. 

Makrizii Hist. Coptorum, 216. 

Almakrizi Tractatus, 211. 

Takyoddini Makrizii Narratio, 216. 



Taleef Sbereef. 238. 
Taleem Namuh, 238. 
Tales and Anecdotes from the Arabic, 218. 
Tamil DicHonariea and Grammars, 198, 

Texts, 200. 

with Translations, 202. 

- Expositor, 200. 
Tamul Grammar, 200. 

Tanchumi Comment Arab, in Lamenta- 
tiones, 211. 

— — - Arab, ad Librorum Samuelis et Re- 
gum, 216. 

Tanjavanakonava, 201. 

Tanjore (Raja of) Disputes, 26. 

Tao-Te-King, de Lao Tseu, 246. 

Tarachand Chukruburtee, 267. 

Tarjamah-I-Fatavi Alamgiri, 226. 

Tartaria, Comment Topographica, 50. 

Tartam, History of, 16, 

- Travels in, 50, 

Tassin (J. B.) School Atlas, 274. 
Tassy (G. de) Hist, de la Litt^rat. Hin- 
doui, 24. 

- (G. de) Rudimens Hindoustani, 

-^— (G. de) Sur les Fdtes des Hindous, 

- (G. de) Sur le M6trique des Arabes, 

(G. de) Sur la Religion Musulmane 

dans rinde, 239. 

Ta-Tsing Leu Lee; the Penal Code of 

China, 77, 245. 
Tausend und eine Nacht Arabisch, 211. 
Tavemier (J. B.) Travels, 38. 
Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliee et Wallise, 

Tayamanasa Vamicam, 201, 204. 
Taylor (Jas.) Topography of Dacca, 33. 

(J.) Travels to India, 41. 

(Jos. ) Hindostanee Dictionary, 236. 

(T. G.) Astronomical Observations, 


(T. G.) Catalogue of Stars, 85. 

(T. G.) Meteorological Register, 

(T. J.) Polymetrical Tables, 50. 

— (W.) Affghanistan, 49. 

— and Caldecott, on Terrestrial Mag- 
netic Force in S. India, 168. 

— (P. M.) Sketches in the Deccan, 

— (Mrs.^ Lunar Tables, 98. 

— (Mrs.) Navigation, 98. 

— (Serjt. Major) Life in the Ranks, 

— (Wm.) Exam, of the Mackenzie 
MSS.. 104. 

(W. C.) Popular Hist of India, &c.. 


Tchoubiuof (D.) Dictionnaire Georgien, 

Tea, Cultivation of, 89. 

Tracts on, 168. 

Teignmouth (Lord) Life of Sir W. Jones, 

(Lord) Practicability of Communi- 

cating the Knowledge of Christianity, 

Teif^nmouth (Lord) Life and Corresp. of, 

Telescope (The), 123. 
Teloogoo Drill, 203. 
Teiugu Dictionaries and Grammars, 202.. 

Texts, 203. 

tvith Translations, 203. 

Temperance, Reports and Tracts on, 168. 
Tenche (N.) Animadversions, 168. 
Tennant (Wm.) Indian Recreations, 282. 
Teroovercaudoo Soobroya Modelliar, Ta- 
mil Expositor, 200. 

Teru Oakadu Subroyam Vinnapattiram, 

Terry (Edw.) Thanksgiving Sermon, 168. 

Teschemacher (J. R.) Tables for Arbitra- 
tion, 80. 

Testa de Nevill, 12. 

Testaments (New) in Various Languag««> 
257 to 264. 

Texeira (Pet.) Travels, 41. 

Tezkereh al Vakiat, 231. 

Thaten Bogda Gesser Chans, 250. 

Th6&tre Chinois, 246. 

Thelwall(A. S.) on the Opiufn Trade, 82. 

Theology, addressed to Uie Hindoos, in 
Canarese, 204. 

Thevenot, Recueil de Voyages, 60. 

Tholuck (F. A. D.) Ssufismus, 5. 

Thomas (J. F.) Notes on Famine, 168. 

Thompson (G.) Southern Africa, 43. 

(G. A.) Alcedo, 32. 

(J.) On the Trade with China, 82. 

(J. T.) Oordoo Dictionary, 272. 

Thomson (Thos.) Chemistry, 9^ 
Thorbecke (J. R.) Dissertatio Medica, 


Thorn (Wm.) Conquest of Java, 28. 

(W.) Mem. of Lord Lake's Cam- 
paigns, 24. 

