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"It will flourish, if naturalists, chemists, antiquaries, philologers, and men of science, in different
Bishop's College Press.
I.—A Grammar of the Pashtoo or Afghanee Language.
II.-Sisupala Badha, or death of Sisupala by Mágha.
tations, by J. C. C. Sutherland, Esq.
III.-On the Distribution of European Birds. By W. Jameson, Esq., Bengal
VIII. Observations on the Burmese and Munipoor Varnish Tree.
Wallich, Esq. M.D. (with plate),
IX.-Proceedings of the Asiatic Society,
I.-Report on the Settlement of the ceded District of Azimgurh, commonly
I.-Notice of an Inscription on a Slab discovered in February, 1838, by Capt.
T. S. Burt, Bengal Engineers, in Bundelkhund, near Chhatarpur,
II.-Account of a Journey to Beylah, and Memoir on the Province of Lus. By
III.-On three new species of Musk (Moschus) inhabiting the Himalayan dis-
IV.-On Isinglass in Polynemus sele, Buch., a species which is very common
in the Estuaries of the Ganges. By J. M'Clelland, Assistant Surgeon, (with