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Arnold.—A SIMPLE TRANSLITERAL GRAMMAR OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE.
Compiled from various sources. With Dialogues and Vocabulary. By EDWIN
Arnold, M.A., C.S.I., F.R.G.S. Pott 8vo. cloth, pp. 80. 1877. 2s.6d. Gibb.—OTTOMAN Poems. Translated into English Verse in their
Original Forms, with Introduction, Biographical Notices, and Notes. Fcap. 4to. pp. lvi. and 272. With a plate and 4 portraits. Cloth. By E. J. W. GiBB.
1882. £1 18. Hopkins.—ELEMENTARY GRAMMAR OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE. With
a few Easy Exercises. By F. L. Hopkins. M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Trinity
Hall, Cambridge. Cr. 8vo. cloth, pp. 48. 1877. 3s. 6d. Redhouse.-On the History, System, and Varieties of Turkish Poetry,
Illustrated by Selections in the Original, and in English Paraphrase. With a notice of the Islamic Doctrine of the Immortality of Woman's Soul in the Future State. By J. W. Redhouse, M.R.A.S. Demy 8vo. pp 64. 1879. (Reprinted from the Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature) sewed,
18. 6d.; cloth, 2s. 6d. Redhouse.—THE TURKISH CAMPAIGNER'S VADE-MECUM OF OTTOMAN
COLLOQUIAL LANGUAGE ; containing a concise Ottoman Grammar; a carefully selected Vocabulary, alphabetically arranged, in two parts, English and Turkish, and Turkish and English; also a few Familiar Dialogues; the whole in English characters. By J. W. RedHouse, F.R.A.S. Third Edition. Oblong 32mo
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Latin Translation and Notes. By Francis W. Newman, late Professor of
Browne. —An URIYA PRIMER IN ROMAN CHARACTER. By J. F. Browne,
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By Thomas J. MALTBY, Madras C.S. 8vo. pp. xiii. and 201. 1874. 108, 6ů.
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