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Col. 2135. - Overland through Asia : Pictures of Si

berian, Chinese, and Tartar Life. Travels and Adventures in Kamchatka, Siberia, China, Mongolia, Chinese Tartary, and European Russia, with full Accounts of the Siberian Exiles, their Treatment, Condition, and Mode of Life, a Description of the Amoor River, and the Siberian Shores of the Frozen Ocean. With two hundred Illustrations and a Map. By Thomas W. Knox. London : Trübner & Co., Hartford: F. E. Bliss & Co., 1871, in-8, pp. xy111-608. Col. 2137, au lieu de «Thomas-Anquetel », lire « ThomasAnquetil ».

Col. 2139. Schilderungen aus dem südlichen China. (Auszüge aus Briefen.) Mitgetheilt von C. W. Stuhlmann. (Globus, XXX, 1876, pp. 285/ 286, 302/3.) Les explorations de Baber au Sseu-tch'ouan et au Yunnan. (D'après des documents allemands.) Par M. Kock. (Revue Indo

Chinoise, 15 Décembre 1907, pp. 1703/1707.) Voir col. 343 et 2141.

Col. 2141. Matwajew's Reise in das westliche China 1878. Im Auszuge nach dem Russischen der Turkestanischen Zeitung 1879, Nos. 8, 9, 10. (Globus, XXXVI, 1879, pp. 215,220.)

Col. 2171. - Le Commandant Hourst. Par Ernest Ju

det. (Le Correspondant, 1904, T. 216, pp. 809/813.)

Dans la Chine centrale - De Shang-haï à Tchong-king par les Rapides du Yangtsé, par le C Hourst. (Ibid., pp. 814/849.) La Révolte au Sé-tchouen

Au secours des Européens. (Ibid., pp. 1051/1078.) Voir col. 2171. - Voyage du comte de Marsay dans la Chine Occidentale. (La

Géographie, 15 Octobre 1906, pp. 238/9.) Voir col. 2171.

The Count de Marsay's Journey in Western China. (Geographical Journal, March 1907, p. 344.)

Col. 2172. Across the Himalayas in Mid-winter. By the Earl of Ronaldshay. (Blackwood's Mag., CLXX, Aug. 1901, pp. 206/217.) Voir col. 2172.

Sur le Yang-Tse. Journal... par Félix Hémon...

Voir col. 2172. Notico : T'oung Pao, Mai 1905, pp. 239/240. Par Henri Cordier.

Col. 2143. Oberst Unterberger's Reise in China von Tien-tsin his Tschingkiang. (Globus, XXXIX, 1881, pp. 42/6, 55/60.) Trad. libre du Russe.

Col. 2145. - No. 665 Miscellaneous Series. Diplomatic

and Consular Reports. — China. — Report on a Visit to Southern Ports of Asia. Edited at the Foreign Office. -- Presented... October 1907. London, 1907,

[Cd. 3728-1], in-8, pp. 11. By Sir A. Hosie, Acting Commercial Attaché to II, M. Legation at Peking.

Col. 2149. Reiseerinnerungen aus Japan and China. Von Ph. Lebzen. (Globus, LVI, 1889, pp. 260, 281, 296, 315, 360, 374.)

Col. 2153. – V. A. Obroutchev. Voir GÉOLOGIE, col. 516.

Max Friedrichsen, Nachrichten von einer Reise V. A. Obrutschews im Gebiet des Tarbagatai (Sommer 1905). (Petermanns Milt., 52. Bd., 1906, pp. 41/3.)

Col. 2173.
Von Omi bis Bhamo... von H. Hackmann.

1905. - Col. 2173. 2. Aufl., Berlin, 1907, in-8.

My Travels in China, Japan and Java, 1903 By H. H. The Raja-i-Rajgan Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala With 56 illustrations a photogravure frontispiece and a map. London : Hutchinson, 1905, in-8, pp. Xil226. Dr. Betz, col. 2173-4; voir col. 3068. * W. S. Percival. — Twenty Years in the Far East. Sketches of Sport, Travel, and Adventure. With Illustrations. 1905, in-8,

pp. 372.

Col. 2159.
K. Futterer. Durch Asien. Bd. I.

