Index IV.--A.


Table of Contents of the Unfinished Calcutta (1814-18) Edition (First Two Hundred Nights Only) of the Arabic Text of the Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night.


    Introduction--
    1.     The Bull and the Ass                            
  1.     The Trader and the Jinni                               1
    1.     The First Old Man's Story                          2
    2.     The Second Old Man's Story                          4
             (The Third Old Man's Story is wanting.)
  2.     The Fisherman and the Jinni                              8
    1.     The Physician Duban                              9
      1.     The Merchant and the Parrot                     14
      2.     The Prince and the Ogress                     15
    2.     The Ensorcelled Youth                         21
  3.     The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad                     28
    1.     The First Kalandar's Tale                         39
    2.     The Second Kalandar's Tale                         42
      1.     The Envier and the Envied                     46
    3.     The Third Kalandar's Tale                         53
    4.     The Eldest Lady's Tale                         64
             (The Story of the Portress is wanting.)
  4.     The Three Apples                                 68
  5.     Nur al-Din Ali and his Son Badr al-Din Hassan                 72
  6.     Isaac of Mosul's Story of Khadijah and the Caliph Al-Maamun         94
  7.     The Hunchback's Tale                                101
    1.     The Nazarene Broker's Story                        109
    2.     The Cook's Story                            121
          (The Reeve or Comptroller's Tale in the Bresl., Mac. and Bull Edits.)
    3.     The Jewish Physician's Story                        124
    4.     Tale of the Tailor                            136
    5.     The Barber's Tale of Himself                        143
      1.     The Barber's Tale of his First Brother            145
      2.     The Barber's Tale of his Second Brother            148
      3.     The Barber's Tale of his Third Brother            151
      4.     The Barber's Tale of his Fourth Brother            152
      5.     The Barber's Tale of his Fifth Brother            154
      6.     Story of the Barber's Sixth Brother                158
  8.     Ali bin Bakkar and Shams Al-Nahar                        161
  9.     Nur al-Din Ali and the Damsel Anis al-Jalis                    181
  10.     Women's Craft                                195
  11.     Sindbad the Seaman and Hindbad the Hammal
          (In Mac. and Bresl. Edit.: "Sindibad the Sailor and Sindbad the Hammal,")
    1.     The First Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
    2.     The Second Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
    3.     The Third Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
    4.     The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
    5.     The Fifth Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
    6.     The Sixth Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
    7.     The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman.
1
2
4

8
9
14
15
21
28
39
42
46
53
64
68
72
101
109
121
124
136
143
145
148
151
152
154
158
161
181
195














 Index IV.--B.


Table of Contents of the Breslau (Tunis) Edition of the Arabic Text of the Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, From Mr. Payne’s Version.





                                                Night
    Introduction.--Story of King Shehriyar and his Brother.
    1.     Story of the Ox and the Ass.
  1.     The Merchant and the Genie    1
    1.     The First Old Man's Story    4
    2.     The Second Old Man's Story    6
    3.     The Third Old Man's Story    8
  2.     The Fisherman and the Genie    8
    1.     Story of the Physician Duban    11
      1.     Story of the Jealous Man and the Parrot [FN#458]    14
      2.     Story of the King's Son and the Ogress    15
    2.     Story of the Enchanted Youth    21
  3.     The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad    28
    1.     The First Calender's Story    37
    2.     The Second Calender's Story    40
      1.     The Envier and the Envied    46
    3.     The Third Calender's Story    53
    4.     The Eldest Lady's Story    63
    5.     Story of the Portress    67
