Schlagwort-Archiv: Macartney

Wilkinson: Sketches Of Chinese Customs & Manners

[George Wilkinson:]  Sketches Of Chinese Customs & Manners, In 1811-12, Taken On The Spot; And Interspersed with a variety of Curious Occurrences, During A Voyage To The Cape of Good Hope, Pulo Penang, China, Canton, Whampoa, and Saint Helena : With Some Account Of The Ladrones / in a series of letters to a friend at Palermo, and dedicated to Sir George Staunton, Bart. by George Wilkinson, Esq. (Bath: Browne 1814)

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Holmes: The Journal Of Mr. Samuel Holmes, Serjeant-Major Of The XIth Light Dragoons, During His Attendance, As One Of The Guard On Lord Macartney’s Embassy To China And Tartary.

[Samuel Holmes:] The Journal Of Mr. Samuel Holmes, Serjeant-Major Of The XIth Light Dragoons, During His Attendance, As One Of The Guard On Lord Macartney’s Embassy To China And Tartary. 1792-3 : Printed Without Addition, Abridgment, Or Amendment, From The Original Diary, Kept During That Expedition (London: Bulmer 1798)

Samuel Holmes: Voyage en Chine et en Tartarie à la suite de l’ambassade de Lord Macartney (Paris: Delauce et Lesueur 1805)

  • Digitized: Google Books (Original from Lyon Public Library (Bibliothèque jésuite des Fontaines), digitized November 25, 2010)
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2387 f.
  • Entry in Wiener China-Bibliographie

[Samuel Holmes:] Viaggio di Samuele Holmes, sergente maggiore dell’undecimo reggimento di dragoni leggeri, e guardia di Lord Macartney nella sua ambasciata in China e Tartaria, eseguito negli anni 1792 e 1793. Versione dal francese; del traduttore del primo viaggio di Le Vaillant (Milano: Sozogno 1817)

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    > Google Books (Original from University of California, digitized 26 November 2007)
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Winterbotham: A complete view of the Chinese empire

William: Winterbotham: An historical, geographical, and philosophical view of the Chinese empire: comprehending a description of the fifteen provinces of China, Chinese Tartary; tributary states; natural history of China; government, religion, laws, manners and customs, literature, arts, sciences, manufactures, &c. (London: Printed for, and sold by the editor; J. Ridgway, York-Street; and W. Button, Paternoster-Row, 1795)

William Winterbotham: A complete view of the Chinese empire. Exhibited in a geographical description of that country, a dissertation on its antiquity, and a genuine and copious account of Earl Macartney’s embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China. (London: C. Cawthorn 1798).

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An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China

[George Leonard Staunton/George Macartney/Erasmus Gower:] An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China; including cursory obsrvations made, and information obtained, in travelling through that ancient empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary. Together with a Relation of the Voyage undertaken on the occasion by His Majesty’s Ship the Lion, and the Ship Hindostan, in the East India Company’s service, to the Yellow Sea, and Gulf of Peking; as well as of their return to Europe; with Notices of the several places where they stopped in their way out and home; being the islands of Madeira, Teneriffe, and St. Jago; the port of Rio de Janeiro in South America; the islands of St. Helena, Tristan d’Acunha, and Amsterdam; the Coast of Java, and Sumatra, the Nanka Isles, Pulo Condore, and Cochin-China. Taken chiefly from the papers of His Excellency the Early of Macartney, Knight of the Bath, His Majesty’s Embassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of China; Sir Erasmus Gower, Commander of the Expedition, and of other Gentlemen in the several departments of the Embassy. By Sir George Staunton, Baronet … In Two volumes, with engravings …; beside a folio Volume of Plates. (London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. For G. Nichol. 1797).

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  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2381 f.

