Italiani Illustri Ritratti, 1873, vol. i. p. 147.
60. MARSH, JOHN B. Stories of Venice and the Venetians ... illustrated
by C. Berjeau. London, 1873, 8vo, pp. vii.-418.
Chaps, VI., VII. and VIII. are devoted to Marco Polo.
61. KINGSMILL, THOS. W. Notes on the Topography of some of the Localities
in Manji, or Southern China mentioned by Marco Polo. (Notes and Queries
on China and Japan, vol. i. pp. 52-54.)
- - Notes on Marco Polo's Route from Khoten to China. (Chin. Recorder,
VII. 1876, pp. 338-343.)
62. PAQUIER, J.B. Itineraire de Marco Polo a travers la region du Pamir
au XIII'e siecle. (Bull. Soc. Geog., 1876, aout, pp. 113-128.)
63. PALLADIUS, ARCHIMANDRITE. Elucidations of Marco Polo's Travels in
North-China, drawn from Chinese Sources. (Jour. N.C.Br.R.As.Soc., x.
1876, pp. 1-54.)
Translated into English by A. Wylie and E. Bretschneider. The Russian text
has just been published (T. xxxviii. 1902, of the Isviestiya) by the Imp.
Russian Geog. Society.
Sir Henry Yule wrote in the Addenda of the second edition:
"And I learn from a kind Russian correspondent, that an early number of the
J. N. China Branch R. Asiatic Society will contain a more important
paper, viz.: Remarks on Marco Polo's Travels to the North of China,
derived from Chinese Sources; by the ARCHIMANDRITE PALLADIUS. This
celebrated traveller and scholar says (as I am informed): 'I have followed
up the indications of Marco Polo from Lobnor to Shangdu, and in part to
Peking.... It would seem that I have been so fortunate as to clear up the
points that remained obscure to Yule.' I deeply regret that my book cannot
now profit by these promised remarks.