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Joseph Edkins
Joseph Edkins

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Works

A Catalogue of Chinese Works in the Bodleian Library. Oxford: Clarendon, 1876.

A Grammar of Colloquial Chinese: As Exhibited in the Shanghai Dialect. Shanghai: Presbyterian Mission Press, 1868.

A Grammar of the Chinese Colloquial Language Commonly Called the Mandarin Dialect. Shanghai: Presbyterian mission press, 1864.

A Vocabulary of the Shanghai Dialect. Shanghai: Presbyterian mission press, 1869.

Ancient Symbolism among the Chinese. London: Paul, 1889.

Banking and Prices in China. Shanghai: Shanghai, Printed at the Presbyterian mission press, 1905.

China’s Place in Philology: An Attempt to Show That the Languages of Europe and Asia Have a Common Origin. London: Trübner, 1871.

Chinese Buddhism: A Volume of Sketches, Historical, Descriptive, and Critical. London: Trübner, 1893.

Chinese Currency. Shanghai: Presbyterian mission press, 1901.

Description of Peking*. Shanghai: Mercury Office, 1896.

Introduction to the Study of the Chinese Characters. London: Trübner, 1876.

Modern China: Thirty-One Short Essays on Subjects Which Illustrate the Present Condition of the Country. London: Trübner, 1891.

Opium : Historical Note, Or, The Poppy in China. Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission, 1898.

Progressive Lessons in the Chinese Spoken Language, with Lists of Common Words and Phrases, and an Appendix Containing the Laws of Tones in the Peking Dialect. Shanghai: Presbyterian Mission Press, 1864.

Religion in China : Containing a Brief Account of the Three Religions of the Chinese, with Observations on the Prospects of Christian Conversion amongst That People. Boston: Osgood, 1878.

Studies in Genesis. Shanghai, 1905.

The Early Spread of Religious Ideas : Especially in the Far East. London: Religious Tract Society, 1893.

The Evolution of the Chinese Language : As Exemplifying the Origin and Growth of Human Speech. London: Trübner, 1888.

The Miau-Tsi Tribes with a Vocabulary of the Miau Dialects. Foochow: s.n., 1870.

The Recent Changes at Peking ; And, Recollections of Peking. Shanghai: Shanghai Mercury, 1902.

The Religious Condition of the Chinese: With Observations on the Prospects of Christian Conversion amongst That People. London: Routledge, Warnes & Routledge, 1859.

The Revenue and Taxation of the Chinese Empire. New York: Garland, 1980.

 

Articles

“A Buddhist Shastra, Translated from the Chinese: With an Analysis and Notes.” Journal of the Shanghai Literary and Scientific Society 1 (1858): 107–28.

“A Letter to Professor Pezzi, Turin, Italy.” China Review 24, no. 1 (1899): 68–70.

“A Sketch of the Growth of Science and Arts in China to the Ming Dynasty.” Journal of the Peking Oriental Society 2 (1888): 142*.

“A Sketch of the Life of Confucius.” JRAS/NCB 2 (1860): 1–19.

“A Sketch of the Taoist Mythology in Its Modern Form.” JRAS/NCB, 1859, 309.

“A Visit to the Agricultural Mongols.” JRAS/NCB 2 (1865): 99–111.

“A Visit to the City of Confucius.” Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, NS, 8 (1874): 79–92.

“A Visit to the City of Confucius.” JRAS/NCB, 1873, 79–92.

“A Visit to the Insurgent Chief at Soochow*.” North-China Herald 519 (n.d.).

“A Vocabulary of the Miau Dialects.” The Chinese Recorder 3 (1871): 96, 134, 147.

“Abnormal Rise of Silver.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 607.

“Acadian Origin of Chinese Writing.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 765–68.

“Accadian and Chinese.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 295–98.

“Account of Kwan-Ti, the God of War.” North-China Herald, August 26, 1856.

“Age of Chinese Dialects.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 304–5.

