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JOURNAL 



AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. 



EDITED BY 



E. WASHBUEJSI HOPKINS, and CHAELES C. TOEREY, 

Professor in Yale University, Professor in Yale TJniversity, 

New Haven. New Haven. 



TWENTY-SECOND VOLUME, 

FIRST HALF. 



THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. 

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OF 

TWENTY-SECOND VOLUME, 
FIRST HALF. 



Page 
Memorial of Edward Elbridgf, Salisbury 1 

The Beginning or the Babylonian Nimrod Epic. — By Paul Haupt, Profes- 
sor in Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 7 

The Names or the Hebrew Vowels. — By Paul Haupt, Professor in 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 13 

The Marburg Collection of Cypriote Antiquities. — By Christopher 

Johnston, Professor in Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 18 

The Fall or Nineveh. — By Christopher Johnston, Professor in Johns 

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 20 

Note on Two Assyrian Words Hitherto Unexplained. — By Christopher 

JOHN'STON, Professor in Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 23 

The Polychrome Lion Recently Found in Babylon. — By Br. Karl J. 

Grimm, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 27 

The Meaning and Etymology or J'\'il^)J!\ in the Old Testament.— By 

Dr. Karl J. Grimm, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 35 

The Internal Passive in Semitic. — By Frank R. Blake, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md. 45 

The Word mf in the Stloam Inscription. — By Frank R. Blake, Johns 

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 55 

The Two Unidentified Geographical Names in the Moabite Stone. — By 

Rev. T C. FooTE, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 61 

The Old Testament Expression zanjCh ahrb. — By Rev. T. C. Foote, Johns 

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 64 

Gideon's Water-lappers. — By Rev. Wm. B. McPherson, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md 70 

An Early Egyptian Cylinder. — By Mr. James T. Dennis, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md 76 

A Rare Royal Cartouche. — By Mr. James T. Dennis, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baliimore, Md 78 

The Modern Chaldeans and Nestorians, and the Study of Syriac 

AMONG them. — By Rev. Gabriel Oussani, Johns Hopkins University, 

Baltimore, Md 79 



Page 
The Arabic Diat.ect op Baghdad. —By Rev. Gabriel Oussani, Johns Hop- 
kins University, Baltimore, Md 97 

On the Pantheon of Tyre. — By George A. Barton, Professor in Bryn 

Mawr College, Brya Mawr, Penna 115 

Some Notes on the Blau Monuments — By George A. Barton, Professor 

in Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Penna 118 

Notes on an Archaic Inscription published by Father Scheil. — By 

George A. Barton, Professor in Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Penna. 1 26 
Notes on the Japanese Lyric Drama. — By Ernest P. Penollora, of New 

York 129 

Babylonian and Peb-Babylonian Cosmology. — By William F. Wareen, 

Boston University, Boston, Mass — 138 

Contributions to Atestan Syntax, The Subordinate Clause.— By Louis 

H.Gray, Princeton University, N.J 145 

Notes on Recent Theories of the Origin of the Alphabet. — By the Rev. 

John P. Peters, D.D., of St Michael's Church, New York 176 



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JOURNAL 



AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. 



EDITED BY 



E. WASHBPRN HOPKINS, and CHAELES 0. TOREEY, 

Professor in Tale University, Professor in Tale University, 

New Haven. New Haven. 



TWENTY-SECOND VOLUME, 

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THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. 

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CONTENTS 



OF 



TWENTY-SECOND VOLUME, 

SECOND HALF. 



Page 

A Supplement to Beunnow's Classified List of Cunbipokm Ideo- 
graphs. — Compiled by Maby Inda Hussey, of Bryn Mawr College, 
Bryn Mawr, Penna 301 

Some Oriental Analogues to the Ballad of King John and the 
Abbot op Canterbury — A Contribution to Comparative Folk- 
lore. — By George Alexander Kohut 321 

A Death Ceremonial op the "Kapola Bania" Caste. — By George 

Trumbull Ladd, Yale University, New Haven, Conn 327 

The Editions and Translations of Qakuntala. — By Montgomery 

Schuyler, Jr., Columbia University 337 

The Hindu Conception op the Functions of Breath. — A Study in 
Early Hindu Psycho-physics. — By Dr. Arthur H. Ewing, Allaha- 
bad, India 249 

The Rig Veda and Atharva Veda. — By Edward V. Arnold, Profes- 
sor in the University College of North Wales, Bangor, North Wales, 
Great Britain 309 

Notes prom India. — Letters to the CoiTesponding Secretary from Pro- 
fessor A. V. Williams Jackson, Columbia University, New York 
City 331 

Yoga-technique in the Great Epic. — By E. Washburn Hopkins, 

Professor in Yale University, New Haven, Conn 333 

Notes on the QvETAgvATARA, the Buddhaoarita, etc. — By E. Wash- 
burn Hopkins, Professor in Yale University, New Haven, Conn. _ . 380 

Proceedings at New York, April 11, 12, and 13, 1901 391 

Attendance — 391 

Members elected 393 

Correspondence - - 393 

Report of the Treasurer. - 393 

Report of the Librarian 395 

Report of the Editors - 395 



Page 

Necrology 397 

Report of the Directors - 398 

Officers elected. 398 

List of Members, 1901 402 

List of exchanges — -- 412 

Constitution and By-laws 415 

List and prices of publications - - - ... 419 

Notice to contributors and general notices 420 



402 American Oriental Society's Proceedings, April, 1901. [1901. 

List of Members. 

