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“It will flourish, if naturalists, chemists, antiquaries, philologers, and men of science in different parts of Asia, will commit their observations to writing, and send them to the Asiatic Society at Calcutta. It will languish if such communications shall be long intermitted: and it will die away, if they shall
entirely cease.” Sm WM. -Toms.
Asses (wild) and alleged wild horses, a further note on,
Correspondence and Literary Intelligence, Extracts from a; letter from Sir Robert H.
Schomburgh, British Consul at Bankok to Mr. Blyth,
Gwalior, Vestiges of the Kings of, Inscriptions, (three Sanskrit,) Copies of the Originals and Prefa-
Kanchunjingah Group in the Sikkim Himalaya, Journal of a
Indications of its Literature, Kuméra Sambhava, 8th Canto (notices of books connected with
lines of, with