Thornton (E.) Gazetteer, 33. 

(E.) Hist of British India, 24. 

(E.) India, its State and Prospects, 


(T.) East- India Calculator, 81. 

(T.) History of China, 31. 

(T.) On Trade with India, 82. 

(T.) State of Turkey. 39. 

(W.) Indian Recreations, 282. 

Thugs, History of the, 24. 

- Report of their Depredations and 
Vocabulary of their Words, 281. 

Thiinberg (C. P.) Flora Japonica, 89. 
Tibetan Grammars and Dictionaries, 249. 

ivith Translations, 249. 

Tibeh Ukbar, 226. 
Tibet, History of, 27. 

Travds in, 55. 

Tiemey (Geo.) Speeches, 168. 
Tieffenthaler, Descript de Tlnde, 33. 
Timour, or Tamerlane's Institutes, 228. • 
Timur (The Emperor) his Autobiogra^ 

phical Memoir, 67. 

Memoirs of, 230. 

Timkowski (Geo.) Travels to China, 60. 
Tindal und Swart, Verhandelingen, 28. 



Tippoo Sultan, Catalogue of his Library, 

Memoirs o^ 66, 68. 

Select Letters, 231. 

History of his Reign, 229. 

Tiricadukam, 201. 
TirukunaimuJamuin, 201. 
Tirumantram, 201. 
TirumantrikiJ, 201. 
Tiruppadi Tlruppukazh, 201. 
Tiruvaehacam, 201. 
Univadiver Puranam. 201. 
Tiruvalluvar, 201 . 

Tinivelei Adal Puranam, 201. 
Titsingh (M. ) C^r^monies usit^es au Ja- 
pon, 31. 

(M.) Illustrations of Japan, 31. 

Tod (Jas.) Rajast*ban, 24. 

- (Jas.) Travels in Western India, 55. 
Togari Poema, 216. 
Tohfut-ul-Mujahideen, 218. 

Tolfrey ( W.) Events in Ceylon, 168. 
Tomb (J. W.) On Manicheism, 169. 
Tong-Kien Kang Mou, Histoire G6n6rale 

de la Chine, 29, 244. 
Toorab Alee, Wasit al Nahu, 207. 
Tooti Nameh, 228. 
Tota Kuhanee, or Toote Namu, in Hin- 

dustanh 238. 

Itihas, 196. 

Tour through Upper Hindostan, 55. 
Tracts, Educational, in BenaaUe, 267, 268. 
— * and Missionary, tn Hiahratta, 269. 
'— and Missionary, in TamU, 270. 

- and Missionary, m Telugu, 271. 
Miscellaneous^ 123. 

Missionary, &c., in Canarese^ 271. 

- Missionary, &c., tn Malay, 273. 

Missionary, tn Malay aHm^ 271. 

Trade and Commerce, 81. 

with India, 82. 

Transactions of Learned Societies, 117. 

in India, 1756, &c., 20. 

Transits and Right Ascensions, 84. 

— — of Venus over the disc of the Sun, 

Translations from the Chinese, by Morri- 
son, 246. 

Trant, Two Years in Ava, 56. 

Tratato Sobre a Oracao, 275. 

Travels in Various Parts, 36. 

Trevelyan (C. E.) On Education, 282. 

(C. E.) Papers from India, 169. 

Trevor (Geo.) Sermons, 169, 175. 
Trial of G. Stratton and others, 169. 
Trifler(The) 12a 
Trigonometry, A Treatise on, 169. 
Trikanda Sesha, 182. 
Trikonamiti, 198. 

Truilhier, Route de Tehran, 33. 
Tsen-sse, L'Invariable Milieu, 243. 
Tsi&n Dsu Wdn, Mille Literse Ideogra- 

phics, 243. 
Tucker (Hen. St. Geo.) Financial Situat. 

of the East- India Company, 79. 

(H. St. G.) On the Plans of Fi- 
nance, 169. 

Tuckett (H.) Indian Revenue System, 

Tuckey (J. H.) Maritime Geog., 33. 
Tujnees ool Loghat, 222, 27a 
Tulagee — Angria, History of, 68. 
TuUberg (O. F.) Nagra Anm&rkningar, 

Turner (S.) Embassy to Tibet, 55. 
Turkey. History of, 12. 

Travels in, 38. 

Turkish Dictionaries and Grammars, 232. 

Texts, 233. 

with Translations, 23a 

Translations from, 233. 

Turselini (H.) Hist, de la Entrada dela 
Christiandad en el Japon, &c., 31. 

