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CATALOGUE

OF THE

LIBRARY

OF THE

NORTH-CHINA BRANCH

OF THE

ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY.
(Including the Library of Alex. WYLIE, Esq.)

Systematically classed.

RELIGION. I. MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. *1 The Ceremonies and religious Customs of the idolatrous Nations; together with

historical annotations, and several curious discourses equally instructive and

entertaining. Written originally in French .... by Mr. Bernard Picart. Vol. IV, Part II, faithfully translated into English, by a Gentleman some time

since of St. John's College in Oxford. London, printed by William Jackson, for Claude du Bosc, 1733, folio.

The complete work was published in 7 vols. folio usually bound in 6–1733-1739. 223 plates, £8. 8/0. Large paper £12. 12/0. This work was published weekly, by subscription (Lowndes.)

French editions: Amst. 1723-43, 8 tom. in 9 folio volumes. Amst. 1739-43— Paris, 1741, 7 vol.-Paris, 1783, 4 folio vol. (text by Poncelin)–Paris, 1810, 13 vol.

folio--( from Brunet.) *2 Het Gebet des Heeren in veertien Talen strekkende tot Proeve van Letters van

het gewoon europeesch karakter afwijkende, aanwezig ter Boekdrukker ij van E. J. Brill, Boekhandelaar en Akademiedrukker, te Leiden, 1855, ppt 4°

II. BRAHMANISM. 3 Translation of several principal books, passages, and texts of the Veds, and of

some controversial works on Brahminical Theology by Rajah Rammohun Roy. Second edition, London, Parbury Allen & Co.

This volume contains the following three pamphlets. 4 Translation of an abridgment of the Vedant or Resolution of all the Veds;

the most celebrated and revered work of Brahminical Theology; establishing the unity of the Supreme Being; and that He alone is the object of propitiation and worship, by Rammohun Roy. Calcutta, 1816, 14 pag.=Translation of the Ishopanishad, one of the chapters of the Yagur Veda : according to the Commentary of the celebrated Shankar-Achárya; establishing the unity and incomprehensibility of the Supreme Being; and that his worship alone can lead to eternal beatitude—by the same. Calcutta, 1816, xxiv-8 pag.=A defence of Hindoo Theism in reply to the attack of an advocate for idolatry

at Madras by the same. Calcutta, 1817, 58 pag., small 4° 5 Exposé de quelques uns des principaux articles de la Théogonie des Brahmes,

contenant la Description détaillée du Grand Sacrifice du Cheval, appelé Assua-Meda; de l'origine et des grandeurs du Gange; du Temple célèbre de Gaya; des principaux Avataras, ou Incarnations de Vichnou, etc.; extrait et traduit des meilleurs originaux écrits dans les langues du pays, par M. l'abbé J. A. Dubois. Paris, Dondey Dupré, 1825, 8°

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*6 The religious aspects of Hindu Philosophy stated and discussed. A Prize Essay by the Rev. Joseph Mullens. London, Smith, Elder de Co., 1860, 8°

Introduction.
Part. I. General View of the Systems of Hindu Philosophy.

The Vedic Age.

The three chief systems.
Chap. 1 the Sankhya.

2 the Nyaya.

the Vedanta.

4 Comparison of the three systems. II. The chief religious errors of these systems. III. Discussion of these errors.

IV. An Outline of scientific and religious truth. *6a The Sánkhya Káriká, or Memorial Verses on the Sánkhya Philosophy by

Iswara Krishna; translated from the Sanscrit by Henry Thomas Colebrooke, Esq., also the Bháshya or Commentary of Gaurapáda; translated and illustrated by an original comment by Henry Hayman Wilson. Oxford,

Or. trans. fund, 1837, 4° 7 Essays and Lectures chiefly on the Religion of the Hindus, by the late H. H.

Wilson, M.A., F.R.S. Boden Professor in the University of Oxford .... collected and edited by Dr. Reinholt Rost. London, Trübner & Co., 1862, 2 vols., 8°

Vol. I. A sketch of the religious Sects of the Hindus.

II. Miscellaneous Essays aud Lectures. 8 The Vishnú Puráná: a system of Hindu Mythology and tradition translated

from the original sanskrit by the late H. H. Wilson .... edited by

Fitzedward Hall. London, Trübner & Co., 1864, 2 vols., 8° 9 A sketch of the religious Sects of the Hindus, 8°

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III. BUDDHISM AND RELIGIONS OF CHINA. *10 Introduction à l'histoire du Buddhisme indien par E. Burnouf. Tome premier

(the only one published.) Paris, Imp. Royale, 1844, 4° *11 Le Lotus de la Bonne Loi, traduit du Sanscrit, accompagné d'un commentaire

et de vingt et un Mémoires relatifs au Buddhisme, par M. E. Burnouf.

