THE meetings of the International Congress of Orientalists are being held this week in London, and the proceedings, which are of great interest, have been attracting a good deal of popular attention. The Congress is being attended not only by a large number of British scholars, but by many representatives of other countries, among whom are the following:—Austria-Hungary: Prof. G. Bü hler, the Rev. Joseph Dahlmann, Dr. I. Goldziher, Dr. J, Karabacek, Prof. I., Reinisch; Belgium: Dr. Abbeloos; Egypt: Dr. Vollers; France: Prof. J. Darmesteter; Germany: Prof. K. Abel, Prof. R. E. Brünnow, Prof. Geiger, Prof. Hommel, Prof. Hübschmann, Dr. G. Huth, Prof. Kautzsch, Prof. Kielhorn, Prof. Leumann; Holland: Prof. J. P. N. Land; Italy: Prof. Ascoli, Dr. Carlo Formichi, Count Angelo de Gubernatis, Dr. Pavolini; Sweden and Norway: Dr. Karl Piehl; United States of America: Prof. Charles Lan-man, Mr. W. H. Ward.