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Taw Sein Ko.

ary Hand-Book of the Burmese Language; Selection from the Records of the Hult Daw; Monograph on the Pottery and Glassware of Burma; Translation of the Attasankhepa Vannana Dhammathaf; Suggested Reforms for China; Burmese Sketches; contributions to the Indian Antiquary, The Asiatic Quarterly Review, the Journals of the Royal Asiatic Society, London and of the Burma Research Society, Rangoon, The Annuals of the Director-General of Archaeology, etc. Address: Peking Lodge, West Moat Road, Mandalay, Burma. Club: Y.M.B.A., Mandalay.

Tawney, Charles Henry, M.A., C.I.E. (1888); b. 1837; s. of Rev. Richard Tawney, Vicar of Willoughby; educ: Rugby and Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A., (first class classics), 1860; M.A., 1863; Bell University Scholar, 1857; Davies University Scholar, 1857; Scholar of Trinity, 1858; appointed Assistant Professor, Presidency College, Calcutta, 1863; Professor and Principal of that College, till 1892; Registrar, Calcutta University, 1877-82; Officiated thrice as Director of Public Instruction, Bengal; Librarian, India Office, 1893; retired, 1903; m. 1867; Constance Catharine, d. of Charles Fox, M.D. Publications: translation of the Sanskrit Kathasarit Sagara; the Katha Kosa and the Malavikagnimitra; the Uttara Rama Charita; the Prabandha Chinthamani, and two centuries of Bhartrihari; has edited Shakespeare’s Richard III. Address: Chartley, Camberley, Surrey.

Tehri, H.H. Raja Narendra Shah Shaib Bahadur, Sahib Bahadur of Tehri, Garhwal State; Ruling. Chief of Tehri Garhwal State; b. 1898; of late Raja and e.d. of H.H. General Rana Padam Jung, Sahib Bahadur of Nepal; succeeded to the throne, 1913. Address: Tehri, Garhwal State, U.P., Agra and Oudh, India.

Temple, Bernard; Editor, “Sind Gazette”, Karachi; s. of Solomon Temple; b. London, 1872; educ: at Manchester; began career as a Journalist, 1890; became Editor, ‘Wimbledon Herald’, 1894; Simla Correspondent of the “Poineer”, 1904; Editor, “Civil and Military Gazette”, Lahore, 1908; joined the staff of the “Sind Gazette”, 1911; Member, Institute of Journalists; Member, Royal Society of Arts; travelled by land from Karachi to Calais; lived for nearly a year in Persia among Persians; travelled in Mesopotamia and made the pilgrimage to Kerbela; proceeded to America and studied the Conditions of emigration in Canada and in the United States; lectured on Oriental subjects before the learned societies of London; Managing Editor, Sind Gazette Press, Ltd., and of the Sind Law Reporter; m. Alice, d. of Mr, Fletcher of Troubridge, Shropshire, 1912; one son. Publications: “The Reformation in Islam”; “The Future of Persia”; “The Next Religion”, “Uses and Abuses of Debate”, “the Karachi Hand-Book”. Recreation: Reading. Address: Karachi.

Temple, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Richard Carnac, 2nd. Bt. (or 1876), C.I.E., (1894), I.A. (Retired), b. Allaha-