The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night

Index to the Tales, and Proper Names, Together with Alphabetical Table of Notes in Volumes xi. To xvi.

Also
Additional Notes on the Bibliography of the Thousand and One Nights.

Index to the Tales and Proper Names in the Supplemental Nights.

N.B. — The Roman numerals denote the volume, the Arabic the page. [The Arabic numerals have been discarded]

Abbaside, Ja’afar bin Yahya and Abd Al-Malik bin Salih the, i.

Abd Al-Malik bin Salih the Abbaside, Ja’afar bin Yahya and, i.

Abdullah bin Nafí’, Tale of Harun Al-Rashid and, ii.

Abu Niyattayn, History of Abu Niyyah and, iv.

Abu Niyyah and Abu Niyyatayn, History of, iv.

Abu Sabir, Story of, i.

Abu Tammam, Story of Aylan Shah and, i.

Advantages of Patience, Of the, i.

Adventure of the Fruit Seller and the Concubine, iv.

Adventures of Khudadad and his Brothers, iii.

Adventures of Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu, iii.

Al-‘Abbás, Tale of King Ins bin Kays and his daughter with the Son of King, ii.

Alaeddin, or the Wonderful Lamp, iii.

Al-Bundukani, or the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid and the daughter of King Kisra, vi.

Al-Hajjaj and the Three Young Men, i.

Al-Hajjaj bin Yusuf and the Young Sayyid, History of, v.

Al-Hayfa and Yusuf, The Loves of, v.

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, Story of, iii.

Ali Khwajah and the Merchant of Baghdad, Story of, iii.

Allah, Of the Speedy relief of, i.

Allah, Of Trust in, i.

Al-Maamun and Zubaydah, i.

Al-Maamun, The Concubine of, ii.

Al-Malik Al-Zahir Rukn Al-Din Bibars al-Bundukdari and the Sixteen Captains of Police, ii.

Al-Nu’uman and the Arab of the Banu Tay, i.

Al-Rahwan, King Shah Bakht and his Wazir, i.

Al-Rashid and the Barmecides, i.

Al-Rashid, Ibn Al-Sammak and, i.

Appointed Term, which, if it be Advanced may not be Deferred, and if it be Deferred, may not be Advanced, Of the,

i.

Arab of the Banu Tay, Al-Nu’uman and the, i.

Ass, Tale of the Sharpers with the Shroff and the, i.

Attaf, The Tale of, vi.

Attaf, The Tale of, (by Alex. J. Cotheal), vi.

Aylan Shah and Abu Tammam, Story of, i.

Baba Abdullah, Story of the Blind Man, iii.

Babe, History of the Kazi who bare a, iv.

Bakhtzaman, Story of King, i.

Banu Tay, Al-Nu’uman and the Arab of the, i.

Barber and the Captain, The Cairenne Youth, the, v.

Barber’s Boy and the Greedy Sultan, Story of the Darwaysh and the, v.

Barmecides, Al-Rashid and the, i.

Barmecides,. Harun Al-Rashid and the Woman of the, i.

Beautiful Daughter to the Poor Old Man, Tale of the Richard who married his, i.

Bhang-Eater and his Wife, History of the, iv.

Bhang-Eater,. Tale of the Kazi and the, iv.

Bihkard, Story of King, i.

Blind Man, Baba Abdullah, Story of the, iii.

Broke-Back Schoolmaster, Story of the, iv.

Cadette, Tale of the Two Sisters who envied their, iii.

Cairenne Youth, the Barber and the Captain, The, v.

Cairo (The good wife of) and her four gallants, v.

Caliph Harun Al-Rashid and the daughter of King Kisra, The History of Al-Bundukam or the, vi.

Caliph Omar Bin Abd Al-Aziz and the Poets, The, i.

Caliph’s Night Adventure, History of the, iii.

Caliph, The Concubine and the, ii.

Captain, The Cairenne Youth, the Barber and the, v.

Captain, The Tailor and the Lady and the, v.

Cheat and the Merchants, Tale of the, i.

China, The Three Princes of, v.

Clemency, Of, i.

Clever Thief, A Merry Jest of a, ii.

Cock and the Fox, The pleasant history of the, vi.

Cœlebs the droll and his wife and her four Lovers, v.

Compeer, Tale of the Two Sharpers who each cozened his, i.

Concubine, Adventure of the Fruit Seller and the, iv.

Concubine and the Caliph, The, ii.

Concubine of Al-Maamun, The, ii.

Constable’s History, First, ii.

Constable’s History, Second, ii.

Constable’s History, Third, ii.

