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Three lectures on buddhism. Hongkong, 1871, 8vo. ; 2nd ed., 1875, 8vo. See S. Beal, The Phoenix, II, p. 34; T. Wat

ters, Ch. Recorder, IV, p. 64. 2943

Buddhismus. “Ausland," 1874, No. 22, 23. 2944 ROSNY, LÉON DE, La parabole bouddhique de l'en

fant égaré, Variétés Oriental, 1868. 2945 SAMPSON, T., Buddhist priests in America, Not.

& Que., III, p. 78. 2946 WATTERS, T., Buddhism in China, Chin. Rec., II,

p. 1, 38, 64, 81, 117, 145. 2947 SUMMERS, J., The buddhistic literature of Tibet.

The Phoenix, 1, p. 9, 223. 2948 SELBY, T. G., Yau-kwo, Yuk-lik or the purgatories

of popular buddhism, China Rev., I, p. 301. 2949 HORNE, CH., On the methods of disposing of the

dead at Llasse, Tibet, etc., J. R. As. Soc., new

ser., VI, p. 2, 1873. 2950 YULE, H., Northern Buddhism, Oriental Magazine. 2951 HOINOS (GILMOUR, J.), For and against Mongolian Buddhism, Chin. Rec., V, p. 3-17.


3. Mohammedanism, Jews.

2952 GOZANI, Lettre sur les juifs à Kai-fong-fou, 1701 ;

Lettr. Edif. (nouv. éd., XXVII, 1832, p. 266-287). 2953 KOEGLER, P. J., De bibliis Judaeorum Sinensibus,

in von Murr's Journal, VII, p. 240 ss. 2954

Versuch einer Geschichte der Juden in Sina Halle, 1806, 8vo. 2955 GUIGNES, DE (fils), Observations sur plusieurs fa

milles juives établies anciennement à la Chine,

Rec. de l'acad. des inscr., XLVIII, 1808. 2956 BRIDGMAN, E. C., Jews in China, Ch. Repos., III,

p. 172.

2957 SIONNET, l'Abbé, Essai sur les juifs de la Chine.

Paris, 1837.

2958 WRIGHT, T., Israel in China. London, 1842,

12mo. 2959 LOWRIE, W. M., Land of Sinim, or an exposition

of Jes., 49, 12, with a brief account of the Jews and Christians in China, Ch. Repos., XIII; also

Philadelphia, 1846, 12mo. 2960 A narrative of a mission of inquiry to the jewish

synagogue at K’ai fung fu. Shanghai, 1851, with hebrew facsimile.

See China Repos., XX, p. 436. 2961 FINN, J., The Jews in China. London, 1853, 8vo.

See Ch. Repos., XIV, p. 305, 388. 2962

The Orphan Colony of Jews in China. London, 1872, 12mo. 2963 Juden in China. Ausland, 1858, No. 8. 2964 Muhammedaner in China ; ibid, No. 17. 2965 WYLIE, A., Israelites in China, Ch. and Jap.

Repos., I, (1864), p. 13-43. 2966

The jewish roll from K'ai-fung-foo, Notes and Queries, II, p. 159. 2967 Hebrew MS. from K‘ai-fung fu; ibid, II, p. 57. 2968 PALLADIUS, O., The Mahometans in China, with

a plan of a mosque at Peking, Russ. Eccl. Miss.,

IV, No. 3, 1866 (in Russian). 2969 WASSILYEFF, W., The movements of moham

medanism in China, 1867 (in Russian). 2970 MORGAN, E. D., On Mohammedanism in China,

The Phoenix, II, p. 133, 154. 2971 EDKINS, J., Notes on Mohammedanism in Peking,

Ch. Recorder, I, p. 176. 2972 WATTERS, T., Notes on Chinese Mahometan lite

rature, Ch. Review, 1, p. 195. 2973 MAYERS, W. F., The Panthays of Yunnan, Fraser's

Mag., Oct. 1872. 2974 Das neue Reich der Muhammedaner in Yunnan.

Ausland," 1873, No. 13.


Rebellions, Pirates and Secret Societies.

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2975 MILNE, W. C., Account of the Triad Society, Journ.

of R. A. S., 1826, p. 240; also in Chin. Repos.,

XII, p. 59. See J. R. A. S., I, p. 93. 2976 MORRISON, J. R., Rise and quelling of the rebel

lion in Lienchau in 1832, Chin. Repos., I, p. 29

78; III, p. 206, 216. 2977

Secret associations; ibid, I, p. 207. 2978 R., Pirates, murders, etc.; ibid, I, p. 380.