Eevisbd, December, 1901. 

The number placed after the addreas indicates the year of election. 



I. HONORARY MEMBERS. 

M. AuGxrsTE Babth, Membre de I'Institut, Paris, France. (Eue Garancifere, 

10.) 1898. 
Prof. Ramkmshna Gopal BHAin)ABEA.B, Dekkam Coll., Poona, India. 1887. 
His Excellency, Otto von Boehtlingk, Hospital Str. 35, Leipzig, Germany. 

1844 
James Buboess, LL.D., 23 Seton Place, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1899. 
Dr. Antonio Mama Ceriani, Ambrosian Library, Milan, Italy. 1890. 
Prof. Edwakd B. CowEliL, University of Cambridge, 10 Scrope Terrace, 

Cambridge, England. Corresponding Member, 1863; Hon., 1893. 
Prof. BEBTHOtD Delbbueck, University of Jena, Germany. 1878. 
Prof. Peiedbioh Delitzsch, University of Berlin, Germany. 1893. 
Prof. M. J. DE GoEJE, University of Leyden, Netherlands. (Vliet 15.) 1898. 
Prof. Ignazio GtriDi, University of Rome, Italy. (Via Botteghe Oscure, 34.) 

1898. 
Prof. Hendbik Kebn, University of Leyden, Netherlands. 1893. 
Prof. Feanz KiELHOEN, University of Goettingen, Germany. (Hainholzweg 

31.) 1887. 
Prof. Alpbbd Ludwig, University of Prague, Bohemia. (Celakowsky Str. 

15.) 1898. 
Prof. Gaston Maspebo, College de France, Paris, France. (Avenue de 

I'Observatoire, 34.) 1898. 
Prof. Theodob Noeldeke, University of Strassburg, Germany. (Kalbs- 

gasse 16.) 1878. 
Prof. JtTLES Oppeet, College de France, Paris, France. (Rue de Sfax, 2.) 

1893. 
Prof. Edttabd Saohatt, University of Berlin, Germany. (Wormser Str. 13, 

W.) 1887. 
Prof. Aechibald H. Satce, University of Oxford, England. 1893. 
Prof. Ebeehabd Schbadee, University of Berlin, Germany. (Kronprinzen- 

Ufer 30, N. W.) 1890. 
Prof. Feiedbioh von Spiegel, Munich, Germany. (KSnigin Str. 49.) Cor- 
responding Member, 1863 ; Hon. , 1869. 
Prof. CoBNELis P. TiELE, University of Leyden, Netherlands. 1898. 
Edward W. West, c.o. A. A. West, Clyst House, Theydon Bois (Essex), 

England. 1899. 
Prof. Ebnst Windisch, University of Leipzig, Germany. (Universitats 

Str. 15.) 1890. [Total, 33.] 



Vol. xxii.] List of Members. 403^ 

II. COEPORATE MEMBERS. 

Names marked with + are those of life membei-s. 

Rev. JtTSTiN Edwards Abbott, D.D., Bombay, India. 1900. 

Dr. Cyrus Adler, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 1884. 

Nagbeb J. Abbeely, 108 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 1898. 

Prof. Edward V. Arnold, University College of North Wales, Bangor, 

Great Britain. 1896. 
Mrs. Emua J. Arnold, 275 Washington St., Providence, R. I. 1894. 
Dr. William R. Arnold, 120 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 1893. 
Rev. Edward E. Atkinson, 307 East 16th St., New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Irving Babbitt (Harvard Univ.), Dana Chambers, 37, Cambridge, Mass. 

1892. 
Hon. Simeon E. Baldwin, LL.D., 44 Wall St., New Haven, Conn. 1898. 
Miss Annie L. Barber, Chestnut St., Meadville, Pa. 1892. 
Prof. George A. Barton, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1888. 
Prof. L. W. Batten, 38 Stuyvesant St., New York. 1894. 
Rev. Harlan P. Beach, Montolair, N. J. 1898. 
Prof. Willis J. Beecher, D.D., Theological Seminary, Auburn, N. Y. 

1900. 
Rev. Joseph F. Berg, Ph.D., Montgomery, Orange Co., N. Y. 1893. 
Dr. William Stubgis Bigelow, 60 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 1894. 
Prof. John Binney, Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn. 1887. 
Frank Ringgold Blake (Johns Hopkins Univ.), 2106 Oak St., Baltimore, 

Md. 1900. 
Rev. David Blaustein, Educational Alliance, 197 East Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 1891. 
Frederick J. Bliss, Ph.D., 38 Conduit St., London, England. 1898. 
Rev. Carl August Blomgben, Ph.D., 1525 McKean St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1900. 
Prof. Maurice Bloomfield, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

1881. 
Prof. Charles W. E. Body (General Theological Seminary), 9 Chelsea 

Square, New York, N. Y. 1897. 
Dr. Alfred Boissibr, Le Rivage prfes Chambesy, Switzerland. 1897. 
Dr. George M. Bolling, Catholic Univ. of America, Washington, D. C. 

