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ORIENTAL AND HEBREW LITERATURE,

COMPRISING CHIEFLY WORKS IN THE

Arabic, Persian, Sanscrit, and Hebrew Languages.

For Dictionaries and Grammars of the Oriental and Jewish Languages, see the class Language. Voyages and Travels, and Works on Oriental Subjects in living languages will be found in subsequent Classes.

ABD-ALLATIF, Relation de l'Egypte, suivie de divers Extraits d'Ecrivains Orientaux, et d'un Etat de l'Egypte dans le XIVe siècle, traduit et enrichi de notes par Silvestre de Sacy, 4to. neat in russia, £1.8s Paris, Impr. Roy. 1810 ABULFEDÆ Annales Muslemici, Arabice et Latine, studiis J. J. Reiskii, edidit J. G. C. Adler, 5 vols. 4to. neat, scarce, £10. 10s Hafnia, 1789-94 "Ouvrage important, et difficile à trouver complet." Brunet. "The best general guide to inquiries into Moslem History, with which we are acquainted." Mill's Muhammedanism. ABULFEDEÆ Historia Ante-Islamica, Arabice et Latine, e duobus Codicibus Bibliothecæ Reg. Paris. edidit, Notis et Indicibus auxit H. Ŏ. Fleischer, 4to. sd. 13s 6d Lips. 1831

- Tabulæ Geographicæ, Arabice et Latine, cum Notis Wüstenfeld, 8vo. sd. 7s Gott. 1835 ABULPHARAGII sive Bar-Hebræi Chronicon Syriacum, Syriace et Latine, e Codicibus Bodleianis descripserunt, verterunt, notisque illustraverunt P. J. Bruns et G. G. Kirsch, 2 vols. 4to. bds. £1. 11s 6d Lips. 1789 the same, 2 vols. 4to. hf. bd. calf neat, £1. 16s ih. 1789

"Ma di tutte queste opere, la piu grande, la piu dotta, la piu utile, la piu stimata, quella che fa piu onore al suo nome e alla sua memoria, è certamente la sua Cronica."-De Rossi.

Historia compendiosa Dynastiarum, Arabice et Latine, cum supplemento ad nostra tempora, edente Pocockio, thick 4to. fine copy, vellum, 15s Oxon. 1663 idem, 4to. old calf, (presentation copy to R. Pocock, with Autograph), 15s

Specimen Historiæ Arabum, Arab. et Lat. cum Notis Ed. Pocockii, Oxon. 1648 & 50-Boecleri Elogium Christ. Forstneri, Argent. 1669.Lersner, de Congressibus et Colloquiis principum, Argent, 1669-Geneva Restituta (written anonymously by Fred. Spanheim) 1665-in 1 vol. sm. 4to. neat in vellum, 14s

The Arabians say Abulpharagius was the prince of sages, the most excellent of the excellent, the model of his times, the glory and phoenix of the age. ABU MANSSUR Abdu'lmelik Ben Mohammed Ben

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Ismail, Ettseâlebi aus Nisabur; Der vertraute Gefährte des Einsamen, etc.; übersetzt und erläutert durch G. Flügel und J. von Hammer, (in Arabic and German) 4to. (sells for £2. 5s) sd. £1. 1s Wien, 1829 AHMEDIS ARABSIADÆ Vitæ et Rerum gestarum Timuri, qui vulgo Tamerlanes dicitur, historia, Arabice et Latine, edidit S. H. Manger, 2 vols. 4to. hf. bd. calf, uncut, £1. 8s Leov. 1767 the same edition, LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. 4to. very neat in Dutch calf, £1. 18s Franeq. 1767

AL ASHBAHO wa al Nazair, a Treatise on Mohammedan Law, originally compiled by Zein al Abdin Ibne Najim, edited by Munshi Ramdban Sen; in Arabic, royal 4to, very neat, £1. 4s

Calcutta, 1826 ALCORANUS, Arabice et Latine, cum Notis atque Refutatione Marraccii, 2 vols. folio, old calf, £3. 3s Patavii, 1698 the same, 2 vols. fine copy in calf, £3. 13s 6d the Refutatio and Text, without the Prodromus, folio, Oriental binding, £1.5s ib. 1698 Arabice, ad optimorum Codicum fidem edita ex Museo Abr. Hinckelmanni, Hamb. 1694 Michalis (C. B.) Dissertatio Philologica de Historia Linguæ Arabicæ, Halæ, 1706—in 1 vol. 4to. vellum, £1. 10s

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the same, in 1 vol. 8vo. (pub. at 12s) cloth, 7s "You will surely be attracted to a second consideration of the work of Sale, by the candour, the reasonableness, and the great knowledge of the subject which that excellent author appears everywhere to display."-Smyth's Lectures.

