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Oriental Translations-continued. 32 ALFIYYA; ou, La Quintessence de la Grammaire Arabe; Ouvrage de Djemal-ed-din Mohammed, connu sous le nom d'Ebn-Malec, publié en Original, avec un Commentaire, par le Baron Silvestre de Sacy, 8vo. 8s Puris. 33 NARRATIVE OF TRAVELS IN EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, in the Seventeenth Century, by Evliya Efendi; translated from the Turkish, by Von Hammer, Part I. 4to. 12s 34 A DESCRIPTION of the BURMESE EMPIRE; compiled chiefly from Native Documents, by the Rev. Father Sangermano, and translated from his MS. by William Tandy, 4to. 16s Rome. 35 ESSAY ON THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE HINDUS, by Rám Ráz, Native Judge and Magistrate at Bangalore, with 48 plates, royal 4to. £1. 11s 6d 1834

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"Livre très rare et important pour l'histoire du Nord; vendu, sans les deux dernières pièces qui manquent presque toujours, 71 fr. Gouttard, et avec ces deux pièces, 295 fr. Caillard."- Brunet.

Semundar hinns Froda, etc. Edda Rhythmica seu antiquior, vulgo Sæmundina dicta, Islandice et Latine, cum variis Lectionibus, Notis, Glossario Vocum et Indice Rerum, Hafniœ, 1787— Eddæ Sæmundinæ sive Antiquioris Carmina mythico-historica de Volsungis, Budlungis, et Viflungis vel Giukundis, et Rebus gestis Danorum, Suecorum, Norwegorum, Finnorum, Suevorum, Fran., Burg., Goth., Hunn, Islandice et Latine, cum Notis, Glossario Vorum, etc. 2 vols. Hafnia, 1818-28-together 3 vols. 4to. bds. £5. 15s 6d

the same,

ib. 1787-1828

3 vols. 4to. hf. bd. olive morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, £6. 6s the same, 3 vols. 4to. calf gilt, by Clarke, £5. 68 ib 1787-1828 the same, Vol. I. separate, 4to. bds. 18s ib. 1787 the same, Vol. I. 4to. writing paper, bds. £1. 8s ib. 1787

den ældre, en Samling of de Nordiske Folks ældeste Sagn of Sange, vel Sæmund Sigfussön kaldet Hinc Frode, oversat og forklared ved Prof. Finn Magnussen, 4 vols. 8vo. sd. £1. 8s Kopenhagen, 1821-23 of Sæmund, translated into English Verse, by A. S. Cottle, 8vo. bds. 7s Bristol, 1797 the same, 8vo. yellow morocco, 10s 6d ib. 1797 EGILS-SAGA, sive Egilii Skallagrimii Vita, Islandice et Latine, cum Notis, 4to. sd. stained, 10s 6d Havnia, 1809 4to. fine paper, hf. bd. olive morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, £2. 2s ib. 1809

the same,

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