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Miscellaneous translations from Oriental languages.

Author: Oriental Translation Fund.
Publisher: London : Oriental Translation Fund ; Calcutta : Sold by Thacker & Co., 1831-<1834>
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Genre/Form: Anthologies Traductions anglaises
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Miscellaneous translations from Oriental languages.
London : Oriental Translation Fund ; Calcutta : Sold by Thacker & Co., 1831-<1834>
(OCoLC)645465647
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oriental Translation Fund.
OCLC Number: 2569261
Description: volumes <1-2> ; 24 cm
Contents: Vol. I: I. Notes of a journey into the interior of Northern Africa / by Hadji Ebn-ed-din El-Eghwaati ; translated from the Arabic by W. B. Hodgson --
II. Extracts from the Sakaa Thevan Saasteram, or, Book of fate / translated from the Tamul language, by the Rev. Joseph Roberts --
III. The last days of Krishna and the sons of Pandu, from the concluding section of the Mahabharat / translated from the Persian version, made by Nekkeib Khan, by Major David Price --
IV. The Vedà Cadai : being the Tamul version of a collection of ancient tales in the Sanscrit language, popularly known throughout India, and entitled the Vetàla Panchavinsati / translated by B. G. Babington --
V. Indian cookery, as practised and described by the natives of the east / translated by Sandford Arnot. Vol. II: I. Genealogical catalogue of the kings of Armenia / by Prince Hubboff ; translated from the Armenian into the Russian language by Lazar Kooznets ; translated from the Russian into English, and compared with the original Armenian manuscript, by James Glen, of Astrachan --
II. An account of the siege and reduction of Chaitúr / by the Emperor Akbar ; from the Akbar-namah of Shaikh Abul Fazl ; translated by Major David Price --
III. Short history of the secret motives which induced the deceased Alemdár Mustafá Páshá, and leaders of the Imperial camp, to march from the city of Adrianople to Constantinople, with the stratagems they employed in order to depose Sultan Mustafá, and restore to the throne Sultan Selím the Martyr, in the year (of the Hijra) twelve hundred and twenty-two --
IV. The ritual of the Budd'hist priesthood / translated from the original Pálí work, entitled Karmawákya, by the Rev. Benjamin Clough --
V. Translation of an extract from a horticultural work, in Persian / by Baboo Radhakant Deb --
VI. Account of the Grand Festival held by the Amír Tímúr on the Plains of Káneh Gul, or Mine of Roses, after his return from Asia Minor, and the defeat of Ilderum Báyazíd, or Bajazet, A. H. 803 / translated from the Mulfúzát Tímúrí, or Life of Tímúr, written by himself, by Colonel Francklin.

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