Catalogue of Sanskrit and Pali Books in the British Museum

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Page 285 - Post free. INDIAN ANTIQUARY. — A Journal of Oriental Research in Archaeology, History, Literature, Languages, Philosophy, Religion, Folklore, &c.
Page 59 - ARSHEYABRAHMANA (being the fourth Brahmana) OF THE SAMA VEDA. The Sanskrit Text. Edited, together with Extracts from the Commentary of Sayana, etc.
Page 115 - Papers relating to the Collection and Preservation of the Records of Ancient Sanskrit Literature in India.
Page 311 - SAHYADRI KHANDA OF THE SKANDA PURANA; a Mythological, Historical and Geographical Account of Western India, first edition of the Sanskrit Text, with various readings. By J. GERSON DA CUNHA, MRCS and LM Eng., LRCP Edinb., etc. 8vo. bds. pp.
Page 223 - Maino-i-Khard (The Book of the). — The Pazand and Sanskrit Texts (in Roman characters) as arranged by Neriosengh Dhaval, in the fifteenth century. With an English translation, a Glossary of the Pazand texts, containing the Sanskrit, Rosian, and Pahlavi equivalents, a sketch of Pazand Grammar, and an Introduction. By EW WEST.
Page 165 - England, with literal English Translations of all the Metrical passages, schemes of the Metres, and copious Critical and Explanatory Notes, By...
Page 219 - Mahawansa (The) — THE MAHAWANSA. From the Thirty-Seventh Chapter. Revised and edited, under orders of the Ceylon Government, by H. SUMANGALA, and DON ANDRIS DE SILVA BATUWANTUDAWA.
Page 115 - THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE UPANISHADS AND ANCIENT INDIAN METAPHYSICS. As exhibited in a series of Articles contributed to the Calcutta Review. By ARCHIBALD EDWARD GOUGH, MA, Lincoln College, Oxford ; Principal of the Calcutta Madrasa.
Page 239 - METRICAL TRANSLATIONS FROM SANSKRIT WRITERS. With an Introduction, Prose Versions, and Parallel Passages from Classical Authors.
Page 37 - Benares Sanskrit Series. A Collection of Sanskrit Works. Edited by the Pandits of the Benares Sanskrit College, under the Superintendence of RTH Griffith, and G.

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