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Works in the Press. The Amphibion's Voyage.
By Parker Gillmore. Where Chineses Drive; or, English Student-Life at Peking.
By a Student Interpreter. Men of Character. By the late Douglas Jerrold. With 12 Original Illustrations by W. M.
Thackeray. Edited by the late Blanchard Jerrold. The Orders of Chivalry.
By Major Lawrence Archer. With an Illustration of Every Order. 4to. Sporting Life in India.
By Colonel Heber Drury.
By Kathleen O'Meara.
By the late Blanchard Jerrold.
By Colonel Lewin.
By H. G. Keene.
By J. Menzies.
By Albert Alberg.
By Edward Walford, M.A.
By W. Stigand.
By the late Professor Dowson.
Archives aud other sources. By Percy M. Thornton. With Illustrations. Poems.
By H. G. Keene.
By the Rev. T. P. Hughes.
By the late Professor Palmer. Reiza, Queen of Delhi.
By Pierce Taylor.
Dictionary of Urdu, Classical Hindi, and English. By John T. PLATTS, M.A., Persian Teacher at the University of Oxford, late Inspector of Schools, Central Provinces, India. Imperial 8vo. 1,260 pp. £33s.
The Student's Arabic-English Dictionary. Com
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English-Arabic Dictionary. For the Use of both
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An English - Persian Dictionary. Compiled from
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A Tamil Handbook; or, Full Introduction to the
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