Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay, Volumen10

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Asiatic Society of Bombay., 1875
Vol. 1-new ser., v. 7 include the society's Proceedings for 1841-1929 (title varies)
 

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Página 375 - Plight (towards the end of the fifteenth or the beginning of the sixteenth century...
Página 331 - Pagoda and removed a famous stone over the entrance, that had " an inscription of large and well written characters, which was sent to the king, " after the Governor of India had in vain endeavoured to find out any Hindu or " Moor in the East who could decipher them. And the king D.
Página 157 - Who can intercede with Him except by His permission? He knows what is before and behind men.
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Página 305 - GOD, that which cannot profit you at all, neither can it hurt you ? Fie on you: and upon that which ye worship besides GOD ! Do ye not' understand ? They said, Burn him, and avenge your gods : if ye do this it will be well. And when Abraham was cast into the burning pile, we said, O fire, be thou cold, and a preservation unto Abraham. And they sought to lay a plot against him : but we caused them to be the sufferers.
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