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Ixvi 



American Oriental Society : 



List or Membeks. 
October, 1862. 



1. CORPORATE MEMBERS. 



Names marked with t are those of Life Members. 



Ezra Abbot, 
Prof. Charles A. Aiken, 
Rev. David O. Allen, 
William F. Allen, 
Prcs. Martin B. Anderson, 
Rev. Rufus Anderson, 
Rev. George B. Bacon, 
Prof. Henry M. Baird, 
Prof. Emsha Ballantine, 
Prof. Elijah P. Barrows, 
John R. Babtlett, 
Prof. Charles Beck, 
Rev. Hiram Bingham, 
Rev. George W. Blagden, 
Prof. James J. Blaisdell, 
Charles L. Brace, 
Fisk P. Brewer, 
Rev. Charles H. Brigham, 
Rev. Nathan Brown, 
Prof. Samuel G. Brown, 
William C. Bryant, 
Rev. Ebenezer Burgess, 
Rev. Stephen Bush, 
Prof. Henry C. Cameron, 
Prof. William H. Campbell, 
Dr. Elbert H. Champlin, 
Pres. Aaron L. Chapin, 
Pliny E. Chase, 
Josiah Clark, 
Rev. William Clark, 
Rev. James F. Clarke, 
tJosEPH G. Cogswell, 
Rev. Henry M. Colton, 
Alexander I. Cotheal, 
Brinton Coxe, 
Prof. Alpheus Crosby, 
Prof. Howard Crosby, 
Pres. E. A. Dalrymple, 
Prof. James D. Dana, 
Prof. George E. Day, 
John W. Deforest, 
Charles R. Deceit, 



Cambridge, Mass. 
Hanover, N. H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
West Newton, Mass. 
Rochester, N. T. 
Boston. 
Orange, N. J. 
New York. 
Bloomington, Ind. 
Andover, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
New Haven. 
Boston. 
Beloit, Wise. 
New York. 
New Haven. 
Taunton, Mass. 
New York. 
Hanover, N. H. 
New York. 
Lanesville, Mass. 
Cohoes, N. Y. 
Princeton, N. J. 
New Brunswick, N. J. 
New York. 
Beloit, Wise. 
Philadelphia. 
Easthampton, Mass. 
West Brattleboro, Vt. 
Jamaica Plains, Mass. 
New York. 
Middletown, Conn. 
New York. 
Philadelphia. 
Salem, Mass. 
New Brunswick, N. J. 
Baltimore. 
New Haven. 
Walnut Hill, O. 
New Haven. 
New York. 



List of Members. 