Constable’s History, Fourth, ii.

Constable’s History, Fifth, ii.

Constable’s History, Sixth, ii.

Constable’s History, Seventh, ii.

Constable’s History, Eighth, ii.

Constable’s History, Ninth, ii.

Constable’s History, Tenth, ii.

Constable’s History, Eleventh, ii.

Constable’s History, Twelfth, ii.

Constable’s History, Thirteenth, ii.

Constable’s History, Fourteenth, ii.

Constable’s History, Fifteenth, ii.

Constable’s History, Sixteenth, ii.

Cook, Story of the Larrikin and the, i.

Coyntes, The Lady with the two, v.

Crone and the Draper’s Wife, Story of the, i.

Crone and the King, Tale of the Merchant, the, i.

Cunning She-thief, The Gate Keeper of Cairo and the, v.

Dadbin and his Wazirs, Story of King, i.

Darwaysh and the Barber’s Boy and the Greedy Sultan, Story of the, v.

Darwaysh, The Sultan who fared forth in the habit of a, iv.

Daryabar, History of the Princess of, iii.

Daughter of King Kisra, The History of Al-Bundukani, or the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid and the, vi.

David and Solomon, Story of, i.

Destiny or that which is written on the Forehead, i.

Dethroned Ruler, whose reign and wealth were restored to him, Tale of the, i.

Devotee accused of Lewdness, Tale of the, i.

Disciple’s Story, The, i.

Druggist, Tale of the Singer and the, i.

Drummer Abu Kasim became a Kazi, How, iv.

Duenna and the King’s Son, The Linguist-Dame, the, vi.

Eighth Constable’s History, ii.

Eleventh Constable’s History, ii.

Enchanting Bird, Story of the King of Al-Yaman and his Three Sons, and the, iv.

Enchanting Bird, Tale of the Sultan and his Three Sons and the, iv.

Ends of Affairs, Of Looking to the, i.

Envy and Malice, Of, i.

Fairy Peri-Banu, Adventures of Prince Ahmad and the, iii.

Falcon and the Locust, Story of the, i.

Fellah and his Wicked Wife, The, v.

Fifteenth Constable’s History, ii.

Fifth Constable’s History, ii.

First Constable’s History, ii.

First Larrikin, History of the, iv.

First Lunatic, Story of the, iv.

Firuz and his Wife, i.

Fisherman and his Son, Tale of the, iv.

Forehead, Of Destiny or that which is Written on the, i.

Forty Thieves, Story of Ali Baba and the, iii.

Fourteenth Constable’s History, ii.

Fourth Constable’s History, ii.

Fowl with the Fowler, History of what befel the, vi.

Fox, The Pleasant History of the Cock and the, vi.

Fruit seller and the Concubine, Adventure of the, iv.

Fruit seller’s Tale, The, iv.

Fuller and his Wife and the Trooper, Tale of the, i.

Gallants, The Goodwife of Cairo and her Four, v.

Gatekeeper of Cairo and the Cunning She-thief, The, v.

Girl, Tale of the Hireling and the, i.

Good and Evil Actions, Of the Issues of, i.

Goodwife of Cairo and her Four Gallants, The, v.

Greedy Sultan, Story of the Darwaysh and the Barber’s Boy and the, v.

Hajjaj (Al-) and the Three Young Men, i.

Harun Al-Rashid and Abdullah bin Nafí’, Tale of, ii.

Harun Al-Rashid and the Woman of the Barmecides, i.

Harun Al-Rashid and the Youth Manjab, Night Adventure of, v.

Harun Al-Rashid Tale of the Damsel Tohfat al-Kulub and the Caliph, ii.

Haykar the Sage, The Say of, vi.

History of King Azadbakht and his Son, The Ten Wazirs; or the, i.

History of what befel the Fowl with the Fowler, vi.

Hireling and the Girl, Tale of the, i.

How Allah gave him relief, Story of the Prisoner and, i.

How Drummer Abu Kasim became a Kazi, iv.

Husband, Tale of the Simpleton, v.

Ibn al-Sammak and Al-Rashid, i.

Ibrahim and his Son, Story of, i.

Ill Effects of Impatience, Of the, i.

Impatience, Of the Ill Effects of, i.

Ins bin Kays (King) and his Daughter with the Son of King Al-‘Abbás, Tale of, ii.

Isa, Tale of the Three Men and our Lord, i.

Issues of Good and Evil Actions, Of the, i.

Ja’afar bin Yahya and Abd Al-Malik bin Salih the Abbaside, i.

Kazi and the Bhang-Eater, Tale of the, iv.