. 2979 STEVENS, E., Chinese pirates; ibid, III, p. 62.;

IV, p. 518. 2980

Clanships and feuds among the Chinese; ibid, IV, p. 411. 2981 INGLIS, R., Banditti pirates and plots among the

Chinese in recent years; ibid, IV, p. 415, 557. 2982

Rebellions of Mohammedans in Turkestan, of the Miautz and other mountaineers; ibid,

IV, p. 489. 2983

Rebellion of Jehangir in Turkestan and details of its suppression; ibid, V, p. 316, 351. 2984 BRIDGMAN, E. C., Assistance of government to

the distressed and edicts against secret associa

tions; ibid, V, p. 92. 29850

, Laws and essays against secret associa

tions; ibid, XIV, p. 69. 29856 NEWBOLD, Lieut. and WILSON, The Chinese

Triad Society or the Tien-ti-huih, J. R. A. S.,

Vol. VI, p. 120. 2986 Proceedings of secret societies at Singapore, Ch.

Repos., XV, p. 400. 2987 WILLIAMS, S. W., Translation of the oath of the

Triad Society; ibid, XVIII, p. 281. 2988

Insurgents in Kwangsi; ibid, XX, p. 53, 111, 224, 286, 492. 2989 Correspondence relating to pirates; ib., XVIII, p. 558. 2990 SCOTT, B., An account of the destruction of the

fleets of the celebrated pirate chieftains Chu-apoo and Shap-ng-tsai on the coast of China. London, 1851, 8vo.

2991 ROETTGER, E. H., Tien-ti-hoih, Geschichte der

Brüderschaft des Himmels und der Erde. Berlin,
1852, 8vo.
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therl. India, 1853, No. 3; and II, p. 292. 2992 MACFARLANE, C., The Chinese revolution. Lon

don, 1853, 8vo. 2993 MEDHURST, W. H. (sen.), Pamphlets issued by

insurgents at Nanking. Shanghai, 1853, 8vo.

(from the N. C. Herald). 2994 CALLERY et YVAN, L'insurrection en Chine depuis

son origine jusqu'à la prise de Nankin. Paris,
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German by R. Otto. Braunschweig, 1854,


English by J. Oxenford. London, 1854, 8vo. 2995 Observations on the cause of the rebellion, Over

land Register, 1853; China Mail, 1853. 2996 Papers respecting the civil war in China, Pres. to

the House of Lords, 1853, fol. 2997 The book of the Taiping wang dynasty. Shanghai,

1853, 8vo. 2998 The Chinese revolution, the causes which led to it,

its rapid progress and anticipated result. Lon

don, 1853, 8vo. 2999 BIERNATZKI, K. L., Die gegenwärtige politisch

religiöse Bewegung in China. Berlin, 1854,

8vo. 3000 A history of China to the present time, including an

account of the rise and progress of the present

religious insurrection. London, 1854, 8vo. 3001 Religion of the Chinese rebels, Quat. Review, No. 187.

German in Ausland, 1854, No. 11. 3002 HAMBERG, T., The visions of Hung-siu-tsuen,

and the origin of the Kwang-see insurrection. Hongkong, 1854, 8vo.; reprinted in Chin, and

Jap. Repos., I. 3003

The Chinese rebel chief and the origin of

the insurrection in China, with an introduction

by G. Pearse. London, 1855, 8vo. 3004 FISHBOURNE, Capt., Impressions of China and

the present revolution. London, 1855, 8vo. 3005 KRONE, R., Gegenwärtiger Stand der Revolution

in China, Petersmann's geogr. Mitth., XI, XII,

1856. 3006 MEADOWS, T. T., The Chinese and their rebel

lions. London, 1856, 8vo. 3007 NEUMARK, S., Die Revolution in China und ihre

Entstehung nach Meadows. Berlin, 1857, 8vo.

See the preceding work. 3008 Die geheimen Gesellschaften der Chinesen in und

ausser China. Ausland, 1857, No. 34. 3009 MACKIE, J. M., Life of Tai-ping-wang, chief of

the Chinese insurrection. New York, 1857, 8vo. See Gött. gel. Anz., 1858, No. 38-40, p. 383

387. 3010 LOVIOT, E., Les pirates Chinois. Paris, 1860, 8vo. 3011 JOHN, G., The Chinese rebellion. Canton, 1861,

8vo. 3012 BRINE, L., The Taiping rebellion in China. Lon

don, 1862, 8vo.

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p. 196.

3013 WOLSELEY, G. J., Narrative of the war with Chi

na in 1860, to which is added the account of a
short residence with the Taiping rebels at Nan-
kin. London, 1862, 8vo.
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1401-16. 3014 SYKES, W. H., The Taiping rebellion in China,

its origin, progress and present condition. London, 1863, 8vo.

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