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Abrégé de la vie des principaux d'entre les disciples de Koung-tsée; ibid, XIII, p. 1-38. 2756

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Public opinion in China favors paganism; ibid, I, p. 330. 2766

Chinese ideas of the happiness of a future state ; ibid, I, p. 373. 2767

Worship of Confucius and the cost of it; ibid, I, p. 502. 2768

Instances of superstition and idolatry; ibid, II, p. 327. 2769

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2780 BRIDGMAN, E. C., Surperstitions connected with

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