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on at Chung-king Men's Club, 210.

Cooking, in Yunnan, 58.

Coolies, for overland journey, importance of, 33; contract for, 35, 36; their wages, 36; their character and dress, 43; their cleanliness, 48; long journeys often undertaken by, 212, 213; 203, 204, 205. See Fu t'ou and Hong.

Coolies of the author's caravan (hired at Yunnan-fu), 51, 52, 56, 57, 59, 65, 67, 79, 80, 83, 84; (hired at Ning-yüan-fu), 85, 96, 97, 103, 107 108, 115, 121, 129, 130, 141, 143, 144, 148, 156, 162, 169, 170; their thoughtfulness and goodwill, 149; dismissed at Chengtu, 178; (hired at Chia-ting), 183, 185.

"Crooked sterns," 214.

Cua-Cam River, 11.

Customs regulations, tend to check development of trade in Tonking, 15.


"Daisy," 31.

Dalai Lama, the, 277, 278.

Davidson, Warburton, 209, 210.

DeMailla, his History of China, 171.

Dead, the, kept unburied in China, 87.

Didier, M., 224.

Dogs, in Mongolia, 259.

Dong Dang, 10.

Doumer, M., Governor General of Indo-China, his energetic forward policy, 9-11; and the exposition of 1902, 13.

Dragon Festival, 176.


East, characteristics common to, different races of, 42, 43.

Eliot, Sir Charles, quoted, 28.

Emperor of Heaven, Mountain of the, 214.

"Emperor of the West," the, at Chengtu, 171, 172.

Erh-tsun, 53, 54.

Escort of soldiers, 38-40; why urged upon travellers, 38; vagaries of, 41, 121, 122; change of, 55; in Szechuan, 77, 78, 98.

Europeans, and native women, 17, 18; and Chinese, in Chungking, 209.

Exchange, varying rate of, 97.


Fan t'an, played by coolies, 59.

Fei Yueh Ling, 111.

Ferry, Jules, "l'homme de Tonking," 9.

Flowers, profusion of, in mountains of Yunnan and Szechuan, 62, 65, 66; in the Ta Tu valley, 144, 145; north of Urga, 292.

Foo-chou, 214.

Food, method of cooking in Yunnan, 58, 59; some details concerning, 108, 109-111.

Forbidden City, the, in Peking, 230.

Foreign Legion, French, 18, 19.

France in China, 18 ff.; 224, 225.

French, race-prejudice among the, 18; in Yunnan, 29.

French consulates in Yunnan, like fortified outposts, 29.

French troops in Indo-China, familiar with vernacular, 20.

French sisters, 141, 142.

Friends' Institute, club at Chungking, visit to, 210, 211; a new departure in mission work, 211.

Friends' Mission, the, at Chungking, 209, 210, 213.

Fruit-growing in China, 206, 207.