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JOUENAL 



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AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. 



SEVENTH VOLUME. 



NEW HAVEN: 
FOR THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY, 

Printed by E. Hates, Printer to Yale Collect. 

MDCOOLXII. 
SOLD BY THB SOCIETY'S AGEHTS : 

NEWTORK: B. WESTERMANN & CO., 440 BROADWAY; 

LONDON: TRUBNER & CO.; PARIS: BEN J. DUPRAT; 

LEIPZIG: F. A. BROCKHAU8. 



COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION 

OF THE 

AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY, 
Fob the tbabs 1860-63. 



Edward E. Salisbury, 
William D. Whitney, 
Jambs Hadley, 
Ezra Abbot, 
Arnold Guyot, 



New Haven. 



Cambridge. 
Princeton. 



Entered according to Act oi Congreie, in the year 1863, by the 

American Omental Sogiett, 

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut 



CON TENTS 



SEVENTH VOLUME. 



Page. 
Abt. L — On the Kings op Mandala, as commemorated in an Inscrip- 
tion NOW FIRST PRINTED IN THE ORIGINAL TONGUE. By FlTZ- 

Edward Hall, D.C.L. . . - . 1 

Art. II.— Two Inscriptions pertaining to the Paramaba Kulers op 
Malava: the Sanskrit, with Translations and Remarks. By Fitz- 
Edwabd Hall, D.C.L. 24 

Abt. III. — Remarks on the Phcenician Inscription of Sidon. By Prof. 

William W. Turner. 48 

Art. IV. — Contributions from Original Sources to our Knowledge of 

the Science of Muslim Tradition. By Edward E. Salisbury. 60 

Art. V. — Memoir on the Language of the Gypsies, as now used in 
the Turkish Empire. By A. G. Paspati, AM., M.D. Transla- 
ted from the Greek by Rev. C. Hamlin, D.D., Missionary of the 
A B. C. P. M. at Constantinople. 143 

Art. VI. — Evidences of the Scythian Affinities of the Dravtwan 
Languages, condensed and arranged from Rev. R. Cald- 
well's Comparative Dravidian Grammar. By Rev. Edward 
Webb, Missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. in Southern India. - - 271 

Abt. VII. — On Lepsius's Standard Alphabet. By William D. Whitney, 

Professor of Sanskrit in Yale College. 299 

Abt. VIII. — The Athabva-Veda PbaticakhyA, oa Oaunakiya Catdra- 
dhyayika : Text, Translation, and Notes. By William I). Whit- 
ney, Professor of Sanskrit in Tale College. 333 



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APPENDIX. 

American OkiShxal Society : 

Proceedings at Sew Haven, Oct. 17th and 18th, I860. • » 
Proceedings at Boston and Cambridge, May 22nd, 1861* 
Additions to the Library and Cabinet, May 1860 — May 1861. 
Proceedings at New York, Oct. 16th and V7th, 1861. - ' 
Proceedings at Boston and Cambridge, May 21st, 1862. 
Proceedings at Princeton, Oct. 15th and 16th, 1863. 
Additions to the Library and Cabinet, May 1861— Oct. 1863. 
List of Members, Oct. 1863. 



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