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, Evil, 13

of Heaven and Earth, 24, 42,

103, 262

Spiritual road, 248 (see Shinto)

S'ramana, 92, 134

S'ramanera, 13 1, 180

S'ravasti, 88

Stage-posts, 183

Statistics, missionary, 198, 206, 214,

217, 223, 226
Staunton, Sir G., 210
Stevenson, Rev. J. W., 215
Stone, Nestorian, 122, 134, 142

records, 141, 143, 145, 160,

165, 174

Stronach, Rev. John, 213
Students, Russian, 237
Sli Kwang-k'i, 192
Su Ts'in, 48
Submission, 58
Succiur, 183
S'uddh6dana, 76
Suh Chou, 183
Sui dynasty, 70, 93
Su-lu-ch'i (see Zoroaster), no
Sun worship, 102, 109
Sunday, Chinese (see Li-pai)



Sung dynasty, great, 94, 99, ng, 144,
161, 165, 166, 179, 188

, Nanking, 70, 89, 91, 133

Yun, 91, 106, 109

Sunnites, 161

Suovetaurilia, 73

Superstitions, 23, 84

Supreme Emperor of Heaven, 28

Sutras, 75, 79, 85, 91, 123, 134, 152

Swat, 87

Swatow, 135, 192, 220

Synagogues, 165, 174

Synod, Russian, 242, 245

Syria, 4, 12, 113, 127, 137, 181

Syriac, 151

Syrian language, 127

ritual, 138, 182

Sz, or temple, 160

Sz-ch'wan, 87

Sz Ma-ts'ien (see List of Authorities)

Tabar'i, author, 115

Tablet, Nestorian 172, (see Stone)

Tablets of worship, 25, 167

, (see Stone)

Tabu of personal names, 102

Tah-so (see Tarsa), 125, 126

Tai race, 84

T'ai-p'ing rebellion, 161, 174, 204,

214, 259
T'ai-yiian Fu, n8, 130, 133, 160
Talas, battle of, 142
Tamalipti, 88
Tamerlane, 153, 233
Tamlook, 88,
T'ang dynasty, 94,99, 119, 121, 126,

143, 156, 170, 179, 195,235,258
T'ang, Emperor, 130, 156
Tangut kingdom, 143, 183
Tantra worship, 83, 97, 129, 236,

245
Tao, the word, 12, 26, 44, 121, 165,

168, 248
Taoism, 10, 32, 79, 97, 128, 161,

182, 192, 240, 254
, degenerate, 10, 48, 79, 82,

100, 129, 168, 201
, pure, 10, 30, 46, 82, 96,

100, 251 (see also Appendix)
Taoist classic, n, 38, 45, 98, 127,

248, 259 (see Appendix)

, writers, 46, 180

Tao-teh (King), 127 (see Appendix)
Tapestry, 124
T'apur, Khan, 132, 134
Tardu, Khan, ni
Tarim valley, 74, 83
Tarsa (Christians), 127
Tartar Khanships, 233
I rulers, 71, S7, 179



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INDEX



Tartars, 22, 27, 76, 85, 108, 195

, influence of, 29, 130

, religions of, 3, 59, 74, 109,

132, 232
Tartary, 46,
Tashkend, 141
Tashkurgan, 88
Ta-ts'in, no, 112, 119, 122, 137,

166, 181, 192
Taylor Mission, 215, 218
Taxation, 5, 29, 176, 183, 232
Taxila, 87, 88,
Tazih (see Arabs), 140, 147
Tchakuka, 83
Teh-sih, spirit, 107
Temples, 66, no, 117, 133, 161,

243

of the Cross, 186

Tengri Kudu, 22

Tenshi-sama, 22

Tents, position of, 109

Terminus, Roman, 25

Tersa, or Terzai, 107, 127, 180, 232

Tesh, the Blind, 115

Testament, New, 122

, Old, 122

Texts, common, 258, 259

, original, 258

Thank-offerings, 103
Thomas, St, 137
Three dynasties, 33, 269

principles, 27, 37

religions, 168

Tibet, 47, 85, 99, 143, 228, 231,

245
Tibetan "emperors," 88, 134

tribes, 27, 89

Tibetans, 5, 22, 84, 89, 108

, invading, 116

Tieh-sieh (see Tersa), 180, 182
Tientsin Treaty, 213 (see Treaty)

, Massacre, 221

T'ien-tsz, 22

Tiger worship, 104

Timur, Khan, 185

Ting Chou, 130

Tobolsk, 233, 234

Toba Tartars, 70, 89, 105, 109

Tobar, Rev. J., S.J., 165

Toghun Timur, 18S

Togo, Admiral, 71

Tokhara, 107, 112, 128, 140

Toktamish Khan, 233

Tokugawa regime, 269

Tokyo, 244

Tolerance of China, a, 6, 15, 340

T6I0S Turks, 116

Tolstoy, 41

Tombs, 7i, 103, 255

in Persia, 146



Tomlin, missionary, 211
Tonquin Christians, 224
Tournaments, religious, 10, 97, 128,

