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Confidential British Foreign Office political Correspondence. China. Series 1.1906-1908. / Paul Kesaris; Great Britain. Foreign Office.. --Frederick, MD : University Publications of America,1994. --105卷: 正片; 35mm. --编目员补充的翻译题名: 英国外交机密通信. --ISBN 1556555199, ISBN 9781556555190:CNY559822.00(全437卷).

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1. --345幅. --1906: Volume 668. - 1907 (January -November): Volume 671.
子目: (1)(China) Reference.

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2 . --267幅. --1907 cont. (November 25 -December): Volume 671 cont.- 1908: Volume 672.子目: (1)(China) Reference.

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3 . --569幅. --1906 Volume 18. China Political.子目: (1)Compensation for Chinese subjects injured at Vladivostock. (2)Trade Marks Registration in China. (3)False indications of origin on soap wrappers. (4)Messrs. A. Krauss and Company's antimony ore contract at Changsha. (5)Anthrax. (6)China Indemnity.

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4 . --574幅. --1906 cont. Volume 18. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)China Indemnity (cont.). (2)Poultry Farms in China. (3)Australian Immigration Restriction Act, 1901. (4)Mining in Szechuan Province. (5)Newspaper publishing companies in Hong Kong. (6)Anhui Mining Concession.

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5 . --488幅. --1906 cont. Volume 19-20 China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Anhui Mining Concession (cont.). (2)Withdrawal of troops from North China. (3)Land use in new territory of Hong Kong. (4)Ehlert, Seemann, Schramm and Becker claims. (5)Lieutenant Radclyffe's visit to Pamirs. (6)Floating mines in Pechili Gulf. (7)Admission of Messrs. Chen Tsetch and General Kiaking for course at Enfield Small Arms Factory. (8)Importation of morphia into China. (9)Dr. Zugmayer's visit to Tibet.

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6 . --466幅. --1906 cont. Volume 20-21. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Dr. Zugmayer's visit to Tibet (cont.). (2)Issue of certificates under U.S. Immigration Act, 1884. (3)Mining in Hunan. (4)Conveyance of Russian sailors to Colombo in SS Namsang. (5)Hankow Canton Railway. (6)Mr. J.E. Foley. (7)Chungking intelligence report. (8)Ping Hsiang Coal Mine. (9)Silk production in Che Kiang. (10)Currency reform in China. (11)Levy of li-kin on foreign imports. (12)German-Chinese Commercial Treaty. (13)Captain O'Connor's visit to Hou Chao. (14)Lots on British Concession at Kiukiang. (15)Trade between Swatow and Philippines. (16)Lama insurrections. (17)Tengyueh intelligence report. (18)Railway enterprises in China.

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7 . --583幅. --1906 cont. Volume 21-22. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tientsin-Chinkiang Railway (cont.). (2)Mining regulations. (3)Tibet Indemnity. (4)British legation library. (5)North China Railway. (6)Hong Kong land. (7)Whangpoo Conservancy. (8)Mr. M. A. Robertson. (9)Lobo rising in Northeast Yunnan. (10)Yunnanfu-Sauchuan Railway. (11)China Political. (12)Opium traffic between India and China. (13)Attitude of Chinese officials towards His Majesty's ships visiting Poyang Lake. (14)Mr. F. B. Hogg. (15)Soochow Hangchow Ningpo Railway.

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8 . --623幅. --1906 cont. Volume 22-23. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Soochow Hangchow Ningpo Railway (cont.). (2)Chinese Engineering and Mining Company's dealings with other shipping firms at Ching Wang Tao. (3)Release of crew of Russian T.B.D. "Burni." (4)Invitation to the Tashi Lama, the Maharaja of Sikkim and the Tongshan. Penlop of Bhutan to visit India. (5) Affairs of Tibet. (6)Kashgar diary and news abstracts.