Kazi and the Slipper, Story of the, iv.

Kazi, How Drummer Abu Kasim became a, iv.

Kazi schooled by his Wife, The, v.

Kazi who bare a babe, History of the, iv.

Khalbas and his Wife and the Learned Man, Tale of the, i.

Khudadad and his Brothers, Adventures of, iii.

Khwajah Hasan al-Habbal, History of, iii.

King and his Chamberlain’s Wife, Tale of the, i.

King Azadbakht and his Son, The Ten Wazirs; or the History of, i.

King Bakhtzaman, Story of, i.

King Bihkard, Story of, i.

King Dadbin and his Wazirs, Story of, i.

King Ibrahim and his Son, Story of, i.

King of Al-Yaman and his Three Sons and the Enchanting Bird, Story of the, iv.

King of Hind and his Wazir, Tale of, i.

King Shah Bakht and his Wazir Al-Rahwan, i.

King Sulayman Shah and his Niece, Story of, i.

King Tale of himself told by the, v.

King Tale of the Merchant, the Crone and the, i.

King who kenned the quintessence of things, Tale of the, i.

King who lost Kingdom and Wife and Wealth and Allah restored them to him, Tale of the, i.

King’s Son of Sind and the Lady Fatimah, The History of, v.

King’s Son, The Linguist-Dame, the Duenna and the, vi.

Kurd Sharper, Tale of Mahmud the Persian and the, iv.

Lady and the Captain, The Tailor and the, v.

Lady Durrat al-Ghawwas, History of Prince Habib and what befel him with the, vi.

Lady Fatimah, The History of the King’s Son of Sind and the, v.

Lady with the two Coyntes, The, v.

Larrikin and the Cook, Story of the, i.

Larrikin concerning himself, Tale of the Third, iv.

Larrikin History of the First, iv.

Larrikin History of the Second, iv.

Larrikin History of the Third, iv.

Leach (Tale of the Weaver who became a), by order of his wife, i.

Learned Man, Tale of Khalbas and his Wife and the, i.

Lewdness, Tale of the Devotee accused of, i.

Limping Schoolmaster, Story of the, iv.

Linguist-Dame, the Duenna, and the King’s Son, The, vi.

Locust, Story of the Falcon and the, i.

Looking to the Ends of Affairs, Of, i.

Lovers, Cœlebs the Droll and his wife and her four, v.

Lovers of Syria, History of the, v.

Loves of Al-Hayfa and Yusuf, The, v.

Luck, Story of the Merchant who lost his, i.

Lunatic, Story of the First, iv.

Lunatic, Story of the Second, iv.

Mahmud the Persian and the Kurd Sharper, Tale of, iv.

Man of Khorassan, his Son and his Tutor, Tale of the, i.

Man whose Caution slew him, Tale of the, i.

Man who was Lavish of his House, and his Provision for one whom he knew not, i.

Malice, Of Envy and, i.

Melancholist and the Sharper, Tale of the, i.

Merchant and his Sons, Tale of the, i.

Merchant of Baghdad, Story of Ali Khirajah and the, iii.

Merchant’s Daughter and the Prince of Al-Irak, The, v.

Merchants, Tale of the Cheat and the, i.

Merchant, the Crone and the King, Tale of the, i.

Merchant who lost his luck, Story of the, i.

Merry Jest of a Clever Thief, A, ii.

Mistress and his Wife, Mohammed the Shalabi and his, v.

Mohammed, Story of a Sultan of Al-Hind and his Son, iv.

Mohammed Sultan of Cairo, History of, iv.

Mohammed the Shalabi and his Mistress and his Wife, v.

Mohsin and Musa, Tale of, v.

Musa, Tale of Mohsin and, v.

Niece, Story of King Sulayman Shah and his, i.

Night Adventure of Sultan Mohammed of Cairo with the Three Foolish Schoolmasters, The, iv.

Night Adventure of Harun Al-Rashid and the Youth Manjab, v.

Ninth Constable’s History, ii.

Nur al-Din Ali of Damascus and the damsel Sitt al-Milah, ii.

Omar Bin Abd Al-Aziz and the Poets, The Caliph, i.

Patience, Of the advantages of, i.

Persistent Ill Fortune, Of the Uselessness of Endeavor against the, i.

Picture, Tale of the Prince who fell in love with the, i.

Pleasant History of the Cock and the Fox, The, vi.

Poets, The Caliph Omar Bin Abd Al-Aziz and the, i.

Poor man who brought to him Fruit, Tale of the Sultan and the, iv.

