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lam-Hossein-Khan. Calcutta, White, 1789, grand in-4. best patna paper, 2 vol., cuir de Russie, dent. Reliure angloise. 2( ... 3351. Radja Bali. Histoire de l'Inde, en bengali. Serampore, · 18o8 , in-8, d.-rel., vél. vert, dent., dos de mar. vert. 2A - e 3352. Histoire de Maha Radja Krichna Tchandra, en bengali. Londres, 181 1, in-8, d.-rel. 7 t - e 3353. Sceau d'un prince indien. Ce sceau, en cire rouge,

est conservé dans un sac d'étoffe d'argent à fleurs d'or et de soie.

/o/ _ - 3354. The first booke of the historie of the discoverie and !

conquest of the East Indias, enterprised by the Portingales, in their † navigations, in the time ofking Don John the 1 1o ; which historie conteineth much varietie

pleasaunt to the readers; set foorth in the portingale lan

guage, by Hernan Lopes de Castaneda, and now transla

ted into english, by N.-L. gentleman. Imprinted at London,

br Thomas East, 1582, pet. in-4, goth., mar. r., fil., tr. · dor. Rel. angloise.

Oevrage de la plos grande 1 areté. Voyez le catalogue Longman. LANGlis

Cet exemplaire est parfaitement conservé, à l'exception des 3 derniers feuillets, qui sont raccommodés. A3 3355. Historia general de la Yndia oriental, los descubri

mientos, y conquistas que han hecho las armas de Portugal en el Brasil, y en otras partes de Africa y de la Asia. y de la dilatacion del S. Evangelio por aquellas grandes provincias, desde sus principios hasta el äno de 1557 ; compuesta por fray Ant. de San Roman. Valladolid, 16o3, pet. in-fol., v. br.

ss- c 3356. Histoire des découvertes et conquêtes des Portugais dans le Nouveau Monde, par le P. Jos.-Fr. Lafitau. Paris, 1734, in-12, fig., 4 vol., v. br.

2,4 r( 3357. Collecção de noticias para a historia e geografia das naçoes ultramarinas, que vivem nos dominios portuguezes, ou lhes são visinhas : publicada pela acad. das sciencias. Lisboa, 1812 , pet. in-4, br. (Tom. 1", n° 1-4).

y - cf 3358. Commentarios do grande Afonso Dalboquerque capitão geral que foi das † orientaes. Lisboa, na regio

offic. typogr., 1774, pet. in-8, cartes, 4 vol., v. éc., fil.

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4. Histoire particulière de divers états anciens et modernes, et de diverses contrées de l'Inde.

3359. Histoire générale de l'empire du Mogol depuis sa fondation jusqu'à présent, sur les mémoires portugais de Manouchi ; par le P. Fr. Catrou. Paris, 1715, in-12, 4 tom. en 3 vol. , v. f.

336o. Monarchae mogolo-indici vel Mogolis magni Aurenk-
Szeb numisma indo-persicum argenteum quinquelibrale
rarissimum in solennem renovationem et confirmationem
clientelarum urbis ac sedis imperatoriae Dehli, nunc dictae
Dschihanabad signatum, latinè recensitum, explicatum,
examinatum et contra dubia quorundam imprimis contra
Scheich Mohhammed-Efendi vindicatum et variis notis ex
orientalium historiâ, genealogiâ, geographiâ, etc. illus-
tratum à Georg.-Jac. Kehr. In appendice Indo-maurorum
characteres arithmetici, alphabetum bengalicum et sylla-
barii mongalo-kalmuckici pars exhibetur. Lipsiae, Takke,
1725, in-4, fig., v. éc., dent. -
3361. Historical fragments of the Mogul empire, of the Mo-
rattoes, and of the english concerns, in lndostan, from
the year 1659. London, 1782, in-12, v.rac., fil.
« Cet excellent ouvrage est devenu d'une rareté extrême, mène en An-
gleterre, où il est très-estimé. » LANGLÈs.
3362. Origin of the Pindaries, preceded by historical no-
tices on the rise of the different Mahratta states, by an
officer, in the service of the honourable East India Com-
pany. London, Murray, 1818, in-8, pap. vél., cuir de
Russie, fil. . -
3363. A history of the Mahrattas, to which is prefixed an
historical sketch of the Decan, containing a short account
of the rise and fall of the Mooslim sovereignties prior to
the œra of Mahratta independence (till 1773), by Edw.-
Scott Waring. London, Richardson, 181o , in-4, pap.
vél., d.-rel., dos de cuir de Russie. ' *
3364. A letter to an officer on the Madras establishment :
being an attempt to illustrate some particular institutions
of the Maratta people; principally relative to their system
of war and finance, also an account of the political chan-
ges of the empire in 1796, as published in the Bombay