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Rev. James T. Dickinson, 

George L. Ditson, 

Epes S. Dixwell, 

Prof. Henry Dkisler, 

Samuel F. Dunlap, 

Rev. Benjamin W. Dwiqht, 

Prof. Theodore W. Dwight, 

Prof. Timothy Dwight, 

Prof. Charles Elliott, 

Ralph W. Emerson, 

Edward Everett, 

Richard S. Fellowes, 

Chane. Isaac Ferris, 

Prof. George P. Fisher, 

Charles Folsom, 

Admiral Andrew H. Foote, U. S. N., 

Wohn M. Forbes, 

Prof. John Forsyte, 

Dwight Foster, 

Prof. William C. Fowler, 

Prof. Convers Francis, 

Prof. Basil L. Gildersleeve, 

Daniel C. Gilman, 

tCapt. James Glynn, U.S.N., 

Prof. William W. Goodwin, 

S. Hastings Grant, 

Rev. David Green, 

Prof. W. Henry Green, 

Rev. Lewis Grout, 

Prof. Arnold Guyot, 

Prof. Henry H. Hadley, 

Prof. James Hadley, 

Prof. S. Stehman Haldeman, 

Rev. Charles R. Hale, 

Rev. Edward E. Hale, 

Prof. Fitz-Edward Hall, 

Rev. Edwin Harwood, 

Samuel F. Haven, 

tJoHN Heard, 

Prof. Frederick D. Hedge, 

Prof. Roswell D. Hitchcock, 

William B. Hodgson, 

Rev. Frederick W. Holland, 

Henry A. Homes, 

Nathaniel L. Hooper, 

Prof. James M. Hoppin, 

Fisher Howe, 

Joseph Howland, 

Rev. William Hutchison, 

Prof. William Irvin, 

Prof. Melanchthon W. Jacobus, 

Charles W. Jenks, 



Middlefield, Conn. 
Burlington, Vt. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
New York. 
New York. 
Clinton, N. Y. 
New York. 
New Haven. 
Oxford, O. 
Concord, Mass. 
Boston. 
New Haven. 
New York. 
New Haven. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Washington. 
Boston. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Durham Centre, Conn. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
University of Virginia. 
New Haven. 
New Haven. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
New York. 
Windsor, Vt 
Princeton, N. J. 
West Brattleboro, Vt. 
Princeton, N. J. 
New York. 
New Haven. 
Columbia, Pa. 
Andalusia, Pa. 
Boston. 
London. 
New Haven. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Hongkong. 
Brookline, Mass. 
New York. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Boston. 
New Haven. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Fishkill, N. Y. 
New Haven. 
New Brunswick, N. J. 
Allegheny City, Pa, 
Boston. 



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tProf. Joseph W. Jenks, 
tEev. William Jenks, 
Prof. Charles C. Jewett, 
Rev. Edward C. Jones, 
Rev. T. Starr Kino, 
William L. Kingslet, 
Rev. Edward N. Kirk, 
Rev. Charles P. Krauth, 
Prof. George M. Lane, 
J. Peter Lesley, 
Prof. Tattler Lewis, 
Prof. J. H. McIlvaine, 
Rev. Dwight W. Marsh, 
Rev. John A. Merrick, 
tRev. James L. Merrick, 
Prof. James C. Moffat, 
George H. Moore, 
Rev. Mark Murphy, 
Charles E. Norton, 

+ROBERT M. OLYPHANT, 

Prof. John J. Owen, 

Prof. Joseph Packard, 

Dr. Peter Parker, 

Prof. Andrew P. Peabody, 

+gregory a. perdicaris, 

Pelatiah Perit, 

Dr. Charles Pickering, 

Rev. Swan L. Pomroy, 

Henry W. Poole, 

Rev. Thomas S. Potwin, 

William C. Prime, 

Prof. John Proudfit, 

Prof. John N. Putnam, 

tProf. Edward Robinson, 

Joseph S. Ropes, 

George R. Russell, 

D. Waldo Salisbury, 

tProf. Edward E. Salisbury, 

Stephen Salisbury, 

Frank B. Sanborn, 

Prof. M. Schele de Verb, 

Prof. Julius H. Seelye, 

Charles Short, 

+Thomas C. Smith, 

Rev. Thomas Smyth, 

Prof. EVANGELINUS A. SOPHOCLES, 

Prof. Jesse A. Spencer, 
Charles Stoddard, 
Rev. Collins Stone, 
tWiLLiAM W. Stone, 

tRUSSELL STURGIS, 

John Tappan, 



Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Philadelphia. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

New Haven. 

Boston. 

Philadelphia. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Philadelphia. 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Princeton, N. J. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Paris, Ky. 

So. Amherst, Mass. 

Princeton, N. J. 

New York. 

New Brighton, N. Y. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Shanghai. 

New York. 

Theol. Sem'y, Fairfax Co., Va. 

Washington. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Trenton, N. J. 

New Haven. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Franklin, N. Y. 

New York. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

Hanover, N. H. 

New York. 

Boston. 

Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Boston. 

New Haven. 

Worcester, Mass. 

Concord, Mass. 

University of Virginia. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Philadelphia. 

Hongkong. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

New York. 

Boston. 

Columbus, O. 

New York. 

London. 

Boston. 



List of Members. 



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Bayard Taylor, 

Rev. James B. Taylor, 

Samuel H. Taylor, 

Prof. Thomas A. Thacher, 

Rev. Joseph P. Thompson, 

Charles Tract, 

Rev. Selah B. Treat, 

J. Hammond Trumbull, 

Prof. William S. Tyler, 

William J. Vaughn, 

Rev. Thomas E. VermIlye, 

tThomas Walsh, 

Rev. Ferdinand De W. Ward, 

Richard P. Waters, 

Charles E. West, 

Prof. Andrew D. White, 

Dr. Moses C. White, 

Prof. Josiah D. Whitney, 

Prof. William D. Whitney, 

James M. Whiton, 

Dr. Joseph Wilson, U. S. N., 

Jacob Wilson, 

Rev. John L. Wilson. 

