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88A1.

Bopp(Franr)

Krirische grammarik den Sanskrita Sprache in Kūrserer Fassung von Frawn Bopp.pp.xii.380. Berlin.1834.8°















88A2.

Rosen (Friedrich)

Radices Sanscritae. Illustratas edidit Fridericus Rosen [pp.xx.370] Berlin, 1827.8°



1B28 [another copy]ppxx;381










88A3

Sadānanda Yogindra

Vedānta Sāra: Elements of Theology according to the Vedas by

Sadānanda Parivrájaká cháryya;with a commentary by Ramakrishua Tirtha pp.6.129

[Calcutta] 1829.8°













88A4(1)

Jambhaladatta

Vetālapañcavinišatih Śri Jīvānanda Vidyāsāgara-Bhattācāryena Sańkalitā. [The

Vetālapuñcarim-šatih a collection of tales by J. Edited

by Jīvānanda Vidyāsāgara] pp.91 Calcutta 1873.8°















88A4(2)

Simhāsanadvātrimšikā. Šrī Jīvānanda Vidyā-sāgara Bhaltācāry yena sankalitā [A

collection of tales edited by Jīvānanda Vidyāsāgarn] pp.130 Calcutta 1881.8°








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88A4(3)

Kālidāba [Pseucl.?]

Puspavān evilāsakāvy am. Makākavi-Kālidāsa-viracitam. [The Puspavānavilāsa, a porm ascribed to K.edited with a commentary by Jivānanda Vidyā Sāgara] pp.56 Calcutta. 1874.8°













88A5


Is’varacandra Vidyāsāgara

Rÿupatha or Simple lessons in Sanskrit compiled by Iswarachandra Visyasagara Part B. 1-3. Seventh Edition. [in 1 Vd.] pp.75.99.121 Kalikārā Samvat 1922.8°(Calcutta 1865)















88A6

Nārada

The Nārada Pancha Rátra in the Original Sanskrit ed. by K.9N. Banerjea(B.I.)pp.q.371. Calcutta 1866.8°















88A7

Monier. Williams (Monier) Sir.

Sanskrit Manual; containing Part I The accidence of grammar…PartII Progressive Exercises [both] by Monier Williams London 1862.12°



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88A8(1)

Westergaard (9L.L)

Sanskrit Laesebog med tilhôrende Ordsamling of N.L.W. pp.214 Kjôbanhavn 1846.8°







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88A8(2)

Westergaard (N.L.)

Kortfattet Sanskrit Formleere af N.L. Westerguard pp.112.















88A9(1)

Yates (William)

A Sanscrit Vocabulary; containing the Nouns, adjectives verbs, and Indeclinable Particles most frequently occurring in the Sanskrit Language, arranged in grammatical order; with explanations in Bengalee and English by W. Y. pp.xiii.220 Calcutta, 1020.8°















88A9(2)

Yatēs (W.)

The Sanscrit Readers, or Easy Introduction to the Reading of the Sanscrit Language. In

five parts by W.Yates. pp.64 Calcutta 1822.8°













88A10


Pañcatantra

Pañcatantiam

Śrī Vishnušarmmanā viracitaml šrī Jīvānanda-Vidyāsāgara-Bhattā cāryyena

samskrtam prskāšitañca 1.

pp.314 Calcutta, 1081.8°














88A11

Hitopadeša.

Hitopadešah

Śri Visnu š armanā sanKalitah

Sri Jivānanda Vidyāsāgara Bhaltācaryena viracitayā vyākhyayā sametah [The

Hitopadeša edited with commentary by Jivānanda Vidyāsagara] pp.331. Calcutta,

1881.8°








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88A12

Schmidt (Johannes)

Kleine Sanskrit_Chrestomathic von Johannes Schmidt pp.iv. 116 weimar 1868 8°















88A13

Veda-Rigveda-Samhitā

Rigvedae hymni XXI des Indrae dedicati,

[Ed. Carl von Morrden] 25pp. No title page s.C.& a.8°














88A14

Brandes (Edvard)

Wshas og Ushas hymnerne. I Rigveda.

