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MILITARY WORKS, INCLUDING THOSE ISSUED

BY THE GOVERNMENT.

INDIAN AND MILITARY LAW.

MAPS OF INDIA, &c.

13, WATERLOO PLACE, LONDON, S.W

Works issued from the India Office, and sold by

W. H. ALLEN & Co.

Tlustrations of Ancient Buildings in Kashmir.

Prepared at the Indian Museum under the authority of the Secretary of
State for India in Council. From Photographs, Plans, and Drawings
taken by Order of the Government of India. By Henry Hardy Cole, Lieut.
R.E., Superintendent Archeological Survey of India, North-West Pro-
vinces. In 1 vol.; half-bound, Quarto. 58 Plates. £3 10s.

The Illustrations in this work have been produced in Carbon from the

original negatives, and are therefore permanent.
Pharmacopoeia of India.

Prepared under the Authority of the Secretary of State for India. By
Edward John Waring. M.D. Assisted by a Committee appointed for the

Purpose. 8vo. 68.
The Stupa of Bharhut. A Buddhist Monument.

Ornamented with numerous Sculptures illnstrative of Buddhist Legend
and History in the Third Century B.C. By Alexander Cunningham, C.S.I.,
C.I.E., Major-General, Royal Engineers (Bengal Retired); Director-
General Archeological Survey of India. 4to. 57 Plates. Cloth gilt.

£3 3s.
Archæological Survey of Western India.

Report of the First Season's Operations in the Belgâm and Kaladgi
Districts. January to May 1871. Prepared at the India Museum and
Published under the Authority of the Secretary of State for India in
Council. By James Burgess, Author of the "Rock Temples of Elephanta,"
&c. &c., and Editor of “The Indian Antiquary." Half-bound. Quarto.

58 Plates and Woodcuts. £2 2s.
Archæological Survey of Western India. Vol. II.

Report on the Antiquities of Kåthiâwâd and Kachh, being the result of
the Second Season's Operations of the Archeological Survey of Western
India. 1874 1875. By James Burgess, F.R.G.S., M.R.A.S., &c., Archæo.
logical Surveyor and Reporter to Government, Western India. 1876.

Half-bound. Quarto. 74 Plates and Woodcuts. £3 3s.
Archæological Survey of Western India. Vol. III.

Report on the Antiquities in the Bidar and Aurungabad Districts in the
Territory of H.H. the Nizam of Haidarabad, being the result of the Third
Season's Operations of the Archeological Survey of Western India.
1875–1876. By James Burgess, F.R.G.S., M.R.A.S., Membre de la Societé
Asiatique, &c., Archæological Surveyor and Reporter to Government,
Western India. Half-bound, Quarto. 66 Plates and Woodcuts. £2 2s.

Dlustrations of Buildings near Muttra and Agra.

Showing the Mixed Hindu-Mahomedan Style of Upper India. Prepared
at the India Museum under the Authority of the Secretary of State for
India in Council, from Photographs, Plans, and Drawings taken by Order
of the Government of India. By Henry Hardy Cole, Lieut. R.E., late
Superintendent Archæological Survey of India, North-West Provinces.

4to. With Photographs and Plates. £3 10s.
The Cave Temples of India.

By James Ferguson, D.C.L., F.R.A.S., V.P.R.A.S., and James Burgess,
F.R.G.S., M.R.A.S., &c. Printed and Published by Order of Her Majesty's
Secretary of State, &c. Roy. 8vo. With Photographs and Woodcuts.
£2 s.

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