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TO ARTICLES RELATING TO ORIENTAL SUBJECTS IN CURRENT PERIODICAL LITERATURE.
Continued from Vol. VII. page 95.
This Index is an attempt to form a Key with which any one interested in Oriental Literature may find any article or review that has been written on any given subject. It is recognized that this can only be an attempt-many omissions will assuredly be found, but it is proposed to include such omissions, as they may be noted, in future numbers. Every endeavour will be used to make the Index as complete as possible. It is proposed to commence only with periodicals dated on and after Jan. 1, 1885.
NOTE. The letter N. at the end of a line signifies that the article is only a review or notice of the work, of which the title is given. Authors' names are in italics.
ABBREVIATIONS:-A.Q.R. Asiatic Quarterly Review. Acad. Academy. Am. Antiq. American Antiquarian. Am. J. Arch.
N. Eng. New Englander. N. Am. R. North American Review.
ADARSA-CHARIT. Krishnamohan. Durgádás Lahiri. Cal.
AMORITES, and the Teraphim. Sayce. Acad. Nov. 6/86.
ARYAJIBAN Arthat Hindu Achar Byabahar Prabhitur Baijnánik
AURUNG Shah (In Memoriam). Clarke and Christie. Ind. M.
BENGAL (Letters on Sport in). Simpson. Athen. Oct. 23/86. N.
BUDDHISTIC Kingdoms (A Record of). Legge. China R. July-
T. Ind. Oct. 1/86.
and the Burmese. McMahon. Nat. R. Nov./86.
CANTONESE-made-easy Vocabulary. China R. July-Aug./86. N.
Histrionic Notes. Macgowan. Ch. B.R.A.S. Aug./86.
Fiction (Heroes and Villains in). Taylor. China R.
Government. Mayers. China R. July-Aug./86. N.
ENGLAND and India. Satthianadhan. Ind. M. Dec./86. N.
Acad. Oct. 30/86.
FOOCHOW Dialect (Another small step in advance). Parker.
Technical Education. T. Ind. Nov. 19/86.
Woman in, her Influence and Position. Dawson. Cal.
Revisited. Arnold. Acad. Oct. 30/86 N.
and Ceylon Seaports of. II. Phillips. Ch. B.R.A.S. Aug./86.
INDIAN English-Educated Youths (Characteristics of). Bishan
Epigraphy. Burgess. T. Ind. Nov. 19/86.
Literature (Curiosities of). Grierson. Ind. Antiq. Nov./86.
INSCHRIFT des Königs Mesa von Moab. Socin. Acad. Nov.
JAE SING; a story of the olden Punjab Time. Spencer. Cal. R.
JAPAN (Pictorial, Arts of). Anderson. Sat. R. Oct. 23/86 N.
INDEX TO ORIENTAL SUBJECTS IN CURRENT PERIODICAL LITERATURE-continued.
LAKSHAMANAR Swayambar Natak. Kunjabihári Chaudhuri.
Cal. R./86 N.
MADHAVIYA Dhátuvrittih. Pandit, Oct. & Nov./86.
MAHOMETANISM into China (Introduction of). Clarke. Chinese R. Aug./86.
MANCHURIA (Roadside Religion in). Macintyre. Ch. B.R.A.S. Aug./86.
MASPERO'S Forthcoming Work on Egyptian Archæology. Edwards. Acad. Nov. 6/86.
MIHIRAKULA (History and Date of). Beal & Smith. Ind.
MUKADDASI (Description of Syria, including Palestine). Guy
NITI Literature of Burmah. Gray. Ind. Antiq. Nov./86.
PALESTINE Exploration Fund. Athen. Oct. 23/86.
PEGU (Notes on the Early History of). Phayre. Ind. Antiq.
PEKING (Description of a Journey). T. Ind. Nov. 5/86.
Tripos. Sat. Rev. Oct. 30/86.
PERSIA, as it is. Wills. Athen. Dec. 11/86 N. Spec. Nov. 13/86 N.
the Land of the Imáms. Bassett. Athen. Oct. 23/86 N. Acad. Nov. 13/86 N. (Wilson).
PRE-AKKADIAN Writing. Bertin. Acad. Nov. 6/86. Lacouperie. Acad. Nov. 13/86.
RUSSIAN Travellers in India. Sat. R. Nov. 20/86.
SACRED Books of the East. Chalmers. China R. JulyAug./86 N.
SAMKSHEPESARIRAKAM. Pandit, Oct./86.
SANSKRIT. A Latin Version of a Sanskrit Hymn. Acad. Nov. 20/86.
SIMLA, Calcutta, and Darjeeling as Centres of Government.
TRAVELLING Tinkers in Ancient Palestine. Sayce. Acad. Nov.
WESTERN India (Marriage Customs in). Ind. M. Dec. 86 N. 'YIH-KING' and the 'Ho-T'u. Harlez. Acad. Nov. 20/86.
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