Poor old man, Tale of the Richard who married his beautiful Daughter to the, i.

Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu, Adventures of, iii.

Prince Bihzad, Story of, i.

Prince Habib and what befel him with the Lady Durrat al-Ghawwas, History of, vi.

Prince of Al-Irak, The Merchant’s Daughter and the, v.

Princess of Daryabar, History of, iii.

Prince who fell in love with the Picture, Tale of the, i.

Prisoner and how Allah gave him relief, Story of, i.

Quintessence of things, Tale of the King who kenned the, i.

Richard, Tale of the, who married his beautiful daughter to the Poor Old Man, i.

Righteous Wazir wrongfully gaoled, The, v.

Robber and the Woman, Tale of the, i.

Sage and his Three Sons, Tale of the, i.

Sage and the Scholar, Story of the, iv.

Salim the Youth of Khorasan, and Salma, his Sister, Tale of, i.

Salma, his Sister, Tale of Salim the Youth of Khorasan and, i,

Say of Haykar the Sage, The, vi.

Scholar, Story of the Sage and the, iv.

Schoolmaster, Story of the Broke-Back, iv.

Schoolmaster, Story of the Limping, iv.

Schoolmaster, Story of the Split-mouthed, iv.

Second Constable’s History, ii.

Second Larrikin, History of the, iv.

Second Lunatic, Story of the, iv.

Seventh Constable’s History, ii.

Shah Bakht and his Wazir Al-Rahwan, King, i.

Sharpers with the Shroff and the Ass, Tale of the, i.

Sharper, Tale of the Melancholist and the, i.

Sharper, Tale of the old, ii.

Shroff and the Ass, Tale of the Sharpers with the, i.

Sidi Nu’uman, History of, iii.

Singer and the Druggist, Tale of the, i.

Simpleton Husband, Tale of the, i.

Simpleton Husband, Tale of the, v.

Sitt al-Milah, Nur al-Din Ali of Damascus and the Damsel, ii.

Sixteen Captains of Police, Al-Malik Al-Zahir Rukn Al-Din Bibars al-Bundukdari and the, ii.

Sixteenth Constable’s History, ii.

Sixth Constable’s History, ii.

Sleeper and the Waker, The, i.

Slipper, Story of the Kazi and the, iv.

Solomon, Story of David and, i.

Sons, Tale of the Merchant and his, i.

Speedy relief of Allah, Of the, i.

Split-mouthed Schoolmaster, Story of the, iv.

Sulayman Shah and his Niece, Story of King, i.

Sultanah, Story of three Sisters and their Mother the, iv.

Sultan and his Three Sons and the Enchanting Bird, Tale of the, iv.

Sultan and the Poor Man who brought to him Fruit, Tale of the, iv.

Sultan Mohammed of Cairo with the Three Foolish Schoolmasters, The Night Adventure of, iv.

Sultan of Al-Hind and his Son Mohammed, Story of the, iv.

Sultan of Al-Yaman and his Three Sons, Story of, iv.

Sultan who fared forth in the habit of a Darwaysh, The, iv.

Syria, History of the Lovers of, v.

Syrian and the Three Women of Cairo, The, v.

Tailor and the Lady and the Captain, The, v.

Tale of Himself told by the King, v.

Tenth Constable’s History, ii.

Ten Wazirs; or, the History of King Azadbakht and his Son, The, i.

Thief’s Tale, The, ii.

Third Constable’s History, ii.

Third Larrikin concerning himself, Tale of, iv.

Third Larrikin, History of the, iv.

Thirteenth Constable’s History, ii.

Three Foolish Schoolmasters, The Night Adventure of Sultan Mohammed of Cairo with the, iv.

Three men and our Lord Isa, Tale of the, i.

Three Princes of China, The, v.

Three Sharpers, Story of the, iv.

Three Sisters and their Mother the Sultanah, Story of the, iv.

Three Sons, Tale of the Sage and his, i.

Three Women of Cairo, The Syrian and the, v.

Three Young Men, Al-Hajjaj and the, i.

Tither, Tale of the Unjust King and the, i.

Tohfat al-Kulub and the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid, Tale of the Damsel, ii.

Trooper, Tale of the Fuller and his wife and the, i.

Trust in Allah, Of, i.

Tutor, Tale of the Man of Khorassan, his Son and his, i.

Twelfth Constable’s History, ii.

Two Kings and the Wazir’s daughters, Tale of the, ii.

Two Lack-Tacts of Cairo and Damascus, Story of the, v.

Two Sharpers who each cozened his Compeer, Tale of the, i.

Two Sisters who envied their Cadette, Tale of the, iii.

