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Seite 100 - Muhammed, Er-Rumi. Book the First. Together with some Account of the Life and Acts of the Author, of his Ancestors, and of his Descendants. Illustrated by a selection of Characteristic Anecdotes as collected by their Historian Mevlana Shemsu-'d-DIn Ahmed, El EflakI El Arifi. Translated, and the Poetry Versified by James "W.
Seite 144 - An English-Arabic Lexicon. In which the equivalent for English Words and Idiomatic Sentences are rendered into literary and colloquial Arabic.
Seite 81 - Medicinal Plants : Being descriptions, with original figures, of the Principal Plants employed in Medicine, and an account of their Properties and Uses.
Seite 92 - It is said that the body of a male Persian is never buried, until it has been torn either by a dog or a bird of prey. That the Magi have this custom is beyond a doubt, for they practise it without any concealment.
Seite 100 - The MesnevI (usually known as the Mesneviyi Sherif, or Holy Mesnevi) of Mevlana (Our Lord) Jelalu-'d-Din Muhammed, ErRumi. Book the First.
Seite 170 - The Adoption of a Prime Meridian to be common to all Nations. The Establishment of Standard Meridians for the Regulation of Time.