LIST OF ABBREVIATED TITLES
CLEMENTI, Summary of Geogr. Observations.... Summary of Geographical Observations,
during a journey from Kashgar to Kowlun, 1907-9. By Cecil Clementi, M. A., Assistant Colonial Secretary, Hongkong„ 1911; also ' Geographical Journal ', 1912, pp. 624 sqq.
... Report of a Mission to Yarkund in 1873,
FoasxTa, Yarkand Mission Report. under command of Sir T.D. Forsyth, K.C.S.I., C. B., Bengal Civil Service. With historical( and geographical information regarding the possessions of the Ameer of Yarkund. Calcutta, Foreign Department Press, 1875.
FIITTERER, Geograylc. Skizze. ... ... Geographische Skizze der Wüste Gobi
zwischen Hami und Su-tschôu. Von Professor Dr. K. Futterer. Dr. A. Petermann's Mittheilungen, Justus Perthes, Gotha. Ergänzungsheft No. 139, 1902.
HEDIN, Central Asia Scientific results of a journey in Central
Asia, 1899-1902. By Sven Hedin. Six vols. Stockholm, 1904-7.
STEIN, Ruins of Khotan ... Sand-buried ruins of Khotan. Personal
narrative of a journey of archaeological and geographical exploration in Chinese Turkestan. By M. Aurel Stein. (Second edition). London, T. Fisher Unwin, 1904.
STEIN, Ancient Kiloton... Ancient Khotan. Detailed Report of archaeo-
logical explorations in Chinese Turkestan, carried out and described under the orders of H. M. Indian Government by M. Aurel Stein. Vols.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1907.
Mountain Panoramas from the Pamirs and
STEIN, Mountain Panoramas ... Kwen Lun, photographed and annotated by M. Aurel Stein. London, Royal Geographical Society, 1908.
STEIN, Desert Cathay Ruins of Desert Cathay. Personal Narrative
of explorations in Central Asia and Westernmost China. By M. Aurel Stein. Vols. I, II. London, Macmillan & Co., 1912.
STEIN, Serindia ... Serindia. Detailed Report of explorations
in Central Asia and Westernmost China, carried out and described under the orders of H. M. Indian Government by Aurel Stein. Vols. I-v. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1921.
STEIN, Third Journey ... A Third Journey of exploration in Central
Asia, 1913-16. By Aurel Stein. • From ' The Geographical Journal' for August and September, 1916 (pp. 97-130, 193225).