Bibliotheca Marsdeniana philologica et orientalis, a catalogue of books and manuscripts collected with a view to the general comparison of languages, and to the study of oriental literature
Printed by J. L. Cox, 1827 - 308 pages
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Page 158 - IRWIN (EYLES). A series of adventures in the course of a voyage up the Red Sea, on the coasts of Arabia and Egypt ; and of a route through the Deserts of Thebaïs, hitherto unknown to the European travellers, in the year 1777...
Page 264 - THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF WRITING, as well Hieroglyphic as Elementary, Illustrated by Engravings taken from Marbles, Manuscripts, and Charters, Ancient and Modern ; also Some Account of the Origin and Progress of Printing.
Page 264 - A Discourse on the Institution of a Society for enquiring into the History Civil and Natural, the Antiquities, Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Asia, delivered at Calcutta, Jan.
Page 223 - An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an island subject to the Emperor of Japan...
Page 181 - Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China, and of a Voyage to and from that country, in the years 1816 and 1817...
Page 170 - Letters, Essays, and other Tracts, illustrating the Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland ; together with many curious Discoveries of the Affinity betwixt the Language of the Americans and the ancient Britons to the Greek and Latin, &c. ; also Specimens of the Celtic, Welsh, Irish, Saxon, and American Languages.
Page 140 - An Account of some recent Discoveries in Hieroglyphical Literature and Egyptian Antiquities, including the author's Original Alphabet, as extended by Mr Champollion ; with a Translation of Five unpublished Greek and Egyptian Manuscripts.
Page 8 - The Italian Library; containing an account of the, lives and works of the most valuable authors of Italy ; with a preface exhibiting the change of the Tuscan language from the barbarous ages to the present time,
Page 144 - To which are added, | remarks and observations made in the inland | parts, during a residence of near four years; a specimen of five Indian languages; and a | journal of a journey from Montreal to New- | York. | By Edward Umfreville; | eleven years in the service of the Hudson's Bay Com- j pany, and four years in the Canada | Fur Trade.