“All Roots Labial.” China Review 16, no. 1 (1887): 48–49.

“Allusions to China in Pliny’s Natural History.” Journal of the Peking Oriental Society 1, no. 1 (1885): 1.

“Ancient Navigation in the Indian Ocean.” JRAS/GB 18 (1886): 1–27.

“Ancient Physics.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 73–83.

“Areas of Races.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 228–29.

“Astrology in Ancient China.” China Review 14, no. 6 (1886): 345–51.

“Babylonian Astronomy.” China Review 14, no. 2 (1885): 104–5.

“Babylonian Astronomy.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 370–71.

“Babylonian Influence on China.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 371.

“Babylonian Origin of Chinese Astronomy and Astrology.” China Review 14, no. 2 (1885): 90–95.

“Bamboo in North China.” China Review 18, no. 2 (1889): 128.

“Belief in a Future Life.” China Review 18, no. 2 (1889): 127–28.

“Bridges in China.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 738.

Buddhist Words and Phrases.” In Doolittle, Vocabulary and Handbook of Chinese Language, 2:221–28. London: Trübner, 1872.

“China 35 Centuries Ago.” JRAS/CB 25 (91 1890): 469–78.

“Chinese Architecture.” JRAS/CB 24 (90 1889): 253–88.

“Chinese Early Mythology.” China Review 14, no. 6 (1886): 406–19.

“Chinese Names of Roman Catholic Priests at Peking.” Notes and Queries on China and Japan 1 (1867): 125.

“Chinese Philology.” China Review, 1873 1872, 1(3): 181-190; (5): 293-300.

“Chinese Roots.” China Review, 1885, 13(6):387-398;1885-86, 14(2):67-80;(3):135-146;1886-87,15(5):288-295;(6):347-357;1887-88, 16(1):31-39.

“Chinese Term for Asthma.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 370.

“Chinese Term for Bar.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 108–9.

“Chinese Word Studies.” China Review 13, no. 5 (1885): 324–31.

“Chinese Words Ending in P.” China Review 17, no. 3 (1888): 176–84.

“Chinese Worship of the Stars.” North-China Herald, October 11, 1856.

“Chronology of the Chu Kingdom.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 305–6.

“Confucian Criticisms.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 789.

“Connection of Chinese and Hebrew.” The Chinese Recorder 3 (1871): 203,323.

“Copper Cash Price of Silver.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 607.

“Corea in B.C.1122.” China Review 19, no. 4 (1891): 256–57.

“Cries of Animals.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 128–29.

“Cuneiform Writing in China.” China Review 19, no. 1 (1891): 56–57.

“Currency and Grain Prices.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 789–90.

“Date of the Investiture of Cheng.” China Review 14, no. 2 (1885): 105–6.

“Defence of the Old Chinese Pronunciation.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 729–33.

“Denudation in Latin Words.” China Review 20, no. 1 (1892): 56–57.

“Description of the Idols in Buddhist Temples.” North-China Herald, April 7, 1855.

“Dialect of Kansu.” China Review 17, no. 3 (1888): 174–75.

“Distillation in China.” China Review 6, no. 3 (1877): 211–12.

“Dr. Chalmer’s View of the Early Shoo.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 129.

“Early Connection of Babylonia with China.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 371.

“Eastern Barbarians.” China Review 17, no. 1 (1888): 49.

“Effects of Opium Smoking.” China Review 24, no. 1 (1899): 56.

“Etymological Notes.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 307–8.

“Etymology, 1889-90.” China Review 18, no. 6 (1889): 376.

“Etymology.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 736–38.

“Evolution of the Chinese Language.” China Review 15, no. 4 (1887): 243–44.

Evolution of the Chinese Language.” Journal of the Peking Oriental Society 2, no. 1 (1887).

“Evolution of the Pronoun.” China Review 16, no. 1 (1887): 49–53.

“Examples of Etymology.” China Review 15, no. 6 (1887): 370–72.