LE CORAN, traduit de l'Arabe, précédé d'un abrégé de la Vie de Mahomet, par Savary, 2 vols. 12mo. uncut, 6s Amst. 1786 TURPIN, Histoire de l'Alcoran, 2 vols. 12mo. old French red morocco, royal arms on the sides, gilt edges, beautiful copy, 16s Lond. 1775

The Koran contains most sublime poetical passages, far surpassing European poetry."-Byron. ALI EBN ABI TALEBI, Sententiæ, Arabice et Latine; e codicibus manuscriptis descripsit, Latine vertit, et annotationibus illustravit Cornelius van Waenen, 4to. calf gilt, marhled edges, £1. ls Ox. 1806

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ALI'S Hundert Sprüche, Arabisch und Persisch | BIBLIA HEBRAICA, cum Punctis, cum Var. paraphrasirt von Reschideddin Watwat; he- Lect. Kennicotti et De Rossi, ed. Doederlein et rausgegeben, übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen Meisner, 2 vols. sm. 4to. LARGE PAPER, hf. bd. begleitet von Fleischer, 4to. sd. 7s Leipzig, 1837 russia, £1. 4s Lips. 1793 AMERICA.-Relation de l'Amerique; Ouvrage Hebraica (sine Punctis), or the Hebrew ScripTurc, composé sur diverses relations des Eu- tures of the Old Testament, without points, ropéens, in Turkish, small 4to. with curious wood- after the text of Kennicott, accompanied with cuts, bds. £1. 16s Constantinople, N. D. English Notes, selected from the most approved ARABIAN NIGHTS, in Arabic.-Tausend und Biblical Critics, by Boothroyd, 2 vols. in 1, eine Nacht, Arubisch, nach einem Tunes. MS. 4to. hf. bd. calf, £1. 5s Pontefract, 1810-16 herausgegeben; nebst Verzeichniss der in den Wörterbüchern fehlenden Wörter, von. M. Habicht, 12 vols. 12mo. sd. £4. 10s Berl. 1825-33

in English-See English Books. ARA-ISH-I MUHFIL, or the History of Hatim-I Ta, EE. in Hindoostanee, 4to. calf, 7s 6d Calcutta, 1805

ASIATIC JOURNAL-See English Books. AVICENNÆ Opera (Libri V. Canonis Medicina) Arabice, 2 vols. folio, Oriental binding, £2. 10s Roma, 1593

"Edition rare en France.”—Frunce.

AYEEN AKBERY; or the Institutes of the Emperor Akber, translated from the original Persian (of Abul-Fazel) by Gladwin, 2 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, £1. Is 1800

A description of the whole Indian Empire, written by order of the Emperor Akber. "Perhaps no book in the republic of letters contains so much information in so small a compass."-Clarke. BABER'S Memoirs-See English Books. BESCHI'S Adventures of the Gooroo Paramartan;

a Tale in the Tamul Language, with an English Translation, and a comprehensive Vocabulary, by Benj. Babington, 4to. hf. bd. 18s Lond. 1822 BIBLIA HEBRAICA, cum Targum Commentario Rabbinico, Megilloth, in one thick volume, folio, first Hebrew Bible with a Rabbinical Commentary, fine copy, in the original wooden binding, extremely rare, £3. 3s Venetiis, Bomberg, 1517 Hebraica, cum Punctis, recensita variisque Notis illustrata a Van der Hooght, thick 8vo. very neat, £1. 16s Amst. 1705 Hebraica, (sine Punctis) accurante Nath. Forster, bound in 2 vols. 4to. red morocco extra, joints, gilt edges, £1. 11s 6d Oxon. 1750 "The most elegant and correct of the Anti-Masoretic Bibles."-Dr. Adam Clarke.

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Hebraica, cum notis criticis et versione Latina, ad notas criticas facta; accedunt libri Graeci, qui Deutero-Canonici vocantur, authore C. F. Houbigant, 4 vols. folio, calf, very neat, £5. 5s Paris, 1753

"Cette édition estimée, et dont l'exécution est belle, n'a été tirée qu'à 500 exemplaires.”—Brunet.