(H.) Vida de San Fr. Xavier, 31. 

Twining (Ric.) Tracts on Tea, the Com- 
pany's Charter, &c., 169. 

(Thos.) On Interfering in the Reli- 
gious Opinions of the Natives of India, 

(Wm.) Clinical Illustrations, 94, 

(W.) Account of Epidemic Cholera, 


Tyschen (O. G.) Abbreviat. Hebraicarum 
et Opuscula, 282. 

(O. G.) De Cuneatis Inscript, 2. 

(O. G.) Grammatik der Arabischen, 


(O. G.) Res Numaria Muhammed,6. 

Tytler (A. F.) Political State of India, 79. 

(J.) Memorial, 169. 

(R.) Ancient Geography, 34. 

Elements of General History, tn 

Hindustani, 238. 

Uboo-Uli Ebn Sena, Ooijoozeb, 210. 
Ukhlaqi Hindee, or Indian Ethics, 231. 
Ulfoz Udwieyh, the Materia Medica, 180. 
Ulug Beigi Epochae Celebriores, 216. 
UlUjabool Oojab, 211. 
Umanut Oollah (Maulavi) Sarf-I-Urdu, 

Umeer Khoosro, Akhlak Mohsani, 222. 

Laila-wa-Majnun, 224. 

Unitarian Repository, 169. 

Universal History, Introduction to, 275. 

Time-piece, 169. 

Unwari Soheilee, 226. 

Upham (E.) History of Budhism, 5. 

(E.) Mahlivansi, &c.,205. 

Urquhart (D.) La Crise, 169. 

(D.) The Edinburgh Review and 

the AflFghan War, 170. 
Uruz, 226. 

Urwasi und der Held, 191. 
Usbome (T. H.) Guide to the Levant, 39. 
Usko (J. F.) Travels and Life, 170. 
Uttara R4ma Cherita, 185. 

Vacani (C.) Storia delle Caropagne, 12. 
Vaccination, A Treatise on, tn Chinese, 

Vadaraja, Laghu Kaumudi, 181. 
Vaillant (J. F.) Arsacidarum Imp., 6. 




Vakkundana, 801. 

Valentia (Visct) Voyages and Travels, 

Vallancey (Chas.) Prospectus of a Dic- 
tionary, 101. 

Valmeeki, Raniayuna, 188, 190, 193, 196. 

Valle.— Sec Pietro della Valle. 

Valmici, Ramayuna, 185, 190. 

Valor Ecclesiasticus, 12. 

Van-Braam (A. E.) Voyage, 60, 61. 

Vannangel, 201. 

Vansittart, Letter, Narrative, and Defence, 

(Hen.) Transact in Bengal, 24. 

Vassu Charitra, 20a 

Vaughan (W.) Narrative, 58. 
Vayrakkiya Satakain,201. 

Tipam, 201. 

Vedam (L'Ezour), 189. 
Vedlmta Sdra, 185. 
Vedavigarper Diccaram, 201. 
Vedavuttaranadiraddi, 202. 
Veds, The. — See Rammohun Roy, 
Venoana, 203. 

Venididad Sade, 240. 

Venkikonava, 202. 

Verbiesti (F.) Astronomia Europsea, 248. 

Verelst (H.) State of his Case, 170. 

Vermeulen ( G.) Voyage naar Oost-Indien, 

Vetala Fanchavinsati, 193. 
Vetch (Jas.) On Ship Navigation between 

the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, 170. 
Veth (P. J.) Dissertat de Institutis 

Arab. Literariis, 219. 
Verzeichniss der Bibliothek zu Berlin, 103. 

der Bibliothek zu Tubingen, 104. 

Viaggi fatta da Vinetia, in Persia, &c., 48. 
Vidvunmoda-Taranginee, 188. 
Vieland (M.) Le Mirror d*Or, 282. 
Views in Singapore and Macao, 71. 
Vieyra (Ant.) Portuguese Dictionary, 101. 

(Ant) Brevis Arab. Ling., 180. 

Vigne (G. T.) Ghuzni, Cabul, &c., 49. 

Travels in Kashmir, &c., 55. 

Vihari Lai, Saptasatika, 193. 
Vijaganita, 186. 

Vijn^neswara, Mitakshara, 184. 
Vikraroarka, 2031. 
Vikramorvasi, 186. 

Vincent (Wm.) Nearchus, 34. 

(Wm.) Periplus, 34. 