Ugly man and his beautiful Wife, Tale of the, i.

Unjust King and the Tither, Tale of the, i.

Uselessness of Endeavour against the Persistent Ill Fortune, Of the, i.

Virtue, The whorish wife who vaunted her, v.

Waker, The Sleeper and the, i.

Warlock and the Young Cook of Baghdad, Tale of the, vi.

Wazir Al Rahwan, King Shah Bakht and his, i.

Wazir, Tale of the King of Hind and his, i.

Wazir, (The Righteous) wrongfully gaoled, v.

Wazir’s Daughters, Tale of the Two Kings and the, ii.

Wazirs; or the History of King Azadbakht and his Son, The Ten, i.

Wazirs, Story of King Dadbin and his, i.

Weaver who became a Leach by order of his wife, Tale of the, i.

Whorish wife who vaunted her virtue, The, v.

Wicked wife, The Fellah and his, v.

Wife, Firuz and his, i.

Wife, History of the Bhang Eater and his, iv.

Wife, Story of the Crone and the Draper’s, i.

Wife, Tale of the King and his Chamberlain’s, i.

Wife, Tale of the Ugly man and his beautiful, i.

Wife, Tale of the Weaver who became a Leach by order of his, i.

Wife, The Kazi schooled by his, v.

Wives, Story of the Youth who would futter his father’s, v.

Woman of the Barmecides, Harun Al-Rashid and the, i.

Woman, Tale of the Robber and the, i.

Woman who humoured her lover at her husband’s expense, The, v.

Women’s Wiles, ii.

Wonderful Lamp, Alaeddin; or the, iii.

Young Cook of Baghdad, Tale of the Warlock and the, vi.

Young Sayyid, History of Al-Hajjaj bin Yusuf and the, v.

Youth Manjab, Night Adventure of Harun Al-Rashid and the, v.

Youth who would futter his father’s wives, Story of the, v.

Yusuf, The Loves of Al-Hayfa and, v.

Zayn al-Asnam, Tale of, iii.

Zubaydah, Al-Maamun and, i.

Variants and Analogues of Some of the Tales in the Supplemental Nights.

By W. A. Clouston.

Aladdin; or the Wonderful Lamp, iii.

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, iii.

Ali Khwajah and the Merchant of Baghdad, iii.

Al Malik Al-Zahir and the Sixteen Captains of Police, ii.

Blind Man, Baba Abdullah, The Story of the, iii.

Damsel Tuhfat al-Kulub, The, ii.

Devout woman accused of Lewdness, The, ii.

Fifteenth Constable’s Story, The, ii.

Firuz and his Wife, ii.

Fuller, his Wife and the Trooper, The, ii.

Khudadad and his Brothers, iii.

Khwajah Hasan al-Habbal, History of, iii.

King Aylan Shah and Abu Tammam, ii.

King Dadbin and his Wazirs, ii.

King Ins bin Kays and his Daughter, ii.

King Shah Bakht and his Wazir Al-Rahwan, ii.

King Sulayman Shah and his Niece, ii.

King who kenned the Quintessence of things, The, ii.

King who lost Kingdom, Wife and Wealth, The, ii.

Melancholist and the Sharper, The, ii.

Ninth Constable’s Story, The, ii.

Nur al-Din and the Damsel Sitt al-Milah, ii.

On the Art of Enlarging Pearls, ii.

Prince Ahmad and the Peri Banu, iii.

Prince who fell in love with the Picture, The, ii.

Sidi Nu’man, History of, iii.

Simpleton Husband, The, ii.

Singer and the Druggist; The, ii.

Sleeper and the Waker, ii.

Ten Wazirs, or the History of King Azadbakht and his son, ii.

Thief’s Tale, The, ii.

Three men and our Lord Isa, The, ii.

Two Sisters who envied their Cadette, The, iii.

Weaver who became a leach by order of his wife, The, ii.

Women’s Wiles, ii.

Zayn al-Asnarn, The tale of, iii.

Additional Notes.

By W. A. Clouston.

Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp, iii.

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, iii.

Firuz and his Wife, ii.

Fuller, his wife and the Trooper, The, ii.

Prince Ahmad, The Tale of, iii.

Singer and the Druggist, The, ii.

Zayn al-Asnam, The Tale of, iii.

By W. F. Kirby.

Additional Notes to some of Tales in vol. iv.; v.

Additional Notes to some of Tales in vol. v.; v.

Additional Notes to some of Tales in vol. vi.; vi.

Additional Bibliographical Notes to the Tales in the Supplemental Nights, vi.

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