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LONGMAN AND RÉES; R. FAULD&R ;
AND J. SCATCHERD.
It may greatly conduce to the advancement of useful knowledge, if the learned Societies established in Europe will transinit to the Secretary 'of the Society in Bengal a Collection of short and precise Queries on' every Branch of Apatic History, Natural and Civil, on the Philosophy, Mathematics, Antiquities, and Polite Literature of Afia, and on Eastern Arts, both Liberal and Mechanic; since it is hoped that accurate Answers may in due time be procured to any Questions that can be proposed on those subjects; which must in all events be curious and interesting, and may prove in the highest degree beneficial to mankind.