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JOURNAL, ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL, PART I,
script of, at Bhagulpur, 404 ; two an-
LYALL, C. J., the Moʻallaqah of Zuheyr
rendered into English, with notes, 1
the Dard dialects, 38
AHABAN, the Chhatthí Pálná or
, story of ,
, , ;
tiquities at, 118; Sati Burj at, 116
reigners in the Ajanta Trescoes, 62 ; on
Sena Rájás of Bengal, 384
lish with notes, 1
plate inscriptions found in the Hamir-
púr district, N. W. P., 80
EMPLE of Gobind Deva at Brindá-
lated from the Burmese paraphrase, 239
Harí Vans, 121; of the song of Mánik
WALKER, J. P., Col., recent trans-
frontier explorations, 78
ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL. .
PART II. (NATURAL HISTORY, &c.)
(Nos. I TO IV.-1878: with 15 plates.)
THE NATURAL HISTORY SECRETARY.
« It will flourish, if naturalists, chemists, antiquaries, philologers, and men of science in different parts of Asia, will commit their observations to writing, and send them to the Asiatic Society at Calcutta. It will languish, if such communications shall be long intermitted ; and it will die away, if they shall entirely cease.” SIR WM. JONES.
PRINTED BY G. H. ROUSE, AT THE BAPTIST MISSION PRESS,
AND PUBLISHED AT THE
ASIATIC SOCIETY'S ROOMS, 57, PARK STREET.
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS.
ANDERSON, J.;-On the Indian Species of the Genus Erinaceus,
;-On Arvicola indica, Gray, and its relations to the Sub-Genus Nesokia, with a description of the species of Neso
kia, BLANFORD, W. T. ;-Description of Ruticilla schisticeps, Hodgs.....
-Notes on some Reptilia from the Himalayas and Burma,
;-On some Mammals from Tenasserim,
;--Description of a supposed new Hedgehog (Erinaceus niger) from Muscat in Arabia, ... BRANFILL, B. R. ;-Physiographical Notes 8c., on Tanjore (Tan
já-úr), BROUGHI, R. S. ;--On the proper relative Sectional Area for Copper
and Lightning Rods, GODWIN-AUSTEN, H. H. ;--Sixth List of Birds from the Hill Rana
ges of the North-East Frontier of India, KEATINGE, R. H. COLONEL ;-Record of the Occurrence of Earth
qualces in Assam during 1877,
-Great Snow-fall in Kashmir,
longing to the families Dytiscidæ, Staphylinidæ, and Scarabæidæ, THEOBALD, W. ;-Notes on the Land and Fresh-water Shells of Kash
mir, more particularly of the Jhilum valley below Srinagar and
the hills North of Jamu,
in the Gulf of Cutch, conducted by the Great Trigonometrical
;~The Application of Photography to the