1. Paul Kransel, Dissertations, Berlin, 1902.

  2. Mercurius Politicus, 1638.

  3. The Chinese Elysium.

  4. We should like to call attention to Dr. Paul Carus’s admirable translation of the Tao Te Ching. The Open Court Publishing Company, Chicago, 1898.

  5. The precious jewels formed in the bodies of Buddhas after cremation.

  6. We refer to Ralph N. Cram’s Impressions of Japanese Architecture and the Allied Arts. The Baker & Taylor Co., New York, 1905.

  7. The Dragon Gorge of Honan.

  8. “Pingtse,” by Yuenchunlang.

  9. Sumadera, near Kobe.

  10. All celebrated Chinese poets and philosophers.