Stevens: Cantonese apothegms

Harry Jabez Stevens: Cantonese apothegms (Canton: E-Shing, 1902)

Bibliographic reference: Jansen, p. 362 (no. 12.7 026) Digitized: > Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: MSN; book contributor: Cornell University Library) > Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: MSN; book contributor: University of California Libraries) No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

Bonney: Phrases in the Canton colloquial dialect

Samuel William Bonney: Phrases in the Canton colloquial dialect arranged according to the nmber of Chinese characters in a phrase. With an English translation (Canton 1853)

Bibliographic reference: Jansen, p. 358 (no. 12.7 004) Digitized: Internet Archive (book contributor: State Library of Pennsylvania) No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

Devan: The Beginner’s First Book in the Chinese Language, Canton Vernacular

Thomas T. Devan: The Beginner’s First Book in the Chinese Language, Canton Vernacular: Prepared for the Use of the House-keeper, Merchant, Physician, and Missionary. (Hongkong: Printed at the China Mail Office 1847)

Digitized: Google Books (Original von British Library, digitized 11 December 2014) Bibliographic reference: BS 1686

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Castañeda: Gramatica elemental de la Lengua China: Dialecto cantonés

Benjamin Castañeda: Gramatica elemental de la Lengua China: Dialecto cantonés (Hong-Kong: Typ. de De Souza y Ca 1869)

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Stedman/Lee: A Chinese and English phrase book in the Canton dialect

Thomas Lathrop Stedman, K. P. Lee: A Chinese and English phrase book in the Canton dialect: or, Dialogues on ordinary and familiar subjects for the use of the Chinese resident in America, and of Americans desirous of learning the Chinese Language; with the Pronunciation of each word indicated in Chinese and Roman Characters (New York: … → Continue reading

Ball: The Cantonese made easy vocabulary

James Dyer Ball: The Cantonese made easy vocabulary; a small dictionary in English and Cantonese, containing words and phrases used in the spoken language, with the classifiers indicated for each noun, and definitions of the different shades of meaning, as well as notes on the different uses of some of the words where ambiguity might … → Continue reading

Ball: Cantonese made easy

James Dyer Ball: Cantonese made easy. A book of simple sentences in the Cantonese dialect, with free and literal translations, and directions for the rendering of English grammatical forms in Chinese (Hongkong: ‚China Mail‘ Office, 1883)

Bibliographic reference: BS col. 1698 f.

id. (second ed., rev. and enlarged; Hongkong: ‚China Mail‘ Office, 1888)

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Dennys: Ch’o hok kai. A handbook of the Canton vernacular of the Chinese language

Nicholas Belfield Dennys: 初學階. Ch’o hok kai. A handbook of the Canton vernacular of the Chinese language : being a series of introductory lessons, for domestic and business purposes (London: Tübner & Co./Hong Kong „China Mail“ Office 1874)

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Morrison: Vocabulary of the Canton Dialect

Robert Morrison: Vocabulary of the Canton Dialect (Printed at the Honorable East India Company’s Press, 1828)

Bibliographic reference: BS col. 1594, Lust no. 1063 Digitized: Google Books (book contributor: University of California; digitized: 28 March 2008) Entry in Wiener China-Bibliographie

Chalmers: English and Cantonese Dictionary

John Chalmers/Thomas Kirkman Dealy: English and Cantonese dictionary (Hongkong et al.: Kelly & Walsh Ltd. 1907)

Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor: University of California Libraries, digitizing sponsor: MSN) No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

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