“Examples of Etymology.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 790.

“Expression of the Conditional.” China Review 16, no. 1 (1887): 54.

“Extracts from the New Work by Kan-Wang, Cousin of the Insurgent Chief.” North-China Herald, September 28, 1860.

“Foreign Origin of Taoism.” China Review 19, no. 6 (1891): 397–99.

“Fulin, a Persian Word.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 109–10.

“Further Notes on the Insurgents.” North-China Herald, July 14, 1860.

“Gold Is Now Far above Its True Value.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 606.

“Heaven Has Ten Days.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 607.

“History of the Prefecture of Peking.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 321.

“Honor to Rev. G. Reid.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 606.

“How Was the Shi King Sung and Read?” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 311–12.

“Hunan Tin Mines.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 607.

“Identity of Eastern and Western Roots.” China Review 24, no. 4 (1900): 174–76.

“In Memoriam-Rev. Ernst Faber, D.D.” China Review 24, no. 2 (1899): 108–10.

“Indestructibility of Roots.” China Review 24, no. 1 (1899): 74–75.

“Indirect Proofs of the Genuineness of Shu King.” China Review 14, no. 2 (1885): 49.

“James Chapter V, Verse 5.” Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal 17, no. 8 (1886): 316–318*.

“Kan Fu.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 310–11.

“Kwo Tsi Yi, An Eminent Military Commander of the Tang Dynasty.” JRAS/CB 35 (1904 1903): 1–20.

La Religion En Chine. Exposé Des Trois Religions Des Chinois.” In Annales Du Musée Guimet, 60–311. 4, 1882.

“Lan-Cheu Dialect.” China Review 17, no. 3 (1888): 173–74.

“Lecture on Comparative Archaeology.” JRAS/CB 27 (93 1892): 247–63.

“Lecture on the Oriental Congress.” JRAS/CB 27 (93 1892): 231–45.

“Li-Tai-Po as a Poet.” China Review 17, no. 1 (1888): 35–37.

“Literary Notes-a New Historical Work.” JRAS/CB 22 (1887): 230–31.

“Manchu and Latin.” China Review 24, no. 1 (1899): 39–40.

“Manchu Christian Literature.” China Review 24, no. 1 (1899): 72–73.

“Mandal.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 369.

“Mencius and the Shi Ki.” China Review 14, no. 2 (1885): 106–7.

“Monosyllabism as Represented in Chinese.” China Review 24, no. 6 (1900): 274–76.

“Monosyllabism.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 306–7.

“More about Fu-Lin.” JRAS/CB 20 (1885): 283–84.

“Name of Europeans.” China Review 19, no. 1 (1891): 57–58.

“Names of the Western Countries in the Shiki.” China Review 4 (1885): 251–55.

“Narrative of a Visit to Nanking.” In Chinese Scenes and People: With Notices of Christian Missions, in a Series of Letters, 239–307. London: Nisbet, 1863.

“Note in Reference to Mr. Parker’s Article on the Old Language.” China Review 13, no. 4 (1885): 297–98.

“Note on Ham.” China Review 14, no. 4 (1886): 228–29.

“Note on Sul, Tall.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 606.

“Note on Tau The King.” China Review 14, no. 6 (1886): 330–33.

“Note on the Ephthalites A.D.450.” JRAS/CB 22 (1887): 227–29.

“Notes of an Excursion to Hu Cheu and Hang Cheu.” North-China Herald, November 25, 1854.

“Notes of an Excursion to the T’ai Hu and Its Neighbourhood.” North-China Herald, June 23, 1855.

“Notes on Corea and the Corea Language.” Chinese and Japanese Repositiry 2 (1864): (14): 39-51; (15)(缺).

“Notes on Some Chinese Words.” China Review, 1883, 11(4): 248-252; (5): 313-318.

“Notes on Words.” China Review 16, no. 1 (1887): 53–54.

