P. 3, 1. x8. Omit : Great and.
P. 9, 1. 21. Add note .12a : For the topography of Childs and of the territories of Darél and Tangir, described in Chap. I. sec. iii-v, reference should be made to the Map to illustrate routes followed by Sir Aurel Stein through Childs, Darèl and Tangir, in vol. iv.
P. 19, 1. i6. For Ishkobar read Ishkobar.
I. 18. For Chiyagal read-Chayagal.
P. 86, 1. 18. Add note zza : For a petrological description of these rock flakes, see Professor Sollas's Appendix 0, ii. p. 1073, Nos. 107-8 ; also p. 1077.
P. 89, 1. 14. Add note zza : But see now Professor Sollas's Appendix 0, ii. p. 1069, for rock specimens from this ridge, brought away on my first visit to Imam Ja`far Sadiq's shrine in 19o1.
P. 92, 1. 41. Add: (see Fig. 95).
P. 96, r. col., 1. 5o. Add : M. TAGH. 0655. C. FR. OF PAPER, with drawing of man leading camel ; lower part only. To L. man wears black top-boots, loose trousers and coat to knee. He walks in front of camel, whose off fore-leg is lifted with the action of a horse. Spirited sketch. Dull red is washed on man's coat and on camel. Paper buff, torn away above, partly below and at L. end. 41."
M. TAGH. 0655. d. FR. OF PAPER, with part of drawing of group of donkeys or mules in heavy black outline washed in with grey. One animal nearly complete, but legs missing. Above, the legs and part of body of another. Both carrying loads and wearing bridles. To R., ears and line of nose of a third and above, one knee and tip of nose of a fourth. A cord links two together, one behind the other. Paper buff, torn at all sides. 6" X 6k".
M. TAGH. 0655. e. FR. OF PAPER, with drawing of mules boldly and well drawn. Upper part of one mule and neck and shoulder of a second behind, and partly in advance of, first. Grey wash on body of first may represent load. Paper buff, lower part cut away. Ends torn. 4" X 8g".
M. TAGH. 0655. f. Two FRS. OF PAPER, one with sketch of hind legs of a horse, walking, with tail tied in knot. Interesting in its rendering of hock and hoof. Paper buff ; torn. Gr. fr. 4s" X 3".
I. 38. For C. Hardinge read II. I. Harding.
note 13, 1. 4. Add: and Appendix F.
1. 3. For (M.T. 01-2) read (T.M. iii. 01-2, see App. F, ii. p. 1028).
1. 39. After N. xtc add (Fig. 504).
1. 36. Omit : (Fig. 104).
I. 38. Add: (see Fig. 93).
P. 147, note 21. Add : For a view of the neighbouring ruin N. iv, see Fig. 100.
P. 165, 1. 13. For (Koy. ii. i. 09) read Koy. i. 09.
P. 167, 1. 2. For (See Pl. CXXI) read (see B. Koy. i. 20, P1. CXXI).
P. 171, note 8. Add : Regarding the location of Yü-ni, see also below, ii. p. 575, note 21.
P. 188, 1. 32. For Wu-chu read here and elsewhere Wu-shu.
1. 35. For Ho-ch`üan read here and elsewhere Huoch`üan. ,
P. 195, 1. 15, margin. For L.M. iii read L.M. cc. P. 197, 1. 22. For March 9 read March 8.
note r. Omit : [For an assumed Chinese name of L.A., see M. Maspero's App. A].
1. 4. For Stupas L.A. x, xi read Stüpa L.A. x.
note 6, 1. 4. Add : For Dr. Giles's reading of the Chinese characters, see App. I, ii. p. 1045.
note 7, 1. 2. Add : For the reading of the Chinese characters on all these textiles, see App. I, ii. p. 1046.
1. 3. Add : (See also App. I, ii. p. 1046). 1. 8. Add note ga : For Dr. Giles's reading of the Chinese characters, see App. I, ii. p. 1046.
P. 240, 1. 17. Add : (see also App. I, ii. p. 1045).
P. 247, 1. col., 1. 4o. Add : (see App. 1, ii. p. 1045). r. col., I. 49. Add : (see App. I, ii. p. 5045)•
P. 248. 1. col., 1. 38. Add : (See App. I, ii. p. 1046). P. 250, 1. col., 1. S3. Add : (See App. I, ii. p. 1046).
P. 251. 1. col., 1. 5o. Add : (see App. I, ii. p. 1046). r. col., 1. 3o. Add : (see App. I, ii. p. 1046).
1. col., 1. 5o. Add : For the Chinese character, see App. I, ii. p. 5046.
r. col., I. 35. Add : (see App. I, ii. p. 1046). P. 257, 1. col., I. 48. Add : (see App. I, ii. p. 1046).
P. 265, note 10 a. Add : Small broken stalks tied up into little bunches on the edges of woollen shrouds have been found with the dead of the graves L.F. 1, L.F. 4, L.Q., L.S. 2, L.S. 3, L.S. 6, all belonging to different indigenous burial-grounds of the Lou-lan area ; see i. pp. 268 sq., ii. 936, 740 sq.
Dr. A. B. RENDLE, F.R.S., Keeper of Botany, British Museum, to whom specimens from these burial deposits were submitted, in a letter dated August 4, 1925, kindly informed me as follows :
The specimens (they are all the same) are undoubtedly fragments of the twigs of Ephedra, a low-growing shrub with slender green branches devoid of leaves except for a small membranous sheath at the nodes. It is abundant in the drier regions of the Himalayas and Tibet, and generally in Central and Western Asia.