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The Anti-foreign Riots in China in 1891: With an Appendix.

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Hudson Taylor sails for China with first Australasian party, November Hudson Taylor reaches Shanghai; finds Mrs. Taylor there after an absence of nine years from China, December Sailing of first Scandinavian China Alliance party, January. Many anti-foreign riots this year. China's Foreign Places: The Foreign Presence in China in the Treaty Port Era, | Robert Nield | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.

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Ichang is an open port; it is the scene of the anti-foreign riot of September 2nd, , when the foreign settlement was pillaged and burnt by the mob, aided by soldiers of the Chentai Loh-Ta-Jen, the head military official in charge at Ichang, "who gave the outbreak the benefit of his connivance.". Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, North China Herald ed. The Anti-Foreign Riots in China in Shanghai: The North China Herald Press, Noyes, George C. “Review of Corea, the Hermit Nation,” Dial 3 (): Oak, Sung-Deuk 초기 옥성득한글성경. “ 번역에 나타난 주요 논쟁 연구” [Major.


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Excerpt from The Anti-Foreign Riots in China in With an Appendix As the China Riots have now created world-wide interest, and as they are still by no means satisfactorily settled, it has been thought that a republication of all the leading Letters and Articles and Documents that have appeared on the subject would be found desirable for : North-China Herald.

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Anti-foreign riots in China in Shanghai: North China Herald, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: "The miscellaneous articles, correspondence, etc.

are all taken from the "North-China Daily News" and "North-China Herald" in June and July,where it is not otherwise stated."--Preface. Description. Anti-foreign riots in China in Shanghai: North China Herald, (OCoLC) Online version: Anti-foreign riots in China in Shanghai: North China Herald, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: ISBN: OCLC Number: The Anti-Foreign Riots in China in With an Appendix by North-China Herald.

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What have been the international consequences of these choices. Anti-American demonstrations were permitted in but repressed in during two crises in US-China -Japanese protests were tolerated in, and but banned in and Finally, in the early 's the English Protestant missionary Griffith John learned from a Chinese official that the “Death Blow to Corrupt Doctrines” was to be found in every city, village, family, monastery, and bookshop in Hunan.

Letter of Jan. 27,in The Anti-Foreign Riots in China in. "The Anti-Foreign Riots in China in With an Appendix" (Shanghai: North China Herald, ). Rowe, William T. Hankow: Conflict and Community in a Chinese City (Stanford, ). You Zi'an.

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B - Philosophy. Psychology. Religion 89 D - History (General) and History of Europe 28 L - Education 3 Q - Science 1 P - Language and literature 1. The Anti-foreign Riots in China in With an Appendix Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust "The miscellaneous articles, correspondence, etc.

are all taken from the "North-China Daily News" and "North-China Herald" in June and July,where it is not otherwise stated."-Pref. Papers,of and relating to the Rev David Hill, including journals, (some gaps); Hill's notes, sermons and addresses, and undated, including some lantern slides, the subjects including the Old Testament, missionary work, China, including the opium trade and Chinese literature, and Hill's visit to America; letters from Hill to various members of his family, Anti-foreign Riots in China in With an Appendix, Shanghai: North China Herald, ] Jindaishi ziliao [近代史資料Sources on modern history] 82 (November ): “Ping Zhou Xirui zhu Yihetuan yundong de qiyuan,” [評周錫瑞著《義和團的起源》Book.

The Anti-foreign Riots in China in With an Appendix Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust "The miscellaneous articles, correspondence, etc.

are all taken from the "North-China Daily News" and "North-China Herald" in June and July,where it is not otherwise stated."-Pref.

The anti-foreign riots in China in Date Printed Book Library/Archive School of Oriental and African Studies China, Jilin Places Sichuan, Nanjing, Manchuria, Mongolia, Yangzhou, Hunan. The Cause of the Riots in the Yangtse Valley. A "Complete Picture Gallery", first edition, title-page in Chinese and 32 woodblock plates printed in colours, introduction and descriptive text in English, one leaf of text with neat tear, one with corner torn away, stitched as issued in publisher's printed wrappers, oblong folio ( x mm.11 Bourne, F.

S., “Report of a journey in southwestern China,” China #1, (C. ), p. 1. Bourne set out on his mission before the end of October.

Because much of his memoranda was destroyed in the anti-foreign riots in Chungking inthe bulk of his report was not received in London until Mr.Scope and content/abstract: Papers,of and relating to the Rev David Hill, including journals, (some gaps); Hill's notes, sermons and addresses, and undated, including some lantern slides, the subjects including the Old Testament, missionary work, China, including the opium trade and Chinese literature, and Hill's.