FIRDÚSI AN ACCURATE HISTORIAN : THE PARTHIANS, MAGIANS,
FROM THE TIME OF THE VEDAS. By Jamshedjee Pallonjee
THE LANDLORD AND POLITICAL Tenüres of GUJURAT AND
WESTERN INDIA. Part III. By B. H. Baden-Powell, M.A., C.I.E.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE EAST INDIA ASSOCIATION (including a dis-
cussion by Sir Lepel Griffin, Mr. Rapson, etc., on a paper
by Lieut.-Col. R. Č. Temple, C.I.E., on The Development of
Currency in the Far East)
CORRESPONDENCE, NOTES, NEWS, REPORTS, ETC.
India : New Ecclesiastical Arrangements.-Vernacular Education.-
Nepaul and China.—The Yangtzse River. -A High-class Review
in Japan. --Gordon Memorial College at Khartum. --Southern
Rhodesia Charter.-The Ouseley Oriental Scholarships.--A New
Canal in Canada.—The East India Association on Agricultural
Banks in India
The Growth of the Empire.— Niger Coast Protectorate. —-'Zoroastrian
College, Bombay.--Nepaul and China.—The U.S.A. and the Far
East.—Sir L. Playsair and Perim .
REVIEWS AND NOTICES
The Literary Year Book, 1898.—The Bible References of John Ruskin,
by Mary and Ellen Gibbs.-Wright's Arabic Grammar (Vol. II.),
by W. Robertson Smith and M. J. de Goeje.- From Cæsar to
Sultan, being Notes from Gibbon's “Decline and Fall of the
Roman Empire,” made by His Highness Syaji Rao Gaekwar,
Maharaja of Baroda, G.C.S.I.--A Modern Pilgrim in Jerusalem,
by John Rooker, M.A.-Japan and the Japan Mission.-A New
English Dictionary on Historical Principles, founded mainly on the
Materials collected by the “ Philological Society Section
“Gaincope-Germanizing,” by Henry Bradley, Hon. M.A., Oxon.
--La Corée, indépendante, Russe, ou Japonaise, par R. Villetard
de Laguérie. - Pioneering in Formosa, by W. A. Pickering, C.M.G.
- Modern Mythology, by Andrew Lang.--Hausaland, or Fifteen
Hundred Miles through the Central Soudan, by the Rev. C. H.
Robinson, M. A.—The Invasion of Egypt in A.D. 1249 by Louis IX.
of France, and a History of the Contemporary Sultans of Egypt, by
the Rev. E. I. Davis, M. A.-Contributions to the Early History
of New Zealand (Settlement of Otago), by T. M. Hocken,
M.R.C.S. Eng., F.L.S. - History of European Botanical Dis-
coveries in China, by E. Bretschneider, M.D. —Hebrew Grammar,
by Rev. J. D. Wynkoop.-Essays, Linguistic and Oriental, by
Robert Needham Cust, LL.D.-The Ummagga Játaka, or “Story
of the Tunnel,” by T. B. Yatawara. Bouddhisme, Études
Matériaux. , Adikarmapradipa Bodhicaryávatáratiká. Par Louis
de la Vallée Poussin.—Translations of the Rubaiyát of Omar
Khayyam. - The Stanzas of Omar Khayyam, translated from the
Persian by J. L. Garner.—Les Aryens au Nord et au Sud de
l'Hindou-Kouch, par Charles de Ujfalvy.--The Downfall of
Prempeh : A Diary of Life with the Native Levy in Ashanti, 1895-6,
by Major R. S. S. Baden-Powell. - The Story of the Ionic Revolt
and Persian War as told by Herodotus.— Twelve Indian Statesmen,
by G. Smith, C.I.E., LL.D.-The Bible and Islám ; or, The
Influence of the Old and New Testaments on the Religion of
Mohammed, by Henry Preserved Smith, D.D.--Conditional Im-
mortality : A Help to Sceptics. -The Gist of Japan-the Islands,
People and Missions, by the Rev. R. B. Peery, M.A., PH.D.--
Chinese Characteristics, by Arthur H. Smith. -Pictures of Southern
China, by the Rev. I. MacGowan.-Studies in Brown Humanity, by
Hugh Clifford.--The Early History of the Hebrews, by the Rev.
A. H. Sayce.-Reminiscences of an Indian Police Official, by
Arthur Crawford, C.M.G.-From Jungle to Java; the trivial im-
pressions of a Short Excursion to Netherlands India, by Arthur
Keyser.—Manuale e Glossario della Lingua Indostana o Urdú, par
Camillo Tagliabue. - The Anti-Christian Crusade, by Robert P. c.
Coofe.--Egypt in the Nineteenth Century, by D. A. Cameron.-
Indian Village Folk, their Works and Ways, by T. B. Pandian.-
Studies in Little-known Subjects, by C. E. Plumptre.-A Journey
through South Africa, by Ellis Edwards. - The English Angler in
Florida, by Rowland Ward, F.Z.S.—The Nicetical Christ, by
S. H. Playfair