Geog. Charakter-Bilder. 1901, gr. in-8. Notice : Keleti Szemle, 1907, No. 1, pp. 145/157, par Martin Hartminn.

Karl Futterers Reise in Zentralasien. (Petermanns Mitt., 51. Bd. 1905, pp. 165/167.)

Col. 2174. Trois mois au Kouang-Si. Voir col. 2174. Notices : Toung Pao, Mai 1906, pp. 306/7. Par Henri Cordier.

Miss. Cath., XXXVIII, 5 Oct. 1906, p. 480. Bul. Com. Asie franç., Mai 1906, pp. 195/7. - Det Nya Östasien af Hjalmar Cassel

Med 180 illustrationer (Hvaraf ett stort antal helsides bilder). Stockholm, Albert Bonnier, s. d. [1906], in-8, 4 ff. n. ch. p. l. tit., tab., etc. + pp. 366.

Heimwärts vom fernen Osten. Erinnerungen eines deutschen Kaufmanns aus Port Arthur. Von Bernhard Donath. Strassburg i. E. und Leipzig, 1906, gr. in-8, pp. 145, ill. Pour voyager en Chine. Par le Capitaine Vaudescal. (Revue des Troupes colon., 1906, II, pp. 501 508.) (Voyages DANS LES TEMPS MODERNES.)

Col. 2166. Séoul-Tientsin-Pékin (Soptembre Octobre 1900). Par Henry Dumolard. (Revue bleue, I, 1901, pp. 5/12, 36/42.) - En route vers Pékin (Septembre-Octobre 1900). Par Henry Dumolard. (Ibid., pp. 65/71, 107/113.)

(Voyages DANS LES TEMPS MODERNES.)

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Nos. 4 à 5.
Voir col. 3061. -

New China. Two Months in the Yangtse Valley. By W. W. * Wanderings East of Suez : in Ceylon,
Lindsay. (East of Asia, Vol. 5, No. 2, June 1906, pp. 132/138.)
Ostasienfahrt. Erlebnisse und Beobach-

India, China and Japan. By Frederic

Courtland Penfield. London: G. Bell & tungen eines Naturforschers in China, Japan und Ceylon. Von Dr. Franz Doflein,

Sons, 1907, in-8, pp. xv111-350. Illustrations.

Notice : Lond. & China Express, 5 July 1907. Privatdozent der Zoologie an der Universität München... Mit zahlreichen Abbil

Itinéraire dans le Hou nann Nord occidungen im Text und auf 18 Tafeln sowie dental et dans le Kiang si Occidental par mit 4 Karten. Leipzig und Berlin, B. G.

F. Harfeld Capitaine d'Artillerie, Adjoint Teubner, 1906, gr. in-8, pp. x111-511. Il- d'Etat-Major. Vanderauwera & Cie, Brulustrations.

xelles, 1907, in-8, pp. 64, ill. et carte.

Ext. du Bulletin de la Société Royale Belge de Géographie, 1907, . * C. Gibson. — In Eastern Wonderlands; illustrated from photographs [Honolulu,

Cf. Geog. Journal, March 1908, pp. 3345. Japan, China, Ceylon, India, Egypt], 1906, Voyage de M. Chavannes en Chine. in-8.

(T"oung Pao, No. 4, Octobre 1907, -* A Cruise through Eastern Seas : Being pp. 561/5; No. 5, Déc. 1907, pp. 709/710.) a Traveller's Guide to the Principal Ob

Mr. Cecil Clementi's Journey across southern China. (Geogr. jects of Interest in the Far East. By A.G.

Journ., Nov. 1907, pp. 516/7.)

- Voyage de M. Cecil Clementi à travers la Chine méridionale. Plate. E. Stanford : London, 1906, pp. 294, Par D. Aitoff. (La Géographie, 15 Nov. 1907, pp. 323/4.) cartes et ill.

- * Prince Scipion Borghese. — De Pekin Notice : Lond. & China Express, March 1st, 1907.