  4.     The Three Apples    69
  5.     Noureddin Ali of Cairo and his son Bedreddin Hassan    72
  6.     Story of the Hunchback    102
    1.     The Christian Broker's Story    107
    2.     The Controller's Story    119
    3.     The Jewish Physician's Story    129
    4.     The Tailor's Story    137
    5.     The Barber's Story    149
      1.     Story of the Barber's First Brother    150
      2.     Story of the Barber's Second Brother    154
      3.     Story of the Barber's Third Brother    157
      4.     Story of the Barber's Fourth Brother    157
      5.     Story of the Barber's Fifth Brother    160
      6.     Story of the Barber's Sixth Brother    164
  7.     Ali ben Bekkar and Shemsennehar    169
  8.     Noureddin Ali and the Damsel Enis el Jelis    199
  9.     Kemerezzeman and Budour    218
  10.     The Enchanted Horse    244
  11.     The Voyages of Sindbad the Sailor    250
    1.     The First Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    252
    2.     The Second Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    253
    3.     The Third Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    255
    4.     The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor     259
    5.     The Fifth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor     263
    6.     The Sixth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor     266
    7.     The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    269
  12.     Asleep and Awake    271
    1.     The Lackpenny and the Cook    273
  13.     Seif el Mulouk and Bediya el-Jemal    291
  14.     Khelif the Fisherman [FN#459]    321
  15.     Ghanim ben Eyoub the Slave of Love    332
    1.     Story of the Eunuch Sewab [FN#460]    334
    2.     Story of the Eunuch Kafour    334
  16.     Uns el Wujoud and the Vizier's Daughter Rose-in-bud    341
  17.     The Merchant of Oman    354
  18.     Ardeshir and Heyat en Nufous    364
  19.     Hassan of Bassora and the King's Daughter of the Jinn    396
  20.     Haroun er Rashid and the Three Poets     432
  21.     Omar ben Abdulaziz and the Poets    432
  22.     El Hejjaj and the Three Young Men    434
  23.     Er Reshid and the Woman of the Barmecides    434
  24.     The Ten Viziers, or the History of King Azadbekht and his Son    435
    1.     The Unlucky Merchant    440
    2.     The Merchant and his Sons    444
    3.     Abu Sabir    448
    4.     Prince Bihzad    453
    5.     King Dadbin and his Viziers    455
    6.     King Bekhtzeman    461
    7.     King Bihkerd    464
    8.     Ilan Shah and Abou Temam    466
    9.     King Ibrahim and his Son    471
    10.     King Suleiman Shah and his Sons    475
    11.     The Prisoner and how God gave him Relief    485
  25.     The City of Brass    487
  26.     Nimeh ben er Rebya and Num his Slave-girl    501
  27.     Alaeddin Abou es Shamat    520
  28.     Hatim Tai; his Generosity after Death    531
  29.     Maan ben Zaideh and the three Girls    532
  30.     Maan ben Zaideh and the Bedouin    532
  31.     The City of Lebtait    532
  32.     The Khalif Hisham and the Arab Youth    534
  33.     Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the Barber-Surgeon    534
  34.     The City of Iram    538
  35.     Isaac of Mosul's Story of Khedijeh and the Khalif Mamoun    540
  36.     The Mock Khalif    543
  37.     The Imam Abou Yousuf with Er Reshid and Jaafar    555
  38.     The Lover who feigned himself a Thief to save his Mistress's Honour    557
  39.     Abou Mohammed the Lazy    563
  40.     Jaafar ben Yehya and Abdulmelik ben Salih    565
  41.     Jaafar ben Yehya [FN#461] and the Man who forged a Letter in his Name    566
  42.     Er Reshid and the Barmecides    567
  43.     Ibn es Semmak and Er Reshid    568
  44.     El Mamoun and Zubeideh    568
  45.     Ali Shir [FN#462] and Zummurrud    569
  46.     The Loves of Budour and Jubeir ben Umeir    587
  47.     The Man of Yemen and his Six Slave-girls    595
  48.     Haroun Er Reshid with the Damsel and Abou Nuwas    600
  49.     The Man who stole the Dog's Dish of Gold    602
  50.     El Melik en Nasir and the Three Masters of Police    603
    1.     Story of the Chief of the New Cairo Police    604
    2.     Story of the Chief of the Boulac Police    605
    3.     Story of the Chief of the Old Cairo Police    605
