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The mandarin mutes; ibid, VI, p. 414418. 596 WATTERS, T., Tao, an essay on a word; ibid, IV,

p. 1, 33, 100. 597

Chinese notions about pigeons and doves, J. N. C. B. of R. A. S., IV, p. 225-242. 598

Essays on the Chinese language, China Review, IV, p. 212, p. 271-278. 599 Analysis of Chinese characters, Chin. Recorder, IV,

p. 90, 119. 600 MAYERS, W. F., On the extended use of the Pe

king system of orthography for the Chinese lan

guage, Notes and Queries, I, p. 10. 601

Etymology of the name of the Yang tze kiang; ibid, I, p. 35. 602

On the term of Po sing or 100 surnames; ibid, I, p. 140. 603

Comparative table illustrating the Chinese scheme of physics; ibid, I, p. 146. 604

Chinese terms for murder and manslaughter; ibid, II, p. 44. 605

The term t'ang (Hall); ibid, II, p. 77. 606

Origin of the term niao t’siang; ibid, II, 607

Specification of the term Pa hi; ibid, II,

p. 142.

p. 152.

608 609

The term Pi hia; ibid, II, p. 170.
The Chinese word ma-tow; ibid, III, p.

127.

610

Authenticity of Chinese records ; ibid, III,

p. 167.

611

The name Fuh-lin ; ibid, III, p. 174. 612

The term pang and kuo; ibid, III, p. 179. 613 LAY, W. T., On the meaning of jên in Dr.

Martin's translation of Wheaton's international law; ibid, I, p. 99; Martin's reply; ibid, I, p.

614 The term man-ji; ibid, I, p. 91, 108, 173.

615 The name Cathay in English titles; ibid, I, p. 123.
616 The origin of the Chinese ; ibid, I, p. 152.
617 TAINTOR, E. C., Chinese terms for murder and

manslaughter; ibid, II, p. 44. 618

The term tyfoon; ibid, III, p. 42. 619 SCHLEGEL, G., The words Tang shan; ibid, II,

p. 78.

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Chinese and Egyptian hieroglyphs; ibid, III, p. 65, 81. 621

Sinico-Aryaca, ou recherches sur les raci. nes primitives dans les langues chinoises et aryennes. Etude philologique. Batavia, 1872, 8vo. See Trübner's Am. and Or. Record, 1872, p.

206; China Review, I, p. 136. 622 The term “sword rack,” Notes and Queries, II, p.

108, 142. 623 Pidgin English ; ibid, II, p. 174. 624 SMITH, F. P., Instances of the use of the number

seven by the Chinese ; ibid, III, p. 7. 625

Identification of the names of foreign countries, mentioned in Chinese writings; ibid, III,

p. 118.

626

The designation T'ien chuh kwoh ; ibid, III, p. 152. 627 The term tyfoon; ibid, III, p. 42. 628 PHILLIPS, G., Notes on Sumatra and Po-szu ;

ibid, III, p. 90, 106, 119. 629

The Chinese names given to Arabia and Persia ; ibid, III, p. 154. 630

A note concerning Fuhlin (El-hirah); ibid, III, p. 163. 631 A plea for a common system of orthography; ibid,

III, p. 155. 632 ALABASTER, C., The word pang (country); ibid,

III, p. 168.
633 TWESTEN, K., Die religiösen, politischen und so-

zialen Ideen der asiatischen Culturvölker. Ber-
lin, 1872, 2 vols., 8vo.

634 LOBSCHEID, W., Evidence of the affinity of the

polynesian and American Indian with the Chinese and other nations of Asia. Hongkong, 1872,

8vo. 635 SWINHOE, R., On the Chinese dialect spoken at

, Hainan, The Phoenix, I, p. 67, 85, 115. 636 GARDENER, C. T., Chinese verse, China Review,

I, p. 248. 637

On the Chinese race, J. of ethnol. Soc. London, April 1870. 638

The tablet of Yü, p. 293-306. 639 HIRTH, F., Sinico-european similarities, China

Review, I, p. 362. 640

Words introduced from the Chinese into European languages; ibid, II, p. 95-98. 641 EITEL, E. J., Amateur sinology; ibid, II, p. 1-8. 642 LISTER, A., On the supposed difficulty of Chinese;

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A last word about tones; ibid, III, p. 380383. 644 Is sinology a science ? ibid, II, p. 169-173. 645 The relations of the Chinese language with the lan

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8vo. (in Russian.) 646 ST. DENYS, HERVEY DE, Deux traductions du

San-tseu-king et de son commentaire. Réponse à un article de la Revue Critique du 8 Nov. 1873.

In Ban Zai Sau, 1873, 8vo., pp. 27. 647

Examens des faits mensongers contenus dans un libelle publié sous le faux nom de León Bertin. St. Germain, 1875, 8vo.

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not very difficult, China Review, III, p. 248-252. 650 PARKER, E. H., The Hankow dialect; ibid, p. 308

312. 651 HIMLY, K., Ursprung des Wortes Typhon und der

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