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ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL,
"It will flourish, if naturalists, chemists, antiquaries, philologers, and men of science,
in different parts of Asia will commit their observations to writing, and send them to the
Asiatic Society at Calcutta. It will languish if such communications shall be long inter-
mitted; and it will die away if they shall entirely cease."-SIR WM. JONES.
PRINTED BY J. THOMAS, BAPTIST MISSION PRESS.
THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
ASTOR. LENOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONE
Aborigines of the North East Frontier. By B. H. Hodgson, Esq.,
South. By B. H. Hodgson, Esq.,
Analysis of the Béngali Poem Ráj Málá, or Chronicles of Tripurá. By the
Rev. James Long, ....
Answers to Mr. Piddington's Queries about Winds, Storms, &c. in Tibet.
By Dr. A. Campbell,
Bird-devouring habits of a species of Spider, Note on the. By Captain
Haughtonite, Examination of the New Mineral. By Henry Piddington, Esq.,
Inscription Engraved on a brick found in a village in the Juanpur district,
Note on an. By Captain M. Kittoe,
from Oujein, Note on an. By Rajendralal Mitter,...
Iron from the Dhunakar Hills, Birbhoom, Note on a specimen of. By H.
Torrens, Esq., ...........
for August, ditto,
for September, ditto,
for October, ditto,
for November, ditto,
for December, ditto,
Statistics of Banda, Report on the. By M. P. Edgeworth, Esq.,
Storms of Winds experienced in Tartary, Memorandum relative to the, with
suggestions relative to them, &c. By H. Piddington, Esq.,.......
Strachey's (Lieut.) Scientific Enquiries in Kumaon, Notice of,
Tabary, Notice of a copy of the 4th volume of the Original Text of. By Dr.