1896. 
Prof. James Henry Breasted, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 1891. 
Prof. Chas. a. Briggs (Union Theol. Sem.), 120 West 93d St., New York, 

N. Y. 1879. 
Miss Sarah W. Brooks, Lexington, Mass. 1896. 
Prof. Chas. Rufus Brown, Newton Theological Institution, Newton Centre, 

Mass. 1886. 
Prof. Francis Brown (Union Theological Seminary), 700 Park Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 1881. 
Prof. Carl Darling Buck, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 1892. 
Pres. Geo. S. Burroughs, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. 1880. 
Prof. Henry F. Burton, Rochester University, Rochester, N. Y. 1881. 
Dr. W. Caland, 5 Seeligsingel, Breda, Netherlands. 1897. 



404 American Oriental Society^s Proceedings, April, 1901. [1901 

Rev. John Campbell, Kingsbridge, New York, N. Y. 1896. 
Rev. Simon J. Care, 832 South 5th St., Reading, Pa. 1893. 
Pi-of. A. S. Carrier (MoCormick Theological Seminary), 1043 N. Halsted 

St., Chicago, 111. 1890. 
Pres. Franklin Carter, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 1873. 
Dr. Paul Cartjs, La Salle, Illinois. 1897. 

Dr. I. M. Casanowicz, U. S. National Mnseam, Washington, D. C. 1893. 
Miss Eva Channing, Exeter Chambers, Boston, Mass. 1883. 
Dr. Frank Dyer Chester, United States Consulate, Buda-Pesth, Hungary. 

1891. 
Clarence H. Clark, Locust and 43d Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 1897. 
Rev. Henry N. Cobb, 35 East 33d St., New York, N. Y. 1875. 
Pi-of. Camden M. Cobern, 4611 EUis Ave., Chicago, 111. 1894. 
Wm. Emmette Coleman, Chief Qtiartermaster's Office, San Francisco, Cal. 

1885. 
-|-George Wetmore Colles, 62 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1882. 
Prof. Hermann Collitz, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1887. 
Miss Elizabeth S. Colton, Easthampton, Mass. 1896. 
Samuel Victor Constant, 420 West 23d St., New York, N. Y. 1890. 
Dr. Frederic Taber Cooper, 177 Warburton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 1892. 
Mrs. Oliver Crane, Hotel Brunswick, Boston, Mass. 1891. 
Stewart Culin (Univ. of Pennsylvania), 127 South Front St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 1888. 
Prof. John D. Davis, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, N. J. 

1888. 
Lee Maltbie Dean, Andover Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. 1897. 
Alfred L. P. Dennis, 301 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. 1900. 
James T. Dennis, 1008 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 1900. 
Dr. P. L. Armand de Potter, 45 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 1880. 
Victor W. Dippell, 1330 North 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1898. 
Rev. D. Stuart Dodge, 9 Cliff St., New York, N. Y. 1867. 
Prof. James F. Driscoll, St. Joseph's Seminary, Yonkers, N. Y. 1897. 
Samuel F. Dunlap, 18 West 33nd St., New York, N. Y. 1854. 
Dr. Harry Westbrook Dunning, 5 Kilsyth Road, Brookline, Mass. 1894. 
Wilbeeporce Eames, Lenox Library, 890 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

1897. 
Rev. Frederick C. Eiseln, Ambler, Pa. 1901. 
Prof. Levi H. Elwell, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. 1883. 
Rev. Arthur H. Ewing, The Jumna Mission House, Allahabad, N. W. P., 

India. 1900. 
Rev. Prof. C. P. Fagnani, 700 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 1901. 
Marshall Bryant Fanning, 931 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 1897. 
Prof. Edwin Whitfield Fay, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 1888. 
Ernest F. Fenollosa, 419 West 118th St., New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Prof. Henry Ferguson, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 1876. 
Rev. John C. Ferguson, Nan Yang College, Shanghai, China. 1900. 
-j-Lady Caroline Fitz Maurice, 3 Green St., Grosvenor Square, London, 

England. 1886. 
-fFRANK B. Forbes, 65 Marlborough St. , Boston, Mass. 1864. 



Vol. xxii.] List of Members. 405 

Eev. Theodore Clinton Foote, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

1900. 
Rev. Jas. Everett Frame (Union Theol. Sem.), 700 Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 1893. 
Prof. Arthur L. Frothingeam, Jr., Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 

1883. 
Dr. William H. Furnbss, Sd, Wallingford, Delaware Co., Penn. 1897. 
Eev. Francis E. Gigot, St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, Md. 1901. 
Prof. Basil L. Gildersleeve, Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 1858. 
Pres. Daniel Coit Gilman, Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 1857. 
Louis Ginzberg, Ph.D., 1441 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 1900. 
Eev. A. KiNGSLET Glover, Wells, Minn. 1901. 
Prof. William Watson Goodwin (Harvard Univ.), 5 Follen St., Cambridge. 

Mass. 1857. 
Prof. Richard J. H. Goithbil (Columbia Univ.), 2074 Fifth Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 1886. 
Jacob Grape, Jr., N. Washington St., near Fayette, Baltimore, Md. 1888, 
Rev. Clifton D. Gray, Hyde Park, Chicago, 111. 1901. 
Louis H. Gray, Ph.D. (Princeton Univ.), 53 Second Ave., Newark, N. J. 