à Paris : la Moitié du Monde vue d'une Imperial Outposts. By Colonel A. M.

automobile en soixante jours. Relation de Murray. London, John Murray.

voyage par... Louis Barzini. Paris:Hachette Notice : Lond. & China Express, Supp., 5 July 1907, pp. 1/2. et Cie., 1908 [1907), gr. in-8, pp. XV1-448,

French Expedition to Western China. (Geogr. Journal, February 1907, p. 225.)

cartes et illustrations. Mission d'Ollone. Extraits de lettres de llanoi, 1er Mars, et Hankéou (Chine), 18 Mars. (La Géographie, 1907, 15 Dai, p. 368.)

* Pekin to Paris. An account of Prince Mission d'Ollone. (Ibid., 15 Juin, pp. 469 470; 15 Sept.,

Borghese's Journey across two continents pp. 196/7.)

in a motor-car. By Luigi Barzini. TransMission d’Ollone. Rapport du capi

lated by L. P. de Castelvecchio. With an taine d'Ollone, chef de mission dans la

introduction by Prince Borghese. Grant Chine occidentale, à M. le Président de la Richards, in-8, pp. 645. Société de Géographie. Souifou, le 1er Juillet 1907. (Ibid., 15 Oct., pp. 265/271.)

* Letters from the Far East. By S. Ch.

Eliot. London. Edw. Arnold. 1907, pp. 188. - Captain D'Ollone in Western China. (Geogr. Journal, October 1907, p. 437.)

Notice : Lond. China Express, May 24, 1907. Mission d'Ollone. (La Géographie, 1907, 15 Nov., pp. 348/9 ; In the Footsteps of Marco Polo. Being the Account of a Jour15 Déc., p. 428.)

ney Overland from Simla to Pekin. By Major Clarence Dal- La mission du capitaine d'Ollone. Traversée du pays des Lo- rymple Bruce. los. (Bull. Soc. Géog., Lyon, XXII, No. 137, pp. 147/8.)

Voir : TIEN CHAN NAN LOU. La Mission d'ollone. Par H. C.[ordier.) (T’oung Pao, Mars

- Voyage de M. (Jacques) Bacot. (La Géographie, 15 Déc. 1907, 1908, pp. 100/9.)

p. 428.) La Mission d'ollone. (Bull. Com. Asie franç., Janv. 1908,

De Pékin aux Indes par le Gobi et le Tibet, par le comte pp. 7/8.)

de Lesdain, Par Frédéric Lemoine. (ibid., 15 janvier 1900, Un voyage de Pékin à la frontière du Tonkin. (Ibid.,

pp. 86/8.) 1907, pp. 101/2.)

Un récit de ce voyage en anglais va paraitre chez John Murray, Voyage du Dr. Morrison, correspondant du Times à Pékin. (VOYAGES DANS LES TEMPS MODERNES.)

(VOYAGES DANS LES TEMPS MODERNES.)

Mars

Londres.

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No. 29. Notes on the Hwangho, 1906. - China. — Imperial Maritime Customs. — II. - Special Series : No. 29. -- NOTES ON THE HWANGHO, or Yellow River; including Extracts from a Report on the Condition of the South Bank immediately below Lo-k'ou. - Published... - Shanghai : ...

1906, in-4, pp. 11-29 + 9 pl. Par Capt. W. F. Tyler.

II.

Col. 2188.
China. - Imperial Maritime Customs. –

Special Series : No. 27. - An Inquiry into the Commercial Liabilities and Assets of China in International Trade.

Published by order of The Inspector General of Customs - Shanghai: Printed at the Statistical Department of the Inspectorate general of Customs. 1904,

in-4, pp. 15. By H. B. Morse.

Étude sur le Commerce de la Chine en 1906. Par L. Bourret. (Bul. écon., Hanoi, Juillet 1907, pp. 554/575.) D'après les rapports des Douanes chinoises.

Anglo-Chinese Commerce and Diplomacy (Mainly in the Nineteenth Century). By A. J. Sargent (M. A., Oxon.) Appointed Teacher of Foreign Trade in the University of London at the London School of Economics. Oxford, At the Clarendon

Press, 1907, in-8, pp. x1-332. Notices : Lond. & China Express, Nov. 29, 1907. T'oung Pao,

1908, Mars, pp. 117/118, par Henri Cordier.

