Milburn: Oriental commerce …

William Milburn: Oriental commerce. Containing a geographical description of the principal places in the East Indies, China, and Japan, with their produce, manufactures, and trade, including the coasting or country trade from port to port; also the rise and progress of the trade of the various European nations withthe eastern world, particularly that of the English East India Company (London, printed for the author, and published by Black, Parry & Co. 1813)

  • Digitized
    • vol. 1
      > Internet Archive (Book contributor: University of California Libraries, digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive)
      > Google Books (Book contributor: Stanford University Libraries)
    • vol. 2
      > Google Books (Original from New York Public Library; digitized 2 February 2010)
      > Google Books (Book contributor: Stanford University Libraries)
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 2176, Löwendahl 0767
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

China is covered in volume 2, chapter XXVIII (pp. 461-546) [Löwendahl’s note „chapter 23“ is an error]

[Abbreviated version/Digest:]
William Milburn/Thomas Thornton: Oriental commerce; or, The East India Trader’s complete guide; containing a geographical and nautical description of the maritime parts of India, China, Japan, and neighbouring countries, including the eastern islands, and the trading stations […]  (London: Printed for Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen 1825).

Last update: April 11, 2015.

 

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