Bibliotheca marsdeniana philologica et orientalis: A catalogue of books and manuscripts collected with a view to the general comparison of languages, and to the study of Oriental literature

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Printed by J. L. Cox, 1827 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 308 pages
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