180, 182
Tournon, Bishop, 200
Trade, 84, 144, 161, 196

routes, 13

, sea, 117, 144, 190

Traders, 226

Transmigration of souls, 81, 83
Transoxiana, 128, 183
Treaty, Nanking, 212

, Russian, 236

, tampering, 205

, Tientsin, 209, 213, 237, 241

Tribes, non-Chinese, 22

Tributary states, 236, 242

Trigault, Nicholas, 172

Trinity, the, 122

" True religion," 1 16

Tseng, Marquess, 225

Tseng-tsz, 60

Ts'i country, (see Lu, and Shan

Tung)
Ts'i, Southern, 70, 89, 91, 134
Ts'i, Tartar (see Tobas)
Tsin, dynasty, 85, 86, 133
Ts'in, dynasty, 49, 73, 93
Ts'ing-chen temples, 166
Ts'in, Kingdom, 181 (see Ta-ts'in)
Ts'in, State, 30, 68
Tso Tsung-t'ang, Viceroy, 259
Ts'ui Hao, 90
Tsung-li Yamen, 223
Ts'ung-ling, 107
Tulishen, 234
T'ungchow, 218
Tung Fuh-siang, 158
Tungusic peoples, 74, 102
T'ung-wen Kwan, 237
Tunyukuk, the Turk, 132
Turfan, 105, no, 119, 153
Tiirgas tribes, 141
Turkestan, 105, 144, 183
Turkish stocks, 147
Turks, 92, 102, 109, 141, 176, 235,

245, 249

, Eastern, 116, 147

, Northern, 116, 131

, Western, no, ni, 141, 175

Two Kwang, 191
Tycoons, the, 269

Udjana, 87, 98, 107

United States, 221, 227

Urumtsi, 180

Usbeg Khan, 232

Ustad, Jewish, 167, 170, 185

Utini, 187



INDEX



317



Vadjrapani Guards, 135

Vassal princes, 27, 39

Vassily Leontyeff, 234

Vasudeva, 76

Vegetarians, 91, 114

Verapoly, Bishop of, 138

Verbiest, 197

Vicariats, Apostolic, 204

Vicegerent of God, 34, 50, 62, 259

Victims, 28

Vihara, 86

Vimala sutra (see Buddhism)

Virgin, the, 122

Virtues, nine, 24

Visdelou, Bishop, 201

Visions, i, 18, 75, 156

Vladimir, duchy, 231

Vladimir, the Holy, 231

Vladislavitch, 236

Volga, River, 181, 231

Volonteri, Bishop

Voltaire, 38

Vows, Buddhist, 240

Wade, Sir T., 210, 223
Wakhan, 91
Wang Yang-ming, 71
War, China, 214, 237

, Laocius on, 40

Warrior castes, 37, 39, 62
Water and worship, iio
Watson, Rev. John, 267
Way, divine, 255

, the right, 39, 248

Wei Tao-an, 87, 88
Wei-wu-r, 148 (see Ouigour)
Welsh, the, 268
Wesleyans, 221, 267
West, chief of the, 26

, the, 27, 105, 120, 124, 147, 156

Sea, 107, 112

Western Asia, 3, 169, 195

Regions, 128, 169

religions, 171, 180, 198

writers, 233, 263

White Caps, 161

horse monastery, 85, 117, 195

horse sacrifices, 102

lily rebels, 193

races, 77

Williams, Dr S. W., 210, 217
Williamson, Rev. A., 217



Willow-bush shooting, 102

Wine, 54

Wives, position of, 55, 103, 130, 220

Wizards, 90

Wolfe, Archdeacon, 220

Women and Buddhism, 81, 130, 140

, position of, 27, 44, 55, 64, 118

Wooden books, 33, 49
Worship, ancestral, 29

of sun and moon, 102

Writing materials, 33, 49

systems, 33, 105, 106, 108, 132,

151, 251, 256
Wuhu, 225
Wylie, Alexander, 213

Xanadu (see Shang-tu), 150, 185
Xavier, St F., 190

Yahakuvuh, or Jacob, 169

Yaksa, 233

Yakub Beg, 157, 259

Burzug Khan, 157

Yang-chou Fu, 79, 87, 116, 216, 218,

225
Yang Kwang-sien, 196
Yangtsze River, 86, 95, 218

Valley, 130

Yarkand, 75, 83, 155, 183

Yates, Rev. M., 218

Yazdbocet, 128

Years, lunar and solar, 156

Yedo city, 270

Ye-li-k'o-wen (see Erkun), 183

Yellow Emperor, 24, 48

River, 144, 167, 170

Sea, 22

Yen-sheng Kung, 70

Yezdegerd, 112, 140

Yin and Yang, 20, 37, 80, 89, 115

Y6ga school, 83

" Yomei" philosophy, 71

Yiian dynasty, 235

Yiie-shu-wo, or Joshua, 169

Yiin Nan, 5, 84, 85, 154, 158, 163, 184

Zaitun, 185, 188
Zarafshan River, 107
Zechariah, 166
Ziyad, General, 141
Zoroaster, no
Zwetkoff, 240



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