A grammar of the Hindústání language, in the Oriental and Roman character: with numerous copper-plate illustrations of the Persian and Devanágarí systems of alphabetic writing : to which is added, a copious selection of easy extracts for reading, in the Persi-Arabic and Devanágarí characters, forming a complete introduction to the Totá-Kahání and Bágh-o-Bahár, together with a vocabulary of all the words, and various explanatory notes

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Crosby Lockwood, 1855 - Foreign Language Study - 260 pages

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