Sn Mytologisk Monografi af Q.B. 11qpp. Københaven 1879.8°














88A15

Tārānātha Tarkavacaspati

Gayatri explained by Professor Taranath Tarkavacaspati. Published by Pandit

Jibananda Vidyasagara. B.A. Superin-tendent, Free Sanskrit College. Pp.77.3.

Calcutta. 1875.8°















88A16

Cānakya

De trrcentis Cânakyae Porfae indici sententris Dissertatio inaugwratis philologica,

quam… defendct… Johannes Klatt. PP.VI.74, Halis Satonum [1873] 8° [Halle]






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88A17

Kālidāsa

Rirusanhara a poem by Kulidasa Edited with a commentary by Pandit Jibananda Vidyasagara. Second Edition pp.108. Calcutta 1881.8°















88A18

Bādarāyana

The Aphorisms of the Vedānta Philosophy, by Bádarāyana, with illustrative extracts from the commentary. In Sanskrit & English (By J.R. Ballantyne) pp.51 Mirzapore 1851.8°



Another copy bound together with other work 7.B.










88A19

Sadānanda

A Lectūre on the Vedánta embracing the text of the Vedánta-Sára [of Sadānanda] [Text

edited with translation and commentary by J.R. Ballantyne] pp.84 Allahabad, 1850.8°












88A20

9N[uis](John)

Šarmmapaddhati_The way of Happiness. Asketch of the true theory of human life. In

Sanskrit verse. pp. 6.30. (by J.M.) London. 1841.8°














88A21

Kapila

A Lecture on the Sánkhya Philosophy, embracing the Text of the Tattava Samása

(Attributed to Kapila) [The text with trans. & com. by J.R. Ballantyne] pp.65

Mirzapors, 1850.8°



Another copy 7B




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88A22

Jaimini

The Aphorisms of the Mimānsā Philosophy by Jaimini with extracts from the Commentaries. In Sanskrit and English (By J.R.Ballantyne) P.p. 36 Allahabad 1851.8°



Another copy bound together with other work B.Y.









88A23

Annam Bhatta

Lectures on the Nyáya Philosophy [delivered by J.R. Ballantyne] embracing the text of the Tarka Sangraha. pp.59 Allahabad, 1849.8°



Another copy 45B36










88A24

Gautama

The Aphorisms of the Nyáya Philosophy, by Gautama, with illustrative extracts from

the com. by Viśwanatha. In Sanskrit and English [by J.R.Ballantyne] pp.56 Allahabad,

1850.8°


Another copys bound English with other works of J.R.B. 7B









88A25

Kanada

The Aphorisms of the Vaiśeshika Philosophy of Kanáda with illustrative extracts from

the com.by Sanhard Miśra. [ Sanskrit and English by J.R.Ballantyne] Mirzasson, 1851.8°






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88A26

Vidvun – Moda – Jaranginee, or Fountain of Pleasure to the learned Translated into English by Rajah Kallee – Krishna Bahadus Second Edition. The text of the original in deva-nagara letters; and the version with improvements pp. 53 [The author is birainjivin, Pandit of givòra [?] province in Bengal date of composition 1756] Calcutta, 1834.8°













88A27

Pratnavidyālayīya

A Dialogue in Sanskrit (with an English version) on the new Nyaya of the Sage Pratna vidyalaliya. Published for the edification of the Pandits of Bendres. pp.5.8. Benares 1849.8°















88A28

??ahābhārata[Portions] Bhagavadgītā. The Bhagavad Gitā; or a Discourse between

Krishna and arjuna on Divine Matters. A. Sanskrit Philosophical Poem: translated etc.

by J bockburn Thomson (CX/X & 155pp.) Herford. 1855.8°

Another copy 3B 40





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88A29

Mahābhārata [Portions] Bhagavadgītā

Bhagavad-gitā, or the Sacred Lay: a bollogug between Krishna and Arjuna on Divine Matters. An episode from the makā brārata. A new edition of the Sanskrit text, with a vocabulary: by J Cockburn Thomson [pp.xii.92] [Two Copies] Hertford 1855.8°



Another copy 3 B 36-9










88A30

Mahābhārata [Portions] Bhagavadgītā etc.

