APPENDICES



Appendix I Bibliography of Richard Burton

1. Grammar of the Jataki or Belochi Dialect.  (Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.) 1849.
2. Remarks on Dr. Dorn's Chrestomathy of the Afghan Tongue.  (Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.) 1849.
3. Reports addressed to the Bombay Government.
  (1.) General Notes on Sind.
  (2.) Notes on the Population of Sind.
4. Grammar of the Mooltanee Language.
5. Goa and the Blue Mountains. 1851.
6. Scinde, or the Unhappy Valley. 2 vols., 1851.
7. Sindh, and the Races that inhabit the Valley of the Indus. 1851.
8. Falconry in the Valley of the Indus. 1852.
9. Commencement (with Dr. Steinhauser) of The Arabian Nights. 1852.
10. A Complete System of Bayonet Exercise. 1853.
11. The Kasidah. (Written.  Published in 1880.)
12. El Islam. (Written.  Published with The Jew and the Gypsy in 1898.)
13. Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah. 3 vols. 1855-6. 2nd edition, 1857; 3rd edition, 1879.
14. First Footsteps in East Africa, or an Exploration of Harar. 1856.
15. Lake Regions of Equatorial Africa. 2 vols., 1860.
16. Volume 33 of the Royal Geographical Society. 1860.
17. The City of the Saints and across the Rocky Mountains to California. 1861.
18. Wanderings in West Africa. 2 vols., 1863.
19. Prairie Traveller, by R. B. Marcy.  Edited by Burton, 1863.
20. Abeokuta and the Cameroons. 2 vols., 1863.
21. A Day among the Fans. 17th February 1863.
22. The Nile Basin. 1864.
23. A Mission to the King of Dahome. 2 vols., 1864.
24. Marcy's Prairie Traveller.  Notes by Burton, (Anthropological Review), 1864.
25. Speech at Farewell Dinner given by the Anthropological Society to R. F. B. before his departure for South America, 4th April 1865. (Anthropological Review, iii., 167-182.)
26. Wit and Wisdom from West Africa. 1865.
27. Pictorial Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. 1865.
28. Psychic Facts.  Stone Talk, by Francis Baker [Burton]. 1865.
29. Notes on Certain Matters connected with the Dahoman. 1865.
30. On an Hermaphrodite from the Cape de Verde Islands. 1866.
31. Exploration of the Highlands of the Brazil. ... also Canoeing down 1,500 Miles of the great River Sao Francisco, from Sabara to the Sea. 2 vols., 1869.
32. Vikram and the Vampire. (Adapted from the Baital Pachisi.) 1870.
33. Letters from the Battlefields of Paraguay. 1870.
34. Proverba Communia Syriaca.  (Royal Asiatic Society.) 1871. (See No. 37.]
35. The Jew.  (Written 1871.  Published 1898 with The Gypsy and El Islam).
36. Zanzibar: City, Island and Coast. 2 vols., 1872.
37. Unexplored Syria, by Burton and C. Tyrwhitt Drake. 2 vols., 1872.  No. 24 is included in Vol. i.
38. On Human Remains, and other Articles from Iceland. 1872.
39. Medinah and Meccah. 3 vols. in one, 1873.
40. Minas Geraes and the Occupations of the Present Inhabitants. 7th January 1873.
41. Lacerda's Journey to Cazembe in 1798, translated and annotated by Capt. R. F. Burton. 1873.
42. The Captivity of Hans Stade of Hesse, in A.D. 1547-1555, among the Wild Tribes of Eastern Brazil.  Translated by Albert Tootal, of Rio de Janeiro, and annotated by Burton. 1874.
43. Articles on Rome. (Macmillan's Magazine.) 1874-5.
44. The Catellieri, or Prehistoric Ruins of the Istrian Peninsula.
45. Gerber's Province of Minas Geraes.  Translated by Burton. (Royal Geographical Society.) 1874.
46. New System of Sword Exercise. 1875.
47. Ultima Thule; or a Summer in Iceland. 2 vols., 1875.
48. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo. 2 vols., 1875.
49. Inner Life of Syria. 2 vols., 1875.  By Isabel Burton.
50. The Long Wall of Salona and the Ruined Cities of Pharia and Gelsa di Lesina. 1875.
51. The Port of Trieste.
52. The Gypsy.  (Written in 1875.  Published in 1898 with The Jew and El Islam.)
53. Etruscan Bologna. 1876.
54. New System of Sword Exercise for Infantry. 1876.
55. Sind Revised. 2 vols., 1877.
56. The Gold Mines of Midian and the Ruined Midianite Cities. 1878.
57. A. E. I. (Arabia, Egypt, India.) By Isabel Burton.
58. Ogham Runes and El Mushajjar. 1879.
59. The Land of Midian Revisited. 2 vols., 1879.
60. Camoens. (1.) The Lusiands. 2 vols., 1879.
    (2.) Life of Camoens and Commentary. 1882.
    (3.) The Lyrics. 1884.
61. Kasidah. 1880.
62. Visit to Lissa and Pelagoza.[FN#704] 1880.
63. A Glance at the Passion Play. 1881.
64. How to deal with the Slave Scandal in Egypt. 1881.
65. Thermae of Monfalcone. 1881.
66. Lord Beaconsfield, a Sketch. Pp. 12. 1882?
67. To the Gold Coast for Gold. By Burton and Verney Lovett Cameron. 2 vols., 1883.
68. Stone Implements from the Gold Coast.  By Burton and Cameron. 1883.
69. Publications of the Kama Shastra Society:--
    The Kama Sutra. 1883.
    The Ananga Ranga. 1885.
    The Arabian Nights. 1885-1886.
    The Scented Garden. 1886.
    The Beharistan. 1887.
    The Gulistan. 1888.
    The Nigaristan, etc. (Unpublished.)
70. The Book of the Sword. 1884.
71. The Thousand Nights and a Night. 1st vol., 12th September 1885. 10th vol., 12th July 1886.
72. Il Pentamerone.  Translated.  Printed in 2 vols., 1892.
73. Iracema or Honey Lips; and Manuel de Moraes the Convert. Translated from the Brazilian. 1886.
74. Six Months at Abbazia.  By Burton and Lady Burton. 1888.
75. Lady Burton's Edition of The Arabian Nights. 6 vols. 1888.
76. Supplemental Volumes to The Arabian Nights.
   1st vol., 1st December 1886.
   6th vol., 1st August 1888.
77. The Scented Garden.  Translated. 1888-1890.
78. Catullus. (Translated 1890.  Printed 1894).
79. The Golden Ass, and other Works.  Left unfinished.
80. Priapeia. 1890.



  Posthumous Publications


81. Morocco and the Moors.  By Henry Leared.  Edited by Burton. Printed 1891.
82. Il Pentamerone; or the Tale of Tales. 2 vols., 1893.
83. The Kasidah.  An edition of 100 copies.
84. Life of Sir Richard Burton, by Lady Burton. 1893.
85. Catullus. Printed 1894.
86. Library Edition of The Arabian Nights.
87. The Jew, the Gypsy, and El Islam. Printed 1898.
88. Wanderings in Three Continents. 1901.



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