III. MISCELLANEOUS SERIES.

Col. 2199. China. - Imperial Maritime Customs. III. Miscellaneous Series : No. 27. Alphabetical Index of Imperial Post Offices and Postal Agencies. — Published by order of The Inspector General of Customs. - Shanghai : Printed at the Statistical Department of the Inspectorate General of Customs. 1904, pet. in-4, pp. 40.

-郵政成語輯要 A Glossary of the Principal Chinese Expressions occurring in Postal Documents. Compiled by J.W.H. Ferguson, Shanghai, Statistical Department of the Inspectorate General of Customs, 1906, pp. 43.

Notice : N. C. Herald, May 25, 1906.

Douanes impériales.
I. – STATISTICAL SERIES.

Col. 2190.
No.7. - Native Customs Trade Returns.

No. 3. Quinquennial Reports and Returns, 1902-06. — Published... – Shanghai, 1907, in-4, pp. 121.

(OUVRAGES DIVERS. DOUANES IMPÉRIALES.)

Col. 2203. Le commerce anglo-chinois et le commerce franco-chinois. (Bull. Com. esie française, 1905, Janvier, pp. 29/34.) La direction des Douanes impériales chinoises - Une mani. festation de la « Chine aux Chinois ». (Ibid., 1906, Mai, Pp. 175/7.)

La question des douanes impériales chinoises. (Ibid., Juin, pp. 256/7.) Bruits de retraite de Sir Robert Hart. (Ibid., Juillet, pp. 284/5.) La question des douanes chinoises. (Ibid., Août, pp. 312/13.) La question des douanes maritimes Memorandum de la China

(DOUANES IMPÉRIALES.)

Association à Sir Edward Grey par R. S. Gundry. (Ibid., Sept., Les douanes maritimes. Circulaire de Robert Hart, Inspecteur pp. 358/360.) – Voir col. 2201.

général. (Ibid., 1907, Janv., pp. 32/3.) La question des douanes impériales. (Ibid., Oct., pp. 997/8.)

- Le service des douanes maritimes (chinoises). (Ibid., Arril,

Pp. 142/3.) Les Douanes impériales maritimes chi

Col. 2204. noises. Par Henri Cordier. (T’oung Pao, – James Duncan Campbell Nécrologie par Henri Octobre 1906, pp. 515/525.)

Cordier. ( T'’oung Pao, No. 5, Déc. 1907, p. 712.) Article paru dans le Temps, 15 et 16 Août 1906.

James Duncan Campbell, né en 1833 ; * 3 Déc. 1907, à 18 Clan

ricarde Gardens, London, W. Les douanes maritimes. (Bull. Com. Asie française, Nov. 1906,

Les douanes maritimes impériales. (Bull. Con. Asie frak, Pp. 451 2.)

février 1908, p. 76.)

III. — PORTS OUVERTS AU COMMERCE ÉTRANGER.

Ouvrages divers.

Col. 2213.
– Aus dem Leben der Europäer in China,

Plauderei nach einem Vortrag von Prof.
Dr. Friedrich Hirth. (Die Romanwelt,...)

Seaports of the Far East illustrated
Historical and descriptive Commercial and
Industrial Facts, Figures, & Resources.
Entered at Stationers' Hall. London: Al-
lister Macmillan - 28 Shoe lane, E.C. -

MDCCCcvii, in-4, pp. 300. Vue de Hong Kong sur le titre.

* Who's who in the Far East, 1906-1907. London, 1906, in-8.

tions. A Study in the Earliest Dawn of Civilisation. By Thos W. Kingsmill, pp. 165/215.

Notes and Queries, pp. 216 226. - Literary Notes, pp. 227/257.

A Classified List of the Articles printed in the Journal of the
North-China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society from 1899 to
1907 [For a former List see Vol. XXVI, 1891/2], pp. 259,262.

Recent books on China and the Far East, pp. 263/4.
· Proceedings, pp. 265/8.
List of Members, p. VIII.

..

T'ien-tsin. - Mouvement maritime du port de Tien-tsin en 1904. (Bull.

Com. Asie française, février 1906, p. 73.)

