A Guide to Hindustani Specially Designed for the Use of Officers and Men Serving in India, Including Colloquial Phrases in Persian and Roman Character and a Collection of Arzis, with Transliteration in Roman-Urdu and English Translations
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Page 22 - Octavo. With a Railway Map of India. A Map of the Official and Business portion of Calcutta and a Map of the European Residence portion of Calcutta.
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