Author:Edward Backhouse Eastwick
|←Author Index: Ea||Edward Backhouse Eastwick
|C.B.; British orientalist, diplomat and Member of Parliament|
- (tr.) Khusru, Emir of Dehli The Bāg̲ẖ O Bahār: Or, The Garden and the Spring (1852) 
- The Anvár-i Suhaili: Or The Lights of Canopus (1854) 
- (tr.) Bopp, Franz. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and Sclavonic Languages (1856) 2nd ed. in 3 vols.
- (ed.) Autobiography of Lutfullah, a Mohamedan Gentleman and His Transactions with His Fellow-creatures (1857)  and later editions
- A Concise Grammar of the Hindústání Language: To which are Added, Selections for Reading (1858) 2nd ed.
- Venezuela: or, Sketches of life in a South American republic: with the history of the loan of 1864 (1868) 
- Handbook of the Bengal Presidency: With an Account of Calcutta City (1882) 
- (tr.) Chaturbhuja Miṣra The Prema-sâgara; or, Ocean of love
- Dry leaves from young Egypt (1849)  [University of California, no evidence presented.]
Works about Eastwick
- “Obituary: Edward Backhouse Eastwick, distinguished oriental scholar” in The Times (1883)
- “Eastwick, Edward Backhouse,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
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