1897. 
fDr. George A. Grierson, care of Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament St., 

Westminster, London, S. W., England. 1899. 
Miss Lucia C. Graeme Grieve, 50 East 86th St., New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Miss Louise H. E. Grieve, M.D., Ahmednagar, India. 1898. 
Dr. Karl Josbf Grimm, Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 1897. 
Dr. J. B. Grossmann, 236 Custer Ave., Youngstown, O. 1894. 
Prof. Louis Grossmann (Hebrew Union College), 3312 Park Ave., Cincinnati, 

O. 1890. 
Chas. F. Gunther, 313 State St., Chicago, 111. 1889. 
Eev. Adolph Guttmacher, 1833 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1896. 
A. H. Haigazian, Cania, Turkey. 1898. 

Prof. Egbert Francis Harper, Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 1886. 
Pres. William Eainby Harper, Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 1885. 
Prof. Samuel Hart, Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn. 
Prof. Paul Haupt (Johns Hopkins Univ.), 3511 Madison Ave., Baltimore. 

Md. 1883. 
Dr. Henry Harrison Haynes, 1 Waterhouse St., Cambridge, Mass. 1893. 
Prof. EiCHARD Henbbry, Ph.D., Catholic University of America, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1900. 
Col. Thos. Went worth Higginson, 35 Buckingham St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1869. 
Prof. Hermann V. Hilprbcht (Univ. of Pennsylvania), 403 South 41st St.. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 1887. 
Eev. Hugo W. Hoffman, 306 Rodney St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1899. 
Prof. E. Washburn Hopkins (Yale Univ.), 335 Bishop St., New Haven, Conn. 

1881. 
Prof. James M. Hoppin, D.D. (Yale Univ.), 47 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven. 

Conn. 1863. 



406 American Oriental Society's Proceedings, April, 1901. [1901. 

Robert E. Hume, 41 East 69th St., New York, N. Y. 1900. 

Miss Annie K. Htjmphebt, 1114 14th St., Washington, D. C. 1873. 

Miss Mart I. Husset, Pembroke West, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1901. 

Prof. Hbnrt Htvebnat, Catholic Univ. of America, Washington, D. C. 

1889. 
Prof. A. T. Williams Jackson (Columbia Univ.), 16 Highland Place, 

Yonkers, N. Y. 1885. 
Rev. Marcus Jastrow, 139 West Upsal St., Germautown, Pa. 1887. 
Prof. Morris Jastrow, Jr. (Univ. of Pennsylvania), 348 South 33d St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 1886. 
Miss Mary Jbfpers, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1900. 
Rev. Henry F. Jenks, P. O. Box 143, Canton, Mass. 1874. 
Prof. James Richard Jewett (Univ. of Minnesota), 366 Summit Ave., St. 

Paul, Minnesota. 1887. 
Dr. Christopher Johnston (Johns Hopkins Univ.), 709 St. Paul St., Balti- 
more, Md. 1889. 
Prof. Max Kbllnee, Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass. 1886. 
Miss Eliza H. Kendrick, Ph.D., 45 Hunnewell Ave., Newton, Mass. 1896. 
Prof. Charles Poster Kent (Yale Univ.), 406 Humphrey St., New Haven, 

Conn. 1890. 
Miss Elisabeth T. King, 840 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1897. 
Prof. George L. Kittredok (Harvard University), 9 Hilliard St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 1899. 
Prof. George W. Knox (Union Theol. Seminary), 700 Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 1899. 
Dr. George A. Kohut, 44 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. 1894. 
fProf. Charles Rockwell Lanman (Harvard Univ.), 9 Farrar St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 1876. 
Rev. Joseph Lanman, Ph.D., St. James, Minn. 1896. 
Bbrthold Lauper, Ph.D., Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, Shanghai, 

China. 1900. 
Thomas B. Lawler, 39 May St., Worcester, Mass. 1894. 
f Henry C. Lea, 3000 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1898. 
Prof. Charles S. Leavenworth, Nan Yang College, Shanghai, China, 

1900. 
Prof. Caspar Levias, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1893. 
Robert Lilley, 16 Glen Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1894. 
Prof. Thomas B. Lindsay, Boston Univ., Boston, Mass. 1883. 
Prof. Charles E. Little (Vanderbllt Univ.), 308 Gowday St., Nashville, 

Tenn. 1901. 
Rev. Jacob W. Loch, 59 Schermerhom St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1899. 
Gen'l Charles G. Loring (Museum of Fine Arts), 8 Otis Place, Boston, 

Mass. 1877. 
Arthur Oncken Lovejoy, [address desired.] 1897. 
Percival Lowell, care of Russell & Putnam, 50 State St., Boston, Mass. 

1893. 
fBENJAMiN Smith Lyman, 708 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1871. 
Prof. David Gordon Lyon (Harvard Univ.), 15 Lowell St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 1883. 