Prof. Samuel J. Wilson, 

Rev. George W. Wood, 

Pres. Theodore D. Woolsey, 

Joseph E. Worcester, 



New York. 
Richmond, Va. 
Andover, Mass. 
New Haven. 
New York. 
New York. 
Boston. 

Hartford, Conn. 
Amherst, Mass. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
New York. 
Shanghai. 
Geneseo, N. Y. 
Salem, Mass. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 
New Haven. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
New Haven. 
New Haven. 
Philadelphia. 
Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Allegheny City, Pa. 
New York. 
New Haven. 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Pres. Cornelius C. Felton, 
Prof. Josiah W. Gibbs, 
+George W. Pratt, 
Prof. Samuel H. Turner, 
Rev. John Wheeler, 



Deceased since May, 1860. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
New Haven. 
New York. 
New York. 
Burlington, Vt. 



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American Oriental Society : 



2. CORRESPONDING MEMBERS. 



Rev. John C. Adamson, 

Rev. Henry Ballantine, 

James R. Ballantyne, 

Rev. Cephas Bennett, 

Rev. William A. Benton, 

Otto Blau, 

William H. I. Bleek, 

Rev. Henry Blodgett, 

Bishop William J. Boone, 

Charles W. Bradley, 

Prof. Hermann Brockhaus, 

John P. Brown, 

Rev. Samuel R. Brown, 

Heinrich Brugsch, 

Rev. Albert Bushnell, 

Rev. Simeon H. Calhoun, 

J. Cor, 

Rev. E. B. Cross, 

Rev. Charles H. A Dall, 

Prof. August Dillmann, 

Rev. Jacob L. Dohne, 

Dr. Cornelius V. A Van Dyck, 

Prof. Romeo Elton, 

Prof. Gustav Flugel, 

Rev. J. Edwards Ford, 

Dr. S. Frankel, 

Rev. Josuthchunder Gangooly, 

Rev. William Goodell, 

Rev. Cyrus Hamlin, 

Rev. C. C. Hoffmann, 

Prof. C. A. Holmboe, 

Dr. Samuel R. House, 

James J. Jarves, 

Rev. Henry H. Jessup, 

Rev. J. W. Johnson, 

Rev. George Jones, U. S. N., 

Prof. Mirza Kasem Beg, 

Chev. Nicholas Khanikoff, 

Rev. Jonas King, 

Peter I. von Koeppen, 

Adalbert Kuhn, 

L. Leon de Rosny, 

Rev. ISIDOR LOEWENTHAL, 

Dr. D. J. Macgowan, 
Dr. Edward M'Gowan, 
Rev. William A. P. Martin, 
Rev. Francis Mason, 
Dr. D. B. M'Cartee, 
Thomas T. Meadows, 



New York. 

Missionary at Ahmedmiggur, India. 

London. 

Missionary at Maulmain, Farther India. 

Missionary at Bhamdun, Syria. 

Trebizond. 

Port Natal, S. Afr. 

Missionary at Shanghai, China. 

Missionary at Shanghai, China. 

Shanghai, China. 

Leipzig. 

Constantinople. 

Missionary in Japan. 

Berlin. 

Missionary at the Gaboon, W. Afr. 

Missionary at Abeih, Syria. 

Constantinople. 

Missionary at Tavoy, Farther India. 

Missionary at Calcutta. 

Kiel. 

Missionary at Table Mountain, S. Afr. 

Missionary at Beirut, Syria. 

Exeter, England. 

Dresden. 

Missionary at Sidon, Syria. 

Jerusalem. 

Calcutta. 

Missionary at Constantinople. 

Constantinople. 

Missionary at Cape Palmas, W. Afr. 

Christiania, Norway. 

Missionary at Bangkok, Siam. 

Boston. 

Missionary at Tripoli, Syria. 

Missionary at Hongkong, China. 

Brooklyn, N. T. 

St. Petersburg. 

St. Petersburg. 

Missionary at Athens. 

St. Petersburg. 

Berlin. 

Paris. 

Missionary at Peshawur, N. W. India. 

Missionary at Ningpo, China. 

Jerusalem. 

Missionary at Ningpo, China. 

Missionary at Toungoo, Farther India. 

Missionary at Ningpo, China. 

Ningpo, China. 