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9 . --634幅. --1906 cont. Volume 23-24. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Kashgar diary and news abstracts (cont.). (2)Diary of Captain O'Connor, Gyantse, from 25th September to 12th November, 1905. (3)Canton-Kowloon Railway.

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10 . --625幅. --1906 cont. Volume 24-25. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Canton-Kowloon Railway (cont.). (2)Services to Russian destroyer "Bodoy" by SS Kweilin. (3)Mr. Joseph E. Geddes. (4)Shanghai Municipal Council. (5)Chinese boycott of American goods. (6)Transmission of intelligence to Civil Eastern Fleet in time of war. (7)Szechuan Railways. (8)Russo-Japanese War. (9)Popular excitement at Canton against Viceroy. (10)Mr. Shorts claim against Russian Government. (11)Alleged Chinese disregard of Mackay Treaty. (12)Captain Scott Harden. (13)Denial of treaty rights to Mr. Bennertz at Changsha.

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11 . --609幅. --1906.Volume 25-26. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Denial of treaty rights to Mr. Bennertz at Changsha (cont.). (2)Antiforeign feeling in China. (3)China trade reports, 1906. (4)China Association's annual report. (5)Funeral at Pagoda Anchorage of Paymaster W.G. Littlejohns and Engine Room Artificer Haly, both of HMS Hecla. (6)Last illness of General Sir M. Gerard. (7)Mr. K.V. Morgan. (8)Manchu Syndicate. (9)Gratuity to Mr. Wilton for services in connection with Tibet. (10)Peking-Hankow Railway. (11)Mr. Garnett. (12)Messrs. Brunner, Mond, and Company case. (13)Hon. R. Collier. (14)Peking Syndicate. (15)Chinese army maneuvers. (16)Shanghai-Nanking Railway.
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12 . --599幅. --1906 cont. Volume 26-27. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Shanghai-Nanking Railway (cont.). (2)Foreign mining concessions in China. (3)Szechuan Finances. (4)French enterprise in China. (5)Szechuan French Mining Company. (6)Chou-Fu, Acting Viceroy of Nanking. (7)Camphor trade in Fukien. (8)Mr. A. Hosie, Commercial Attaché. (9)Ichang-Kuei-chou-fu Railway. (10)Chinese local markets. (11)Corean Diplomatic and Consular ports. (12)Vacancy for Shipwright in China. (13)Opium Act Amendment Act, 1905 of S. Australia. (14)Rifles from Shanghai. (15)Lieutenant Graham. (16)Letters for Bishop Corte whilst at Peking. (17)Opening of Yunnanfu: Provisional regulations for the proposed general settlement. (18)Kueichou Province coal and iron deposits. (19)Popular unrest in China. (20)Letters of introduction.

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13 . --645幅. --1906 cont. Volume 27-28. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Letters of introduction (cont.). (2)Military attaché at Peking. (3)Proposed visit of military attaché at Peking to Yunnan. (4)Alfred Goodier of Peking. (5)Shanghai police. (6)Disturbances at Changpoo. (7)Murder of American missionaries at Lienchow. (8)China and foreign settlements. (9)Reports on the foreign trade of China. (10)Loan of £20,000,000 to the Chinese Government. (11)Safety of British subjects in China. (12)Kiangpei concession. (13)Halzapfel's Composition Company claims against Chinese Eastern Railway Company. (14)Treaties and conventions with or concerning China and Corea. (15)Inspectors of Chinese koolies in the Transvaal. (16)Intelligence report. (17)Seizure of coal by Viceroy of Canton. (18)Fu-Kien. (19)Indian northeast frontier, Burma, Siam and China. (20)Return of Russian ships of war, and troops. (21)Newchwang. (22)Wei Hai-Wei Junks. (23)Tan Tzu-Cheng. (24)Frey, Austrian subject. (25)Yangtze Valley. (26)Natives of India in the Far East.

