Imágenes de páginas
[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

losigkeit dieser Benennung, Bull. Sc. de l'Ac. de

St. Petersb., I, 1836. 2877

Kritischer Versuch zur Feststellung der
Aera und der ersten geschichtlichen Momente des

Buddhismus; ibid, VI, 1840.
2878 MORRISON, R., Remarks on Buddhism, Chin.

Rep., I, p. 155.
2879 GUETZLAFF, K., Remarks on Buddhism toge-

ther with brief notices of the island of Gou-to and
of the numerous priests who inhabit it; ibid, II,

p. 214.


Buddhistic temple at Meichau; ibid, II,

p. 563.

[ocr errors]


Remarks on the present state of Buddhism in China, Journ. R. As. S., XVI, 1856. 2882 SEYFFARTH, Die Kabiren der Schamanen und die

acht Kuas der Chinesen, 1833, 8vo., 1 plate.
2883 Miao-fa-lien-hoa-king, Le livre sacré du Lotus de la

bonne loi, trad. du sanscrit en Chinois, l'an 403
de l'ère chrétien par Koumaradjiva. Paris, 2

vols., 8vo.
2884 NEUMANN, K. F., Buddhism and Shamanism, As.

Journ. and monthly reg., N. S., XVI, 1835.
2885 LANDRESSE, C., Aperçu des travaux de M. Rému-

sat sur le bouddhisme, ou introduction à son com-
mentaire sur le Foe Koue Ki. Paris, 1836, 4to.

See No. 220.
2886 KOWALEWSKI, Buddhist Chronology, Transact.

Kazan Univers., I, 1837 in Russian). 2887 Buddhism in China, taken from Gützlaff's China

opened and Medhurst's China, The Friend, III.

Colombo, 1838. 2888 Reise eines chinesischen Buddhisten am Ende des

4ten Jahrhunderts. Ausland, 1838. 2889 PARKER, P., A buddhistic strategem, Ch. Repos.,

VIII, p. 263. 2890 WILSON, H. H., Travels of Fa Hian in India, Ch.

Repos., IX, p. 334.


Notes of a correspondence with Sir J. Bowring on buddhist literature in China, Journ.

of R. A. S., XVI, p. 316, 1856. 2892 ABEEL, D., Temple of Amakok of Macao, Ch. Re

pos., IX, p. 402. 2893 SCHOTT, W., Ueber den Doppelsinn des Wortes

Schamane und über den tungusischen Schamanenkultus am Hofe der Mandjukaiser. Abh. der

Ak. der Wiss. Berlin, 1842, p. 463 ss. 2894

Ueber den Buddhaismus in Hochasien und China. Berlin, 1846, 8vo.

See Journ. As., 1847; Amer. Or. Soc., I,

p. 332.

2895 SALISBURY, E. E., Memoir on the history of

Buddhism, Americ. Orient. Soc., I, 1844, p. 79

135. See Chin. Rep., XIV, 1845, p. 423-435. 2896 BANZAROFF, D., On the Black Religion i. e. Sha

manism, 1846 (in Russian.) 2897 Die Insel der Bonzen. Ausland, 1846. . 2898 MACGOWAN, D. J., An inscription from a tablet in

a buddhist monastery at Ningpo in China, Journ.

R. A. S. of Beng., XIII, 1844. 2899 POHLMANN, W. J., Translation of a buddhist print

descriptive of Toloni or the Goddess of Mercy,

Ch. Repos., XV, p. 357. 2900 JULIEN, S., Renseignements bibliographiques sur

les relations des voyages dans l'Inde et des descriptions du Si-yu, qui ont été composées en Chinois entre le 5. et le 18. siècle, Nouv. journ. as.,

X, 1847; also in Mél. de géogr., No. 485. 2901

- Listes diverses des noms des 18 écoles schismatiques qui sont sorties du bouddhisme, Journ.

as., 5. s., XIV, 1859; also in No. 485. 2902 SYKES, H. W., On a catalogue of Chinese buddhis

tic works, Journ. of R. A. S., IX, 1848. 2903 Buddhistischer Gottesdienst in China. “Ausland,”

2904 JONES, J. T., Tenets of the buddhists and laws

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

respecting reverence to their idols in Siam, Chin.

Rep., XIX, p. 548. 2905 SCHIEFNER, A., Ueber die Verschlechterungspe

rioden der Menschheit nach buddhistischer An

schauungsweise, Mél. Asiat., I, 1852.
2906 PALLADIUS, O., Historical sketch of ancient Bud-

dhism, Russ. Eccl. Miss., I, No. 2 (in Russian).
German in Abel & Meklenburg's Arbeiten der

Russ. Mission, I (No. 882); also in Er

man's Archiv. f. Kunde Russlands. 2907

The life of Buddha ; ibid, I, No. 5 (in

German in Erman's Archiv. and in No. 882. 2908 GURIUS, O., On Buddhism ; ibid, 1853, Vol. II

(in Russian).

