JRA volume 32 issue 1 Cover and Front matter

1900 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland  
UNDER this name the work of the Old Oriental Translation Fund (originally started in 1828) is now being carried on. One or two volumes are published annually, and the following works of this series are now for sale at the rooms of the Royal Asiatic Society, 22, Albemarle Street, London, "W. 1. Part I (Vols. I and II) of the Persian historian Mir Khwand's 'Rauzat-us-Safa,' or 'Garden of Purity,' translated by Mr. E. Rehatsek, and containing the Moslem Version of our Bible stories, and the lives
more » ... f the prophets from Adam to Jesus, and other historical matter. 1891 and 1892. 2. Part II (Vols. I and II) of the above, containing a full and detailed life of Muhammad the Apostle, with an appendix about his wives, concubines, children, secretaries, servants, etc. 1893. 3. Part II (Vol. Ill) of the above, containing the lives of Abu Bakr, 'Umar, 'Uthman, and 'All, the immediate successors of Muhammad. 1894. 4. The Katha Eosa, a collection of Jain stories, translated from Sanscrit Manuscripts by C. H. Tawney, M.A. 1895. 5. RIDDING (Miss C. M.). Bana's Kadambarl. 1896. 6. COWELL (Professor E. B.) and Mr.
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