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Courier, by W.-Henry Tone. Bombay, Courier press, 1798, in-8, mar. r., dent., tr. dor. Édition originale et extrêmement rare d'un ouvrage exact et très-impartial. Il a été réimprimé à Londres. LANGLÈs. 43 • 3365. Letters written in a Mahratta camp during 18o9, de- scriptive of the character, manners, domestic habits and religious ceremonies of the Mahrattas, by Th.-Duer Broughton. London, Murray, 1813, in-4, pap. vél., fig. color., mar. r., dent., tr. dor. // a 3366. An historical relation of the origin, progress and final dissolution of the government of the Rohilla Afgans in the northern provinces of Hindostan, compiled from a persian manuscript and other original papers, by Ch, " » Hamilton. London, Kearsley, 1787, in-8, v. f. éo so 3367. An account of the kingdom of Caubul and its dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and India, comprising a view of the Afghaun nation, and a history of the Dooraunee monarchy, by Mountstuart Elphinstone. London, Longman, 1815, gr. in-4, pap. vél., fig. color., v, f. gaufré, dent., tr. dor. é - o 3368. India tracts : containing a description of the jungle terry districts, their revenues, trade and government, with a plan for the improvement of them; also an history of the origin and progress of the sicks, by maj. James Browne. Logographic press, printing-house square, Black6^ friars, 1788, in-4, pap. vél., cartes, v. rac., |%3369. Un 2° exemplaire, même reliure. #? - A, 337o. Ferishta's history of Dekkan, from the first Mahum- medan conquests : with a continuation from other native writers, of the events in that part of India, to the reduction of its last monarchs by Aulumgeer Aurungzebe : also, the reigns of his successors in the empire of Hindostan to the present day; and the history of Bengal from the accession of Aliverdee khan to the year 178o, by Jonath. Scott. Shrewsbury, Eddowes, 1794, in-4, pap. vél. , 2 vol., v. rac., dent. - (7 o# A history of Nizam Alee Khaun Soobah of the Dehan, arranged as follows : I. Geographical and historical observations on the present and former state of the Dekhan. II. Memoirs of Nizam Alee Khaun's predecessors, in IV sections, I st, history of Asoph Jauh, Nizam-ool-Moolk, translated by H. Vansittart, III. History of Nizam Alee Khaun, with an appendix; by Will. Hollingbery. Calcutta, Greenway, 18o5, in-4, d.rel., dos de cuir de Russie. 3372. The history of Bengal, from the first Mohammedan invasion until the virtual conquest of that country by the english, a. d. 1757, by Charles Stewart. London, Black, 1813, in-4, carte, pap. vél., v. éc., dent. 3373. Un second exemplaire, cuir de Russie, dent., tr. dor. Très-belle reliure angloise. 3374. Memoirs of the revolution in Bengal, a. d. 1757, by which Meer Jaffeir was reised to the government of that province, together with those of Bahar and Orixa, collected from original letters and papers in possession of Will. Watts. London, Millar, 1764, in-12, d.-rel. 3374 bis. A narrative of the transactions in Bengal during the soobahdaries of Azeem us Shan, Jaffer Khan, Shuja Khan, Sirafraz Khan and Alyvirdy Khan, translated from the original persian by Fr. Gladwin. Calcutta, Stuart, 1788, in-8, mar. r., dent., tr. dor. 3375. Méràti Ahmédy (Miroir Ahmédyen) histoire du Guzarate dont Ahmed - Abad est capitale, in-4, 2 vol., d.-rel., dos de mar. Manuscrit persan, sur pap. de coton, d'une écriture extrêmement belle; il vient du colonel Polier. 3376. Historical sketches of the south of India, in an attempt to trace the history of the Mysoor, from the origin of the Hindoo government of that state, to the extinction of the Mohammedan dynasty in 1799, by Lieut. Col. Mark Wilks. London, Longman, 181o, in-4, pap. vél., cartes, 3 vol., v. éc., dent. 3377. Histoire des progrès et de la chute de l'empire du Mysore, sous les règnes d'Hyder-Aly et Tippoo-Saib, ornée de cartes, portrait, plans, etc., par M. J. Michaud. Paris, Giguet, 18o1, in-8, 2 vol., v. rac., fil. 3378. Histoire d'Ayder-Ali-Khan, Nabad-bahader, ou nouveaux mémoires sur l'Inde, enrichis de notes historiques, par M. D. L. T. (Maistre de la Tour). Paris, Cailleau, 1783, in-12, carte, 2 vol., bas. m. 3379. Memorie sopra la vita di Hyder Aly Kan, del P. Melch. Carpani, che comprendono la storia moderna dell' Indostan dai principi di quel conquistatore fino alla sua morte. Bassano, 1784, in-8, v. rac., fil.

