very one, nowadays, who knows anything about ancient litera tures and ancient creeds, knows the exceptional interest belonging to the Hindu Veda, both as a literary and as a religious monument. Al

most every one, too, knows the difficulty of entering this great mine of primeval thought and belief, ? from which, it is true, many treasures of golden ore have been brought to day, but which has never been

thrown fully open to the explorer. With its exploration the name of Professor Muller has for long years been closely and conspicuously

connected; and now that we have from his hand the beginning of a translation, and a fully annotated translation, or traduction raisonnee, as he styles it, of the Veda, it cannot be otherwise than important to se

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