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By the

Rev. FRANCIS WRANGHAM, M. A. F. R. S. of Trinity College, Cambridge. Price 38, 6d.

13. A DISSERTATION on the best Means of CIVIL

IZING the Subjects of the BRITISH EMPIRE in INDIA, and of diffusing the Light of the Christian Religion throughout the Eastern World: to which Dr. BUCHANAN's Prize was adjudged by the University of Edinburgh. By the Rev. Wm. TENNANT, M.M. LL. D. and M. A. S. lately one of His Majesty's Chaplains in India. Printed at the University Press. In one vol. 4to. Price in boards 128.---This was published in 1808.

14. A SKETCH of the State of BRITISH INDIA,

with a view of pointing out the best Means of Civilizing its Inhabitants, and diffusing the Knowledge of Christianity throughout the Eastern World : being the Substance of an Essay on these Subjects; to which the University of Aberdeen adjudged Dr. BUCHANAN's Prize. By the Rev. JAMES BRYCE. In one vol. 8vo. pp. 381. Price in boards 10s. 6d.---This was published in 1810.

Published in 1807.

15. A SERMON, on the Translation of the SCRIP

TURES into the ORIENTAL LANGUAGES: preached before the University of Cambridge, on

May 10, 1807. By the Rev. Francis WRANGHAM, M. A. F.R.S. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Printed at the University Press.---(This and the three following Sermons were not the subjects of Prizes, but a gratuity was presented to the four Reverend Preachers whom the Universities were pleased to select for the occasion.]

16. A SERMON, preached before the University of

Cambridge, on the 28th June, 1807 ; agreeably to
the Institution of the Rev. CLAUDIUS BUCHANAN,
By the Rev. John DUDLEY, M.A. of Clare Hall.
Cambridge. Printed at the University Press.

17. The Expediency of Translating our SCRIPTURES

into several of the ORIENTAL LANGUAGES, and the Means of rendering those Translations useful, in an Attempt to convert the Nations of India to the Christian Faith : a Sermon preached by special appointment before the University of Oxford, Nov. 8th, 1807. By the Rev. WN. BARROW, of Queen's College, LL.D. and F.S.A. Author of an Essay on Education, and the Bampton Lecture Sermons for 1799,

18. The DUTY and EXPEDIENCY of Translating the

SCRIPTURES into the current LANGUAGES of the EAST, for the Use and Benefit of the Natives: a Sermon, preached by special Appointment, before the University of Oxford, on the 29th of November 1807. By the Reverend

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EDWARD NARES, M. A. late Fellow of Merton
College, and Rector of Biddenden, Kent.

Published in 1808.

19. A DISSERTATION on the PROPAGATION of

CHRISTIANITY in ASIA; in Two Parts. To which is prefixed a brief Historic View of the Progress of the Gospel in different Nations since its first Promulgation ; illustrated by a Chronological chart : To which the University of Oxford adjudged Dr. BUCHANAN's Prize of 5001. Ву the Rev. Hugh PEARSON, M. A. of St. John's College, Oxford. In one volume, 4to. 'pp. 227. Price, in boards, 15s. Printed at the University Press; sold by Messrs. Rivington, London.

20. CHRISTIANITY in INDIA; an Essay on the

Duty, Means, and Consequences of introducing the Christian Religion among the Native Inhabitants of the British Dominions in the East. By J. W. Cunningham, A. M. late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. In one vol. 8vo. Price 5s. 6d. in boards.

21. A HISTORICAL REVIEW of the Commercial,

Political, and Moral State of Hindoostan, from the earliest Period to the present Time; the Rise and Progress of Christianity in the East; its present Condition; and the Means and Probability of its future Advancement. With a Map, illustrating the relative Situation of the British Empire in the East. By ROBERT CHATFIELD, LL. B. Vicar of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. In one large volume 4to. Price, in boards, ll. 4s. This Work was altered and enlarged after it was presented to the University.

PUBLISHED IN INDIA.

The Prizes instituted by the College of Fort-William,

1. PRIMITIÆ ORIENTALES, VOL. I. Containing Essays by the Students of the College of Fort

William in Bengal: To which are added the THESES pronounced at the public Disputations in the Oriental Languages, on the 6th of February, 1802. The Essays are by W.B. Martin, W.P. Elliott, W. B. Bayley, Terrick Hamilton, c. T. Metcalfe, Edward Wood, Thomas Newnham, and Jonathan H. Lovett. The Thesis in the Bengalee Language by W. B. Martin. Thesis in the Hindoostanee Language by W. B. Bayley.

“ Redit a nobis Aurora diemque reducit.”

Calcutta : Printed at the Hon. Company's Press,
In one volume 8vo. Price, in boards, One Guinea.

2. PRIMITIÆ ORIENTALES, Vol. II. Containing

the THESEs in the Oriental Languages, pronounced at the public Disputations, on the 29th of March, 1803. By Students of the College of Fort-William in Bengal ; with Translations. Thesis in the Persian Language, by Richard Jenkins ; in the Hindoostanee Language, by William Chaplin ; in the Bengalee Language, by James Hunter. Declamations in the Arabic Language, by Richard Jenkins and Edward Wood. Printed at the Hon. Company's Press, in one volume 8vo. Price, in boards, One Guinea,

3. PRIMITIÆ ORIENTALES, VOL. III. Containing

the THESEs in the Oriental Languages, pronounced at the public Disputations on the 20th of September, 1804. By Students of the College of Fort-William in Bengal ; with Translations. Thesis in the Hindoostanee Language, by John Romer ; in the Persian, by George Swinton; in the Bengalee, by A. B. Tod; and in the Arabic, by William Oliver. Declamation in the SHANSCRIT Language, Clotworthy Gowan ; being the first Speech in that Tongue delivered in public Assembly by an Englishman. Printed at the Hon. Company's Press; in one volume 8vo. Price, in boards, One Guinea,

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