“Notes on 忍 Jen and 梁 Liang.” China Review 14, no. 4 (1886): 214–15.

“Notice of Chi-K’ai and the T’ian-T’ai School of Buddhism.” North-China Herald, July 14, 1855.

“Notice of the Wu-Wei-Kiau, a Reformed Buddhist Sect. Read before the Society 13th January 1858.” In Transactions of the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1858.

“Notices of Buddhism in China.” North-China Herald, December 29, 1854.

“Obituary--Rev. Alexander Williamson.” JRAS/CB 24 (90 1889): 340–41.

“Old Legends of Shun.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 306.

“On ‘Hs’ in the Peking Dialect.” Notes and Queries on China and Japan 1 (1867): 127.

“On Certain Phonetics.” China Review 15, no. 4 (1887): 244.

“On Chinese Names For Boats and Boat Gear with Remarks on the Chinese Use of the Mariner’s Compass.” JRAS/NCB, 1877, 123–42.

“On Early Tauist Alchemy.” North-China Herald, August 30, 1856.

“On Li T’ai-Po, with Examples of His Poetry.” Journal of the Peking Oriental Society 2, no. 5 (1890): 331–64.

“On Some Words in the Departing Tone.” China Review 16, no. 3 (1887): 181–82.

“On the Ancient Form of Chinese Characters.” China Review 16, no. 3 (1887): 179–81.

“On the Ancient Mouths of the Yangtsi Kiang*.” JRAS/NCB 2, no. 1 (1860).

“On the Connection of the Dacotats with Asiatic Races.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 720–28.

“On the Credibility of Chinese Early Chronology.” North-China Herald 170 (October 29, 1853).

“On the Introduction of European Astronomy by the Jesuits, at Peking.” North-China Herald, October 16, 1852.

“On the Origin of Paper Making in China.” Notes and Queries on China and Japan 1, no. 6 (1867): 67–68.

“On the Poets of China during the Period of the Contending States and of the Han Dynasty.” Journal of the Peking Oriental Society 2, no. 4 (1889): 201*.

“On the Present State of Science and Literature in China.” Chinese and Japanese Repository 1, no. 1–12 (April 1863): 63–69.

“On the Present State of Science and Literature in China.” North-China Herald, April 4, 1857.

“On the Syllabic Spelling.” China Review 7, no. 1 (1878): 73–74.

“On the Twenty-Eight Constellations.” China Review 5, no. 5 (1877): 319–23.

“On the 如意 Ju Yi.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 308–9.

“Origin of Connective Conjunctions.” China Review 24, no. 6 (1900): 271–74.

“Paper—A Chinese Invention.” China Review 24, no. 6 (1900): 269–70.

“Paradise of the Western Heaven.” China Review 17, no. 3 (1888): 175–76.

“Persian Elements in Japanese Legends.” Tansactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan 16 (1889): 1–10.

“Persian Sacrifices in China.” China Review 19, no. 1 (1891): 55–56.

“Persian Street in Ningpo.” Notes and Queries on China and Japan 3 (1869): 55.

“Phases in the Development of Tauism.” Transactions of the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 5 (1855): 83–99.

“Philological Importance of Geographical Terms in the Shi-Ki.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 199–203.

“Phonetic Value of a Circle or Oval.” China Review 14, no. 4 (1886): 212–13.

“Physiology in the Shanghai Dialect.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 106–8.

“Place of Hwang-Ti in Early Tauism.” China Review 15 (1887): 233–39.

“Poem of the Emperor Han Wu-Ti, B.C. 109, and the History of Shang Sheng and Ch’u Sheng.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 285–88.

“Population of Soo-Chow.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 739.

“Prices of Salt Fixed by Authority.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 790.

“Primitive Roots.” China Review 23, no. 3 (1898): 167–70.

“Priority of Labial Letters Illustrated in Chinese Phonetics.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland 19, no. 2 (April 1887): 207–22.