Vol. xxii.] List of Members. 407 

Albert Morton Lythgob (Harvard University), [address desired.] 1899. 
Prof. Duncan B. Macdonald, Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, 

Conn. 1893. 
Eev. Charles S. Macfarland, Ph.D., 639 Salem St., Maiden, Mass. 1898. 
Prof. Herbert W. Magoun, Redfield, South Dakota. 1887. 
Prof. Max L. Margous, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 1890. 
Prof. Allan Marquand, Princeton Univ., Princeton, N. J. 1888. 
Prof. WiNPRBD Robert Martin, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 1889. 
William Arnot Mather, Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn. 

1899. 
Mrs. Matilda K. McConnell, 201 East Capitol St., Washington, D. C. 

1890. 
Rev. John McFadyen, Knox College, Toronto, Canada. 1899. 
Rev. Donald J. McKinnon, 1033 Guerrero St., San Francisco, Cal. 1897. 
Rev. W. B. MoPherson, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 1901. 
Prof. William N. Mebane, Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana. 1898. 
Trtjman Michelson, 341 Winyah Ave., New Roohelle, N. Y. 1899. 
Mrs. Helen L. Million {lUe Lovell), Hardin College, Mexico, Missouri, 

1893. 
Prof. Lawrence H. Mills (Oxford University), 119 Iffley Road, Oxford, 

England. 1881. 
Prof. Edwin Knox Mitchell (Hartford Theol. Sem.), 57 Gillette St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 1898. 
Prof. George F. Moore, Andover Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. 

1887. 
Paul Elmer More, 265 Springdale Ave., East Orange^ N. J. 1898. 
Prof. Edward S. Morse, Salem, Mass. 1894. 
Warren J. Moulton, Ph.D. (Yale Divinity School), 22 East Divinity Hall, 

New Haven, Conn. 1899. 
Rev. Dr. Philip S. Moxom, 83 Dartmouth TeiTace, Springfield, Mass. 1898. 
Rev. Prof. A. J. Elder Mullan, S.J., Campion Hall, Oxford, England. 

1889. 
Isaac Myee, 21 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. 1888. 
Prof. Charles Eliot Norton, Cambridge, Mass. 1857. 
Prof. Hanns Oertel (Yale Univ.), 2 Phelps Hall, New Haven, Conn. 1890. 
Miss Ellen S. Ogden, B.L., Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1898. 
George N. Oloott, Ridgefield, ^Conn. 1892. 

fRoBERT M. Oltphant, 160 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 1861. 
John Orne, Ph.D., 104 EUery St., Cambridge, Mass. 1890. 
Prof. George W. Osborn, New York University, New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Rev. Gabriel Oussani, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 1901. 
Rev. Charles Ray Palmer, D.D., 127 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

1900. 
Prof. Lewis B. Paton, Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn. 

1894. 
Dr. Charles Peabody, 197 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 1892. 
Prof. Ismar J. Peritz, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 1894. 



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Prof. Edwahd Delavan Pekry (Columbia Univ.), 133 East 55th St., Nevr 

York, N. Y. 1879. 
Rev. Dr. John P. Peters, 225 West 99th St., New York, N. Y. 1882. 
Prof. David Philipson, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O. 1889. 
Murray E. Poole, 21 East State St., Ithaca, N. Y. 1897. 
William Popper, 260 West 98d St., New York, N. Y. 1897. 
Eev. F. L. Hawkes Pott, St. John's College, Shanghai, China. 1901. 
Prof. Ira M. Price (Univ. of Chicago), Morgan Park, 111. 1887. 
Prof. John Dyneley Prince (New York University), 1 West 39th St., New 

York, N. Y. 1888. 
Madame ZAnaide A. Eagozin [address desired]. 1886. 
Pres. F. P. Ramsay, Oxford, Ala. 1889. 

Dr. George Andrew Eeisner, Ghizeh Museum, Cairo, Egypt. 1891. 
Arthur F. J. Rem*, 112 West 187th St., New York, N. Y. 1898. 
Ernest C. Richardson, Library of Princeton Univ., Princeton, N. J. 1900. 
Edward Robinson, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 1894. 
Prof. George Livingston Robinson (McCormick Theol. Sem.), 10 Chalmers 

Place, Chicago, 111. 1892. 
Hon. William Woodville Eockhill, Metropolitan Club, Washington, D. C. 

1880. 
Prof. Robert W. Rogers, D.D., Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J. 

1888. 
Prof. James Hardy Ropes (Harvard University), 39| Shepard St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 1893. 
Rev. William RosENATJ, 1527 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1897. 
Miss Adelaide Rudolph, 434 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Mrs. Janet E. Ruutz-Rees, 371 West End Ave., New York City. 1897. 
Miss Catharine B. Runkle, 15 Everett St., Cambridge, Mass. 1900. 
Thomas H. P. Sailer, 4046 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1890. 
Prof. Frank K. Sanders (Yale University), 235 Lawrence St. , New Haven 

Conn. 1897. 
Eev. Tobias Schanfarber, The Lakota, Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

