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Moor, Edward, 1771-1848 Vatican Library Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France ISNI NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France National Library of Ireland

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Moor, Edward (British author, 1771-1848) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 9997581 (Personal)

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Bealings bells : an account of the mysterious ringing of bells, at Great Bealings, Suffolk, in 1834; and in other parts of England: with relations of farther unaccountable occurrences, in various places National Library of Ireland
The gamester Sudoc [ABES], France
The gentle sponge, being a safe ... , 1829: Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Hindu infanticide, 1811. Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Hindu infanticide. An account of the measures adopted for suppressing the practice of the systematic murder by their parents of female infants; with incidental remarks on other customs peculiar to the natives of India. Ed., with notes and illustrations, by Edward Moor. Library of Congress/NACO
A lay sermon on the influence of free trade and the instability of our national prosperity as based on cotton manufactures Sudoc [ABES], France
A letter from an old soldier; addressed to the army and navy, of Great Britain and Ireland. Dedicated to his Royal Highness the Duke of York, by his permission Sudoc [ABES], France
Letters on the kind and economic management of the poor, chiefly as regarding incorporated poor houses with copious tables of actual expediture, &c. &c. Sudoc [ABES], France
Memoirs of the early life and service of a field officer, on the retired list of the Indian army. Library of Congress/NACO
A narrative of the operations of Captain Little's detachment : and of the Mahratta army, commanded by Purseram Bhow; during the late confederacy in India, against Nawab Tippoo Sultan Bahadur. By Edward Moor, ... Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland
Le Opere di dante Alighieri Sudoc [ABES], France
Oriental fragments Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
[pl.53 : Hanumân, assisté par Sugrîva et ses associés, construisant le pont de Râma du continent à Ceylan pour attaquer Râvana. Divinités hindoues.] Hanumân assisted by Sugriva and his associates building Râma's bridge from the Continent National Library of France
[pl.57 : Divinités hindoues.] Râma and Sitâs Reunion after her honorable acquital by Fiery Ordeal. From the Ramayana. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.58 : Krishna, transporté de l'autre côté de la rivière Yamuna par Vasudeva, échappant miraculeusement à son oncle Kamsa. Divinités hindoues.] Crishna conveyed over the Yamuna by Vasudéva, miraculously escapes from his uncle Cansa, the National Library of France
[pl.61 : Krishna soulève la montagne Govardhana pour abriter ses adorateurs de la colère d'Indra. Divinités hindoues.] Krishna uplifts the mountain Gôvérdhana to shelter his worshippers from the wrath od Indra. From a picture. [cote : Réserv National Library of France
[pl.63 : divinités hindoues.] Râsa-Mandala, Krishna (the Sun) and the celestial bidies in harmonious movments round him. From a sketch. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.70 : Bouddha. Divinité hindoue.] Buddhâ. 1,2,3,4. Jain images in brafs of the Deccan. 5. In gilt brafs from Ceylon. 6,7,8. Of Lak dug up at Gaya. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.74 : statues de Gomad Ishvara dans le Kanara. Divinité hindoue.] Statue of Gomad Iswara or Gomuta Raya at Karkully in Kanara. 36 feet 6 inches in height. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.78 : pilier d'architecture hindoue.] A wooden pillar in the palace at Mudu Bidery or Moorbidry near Mangalore in Kanara. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.8 : Vishnu avec Lakshmi et Satyabhâmâ sur le serpent Ananta, symbole d'éternité. Lakshmi ou Kamalâ. Divinités hindoues.] 1. Vishnu with Lakshmi et Satyavâmâ on Ananta Nâga, (eternity). 2,3,4. Lakshmi or Camalâ. 1. From a bronze cast National Library of France
[pl.86 : divinités hindoues, objets de culte.] Implements used in Pûjâ or Worship. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.87 : divinité hindoue.] Sûrya, the Sun. From a cast in the Museum at the India House. Copied from a sculpture in the temple of Visweswara at Benares. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.88 : le Zodiaque et le système solaire hindous.] Râsi Chakra. The Hindu Zodiac, and Solar system. From a picture in the collection of Colonel Stuart. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.96 : divinités hindoues.] Changa Déva. From a picture representaing a miracle performed near Poona by Naneshwer an Avantara of Vishnu. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
[pl.99 : statuettes hindoues anciennes.] From very ancient and rude casts in brafs. [cote : Réserve DS 422.R4 M 81] National Library of France
Plates illustrating the Hindu pantheon Vatican Library NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland
Śrī Sarvva Deva Sabha National Library of the Netherlands Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
Studies in Dante. Sudoc [ABES], France
Suffolk words and phrases. National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO

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