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VI.—On the Land Shells of India. By Lieut. Thomas Hutton, 37th Regt. Na-
I.—A Description, with Drawings, of the Ancient Stone Pillar at Allahabad
called Bhim Sen’s Gadii or Club, with accompanying copies of four inscrip-
tions engi-aven in ditfcrent characters upon its surface. By Lieut. T. S.
Burt, Engineers, . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
II.-Note on Inscription No. 1 of the Allahabad Column. By James Prinsep,
Sec.&c... .. .. .. .. .. .. 114
III.—Remarks upon the second Inscription of the Allahabad Pillar. By Captain
A. Troyer, A. D. C. Sec. Sanscrit College, &c. .. . . 118
IV.—Extract from a Journal kept by Captain F. T. Grant, of the Manipur Levy,
during a Tour of Inspection on the Manipur Frontier, along the course of
the Ningthee River, &c. in January 1832, . . . . . I24
V.——Note on the Chiru Antelope. By B. H. Hodgson, Esq. . . . . 138
VI.—Comparative Section and Tonnage of English and Indian Boats for River
Navigation, . . . . . . . . ' . . . . 136
VII.—Climate of Seringapatam. Latitude 12. 45. N. Long, 76. 51. E. .. I38
'VII.-—Cntalogue of Stars to be observed with the Moon in May, 1834, . . 139
lX.—Proccedings of the Asiatic Society, . . . . . . . . 141
1.—-R0yle's Illustrations of the Botany of the Himalaya Mountains. Part 1. . . 143
2.—Analysis of the Edible Moss of the Eastern Archipelago. By W. B.
O’Shaughnessy, M. D. Asst. Surg. H. C. S. .. .. .. 145
XI.—European Science, . . - . . . . . . . 147
XII.—Meteorological Register, . . . . . . . . 152
L—Memoir on the Ancient Coins found at Beghram, in the Kohistan of
Kabul. By Chas. Masson, . . . . . . . . 152
II.—-Journal of a Route from Dera Ghazi-Khan, through the Veziri Country
to Kabul. By Dr. Martin Honigberger, in aLetter to Captain C. M.
Wade, Pol. Agent at Ludinnah : Plate XIV. . . . 175
III.-—On the Aptitude of the Himalayan Range for the Calture of the Tea Plant.
By Dr. H. Falconer, Supt. of the H. C. Bot. Garden, Seharunpur, . . 178
IV.-On the Efllorescence of Khari Nfin, or Sulphate of Soda, as found native
in the soil of Tirhut and Sarun, in the province of Behar. By Mr. J.
Stephenson, Supt. H. C.’s Saltpetre Factories, &c. .. . . 188
V.—MeteoroIogical Register for 1833, kept at Bancoora, by J. McRitchie, Esq. 190
VL—Experiments on the Preservation of Sheet Iron from Rust in India. By
James Prinsep, Sec. &c. .. .. .. .. .. 191
II.-—Translation of an Inscription in the Pali character and Burmese Language,
VII.-—Explanation of the Sketch giving :1 Geological Section of the Strata from
VIII.—Latitude of the Church Bungalow at Nasirabad, by altitudes (170) of
2.-—Representation in Roman Characters of the principal Alphabets in Eastern
India, .. .. .. .. .. .. ib.
I.—-Further Remarks on M. Remusat’s Review of Buddhism. By B. H.
in the year 1802. By Lieut. John Warren, H. M. 33rd Regt. .. 463
VI.—Abstract Statement of 412 Villages in Zillah Bareilly. Settlement nude
Regulation VII. 1822. By H. S. Boulderson, Esq. Collector, ., 475
VII.—Proceedings of the Asiatic Society, . . . . . . ib.
l.—On the Making of Chinese Paper : translated from the 23rd Volume of the
Pun Tsaou Kang Muh, . . . . . . .. 471
2.-—Preventing the adhesion of earthy crust to the inner surface of Steam
Boilers, . . . . . . . . . . .. 479
IX.-—-Meteorological Register, . . . . . . . . 480
I.—Notice of some Ancient Inscriptions in the Characters of the Allahabad
Column. By B. H. Hodgson, Esq. Resident in Népal, . . .. 481
lI.—Note on the Mathiah Lath Inscription. By James Prinsep, Sec. &e. . . 483
IlI.—-Second Note on the Bhilsé Inscription. By the same, . , . . 488
IV.—Inscription on the Iron Pillar at Delhi. By the same, .. -. 494
V.—Restoration and Translation of some Inscriptions at the Caves of Carli. By
the Rev. J. Stevenson, . . . . . . . . .. 495
VI.—Remarks on M. R.emusa.t’s Review of Buddhism. By B. H. Hodgson,
Esq. Resident at the Court of Népél, &c. . . . . . . 499
VII.—On the Use of the Siddhéntas in the Work of Native Education. By
Lancelot Wilkinson, Esq. Bomb. C. S., As. Resident at Bhopfil, . . 504
VIII.—-On the Land Shells of India. By Lieut. Thos. Hutton, 37th Regt. N. I. 520
IX.—Acconnt of the Bearded Vulture of the Himailaya. By the same, . . 522
X._..Preceedings of the Asiatic Society, . 524
XI.—Illustrations of the Botany and other branches of the Natural History of
the Himalayan Mountains and of the Flora of Kashmir; Part II. By J .
Forbes Royle, Esq. F.-L. S. and G. S. M. R. A. S., &c. . . .. 530
XII.-—Col. Sykes’ Catalogue of Birds of the Insessorial Order in the Dukhun, 536
XIIL—Meteorological Register, -. . .. .. . . .. 544
Page 252, line 7, from top, for ‘ simi,' read ‘ semi.’
— 8, from foot, (note) for ‘ in,’ read ‘ on.’
253, 7, from top, for ‘ extinction,’ read ‘ extrication.’
— 12, from foot, for ‘ to have,’ read ‘ we have.’
— 9, from foot, place the comma before ‘ has.’
254, 8, from top,for ‘ monogram,’ read ‘ monograph.’
— 18, from foot, for ‘ greater comparatively,’ read ‘ comparatively greater.’
— 17, from foot, for ‘ heat-conducting probable,’ read ‘ probable
anoaunum. Page 450, line 10, insert as afoot note,‘ Dr. J. Swiney has pointed out to me the following passage in the “ Analecta Antiquitatum et Consuetudinum Pereicarum," contained in a work entitled, “Asia, by BAPTISTA GRAMAYE,” page 377, “ Dianam Persiczi voce NANNEAM vocabant, et certis mysteriis colehant.” This is precisely the word on the reverse of the Kanerkos coin, and would prove the figure to represent the moon, a very probable circumstance, as some coins since discovered place her in direct connection with Mithra, the sun. It also readily accounts for the word Mao, on numerous coins of the same class, that being doubtless the Zend for Mas (Sunscrit) and Main (Persian), the moon.