  51.     The Thief and the Money-changer    605
  52.     Ibrahim ben el Mekdi and the Merchant's Sister    606
  53.     King Kelyaad [FN#463] of Hind and his Vizier Shimas    609
    1.     The Cat and the Mouse    609
    2.     The Fakir and his Pot of Butter    610
    3.     The Fishes and the Crab    611
    4.     The Crow and the Serpent    611
    5.     The Fox and the Wild Ass    611
    6.     The Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince    612
    7.     The Crows and the Hawk    613
    8.     The Serpent-Charmer and his Wife    614
    9.     The Spider and the Wind    615
    10.     The Two Kings    616
    11.     The Blind Man and the Cripple    616
    12.     The Foolish Fisherman    626
    13.     The Boy and the Thieves    627
    14.     The Man and his Wilful Wife    627
    15.     The Merchant and the Thieves    629
    16.     The Foxes and the Wolf    630
    17.     The Shepherd and the Thief    632
    18.     The Heathcock and the Tortoises    634
  54.     The Woman whose Hands were cut off for Almsgiving    641
  55.     The Poor Man and His Generous Friend    643
  56.     The Ruined Man who became Rich again through a Dream    644
  57.     Abou Nuwas with the Three Boys and the Khalif Haroun er Reshid    645
  58.     The Lovers of the Benou Udhreh [FN#464]    646
  59.     El Mutelemmis and his Wife Umeimeh    648
  60.     Haroun er Reshid and Zubeideh in the Bath    648
  61.     Musab ben ez Zubeir and Aaisheh his Wife    649
  62.     Aboulaswed and his Squinting Slave-girl    651
  63.     Haroun er Reshid and the Two Girls    651
  64.     Haroun er Reshid and the Three Girls    651
  65.     The Simpleton and the Sharper    652
  66.     The Imam Abou Yousuf with Er Reshid and Zubeideh    652
  67.     The Khalif El Hakim and the Merchant    653
  68.     Kisra Anoushirwan and the Village Damsel    653
  69.     The Water-Carrier and the Goldsmith's Wife    654
  70.     Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman .    656
  71.     Yehya ben Khalid and the Poor Man    656
  72.     Mohammed el Amin and Jaafar ben el Hadi    657
  73.     The Woman's Trick against her Husband    658
  74.     The Devout Woman and the Two Wicked Elders    659
  75.     El Fezl ben Rebiya [FN#465] and the Old Bedouin    660
  76.     En Numan and the Arab of the Benou Tai    660
  77.     The Draper and the Thief [FN#466]    661
  78.     Mesrour and Ibn el-Caribi    662
  79.     The Devout Prince    664
  80.     The Schoolmaster who fell in Love by Report    665
  81.     The Foolish Schoolmaster    666
  82.     The Ignorant Man who set up for a Schoolmaster    667
  83.     Adi ben Zeid and the Princess Hind    668
  84.     Dibil el Khuzai; with the Lady and Muslim ben el Welid    670
  85.     Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant    670
  86.     The Three Unfortunate Lovers    672
  87.     The Lovers of the Benou Tai    673
  88.     The Mad Lover    674
  89.     Firouz and his Wife    675
  90.     The Apples of Paradise    676
  91.     The Loves of Abou Isa and Curret el Ain    678
  92.     El Amin and his Uncle Ibrahim ben el Mehdi    682
  93.     El Feth ben Khacan and El Mutawekkil    683
  94.     The Man's Dispute with the Learned Woman of the relative Excellence of the Sexes    683
  95.     Abou Suweid and the Handsome Old woman    687
  96.     Ali ben Tahir and the Girl Mounis    688
  97.     The Woman who had a Boy and the other who had a Man to Lover    688
  98.     The Haunted House in Baghdad    688
  99.     The History of Gherib and his brother Agib    698
  100.     The Rogueries of Delileh the Crafty and her daughter Zeyned the Trickstress    755
  101.     The Adventures of Quicksilver Ali of Cairo    766
  102.     Joudar and his Brothers    776
  103.     Julnar of the Sea and her Son King Bedr Basim of Persia    794
  104.     Mesrour and Zein el Mewasif    821
  105.     Ali Noureddin and the Frank King's Daughter    831
  106.     The Man of Upper Egypt and his Frank Wife    862
  107.     The Ruined Man of Baghdad and his Slave-girl    864
  108.     Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the Barber    867
  109.     Abdallah the Fisherman and Abdallah the Merman    877
  110.     King Shah Bekht and his Vizier Er Rehwan    885
    1.     The Man of Khorassan, his Son and his Governor    886
    2.     The Singer and the Druggist    888