[George Leonard Staunton/George Macartney/Erasmus Gower:] An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China; including cursory obsrvations made, and information obtained, in travelling through that ancient empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary. Together with a Relation of the Voyage undertaken on the occasion by His Majesty’s Ship the Lion, and the Ship Hindostan, in the East India Company’s service, to the Yellow Sea, and Gulf of Peking; as well as of their return to Europe; with Notices of the several places where they stopped in their way out and home; being the islands of Madeira, Teneriffe, and St. Jago; the port of Rio de Janeiro in South America; the islands of St. Helena, Tristan d’Acunha, and Amsterdam; the Coast of Java, and Sumatra, the Nanka Isles, Pulo Condore, and Cochin-China. Taken chiefly from the papers of His Excellency the Early of Macartney, Knight of the Bath, His Majesty’s Empassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of China; Sir Erasmus Gower, Commander of the Expedition, and of other Gentlemen in the several departments of the Embassy. By Sir George Staunton, Baronet … In Three volumes, with engravings …; beside a folio Volume of Plates. (London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. For G. Nichol. 1797).

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    • vol. 1
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor: University of California Libraries, igitizing sponsor: Internet Archive)
      > Google books (Original from University of Michigan, digitized 15 August 2008)
    • vol. 2
      > Internet Archive (Book from the collections of University of Michigan, digitizing sponsor: Google)
    • vol. 3
      > Internet Archive (Book from the collections of University of Michigan, digitizing sponsor: Google)
      > Google Books (Original from University of Michigan, digitized 8 September 2007
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2383

 

French version
[George Leonard Staunton/George Macartney/Erasmus Gower/Jean Henri Castéra (trad., ed.):] Voyage dans l’intérieur de la Chine et en Tartarie fait dans les années 1792, 1793 et 1794 par lord Macartney. … rédigé sur les papiers de lord Macartney, sur ceux du commodore Érasme Gower et des autres personnes attachées à l’ambassade, par Sir Georges Staunton … Traduit de l’anglais, avec des notes, par J. Castéra. 3e édition, revue corrigée et augmentée d’un Précis de l’histoire de la Chine, par le traducteur, et du Voyage en Chine et en Tartarie de J. C. Huttner, traduit de l’allemand par le même traducteur ; avec 37 planches et 4 cartes gravées en taille-douce par Tardieu l’aîné. (3ème ed. Paris: F. Buisson 1804)

Dutch version:
George Staunton: Reis van lord Macartneij, naar China. (Amsterdam: J. Allart 1798-1801)

German version:
George Leonard Staunton/Johann Christian Hüttner (transl.): Reise der englischen Gesandtschaft an den Kaiser von China, in den Jahren 1792 und 1793.  Aus den Papieren des Grafen von Macartney, des Ritter Erasmus Gower und andrer Herren zusammengetragen von Sir George Staunton Baronet, Königl. Sekretäre bey der chinesischen Gesandtschaft. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Johann Christian Hüttner, Mitgefährten dieser Gesandtschaftsreise. (Zürich: Geßner 1798-1799)

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  • Bibliographic reference:  VD18 11145463
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Aeneas Anderson: Geschichte der Brittischen Gesandtschaft …

Aeneas Anderson: A narrative of the British embassy to China, in the years 1792, 1793 and1794; containing the various circumstances of the embassy, with accounts of customs and manners of the Chinese; and a description of the country, towns, cities, etc. etc. (London: Printed for J. Debrett, 1795)

  • Bibliographic reference: Löwendahl, vol. 2, p. 35 (no. 685)
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    > Google Books (book contributor: New York Public Library; digitized: 2 February 2009)
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Erzählung der Reise und Gesandtschaft des Lord Macartney nach China und von da zurück nach England in den Jahren 1792 bis 1794, von Aeneas Anderson. Aus dem Englischen, mit Anmerkungen und Zusätzen (Erlangen: Walther, 1795)

  • Digitized: Google Books (book contributor: Bavarian State Library; digitized: 18 May 2010)

Aeneas Anderson’s Geschichte der Brittischen Gesandtschaft nach China in den Jahren 1792, 1793 und 1794: nebst einer Nachricht von dem Lande, den Gebräuchen und Sitten der Chinesen. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt (Neuere Geschichte der See- und Landreisen. Bd. 7, Abt. 1; Hamburg:  Benjamin Gottlob Hoffmann 1796), xvi, 246 p., 1 fold-out

Aeneas Anderson: Reise der Brittischen Gesandtschaft nach China (Halle: Renger 1796)

  • Digitized: GDZ
  • Bibliographic reference:  VD18 10682376, BS col. 2387
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