Author:William Hunter (1755-1812)

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William Hunter


  • Phil. Trans. lxxi. 58
  • Concise Account of the Kingdom of Pegu, its Climate, Produce, … the Manners and Customs of its Inhabitants.… With an appendix containing an enquiry into the cause of the variety observable in the fleeces of sheep in different climates. To which is added a description of the Caves at Elephanta, Ambola, and Canara,’ Calcutta, 1785, 8vo; Lond. 1789, 12mo.
  • “Narrative of a Journey from Agra to Oujein”, Asiatic Researches VI: pp. 7-76, 1801 
  • Some Artificial Caverns near Bombay (1788)
  • Hindustani and English dictionary (1808), in two volumes
  • Collection of Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases in Persian and Hindustani, with Translations (1824)
  • Essay on Diseases incident to Indian Seamen, or Lascars, on Long Voyages (1804)

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