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" ... restored the other two copies also. The assembled priests then read out the three books simultaneously. In those three versions, neither in a signification nor in a single misplacement by transposition, nay even in the thera-controversies, and in... "
The Mahávan̥sa, Part II.: Containing Chapters XXXIX. to C - Page 169
by Dhammakitti - 1909 - 518 pages
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An Epitome of the History of Ceylon, Compiled from Native Annals: And the ...

George Turnour - Pali literature - 1836 - 390 pages
...misplacement hy transposition ; nay, even in the thera controversies, and in the text (of the Pitakattya), was there in the measure of a verse, or in the letter...fervently shouted forth, saying, " Most assuredly this is Metteyyo (Buddho) himself;" and made over to him the hooks in which the Pitakattya were recorded, together...
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The Maháwanṣo in Roman Characters: With the Translation Subjoined; and an ...

Mahānāma - Buddhism - 1837 - 460 pages
...versions, neither in a signification, nor in a single misplacement by transposition ; nay even in the th6ra controversies, and in the text (of the Pitakattaya),...fervently shouted forth, saying, " Most assuredly this is Mettoyyo (Buddho) himself;" and made over to him the books in which the Pitakattaya were recorded,...
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The Maháwanso in Roman Characters: With the Translation Subjoined and an ...

Mahānāma, George Turnour - Buddhism - 1837 - 446 pages
...neither in a signification, nor in a single misplacement by transposition ; nay even in the théra controversies, and in the text (of the Pitakattaya),...fervently shouted forth, saying, " Most assuredly this is Mettéyyo (Buddho) himself;" and made over to him the books in which the Pitakattaya were recorded,...
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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 6, Part 1

Asia - 1837 - 732 pages
...Pitakattayan) was there in the measure of verse, or in the letter of a word, the slightest variation. Therefore the priesthood rejoicing, again and again fervently shouted forth, saying, ' most assuredly this is METTEYTO (Вивово) himself;' and made over to him the books in which the Pitakatteya» were recorded,...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 6

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - Asia - 1841 - 630 pages
...acquainted, that in three translations which he made independently of each other, " There was [not] in the measure of a verse, or in the letter of a word, the slightest variation." Does not the above fact add strength to the inference derived from the absence of ancient Sanskrit...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 6

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - Asia - 1841 - 640 pages
...acquainted, that in three translations which he made independently of each other, " There was [not] in the measure of a verse, or in the letter of a word, the slightest variation." Does not the above fact add strength to the inference derived from the absence of ancient Sanskrit...
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Notes on the Religious, Moral, and Political State of India Before the ...

Sykes (Colonel, William Henry) - India - 1841 - 256 pages
...acquainted, that in three translations which he made independently of each other, " There was [not] in the measure of a verse, or in the letter of a word, the slightest variation." Does not the above fact add strength to the inference derived from the absence of ancient Sanskrit...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 6

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - Asia - 1841 - 694 pages
...acquainted, that in three translations which he made independently of each other, " There was [not] in the measure of a verse, or in the letter of a word, the slightest variation." Does not the above fact add strength to the inference derived from the absence of ancient Sanskrit...
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Sidath Sangarawa: A Grammar of the Singhalese Language

Vedeha (Thera) - Sinhalese language - 1852 - 560 pages
...and condensing them into an abridged form, he composed the commentary called the 'Wihiuddsmaggan.' " Thereupon the priesthood, rejoicing, again and again...fervently shouted forth, saying, ' Most assuredly this is Metteyyo(Budha) himself,' and made over to him the books in which the Pitakattaya were recorded, together...
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A Manual of Budhism, in Its Modern Development

Robert Spence Hardy - Buddhism - 1853 - 560 pages
...neither in a signification, nor in a single misplacement by transposition ; nay, even in the thero controversies, and in the text (of the Pitakattaya)...fervently shouted forth, saying, ' Most assuredly this is Metteyyo (Buddho) himself ; ' and made over to him the books in which the Pitakattaya were recorded,...
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