1897. 
Dr. H. Ernest Schmid, White Plains, N. Y. 1866. 
Prof. Nathanml Schmidt, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 1894. 
Montgomery Schuyler, Jr., 1035 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 1899. 
Dr. Charles P. G. Scott, Eadnor, Pa. 1895. 
J. Herbert Sbnter, 7 West 43d St., New York, N. Y. 1870. 
Dr. Charles H. Shannon, Univ. of Tenn., Knoxville, Tenn. 1899. 
Thomas Stanley Simonds, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 1892. 
Prof. Henry Preserved Smith, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. 1877. 
Mr. L. Charles Solyom, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 1901. 
Prof. Maxwell Sommerville, 124 North Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1890. 
William Wallace Spencb, Jr., Bolton, Baltimore. Md. 1900. 
Dr. Edward H. Spiekbr, Johns Hopkins Univ. , Baltimore, Md. 1884. 
Rev. Hans H. Spoer, Ph.D., 120 Eemsen St., Astoria, L. I. 1899. 
Henry Hull St. Clair, Jr., Nyack-on-Hudson, N. Y. 1900. 



Vol. xxii.] Zist of Members. 409 

Prof. Charles C. Stearns, 126 Garden St., Hartford, Conn. 1899. 

Eev. James D. Steele, 74 West 103d St., New York, N. Y. 1893. 

Nathan Stern, 448 West 43d St., New York, N. Y. 1900. 

Prof. J. H. Stevenson, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 1896. 

Mrs. Saba Yorkb Stevenson, 337 South 21st St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1890. 

Joseph Trumbull Stickney, 3 Eue SoufiSot, Paris, France. 1900. 

Eev. Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 1900. 

Principal Alfred W. Stratton, Punjab University, Lahore, India. 1894. 

Mayer Sulzberger, 1303 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 1888. 

Henry Osborn Taylor, Century Association, 7 West 48d St., New York, 

N. Y. 1899. 
Rev. J. J. Tierney, D.D., St. Mary's Seminary, Md. 1901. 
Prof. Henry A. Todd (Columbia University), 824 West End Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 1885. 
Prof. Herbert Gushing Tolman, Vanderbilt Univ. , Nashville, Tenn. 1890. 
Prof. Charles C. Torrey (Yale University), 67 Mansfield St., New Haven, 

Conn. 1891. 
Prof. Crawford H. Toy (Harvard Univ.), 7 Lowell St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1871. 
Prof. Joseph Vincent Tracy, 75 Union Park St. , Boston, Mass. 1893. 
John M. Trout, Bridgeville, Del. 1899. 

Rev. Henry Clay Trumbull, 1031 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1888. 
Prof. Charles Mellen Tyler, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y. 1894. 
Addison Van Name (Yale Univ.), 121 High St., New Haven, Conn. 1868. 
Edward P. Viotng, 49 Second St., San Francisco, Cal. 1883. 
Thomas E. Waggaman, 917 F St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 1897. 
Miss Susan Hayes Ward, Abington Ave., Newark, N. J. 1874. 
Dr. William Hayes Ward, 130 Fulton St., New York, N. Y. 1869. 
Miss Cornelia Warren, 67 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 1894. 
Pres. William F. Warren, Boston University, Boston, Mass. 1877. 
Rev. W. Scott Watson, West New York, New Jersey. 1893. 
Charles Wallace Watts, Smithland, Ky. 1898. 
Prof. J. E. Werren, 17 Leonard Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 1894. 
Pres. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 

1885. 
Prof. John Williams White (Harvard Univ.), 18 Concord Ave., Cambridge, 

Mass. 1877. 
Miss Maria Whitney, 2 Divinity Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 1897. 
Mrs. William Dwight Whitney, 337 Church St., New Haven, Conn. 1897. 
Eev. E. T. Williams, U. S. Legation, Pekin, China, 1901. 
Frederick Wells Williams (Yale Univ.), 135 Whitney Ave., New Haven, 

Conn. 1895. 
Talcott Williams, LL.D. ("The Press"), 916 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1884. 
Dr. Thomas Wilson, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 1897. 
Eev. Dr. William C. Winslow, 525 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 1885. 
Eev. Stephen S. Wise, 772 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Henry B. WrrroN, Inspector of Canals, 16 Murray St., Hamilton, Ontario. 

1885. 
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Rev. Latjren P. Wolpe, Church of The Holy Comforter, 19th and Titan 

Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 1898. 
Prof. Henry Wood, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 1884. 
William W. Wood, 1604 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1900. 
James H. Woods, Ph.D., 3 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. 1900. 
Prof. John Henry Wright (Harvard Univ.), 38 Quinoy St., Cambridge,. 

Mass. 1898. 
Prof. Theodore F. Wright, 43 Quincy St., Cambridge, Mass. 1893. 
Rev. Abbaham Yohannan, St. Bartholomew's Parish House, 205 East 43d 

St., New York, N. Y. 1894. 
Rev. Edward J. Yocng, 519 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 1869. 

[Total, 366.] 



III. MEMBERS OF THE SECTION FOR THE HISTORICAL 
STUDY OF RELIGIONS. 

Prof. Felix Adler, Ph.D., 133 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. 1900. 

Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Bishop, [address desired.] 1898. 

Rev. Dr. Edward N. Oalisch, 1036 West Grace St., Richmond, Va. 1899. 

Rev. John L. Chandler, Madura, South India. 1899. 

Samuel Dickson, 901 Clinton St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1899. 

Roland B, Dixon, Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. 1899. 

