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Meyer, H. Von Nagasaki nach Hiogo, Kobe und Osaka. Aus seinem als Manuscript gedruckten Tagebuche. (Globus vol. 43 No 23, pp. 360-362). Braunschweig, 1883.

Michaelis, Dr. G. Reiseausruestung fuer den Norden Japan's. (Mittheilungen d. deutschen Gesellschaft f. Natur- und Voelkerkunde Ostasiens vol. IV [pt. 36] pp. 287-288) 4to, Yokohama, 1887.

Milne, J. Notes on a journey in North-East Yezo and across the island with 2 maps (Royal Geographical Society, Supplementary papers vol. III [pt. 4] pp. 479-515) roy. 8vo, London, 1893.

Mitford, A. B. Ride through Yedo (Fortnightly Review, vol. 13 p. 505 and foll.) 8vo, London.

Mitford, A. B. Wanderings in Japan.

(Cornhill Magazine, vol. 25 p. 196 and foll., 302 and foll. 8vo, London, 1872.

(Eclectic Magazine, vol. 78 p. 399 and foll., 662 and foll.) NewYork. (Every Saturday, vol. 13 p. 13 and foll., 203 and foll., 367 and foll. Boston.

(Littell's Living Age, vol. 112 p. 692 and foll., and vol. 113 p. 30 and foll.) Boston.

Monta, (pseudonym) Notes of travel in the interior of Japan. (Illustrated traveis ed. by Bates 1874 [pts. 61, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68] pp. 22-26; 73-77; 108-111; 140-144; 217-223; 247-254.

Nippold, Dr. jur. O. Reisebilder aus Japan (Zeitschrift f. Missionskunde und Religionswissenschaft vol. VII [pts. 2-4], pp. 88-98, 155-164 and 203-215), 8vo, Berlin, 1892.

Nippold, Dr. Ottfried Wanderungen durch Japan. Briefe und Tagebuchblaetter, XII+ 220 pp., 8vo, Jena, 1893. (Mk. 3.—).

Osborn, Capt. Sh. Quedah; a cruise in Japanese waters, new edition, 535 pp., small 80, London, 1865. (7s 6d).

The first edition was published in 1859, the second in 1860. (55). Paris, A. Une excursion à Kioto, capitale du Japon. Visite au Mikado (Revue martitime et coloniale vol. 26 pp. 850-876), 8vo, Paris, 1869.

Pearson, G. C. Out of bounds; a trip to Shinshiu. Yokohama, 1878. Pearson, G. C. Flights inside and outside Paradise by a penitent Peri. Sketches of travel in Japan and elsewhere. 389 pp. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1886. ($1.25).

Petit, Ch. jun. Excursion au Fujiyama with phototyped plates, 36 pp. 8oo, Paris, 1880. (fr. 6.—).

Pompe van Meerdervoort, J. L. C. Vijf jaren in Japan 1857-63. Bijdragen tot de kennis v. h. Japansche keizerrijk en zijne bevolking 2 vols, 336 + 357 pp. with coloured plates (costumes) and maps 870, Leide, 1867-68. (flor. 9.20c).

Pruyn, Mrs. M. Grandmamma's Letters from Japan, illustrated, 16mo, Boston, 1877. ($1.-).

Rambles in Japan. Yokohama to Kanasava; Kagosima to Inosima (Nautical Magazine 1864 [February and March] pp. 76-83 and 119-124), London. Rein, Dr. J. Briefe aus Japan (37 und 38ster Jahresbericht des Frankfurter Vereins für Geographie und Statistik pp. 87 and foll. and 114 and foll.), 1872-74.

Rein's, J. J. Reisen in Nippon in 1874. (Petermann's geographische Mittheilungen, 1875 [pt. ], pp. 214 and foll.), 4to, Gotha.

Rein, J. J. Reise von Tokio nach Kioto in Japan (Verhandlungen d. Gesellschaft für Erdkunde. Berlin 1876 pt. 3), 8vo.

Rein, J. J. Der Fuji-no-yama und seine Besteigung with map (Petermann's geographische Mittheilungen vol. 25 pp. 365-376), 4to, Gotha, 1872. Rein, J. J. Reisen und Studien im Auftrage der königl. preussischen Regierung dargestellt, royal 8vo, Leipzig.

Vol. I: Natur- und Volkkunde des Mikadoreiches, 630 pp. with plates and 2 maps, 1881. (Mk. 20.-).

