The oriental linguist, an easy and familiar introduction to the popular language of Hindoostan; (vulgarly, but Improperly called the Moors:) Comprizing The Rudiments of that Tongue, with an Extensive Vocabulary, English and Hindoostanee, and Hindoostanee and English: Accompanied with some plain and Useful Dialogues, Tales, Poems, &c. To Illustrate Construction and Facilitate the Acquisition of the Language. To which is added, for the Accomodation of the Army, The English and Hindoostanee part of The Articles of War, (from Colonel William Scott's Translation) with Practical Notes and Observations. By the author of The English and Hindoostanee dictionary.
- Gilchrist, John Borthwick, 1759-1841.
Reviews : On the anomalies of accommodation and refraction of the eye, with a preliminary essay on physiological dioptrics, by F.C. Donders ... translated from the author's manuscript by William Daniel Moore ... The New Sydenham Society, Vol. XXII., London, 1864.
- Royal College of Surgeons of England