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Hovelacque, A. L'oeuvre linguistique de Chavée (Revue de Linguistique T. XI. fasc. 2.)

30 Notice sur les subdivisions de la langue commune indo-européenne (Assoc. franç. p. l'avanc. des Sciences. Bordeaux 1872). (Hovelacque et Vinson, Etudes de, linguistiq. p. 293-98).

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32 Indian Antiquary 1877.

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Krishnajan mâ shtami, or Krishna's Birth-festival. Translated. Rock

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Bühler, The Digambara Jains.
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Burnell, Where was the Southern Charitrapura mentioned by Hiwen Thsang?
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The late F. W. Ellis's essay on the Malayalma language.

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