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The Stranger's Infallible East-Indian Guide,
or Hindoostanee multum in parvo, as a grammatical compendium of the grand, popular, and military language of all India. (Long, but improperly called the Moors or Moorish jargon.) London Printed for Black, Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen, Booksellers to the Hon. East-India Company. 1820
Third edition, greatly enlarged and improved. pp.[vi], xxx, 427, (iv), 2 large folding tables. A good copy bound in later (mid 20th C) buckram. A little minor age-toning. Top and bottom edges untrimmed, and showing signs of insect consumption of the contemporary red edge-colouring. This does not affect text and only faintly reduces the original margins.
Travels in Kashmir and the Punjab,
containing a particular account of the Government and character of the Sikhs. From the German of Baron Charles Hugel. With notes by Major T.B.Jervis, F.R.S. London John Petheram 1845
First edition pp.xvi, 423, portrait frontis, 4 plates. Subscribers leaf loosely inserted. Lacking map from rear pocket. Original cloth, spine faded. Minor wear to spine. Front inner hinge opening. Overall a very good copy in need of careful restoration.
1615: Rare Jesuit letters on India
Raguagli d'alcune Missioni fatte dalli Padri della Compagnia di Giesu nell' Indie Orientali,
cioe nelle Provincie di Goa, e Coccinno, e nell' Africa in Capo Verde Naples: Lazaro Scoriggio 1615
Small 8vo, pp.131. Text in Italian. A clean copy bound in nineteenth-century half calf, spine with raised bands and maroon lettering piece, all edges gilt. Spine rubbed. A few small wormholes
see Lach & Van Kley, Asia in the Making of Europe, Vol.III, Book four, p.1990, which cites Streit V, 75 for the Rome edition of same year.
Association copy of first edition
Where Three Empires Meet.
A Narrative of recent Travel in Kashmir, Western Tibet, Gilgit, and the adjoining Countries. London 1893
First edition pp.xvi, 495, 27 plates, 27 text illustrations, folding map, 24 pages publisher's advertisements. A good copy in rather worn original cloth, with pencil signature "Lennard" on title. The contents are generally in good condition but there is some scattered light foxing. End-papers are original. Corners are bumped. Gilt ornament complete but rubbed.
Handsome copy of second edition
Where Three Empires Meet.
A Narrative of recent Travel in Kashmir, Western Tibet, Gilgit, and the adjoining Countries. London: Longmans, Green and Co. 1893
Second edition pp.xvi, 495, 27 plates, 27 text illustrations, folding map. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf, gilt, by Mudie. Armorial bookplate. A few light spots to prelims. A little rubbing to spine edge.
Amir Khusrau-e-Dehlavi. (Odes 1-60).
The text with an introduction, giving an account of the life and writings of the poet, literal translation, and full explanatory notes. Bombay "Mustafai Printing Press" 1901
pp.xxx, 90, 28 (Urdu text). Original cloth, gilt. Spine slightly rubbed. A very good copy.
1860: Life and sport on the Indus
Narrative of a Residence at the Court of Meer Ali Moorad;
with Wild Sports in the Valley of the Indus. London Hurst & Blackett 1860
First edition Two volumes, pp.[viii], 306; [vi], 300, 2 engraved plates. A very good set bound in calf, gilt, by Nutt & Son, and given as a leaving present at Eton. End-papers foxed.
A Great Country's Little Wars; or, England, Affghanistan, and Sinde;
being a sketch with reference to their morality and policy, of recent transactions on the North-western Frontier of India. London 1844
First edition pp.[iv], 303, folding map. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf. Spine rubbed, corners worn.
eye-witness account of the Moghul court
Storia do Mogor, or Mogul India, 1653-1708.
Translated with Introduction and Notes by William Irvine. Edited under the supervision of the Royal Asiatic Society and published for the Government of India. London John Murray, for The Government of India 1907
First edition Four volumes, pp.lxxxix, , 386, 13 plates; xi, , 471, 14 plates; xiv, 509, , 17 plates, 3 in colour; xiv, 605, 15 plates, large folding table, folding map in rear pocket. The Indian Texts Series-I. A very good set in original decorated cloth. Minor wear to head and tail of spine of first volume.
The Invasion of India by Alexander the Great
as described by Arrian, Q. Curtius, Diodoros, Plutarch and Justin. Being translations of such portions of the works of these and other classical authors as describe Alexander's campaigns in Afghanistan, the Panjab, Sindh, Gedrosia and Karmania. Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co. 1896
New edition pp.xxxix, 432, illustrations, 2 maps, 1 folding. A very good copy in original cloth. Minor wear to head and foot of spine. Discreet club stamp on end-paper.
Oral Tradition from the Indus.
Comprised in Tales. To which are added explanatory notes. Revised and Corrected. Illustrations drawn by Miss L. Fenn. From sketches by the authors. Brighton 1908
First edition pp.xvi, 157, 14 plates, map. A good copy in original cloth, rebacked preserving (rather stained) original spine. With presentation inscription from the author. Contents very good.
Memoirs of the Emperor Jahangueir,
Written by Himself; and translated from a Persian Manuscript, by Major David Price. London Oriental Translation Fund. 1829
First edition Folio, pp.141. A very good copy in rather frayed original plain wrappers. Front wrapper partially detached. With the additional subscriber leaf of The Most Noble the Marquess of Cholmondeley.