audience. The Dravidian languages of the south, including Tamil and Telegu, provided some enduring works, particularly the devotional poems of the Tamil Alvars and Nayannars from the 7th through the 9th century. The introduction of Persian by Muslim
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theBuddhist doctrine ; the absence of God and belief in annihilation.Authenticity of Buddhism. The works of Hodgson, Csoma ofKbros, Tumour, Burnouf, and Remusat. Original Sanskrit andPali writings. Tibetan, Mongolian, Chinese, Burmese, and Siamesetr
mself, entitled Vurtihi-tutparyatika and on this again Udayana wrote the TStparya-parisuddhi. These works represent the Rrahmanic side ofthe argumentation with the Mahaynnists and a study ofthem would be both interesting and Instructive. But thisuly
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ists of twelve claF^4ified ^^Mouthly Bulletins", a subjectindex, and an index of authors, anonymous works and collections.As in the volume for 1880, the classification is simply for convenience, not at all pretending toscientific or bibliographical p
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a conces-sional price of Rs. 10/ per set for the public,The Annamacharya Sankirtanas and Taliapakam works, wheneverthey are purchased in the set of six volumes 25% discount will beallowed.For the Educational Institutions and Public Libraries also for
non, Dositheus, and Eratosthenes. At any rate Archimedes returned to Syracuse, composed most of his works there, and died there during its capture by the Romans in 212 b.c. Archimedes’ approximate birth date of 287 b.c. is conjectured on the basis of
whichare explained in the Preface, is published as the Fourth Partof the Second Volume, containing works in Oriental languages,of the " Catalogue of the Library of the India Office." Theprevious parts of this Volume were — I. Sanskrit Books, byDr. R