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Ball: How to write Chinese

James Dyer Ball: How to write Chinese. Part I: Concerning general rules for writing Chinese, and particular directions for writing the radicals (Hongkong: Kelly and Walsh, 1888).

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 1744
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

id., 2nd ed. (Hongkong/Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, 1905)

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Digest of British Orders in Council Relating to China and Japan

[Great Britain Privy Council, Great Britain Supreme Court of Judicature:] Digest of British Orders in Council Relating to China and Japan: With the Exception of the China and Japan maritime Order in Council 1874). The China and Japan maritime Order in Council 1874, and the rules of H.b. M.’s Supreme Court and other Courts in China and Japan, including the scale of professional and court fees sanctioned by the Chief Judge. (Yokohama: Published by “Japan Gazette Office” 1879)

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  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2363
  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie
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Smith: In Eastern Seas

J. J. Smith: In Eastern Seas; or, the commission of H.M.S. “Iron Duke,” Flagship in China, 1878-83 (Devonport: Printed and published by A. H. Swiss, 1883)

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Tsang: The one hundred and eleven years Anglo-Chinese calendar [1800-1910]

Kam-Chiu Tsang: The one hundred and eleven years Anglo-Chinese calendar from first day of January, 1800, i.e. Kia King 4th year, 12th moon, 7thday to 31st day of December, 1910, i.e. Kwong sui 36th year, 11th moon, 30th day (Hongkong: Tsui King Kok [1910?])

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  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie
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Ball: The Cantonese made easy vocabulary

James Dyer Ball: The Cantonese made easy vocabulary; a small dictionary in English and Cantonese, containing words and phrases used in the spoken language, with the classifiers indicated for each noun, and definitions of the different shades of meaning, as well as notes on the different uses of some of the words where ambiguity might otherwise arise (Hongkong: Kelly & Walsh, 1908)

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  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie
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