Tche-fou. William-Alexander Cornabé, + 9 Oct. 1907, à Coed, Woodridings, Pinner, dans sa 729 année.

* The International Red Cross Society of

Shanghai. Report, 1904-6.
Notice : Chin. Rec., Aug. 1906, pp. 455/6.

Sir Thomas Hanbury. Nécrologie par Henri Cordier. (T 'oung

Pao, Mars 1907, pp. 123/4.) + 9 Mars 1907, à La Mortola.

Robert W. Little. By L. D. (Journal N. C. B. R. A. Soc., XXXVII, 1906, pp. 220/1.) - The East of Asia Magazine. May, 1903.

Part 1. Vol. 2. A non-political illustrated
quarterly. — Price $ 1.50. — Shanghai :

.
North-China Herald » Office, gr. in-8.
Voir col. 2266-2267.
Contient :

A Trip in Summer through the Yangtze Gorges. By Dr. George
F. Stooke, pp. 329. The Corean School System. By J. Paske,
Pp. 24/30.

Confucius and Christ, not Enemies but Friends.
By Pastor P. Kranz, pp. 31/42. A Trip to the Hangehow
Bore. By John Green, pp. 43/58.

The Goat in China, pp. 59! 60. The Buddhist God of Ourga, p. 60. John Chinaman as a Humorist. By Helena von Poseck, pp. 61/66, - Tang Laorenkia. By W. J. Hunnes, pp. 67/69. – The Hanoi Esposition. By Charles S. Leavenworth, M. A., pp. 70 80.- Some Notes on Chinese Festivals and their Observances. By P. Otto, pp. 81/94. Cormorant Fishing, pp. 95/97. Book Review, p. 98.

July... Part 2.
Contient :

Glimpses of Vladivostock. By Rev. Joseph Whiteside, pp. 99!
106. The Japanese Women's University. By Miss E. P.
Hughes, pp. 107/118. Plato and Confucius : their Life and
Teaching : A Comparison. By L, Odontius, pp. 119/131.

The Entry of the Son of Heaven > into His Residence. By C. Westphal, pp. 132/136. The Kowtow. By C. Fredrich, PP. 137 149. - Chinese Arebitecture. By Mrs. Archibald Little. Pp. 150, 166, Chinese Fans. By E. Ruhstrat, pp. 167/8. Mountain and Cliff at Weihaiwei. (North Section) By C. E. Bruce-Nitford, pp. 169/173. - Refuge Towers of North Yunnan, By Ber. S. Pollard, pp. 174 176. - From a Collection of Bronzes oi & Chinese Viceroy. By Lic. H. Hackmann, pp. 177/184. – Buddhism in llwang Mei. By Carl F. Kupfer, Ph. D., Pp. 185, 194.

(CHANG-HAY.)

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Journal of the North-China Branch of the
Royal Asiatic Society for the Year 1907.
New Series. Vol. XXXVIII. Shanghai,

in-8, pp. 11-268 + vill.
Contents,
- Currency in China. By H. B. Morse, pp. 11-1/60.

Witchcraft in the Chinese Penal Code. By E. T. Williams,
Pp. 61/96.

Contribution to the Nomenclature of Chinese Plants. By the
late Dr. Ernst Faber, pp. 97/164.
The Two Zodiacs (solar and lunar) Their Origin and Connec-

(OUVRAGES DIVERS. TIEN-TSIN-CHANG-HAY.)

1904, March. Vol.3. Part 1.... – Price :

October... Part 3.

Sept... Part 3.
Contient :

Contient :
Canton. By C. Bone, pp. 195/211. The International Con- The Miao and Chungchia Tribes of Kueichow Province. By Sa-
gress of Orientalists at Hanoi. By Charles S. Leavenworth, muel R. Clarke, pp. 193/207. - Manchuria, the Coveted Land.
M. A., pp. 212 216. When the Peach Competes with the

Observations of an American traveller in Manchuria before the
Plum By George A. Clayton, pp. 217/222. Sketches from War. By G. W. Hinman, M. A., pp. 208/217. Chinese Cus-
North Yunnan. By Rev. S. Pollard, pp. 223/227. The Impe- toms connected with Births, Marriages and Deaths. By Helena
rial Pleasure Grounds. By Rev. C. A. Stanley, pp. 228 9.

von Poseck. II. Pp. 218/231. Morning Walks around Han-
Two Famous Modern Sieges. By Arthur H. Smith, pp. 230/240. yang. By W. Arthur Cornaby, pp. 232/237.