The Old Testament, English and Hebrew, with Remarks critical and grammatical on the Hebrew, and corrections of the English, by A. Bayly, 4 vols. royal 8vo. neat in calf, £2. 2s

London, 1774

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"This edition is peculiarly interesting to the Hebrew scholar and critic, as it contains, in a condensed form, the substance of the most valuable and expensive works. The type is very clear, and the poetical part of the Hebrew Scriptures are printed in Hemistichs, according to the arrangement proposed by Bp. Louth, and adopted by Abp. Newcome."-Horne.

Hebraica, cum Punctis, recensita atque illustrata a Van der Hooght, editio nova recognita et emendata a J. d'Allemand, thick 8vo. cloth bds. 15s Lond. 1844

the same, bound in russia, £1. 4s the same, FINE PAPER, cloth, £1. 1s Hebraica, sine Punctis, Leusdeni, 18mo. very For Bibles in other Oriental Languages-See Class neat, 10s 6d Amst. 1701 Language.

BIDPAY-See Pilpay.

BOHADINI F. Sjeddadi Vita et Res gestæ Sultani Saladini; nec non Excerpta ex Historiis Abulfedæ et Saladini, Arabice et Latine, edidit Alb. Schultens, folio, neat, £1. 5s Ludg. Bat. 1732 BUTTRISH Singhasun, or the Thirty-two imaged Throne, in Bengulee, 8vo. calf, 7s 6d

Serampore, 1802 CAAB Ben Soheir, Carmen in laudem Muhammedis: una cum Motenabbii Carm. grat. et Carmine ex Hamasa, utroque inedito; curavit Freytag, Arabice et Latine, 4to. bds. 7. Halae, 1823 CASIRI, Bibliotheca Arabico-Hispanica Escurial.— See Bibliography.

CASTRO, Biblioteca Española-See Bibliography.
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SEVEN MISCELLANEOUS volumes, some with the pronunciation, 4to. 8vo. and 16mo. in a parcel, £1. Is

See also Books of Prints, pages 84 and 261. CHINESE Chronicle by Abdalla of Beyza, by S. Weston, 8vo. bds. 3s 6d 1820 CHRISTA-SANGITA, or the Sacred History of Jesus Christ, in Sanscrit Verse; book I. the Infancy, with an Introduction in English, 8vo. hf. bd. 7s Calcutta, 1831 EDRISII Descripcion de España de Xerif Al Edris, con traduccion y notas de Don J. A. Conde, small 8vo. sd. 5s Madrid, 1779

EISEN MENGER'S Entdecktes Judenthum, 2 vols. 4to, neat, £1. 5s

Königsberg, 1711

ELIÆ Levitæ Thisbites, edidit Velocianus, Hebraice | HITOPADESAS, id est Institutio Salutaris, Sanet Latine, small 4to. bds. edges cut, 7s

s. l. e. a. (1680?) EUSEBI Chronicon bipartitum, Armenice, Grace, et Lat. cura Aucher, 2 vols. in 1, royal folio, sd. £l. 8s Venet. 1818 EPHRAEMI Syri Opera-See Gr. and Lat. Miscel

1814

lanies. FAN-HY-CHEU, a Tale, in Chinese and English, and a short Grammar of the Chinese Language, royal 8vo. bds. 5s FIRDOUSI Le Livre des Rois par Abou 'Lkasim Firdousi, Manuscrit Persan inedit de la Bibliotheque du Roi; publié, traduit et commenté par Jules Mohl, (Persian and French), Vol. I. royal folio, a most splendidly printed book, the pages surrounded with engraved borders, (pub. at £4. 10s) bds. £2. 2s

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Fundgruben-See Mines.
HARRIRII MAKAMAS: or, the Adventures of,
Aboo Zyde of Surooj; in 50 Stories, written
by the celebrated Aboo-Moohummudin-Il-

Kausim-Ool-Hûreereeyo, edited by Lumsden,
in Arabic, with a Vocabulary, 3 vols. in 2, royal
4to. including the Supplement, Oriental binding,
back and corner damaged, £2. 8s

Calcutta, 1809-14 "Ouvrage précieux pour les Orientalistes."

Brunet.

