The Nalo'daya; or, history of King Nala: a Sanscrit poem...accompanied with a metrical translation, an essay on alliteration, an account of similar works, and a grammatical analysis. By W. Yates
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Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1844. 8vo, pp. xiv, 404; text illustrations; original brown cloth, gilt-lettered spine; ex-Baptist Mission Society House Library with usual markings, front hinge starting to crack, spine head a bit chipped, horizontal crack across top quarter of spine between spine title words "Yates's" and "Nalodaya"; interior mostly fine. Text in Sanskrit and English. OCLC locates 2 copies in the United States, at Rochester and the Newberry.
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