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Seite 160 - Tod (Col. Jas.) Travels in Western India. Embracing a visit to the Sacred Mounts of the Jains, and the most Celebrated Shrines of Hindu Faith between Rajpootana and the Indus, with an account of the Ancient City of Nehrwalla.
Seite 110 - List of the Vertebrated Animals now or lately living in the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London, 1872 Ditto.
Seite 96 - Muhammed, Er-Rumi. Book the First. Together with some Account of the Life and Acts of the Author, of his Ancestors, and of his Descendants. Illustrated by a selection of Characteristic Anecdotes as collected by their Historian Mevlana Shemsu-'d-DIn Ahmed, El EflakI El Arifi. Translated, and the Poetry Versified by James "W.
Seite 142 - An English-Arabic Lexicon. In which the equivalent for English Words and Idiomatic Sentences are rendered into literary and colloquial Arabic.
Seite 77 - Medicinal Plants : Being descriptions, with original figures, of the Principal Plants employed in Medicine, and an account of their Properties and Uses.
Seite 88 - It is said that the body of a male Persian is never buried, until it has been torn either by a dog or a bird of prey. That the Magi have this custom is beyond a doubt, for they practise it without any concealment.
Seite 96 - The MesnevI (usually known as the Mesneviyi Sherif, or Holy Mesnevi) of Mevlana (Our Lord) Jelalu-'d-Din Muhammed, ErRumi. Book the First.
Seite 166 - The Adoption of a Prime Meridian to be common to all Nations. The Establishment of Standard Meridians for the Regulation of Time.