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Vol. I. (1843-1849), No. 1 (Nos. 2-4 out of print),..- $ .50 

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Vol. IV. (1853-1854), 2.50 

Vol. V. (1855-1856), 2.50 

Vol. VI. (1860), . 5.00 

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Whitney's Taittiriya-Praticakhya (vol. ix.), $5.00 

Avery's Sanskrit Verb-Inflection (from vol. x.), 75 

Whitney's Index Verborumto the Atharva-Veda (vol. xii.), 4.00 

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