William Francklin (1763-1839)

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : 1763
Tod : 12-04-1839
Anmerkung :
A aussi traduit du persan en anglais
Militaire. - Orientaliste
Andere Namen : William Franklin (1763-1839)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8112 5024

Activities of William Francklin (1763-1839) (14)

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Researches on the tenets and doctrines of the Jeynes and Boodhists, conjectured to be the Brachmanes of ancient India, in which is introduced a discussion on the worship of the serpent in various countries of the world, by lieut. col. William Francklin,...
Inquiry concerning the site of ancient Palibothra, conjectured to lie within the limits of the modern district of Bhaugulpoor, according to researches made on the spot in 1811 and 1812, by William Francklin
Tracts political, geographical and commercial, on the dominions of Ava and the North Western parts of Hindostaun, by William Francklin,...
Military memoirs of Mr. George Thomas... compiled and arranged from Mr. Thomas's original documents, by William Francklin,...
Remarks and observations on the plain of Troy, made during an excursion in June 1799, by William Francklin,...
The History of the reign of Shah-Aulum, the present emperor of Hindostaun... by W. Francklin,...
Voyages de Perse dans l'Inde et du Bengal en Perse, le premier traduit du persan [d'Abd al Razzah ibn Ishak], le second de l'anglais [de William Francklin],... par L. Langlès,...
An account of the present state of Delhi
Observations made on a tour from Bengal to Persia, in the year 1786-1787, with a short account of the remains of the celebrated palace of Persepolis... by William Francklin,... The 2d edition
Voyage du Bengal a Chyraz. - [1]

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Account of the grand festival held by the amir Timour on the plains of Kaneh Gul, or Mine of roses, after his return from Asia Minor, and the defeat of Ilderum Bayazid or Bajazet, A. H. 803, translated from the Mulfuzat Timuri, or life of Timur, written by himself, by Colonel Francklin
The Loves of Cámaríysa and Cámalatá...

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Mary, queen of Scots, an historical play

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The Loves of Cámaríysa and Cámalatà, an ancient indian tale... translated from the Persian by William Francklin,...

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