The Jo-i, or,
At the Head of the Witches' Gorge; A little noticed town. Sceptre of Good Fortune. By Dr. Joseph Edkins, pp. 238/240.
By Mrs. A. Little, pp. 241/252. Chinese Provident Clubs. By

Curious Bridges in Interior China. By W. M. Upcraft,
James Ware, pp. 253/258. A Pilgrimage in a Peking Cart. PP. 241/247. The Simpleton, the Princess, and the Daughter
By D. C. Rankin, pp. 259/264. Hankow. By C. Wilfrid Allan, of the King. A fairy tale. (Translated from the Chinese by
Pp. 265/273.

The Martyrs' Memorial. By W. J. Hnnnex, Ardsheal), pp. 248/263. Pootoo : China's Sacred Island. I.
Pp. 274/278. Morning Walks Around Hanyang. II. By W. By Carl F. Kupfer, Ph. D., pp. 264/281. The Loochoo Is.
Arthur Cornaby, pp. 279/283. - The Eight Genii. By Dr. Jo- lands. By Charles S. Leavenworth, M. A., pp. 282,302. Ex
sepb Edkins, pp. 284/287. - Chinese Anecdotes. By Helena von Oriente Lux, pp. 303/4.
Poseck, p. 288. Book Reviews, pp. 289/290.

Dec... Part 4.
December... Part 4.

Contient :
Contient :

Gem of the Orient Earth. By C. Montalto de Jesus, pp. 305/
- Up Fuji with a Camera, an account of the journey from sea 319.

Notes of a Voyage Across Manchuria. I. By Count Vay
to summit. By C. E. Bruce-Mitford, pp. 291/304. The Hamlet De Vaya, pp. 320/330. The Beautiful River Min. By Kate E.
Amidst the Hills. By George A. Clayton, pp. 305/308. The Kauffman, pp. 331/343. The Chinese Mandarin; his virtues
Japanese Manoeuvres. By Francis McCullagh, pp. 309/326.

and his vices. By John Hedley, pp. 344/356. - Pootoo : China's
Kuling. By Samuel Isett Woodbridge, pp. 327/336. Chinese Sacred Island. II. By Emma Inveen, pp. 357/362. Deinons
Customs connected with Births, Marriages and Deaths. By He- scare-demon. By W. Arthur Cornaby, pp. 363/370.

The Loo-
lena von Poseck, pp. 337/340. - Stories of Nanking. By Robert choo Islands. II. By Charles S. Leavenworth, M. A., pp. 371/
Case Beebe, M. D., pp. 341/351. - Lu K'an and His Sayings. 386. - Sketches in Java. By Harold M. Mackenzie. I. l'p. 387/
By W. Arthur Cornaby, pp. 352 356. The Weighing of the 399. - A Chinese Draco. By Helena von Poseck, p. 400.
Elephant or how Kan lo became prime minister. (Translated
from the Chinese by Ardsheal), pp. 357/364. The Ningpo

1905, March. Vol. 4. Part 1. ...
Green Stone Quarries. By J. E. Denham, pp. 365/371. The
Triennial Examinations in China. By W. E. Macklin, M. B., Contient :
Pp. 372/375. – The Feast of the Seventh Moon. By F. J. Dy- Memories of Manila. By Cameron Johnson, pp. 1/23. Chi-
mond, pp. 376 378. - Bits of Chinese Humour. By Frank H.

nese Customs connected with Births, Marriages and Deaths. III.
Chalfant, pp. 379/380. The Five-Dragon Cave. By J. Griffith,

By Helena von Poseck, pp. 24/32. Types of Japanese Scene-
Pp. 381/983.
Book Reviews, pp. 384/6.

ry : Nikko and Asama. By C. E. Bruce-Mitford, F. R, G, S.,
pp. 33/44. - Kia Hua Shan, or The Nine-Lotus-Flower Moun-
tain. By Carl F. Kupfer, Ph.D., pp. 45/56. — Notes of a Voyage

Skirt-

across Manchuria. II. Count Vay de Vaya, pp. 57/69.
Mex. $ 1.50. — Ibid.

ing Babuland. By Samuel Pollard, pp. 70/79. - The Fairyland
Contient :

of China. I. By James Ware, pp. 80 89. The Chinese Educa-

tional Exbibit at St. Lonis. C. M, Lacey Sites, Ph. D., pp. 90/
The School System of China. By Arthur H. Smith, pp. 1/10.

