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Illescas: Historia Pontifical y Católica

Gonzalo de Illescas/Luis de Bavia/Fr. Marco de Guadalajara y Xavier/Juan Baños de Velasco y Acevedo: Historia Pontifical y Católica (Madrid: M. Sanchez (vols. 1-5)/F. Sanz (vol. 6) 1652-1678)

  • Digitized:
    • vol. 1
      > Google Books (Original: Klosterbibliothek Montserrat, digitized 16 February 2011)
    • vol. 2
      > Google Books (Original: Klosterbibliothek Montserrat, digitized 16 February 2011)
      > Google Books (Original: Universidad Complutense Madrid, digitized 3 June 2011)
    • vol. 3
      > (no digital copy located)
    • vol. 4
      > Google Books (Original: Klosterbibliothek Montserrat, digitized 16 February 2011)
      vol. 5
      > Google Books (Original:  Klosterbibliothek Montserrat, digitized 16 February 2011)
      > Google Books (Original: Universidad Complutense Madrid, digitized 26 January 2009)
    • vol. 6
      > Google Books (Original: Klosterbibliothek Montserrat, digitized 16 February 2011)
  • Bibliographic reference: Löwendahl 0103
  • Entry in Wiener China-Bibliographie

The six volumes provide a general history of the world – from the earliest times to 1644. Information o China is mainly contained in the sixth volume, covering the years 1623-1644. Volume 1 was originally published in 1565, volume 2 in 1573, vol. 3 in 1608, vol. 4 and vol. 5 in 1612, volume 6 was first published in 1678.
See Segunda parte de la Historia pontifical y catolica.

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Inouye: The fall of Wei-hai-wei

[Jukichi Inouye/Kazumasa Ogawa:] The fall of Wei-hai-wei. Compiled from Official and other Sources, by Jukichi Inouye. – With Numerous Collotypes by K. Ogawa. (Yokohama: Kelly and Walsh [1895])

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor: University of California Libraries, digitizing sponsor: MSN)
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2541 f.
  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie
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Inouye/Ogawa: The Japan-China War : on the regent’s sword : Kinchow, Port Arthur, and Talienwan

[Jukichi Inouye/Kazumasa Ogawa:] The Japan-China War: on the regent’s sword: Kinchow, Port Arthur, and Talienwan. Compiled from Official and other Sources by Jukichi Inouye. With Numerous Collotype Plates by K. Ogawa (Yokohama: Kelly & Walsh [1895])

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor: University of California Libraries, digitizing sponsor: MSN)
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2541
  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie
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Imbault-Huart: Cours éclectique, graduel et pratique de langue chinoise

Camille Imbault-Huart: 京話指南 Cours éclectique, graduel et pratique de langue chinoise, 4 parts (Péking: Typographie du Pei-T’ang | Paris: Leroux, 1887-1889)

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Itier: Journal d’un voyage en Chine en 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846

Jules Itier: Journal d’un voyage en Chine en 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846 (Paris: Dauvin et Fontaine 1848-1853)

  • Digitized
    • t. 1:
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor & digitizing sponsor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute)
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor: New York Public Library, digitizing sponsor: Google)
    • t. 2:
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor & digitizing sponsor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute)
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor: New York Public Library, digitizing sponsor: Google)
    • t. 3:
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor & digitizing sponsor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute)
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor: New York Public Library, digitizing sponsor: Google)
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2117
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

Jules Alphonse Eugène Itier (1802-1877) was a customs inspector and an amateur daguerreotypist/early photographer. He was member of the mission sent to China to negotiate the first Sino-French treaty (Treaty of Huangpu 黃埔 [Whampoa], 1844). During his travels, he noted observations on nature and on the ethnography of the regions he visited. His descriptions introduced things unknown/barely known to a European audience, for example gutta-percha, sorghum, and natural rubber. His daguerreotypes are the earliest preserved photographs of China.

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Ijzerman: Dirck Gerritsz Pomp, alias Dirck Gerritsz China, de eerste Nederlander die China en Japan bezocht (1544-1604)

Jan Willem Ijzerman: Dirck Gerritsz Pomp, alias Dirck Gerritsz China, de eerste Nederlander die China en Japan bezocht (1544-1604): zijn reis naar en verblijf in Zuid-Amerika, grootendeels naar Spaansche bescheiden bewerkt ( ‘s-Gravenhage: M. Nijhoff 1915)

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