HARIRI Consessus Eloquentiæ Arabicæ, Arabice edidit Caussin de Perceval, 4to. hf. bd. 10s 6d Paris, (1830?) HEDAYAH, or Guide, a Commentary on the Mussulman Laws, in Arabic, 2 vols. imperial 4to. slightly wormed, neat, rare, £2. 2s Calcutta, HEDAYA, or Guide, a Commentary on the Mussulman Laws, translated by C. Hamilton, 4 vols. 4to. slightly wormed, old russia, gilt, £4. 4s Lond. 1791 the same, 4 vols. 4to. bds, uncut, £5. 15s 6d ib. 1791 See Inayah. HERBELOT, Bibliothèque Orientale-See Bibliography.

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scrite et Latine; Textum Codd. MSS. collatis recensuerunt, Annotationes criticas adjecerunt A. G. a Schlegel et C. Lassen, 2 parts, 4to. si. 183 Bonne, 1829-31 HYDE (T.) Historia Religionis veterum Persarum, eorumque Magorum; Zoroastris Vita, ejusque et aliorum Vaticinia de Messiah; Primitive Opiniones de Deo; Originale Orientis Sibylla, etc. 4to. best edition, plates, neat, £1. 11s 6d Ozon. 1760 the same, 4to. hf. bd. uncut, with numerous MS. notes, £1. 16s ib. 1760

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"The most learned work upon the religion of the ancient Persians which has yet appeared."-Buller. Syntagma Dissertationum quas olim auctor doctiss. separatim edidit: accesserunt nonnulla ejusdem Opuscula hactenus inedita, cum appendice de Lingua Sinensi, etc. à G. Sharpe, 2 vols. 4to. plates, neat, £2. 10s Oron. 1767 de Ludis Orientalibus libri II., 2 vols. in 1, sm. 8vo. plates, neat, 10s 6d ib. 1694

These volumes comprise all that has been written on the Game of Chess by the Orientalists, in the original languages, with Latin Translations.

CHALLIKANI Vitæ illustrium Virorum; e pluribus Codd. MSS. inter se collatis nunc primum Arabice edidit, var. Lect. Indicibusque locupletissimis instruxit F. Wüstenfeld, 10 parts, 4to. sd. £3. 13s 6d Gott. 1835-37 INAYAH, a Commentary on the Hidayah, a work on Mobummudan Law, compiled by Mohummud Akmulooddeen, Ibn Muhmood, Ibn Ahmudonil Hunufee, edited by Moonshee Ramdhun Sen, 3 vols. 4to. in Arabic, sd. £4.4s Calcutta, 1830-37 INCERTI Auctoris Liber, de Expugnatione Memphidis et Alexandriæ, vulgo adscriptus Abo Abdalla Mohammedi; Arabice, cum Annotat. edidit. Hamaker, 4to. new calf gilt, £1. Is Lugd. Bat. 1825 JABLONSKI Pantheon Ægyptiorum-See Language Egyptian."

JONES (Sir W.) Poeseos Asiaticæ Commentarii, 8vo. neat, 8s Lond. 1774

Works See English Books.

KEMPFERI Amanitates Exotica-See Natural History.

KHALFA (Haji) Lexicon Bibliographicum et Encyclopædicum, Arab. et Lat. Commentario et Indicibus instruxit G. Fluegel, 2 vols. 4to. sd. £3. Leipzig, 1835-38 the same, translated into English-See Oriental Translation Fund, No. 59. KHIRUDUFROZ; a translation of the Uyar Danish of Abool Fuzi into Hindostanee, 4to. calf, 7s 6d Calcutta, 1805 KIEN-LUNG, the Conquest of the Miao-Tse, by Weston, royal 8vo. 6 plates of Chinese characters, bds. 5s KHRISHNA Misri Prabodha Chandrodays, Comoedia, Sanscrite et Latine, edidit H. Brockhaus, fasciculus prior continens Textum Sanscritum, 4to. sd. 3s 6d Lips. 1835 LAILI Magnum, a Persian Poem of Hatifi, sm. 4to. printed in imitation of Manuscript, ruled with red and gold lines, with illuminated borders, richly bound in old red morocco, gilt edges, £1. 11s 6d Calcutta, 1788

1810

LANGLES, Monumens de l'Hindoustan-See Books of Prints.