“Proofs of Ancient Chinese Sounds.” China Review 21, no. 5 (1895): 350–51.

“Recent Criticism of the Chinese Ancient Books.” North-China Herald, June 13, 1857.

“Recent Researches upon the Ancient Chinese Sounds.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 565–70.

“Regulations: Board of Revenue.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 607.

“Relation of Buddhism to the Older Hindoo Mythology.” North-China Herald, February 3, 1855.

“Relative Pronoun.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 305.

“Remarkable Identities in Words.” China Review 24, no. 1 (1899): 70–71.

“Reminiscences and Forecasts, or Fifty Years in China.” Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal 29, no. 11 (1898): 519–27.

“Reply to E. J. E.’s Criticism P. 131 of China Review, Vol. 16.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 313.

“Restoration of the Old Sounds of the Chinese Language.” China Review 6, no. 1 (1877): 70–73.

“Rhymes of the Book of Odes.” China Review 14, no. 4 (1886): 213–14.

“Roots Are Indestructible.” China Review 24, no. 6 (1900): 291–92.

“Seals.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 372–74.

“Shi Pen 世本. – The Book of Genealogies.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 745–48.

“Siun King, the Philosopher, and His Relations with Contemporary Schools of Thought.” JRAS/CB 32 (1901 1900): 46–55.

“Sixteen Chinese Roots.” China Review 16, no. 4 (1888): 241–42.

“Solid Foundations.” China Review 14, no. 2 (1885): 107.

“Star Names among the Ancient Chinese.” China Review 16, no. 5, 6 (1888): 257-267; 337-340.

“Studies in Words.” China Review, 1877, 6(1): 66-67; (2):137-138; (3):210-211.

“Ta’i Shan, the Legendary Centre of Tauist Belief in a Future State.” China Review 18, no. 1 (1889): 61–62.

“Tattooing.” JRAS/CB 20 (1885): 195–97.

“Tau Te King.” The China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 375–76.

Tea in Tibet.” China Review 22, no. 4 (1897).

Terms Used in Geomancy.” In Doolittle, A Vocabulary and Handbook of the Chinese Language, 2:515–16. London: Trübner, 1872.

“The Ancient Tadpole Writing Was Cuneiform.” China Review 19, no. 4 (1891): 255–25.

“The Bamboo in North-China.” China Review 18, no. 1 (1889): 59–60.

“The Bituminous Coal Mines West of Peking.” JRAS/NCB 4 (1867): 243–50.

“The Buddhist Moral System.” North-China Herald, October 20, 1855.

“The Buddhist Sacred Books.” North-China Herald, October 20, 1855.

“The Buddhist Universe.” North-China Herald, February 17, 1855.

“The Chinese Old Language.” China Review 13, no. 1 (1884): 1–5.

“The Connection of Voice and Gesture.” China Review 24, no. 6 (1900): 292.

“The Dakota Language.” China Review 25 (1900): 25 (1): 31-35; (3):109-120.

“The Earth a Sphere.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 119–20.

“The Empress Dowager.” China Review 25, no. 6 (1901): 301.

“The Ephthalites.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 227–28.

“The Extended Universe of the Northern Buddhists.” North-China Herald, February 24, 1855.

“The First Commentator of Lau Tsze.” China Review 15, no. 4 (1887): 242–43.

“The Five Elements in Persia.” China Review 17, no. 1 (1888): 49.

“The Four Elements.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 369–70.

“The Genesis of S and Sh.” China Review 17, no. 2 (1888): 113.

“The Getae.” China Review 18, no. 1 (1889): 60.

“The Hall of Light.” China Review 15, no. 3 (1886): 165–67.

“The Hall of Truth.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 607.

“The Identity of European and Asiatic Words.” China Review 20, no. 1 (1892): 53–57.

“The Introduction of Astrology into China.” China Review 15, no. 2 (1886): 126–28.

The Language of the Golden Tartars.” China Review 22, no. 4 (1897).

