Volume 56 1947 > Volume 56, No. 3 > Phonetic laws in Melanesian languages, by C. E. Fox, p 322-324
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PHONETIC LAWS IN MELANESIAN LANGUAGES.
ERRATA 1
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  • 62 l. 13, for wog, vogi, read woy, voyi (Mel. g).
  • 62 l. 5, from bottom, for Aarosi read Arosi.
  • 63 l. 4, for saw read say.
  • 63 l. 20-21, for M. lago, valago, lagota read layo, valayo, layota.
  • 65 l. 11, for gotu, gotuya read yotu, yotuya, and so always in Mota and Gela for g read y.
  • 65 l. 15, for sau-ñgi-la read sau-ni-la. See note p. 65.
  • 69 l. 11, for L. life read L. lifo.
  • 69 l. 4 from bottom, for G. yunu read G. vuñgu (vunu) and above A. huñgu.
  • 70 l. 13, for apapra read papara.
  • 70 l. 16, for A. hanu read A. henu.
  • 70 l. 18, for G. vauvenu read G. veuvenu.
  • 71 l. 11, for A. gau read A. geu.
  • 71 l. 6 from bottom, for M. lima read M. lima.
  • 71 l. 2 from bottom, for C read G.
  • 72 l. 6 from bottom, for L. ñgwale read L. ñgalo.
  • 73 Note. For mana read mañga and omit G. to eat.
  • 74 (10) for R.S.H. Law read R.G.H. Law.
  • 74 l. 15, after IN fullstop.
  • 74 l. 9 from bottom, for Mauro read Bauro.
  • 74 Note 23, for G. navo read G. nayo.
  • 75 l. 20, for G. ahe read G. aho.
  • 76 l. 13, for pw read gw.
  • 77 Note 27. Omit Gari aro.
  • 78 l. 21, for aei sea, read asi.
  • 79 l. 17, for bora read bera.
  • 79 l. 21, for G. tutunge read tutuñgge.
  • 80 Note 33. For matqi read mataqi.
  • 81 l. 16, add “or tau.”
  • 81 l. 21, for hiite'o read hiito'o.
  • 81 l. 30, for vivtiv read vivtiy (g).
  • 81 l. 18 from bottom, omit “In”.
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  • 83 l. 20 from bottom, for M. tauru read tawu.
  • 84 l. 6 from bottom, for hono sia na read hono-si-na.
  • 85 l. 14 from bottom, omit comma after na.
  • 85 l. 10 from bottom, for mamma read mararuma.
  • 86 l. 6, for Ke read Ko.
  • 86 l. 10 from bottom, for L, A. ono, G. tono read L.A. oñgo, G. toñgo.
  • 86 l. 8 from bottom, for uma read umu.
  • 86 l. 7 from bottom, for rini read riñgi.
  • 86 l. 6 from bottom, for mata read ñgata.
  • 91 l. 20, for M. poa, pig read poa, big.
  • 93 l. 23, for G. vuka read vuha.
  • 96 l. 1, for G. kvui read kuvi.
  • 98 l. 10, for L. lalamou read lalamoa.
  • 99 l. 5, for stick read sick.
  • 100 l. 9, for mamogo read mamago.
  • 102 l. 14, for nui (no) read nui nest.
  • 103 l. 3, for ñganara read ñgañgara.
  • 104 l. 16, for thirtys read thirsty.
  • 105 l. 15, for G. lona, land read loñga, to land.
  • 107 l. 30, for G. doli, small read duli, small worm.
  • 108 l. 11, for so-tol, praise read so-tal and transpose headings Mota, Gela.
  • 110 l. 13, for G. subu read subo.
  • 111 l. 32, omit untai, hair of body.
  • 113 l. 1, for halayu read hayalu.
  • 1 15 l. 22, add Lau and for 24 M. lama see, read, sea.
  • 115 l. 27, for G. read C. (Codrington).
  • 116 l. 73, for B. Kamaria, daughter read slaughter.
  • 118 l. 120, for L. buda read luda.
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PRICE LIST OF BACK NUMBERS OF THE JOURNAL.

Prices are subject to alteration as stock is reduced. A concession is extended where any number is purchased. The letter M means an instalment of a memoir issued with the Journal. The Index should be used as an approach to back issues.