    3.     The King who knew the Quintessence of Things    891
    4.     The Rich Man who gave his Fair Daughter in Marriage to the Poor Old Man    892
    5.     The Rich Man and his Wasteful Son    893
    6.     The King's Son who fell in Love with the Picture    894
    7.     The Fuller and his Wife    896
    8.     The Old Woman, the Merchant and the King    896
    9.     The Credulous Husband.    898
    10.     The Unjust King and the Tither    899
      1.     Story of David and Solomon    899
    11.     The Thief and the Woman    899
    12.     The Three Men and our Lord Jesus    901
      1.     The Disciple's Story    901
    13.     The Dethroned King whose Kingdom and Good were Restored to Him    901
    14.     The Man whose Caution was the Cause of his Death    903
    15.     The Man who was lavish of his House and his Victual to one whom he knew not    904
    16.     The Idiot and the Sharper    905
    17.     Khelbes and his Wife and the Learned Man    906
    18.     The Pious Woman accused of Lewdness    907
    19.     The Journeyman and the Girl    909
    20.     The Weaver who became a Physician by his Wife's Commandment    909
    21.     The Two Sharpers who cheated each his Fellow    911
    22.     The Sharpers with the Money Changer and the Ass    914
    23.     The Sharper and the Merchants    915
      1.     The Hawk and the Locust    916
    24.     The King and his Chamberlain's Wife.    917
      1.     The Old Woman and the Draper's Wife    917
    25.     The foul-favoured Man and his Fair Wife    918
    26.     The King who lost Kingdom and Wife and Wealth and God restored them to him    919
      1.     Selim and Selma    922
      2.     The King of Hind and his Vizier    928
  111.     El Melik er Zahir Rukneddin Bibers el Bunducdari and the Sixteen Officers of Police    930
    1.     The First Officer's Story    930
    2.     The Second Officer's Story    932
    3.     The Third Officer's Story    932
    4.     The Fourth Officer's Story    934
    5.     The Fifth Officer's Story    934
    6.     The Sixth Officer's Story    934
    7.     The Seventh Officer's Story    934
    8.     The Eighth Officer's Story    935
      1.     The Thief's Story    938
    9.     The Ninth Officer's Story    938
    10.     The Tenth Officer's Story    938
    11.     The Eleventh Officer's Story    938
    12.     The Twelfth Officer's Story    939
    13.     The Thirteenth Officer's Story    939
    14.     The Fourteenth Officer's Story    939
      1.     A Merry Jest of a Thief    940
      2.     Story of the Old Sharper    940
    15.     The Fifteenth Officer's Story    940
    16.     The Sixteenth Officer's Story    940
  112.     Abdallah ben Nafi and the King's Son of Cashghar    941
    1.     Story of Tuhfet el Culoub and Haroun er Reshid    942
  113.     Noureddin Ali and Sitt el Milah    958
  114.     El Abbas and the King's Daughter of Baghdad    966
  115.     The Malice of Women    979
    1.     The King and his Vizier's Wife    980
    2.     The Merchant's Wife and the Parrot    980
    3.     The Fuller and his Son    980
    4.     The Lover's Trick against the Chaste Wife    980
    5.     The Niggard and the Loaves of Bread    980
    6.     The Lady and her Two Lovers    980
    7.     The King's Son and the Ogress    985
    8.     The Drop of Honey    986
    9.     The Woman who make her Husband Sift Dust    986
    10.     The Enchanted Springs    986
    11.     The Vizier's Son and the Bathkeeper's Wife    988
    12.     The Wife's Device to Cheat her Husband    989
    13.     The Goldsmith and the Cashmere Singing-Girl    990
    14.     The Man who. never Laughed again    991
    15.     The King's Son and the Merchant's Wife    993
    16.     The Man who saw the Night of Power    993
    17.     The Stolen Necklace    994
    18.     Prince Behram of Persia and the Princess Ed Detma    994
    19.     The House with the Belvedere    995
    20.     The Sandalwood Merchant and the Sharpers    998
    21.     The Debauchee and the Three-year-old Child    998
    22.     The Stolen Purse    999
    23.     The Fox and the Folk [FN#467]    1000
  116.     The Two Kings and the Vizier's Daughters    1001
  117.     The Favourite and her Lover    1001
  118.     The Merchant of Cairo and the Favourite of the Khalif El Mamoun El Hakim bi Amrillah    1001
        Conclusion.



