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Bergman, Folke, Archaeological Researches in Sinkiang, “Especially the Lop-Nor Region” [In the series “Reports from the Scientific Expedition to the North-Western Provinces of China under the Leadership of Dr. Sven Hedin,” VII. Archaeology, v. 1].  Stockholm: Bokförlags Aktiebolaget Thule, 1939.  [Includes an English translation of an important passage from General Prjevalsky’s account of his “Exploration of the Northern Borders of Tibet . . . and the Basin of the Tarim.”]
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Bescherelle Aîné [Louis Nicolas Bescherelle], L’Instruction Popularisée par L’Illustration.  Paris: Marescq et Cie.; et Gustave Havard, 1851.
Bhagavad-Gītā, The, “or a Discourse Between Kṛiṣhṇa and Arjuna on Divine Matters,” “A Sanskṛit Philosophical Poem: translated, with copious notes, an introduction on Sanskṛit philosophy, and other matter,” by J. Cockburn Thomson.  Hertford: Stephen Austin, 1855.
Bhagavad Gita, The, “or, The Sacred Lay,” tr. John Davies, 3rd ed.  London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co., 1893.
Bhagavadgītā, The, with the Sanatsujātīya and the Anugītā [Vol. 8 of The Sacred Books of the East], tr. Kāshināth Trimbak Telang.  Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1882.
Bhagvat-Geeta, The, “or Dialogues of Kreeshna and Arjoon; in Eighteen Lectures,” with Notes (and “An Episode from the Mahabharat, Book I. Chap. 15”), tr. Charles Wilkins.  London: C. Nourse, 1785.
Bhashyacharya, N. [Nadaduri], A Catechism of the Visishtadwaita Philosophy of Sri Ramanuja Acharya, “Compiled from the Original Shastras.”  Madras: The Theosophical Society, 1887.
Bible, La, tr. S. [Samuel] Cahen, 2nd ed. [revised, corrected & enlarged], 5 vols.  Paris: [Samuel Cahen], 1845-56.
Bible of Every Land, The, “A History of the Sacred Scriptures in Every Language and Dialect.”  London: Samuel Bagster & Sons, [1848].
Bibliotheca Indica, “A Collection of Oriental Works,” v. 15, The Taittarīya, Aitarēya, Śvētāśvatara, Kēna, Īśā, Kaṭha, Praśna, Muṇḍaka and Māṇḍukya Upanishads, tr. Dr. E. Röer.  Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1853.
Bibliotheca Sacra, ed. Edwards A. Park, George E. Day, & Archibald Duff, Jr., v. 34.  Andover: Warren F. Draper; London: Trübner & Co., 1877.
Bigandet, P. [Paul], The Life or Legend of Gaudama, the Buddha of the Burmese, with Annotations, “The Ways to Neibban, and Notice on the Phongyies or Burmese Monks,” 2 vols., 3rd ed.  London: Trübner & Co., 1880.
Billing, Sidney, Scientific Materialism and Ultimate Conceptions.  London: Bickers & Son, 1879.
Bjerregaard, C. H. A. [Carl Henrik Andreas], “The Elementals, The Elementary Spirits, and the Relationship between them and Human Beings,” Jan. & Feb. 1887, The Path, v. 1.
Blacket, W. S. [William Stephens], Researches into the Lost Histories of America.  London: Trübner & Co., 1884.
Blackie, John Stuart, Homer and the Iliad, 4 vols.  Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas, 1866.
Blake, C. [Charles] Carter, “Notes on Human Remains from Palmyra,” Nov. 20, 1871, The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v. 1.  London: Trübner & Co., 1872.
Blake, C. Carter, “On a Human Jaw from the Cave of La Naulette, Near Dinant, Belgium,” Oct. 1867, The Anthropological Review, v. 5.  London: Trübner & Co.
Blake, Charles Carter, “Past Life in South America,” Sept. 1862, The Geologist, v. 5.  London: Lovell Reeve & Co.
Blake, C. Carter, “Quatrefages on Human Crania,” 1873, Anthropologia, v. 1.  London: Baillière, Tindall, & Cox.
Blake, C. Carter, “Report on the Recent Investigations of Dr. Edouard Dupont on the Bone Caves on the banks of the Lesse River, Belgium,” 1867, Journal of the Anthropological Society of London, v. 5.  London: Trübner & Co.
Blanchard, Émile, La Vie des Êtres Animés, “Les conditions de la vie chez les êtres animés. L’origine des êtres.”  Paris: G. Masson, [1888].
Blanchard, Raphael, “L’origine de la vie et l’organisation de la matière,” Feb. 7, 1885, Revue Scientifique, v. 9.  Paris: Bureau des Revues.
Blavatsky, H. P. [Helena Petrovna], “A Bewitched Life,” Aug. 1885, The Theosophist, v. 6.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Correspondence: Note [by the editor],” May 15, 1888, Lucifer, v. 2.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Echoes from India. What is Hindu Spiritualism?” [from The Banner of Light, Oct. 18, 1879], A Modern Panarion, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Editor’s Note,” Oct. 1881, Supplement to The Theosophist, v. 3.
Blavatsky, H. P., “The Esoteric Character of the Gospels,” I: Nov. 15, 1887; II: Dec. 15, 1887; III: Feb. 15, 1888; Lucifer, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Have Animals Souls?,” Jan. & March 1886, The Theosophist, v. 7.