Dr. Arthur Fairbanks, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 1898. 

Dr. Livingston Farrand, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 1898. 

Prof. Franklin H. Giddings (Columbia Univ.), 150 West 79th St., New 

York, N. Y. 1900. 
Prof. Arthur L. Gillett, Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn. 

1898. 
Prof. George S. Goodspeed, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 1899. 
Dr. Charles B. Guliok (Harvard University), 18 Walker St., Cambridge,. 

Mass. 1899. 
James H. Hoffman, 35 West 97th St., New York, N. Y. 1898. 
Prof. William James (Harvard University), 95 Irving St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1899. 
Dr. Lewis G. Janes, 168 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 1899. 
Rev. Dr. J. P. Jones, Pasumalai, South India. 1899. 
Prof. George T. Ladd (Yale Univ.), S04 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. 

1898. 
Prof. Hinckley G. Mitchell, Ph.D., D.D. (Boston University), 73 Mt. 

Vernon St. , Boston, Mass. 1900. 
William W. Newell, Cambridge, Mass. 1898. 
Prof. J. WiNTHROP Plainer (Harvard Divinity School), Cambridge, Mass. 

1899. 
Fbed Norris Robinson, Ph.D. (Harvard Univ.), 34 Grays Hall, Cambridge, 

Mass. 1900. 
Miss Florence S. Rogers, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 1900. 
Rev. Dr. Minot J. Savage, 34th St. and Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 1898. 
Prof. Edwin R. Seligman (Columbia Univ.), 334 West 86th St., New York, 

N. Y. 1898. 



Vol. xxii.] List of Members. 411 

Prof. Langdon 0. Stewabdson, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

1901. 
Prof. J. L. Stewart, 1401 North 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1898. 
Prof. William G. SuMNBB(Yale Univ.), 340 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. 

1898. 
Prof. R. M. Wenlet, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1898. 

[Total, 38.] 

IV. CORRESPONDING MEMBERS. 

Prof. Gkaziadio Isaia Ascoli, Royal Academy of Sciences and Letters, 

Milan, Italy. 
Rev. 0. 0. Baldwin (formerly Missionary at Foochow, China), 105 Spmoe 

St., Newark, N. J. 
Prof. Adolph Bastian, Univ. of Berlin, Germany. 1866. 
Pres. Daniel Bliss, Syrian Protestant College, Beirut, Syria. 
Rev. Dr. Henrt Blodget (formerly Missionary at Peking, China), 313 State 

St., Bridgeport, Conn. 1858. 
Rev. Alonzo Bunker, Missionary at Toungoo, Burma. 1871. 
Rev. Marcus M. Carleton, Missionary at Ambala, India. 
Rev. Edson L. Clark, Hinsdale, Mass. Corp. Member, 1867. 
Rev. William Clark, Florence, Italy. 
Judge Ernest H. Crosby, Rhinebeck, N. T. 1890. 
Rev. Joseph Edkins, Shanghai, China. 1869. 
A. A. Gabgiulo, U. S. Legation, Constantinople, Turkey. 1893. 
Henry Gillman, 107 Fort St., West Detroit, Mich. 1890. 
Rev. Dr. John T. Gracby (Editor of The Missionary Beview of the World), 

177 Pearl St., Rochester, N. Y. 1869. 
Rev. Lewis Grout, West Brattleboro, Vt. 1849. 
Rev. John T. Guliok, Missionary at Osaka, Japan. 
Dr. Willabe Haskell, 96 Dwight St., New Haven, Conn. 1877. 
Prof. J. H. Hatnbs, Central Turkey College, Aintab, Syria. 1887. 
Dr. James C. Hepburn, Missionary at Yokohama, Japan. 1873. 
Dr. A. F. Rudolf Hoernle, 88 Banbury Road, Oxford, England. 1893. 
Rev. Dr. Henry H. Jessup, Missionary at Beirut, Syria. 
Rev. Prof. Albert L. Long, Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey. 1870. 
Rev. Robert S. Maolay (formerly Missionary at Tokio, Japan), President 

of the Univ. of the Pacific, Fernando, Cal. 
Pres. William A. P. Martin, Peking, China. 1858. 
Prof. Ebebhard Nestle, Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany. 1888. 
Dr. Alexander G. Paspati, Athens, Greece. 1861. 
Rev. Stephen D. Peet, Good Hope, 111, 1881. 
Alphonse Pinart. [Address desired.] 1871. 
Prof. htoN DE RosNY (ificole des langues orientales vivantes), 47 Avenue 

Duquesne, Paris, France. 1857. 
Rev. Dr. S. I. J. Scheresohewsky, Shanghai, China. 
Rev. W. A. Shedd, Missionary at Oroomiah, Persia. 1893. 
Dr. John C. Sundberg, U. S. Consul, Baghdad, Turkey. 1893. 



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Hev. George N. Thomssen, of the American Baptist Mission, Bapatla, 

Madras Pres., India. Member, 1890; Corresp., 1891. 
Eev. George T. Washburn, Meriden, Conn. 
JElev. James W. Watjgh, Missionary at Lueknow, India. (Now at Ocean 

Grove, N. J.) 1873. 
Eev. Joseph K. White, New Hamburgh, N. Y. Corp. Member, 1869. 