 Index IV.--C.



Table of Contents of the Macnaghten or Turner-Macan Text (1839-42) and Bulak Edition (A.H. 1251=A.D. 1835-36) of the Arabic Text of the Book of the Thousand Nights and A Night; As Translated by Mr. John Payne.




    Introduction.--Story of King Shehrlyar and his Brother
    1.     Story of the Ox and the Ass
  1.     The Merchant and the Genie    1
    1.     The First Old Man's Story    1
    2.     The Second Old Man's Story    2
    3.     The Third Old Man's Story    2
  2.     The Fisherman and the Genie    3
    1.     Story of the Physician Douban    4
            Story of King Sindbad and his Falcon [FN#468]    5
      1.     Story of the King's Son and the Ogress.    5
    2.     Story of the Enchanted Youth    7
  3.     The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad    9
    1.     The First Calender's Story    11
    2.     The Second Calender's Story    12
      1.     Story of the Envier and the Envied [FN#469]    13
    3.     The Third Calender's Story    14
    4.     The Eldest Lady's Story    17
    5.     The Story of the Portress    18
  4.     The Three Apples    19
  5.     Noureddin Ali of Cairo and his Son Bedreddin Hassan    20
  6.     Story of the Hunchback    25
    1.     The Christian Broker's Story    25
    2.     The Controller's Story    27
    3.     The Jewish Physician's Story    28
    4.     The Tailor's Story    29
    5.     The Barber's Story    31
      1.     Story of the Barber's First Brother    31
      2.     Story of the Barber's Second Brother    31
      3.     Story of the Barber's Third Brother    32
      4.     Story of the Barber's Fourth Brother    32
      5.     Story of the Barber's Fifth Brother    32
      6.     Story of the Barber's Sixth Brother    33
  7.     Noureddin Ali and the Damsel Enis el Jelis      34
  8.     Ghanim ben Eyoub the Slave of Love    39
    1.     Story of the Eunuch Bekhit    39
    2.     Story of the Eunuch Kafour    39
  9.     The History of King Omar ben Ennuman and his Sons Sherkan and Zoulmekan    45
    1.     Story of Taj el Mulouk and the Princess Dunya      107
      1.     Story of Aziz and Azizeh    107
    2.     Bakoun's Story of the Hashish-Eater    143
    3.     Hemmad the Bedouin's Story      144
  10.     The Birds and Beasts and the Son of Adam    146
  11.     The Hermits    148
  12.     The Waterfowl and the Tortoise    148
  13.     The Wolf and the Fox    148
    1.     The Hawk and the Partridge    149
  14.     The Mouse and the Weasel    150
  15.     The Cat and the Crow      150
  16.     The Fox and the Crow    150
    1.     The Mouse and the Flea    151
    2.     The Falcon and the Birds    152
    3.     The Sparrow and the Eagle    152
  17.     The Hedgehog and the Pigeons      152
    1.     The Merchant and the Two Sharpers    152
  18.     The Thief and his Monkey    152
    1.     The Foolish Weaver      152
  19.     The Sparrow and the Peacock    152
  20.     Ali ben Bekkar and Shemsennehar      153
  21.     Kemerezzeman and Budour    170
    1.     Nimeh ben er Rebya and Num his Slave-girl    237
  22.     Alaeddin Abou esh Shamat    250
  23.     Hatim et Taï; his Generosity after Death    270
  24.     Maan ben Zaïdeh and the three Girls    271
  25.     Maan ben Zaïdeh and the Bedouin    271
  26.     The City of Lebtait    272
  27.     The Khalif Hisham and the Arab Youth    272
  28.     Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the Barber-surgeon    273
  29.     The City of Irem    274
  30.     Isaac of Mosul's Story of Khedijeh and the Khalif Mamoun    279
  31.     The Scavenger and the Noble Lady of Baghdad    282
  32.     The Mock Khalif    286
  33.     Ali the Persian and the Kurd Sharper    294
  34.     The Imam Abou Yousuf with Haroun er Reshid and his Vizier Jaafer    296
  35.     The Lover who feigned himself a Thief to save his Mistress's Honour    297