Blavatsky, H. P., H. P. Blavatsky Collected Writings [1874 – 1891], 14 vols. [comp. Boris de Zirkoff], 1966-85; & Cumulative Index (v. 15), ed. Dara Eklund, 1991.  Wheaton & Madras: Theosophical Publishing House.
Blavatsky, H. P., Isis Unveiled: A Master-Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science and Theology, 2 volumes.  New York: J. W. Bouton; London: Bernard Quaritch, 1877.
Blavatsky, H. P., The Key to Theosophy.  London: Theosophical Publishing Company; New York: W. Q. Judge, 1889.
Blavatsky, H. P., The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett and Other Miscellaneous Letters [1880 – 1887], “transcribed, compiled, and with an introduction” by A. T. Barker.  New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., [1925].
Blavatsky, H. P., A Modern Panarion, “A Collection of Fugitive Fragments.”  London: The Theosophical Publishing Society; New York: The Path Office; Madras: The Theosophist Office, 1895.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Notes on ‘A Land of Mystery’,” Aug. 1880, The Theosophist, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Notes sur l’Ésotérisme du Dogme Chrétien de M. l’Abbé Roca,” Dec. 1887, Le Lotus, Revue des Hautes Études Theosophiques, No. 9.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Occult or Exact Science?” (Parts I & II), April & May 1886, The Theosophist, v. 7.
Blavatsky, H. P., “The Origin of Evil,” Oct. 15, 1887, Lucifer, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Our Cycle and the Next,” May 15, 1889, Lucifer, v. 4.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Le Phare de l’Inconnu,” The Theosophist, Vol. 10: July & Aug. 1889; Vol. 11: Oct. 1889.
Blavatsky, H. P., “The Septenary Principle in Esotericism,” Five Years of Theosophy, 1885.  [First published July 1883 in The Theosophist, v. 4.]
Blavatsky, H. P., “The Signs of the Times,” Oct. 15, 1887, Lucifer, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Star-Angel Worship in the Roman Catholic Church,” July 15, 1888, Lucifer, v. 2.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Theories About Reincarnation and Spirits,” Nov. 1886, The Path, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., “Thoughts on the Elementals,” May 15, 1890, Lucifer, v. 6.
Blavatsky, H. P., “The Six-Pointed and Five-Pointed Stars” [from The Theosophist, Nov. 1881], A Modern Panarion, v. 1.
Blavatsky, H. P., The Voice of the Silence, “and other chosen fragments from the ‘Book of the Golden Precepts’ . . . translated and annotated by ‘H.P.B.’ ”  New York: Theosophical Society Publishing Dept., [1889].
Blavatsky, H. P., “War in Olympus,” Nov. 1879, The Theosophist, v. 1.
Blind, Karl, “Scottish, Shetlandic, and Germanic Water-Tales,” Parts I & II, Aug. & Sept. 1881, The Contemporary Review, v. 40.  London: Strahan & Co.
Bloomfield Moore, Mrs. [Clara], Keely and His Discoveries: Aerial Navigation.  London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1893.
Bloomfield Moore, Mrs. [Clara], Keely’s Secrets: “Part I. Etheric Force Identified as Dynaspheric Force.  Part II. One Phase of Keely’s Discovery in its Relation to the Cure of Disease,” July 10, 1888, in T. P. S. 9.  [London: Theosophical Publishing Society].
Book of Adam and Eve, The, “also called The Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan,” translated from the Ethiopic, “with notes from the Kufale, Talmud, Midrashim, and other Eastern works,” by S. C. Malan.  London: Williams & Norgate, 1882.
Book of Enoch, The, “translated from the Ethiopic, with Introduction and Notes” by George H. Schodde.  Andover: Warren F. Draper, 1882.
Book of Enoch the Prophet, The, “translated from an Ethiopic MS. in the Bodleian Library,” by Richard Laurence.  London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1883.  [1st ed. 1821; 2nd ed. corrected & revised, 1832; the 1883 edition was “corrected from his latest notes.”]
Book of God, The, “The Apocalypse of Adam-Oannes” [by Edward Vaughan Hyde Kenealy].  London: Reeves & Turner, [1867].
Book of God, The, “An Introduction to The Apocalypse” [by E. V. H. Kenealy].  London: Trübner & Co., [1870].
Book of Jasher, The, “Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel” [tr. M. M. Noah].  New York: M. M. Noah & A. S. Gould, 1840.  [First English translation of the Sepher Hajashar, “written in Rabbinical Hebrew, said to have been discovered in Jerusalem . . . and printed in Venice in 1613.”]
Book of the Prophet Moses, The, tr. Rev. E. Cureton, in Miscellanies of the Philobiblon Society, v. 2.  London, 1855-6.  [From “an Arabic manuscript, probably of the fifteenth century.”]
Book of Wisdom, The, ΣΟΦΙΑ  ΣΑΛΩΜΩΝ [The Wisdom of Solomon], intro. & cm. William J. Deane.  Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1881.
Boré, Léon, “Cours sur le Panthéisme,” L’Université Catholique, v. 7.  Paris: Au Bureau de l’Université Catholique, 1839.
Bosanquet, S. R. [Samuel Richard], Hindu Chronology and Antediluvian History.  London: Hatchards, 1880.
Boscawen, W. [William] St. Chad, “Notes on the Religion and Mythology of the Assyrians,” Dec. 7, 1875, Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archæology, v. 4.  London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1876.
Boswell, R. Bruce, “The Evolution of Angels and Demons in Christian Theology,” Aug. 1900, The Open Court, v. 14.  Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Co.
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