Vol. II: Land- und Forstwissenschaft, Industrie- und Handel, 678 pp.

with plates, 1886. (Mk. 24 —).

For Contents of this volume see under "Industrial Arts".

Rein, J. J. Japan: Travels and researches undertaken at the cost of the Prussian Government, translated from the German, 1st edition, 540 pp. with 20 illustrations and 2 maps, Sro, London, 1883 (£ 1.5).

An other edition, Svo, New York, 1884 (unbound $7.50; bound in half levant $ 12.50).

Second edition, 8vo, London, 1889 (only re-issue of the edition of 1883). For English translation of the second volume, which was published under the title "Rein, Industries of Japan" see under "Industrial Arts." Reminiscences of a visit to the capital of the tycoon by a medical officer of the Royal Navy (Chinese and Japanese Repository vol. III pp. 257-264) 8vo, London, 1865.

Reports of journeys in China and Japan performed by Mr. Alabaster, Mr. Oxenham, Mr. Markham and Dr. Willis of H. M. consular service in those countries, presented to Parliament, 38 pp. with map, 4to, London, 1869 (524).

Richards, J. Notes on some places visited during a surveying expedition round the coasts of Japan and Korea in the summer of 1855 (Transactions China Branch Royal Asiatic Society vol. V pp. 109-124) 8vo, Shanghai, 1856 Richthofen's Reise nach Japan (Petermann's geographische Mittheilungen, 1860 p. 278) 4to, Gotha.

Ritter, Dr. phil. H. Reise im suedwestlichen Theil von Yezo (Mittheilungen d. deutschen Gesellschaft f. d. Natur- & Voelkerkunde Ostasiens vol. I pt. 6 pp. 55-59 and pt. 7 pp. 13-17) 4to, Yokohama, 1874-75.

Rochechouart, comte J. de, Excursions autour du monde: Les Indes, la Birmanie, la Malaisie, le Japon et les Etats Unis, 283 pp. with engravings, 12mo, Paris, 1878 (fr. 4.—).

Rochette, Edm. Lettres du Japon (Journal de Genève, feuilleton June-July 1893) folio.

Roretz, A. von, Bericht ueber eine Reise durch die suediichen Provinzen
von Japan (Mittheilungen der k. k. geographischen Gesellschaft, Wien, vol.
XVIII pp. 549-554, vol. XIX pp. 76-82 and 515-520) 80, 1875-76.
Sailor boy's voyage to Japan, new edition London, 1865 (5s).

St. John, Capt. H. C. Notes on East, North-East and West-Coasts of Yesso with map Journal Royal Geographical Society vol. 42 p. 343), 8vo, London, 1871-1872.

St. John, Capt. H. C. Observations on the Bay of Sendai, A short account of a few days spent there in quest of an anchorage (Transactions Asiatic Society Japan vol. III [pt. I] pp. 17-21) 8vo, Yokohama, 1875. St. John, Capt. H. C. An excursion into the interior parts of Yamato province (Transactions Asiatic Society Japan, vol. III [pt. II] pp. 32-44) 80, Tokio, 1876 [reprinted 1884].

St. John, Capt. H. C. Notes and sketches from the wild coasts of Nipon : with chapters on cruising after pirates in Chinese waters, 416 pp. with 56 illustrations, crown 870, Edinburgh, 1880 (125).

Sandwith, J. H. Trip into the interior of Japan from the 20th of August to the 20th of Sept. 1871 with photographs, square 8vo, Yokohama, 1872. Savio, P. Il Giappone al giorno d'oggi nella sua vita pubblica e privata, politica e commerciale. Viaggio nell' interno dell' isola e nei centri sericoli, eseguito da C. Kiku-San nell' anno 1874, 208 pp., 8vo, Milano, 1875 (liras 5). 2nd edition, 218 pp. 8vo, ibidem, 1876.

Schermbeck, P. G. van, Schetsen uit Japan. Een togt naar Kamakura (De
Gids vol. 48 [4th ser. vol. 11] pp. 496-513) 8vo, Amsterdam, 1884.
Schliemann, H. La Chine et le Japon au temps présent, 227 pp., 120, Paris,
1867 (fr. 3.-).

Schuett, O. Eine Winterpartie in die japanischen Berge (Deutsche Rundschau
f. Geographie und Statistik vol. III pp. 412-416) Wien, 1881.
Scidmore, E. R. Jinrikisha days in Japan, 8+ 386 pp., illustrated, 8vo, New
York, 1891. ($ 2.—).

