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Page 354 - ... them upon the memory. The book opens with a table showing the power and position of each letter in the alphabet. This is followed by an explanation of the vowel points and signs supplementary to the alphabet, in use among Arab writers. The parts of speech are then treated of, with great fullness and clearness, the table of verbs being extremely complete, and so arranged as to show the conjugations at one view. The chapters on 'Derivation' and 'Syntax' will also greatly facilitate the study of...
Page 355 - ANCIENT EGYPT; Her Monuments, Hieroglyphics, History, and Archaeology, and other subjects connected with Hieroglyphical Literature. By GEORGE GLIDDON, late US Consul at Cairo.
Page 356 - Or, a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton to Bombay, Madras, and Calcutta : with Notices of Gibraltar, Malta, Alexandria, Aden, Bombay, Point de Galle, Madras, and Calcutta. By CAPTAIN DAVID LESTER RICHARDSON, Author of " Literary Leaves,
Page 353 - Svo. price 21s. ISLAMISM; its RISE and its PROGRESS; OR, THE PRESENT AND THE PAST CONDITION OF THE TURKS. By FA NEALE, Author of
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Page 359 - Historical Researches on the Origin and Principles of the Buddha and Jaina Religions.
Page 358 - A JOURNEY from NAPLES to JERUSALEM, By way of Athens, Egypt, and the Peninsula of Sinai; including a Trip to the Valley of Fayoum, Together with a Translation of M. LINANT DK BELLEFOND'S
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Page 354 - Mr. Barker tells us in his preface that — ' for a person who aspires to read and write a language with any degree of accuracy, something more is necessary than a superficial knowledge of grammatical rules ;' and this * something else ' his grammar helps the student to. ' Simple but necessary forms and rules...