97. - Book Reviews, pp. 98/100.
Gems from the Tao Teh King of Lao Tsze. Taoist Texts, p. 10.
Lake Biwa. By Charles S. Leavenworth, M. A., pp. 11 22.

June... Part 2.
Gems from the Tao Teh King of Lao Tsze. Taoist Texts, p. 22.

Christian Music in China. By Laura Marsden White, pp. 23/ Contient :
28. - St. John's College, Shanghai. By Rev. F. L. Hawks Pott,

H. I. M. Kuang Hsu's Decree on Reform, By S. T. Laisun,
D. D., pp. 29/32. - The Returned Student. By W. W. Yen,

pp. 101/105.

- A Summer's Holiday in Eastern Tibet. By Emma
Pp. 33/15.
The Lois, or Aborigines of Hainan. By Kate L.

Inveen, pp. 106/119. -
Schaeffer, pp. 46/50. The Gotch Robinson Memorial College,

The Fairyland of China. II. By James

Ware, pp. 120/127. Ningpo : Ancient and Modern. By Arch-
Chingchoufu. By J. S. Whitewright, pp. 51 66. Gems from

deacon A. E. Moule, B. D., pp. 128/138. – The Three Ques-
the Kan Ying Pien of Lao Tsze. Taoist Texts, p. 66. - Mar-

tions ; or, the English Abbot and the Chinese Tutor. By Helena
riage in China. By W. Remfry Hunt, pp. 67/70. – Foochow and

von Poseck, pp. 139/144. - West Szechuen's Most Remarkable
the River Min. By Myron C. Wilcox, Ph. D., pp. 71/86.

Work. Kwanhsien Artificial Irrigation. By James Hutson, pp. 1451
Where the River god Lies Buried. A Chinese Nature study. By

161. - Sketches in Java. II. By Harold M. Mackenzie, pp. 162
George A. Clayton, pp. 87/91. Leaves from a Corean Garden,

The Yellow Peril [Translated from « Je Sais Tout »],
Pp. 92/94.
Gems from the Kan Ying Pien of Lao Tsze. Taoist

Pp. 168/174.

Through Siberia to China. By E. H. Edwards,
Texts, p. 94. Book Review, PP. 95/6.

M. B., C.M., pp. 175/182. The Saddle Islands. By Edward
June... Part 2.

S. Little, pp. 183/193. Chinese Students in Japan. By W. W.

Yen, pp. 194 6. Notes on the Epidemic of Bubonic Plague
Contient :

in Hainan. By P. W. McClintock, pp. 197/200.
- The Imperial University at Taiynenfu, Shansi. Taiyuenfu :

Sept... Part 3
historical and mythological. By Prof. L. R. O. Bevan, pp. 97/
100. Boxer Massacres in Taiyuenfu. By E. H. Edwards, M. D., Contient :
pp. 100/2. The Imperial University, Sbansi. By Principal Moir

Confucius and Mencius. An Imperial Appreciation. By James
Duncan, pp. 102/5. Description of Buildings. By Prof. Myron H.

Ware, pp. 201/209. - Progress and Reform in Hunan Province.
Peck, pp. 105; 110. Psychological. By Prof. E.R. Lyman, pp. 110/

By T. J. Preston, pp. 210/219. Koropok gurn, or Pit-dwellers
114. Athletics at the Shansi University. By Prof. R. W. Swal-

of North Japan. By the Rev. J. Batchelor, F. R. G. S., pp. 220/
low, pp. 114 116. Provincial Education, Shansi Province. By

226. Sir Diamond, the Demon Vanquisher. By W. Arthur
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