  36.     Jaafer the Barmecide and the Bean-Seller    299
  37.     Abou Mohammed the Lazy    300
  38.      Yehya ben Khalid and Mensour    305
  39.      Yehya ben Khalid and the Man who forged a Letter in his Name .    306
  40.     The Khalif El Mamoun and the Strange Doctor    307
  41.     Ali Shar and Zumurrud    308
  42.     The Loves of Jubeir ben Umeir and the Lady Budour    327
  43.     The Man of Yemen and his six Slave-girls    334
  44.     Haroun er Reshid with the Damsel and Abou Nuwas    338
  45.     The Man who stole the Dog's Dish of Gold    340
  46.     The Sharper of Alexandria and the Master of Police    341
  47.     El Melik en Nasir and the three Masters of Police    343
    1.     Story of the Chief of the New Cairo Police    343
    2.     Story of the Chief of the Boulac Police    344
    3.     Story of the Chief of the Old Cairo Police      344
  48.     The Thief and the Money-Changer    344
  49.     The Chief of the Cous Police and the Sharper    345
  50.     Ibrahim ben el Mehdi and the Merchant's Sister    346
  51.     The Woman whose Hands were cut off for Almsgiving    348
  52.     The Devout Israelite    348
  53.     Abou Hassan ez Ziyadi and the Man from Khorassan    349
  54.     The Poor Man and his Generous Friend    351
  55.     The Ruined Man who became Rich again through a Dream    351
  56.     El Mutawekkil and his Favourite Mebboubeh      351
  57.     Werdan the Butcher's Adventure with the Lady and the Bear     353
  58.     The King's Daughter and the Ape          354
  59.     The Enchanted Horse    357
  60.     Uns el Wujoud and the Vizier's Daughter Rose-in-bud    371
  61.     Abou Nuwas with the three Boys and the Khalif Haroun er Reshid    381
  62.     Abdallah ben Maamer with the Man of Bassora and his Slave-girl    383
  63.     The Lovers of the Benou Udhreh    383
  64.     The Vizier of Yemen and his young Brother    384
  65.     The Loves of the Boy and Girl at School    385
  66.     El Mutelemmis and his Wife Umeimeh      385
  67.     Haroun er Reshid and Zubeideh in the Bath    385
  68.     Haroun er Reshid and the three Poets    386
  69.     Musab ben er Zubeir and Aaisheh his Wife      386
  70.     Aboulaswed and his squinting Slave-girl     387
  71.     Haroun er Reshid and the two Girls    387
  72.     Haroun er Reshid and the three Girls    387
  73.     The Miller and his Wife    387
  74.     The Simpleton and the Sharper    388
  75.     The Imam Abou Yousuf with Haroun er Reshid and Zubeideh    388
  76.     The Khalif El Hakim and the Merchant    389
  77.     King Kisra Anoushirwan and the Village Damsel.    389
  78.     The Water-Carrier and the Goldsmith's Wife    390
  79.     Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman    391
  80.     Yehya ben Khalid and the Poor Man    391
  81.     Mohammed el Amin and Jaafer ben el Hadi    392
  82.     Said ben Salim and the Barmecides      392
  83.     The Woman's Trick against her Husband    393
  84.     The Devout Woman and the two Wicked Elders    394
  85.     Jaafer the Barmecide and the Old Bedouin      395
  86.     Omar ben el Khettab and the Young Bedouin    395
  87.     El Mamoun and the Pyramids of Egypt      398
  88.     The Thief turned Merchant and the other Thief    398
  89.     Mesrour and Ibn el Caribi    399
  90.     The Devout Prince    401
  91.     The Schoolmaster who Fell in Love by Report    402
  92.     The Foolish Schoolmaster    403
  93.     The Ignorant Man who set up for a Schoolmaster    403
  94.     The King and the Virtuous Wife    404
  95.     Abdurrehman she Moor's Story of the Roc    404
  96.     Adi ben Zeid and the Princess Hind    405
  97.     Dibil el Khuzai with the Lady and Muslim ben el Welid      407
  98.     Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant    407
  99.     The Three Unfortunate Lovers [FN#470]    409
  100.     The Lovers of the Benou Tai    410
  101.     The Mad Lover      411
