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English: A page of the Hikayat Abdullah by Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir (Munshi Abdullah, 1796–1854) written in Malay in the Jawi script, from the collection of the National Library of Singapore. A rare first edition, it was written between 1840 and 1843, printed by lithography and published in Singapore by the Mission Press in 1849. See Hikayat Abdullah, 1849. Treasures from the World's Great Libraries, National Library of Australia. Retrieved on 2008-11-18.
Date 1849.(1849.)
Source http://www.nla.gov.au/worldtreasures/html/theme-people-7-hikayat.html.
Author Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir.
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