Shore, H. N. The flight of the "Lapwing", a naval officer's jottings in China,
Formosa and Japan 549 pp. with map., 8vo, London, 1981. (155).
Siebold's, Ph. F. von, neue Reise nach Japan in 1859 (Petermann's geogra-
phische Mittheilungen 1859 p. 122 and 207), 4to, Gotha.

Simmons, D. B. Five years in Japan (Gaiaxy vol. 5 pp. 605 and fuli.) New York.

Smith, G. Ten Weeks in Japan. 8vo, cloth, pp. 15 and 459, with map and tinted plates. London, 1861. (145).

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Contents: Religions of Japan. - Scenes of Japanesc life. Popular customs. Drama.-Funeral ceremonies. — etc. Sombreuil, Prieur de, Voyages en Chine et au Japon, ou détails intéressants sur les productions naturelles et industrielies, les monuments, les curiosités etc., 1st edition, 1842.—2 nd ed. with illustrations, 12, Limoges 1863.(fr. 1.-).

Forms a vol. of the "Bibliothèque chrétienue de l'adolescenc". Spaziergaenger in der japanischen Hauptstadt, Yeddo. (Globus, vol. XVIII parts 12-14) 4to, Braunschweig, 1870.

Steger, F. und H. Wagner, Die Nipponfahrer oder das wiedererschlossene Japan, XII, 352 pp. with illustrations and a map., Svo, Leipzig 1860. (Mk 4.—). 2nd edition, revised and enlarged by R. Andree, illustrated, 80, Leipzig, 1869. (Mk. 6.—).

Contents: Schilderungen der bekanntesten aeltern und neueren Reisen insbesondere der amerikanischen Expedition in 1852-54 sowie der preuss. Expedition in 1860-61.

Steger, F. De Nippon-vaarders of het wedergeopende Japan; in schetsen uit de bekendste oudere en nieuwere reizen, with engravings and plates, Leyde, 1861. (for. 3.50).

Stern, S. A. Jottings of travel in China and Japan. 8vo, Philadelphia, 1888. ($ 1.25).

A summer holiday in Japan (Macmillan's Magazine, vol. 64 pp. 448 and foll.). London.

Summer outing in Japan (London Society vol. 36 p. 56 and foll.). London. [Swainson, Mrs H. G.] Letters from China and Japan by L. D. S.. VI + 210 pp., Svo, London (?) 1875. (7s 6d).

Thompson, H. H. S. Holidays in Japan (Cosmopolitan, vol. 3 pp. 343 and foll.). New York.

Tracy, A. Rambles through Japan without a Guide with numerous illustrations 290 pp., 8vo, London, 1892. (65).

Traveling in Japan (Belgravia, vol. 36, p. 57 and foll.). London.

A trip to Takutsuki (The Phoenix, vol. III, pp. 181-182), 4to, London, 1872-73. Troup, J. Report of a tour in Japan from June 16th to July 1st 1870, presented to Parliament, 6 pp. with map., 4to, London, 1871.

Troup, J. A tour through parts of the provinces of Echigo, Echiu, Kaga and Noto with map (Journal Royal Geographical Society vol. 42, p. 425), 8vo, London, 1871-72.

V. B., Voyage au Japon (Bulletin de la Société de Geographie, Marseille 1879, p. 5 and foll.).

Vidal, Dr. A. Voyage de Yeddo à Niigata 55 pp. Evo, (Mémoires de la Société des sciences physiques et naturelles de Toulouse vol. 1), 1875. Vidal, Dr. A. De Niigata à Vedo, 89 pp. 8vo, Toulouse, 1876.

Visits to Japan 1865-66, illustrated with drawings from Japanese originals, 131 pp. London, 1869, (25 6d).

W.-Voyage dans le nord du Japon. Yokohama, 1880.

Wagener, Dr. G. Reisenotizen aus dem Hokkaido (Mittheilungen der deutschen Gesellschaft f. Natur- und Voelkerkunde Ostasiens in Tokio, vol. V [pt. 44] Pp. 184-186), 4to, Yokohama, 1890.

Wanderings in Japan (Nautical Magazine 1864 (May to August) pp. 250-257, 291-298; 348-357; 398-407), London.