— — - (Wm.) Commerce of the Ancients, 

Vincent le Blanc's Voyages and Travels, 

Vindication of the Dutch E. I. Company, 

Vindiciae Sexamporianae, 170. 
Vinnapattiram, 202. 
Virali Vedu Toodo, 202. 
Vira Mitrodaya, 186. 
Visakha Datta, Mudra Rakshasa, 184. 
Visconti (E. Q.) Iconographie Grecque, 

Vishnu Pur^a, 191. 

Visiting Society Bombay, Report of, 170. 
Visscher (J. C.) Kust van Mallabaar, 34. 

Viswanath Kavir&ja, Sahitya Denmna, 

VivMa Chintamani, 186. 
Vocabulary of the Banna, Mal&ya, c. 

Languages, 180. 

Bengalese, Eng. and Uriya, 197. 

of Chinese Words, &c, 24S. 

Eng. and Persian, 222. 

of the Hok-Keen Dialect, 248. 

of the Japanese Language, 248. 

Volney (C. F.) Simplificat des Langues 

Orient, 180. 
Vopadeva Dhatu P&tha, 183. 

Mugdhuboodha, 181. 

Vox Populi Vox Dei, Lord We3rmouth*s 

Appeal, 170. 
Voyage to the East Indies in 1747, 55. 
Voyages round the World, 36. 

and Travels, 31. 

and Travds, CoUectionsof,35. 

d*un Missionnaire en Turquie, 46. 

— — of the Dutch E. I. Company, 38. 
Vries (S. de) Aanmerlyke Reysen, 55. 
Vrihadaranyaakam, K^thakam, 191. 
VuJler (J. A.) Institut Ling..Persicae, 

(J. G.) Cbrestomathia Schahna- 

miana, 226. 
Vyasa, Mahabh4rata, 184. 
Vyavah&ra Tatwa, 186. 

Tatwa Mala, 186. 

Vyuvuhiuru Muyookhu, 191. 

Waddington (a F.) Oriental Exposition, 

Waghom (Tho.) On the Acceleration of 

the India Mails, 170. 

(Tho.) Overland Journ^, 41, 170. 

Wakhoucht, Descript. de la Georgie, 256. 
Wales (J.) Views m Bombay, 72. 
Wall, ses CEuvres en HindusUmi^ 238. 
Wallace (R. G.) Memoirs of India, 24. 
Wallich (N. ) Plantse Asiaticse Rariore8,89. 

(N.^ Flora Napalensis, 89. 

Walpole (H. D.) Overseer's Vade Mecum, 


(R.) Travels, 39. 

Walsh (R.) Constantinople, 39. 

(T.) Journal in Egypt, 44. 

Walton (Jas. F.) Views in Aflkhanistan, 

Waltoni (B.) Introd. ad Lect Ling. 
Orient, 180. 

Wamik und Asra, 231. 

War, a Review of the Custom of, 170. 

Ward (N. B.) On the Growth of Plants, 

(Wm.) Farewell Letters, 282. 

(Wm.) Hindoo Literature, 5, 24. 

Warden (D. B.) Account of the United 
States, 31. 

(F.) On the Land Tenures of Bom- 
bay, 170. 

(F.) Letters firom St Helena, 67. 

Waring (E. Scott) Hist of the Mahrattas 


(E. Scott) Tour to Sheeraz, 48. 



Waring (Major S.) Letters, Remarks, 

and Tracts, 170, 171. 
Warren (jComte £.) L*Inde Ang]aise, 55. 

(S) The Opium Question, 171. 

(Jo.) Kala Sankalita,?. 

Wasit al Nahu, 207. 

Wathen (G. H.) Arts, &c. of Ancient 
Egypt, 3. 

(J.) Voyage to China, 61. 

(W. H.) Sindhi Grammar, &c., 239. 

Watson (Major) On the Docks in Bengal, 

Watts (Jas.) Scripture History, in Ma- 

layalim, 271. 
(Jas.) Scripture History, in Tamils 

Weavers, An Answer to their Case, 171. 
Webb (B.) Patent Polar Watches, 171. 
— — (J. ) On the Language of China, 241. 
Weddell(Jas.) Voyage to the South Pole, 

Weekly Examiner, 123. 

Intelligencer, 123. 

Weil (G.) Hist. Krit Einleitung in den 
Koran, 219. 

(G.) Mohammed sein Leben, 68. 

Wellesley (Marquis) Dispatches, 25. 

(Marq.) Hist. 0^ and Transactions 

in India, 171. 

(Marq.) Letters, 171. 

