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6 APPENDIX.

Eastman (Mrs. Mary). Dahcotah ; or Life and Legends of the Sioux around Fort Snelling, with preface by Mrs. C. M. Kirldand, illustrated from drawings by Captain Eastman. New York, 1849. 8vo. pp. xxxi. 268.

Contents: Dedication —Preface — Introduction — Story List: — Checkered Cloud the Medicine Woman ; Red-Earth ; The Virgin's Feast ; The Dah- cotah Convert ; Wabashaw ; The Dahcotah Bride ; The Orator of the Sioux ; The Track Maker ; Sullen Face ; The Spies ; The Maiden's Rock or Wenona's Leap ; The Wanderer ; The Wife ; Another of the Giant Gods of the Dahcotahs ; Storms in Life and Nature or Unktahe and the Thunder Bird ; The Dance of the Giant ; To Dance Around.

Elliot (Sir Henry M.) Memoirs of the History, Folk-Lore, and Distribution of the Kaces of the North -Western Provinces of India; being an amplified edition of the original Supplemental Glossary of Indian Terms. Edited, revised, and re-arranged by John Beames. London, 1869. 8vo. 2 vols. pp. xx. 369; 369.

Contents : Part i. Castes ; ii. Customs, Rites, and Superstitions ; iii Revenue and Official Terms ; iv. Terms illustrative of Rural Life. Index.

Eloquent (The) Master of Languages, that is, a short but funda- mental direction to the four principal languages to witt, French,

English, Italien, High Dutch To which are added

the Rodomontades of the invincible Spanish Captain Rodomond. Hamburg, 1693. 8vo.

[Twenty leaves of English Proverbs : the Italian Proverbs occur at pp. 70 — 75 of the Italian Grammar ; they are translated into French and German : the English Proverbs are translated into German and French.]

Emerson (Ellen Russell). Indian Myths ; or Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of America, compared with those of other countries, including Hindostan, Egypt, Persia, Assyria, and China. London [1884]. 8vo. pp. xviii. 677.

Contents : Cap. i. The Breath Master, God of Air. 11. The Four Spirits of the Winds, iii. Birds, iv. Concerning the Serpent, v. Star Worship, vi. The Sun. vli. The Earth and the Moon. viii. Concerning the Origin of Man. ix. Concerning the Origin of Evil and its Personifica- tion. X. Legends of the Dead and Burial Rites, xi. Stories of Transmi- gration and Transformation, xii. Ceremonials, Rites and Symbols, xiii. Language Pictography, Symbol and Song. xlv. Manabozho. xv. Of Animals, xvi. Deities of Indian Rite and Story, xvii. Miscellaneous Legends, xviii. General considerations, xix. The Ancestral Cavern, xx. Yo-wah, the Great Spirit.

Erasmus (Desiderius). Proverbes and Adagies, gathered out of the Chiliades of Erasmus, by Rycharde Taverner, with new addicions as well of Latyn Proverbes as of Englishe. Imprynted at London by Wyllyam Powell, 1550. Sm. 8vo. fif. Ixxix [black letter].

Evans (Arthur B.) Leicestershire Words, Phrases, and Proverbs. London, 1848. Sm. 8vo. pp. xvii. 116.

Evershed (Samuel). Legend of the Dragon-slayer of Lyminster. Suss. Arch. Coll. xviii. 180-183.