Vol. Year Part 1 Price Part 2 Price Part 3 Price Part 4 Price
1 1892 1-64 5s 65-130 131-94 195-278
2 1893 1-64 65-128 129-94 195-282 4s
3 1894 xi, 1-54 55-112 113-78 4s 179-244 5s
4 1895 xi, 1-72 6s 73-156 157-208 6s 209-300 6s
5 1896 xii, 1-72 73-130 131-94 195-246
6 1897 xii. 1-40 41-96 97-160 161-221, 1-108 sup. 6s
7 1898 ix, 1-54 6s 55-118 5s 119-184 6s 185-251 6s
8 1899 ix. 1-60 6s 61-140 6s 141-200 201-74 2s 6d
9 1900 viii, 1-64 5s 65-124 6s 125-72 5s 137-239 5s
10 1901 xii. 1-56 57-106 2s 6d 107-70 171-211 2s 6d
11 1902 xiv, 1-46 3s 47-126 127-94 1s 6d 195-207 1s 6d
12 1903 xv, 1-64 1s 6d 65-132 1s 6d 133-92 1s.6d 193-249 1s.6d
13 1904 xv. 1-72 2s 73-132 2s 133-96 1s 6d 197-271 2s 6d
14 1905 xv. 1-48 2s 6d 49-106 1s 6d 107-66 1s 6d 167-223 1s 6d
15 1906 xv. 1-60 2s 61-128 1s.6d 129-82 1s 6d 183-229 1s 6d
16 1907 xi. 1-62 2s 63-108 3s 6d 109-74 175-233
17 1908 xi, 1-50 51-111 3s 6d 112-68 2s 6d 169-236 2s
18 1909 xi. 1-46 3s 6d 47-100 101-56 157-224 2s
19 1910 x. 1-46 47-100 5s 101-70 5s 171-230 4s
20 1911 xii. 1-42 5s 43-102 103-64 165-230
21 1912 xx. vii. 1-28 29-82 83-140 141-189 5s
22 1913 xii. 1-44 45-106 107-68 5s 169-235 4s
23 1914 xi. 1-60 61-126 127-80 2s 6d 181-231 2s 6d
24 1915 xiii. 1-28 2s 29-76 2s 77-120 2s 121-72 2s
25 1916 xi, 1-32 2s 33-76 2s 77-130 2s 131-80 2s
26 1917 xii, 1-44 1s 6d 45-90 1s 6d 91-142 1s 6d 143-94 1s 6d
27 1918 X, 1-48 49-98 2s 99-164 165-231 2s
28 1919 xii, 1-54 3s 55-122 123-82 2s 6d 183-246 3s 6d
29 1920 xi. 1-44 45-106 107-64 165-228 5s
30 1921 xii, 1-52 53-128 129-200 201-66
31 1922 x. 1-66 67-90 91-158 159-211 1s 6d
32 1923 xi, 1-52 2s 53-102 103-88 2s 6d 189-263 2s 6d
33 1924 xiii. 1-86 87-148 149-228 1s 6d 229 350 1s 6d
34 1925 xiii, 1-98 5s 99-192 1s 6d 193-276 1s 6d 277-398 1s 6d
35 1926 xix, 1-72 1s 6d 73-180 1s 6d 181-266 1s 6d 267-373 1s 6d
36 1927 1-98 1s.6d 99-206 1s 6d 207-302 1s 6d 303-420 1s 6d
37 1928 1-112 1s 6d 113-256 1s 6d 257-358 1s 6d 359-481 1s 6d
38 1929 1-104 1s 6d 105-82, M9.1-38 1s 6d 201-98, M9.153-82-70 1s 6d 241-308, M9.71-99-99 1s 6d
39 1930 1-88, M9.101-24 1s 6d 89-200, M9.125-52-52 1s 6d 201-98, M9.153-82 1s 6d 299-412, M.183-216 1s 6d
40 1931 1-72, M9.217-46 1s 6d 73-94, M9.247-64 1s 6d 95-182, M9.265-84 1s 6d 183-267, M9.285-319 1s 6d
41 1932 1-80, M9.321-6, M10.1-30 2s 6d 81-180, M10.31-78 2s 6d 181-252, M10.79-108 2s 6d 253-337, M10.109-40 2s 6d
42 1933 1-32, M10.141-88, M11.21-44, M12.1-50 2s 6d 33-132, M10.189-204 2s 6d 133-210, M10.205-236 2s 6d 241-346, M10.237-52, M11.45-60, M12.51-84 2s 6d
43 1934 1-40, M10.253-68, M11.61-76, M12.85-108 2s 6d 41-142, M10.269-84, M11.77-92 2s 6d 143-228, M11.93-108 2s 6d 229-309, M10.285-304, M11.109-29 2s 6d
44 1935 1-68 2s 6d 69-136 2s 6d 137-92 2s 6d 193-257 2s 6d
45 1936 1-48 2s 6d 49-82, M13.1-16 2s 6d 83-118, M13.17-32 2s 6d 119-68, M13.33-48, M14.11-15 2s 6d
46 1937 1-40, M13.41-8, M14.17-27 2s 6d 41-98, M13.49-56, M14.29-36 2s 6d 99-174 2s 6d 175-248 2s 6d
47 1938 1-44, M14.37-45, M15.1-6 2s 6d 45-96, M13.57-64, M15.7-9 2s 6d 97-144, M15.10-16 2s 6d 145-216, M13.65-72, M15.17-23 2s 6d
48 1939 1-70, M15.24-31 2s 6d 71-128, M15.32-40 2s 6d 129-66, M15.41-6, M16.1-16 2s 6d 167-224, M15.47-50 2s 6d
49 1940 1-174, M15.51-4, M16.17-32 5s 175-308, M15.55-61, M16.33-48 5s 309-482, M15.62-5, M16.49-64 5s 483-633, M15.66-77, M16.65-80 5s
50 1941 1-52, M15.78-81 5s 53-106, M16.97-112 5s 107-72, M16.113-28 5s 173-244, M16.129-13 5s
51 1942 1-85 5s 87-152 5s 153-227 5s 228-92 5s
52 1943 1-24, M16.1-xii. 145-46, M15.i-ii, 83-90, M15 part 2 1-2 5s 25-90, M16.157-9 5s 91-156 5s 157-222 5s
53 1941 1-42, M15 part 2 3-4, Nga Mot. 1-16 5s 43-74, M15 part 2 5-6, Nga Mot. 17-32 5s 75-120, Nga Mot. 33-48 5s 121-219, Nga Mot. 49-64 5s
54 1945 1-90, Nga Mot. 65-72 6s 6d 91-146 6s 6d 147-166, M22.1-52 6s 6d 167-250, M22.53-72 6s 6d
55 1946 1-84 6s 6d 85-174 6s 6d 175-242 6s 6d 243-94 6s 6d

Address all correspondence to the Hon. Secretary, Polynesian Society, c/o Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, C.1.

1   The errors that have occurred in this very difficult paper (In March, 1947 number) are regretted, but at the time it was not possible for Dr. Fox to revise either the typed transcript of his paper or the proofs.