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HARRISON AND SONS,

PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY,

ST. MARTIN'S LANE.

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XVII. The Eskimo Dialects as serving to Determine the Relation-
ship between the Eskimo Tribes. By Dr. H. RINK, Knight
of the Order of Danneborg, &c.

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XVIII. On the Physical Characters of the Solomon Islanders. By
H. B. GUPPY, M.B., F.G.S., late Surgeon of H.M.S.
"Lark"

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XIX. On the Sakais. By ABRAHAM HALE..

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XX. Ethnological Notes on the Astronomical Customs and Reli-
gious Ideas of the Chokitapia or Blackfeet Indians, Canada.
By JEAN L'HEUREUX, M.A., Interpreter.
XXI. On the Primary Divisions and Geographical Distribution of
Mankind. By JAMES DALLAS, F.L.S., Curator of the
Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter ..

XXII. Introductory Remarks at the Opening of the Session
1885-86. By FRANCIS GALTON, M.A., F.R.S., President
XXIII. Experiments in Testing the Character of School Children.
By Mrs. SOPHIA BRYANT, D.Sc. Lond.

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XXIV. The Comparative Distribution of Jewish Ability. By
JOSEPH JACOBS, B.A...
XXV. On Insular Greek Customs. By THEODORE Bent, M.A...
XXVI. History of the Game of Hop-Scotch. By J. W. CROMBIE,
M.A.
XXVII. On the Migrations of the Kurnai Ancestors. By A. W.
HOWITT, F.G.S.
XXVIII. A Brief Account of the Nicobar Islanders, with Special
Reference to the Inland Tribe of Great Nicobar. By E.
H. MAN, F.R.G.S.

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XXIX. On Ancient British Lake-Dwellings, and their relation to
Analogous Remains in Europe. By R. MUNRO, M.D.
XXX. On Three Stone Circles in Cumberland, with some Further
Observations on the Relation of Stone Circles to Adjacent
Hills and Outlying Stones. By A. L. LEWIS, F.C.A.

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VII. The Kekip-Sesoators, or Ancient Sacrificial Stone of the North-
West Tribes of Canada

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XI. Stone Implements and Traps from the Sakais, Malay Peninsula
XII. Section and Plan of a Sakai House

XIII. Ornamented Combs and Pins used by the Sakais
XIV. Earrings, Sun-tablet, and Human Figure, from the Blackfeet
Indians, Canada

XV. Distribution of Ability among Englishmen, Scotchmen, and

XVI. Figures of the Game of Hop-Scotch

XVII. Sketch Map of the Nicobar Islands
XVIII. Group of Shom Pen from Ganges Harbour, Great Nicobar
XIX. Shom Pen Hut, near Laful, Great Nicobar
XX. Maps showing Position of Stone Circles in Cumberland

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