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Z 338o. The life of Hyder Ally, with an account of his usur- pation of the kingdom of Mysore and other contiguous provinces, to which is annexed a genuine narrative of the sufferings of the British prisoners of war taken by his son Tippoo-Saib, by Francis Robson. Londou, Hooper, 1786, in-8, pap. vél., v.j., fil. 4 a 3381. Les Indiens ou Tippoo-Saib, fils d'Hyder-Ally, etc., - avec quelques particularités sur ce prince, sur ses ambassadeurs en France, etc. précédées du précis de l'administration de Hastings. Paris, Lejar, 1788, in-8, cuir de Russie, filet. se _ c 3382. A sketch of the war with Tippoo sultaun, or a detail of military operations, from the commencement of hostilities at the lines of Travancore in december 1789, until the peace concluded before Seringapatam in february 1792, by Roderick Mackenzie. Calcutta, 1793, in-4, 2 vol., v. rac. verte, fil. / # A narrative of the operations of capt. Little's detachment, and of the Mahratta army, commanded by Purseram Bhow, during late confederacy in India againsi the nawab Tippoo suitan Bahadur, by Edward Moor. London, G. Woodfall, 1794, gr. in-4, fig., v. rac., dent. - , 3384. A narrative of the campaign in India which terminated the war with Tippoo sultan in 1792, by major Dirom. London, W. Bulmer, 1793, gr. in-4, pap. vél., fig., v. rac., fil. /$- 7 3385. A view of the origin and conduct of the war with Tippoo sultaun, comprising a narrative of the operations of the army under the command of Lieut. General George Harris, and of the siege of Seringapatan, by Alexander Beatson. London , 18oo, gr. in-4, pap. vél., - fig., v. rac., dent. é - , 3386. A review of the origin, progress and result of the - decivise war with the late Tippoo Sultaun in Mysore : with notes, by James Salmond, to which are added some account of Zemaun Shah; the proceedings of a jacobin club formed at Seringapatam, and an appendix containing translations of the principal state papers found in the cabinet of Tippoo ; by Wood. London, Cadell, 18oo, in-8, pap. vél., v. rac., fil. //—e 3387. A review of the origin, progress and result of the late decisive war in Mysore, with notes and an appendix,

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