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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.
On Alexander's Track to the Indus.
Personal Narrative of Explorations on the North-West Frontier of India. London MacMillan 1929
First edition pp.xvi, 182, 98 illustrations, 2 folding, 2 folding maps. A very good copy bound in full contemporary calf with gilt motto on front board, spine a little rubbed.
An Archaeological Tour in Upper Swat and Adjacent Hill Tracts.
Calcutta Government of India Central Publication Branch 1930
First edition Folio, pp.iii, 115, 66 illustrations, plate, 8 plans, 2 folding colour maps. MASI, No.42. One of 750 copies only. A good copy bound in later cloth, original wrappers bound in. Minor repairs to edges of two plates.
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 Bookplate of University of London marked "Withdrawn" inside front cover.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
Les Oeuvres de Wali.
Publiees en Hindoustani. [bound with:] Traduction et Notes. Paris Imprimerie Royale 1834-1836
First editions. Two volumes bound in one. Folio, 32 x 24 cm; pp.x, [iv], 67, [1, errata]; 144-; 1 plate. Text in French and Urdu. A very good copy bound in modern half calf over marbled boards; edges untrimmed.
1836: First published grammar of the Sindhi language
A Grammar of the Sindhi Language.
[Bombay] printed by F.D. Ramos at the Government Gazette Press 1836
First edition. 4to, 28 x 20 cm; pp.[vi], 55, [1, blank], 56-57 [lithographed, manuscript pagination], 58, [1, blank], 59-63 [lithographed, manuscript pagination], [1, blank], 64-66, [1, blank], 67-68 [lithographed, manuscript pagination], 69-70, ; contemporary lithographic folded map of Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan inserted after the dedication leaf. Contemporary Indian half calf over marbled boards, worn but sound; some toning, occasional light spots; contemporary annotations. Two ownership inscriptions to title-page "Alex. R. Bayly, 8th The King's Regt." and "M. Barrington Lieut. 23rd Regt. Kurrachee 1851".
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