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PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETOR, BY SANDERS, CONES AND CO.,
3 9 X 2 7 7:
1. Zeila, the Fair Maid of Caubul; a tale of the Afghan
insurrection, and massacre of the British troops in
the Khund Caubul passes, in six Cantos; by Charles.
Mackenzie, Esq., late 41st Welch Regiment. Lon-
ART. III.-THE BENGAL MILITARY FUND.
1. Report on the Bengal Military Fund, by F. G. P. Nei-
son, Actuary of the Medical, Invalid, and General
1. Malcolm's (Sir J.) Memoir of Central India. 3rd Edi-
tion. 2 vols. 8vo. London. 1823.
2. The Bengal Hurkaru, The Englishman, The Friend of
ART. V.-ANGLO-HINDUSTANI HAND-BOOK.
1. The Anglo-Hindustani Hand-Book; or, Stranger's Self-
Interpreter and Guide to Colloquial and General
Intercourse with the natives of India. With a map
and five Illustrations. Calcutta. 1850.
1. Resolution by the Hon'ble the Lieutenant-Governor,
N. W. P., General Department, dated 9th February,
1850. Published in the Agra Government Gazette
2. General Reports on Public Instruction in the N. W. P.
of the Bengal Presidency, from the year 1843-44
3. Report on Native Schools of the Futtehpore District, by
Wm. Muir, Esq., B. C. S., 1846. Published by
order of Government, N. W. P. Extract from
Third Report on the state of Indigenous Education
in Bengal and Behar, by William Adam. Published
originally in 1838, and re-published by order of
4. An Educational course for Village Accountants (Putwa-
ris,) in four parts, by Ram Surrun Doss, Deputy
Collector at Delhi, in Urdu and Hindi. Agra. 1844. ib.
5. The Social Condition and Education of the people, by
J. Kay, M. A. 2 Vols. Longman and Co. Lon-
ART. VII-KASHMIR IN THE OLDEN TIME.
1. Raja-tarangini, Histoire des Rois du Kachmir, traduite
et commentée par M. A. Troyer. Paris. 1840. . 209
2. A general view of the Geology of Scripture, in which
the unerring truth of the inspired narrative of the
early events of the world is exhibited and distinctly
proved, by the corroborative testimony of physical
facts, on every part of the earth's surface. By
George Fairholme, Esq. (American Reprint). Phi-
1. The Chronology of Creation; or, Geology and Scrip-
ture reconciled. By Thomas Hutton, F. G. S.,
Captain, Bengal Army. Caloutta. 1850.
4. Twelve Lectures on the connection between Science and
Revealed Religion, delivered in Rome, by the Right
Rev. Nicholas Wiseman, D. D., Bishop of Melipo-
5. On the Relation between the Holy Scripture and some
parts of Geological Science. By John Pye Smith,
D. D., F. R. S., and F. G. S. Divinity Tutor in the
Protestant Dissenting College at Homerton. Third
Edition, with many additions. London. 1843.
6. Foot-Prints of the Creator; or, the Asterolepis of
Stromness. By Hugh Miller, Author of the Old
MISCELLANEOUS CRITICAL NOTICES.
1. The Historical relations of Ancient Hindu with Greek
Medicine, in connection with the study of modern
Medical Science in India; being a General Intro-
ductory Lecture, delivered June 1850, at the Cal-
cutta Medical College, by Allan Webb, M. D., Au-
thor of the Pathologia Indica; Surgeon, Bengal
Army; Professor of Descriptive and Surgical Ana-
tomy: lately officiating Professor of Medicine and
2. Selections from the Vernacular Buddhist Literature of
Burmah, by Lieut. T. Latter, 67th Regt. B. N. I.
Maulmain. American Baptist Mission Press. 1850.
3. Bengal Dysentery and its Statistics, with a notice of the
use of large Enemata in that Disease, and of Qui-
nine in Remittent Fever. By John Macpherson,
M. D., 1st Assistant Presidency General Hospital.
4. Le Bhagavat Purana, ou, Histoire Poetique du Krish-
na; traduite et publié par M. Eugene Burnouf, Mem-
bre de l' Institut, Professeur de Sanskrit au College
Royal de France. (The Bhagavat Purana, or,
Poetical History of Krishna; translated and pub-
lished by Eugene Burnouf, Member of the Insti-
tute, Professor of Sanskrit in the Royal College of