The importance of the Ostend-Company consider’d

The importance of the Ostend-Company consider’d. (London : printed by E. Say, and sold by J. Roberts at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, MDCCXXVI. [1726])

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Fox: China’s fight for tariff autonomy at the Washington conference

Charles Fox: China’s fight for tariff autonomy at the Washington conference (Tientsin: North China Star, [ca. 1922])

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Kern (ed.): Itinerario, voyage, ofte schipvaert van Jan Huygen van Linschoten naer Oost ofte Portugaels Indien, 1579-1592

[Jan Huygen van Linschoten/Hendrik Kern (ed.): Itinerario, voyage, ofte schipvaert van Jan Huygen van Linschoten naer Oost ofte Portugaels Indien, 1579-1592, uitgegeven door prof. dr. H. Kern (’s-Gravenhage M. Nijhoff 1910)

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Speech of Hon. Milton S. Latham, of California, on the bill to establish a line of meal steamships between San Francisco and Shanghae, China …

Speech of Hon. Milton S. Latham, of California, on the bill to establish a line of meal steamships between San Francisco and Shanghae, China, touching at the Sandwich Islands and Japan. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, January 9, 1855 (Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1855)

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Lacôte: Note sur les ports chinois ouverts au commerce étranger

T.-P.-M. Lacôte: Note sur les ports chinois ouverts au commerce étranger ([Paris]: Impr. du Journal officiel, 1884)

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China. Port catalogues of the Chinese customs‘ collection of the Austro-Hungarian Universal Exhibition, Vienna, 1873

China. Port Catalogues of the Chinese customs‘ collection at the Austro-Hungarian universal exhibition, Vienna 1873. To illustrate the international exchange of products. Publ. by order of The Inspector General of Chinese Maritime Customs (Shanghai: Imperial Maritime Customs Press 1873)

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Lobé: La Chine et l’Europe

Guillaume Lobé: La Chine et l’Europe, ou Considérations politiques commerciales sur l’invasion prochaine des produits Asiatiques dans les marchés européens; et sur les mesures administratives à prendre pour neutraliser les effets que produira, vraisemblablement, la dite invasion. (Amsterdam: Canongette & Cie 1843)

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Review of the Management of Our Affairs in China […]

Review of the Management of Our Affairs in China, Since the Opening of the Trade in 1834: With an Analysis of the Government Despatches from the Assumption of Office by Capt. Elliot, on the 14th December, 1836, to the 22d of March, 1839 (London: Smith, Elder, and Company 1840)

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Marjoribanks: Letter […] on the present state of British intercourse with China

Charles Marjoribanks: Letter to the Right Hon. Charles Grant, President of the Board of Controul, on the present state of British intercourse with China (London: J. Hatchard and Son 1833)

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Treaty between Denmark and China […]. Signed in Tientsin on the 13th of July, 1863 […]

Treaty between Denmark and China, including Tariff and Trade Regulations. Signed in Tientsin on the 13th of July, 1863, By Colonel Raasloff, H. D. M.’s Chargé d’Affaires at Washington, &c. &c. &c. for Denmark. – Hang-ki and Chung-how, High Imperial Commissioners for the Ta-Tsing Dynasty, &c. &c. &c. for China. Exchanged in Shanghai on the … → Continue reading

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