List of Members. 



lxxi 



Dr. A. D. MORDTMANN, 

Rev. Homer B. Morgan, 

John Muir, 

Prof. Max Muller, 

Dr. A. G. Paspati, 

Bishop John Payne, 

Rev. Justin Perkins, 

Dr. Andrew T. Pratt, 

James W. Redhouse, 

Adolphe Regnier, 

Ernest Renan, 

Rev. Samuel A. Rhea, 

Rev. Elias Riggs, 

Dr. G. Rosen, 

Prof. Rudolph Roth, 

Rev. William G. Schaufflek, 

Rev. David C. Scudder, 

Rev. Henry M. Scudder, 

Rev. William W. Scudder, 

Henry Stevens, 

Rev. E. W. Syle, 

Rev. William Tracy, 

Rev. William M. Thomson, 

Rev. Henry J. Van Lennep, 

Rev. Daniel Vrooman, 

Rev. William Walker, 

Rev. George T. Washburn, 

Rev. Edward Webb, 

Prof. Albrecht Weber, 

Prof. Gustav Weil, 

Dr. S. Wells Williams, 

Rev. W. Frederic Williams, 

Rev. Miron Winslow, 

William Winthrop, 

Dr. Austin H. Wright, 



Constantinople. 

Missionary at Antioch, Syria. 

Edinburgh. 

Oxford. 

Constantinople. 

Missionary at Cape Palraas, W. Afr. 

Missionary at Orumiah, Persia. 

Missionary at Aleppo. 

Constantinople. 

Paris. 

Paris. 

Missionary in Kurdistan. 

Missionary at Constantinople. 

Jerusalem. 

Tubingen. 

Missionary at Constantinople. 

Missionary in Southern India. 

Missionary in Southern India. 

Missionary in Southern India. 

London. 

Missionary at Shanghai, China. 

Missionary at Pasumalie, S. India. 

Missionary in Syria. 

Missionary at Tocat, Turkey in Asia. 

Missionary at Canton. 

Missionary at Baraka, W. Afr. 

Missionary at Battalagundu, S. India. 

Missionary at Dindigul, S. India. 

Berlin. 

Heidelberg. 

Canton. 

Missionary at Mardin, Turkey in Asia. 

Missionary at Madras, India. 

Malta. 

Missionary at Orumiah, Persia. 



Deceased since May, 1860. 



Rev. Elijah C. Bridgman, 
Rev. Harrison G. O. Dwight, 
P. E. Le Vaillant de Florival, 
Rev. Benjamin C. Meigs, 



Missionary at Shanghai, China. 

Missionary at Constantinople. 

Paris. 

Missionary In Ceylon. 



lxxii American Oriental Society : List of Members. 



3. HONORARY MEMBERS. 



Raja Apurva Krishna Bahadur, 

James Bird, 

Prof. Otto Bohtlingk, 

Sir John Bowsing, 

Prof. Franz Bopp, 

Richard Clarke, 

Prof. Heinbich von Ewald, 

M. Champollion Figeac, 

Prof. Geobg Wilhelm Fbettag, 

His Excellency Fuad Effendi, 

Julius Furst, 

Prof. Jacob Gbimm, 

Brian Houghton Hodgson, 

Prof. Stanislas Julien, 

Rev. John Dunmore Lang, 

Prof. Christian Lassen, 

Prof. Richard Lepsius, 

Due de Lutnes, 

Prof. Julius Mohl, 

Prof. Julius Heinrick Petermann, 

Prof. August Friedbich Pott, 

Raja Radhakanta Deva Bahadub, 

Prof. Reinaud, 

Prof. Emilius Rodiger, 

Prof. Friedrich Ruckert, 

His Excellency Safvet Effendi, 

Prof. Garcin de Tasst, 

Prof. C. J. Tornbebg, 

Sir J. Gabdineb Wilkinson, 

Their Majesties, the First and Second Kings of 



Calcutta. 
London. 
St. Petersburg. 
Hongkong. 
Berlin. 
London. 
Gottingen. 
Paris. 
Bonn. 

Constantinople. 
Leipzig. 
Berlin. 

Dursley, England. 
Paris. 

Sidney, N. S. Wales. 
Bonn. 
Berlin. 
Paris. 
Paris. 
Berlin. 
Halle. 
Calcutta. 
Paris. 
Berlin. 
Coburg. 
Constantinople. 
Paris. 
Lund. 
London. 
Siam.