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WORKS BY DUNCAN FORBES, LL.D.
In One Volume, Royal 8vo., cloth lettered, £2 12s. 6d., or half-bound, £2 16s.
HINDUSTANI AND ENGLISH;
TO WHICH IS ADDED A REVERSED PART,
*** By the use of a small, but distinct type, the Author has been enabled to compress, into one volume, of a rtable size, more useful information than is to be found in any Dictionary of the Hindustani language as yet blished.
"If condensation and definiteness, if due distinction between the provinces of a grammarian and lexigrapher, if to avoid faults, to reject things of a doubtful utility, to supply deficiencies, and to do all this th a determination that typography, paper and price shall be unexceptionable, if these in combination a recommendation to an author and his work, then Dr. Forbes' Dictionary is fully worthy of the patrone of the patrons and students of Hindustani literature."—Friend of India, Oct. 19, 1848.
the two Languages. Second Edition, considerably improved, 18mno. bound, 5s. 6d.
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"This work can be honestly recommended to all who are desirous of acquiring the elements of the Hindustani language, or of making themselves understood among the people of this country. We have seldom, if ever, seen such a small pocket companion with such a variety of useful instruction. The language of the Vocabulary and of the Dialogues appears quite unexceptionable. Any one acquainted with Hindustani will at once recognise its idiomatic accuracy, and cheerfully recommend it to the notice of all those who desire to come out to India not altogether unprepared to convey their own wishes to those who surround them."-Friend of India, published at Serampore.
An Essay for facilitating the reading and writing of the Ta'lik Character, as generally used in the East in Persian and Hindustani Manuscripts and Printed Works; consisting of various Specimens of Fine Writing, accurately lithographed from Original Native MSS., accompanied by Letter Press Descriptions, together with explanatory Notes and Observations. 4to. cloth, 8s.
GRAMMAR OF THE PERSIAN LANGUAGE.
To which is added, a Selection of Easy Extracts for Reading, together with a copious Vocabulary. Second Edition, greatly improved, and considerably enlarged. Royal 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d.
Consisting of entertaining Tales in the Hindustani Language. By MIR AMMAN, of Delhi. A new edition, carefully collated with original Manuscripts, having the essential vowel points and punctuation marked throughout. To which is added, a Vocabulary of the Words occurring in the Work. Royal 8vo. cloth, 15s. **The Bagh-o-Bahar is the test-book in which Cadets and Assistant Surgeons have to pass an examination in India. This Edition was prepared under the authority of t ble the East-India Company.
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