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A. M. cloudy a. m. Scatd Abstract Afghan alphabet Andamanese Asiatic Society Baboo Babu Badakhshan Barometer Bengal Bhoja Blanford Brahmans Buddha Buddhist Bulb above Dew Burmah Burmese Calcutta called character Chitral computed copper Darah Deva Dew Point district drizzling Dry Bulb Thermometer feet force of Vapour fossils Ghazan Khan Gwalior hills Hindu Hindvi Hon'ble Hourly Meteorological Observations Hygrometrical elements dependent Inches India inscription Irrawaddy Jhelum Journal jungle Kafirs Kanauj Kash-kar Kashmir Khan Khel king language letter Mean Dry Bulb Mean Height Mean Wet Bulb Meteorological Observations taken miles month natives Noon pala Panj-korah Persian Port Blair present rain Raja range river salt range Sanskrit Scatd Shah species specimens Sunday Surveyor General's Office Sutra Tagoung Temperature temple tion tract tree tribes Urdu valley Vatsaraja village W. T. Blanford Weight of Vapour Wet Bulb Thermometer words Yunan
600 페이지 - Cyril of Alexandria mentions that the Sainan«ans were tha philosophers of the Bactrians, showing the extension of Buddhism beyond the confines of India ; and St. Jerome, who like Cyril, lived at the end of the fourth and the beginning of the fifth century...
372 페이지 - The true law (it is Cicero who speaks) is right reason conformable to the nature of things, constant, eternal, diffused through all, which calls us to duty by commanding, deters us from sin by forbidding; which never loses its influence with the good, nor ever preserves it with the wicked.
xlii 페이지 - Landfalls, or about 48 imperial pints, or two-thirds of a bushel. This was, no doubt, its original meaning, but in the lapse of time it must gradually have acquired the meaning, which it still has, of any good sized piece of open plain.
xlii 페이지 - spread out or extended," and is commonly applied to any level piece of ground, including also tableland on the top of a hill. But its more literal and restricted meaning would appear to be that particular extent of land which would require a prastha of seed, that is, 48 double handfulls, or about 48 imperial pints, or two-thirds of a bushel.
524 페이지 - Languages, however, though mixed in their dictionary, can never be mixed in their grammar. Hervas was told by missionaries that in the middle of the eighteenth century the Araucans used hardly a single word which was not Spanish, though they preserved both the grammar and the syntax of their own native speech...
lxvii 페이지 - The alphabetical character, which are of the oldest form that has yet been found in India, are most clearly and beautifully cut, and there are only a few letters of the whole record lost by the peeling off of the surface of the stone. The inscription ends with a short sentence, in which King Asoka directs the setting up three monolinths in different parts of India, as follows :'Let this religious edict be engraved on stone pillars and stone tablets, that it may endure for ever.
lxxxv 페이지 - ... feet long and 31 feet broad, the roof of which was supported on five rows of the tallest and finest of the Hindu pillars. The Mosque is approached through a cloistered court, 145 feet in length from east to west, and 96 feet in width. In the midst of the west half of this court, stands the celebrated Iron Pillar, surrounded by cloisters formed of several rows of Hindu columns of infinite variety of design, and of most delicate execution.
lxxi 페이지 - a monument of skill in of 16 inches in diameter and about 50 feet in length. It is true that there are flaws in many parts, which show that the casting is imperfect; but when we consider the extreme difficulty of manufacturing a pillar of such vast dimensions, our wonder will not be diminished by knowing that the casting of the bar is defective. The total height of the pillar above ground is 22 feet, but the smooth shaft is only 15 feet, the capital being 3\ feet, and the rough part of the shaft...
lxxii 페이지 - The pillar was accordingly taken up by the Raja's order, and agreeably to the Brahman's prediction, the foot of it was found wet with the blood of the serpent's head." This tradition is also imperfectly related in Purchas's Pilgrims, on the authority of English travellers who visited India during the reigns of Jahangir and Shahjahan.