'Ain-I Akbari of Abul Fazl-I-'Allami
Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1927,1949, 1948. This three-volume work describes the life and reign of Emperor Akbar, and was written by his court historian and trusted advisor, Abu'l Fazl ibn Mubarak, also known as Fazl-I-Allami. Good+. Item #8906
Complete in three volumes. Vol. 1. [untitled] / translated by H. Blochmann. 2d ed. edited by D.C. Phillott; Volume 2.. A gazetteer and administrative manual of Akbar's empire and past history of India / translated by H.S. Jarrett, . 2d. ed. corr. and further annotated by Sir J. Sarkar; Volume 3. An encyclopedia of Hindu philosophy, science, literature, and customs, with a life of the author and Akbar's wise sayings / translated by H.S. Jarrett; rev. and further annotated by Sir J. Tall octavos.
Octavo. Vol. I: lix, 741 pp.; Vol. II: ix, 420 pp.; Vol. III: ix, 528 pp. Bound in red buckram. Upper corner of first volume's book block shows ding, with chipping to very tip of approx. 70 pages. Genealogical table in back of first volume is separated along crease.