A Tamil vade-mecum, or Guide to ungrammatical expressions used in ordinary conversation: consisting of the vulgarisms of the Tamil language explained and illustrated by copious examples. For the use of foreigners
Printed for the editor, at the Press of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Vepery, 1859 - Tamil language - 486 pages
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