“The Manchu Language.” China Review 24, no. 2 (1899): 110.

“The Mandarin a Modern Form of Speech.” China Review 21, no. 3 (1894): 203–4.

“The Meaning of 酒 Chieu.” China Review 18, no. 1 (1889): 60–61.

“The Miau-Tsi Tribes.” The Chinese Recorder 3 (1871): 33–36; 74–76;

“The Mongol Language.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 605–6.

“The Name 大秦 Ta-Ts’in.” China Review 19, no. 1 (1891): 57.

“The Old Chinese Language.” China Review 21, no. 6 (1895): 413–15.

“The Old Initials.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 311.

“The Old Language of China.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 596–98.

“The Origin of Shang Sheng.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 374–75.

“The Parsee Five Elements.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 121–22.

“The Physiologic Basis of Etymology.” China Review 18, no. 6 (1889): 376–77.

“The Place of Huang Ti in Early Taoism.” China Review 15, no. 4 (1887): 233–39.

“The Relationship of the Persian and Chinese Calendars.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 95–98.

“The Roots of Chinese and All Languages.” China Review 22, no. 5 (1897): 776–78.

“The Roots of Language as Judged by Their Form in Chinese.” China Review 21, no. 5 (1895): 277–80.

“The Short Li of Antiquity.” China Review 18, no. 2 (1889): 127–28.

“The Style of the Li Ki.” China Review 15, no. 3 (1886): 179–80.

“The Sumerian Vocabulary.” China Review 25, no. 1 (1900): 37–38.

“The Syrian Mission in China*.” Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal 13, no. 5 (1882): 355–61.

“The Tau Te Ching.” China Review 13, no. 1 (1884): 10–19.

“The Tau Te King.” China Review 16, no. 5 (1888): 308.

“The Word for Chin.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 121.

“The Word Kai.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 120.

“The Yavanas.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 309.

“The Yi King and Its Appendices.” China Review 14, no. 6 (1886): 305–22.

“The Yi King as a Book of Divination and Philosophy.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 1884, 360–80.

“The Yi King of the Chinese, as a Book of Divination and Philosophy.” JRAS 16 (1884): 360–80.

“The Yi King, with Notes on the 64 Kwa.” China Review, 1884, 12(2):77-88;(5):412-432.

“The Yue-Ti or Massagetae.” JRAS/CB 21 (1886): 227.

“Titles of Tauist Gods.” China Review 24, no. 4 (1900): 199.

“To Fly and to Float.” China Review 19, no. 3 (1891): 189–90.

“To Practise an Art.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 376.

“Tone and Account in the Peking Dialect.” China Review 5, no. 2 (1876): 140–42.

“Tones, 1889-90.” China Review 18, no. 1 (1889): 61.

“Trip to Kia-Hing.” North-China Herald, October 21, 1854.

“Twan Yu Ts’ai’s Fifteenth Class.” China Review 15, no. 6 (1887): 366–69.

“Variety of Meaning to Characters.” China Review 22, no. 3 (1896): 608.

“Visit to the Chan-T’an-Si, Monastery of the Sandal-Wood Buddha.” Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal 7 (1876): 431–35.

“Were Yau and Shun Historical Persons?” China Review 6, no. 6 (1878): 416–18.

What Did the Ancient Chinese Know of the Greeks and Romans?*.” JRAS/NCB 18, no. 1 (1883).

“Wine.” China Review 15, no. 5 (1887): 309.

“Wooden Fish as a Buddhist Implement.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 375.

“Words for the Head and Palats.” China Review 16, no. 2 (1887): 121.

“Worship of Kwanti among the Lamas.” Notes and Queries on China and Japan 1 (1867): 67–68.

“Worship of the God of Fire.” China Review 18, no. 2 (1889): 124–25.

“Writing Brushes.” China Review 16, no. 6 (1888): 376.

“Yau-Tien and Shun-Tien.” China Review 15, no. 6 (1887): 369–70.