Watson, R. G. Notes of a journey in the Island of Yezo in 1873; and on progress of geography in Japan (Journal Royal Geographical Society vol. 44 p. 132 and foll. and Proceedings Roy. Geograph. Society vol. 1 [pt. 3] pp. 226-241), 870, London, 1873-74.

Weppner, Miss M. North Star and Southern Cross, two years' journey, 2 vols post 8vo, London, 1875 (245).

"The book is as funny as if it had been written by a March hare" B. H. Chamberlain in "Things Japanese" 2nd ed. p. 63.

Wiley, Rev. J. W. China and Japan. A record of the observations made during a residence of several years in China and a tour of official visitation to the missions in both countries from 1877-78, 548 pp. with numerous illustrations, post 80, Cincinnati (Ohio) 1879 ($1.50). — English edition, London, 1880 (7s 6d).

Winslow, C. F. Visit to Japan (Littell's Living Age, voi. 10 p. 335 and foll.) Boston.

Woeikof, Reisen in Japan, 1876. (Petermann's geographische Mittheilungen, vol. 24, pp. 176-197), 4to, Gotha, 1878.

Woeikof, A. Reise durch das mittlere und suedliche Japan in 1876 with large map by A. Petermann. (Petermann's geographische Mittheilungen vol. 25, (pt. 2) pp. 41-57), 4to, Gotha, 1879.

Wood, W. M. Fankwei; or the "San Jacinto" in the seas of India, China and Japan, 120, New York, 1859 ($ 1.50).

Wood, C. Day in Tokio (Lippincott's Magazine, vol. 31 p. 96 and foll.), Philadelphia.

Younghusband, Capt. G. J. On short leave to Japan 233 Pp. with 8 plates, post 850, London, 1894 (65).

d. -Japanese abroad.

Cortambert, R. Impressions d'un Japonais en France, suivies des impressions des Annamites en Europe, recueillies par l'auteur, 12mo, Paris, 1864 (fr. 2.-) Geerts, A. j. C. Les aventures du japonais Yamada Nagasama, d'après Saito Masakané, (pp. 213-218 of the Excursions et reconnaissances dans la Cochinchine française, pt. 14) Saigon, Imprimerie du gouvernement, royal 8vo, 1882.

James, J. M. Foreign travels of modern Japanese adventurers, 8vo, (Transactions Asiatic Society Japan vol. VII [pt. 3] pp. 191-210), 80, Yokohama, 1879. It is a translation of the small work: Kai-gai-i-den, by Saitî Masakane of the Tsu Han (province of Ise) 1850 A. D.

Japanese Ambassador's Journey to London. (Cornhill Magazine, vol. 7 p. 603 and foll.), 8ve, London.

Japanese club at Cambridge.

Xth meeting (Michaeimas Term 1892) 23 pp. small 8, Cambridge, 1892.
XIth meeting (Lent Term 1893) 25 pp. small 80, Cambridge 1893.

The object of the Club is "to study the training and the character of the English gentleman." Each Report contains beside the full minutes of the meeting an abstract of all preceding ones.

Japanese in Washington in 1871 (Every Saturday, vol. 11 p. 295 and foll.)

Boston.

Kenschin, Samurai. Japanesische Briefe. Berichte eines Japanesen ueber deutsche Kulturzustaende und europaeische Verhaeltnisse ueberhaupt, large 8vo, VI, 118 pp. Bamberg, 1891 (1 Mk.).

Lanman, C. The Japanese in America, 8vo, New York, 1872 ($ 1.50). Moral reflexions by a Japanese traveller (North American Review, No. 125 p. 79), 80, Boston and New York, 1877.

Satow, E. M. Diary of [Ichikawa Wataru] a member of the Japanese embassy to Europe in 1862-63. (Chinese and Japanese Repository vol. III PP. 305-312, 361-363, 425-437, 465-472, 521-528 and 569-576), 8vo, London, 1865.- Unfinished, as the publication of the "Repository" stopped in December 1865.

Thwing, C. F. Japanese and Chinese students in America (Scribner's Monthly Magazine, vol. 20 p. 450 and foll.), New York. Tokiwari and Yashiri, Japanese letters. Eastern impressions of Western men and manners as contained in the correspondence between Tokiwari and Yashiri, ed. by Commander H. Berkeley, 16 +255 pp. 8vo, New York, 1891, ($ 1.50c).