(Marq.) Notes on the Mahnitta 

War, 25. 

(Marq.) Vindicat. of the Wars in 

Hindostan, &c., 25. 

Wellington (Lord) Despatches, 9. 
Wellsted (J. R.) Travels in Arabia, 47. 
Welsh (J. ) Military Reminiscences, 56. 
Weltden (Capt. H.) Narrative, 171. 
Westergaard, Radices Ling. Sanscritae, 

Westmacott (G E.) Indian Commerce 

and Russian Intrigue, 171. 
Westminster Review, 123. 
Weston (Steph.) Aphorisms, in Arabic^ 


- (S.) Conformity of Languages, 99. 

(S.) Remains of Arabic, &c.,207. 

(S.) Wemeira, 87. 

Westwood (J. O.) Arcana Entomologica, 

Wetzstein(J. G.) Samachscharii Lexicon, 

Weyland (J.) Letter to Sir H. Inglis, 171. 
Weymouth (Lord) Appeal, 171. 

(Lord) Appeal considered, 170. 

Wheatley (J.) On the Theory of Money, 

Whewell (Wm.) On Tides, 171. 
Whiston, Merchants* Weekly Rememb., 

White (C.) Constantinople, 39. 

(Geo.) Tracts on Trade and East- 
India Affairs, 171, 172. 

(G. F.) Views in India, 72. 

— ; — (J) Voyage to Cochin China, 56. 
•^ — (Sam.) Case, and Abstract of his 

AflFairs, 172. 

(W.) On Cholera, 94. 

White (W.) On the Quarantine Laws, 94. 

(W) Letter on Justice in India, 172. 

-^ (W.) Mirza Kirwan Jah, or the 

King of Oude in Chains, 282. 

(W.) Murdered King of Oude, 172. 

(W.) Prince of Oude, 282. 

Whowe11(T.) Analogy of the Old and 

New Testaments, 175. 
Wight (R.) Icones Plantarum, 89. 

(R.) lUustrat of Indian Botany, 


(R.) and Amott, Prodromus, 89. 

Wilberforce (W.) Speeches, 172. 
Wilbraham (R.) Travels, 62. 
Wilcodse (S. H.) Dutch Dictionary, 100. 
Wilde et Roorda, Nederduitsch-Maieisch 

Woordenboek, 252. 
Wilken(Fr.) Geschichte der Bibliothek 

zu Berlin, 104. 
Wilkie (Sir D.) Sketches in Turkey, &c., 

Wilkins (SirC.) Glossary of Oriental 

Terms, 112. 

(C.) Sanscrit Grammar, 182. 

(C.) Sanscrit Radicals, 182. 

Wilkinson (£.) Commercial Annual, 82. 
(Sir G.) Ancient Egjrptians. 3. 

(R.) Sermon on the Cruelties at 

Amboyna, 172. 

Wilks (J.) Speech on Warren Hastings^s 
Impeachment, 172. 

rM.) South India, 25. 

(M.) Government of Mysore, 79. 

Willard (Capt.) On the Music of Hin- 

doostan, 282. 
Williams (Capt.) Rise, &c. of the Bengal 

Native Infantry, 26. 
(J.) On the Hieroglyphics of the 

Egyptians, 255. 

(M.) Zilla of Baroche, 55. 

Williamson, Wild Sports of the East, 72. 
Wilmet, Lexicon Linguse Arabicse, 208. 
Wilson (A.) On Morbid Sympathies, 94. 
(Bp. Dan.) Charges, 172. 

(Horace Hayman) Account of the 

Foe Kue-Ki, 282. 

(H. H.) Ariana Antiqua, 3. 

(H. H.) Sankhya Bhashya, 191. 

(H. H.) Burmese War, 27. 

(H. H. ) Catalogue of the Mackenzie 

MSS., 104. 

(H. H. ) Commerce of Bengal, 82. 

(H. H.) Hindu Theatre, 191. 

(H. H.) Hist. Sketch of Pandya, 



(H. H.) Histoire du Kachmire, 

— (H. H.) Manual of Univ. Hist, 
&c., 7. 

— (H. H.) Megha-Duta, 187, 190. 

— (H. H.) Miscellaneous Tracts, 282. 

— (H. H.) Notes on the Indica of 

Ctesias, 282. 

— (H. H.) Observat. on some An- 
cient Indian Coins, 282. 

— (H. H.) On the Education of the 
Natives of India, 282. 

— (H. H.) On the Puranas, 282. 




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