Specimen of the Deo Nagri or Hindui type, cut for the purpose of printing a grammar and dictionary of that language, under the inspection of William Kirkpatrick, captain in the service of the honourable East-India Company, and Persian secretary to the commander in chief in India, by Joseph Jackson, letter founder, Salisbury Court, Fleet Street [electronic resource]
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1 sheet ; 1⁰.
Only one part of William Kirkpatrick's grammar was published, 'A vocabulary, Persian, Arabic, and English', London, 1785, which in fact contains no Nagari text.
Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library.
See Reed, T. B.: A history of the old English letter foundries. 2nd edit. 1952, p. 314. "Deo Nagri" correctly "Deva Nagari"
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. (Eighteenth century collections online) Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
English Short Title Catalog, T193655.