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History of Badrildinn (Badr al-Dfn), Prince of Tartary. History of the Amours of Maugraby with Auhata al-Kawakik (= Ukht al- Kawakib, Sister of the Planets), daughter of the King of Egypt. by "Women wearing drawers and trousers like their husbands, and men arrayed in loose robes like their wives, yet at the same time cherishing, as so many goats, each a venerable length of beard." (Heron's Preface.) They found its "phaenomena so remote from the customs and manners of Europe, that, when exhibited as entering into the ordinary system of human affairs, they could not fail to confer a consider- able share of amusive novelty on the characters and events with which they were connected." (Ditto, Preface.) Jonathan Scott roundly pronounced the continuation a forgery. " beautiful romance, Thalaba the Destroyer, now in Lethe from the " History of Maughraby." Mr. Galland, | Membre de 1' Academic des Inscriptions et | Belles-Lettres, Professeur de Langue Arabe | au College Royal | Continues | Par M. Nouvelles aventures du calife Haroun Alraschid ; ou histoire de la petite fille de Chosroes Anouschirvan. Walk around in the midst of the palaces and from thy hiding- place see each of them enter by herself in her own apartment admiring her beauty and her magnificent dresses, all showing their joy and mirth since they will not know of thee ; then listen to their singing and their playing and their joyous company in their apartments and perhaps you'll attach yourself to one of them who'll play with thee, keep thee awake and be thy cup-companion, dispelling what may remain of thy restlessness. Wali, at one time a Civil Governor, and in other ages a Master of Police, 67. 59- "Wa' lldhu '1-Muwaffiku '1-Mu'fn" = God prospereth and directeth (a formula often prefixed to a book), 196. t headstalls, hobbles, etc.) for mare saddled and bridled (price for slave), 92.

Orientalism was at that time new to Europe, and the general was startled by its novelties, e.g. 385) had no good opinion of it, and Caussin de Perceval (pre, vol. 40-46) declared the version Jloignte du gofit Orientate; yet he re-translated the tales from the original Arabic (Continues, Paris, 1806), and in this he was followed by Gauttier, while Southey borrowed the idea of his 1 See my Supplemental volume i. 55-151, " The Ten Wazirs ; or, the History of King Azadbakht and his Son." The Translators Foreword. Ellis considers these tales as good as the old " Arabian Nights/' and my friend Mr. of " The Thousand Nights and 'a Night." The following is a list of the Tales (widely differing from those of Chavis and Cazotte) which appeared in the version of Caussin de Perceval. Les | Mille et une Nuits, \ Contes Arabes, | Traduits en Francais | Par M. So the "Mother of Hospitality" is the Sikbaj, the Persian Sikba", so entitled because it is the principal dish set before guests and was held to be royal food. Then again said Harun er-Rashid, O Mesrur, such is not my wish, and Mesrur replied, O Commander of the Faithful, in thy palace are three hundred and sixty damsels, they are thy concubines and thy slaves, and they are as if they were rising moons and beautiful gazelles, and in elegant robes they are dressed like the flowers. " Writing and reading," as opposed to our ; V - J V.

The History of Habib and Dorathal-Goase ; or, the Arabian Knight continued. History of Maugraby (Al-Maghrabi = the Moor) ; or, the Magician. History of Halaiaddin ('Ala al-Din, Alaeddin, Aladdin), Prince of Persia. History of Yemaladdin (Jamdl al-Din), Prince of Great Katay. Then Ja'afar dressed himself and went with Mesrur to the Caliph and kissing the ground before him he said, May it be good ! It is not other than good, he answered, but I am wearied this night with a great weariness and I sent for you to divert me so that my unrest may be dissipated. 11 Wa la ahadtafawwaha ffna " = " nor hath anyone ever spoken," 29.

Caussin de Perceval, 1 Professeur de Langue Arabe au College Imperial. | a Paris, | chez Le Norman t, I mp.-Libraire, | Rue des Pretres Saint- Germain-l'Auxerrois. But he replied, O Mesrur, bring to me my cousin Ja'afar the Barmeky immediately. Then Mesrur went out to the house of Ja'afar and said to him, Come to the Commander of the Faithful, and he answered, To hear is to obey. of wi'a = and the vessels shimmered like unto silver for their cleanliness. " Walwalah " or " Wilwal " (an ono- matopy), general term for the wail, 17. 273 " Wa yabkf 'alaykum Mabalu-h "= suffer only his crime be upon you (Steingass reads " Wabal " for " Mabdl," and translates, "lest the guilt of it rest upon you,") 246.

