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Archæological Survey of India :
THE MOGHUL ARCHITECTURE OF FATHPUR-SIKRI, described and illustrated by EDMUND W. SMITH, 2 vols. imperial 4to., 223 plates of Architectural and Ornamental Details, some in colours, boards, £2. 128 6d Allahabad, 1894-96 REPORTS by Major-General A. CUNNINGHAM, Director General, and J. D. BEGLAR, and A. C. L. CARLLEYLE, Assistants, complete in 24 vols. 8vo. including a GENERAL INDEX, with several hundred maps, plans, and plates of Ancient Indian Architectural Remains, Sculpture, Inscriptions, and Coins, cloth, very scarce, complete, £14. Simla, 1871; Calcutta, 1887 Very few sets remain for sale. Several of the volumes are not obtainable separately; some are still for sale separately at the prices affixed.
Published at £5. 5s, the Third Edition in three Volumes of 3628 pages, and now offered for 28s. cash.
CYCLOPEDIA OF INDIA,
EASTERN AND SOUTHERN ASIA, Commercial, Industrial, and Scientific
PRODUCTS OF THE
MINERAL, VEGETABLE, AND ANIMAL KINGDOMS, USEFUL ARTS AND MANUFACTURES.
SURGEON-GENERAL EDWARD BALFOUR.
The FIRST Edition and its two Supplements were published in India in the years, respectively, 1858 and 1862, and the SECOND Edition was also published in India, in 1873.
The THIRD Edition, published in London in 1885, contains 35,000 Articles, with 16,000 Index headings.
HIS work brings together, up to date, and makes available for ready reference, the widely dispersed and invaluable information, whether Commercial, Industrial, or Scientific, which exists relating to India, Further India, and the East Indies generally.
The Geographical Review, in noticing the Second Edition, said :— "There has, indeed, hitherto been no way of learning anything of India, except by accumulating a large library. It is not too
much to say that Dr. Balfour has now supplied this want."
Journal of the National Indian Association, London, August, 1885.-"Three goodly sized handsome volumes having an aggregate of 3610 double columned pages, 35,000 articles, and 16,000 index headings. There is scarcely a subject relating to India and Eastern and Southern Asia which has escaped more or less extended notice. There is no other work in the English language in which is brought together an equal amount of information on
everything connected with India, her people arts, manufactures, and products. To the merchant and agriculturist, to the man of science, whether botanist, zoologist, geologist, or meteorologist, no less than to the Oriental scholar, the historian, and literary student, it cannot fail to prove of the highest service as a work of reference. It is well deserving of a place in the library of every one interested in or connected with India."
NATIONAL MONUMENTS IN INDIA.
A selection of 100 plates, 49 of these in colours, prepared in the Office of the late Curator of Ancient Monuments in India, with descriptive test, imperial 4to. bds. £4.
Privately printed, for Subscribers only, W. Griggs, 1895
82. Plan and Elevation of the Darshani
83. Wood and ivory mosaic.
93. Group from Nathu.
58. Column C in the Ranga Vilasa Mandapam.
Column G on General Plan.
59. Column E in Ranga Vilasa, Manda
Column H on General Plan.
60. Mandapam marked D on General Plan.
SHAHDARA, NEAR LAHORE.
89. Group from the Monastery at Rhod.
61. Columns M and K in the Thousandpillar Mandapam.
62. Column F and Door J on General Plan.
1 66. Columns E and F in the Thousandpillar Mandapam.
Column A in the Maisur Raja's Mandapam.
67. Column D in Anjal Mandapam, and Door H in gate of 3rd enclosure.
SHAHLIMAR GARDENS, NEAR LAHORE.
72. Details of fresco and mosaic.
75. Details of paved walks.
GOLDEN TEMPLE, AMRITSAR.
81. Details of marble seat, borders, and fountains.
BADSHAHI SARAI AT NURMAHAL, NEAR JALANDHAR.
87. Side view of the west gate from the 88. Front view of the west gate.
84. Wood and ivory mosaic.
BUDDHIST SCULPTURES OF GANDHARA.
I have obtained by subscription the last few copies of this work.
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ADEN GAZETTEER. By Captain F. M. Hunter, 58
3 parts. I. Monograph on Ficus. 2 Pts. and appendix.
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By G. King, 1877, 88, 89
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III. Inscriptions of the early Gupta Kings, with the plates. By J. F. Fleet, £1. 13s 6d 1889 JURISPRUDENCE for Forest Officers, Manual of. By B. H. Baden-Powell, 12s 1882
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PHARMACOPEIA of India. By E. J. Waring, 68
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SELECTIONS from the Records of the Hluttaw, 68
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SILK in India, Memorandum on. By L. Liotard, 28
TEXTILE Manufactures and Costumes of the people of India. By Dr. Forbes Watson, £1. 1s
TIMBERS, Indian, Manual of. By J. S. Gamble, 108
TOBACCO, Cultivation and Preparation in India. By Dr. Watson, 58 YARKAND MISSION, Scientific Results of the Second, 13 parts, £2. 1879-90
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