German in No. 882. 2909

Vows of the Buddhists; ibid, II, No. 4 (in Russian).

German in No. 882. 2910 STEVENSON, J., Buddhist antiquities in China,

Journ. of Bombay B. of R. A. S., V, 1855. 2911 EDKINS, J., Notices of Chinese Buddhism. Shang

hae, 1855, 8vo. 2912

Notice of the Wu-wei-kiau, a reformed
Buddhist sect, Transact. Ch. Br. R. As. Soc., VI,

1859, p. 63-69.
2913 WASSILYEFF, W., Buddhism, its dogmas, histo-

ry and literature. St. Petersburg, 1857-73, 2
vols., 8vo. (in Russian).

Treats of Northern Buddhism.
Vol. I, 1857 : Aperçu of the Himayana and

French by Le Comte. Paris, 1865, 8vo.
See St. Hilaire, Journ. des Savants,

Sept., 1865.
(Vol. II: not yet published, will contain the

buddhistic dogmas exhibited in a com-
mentary to the terminological dictionary

[ocr errors]

Mahariupatti, which is found in the 2nd

part of the Tandjur.)
Vol. III, 1873: History of Buddhism in India,

translated from the Tibetan of Taranatha.
German by Schiefner. St. Petersburg, 1873.
See No. 4240 and No. 4254.
See A. Schiefner, Mél. As., II, 1857; Revue

germ., Dec. 31, 1860; Benfey, Götting.
Gel. Anz., Febr., 1859; St. Hilaire

Journ. des Sav., Févr., 1861. 2914

Buddhist lexicon. St. Petersburg (in Rusian). 2915 BENFEY, T., Nachweisung einer buddhistischen

Rezension und Mongolischen Bearbeitung der indischen Sammlung von Erzählungen, die unter dem Namen Vetalapança-vincati bekannt ist, Mél.

as., III, 1857-59. 2916 Buddhism in India and China, Bibl. Repert., XXXI.

Philadelphia, 1859. 2917 NICOLAS, M., Le Lamaïsme, Revue germ., XII,

1860. 2918 SCHLAGINTWEIT, E., Buddhism in Tibet, illus

trated by literary documents and objects of religious worship, with an account of the Buddhist systems preceding it in India and a folio Atlas of 20 plates and 20 tables of native print in the text. Leipzig, 1863, Royal 8vo.

See Journ. d. Savans, May, 1865. 2919

On the bodily proportions of Buddhistic idols in Tibet, Journ. R. As. Soc., XX, 1863. 2920

Ueber die Bon-pa Sekte in Tibet, Sitz.

Ber. Bayer. Akad., I, 1866. 2921 BEAL, S., Text and commentary of the memorials

of Sakya Buddha Tathagata, Journ. of R. A. S.,

XX, 1863. 2922

An attempt to translate from the Chinese a work known as the confessional services of the great compassionate Kwan Yin; ibid, II, 1866.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]


and GOGERLY, D. J., Comparative arrangement of two translations of the Buddhist Ritual for the Priesthood. From the Chinese and

from the Pali; ibid, XIX, 1862. 2924 FOUCEAUX, P. E., Le bouddhisme au Tibet. Pa

ris, 1864, 8vo. 2925 The term Omitofu, Notes and Queries, II, p. 14. 2926 MAYERS, W. F., Chinese views respecting the date

of introduction of Buddhism ; ibid, II, p. 51. 2927

Derivation of the word bonze; ibid, II, p. 79. 2928

The characters San kiai (three words); ibid, III, p. 75. 2929 EITEL, E. J., Amita and the paradise of the West;

ibid, II, p. 35. 2930

, A buddhist purgatory for woman; ibid,

II, p. 66, 82. 2931

The trinity of the buddhists in China ; ibid, II, p. 115. 2932

The characters San kai (three words) ; ibid, III, p. 175. 2933

On dragon workship; ibid, III, p. 34. 2934

Derivation of the terms Su and Mo; ibid, III, p. 45. 2935

A buddhist tract; ibid, III, p. 86. 2936

The svastika of the buddhists v. Thor's hammer ; ibid, III, p. 98. 2937

Notes on metempsychosis as taught by Chinese buddhists; ibid, III, p. 113. 2938

The title Ta na; ibid, III, p. 144. 2939

The nirvana of Chinese buddhists, Ch. Recorder, III, p. 1. 2940

Buddhism versus Romanism ; ibid, III,
p. 142, 181.

Handbook for the student of Chinese
Buddhism. Hongkong, 1871, 8vo.
See Notes and Queries, III, p. 159; J. Ed-

kins, Ch. Recorder, III, p. 215; The
Phoenix, I, p. 155.

[ocr errors]
« AnteriorContinuar »