Public opinion was highly favourable to the "Suite" when first issued. when the original of twenty-eight tales out of thirty-four are perfectly well known, and when sundry of these appear in MSS. Le Bimaristan, ou histoire du jeune Marchand de Bagdad et de la dame inconnue. With my parents I'll bless thee and then will I * Fly a-morn and at e'en-tide return to thee." Presently resumed he, " Seest thou not how my meat be mean and my maw be lean ; nor verily can I stand thee in stead of cate nor thy hunger satiate : so fear Allah and set me at liberty then shall the Almighty requite thee with an abundant requital." But the* Fowler far from heeding his words, made him over to his son saying, " O my child, take this bird and faring homewards slaughter him and of him cook for us a cumin-ragout and a lemon- stew, a mess flavoured with verjuice and a second of mushrooms and a third with pomegranate seeds and a fourth of clotted curd 3 1 " Harisah " = meat-pudding. xix.) where he enumerates the several kinds of dishes with their metonomies it is called the " Mother of Strengthening " (or Restoration) because it contains wheat "the Strengthener " (as opposed to barley and holcus). But as for Attaf, his friend Ja'afar bestowed upon him seigniories and presented him with property and moneys exceeding tenfold what he had whilome owned and made him more prosperous than he had ever been aforetime. Then Mesrur said to him, O Commander of the Faithful, arise now and go to the terrace- roof of the palace and look upon the canopy of heaven and upon the twinkling stars and the brightness of the moon, while listening to the music of the rippling screams and the creaking norias as they are spoken of by the poet who said: A Noria that discharges by the spouts of her tears resembles the actions of a distracted lover : She is the lover of her branches (sweeps or levers) by the magic in her heart until she laughs : She complains and the tears run from her eyes, she rises in the morning to find herself weeping and complaining. Then he said, O Commander of the Faithful, the streams also are thus mentioned by one of them : My favorite is a damsel dispensing drink, and my recreation is a running stream ; A damsel whose eyes are a garden of Paradise, and a garden whose springs make a running brook. Window gardening, an ancient practice in the East, 172.

and xxxii.) have not been found in the original Arabic. 535, July, 1886), to state, " Cazotte published his Suite des Mille et une Nuits, a barefaced forgery, in 1785." A barefaced forgery! Hereupon he was seized with a fit of sore affright and he cried out " Zfk ! I suffice not thy guest nor can serve for gift : o Have ruth and compassion and set me free ! Nor was Abd al-Malik bin Marwan less rejoiced that the adventure had ended so well for him when he saw the Kapuji returning Baghdad-wards that he might report all con- cerning his mission. ) a Caliph of the Caliphs of the orthodox and he was Harun er-Rashid who one night became very restless and from the drowsiness that came upon him he sat down upon the bed and dressed himself in sleeping- clothes ; then it was that he called to his service Mesrur the sword-bearer of grace who came immediately into his presence and said to him, O Mesrur, the night is very oppressive and I wish thee to dispel my uneasiness. " A mighty matter " may also mean " A masterful man" (reading Imraan = man for Amran = matter), ii.

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1 This name is not in the Arabic text, and I have vainly puzzled my brains about its derivation or meaning. The wife " Oitba " is evidently " Otb " or " Utfc L iv Supplemental Nights. Story of Bohetzad and his Ten Viziers (with eleven subsidiary tales). Story of Habib and Dorathal-Goase (= Durrat al-Ghawwds the Pearl of the Diver) ; or, the Arabian Knight. He read in it again and wept until his beard was wet with the falling tears, and wrapping up the book he put it in his sleeve when Ja'afar said, O Commander of the Faithful and Lord of the two worlds, what was it that made thee laugh and then weep at the same time?

| In Four Volumes | newly translated from the original Arabic into French | By Dom Chavis | a native Arab and M. | And translated from the French into English | By Robert Heron. Summdk = a plant with acid flavour, dried, pounded, and peppered with meat, 160. Suwaydd al-Kalb (the black one of the heart) = original sin (synonymous with " Habbat al-Kalb "= the grain in the heart), both metaphorically used for " original sin." (ST.), 247.