A grammar of the classical Arabic language; tr. and compiled from the works of the most approved native or naturalized authorities, with an introduction

A grammar of the classical Arabic language; tr. and compiled from the works of the most approved native or naturalized authorities, with an introduction

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A GRAMMAROF THBCLASSICAL ARABICLANGUAGE,TRANSLATED AND COMPILED FROM THE WORKS OF THE MOSTAPPROVED NATIVE OR NATURALIZED AUTHORITIES.BYMORTIMER SLOPERHO HON. LL. D.WELL, C.I.E.,RETIRED MEMBER OF H. M's. INDIAN CIVIL SEETICB,And Member the Atiatic and Fellow the Univertititt Calcuttaformerly of Society ofBengal of ofand Allahabad.of the N.~W, Provinces.Published under the Authority Government,INTRODUCTION AND FOUR PARTS.IN ANThe Introduction : and Part I. The Noun.9fALLAHABAD: -^7'THB PBOTINCBS AICD OFDH PBB1I.PBIXTBD AT IfQBTH-WBSTBBH2-8-0Rs.Price, (3 Qd).NOTICE.THE Fasciculus Part I(the fourth)present completeson the Introduction and the Noun. Part II on the VerbPart III the Particle have beenand on previouslyThese three Parts deal with the accidencepublished.the and such(inflection), syntax, etymological processes.as are to one of the three ofparts noun,peculiar speech,verb and Part ofparticle. IV, processestreatingcommon to two or three of still remains.speech,partsIbth 1900. M. S. HOWELL.AugustNOTICE.-ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO ABBREVIA-TIONS OF REFERENCES.CORRECTIONS TO CHRONO-ADDITIONSANDLIST.LOGICALto the Abbreviations ofand CorrectionsAdditionsReferences."S ILast Note. Whenever have heard thePrefatory sayshe means AZperson ", (NA.trustworthy 173).should be inserted afteraddition[This (Nw. 210)".]* entitled AnAZ. The NawddirMonographLexicologicalSa'id Ibn AusAsfr ZAID alAnsarlby alKhazrajifi -ILughatand 214 orthe ...

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A GRAMMAR OF THB CLASSICAL ARABICLANGUAGE, TRANSLATED AND COMPILED FROM THE WORKS OF THE MOST APPROVED NATIVE OR NATURALIZED AUTHORITIES. BY MORTIMER SLOPERHO HON. LL. D.WELL, C.I.E., RETIRED MEMBER OF H. M's. INDIAN CIVIL SEETICB, And Member the Atiatic and Fellow the Univertititt Calcuttaformerly of Society ofBengal of of and Allahabad. of the N.~W, Provinces.Published under the Authority Government, INTRODUCTION AND FOUR PARTS.IN AN The Introduction : and Part I. The Noun. 9f ALLAHABAD: -^7' THB PBOTINCBS AICD OFDH PBB1I.PBIXTBD AT IfQBTH-WBSTBBH 2-8-0Rs.Price, (3 Qd). NOTICE. THE Fasciculus Part I(the fourth)present completes on the Introduction and the Noun. Part II on the Verb Part III the Particle have beenand on previously These three Parts deal with the accidencepublished. the and such (inflection), syntax, etymological processes. as are to one of the three ofparts noun,peculiar speech, verb and Part ofparticle. IV, processestreating common to two or three of still remains.speech,parts Ibth 1900. M. S. HOWELL.August NOTICE. -ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO ABBREVIA- TIONS OF REFERENCES. CORRECTIONS TO CHRONO-ADDITIONSAND LIST.LOGICAL