LOWTH, de Sacra Poesi Hebræorum, subjicitur
Metrica Harianæ, brevis confutatio, 4to. neat in
old calf, 78 6d
Oron, 1753
Lectures on Hebrew Poetry, 8vo. aloth, 7s 1839

"A most learned and elegant work, admired both at home and abroad."-Lowndes. LUTAIFI Hindee, or Hindoostanee Jest Book, containing a choice Collection of Humorous Stories, in the Arabic and Roman Characters, edited by W. C. Smyth, 8vo. bds. 5s 1821 MAHABHARUT, a Bengalee Poem, 4 vols. 16mo. bds. £1. 16s Serampore, 1801-3 MAILLA (J. A. M. de) Histoire générale de la Chine, traduite du Tong-Kien-Kang-Mou, | publiée par l'Abbé Grosier, 11 vals. 4to. several hundred fine plates; with the autograph of William Beckford, Esq. French calf, neat, £2. 2s Paris, 1777-80 MAIMONIDIS More Nevochim, id est Doctor Perplexorum ad dubia loca S. Scripturæ ; Latine conversus a Buxtorfio, 4to. vellum, 12s

Basil. 1629 "One of the most valuable works of the learned Jewish Rabbi Maimonides; particularly for his exposition of the Mosaic laws."-Towneley's Bib. Lit.

Porta Mosis, sive Dissertationes in varias
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De Sacrificiis liber; accesserunt ABARBANELIS
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calf, 5s

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French calf, 14s
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the same, 4 vols. 12mo. morocco, 18s ib. 1750
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MASSUD Ben Omar, Abridgment of, in Arabic,
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Minus, Hebr. et Lat.; Comment. perpet., cui
Notæ in V.T.lib. Hist. et plerosque Prophetas
min. insertæ sunt, illustravit: acced. Dissert.
tres. I. De Hist. S. divina Orig. et Infallib. II.
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An important Repertory of Eastern Literature, consisting of curious fragments in the Persian, Arabic, and Turkish Languages; Dissertations on their various Dialects; Translations and Essays, in German, French, Latin, and English, by Von Hammer, De Sacy. Rosenmuller, Eichhorn, Ramussen, J. C. Rich, etc. MIRCHONDI Historia Gasnevidarum, Persice et Latine, Ex Cod. Berol. aliisque nunc primum edidit, Lect. Var. instruxit, Annotat. illustravit F. Wilken, 4to. sd. £1. 14s Berol. 1832 MISHCAT-UL-MASABIH; or a Collection of the most authentic Traditions of the Actions and Sayings of Muhammed; exbibiting the Origin of the Manners and Customs, the Civil, Religious, and Military Policy of the Muslemans; translated from the Arabic, by Capt. Matthews, 2 vols. impl. 4to. bds. uncut, £2. 5s

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These traditions constitute the second authority of Musselman law, and are considered as a supplement to the Koran. "The only complete work in the English language on these traditionary laws is a translation of the Mishcat-ul-Masabih, a class-book in Musselman colleges. It contains the most important and authentic traditions of Muhammed, compiled from all preceding collections."-Mills.

"Peu commun et três recherché."-Brunet.

7s 6d

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Oriental Translation Fund, Publications of: 1*TRAVELS OF IBN BATUTA, translated from the Arabic, with Notes, by the Rev. S. Lee, 4to. £1. 1829 2 MEMOIRS OF THE EMPEROR JAHANGUEIR, written

by Himself, translated from the Persian by Major D. Price, 4to. 12s

1829

3 TRAVELS OF MACARIUS, PATRIARCH OF ANTIOCH, written by his Attendant Archdeacon, Paul of Aleppo, in Arabic, translated by F. C. Belfour, 6 parts, 4to. £4. 1829-35 4 HAN KOONG TSEW; or, THE SORROWS OF HAN, a Chinese Tragedy, translated from the Original, with Notes, and a Specimen of the Chinese Text, by John Francis Davis, 4to. 5s

1829 5 HISTORY OF THE AFGHANS, translated from the Persian of Neamet Ullah, parts I. and II. by Bernhard Dorn, 2 vols. 4to. £1. 8s 1829-36 6 THE FORTUNATE UNION, a Romance, translated from the Chinese, with Notes and Illustrations; to which is added, a Chinese Tragedy, by J. F. Davis, 2 vols. 8vo. 16s 1829 7 YAKKUN NATTANNAWA, a Cingalase Poem, descriptive of the Ceylon System of Demonology; to which is appended, the Practices of a Capua or Devil Priest, as described by a Budhist; and KOLAN NATTANNAWA, a Cingalese Poem, descriptive of the Characters assumed by Natives of Ceylon in a Masquerade, Illustrated with Plates from Cingalese Designs, translated by J. Callaway, 8vo. 8s

16*MISCELLANEOUS TRANSLATIONS FROM ORIENTAL LANGUAGES, Vol. I. 8vo. 8s

1831

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