Du Ponceau: A dissertation on the nature and character of the Chinese system of writing

Peter Stephen Du Ponceau: A Dissertation of the Nature and Character of the Chinese System of Writing, in a letter to John Vaughan […] to which are subjoined, a vocabulary of the Cochinchinese language by Father Joseph Morrone, R. C. Missionary at Saigon, with references to plates containing the characters belonging to each word, and with notes, showing the degree of affinity existing between the Chinese and Cochinchinese languages, and the use they respectively make of their common system of writing, by M. de la Palun, Late Consul of France at Richmond in Virigina; and a Cochinchinese and Latin Dictionary in use among the R.C. Missions in Cochinchina. Published by Order of the American Philosophical Society, by their Historical and Literary Committee (Philadelphia: Published for the American Philosophical Society by M’Carty and Davis, 1838)

  • Bibliographic reference: Löwendahl, vol. 2, p. 136 (no. 926)
  • Digitized:
    > Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: MSN; book contributor: University of California Libraries)
    > Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: Google; book contributor: Oxford University; see also: Bodleian Library [PDF])
    > Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10522379-8)
    > Google Books (Original from Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, digitized 25 March 2011)
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

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