PREPACE and by him termed y Wavrin 'armo, or « The Mirror of Verbal 6 Gems." I HAVE also derived great assistance from Cambhampáti Mínácsháya, a most intelligent Bráhman, who has been for several years employed as Head Moonshee in my office of Telugu and Carpátaca Translator to the Gorernment; from Cedámbi Rangáchári, the late Head Carnataca Master at the College of Fort St. George, who died before the work was completed; and from his successor, the present Head Master, Mudumbi Shrínirásáchári. From my own countrymen, as the Carnataca language has hitherto been but very little studied, I have not been able to derive any aid. I feel myself, however, under considerable obligations to the late Francis Whyte Ellis, Esquire, formerly Senior Member of the College Board, for many useful hints upon the subject of Indian Grammar in general; to William Oliver, Esquire, also a Member of the College Board, for sereral corrections in the manuscript; and to Edward Richard Sullivan, Esquire, of the Civil Service, for his kindness in procuring for me, from His Highness the Rajah of Mysoor, the work of Céshava, of which I have already made mention. Digitized by Google
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