Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 5권

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Bishop's College Press, 1836
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Memoir of the Life and Writings of St Nierses Clajensis surnamed
129
Discovery of Buddhist Images with Devanagari Inscriptions at Tagoung
157
written in March
165
Catalogue of a Second Collection of Fossil Bones presented to the Asiatic
179
Note on an Inscription at Bamian By Mr C Masson
188
On the method employed to remove the Vaulted Roof of St Peters
208
Statistical Agricultural and Revenue Return of Muthra District made
216
Summary Description of some New Species of Falconidse By B
227
Note on the occasional existence of freshwater on the surface of
239
Horary Observations of the Barometer Thermometer and Wetbulb
243
Interpretation of the Tibetan Inscription on a Bhotian Banner taken
264
Geology of Moulmein
280
On the Revolution of the Seasons By the Rev R Everest
281
Recent Discovery of Fossil Bones in Perim Island in the Cambay Gulph
288
Note on the Teeth of the Mastodon a dents etroites of thcSiwalik
294
Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
302
Meteorological Observations taken every hour at Bancalore in the Hos
309
Meteorological Register
320
Memoir of a Hindu Colony in Ancient Armenia By Johannes Avdall
331
Facsimiles of various Ancient Inscriptions
340
Facsimile of inscriptions at Chunar and Kemaon
340
Descriptive Catalogue of Terrestrial and Fluviatile Testacea chiefly from
350
Description of two new species belonging to a new form of the Meruline
358
Report of the Society of Arts on Specimens of Rice Wool etc from
365
Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
371
JULY
377
Note on the white satin embroidered Scarfs of the Tibetan Priests
383
Experimental Researches on the Depressions of the Wetbulb Hygro
396
Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
433
Miscellaneous
439
mer Baron Purgstall Aulic Counsellor and Professor of Oriental Lan
441
Extracts translated from a Memoir on a Map of Peshawar and the coun
468
Sketch of the State of MQar Malay Peninsula By T J Newbold
561
Note on the discovery of a relic of Grecian Sculpture in Upper India
567
Vossia procera
570
Notes on Delhi Point PuloTinghie c and on some Pelagic Fossil
575
Fossil Carnivoraof the Sub Himalayas
580
Continuation of a Paper Journal May 1835 on the Heights of
585
Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
597
An account of some of the Petty States lying north of the Tenasserim
601
Outline of Political and Commercial Relations with the Native States
626
IVNew varieties of the Mithraic or IndoScythic Series of Coins and their
639
Facsimiles of various Ancient Inscriptions lithographed by James Prin
657
SabHimalayan Fossil Remains of the IMdupur Collection By Lieuts
661
Note on the occurrence of Volcanic Scoria in the Southern Peninsula
670
The Governor Generals Conversazione
682
An account of some of the Petty States lying north of the Tenasserim
688
Notes on the Antiquities of Bamian By C Masson
707
New types of Bactrinn and IndoScythic Coins engraved as Plate XLIX
720
Facsimiles of various Ancient Inscriptions lithographed By James
724
Seoni inscription two plates _
726
VISome remarks on the development of Pollen By William Griffith
732
SubHimilayan Fossil Remains of the n idiipur Collection By Lieuts
739
Note on Zoological Nomenclature By B H Hodgson Esq
751
XLMeteorological Register
760
Note on Mastodons of the Sewaliks By Capt P T Cautley Superin
768
Description of the Shell and Animal of Nematura a new Genus
781
Facsimiles of Ancient Inscriptions lithographed By ditto
791
Description of UchSharif By Munshi Mohan Lai
798
Remarks on a collection of Plants made at Sadiya Upper Assam from
806
Note on a Remnant of the Hun Nation Vide Chap 26 of the Decline
813
Postscript to the Memoir on the Depression of the Wetbulb Thermo
828
Meteorological Register
836

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631 페이지 - Siam shall not go and obstruct or interrupt commerce in the States of Tringano and Calantan. English merchants and subjects shall have trade and intercourse in future with the same facility and freedom as they have heretofore had, and the English shall not go and molest, attack, or disturb those States upon any pretence whatever.
630 페이지 - Maharajah hereby cede in full sovereignty and property to the Honourable the English East India Company, their heirs and successors for ever, the Island of Singapore, situated in the Straits of Malacca, together with the adjacent seas, straits, and islets, to the extent of ten geographical miles, from the coast of the said main Island of Singapore.
194 페이지 - Its climate is cold, healthy, and congenial to European constitutions ; its numerous crystal streams abound in gold dust and masses of the solid metal; its mountains are pregnant with precious stones and silver; its atmosphere is perfumed with tea, growing wild and luxuriantly ; and its soil is so well adapted to all kinds of agricultural purposes, that it might be converted into one continued garden of silk and cotton, of tea, coffee, and sugar, over an extent of many hundred miles.
47 페이지 - ... trunks. Of these it most nearly resembles the Tapir. It differs chiefly in the bones of the nose being larger and more salient from the Chaffron ; and in there being less width and depth to the nasomaxillary sinus, than the Tapir exhibits. But as the essential points of structure are alike in both, there is no doubt that the Sivatherium was invested with a trunk like the Tapir. This conclusion is further borne out by other analogies, although more indirect than that afforded by the nasal bones....
29 페이지 - Buddhist then, or now, living in that country ; they formed the materials from which chiefly I drew my sketch ; and they would have been long since communicated to the public, had the translator felt sufficiently confident of his powers, or sufficiently assured that enlightened Europeans could be brought to tolerate the ' ingens indigestaque mole* ' of these
165 페이지 - The great object of the Bengal opium agencies is to furnish an article suitable to the peculiar tastes of the population of China, who value any sample of opium in direct proportion to the quantity of hotdrawn watery extract obtainable from it, and to the purity and strength of the flavor of that extract when dried and smoked through a pipe. The aim therefore, of the agencies should be to prepare their opium so that it may retain as much as possible its native sensible qualities, and its solubility...
315 페이지 - Now the red and reddish brown soils contain most of their iron in the state of peroxide, or the reddish brown oxide of iron ; while the light grey soils contain it only in the state of protoxide, or the black oxide of iron. I believe the quality of the tobacco to depend mainly on the state and quantity of the iron in the soil ; while it is indifferent about the lime, which we haveseen is so essential to cotton.
309 페이지 - Of many of them it haa been already ascertained, that they have had no connexion with Brahmanism, except in so far as they may have felt its unhallowed influence in excluding them from the common privileges of humanity, and banishing them to the wilds, or dooming them to ignorance, and unwilling and unrewarded servitude*.
77 페이지 - thus gone, or gone as he came,' as applied to Adi-Buddha, alludes to his voluntary secession from the versatile world into that of abstraction, of which no mortal can predicate more than that his departure and his advent are alike simple results of his volition. Some authors substitute this interpretation, exclusively applicable to Adi-Buddha, for the third sceptical and general interpretation above given.
71 페이지 - Swabhava in this order : — from the vija \\ of the letter Y, air ; from that of the letter R, fire ; from that of the letter V, or B, water ; and from that of the letter L, earth ; and from that of the letter S, Mount Sumeru.

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