  102.     The Apples of Paradise    412
  103.     The Loves of Abou Isa and Curret el Ain    414
  104.     El Amin and his Uncle Ibrahim ben el Mehdi    418
  105.     El Feth ben Khacan and El Mutawekkil    419
  106.     The Man's Dispute with the Learned Woman of the relative Excellence of the Sexes    419
  107.     Abou Suweid and the Handsome Old Woman    423
  108.     Ali ben Tahir and the Girl Mounis      424
  109.     The Woman who had a Boy and the other who had a Man to Lover    424
  110.     The Haunted House in Baghdad    424
  111.     The Pilgrim and the Old Woman who dwelt in the Desert    434
  112.     Aboulhusn and his Slave-girl Taweddud      436
  113.     The Angel of Death with the Proud King and the Devout Man    442
  114.     The angel of Death and the Rich King    442
  115.     The Angel of Death and the King of the Children of Israel    443
  116.     Iskender Dhoulkernein and a certain Tribe of Poor Folk    444
  117.     The Righteousness of King Anoushirwan    444
  118.     The Jewish Cadi and his Pious Wife    445
  119.     The Shipwrecked Woman and her Child    446
  120.     The Pious Black Slave    447
  121.     The Devout Platter-maker and his Wife    448
  122.     El Hejjaj ben Yousuf and the Pious Man    470
  123.     The Blacksmith who could Handle Fire without Hurt    471
  124.     The Saint to whom God gave a Cloud to serve Him and the Devout King    473
  125.     The Muslim Champion and the Christian Lady    474
  126.     Ibrahim ben el Khawwas and the Christian King's Daughter     477
  127.     The Justice of Providence    478
  128.     The Ferryman of the Nile and the Hermit    479
  129.     The King of the Island    479
  130.     Abulhusn ed Durraj and Abou Jaafer the Leper    481
  131.     The Queen of the Serpents      182
    1.     The Adventures of Beloukiya      486
    2.     The Story of Janshak    499
  132.     Sindbad the Sailor and Sindbad the Porter      536
    1.     The First Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    538
    2.     The Second Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    543
    3.     The Third Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    546
    4.     The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    550
    5.     The Fifth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    556
    6.     The Sixth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    559
    7.     The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor    563
  133.     The City of Brass    566
  134.     The Malice of Women    578
    1.     The King and his Vizier's Wife    578
    2.     The Merchant's Wife and the Parrot      579
    3.     The Fuller and his Son .    579
    4.     The Lover's Trick against the Chaste Wife    580
    5.     The Niggard and the Loaves of Bread    580
    6.     The Lady and her Two Lovers    581
    7.     The King's Son and the Ogress    581
    8.     The Drop of Honey.    582
    9.     The Woman who made her Husband sift Dust      582
    10.     The Enchanted Springs      582
    11.     The Vizier's Son and the Bathkeeper's Wife    584
    12.     The Wife's Device to Cheat her Husband    584
    13.     The Goldsmith and the Cashmere Singing-girl      586
    14.     The Man who never Laughed again    587
    15.     The King's Son and the Merchant's Wife      591
    16.     The Page who feigned to know the Speech of Birds    592
    17.     The Lady and her five Suitors    593
    18.     The Man who saw the Night of Power    596
    19.     The Stolen Necklace    596
    20.     The two Pigeons    597
    21.     Prince Behram of Persia and the Princess Ed Detma    597
    22.     The House with the Belvedere    598
    23.     The King's Son and the Afrit's Mistress    602
    24.     The Sandal-wood Merchant and the Sharpers      603
    25.     The Debauchee and the Three year-old Child      605
