Correspondance

Correspondance CORRESPONDANCE. Nous recevons la circulaire suivante de la part de M. le Dr. G. W. Leitner, delegue general de la commission permanente du Congrbs des orientalistes in- ternational statutaire. D'apres la teneur de cette circulaire et le refus de S. M. la Reine d'Angle- terre de reconnaitre le Congres tenu sous la pr?sidence de M. Max 8>li'fller en 1892 comme legal, il est clair que le Congres qu'on tiendra cette aiin6e-ei a Genève ne peut has deriver son mandat du Congres de Londres de 1892. Nous voulons bien (afin de mettre fin au schisme) reconnaitre au Congres de Gen6ve le titre de Xe Congres, mais, ainsi quP nous 1'avons marque dans le dernier num6ro du c'est a la condition « d'ecarter toute espèce de dis- cussion irritante d'origine et que «tes organisateurs de la nouvelle reunion... [au lieu] de chercher leurs pouvoirs dans le congres de Londres de 1892, les laissent dans le vague indispensable a la pacification des esprits », La fiedaction. ORIENTAL INSTITU'].'E. WOKING, Wttl March 1894. Dear Sir and honoured Colleague, I have the honour to inform you that Her Majesty the Queen-Empress has declined to accept the Transaction, that had been formally submitted to Her, of the so-called Ninth International Congress of Orientalists held in London in September 1892 under the presidency of Prof. Max 8iiiller , because the said Congress had resumed the title ¡'Ninth" after its promoters had conveyed the assurance to Her Majesty, through the then Secretary of State for India (Lord Cross), of having abandoned it, in accordance with the request of the office- holders of the Statutory Ninth International Congress of Orientalists that had been held in London during the previous year (1891). I remain, dear Sir and honoured Colleague, Yours faithfully . G. W. LEITNER, General Secretary of the Statutory International Congress of Orientalists (London IS91) and Delegate-General of the Permanent Committees of the lot, gt,h and loth statuto!) International Congresscs of Orientalists. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png T'oung Pao Brill

Correspondance

T'oung Pao , Volume 5 (1): 175 – Jan 1, 1894
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CORRESPONDANCE. Nous recevons la circulaire suivante de la part de M. le Dr. G. W. Leitner, delegue general de la commission permanente du Congrbs des orientalistes in- ternational statutaire. D'apres la teneur de cette circulaire et le refus de S. M. la Reine d'Angle- terre de reconnaitre le Congres tenu sous la pr?sidence de M. Max 8>li'fller en 1892 comme legal, il est clair que le Congres qu'on tiendra cette aiin6e-ei a Genève ne peut has deriver son mandat du Congres de Londres de 1892. Nous voulons bien (afin de mettre fin au schisme) reconnaitre au Congres de Gen6ve le titre de Xe Congres, mais, ainsi quP nous 1'avons marque dans le dernier num6ro du c'est a la condition « d'ecarter toute espèce de dis- cussion irritante d'origine et que «tes organisateurs de la nouvelle reunion... [au lieu] de chercher leurs pouvoirs dans le congres de Londres de 1892, les laissent dans le vague indispensable a la pacification des esprits », La fiedaction. ORIENTAL INSTITU'].'E. WOKING, Wttl March 1894. Dear Sir and honoured Colleague, I have the honour to inform you that Her Majesty the Queen-Empress has declined to accept the Transaction, that had been formally submitted to Her, of the so-called Ninth International Congress of Orientalists held in London in September 1892 under the presidency of Prof. Max 8iiiller , because the said Congress had resumed the title ¡'Ninth" after its promoters had conveyed the assurance to Her Majesty, through the then Secretary of State for India (Lord Cross), of having abandoned it, in accordance with the request of the office- holders of the Statutory Ninth International Congress of Orientalists that had been held in London during the previous year (1891). I remain, dear Sir and honoured Colleague, Yours faithfully . G. W. LEITNER, General Secretary of the Statutory International Congress of Orientalists (London IS91) and Delegate-General of the Permanent Committees of the lot, gt,h and loth statuto!) International Congresscs of Orientalists.

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