Paris, Imp. Nationale, 1852, 4° *12 Parabole de l'Enfant égaré formant le chapitre IV du Lotus de la Bonne Loi

publiée pour la première fois en Sanscrit et en tibétain, lithographiée à la manière des livres du Tibet, et accompagnée d'une traduction française d'après la version tibétaine du Kanjour par Ph. Ed. Foucaux. Paris, B.

Duprat, 1854, 8° 18 Three Lectures on Buddhism by Rev. Ernest J. Eitel. Hongkong and London,

1871, ppt. 8° 14 Panthéon chinois, ou Parallèle entre le Culte religieux des Grecs et celui des

des Chinois; avec de nouvelles preuves que la Chine a été connue des Grecs et que les Sérès des auteurs classiques ont été des Chinois par Joseph Hager.

Paris, Didot l'aîné 1806, 4 to. *15 Specimen du Gya-Tcher-Rol-Pa (Lalita Vistara) Partie du chapitre VII, con

tenant la naissance de Cakya-Muni. Texte tibétain traduit en français et

ccompagné de notes par Ph. Ed. Foucaux. Paris, B. Duprat, 1841, 8°,

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33 pag.

" Rgya Tch'her Rol Pa ou développement des Jeux contenant l'histoire du Bouddha Cakya-Mouni, traduit sur la version tibétaine par Ph. Ed. Foucaux. lère. partie tes tibétain, 2e. Partie Traduction français" à été publié en 2 vols. in 4° à Paris, 1847—8.

16 Buddhism in Thibet by Emil Schlagintweit, LLD. Atlas of objects of Buddhist worship. XX-plates. Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1863, folio.

The text published the same year forms one vol., roy. 8° *17 Historia Cultus Sinensium, seu varia Scripta de Cultibus Sinarum .... oblata

Innocentio XII pontifici maximo .... Coloniæ, 1700, 2 vols., 12° *18 Die Religion und der Cultus der alten Chinesen von Dr. Joh. Heinrich Plath. München, 1862, 4° Vide a

List of the Principal Buddhistical Works from the Pali, in Chinese Characters by Mr. Gutzlaff” in Journal R. As. Society, IX, pag. 207.

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JURISPRUDENCE.

19 Ta Tsing Leu Lee: being the Fundamental Laws, and a selection from the

supplementary statutes, of the Penal Code of China; originally printed and published in Pekin, in various successive editions, under the sanction, and by the authority of the several emperors of the Ta Tsing, or present dynasty.

Translated from the Chinese and accompanied with an appendix consisting of authentic documents and a few occasional notes by Sir George Thomas Staunton. London, Cadell, 1810, 4°

It has been translated into French, with notes, by Mr. Félix Renouard de Sainte

Croix, Paris, Lenormant, 1812, 2 vols. 8° 20 A Digest of Hindu Law on Contracts and successions : with a commentary by

Jagannatha Tercapanchanana translated from the original sanscrit by H. T.
Colebrooke, 3rd edition. London, 1801, Madras, 1864-65, 2 vols. 8°

First edition, Calcutta, 1797, 4 vols. 4°
Second do. London, 1801, (not 1800 as stated in Lowndes), 3 vols. 8°

SCIENCES AND ARTS.

I. GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS 21 The Encyclopædia Britannica or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General

Literature. Eighth Edition, with extensive improvements and additions ; and numerous engravings. Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh, 1853-1860,

21 vols. 4° and Index. *22 A Dictionary of Terms in Art, edited and illustrated by F. W. Fairholt, F.S.A.

Virtue Hall & Virtue, London, s. a. 8°

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II. PHILOSOPHICAL AND MORAL SCIENCES. *23 Les Livres Classiques de l'Empire de la Chine recueillis par le Père Noel;

précédés d'observations sur l'origine, la nature et les effets de la philosophie morale et politique dans cet empire. 7 vols., bound in-4, in-18.

Tome I. Paris, 1784.-Morale et Politique des Chinois.

Tome II. 1783.–Observations—La Grande Science ou Science des Adultes-Le Juste Milieu ou le Milieu immuable.

Tome III. 1785.-Avant-propos—Le Livre des Sentences.
Tome IV. 1785.-Suite du Livre des Sentences.
Tome V. 1786.-Avant-propos—Mengtsée ou le Livre de Memcius.
Tome VI. 1786.-Suite de Memcius.

Tome VII. 1786.-Avant-propos - Le Livre de la Piété filiale-Le Livre de l'Ecole des Enfants.

Le P. François Noël, savant jésuite allemand et missionnaire à la Chine, naquit vers 1640. Vide Rémusat's Nouveaux Mélanges Asiatiques. Tome Second, p. 252

et seq.

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