Fleet on Indian Eras; mccrindle commences his Periplus of the Ery thraean Sea, Dr. John Muir his Metrical Version of the Mahabharata, and Yule and Burnell their Glossary of anglo-indian Terms (hobson-jobson). Dr. Hoernle also began his long epigraphic series with greeco-baktrian Monograms. Volume IX (1880) contains Mrs. F. A. Steel and Temple'sj/v Folk-tales in the Panjab (afterwards Wide-awake Stories), Sir H. Howorth's Chinghiz Khan and his Ancestors, and Dr. E. West's Pahlavi Inscriptions. In Volume X (1880) is mccrindle's Ktesias' Description of Ancient India. Volume XI (1882) contains Steel and Temple's Folk-tales from Kashmir and Edward Thomas East India Company's Coinage and Exchange. In Volume XII (1883) is an important paper, D. B. Hutcheon's Conversion of Muhammadan Dates. Volume XIII the last issued by Dr. James Burgess contains Professor V. Ball's Geologist's contribution to Ancient Indian History and Biihler's fundamental articles on the Delhi and Allaha bad Asoka Pillars also K. T. Best's Proverbs of Ali Ibn Talebi, the first of Dr. E. Hultzsch's many contributions to Epigraphy and S. M. Natesa Sastri's Folklore in Southern India.