    26.     The Stolen Purse    605
  135.     Jouder and his Brothers    606
  136.     The History of Gherib and his Brother Agib    624
  137.     Otbeh and Reyya    630
  138.     Hind Daughter of En Numan and El Hejjaj    631
  139.     Khuzeimeh ben Bishr and Ikrimeh el Feyyaz      632
  140.     Younus the Scribe and the Khalif Welid ben Sehl    634
  141.     Haroun er Reshid and the Arab Girl    635
  142.     El Asmai and the three Girls of Bassora    636
  143.     Ibrahim of Mosul and the Devil    637
  144.     The Lovers of the Benou Udhreh    638
  145.     The Bedouin and his Wife      691
  146.     The Lovers of Bassora    693
  147.     Isaac of Mosul and his Mistress and the Devil    695
  148.     The Lovers of Medina    696
  149.     El Melik en Nasir and his Vizier    697
  150.     The Rogueries of Delileh the Crafty and her Daughter Zeyneb the Trickstress    698
  151.     The Adventures of Quicksilver Ali of Cairo: a Sequel to the Rogueries of Delileh the Crafty    708
  152.     Ardeshir and Heyat en Nufous.    719
  153.     Julnar of the Sea and her Son King Bedr Basim of Persia    738
  154.     King Mohammed ben Sebaik and the Merchant Hassan    756
    1.     Story of Prince Seif el Mulouk and the Princess Bediya el Jemal    758
  155.     Hassan of Bassora and the King's Daughter of the Jinn    778
  156.     Khelifeh the Fisherman of Baghdad    832
  157.     Mesrour and Zein el Mewasif      845
  158.     Ali Noureddin and the Frank King's Daughter    863
  159.     The Man of Upper Egypt and his Frank Wife    894
  160.     The Ruined Man of Baghdad and his Slave girl    896
  161.     King Jelyaad of Hind and his Vizier Shimas: whereafter ensueth the History of King Wird Khan son of King Jelyaad and his Women and Viziers    899
    1.     The Cat and the Mouse    900
    2.     The Fakir and his Pot of Butter      902
    3.     The Fishes and the Crab    903
    4.     The Crow and the Serpent    903
    5.     The Fox and the Wild Ass    904
    6.     The Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince    905
    7.     The Crows and the Hawk    906
    8.     The Serpent-Charmer and his Wife    907
    9.     The Spider and the Wind    908
    10.     The Two Kings    909
    11.     The Blind Man and the Cripple      910
    12.     The Foolish Fisherman      918
    13.     The Boy and the Thieves    918
    14.     The Man and his Wilful Wife    919
    15.     The Merchant and the Thieves    920
    16.     The Foxes and the Wolf    921
    17.     The Shepherd and the Thief      921
    18.     The Heathcock and the Tortoises.    924
  162.     Aboukir the Dyer and Abousir the Barber    930
  163.     Abdallah the Fisherman and Abdallah the Merman    940
  164.     The Merchant of Oman    946
  165.     Ibrahim and Femileh    952
  166.     Aboulhusn of Khorassan    959
  167.     Kemerezzeman and the Jeweller's Wife    963
  168.     Abdallah ben Fazil and his Brothers    978
  169.     Marouf the Cobbler and his Wife Fatimeh    989-1001
        Conclusion     





 Index IV.--D.



Comparison of the Same with Mr. Lane’s and My Version.



Introduction and
    Nos. 1 to 6 of the preceding list from Volume I. of my Edition.
    Nos. 7 to 9aa of the preceding list from Volume II. of my Edition.
    Nos. 9aa to 21 of the preceding list from Volume III. of my Edition.
    Nos. 21 to 58 of the preceding list from Volume IV. of my Edition.
    Nos. 59 to 131 of the preceding list from Volume V. of my Edition.
    Nos. 132 to 136 of the preceding list from Volume VI. of my Edition.
    Nos. 136 to 154a of the preceding list from Volume VII. of my Edition.
    Nos. 154a to 158 of the preceding list from Volume VIII. of my Edition.
    Nos. 158 to 168 of the preceding list from Volume IX. of my Edition.
    Nos. 169 and conclusion of the preceding list from Volume X. of my Edition.

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