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Title China and the Chinese. Volume 51 [electronic resource].

Published [1868-1913]

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Physical description 11 items, bound : ill.
Series China (Adam Matthew Digital (Firm) : 2012)
Notes Binder's title: China and the Chinese : a collection of pamphlets relating thereto. Volume 51.
Contents China in the light of history / by Ernst Faber ; translated from the German by E.M. H. ; with appendix: A missionary view of Confucianism -- Reception and entertainment of the Chinese embassy, by the City of Boston -- Mutual helpfulness between China and the United States / by Wu Ting-Fang -- Chinese immigration / by S. Wells Williams -- On remains of Struthiolithus chersonensis from northern China : with remarks on the distribution of struthious birds / by C.R. Eastman -- Preliminary report on the Echini collected in 1906 : from May to December, among the Aleutian Islands, in Bering Sea, and along the coasts of Kamtchatka, Sakhalin, Korea, and Japan ... / by Alexander Agassiz and Hubert Lyman Clark -- Descriptions of new birds from Central China / by John E. Thayer and Outram Bangs -- China and the Far East, 1889-99 : contribution towards a bibliography / [compiled by Margaret Windeyer] (New York State Library. Bulletin ; 59) -- Catalogue of the collection of Chinese carvings in jade and other objects of art formed by Prince Kung Pu Wei of Pekin : which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods -- The opium traffic between India and China : the debate in the House of Commons on the resolutions introduced by J.W. Pease , Friday, April 29, 1881 : extracted from Hansard's Parliamentary debates ... -- The powers in the Pacific.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital. [Chicago, Ill.] : Adam Matthew Education [North American distributor], c2012 (China : culture and society : the Wason Pamphlet Collection, Cornell University)
Original Version Wason Collection, Cornell University
Other author Faber, Ernst.
Clark, Hubert Lyman, 1870-1947.
Bangs, Outram, 1862-1932.
Windeyer, Margaret.
Pease, Joseph W. (Joseph Whitwell), 1828-1903.
Wu, Tingfang, 1842-1922. Mutual helpfulness between China and the United States.
Williams, S. Wells (Samuel Wells), 1812-1884. Chinese immigration.
Eastman, Charles Rochester, 1868-1918. On remains of Struthiolithus chersonensis from northern China.
Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910. Preliminary report on the Echini collected in 1906.
Thayer, John E. (John Eliot), 1862-1933. Descriptions of new birds from Central China.
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Opium traffic between India and China.
Cornell University. Library. Wason Collection.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Adam Matthew Education (Firm)
Subject Yixin, Prince, son of Daoguang, Emperor of China, 1833-1898 -- Art collections -- Catalogs.
Confucianism.
Visitors, Foreign -- Massachusetts -- Boston.
Chinese -- United States.
Birds, Fossil -- Eggs -- China.
Echinus -- Bering Sea.
Birds -- China.
Jade carving -- Private collections -- Catalogs.
Opium trade -- China.
Opium trade -- India.
China -- Civilization.
China -- Religion.
China -- Relations -- United States.
United States -- Relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- China.
United States -- Emigration and immigration.
East Asia -- Bibliography.
Great Britain -- Commerce -- China.
China -- Commerce -- Great Britain.
East Asia -- Politics and government.
East Asia -- Foreign relations.
Variant Title Vol. 51 in collection with title: Pamphlets relating to China
Other uniform title Reception and entertainment of the Chinese embassy, by the City of Boston.
China and the Far East.
Catalogue of the collection of Chinese carvings in jade and other objects of art formed by Prince Kung Pu Wei of Pekin.
Powers in the Pacific.
Other title China in the light of history.
Missionary view of Confucianism.