Voyage en Europe et aux Etats-Unis d'Amérique de S. A. I. le prince japonais Nihon Shin wo Arisougawa, abridged French translation from the Japanese work entitled "Djounranshiki" published by the "Daidjokwan" (Jap. government) (Annales de l'Extrême Orient, vol. VII pp. 113-119, 142-153, 174-184), roy. 8vo, Paris, 1884-85.

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V. RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY.

a. Buddhism, Shintoism and other oriental religions or philosophical
b. Christianity in Japan. 1. Early Missions.- -2. Protestant
Missions.-3. Roman-Catholic Missions. —4. Missions

systems.

of the Greek Orthodox (Russian) Church.

a. - Buddhism, Shintoism and other oriental religions or philosophical systems.

Abell, F. Pilgrimage in Japan (Gentleman's Magazine, New Ser. vol. 35 p. 30 and foll.) 8vo, London,

Atkinson, Rev. J. L. Prince Siddartha, the Japanese buddhist, based on Japanese manuscripts, about 300 pp., 8vo, Tokyo, 1894. Avalokitêçvara Sutra [in Chinese: Pu-sa Kuan-sei-yin] Chinese text in Chinese characters with romanized Japanese translation by C. Puini, added is an Italian translation with introduction and notes by C. Puini, 15 +16+ 20 pp. with large plate showing the goddess Kuan-sei-yin and the effects of her misericordious power (Atsume Gusa, vol. I sheets 23-25, 38a and 39; vol. II sheets 40, 47, 50, 51, 62, 73a and 73), 4to, Genève, 1873-74. Beal, S. The Buddhist Tripitaka as it is known in China and Japan, a Cata. logue and compendious report, II, 117 pp., folio, Devenport, 1876. (7s 6d)Shortly afterwards was published as supplement to it: Index to Sanscrit works named in Rev. Beal's "Buddhist Tripitaka", 2 pp., folio. Both are out of print.

Beal's Buddhist records of the western world; religious question in Japan (Dublin Review, April 1885).

Bousquet, G. La religion au Japon. La rivalité du Shinto et du Bouddhisme, le dogme chrétien devant les philosophes japonais (Revue des Deux Mondes 1876, March 15th, 8vo, Paris.

Bréviaire de la religion sinto [ou kami]. Sanscrit text in Roman characters, introduction, French translation and a commentary by L. Metchnikoff, 820 pp. (Ban Zai Sau, sheets 146, 147, 156 and 159 contained in vol IV) royal 8vo, Genève, 1880.

Bridge, C. A. G. Kiyôto, the sacred City of Japan (Ecclectic Magazine, vol. 90, p. 288 and foll.) New York.

Bruhmet, M. A. Religion of Japan (Potter's American Monthly, vol. 13 pp. 161 and foll.) Philadelphia.

Buddhist lectures against Christianity given in the "Meiji-Kaido" (Chrysanthemum vol. I pp. 404-408) Svo, Yokohama, 1881.

Buddhist Religion in Japan (Notes and Queries 6th series vol. VI, p. 46) small 4to, London, 1882 (reprinted from the "Japan Gazette" May 13th 1882). Buddhist texts from Japan (form vol. I-III of the "Aryan Series" of the Anecdota Oxoniensia) crown 4to, Oxford, 1881-84.

Contents: Vol. I: Vagrakkhdikâ, edited by F. Max Müller. (3s 6d). Vol. II: Sukhâvatî Vyûha, edited by F. Max Müller, M. A., and Bunyiu Nanjio. (7s 6ď).

Vol. III: The Ancient Palmleaves containing the Praga-PâramitâHridaya-Sutra and the Ushaisha-Vigaya-Dhârazi, edited by F. Max Müller M. A., and Bunyiu Nanjio, M. A. With an Appendix by G. Bühler. (105). Buehler, G. Note on a second old Sanscrit palmleaf [Buddhistic] Manuscript from Japan (Indian Antiquary vol. XIV, pp. 228-229), 4to, Bombay, 1885. Translated from the Oesterreichische Monatsschrift f. d. Orient vol. XI, p. 68.

Bunyiu Nanjio (a IIonguangi priest) Catalogue of the Chinese translation of the Buddhist Tripitaka, the sacred Canon of the Buddhists in China and Japan, compiled by order of the Secretary of State for India, demy 4to, Oxford, 1883. (£ 1. 125 6ď).

Bunyiu Nanjio, A history of the twelve Japanese Buddhist sects, translated from the original Japanese, 31 + 172 pp., small 8vo, Tokyo, 1886. — Out of print.

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