Bhagavadgitāpancaratna jisamem šrīmad-Bhagavadgītā, Vishnusahasvanāma, Bhīshma-stavarāja, Anusmriti, gajendramoksha etc (The Bhagavadgītā, followed by the Vishnusahasrarāma, Bhishmastavarāja, Anusmrri, gajendramoksha) lith. pp.100, 34,26,22,36 Lucknow 1880.obl.12°



Another copy 3 A 19










88A31

Mahābhārata [Portions] Nalopakhyāna.

Nalus Maha Bharati Episvdium. Textus Sanscritus cum interpretatione Latina et

annotationibus criticis curante Francisia Bopp. Altera emendata aditio. pp. xv.239

Beroline, 1032.8°


Fragment of another copy 46 C 3??



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Mahābhārata [Portions] Marsyopakhyāna cre.

Bopp. (T.) Dihnium cum tribus alliis Mahá-Bhárti praestantissimis episodüs Primus ed. Francis-cus Bopp. Fasciculus prior quo continetur textus Sanscritus Berlin. 1829.8°
















Jayadeva

Le Gita-govinda et le Riton-Sanhara [of Kālidāsa] traduito du Sanscrit en Francais, pour la premiēre fois, par Hippolyte Fauche [Ritu Samhara pp. 123-200] ix.200 Paris, 1850.8°


















Dialogues (School)

School Dialogues (Sanskrit version) for the use of anglo-vernacular Schools in the

Bombay Presidency. pp.31 Bombay, 1865.12°















??āmakrishua Gopāla Bhāndārakara

First Book of Sanscrit, for the use of beginners, being an elementary treatise on

grammar, with exercises. By Ramkrisna Gopal Bhand-arkar. Fifth edition (revised &

enlarged) pp. xii13Y Bombay, 1871.12°



Another copy 46 A 21

4th ed 186

Another copy 46 A 22

60 ed. 1876






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88A35

Bible. Old Testament Proverbs

Ibūyabhāsāta vyākrtah Sulemanā Sulemanā Likhita Hitopadesoyany Proverbs of Solomon in Sanscrit. Translated from the original Hebrew by the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries. Second edition. pp. 96 Calcutta 1846.12°















88A36

Bible Old Testament Psalms

Atha Wāyūd rājena Krtāni gitāni Inglandiya Vanga deśāyapanditaik Ivrtyabhāshata

vyāllrtāni Sam skritas lokaih prakāśih prakāśyante (The Psalms of David translated

from Hebrew into Sanskrit by English and Bengali Scholars) pp. 285 Kalikātānagare

La. 1766 Sin 1844 (Calcutta 1844) 12°














88A37

Muir (John)

Mataparīksā Bhāratiyaśastravicārātmakah An examination of religions [bring a sketch

of urguments for Christianity and against Hinduism] Part I and II (bound in one vol.)

Calcutta 1852-54 16°















88A38

Bible New Testament Gospels

[The four Gospels in Sanskrit] [No title page] 8°









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88A39(1)

Kālī Krisna, Māhārāja Bāhādur

The Neeti Sunkhulum, or collection or collection of the Sanskrit Slokas of enlightened Moonies, etc with a translation in English, by Muha Raj Kalee Krishen Bahadur. pp. viii. q1 Serampore, 1831.8°

Contains Bānakya, Pañcaratna, Navaratna ??naryashtaka, Vānarāshtaka, Mohamud ??, Santistataka]












88A39(2)

Yatēs (w)

The Sanskrit Reader; or easy introduction to the reading of the Sanskrit language. By W.Yates. pp.64 Calcutta 1822.8°
















88A39(3)

??(Pleasing) Bengale

Pleasing Tales; or Stories, designed to improve the understanding, and direct the conduct of young persons. Part I. Manoranjanetihasa etc. [In English and Bengali] 5qpp. Calcutta 1828.8°















88A39(4)

??(Pleasing)

Manorañjana itihāsa arthāt bātakan ko jñāna dāyaka awra nīti śikhānekā upākhyana,

Pleasing Tales; or Stories designed to improve the understanding, and direct the

conduct of young persons. Translated into Hindia by Rev. M.T. Adam 29PP Calcutta

1827.8°






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