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The Conquest of Scinde. A Commentary.
Part I. General Sir Charles Napier's Negotiations with the Ameers. Part II. Campaign in Scinde and Treatment of the Ameers. Edinburgh 1846
First edition Two volumes, pp.iv, 322, (323)-567. Original (but unmatched) cloth, minor wear to first volume. A very good set.
The Ameers of Sind
The conquest of Scinde. A commentary.
Part I. General Sir Charles Napier's negotiations with the Ameers. Part II. Campaign in Scinde and treatment of the Ameers. Edinburgh William Blackwood and Sons 1846
First edition Two volumes bound in one, pp.iv, 322, (325)-567. A very good set bound in contemporary full calf, spine rubbed. Without title page of the second volume.
Fragments Arabes et Persans
inedits relatifs a l'Inde, anterieurement au XIe siecle de l'ere Chretienne. Paris Imprimerie Royale 1845
First edition, 8vo, pp.xxxv, [1, blank], 227, [1, blank]. With printed Arabic and Persian texts. A very good copy bound in later (c.1900) quarter morocco, marbled boards. Spine rubbed, corners bumped, some scattered light foxing.
The Risings on the North-West Frontier.
Being a complete narrative, with specially prepared maps, of the various risings of the Frontier Tribes in the Tochi Valley, the Swat Valley, the Country of the Mohmands and Mamunds, and the Country of the Afridis and Orakzai; and of the several punitive campaigns undertaken against these tribes, as well as the two minor expeditions sent against the Utman Khels and the Bunerwals; the whole covering a period extending from the middle of June 1897 to the end of January, 1898. (Compiled from the Special War Correspondence of the "Pioneer".) Allahabad Pioneer Press 1898
First edition pp.iii, 248, liii, 2 folding maps. One thousand copies only published. A very good copy in original cloth. Edges of cloth slightly faded.
Four years' service in India.
By a private soldier. Leicester Thompson and Son, Chronicle Office 1854
Second edition, 8vo, pp.viii, 190. A good used copy in the original green cloth, stamped in gilt and blind; cocked, corners bumped, top and bottom of spine worn.
We locate one copy only of this edition, at SOAS; copies of the 1853 first edition are at BL, Cambridge, National Library of Scotland, and Oxford only.
Persian poets of Sind.
Karachi Sindhi Adabi Board 1956
First edition, pp.[vi], iii, [v], xxi, [3, blank], 319, [1, blank], 26. With printed Persian text. A very good copy in original cloth. Minor wear to edges and spine. Some spotting to fore-edge. Karachi bookseller's blindstamp to final blank leaf.
Every aspect of Islam described
Qanoon-e-Islam, or the Customs of the Moosulmans of India;
comprising a full and exact acount of their various rites and ceremonies, from the moment of birth till the hour of death. Composed under the direction of and translated by G.A. Herklots. London Parbury, Allen, and Co 1832
First edition. 8vo, 22 x 14 cm; pp.xxviii, 436, cxxviii; frontispiece, 19 plates. With Urdu text. Modern green morocco by Shepherds, gilt; spine sunned.
A Dictionary, Sindhi and English.
Printed by Order of the Government of Bombay. Bombay American Mission Press, T. Graham, Printer 1855
First edition. 8vo, 25 x 17 cm; pp.[ii]-vi, 437, [1, blank]. With Sindhi text in devanagari characters. Contemporary Indian half morocco over cloth, spine gilt; rather worn; front free endpaper detaching, bound without half-title. Remnants of paper label to lower board.
An Archaeological Tour in Gedrosia.
With an appendix by Lt.-Colonel R.B. Sewell and B.S. Guha. Calcutta Government of India Central Publication Branch 1931
First edition, folio, pp.x, 211, 33 plates, 64 illustrations, 13 plans, folding map. MASI, No.43. One of 750 copies only. A very good copy in later wrappers.
Archaeological Reconnaissances in North-Western India and South-Eastern Iran.
Carried out and recorded with the support of Harvard University and the British Museum. Antiques examined and described with the assistance of Fred H. Andrews and analysed in an appendix by R.L. Hobson. London Macmillan 1937
First edition, second issue, folio, pp.xix, 267, 34 plates, 6 in colour, 88 illustrations, 2 maps, 1 folding, 18 plans. Without the two large folding maps, Baluchistan and Kerman, and Kerman and Gulf Coast. Fine copy in original cloth, top edge gilt. But without the two large folding maps. It appears that when the publisher ran out of these maps he issued a number of copies without them. These copies can be distinguished as they are also without rear pocket.
The Word of Lalla the Prophetess.
Being the Sayings of Lal Ded or Lal Diddi of Kashmir (Granny Lal), Known also as Laleshwari, Lalla Yogishwari & Lalishri, between 1300 & 1400 A.D. Done into English Verse from the Lalla-Vakyani or Lal-Wakhi and annotated by... Cambridge 1924
First edition pp.xiii, 292. A very good cloth bound copy.
1881: A mammoth legal publishng project
Punjab customary law.
Volume I. A selection from the records of the Punjab Government. Calcutta Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing 1881
First edition pp., ii, , ii, 227,  Original cloth, spine neatly repaired. Bookplate of University of London marked "Withdrawn" inside front cover. A very good copy.
Campbell Part II p.286