[Total, 36.] 
Number of Members of the four classes (33 + 366 + 38 + 36=353). 

Societies, Libraries, to which the Publications of the American 
Omental Society are sent by way op Gift or Exchange. 

I. AMEEIOA. 

Boston, Mass. : American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
Chicago, III. : Field Columbian Museum. 
New York : American Geographical Society. 
Philadelphia, Pa.: American Philosophical Society. 
Washington, D. 0. : Smithsonian Institution. 

Bureau of American Ethnology. 
Worcester, Mass. : American Antiquarian Society. 

II. EUEOPE. 

Austria, Vienna : Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
Anthropologische Gesellsohaft. 
Prague : Koniglich Bohmisohe Qesellschaft der Wissenschaften. 
Denmark, Iceland, Eeykjavik : University Library. 
France, Paris : Soci^t^ Asiatique. (Eue de Seine, Palais de I'lustitut.) 
Academic des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. 
Bibliothfeque Nationale. 
Mus^e Guimet. (Avenue du Trocad^ro.) 
ficole des Langues Orientales Vivantes. (Eue de Lille, 3.) 
Soci^t^ Acad^mique Indo-Chinoise. 
Germany, Berun : Koniglich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
KSnigliche Bibliothek. 

Seminar fttr Orientalische Sprachen (Am Zeughause 1.). 
GoTTiNGEN : KSnigliche Gesellsohaft der Wissenschaften. 

Halle : Bibliothek der Deutsehen Moi^enlSndischen Gesell- 

schaft. (Friedrichstr. 50.) 
Leipzig : Koniglich Sachsische Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften. 
Munich : K5niglich Bairische Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
Konigliche Hof- xmd Staatsbibliothek. 
Great Britain, London : Eoyal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. 

(33 Albemarle St., W.) 
Library of the India OfBoe. (Whitehall, SW.) 
Society of Biblical Archceology. (37 Great Eussell 

St., Bloomsbury, W.O.) 
Philological Society. (Care of Dr. F. J. Fumivall, 
3 St. George's Square, Primrose Hill, NW.) 



Vol. xxii] Ziist of Exchanges. 413 

Italy, Florence ; Society Asiatica Italiana. 

Rome : Eeale Aocademia dei Lincei. 
Netherlands, Amsterdam : Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen. 

The Hague : Koninklljk lustituut voor Taal-, Land-, en Vol- 
kenkunde van Nederlandseh IndiB. 
Leyden : Ouratorium of the University. 
Norway, Chbistianla : Videnskabs-Selskab. 
Sweden, Upsala : Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet. 
EussiA, St. Petersburg : Imperatorskaja Akademija Nauk. 
Aroheologiji Institut. 

III. ASIA. 

Calcutta, Gov't op India : Home Department. 

Ceylon, Colombo : Ceylon Branch of the Koyal Asiatic Society. 

China, Peking : Peking Oriental Society. 

Shanghai : China Branch of the Eoyal Asiatic Society. 
India, Bombay : Bombay Branch of the Koyal Asiatic Society. 

Calcutta : The Asiatic Society of Bengal. 

The Buddhist Text Society. (86 Jaun Bazar St.) 
Lahore : Library of the Oriental College. 
Japan, Tokio : The Asiatic Society of Japan. 

Java, Batavia : Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. 
Korea : Branch of Eoyal Asiatic Society, Seoul, Korea. 

IV. AFRICA. 
Egypt, Cairo : The Khedivial Library. 

V. EDITORS OF THE FOLLOWING PERIODICALS. 

The Indian Antiquary (care of the Education Society's Press, Bombay, India). 
Wiener Zeitschrift flir die Kunde des Morgenlandes (care of Alfred Holder, 

Eothenthurm-str. 15, Vienna, Austria). 
Zeitschrift fttr vergleichende Sprachforschung (care of Prof. E. Kuhn, 3 

Hess Str., Munich, Bavaria). 
Revue de I'Histoiie des Religions (care of M. Jean R^ville, chez M. E. Leroux, 

38 rue Bonaparte, Paris, France). 
Zeitschrift fur die alttestamentliohe Wissenschaft (care of Prof. Bemhard 

Stade, Giessen, Germany). 
Beitrage zur Assyriologle und semitischen Sprachwissensehaf t. (J. C. Hin- 

riehs'sche Buehhandlung, Leipzig, Germany.) 
Oriental Bibliography (care of Dr. Lucian Scherman, 8 Gisela Str., Munich, 

Bavaria). 
The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal, Good Hope, Illinois. 

Recipients : 353 (Members) +58 (Gifts and Exchanges) = 411. 



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BEQUEST. 

The Editors Bequest the Librarians of any Institutions or Libraries, not 
mentioned above, to which this Journal may regularly come, to notify them 
of the fact. It is the intention of the Editors to print a list, as complete as 
may be, of regular subscribers for the Journal or of recipients thereof. The 
following is the beginning of such a list. 

Andover Theological Seminary. 
Boston Public Library. 
Chicago University Library. 
Harvard Sanskrit Olass-Boom Library. 
Harvard Semitic Class-Eoom Library. 
Harvard University Library. 
Nebraska University Library. 
New York Public Library.