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14 . --606幅. --1906 cont. Volume 28-29. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Natives of India in the Far East (cont.). (2)Roller Millers in China. (3)Ede's Chekiang Mines. (4)North Chihli. (5)Burma-Yunnan Railways. 
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15 . --597幅. --1906 cont. Volume 29-30. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan Railways (cont.). (2)Chekiang. (3)Copyright. (4)French consular agency at Newchwang. (5)Tibetan disturbances: Indemnity demanded by Roman Catholic mission at Ta chien Lu. (6)Census of foreign residents at Shanghai. (7)Mongolia: Chinese passports to travel in for purposes of trade. (8)Shashih: Visit of Mr. Fox to port of. (9)Baron de Binder Kriegelstein's claim against H. M. G. (10)Weihai Wei mining rights. (11)His client Mr. Chew Chuk Shan. (12)Murder of missionaries at Nanchang.

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16 . --521幅. --1906 cont. Volume 30-31. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan Railways (cont.). (2)Chekiang. (3)Copyright. (4)French consular agency at Newchwang. (5)Tibetan disturbances: Indemnity demanded by Roman Catholic mission at Ta chien Lu. (6)Census of foreign residents at Shanghai. (7)Mongolia: Chinese passports to travel in for purposes of trade. (8)Shashih: Visit of Mr. Fox to port of. (9)Baron de Binder Kriegelstein's claim against H. M. G. (10)Weihai Wei mining rights. (11)His client Mr. Chew Chuk Shan. (12)Murder of missionaries at Nanchang. (13)Mr. Sherrings' report on his visit to Western Tibet. (14)Recent exploration of the Upper Salween. (15)Administration of the Chumbi Valley. (16)Ramie fibre. (17)Hong Kong-Yunnan trade through Tongking. (18)Engineering lessons of the late war. (19)Morale of Russian and Japanese armies during the late war. (20)Discharge to pension of Sergeant J. Bowman, R. M. L. I. late Head Constable at His Britannic Majesty's Legation at Peking. (21)Present status of Wei Hai Wei. (22)Mr. Furness's Shantung bank scheme. (23)Russo-Japanese War. (24)Passport for Yunnan via Bhamo. (25)Cardigan jackets and sweaters used by Chinese. (26)Chinese Commissioner for Investigation of Administration Systems of United Kingdom.

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17 . --652幅. --1906 cont. Volume 31-32. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese Commissioner for Investigation of Administration Systems of United Kingdom. (2)Chinese imports: Numbers and marks on foreign goods at Shanghai. (3)Lu Chun (Land Army) and new police organization in Tientsin and Peking. (4)Telegraphic rate between Peking and India. (5)Newchwang intelligence report for quarter ended 12/31/05. (6)Surtax of 1% imposed by French Municipal Council at Shanghai on all undeveloped land in Concession and the extension. (7)Hankow intelligence report. (8)Shantung: Political situation in. (9)Middleton's land in Tongku. (10)Chinese associate of British applicant for mines. (11)Anglo-French Quicksilver and Mining Co., Kueichow. (12)Chinese students at Cambridge. (13)Journey of Messrs. H. von Archer and G. von Almasy across Indo-Chinese frontier. (14)Interview. (15)Domiciliary rights of Russians and Japanese in Manchuria. (16)Mr. Hutchinson's visit to China relative to brick tea manufacture. (17)Free supply of arms for Shanghai Volunteer Corps. (18)Murder of Kelly at Changsha. (19)Anti-Catholic disturbances in districts of Chekiang. (20)Chinese Army: Fighting value of. (21)Late Consul Litton. (22)China-German customs agreement concerning Kiaochow and Tsingtau. (23)China-German Postal Agreements. (24)China and Natal: Postal arrangements between. (25)French and S. China: Rumour of suggested exchange of Kuang Chou Wan for a port in Hainan. (26)Messrs. Strewe and Cremer's journey in Szechuan and Kueichow. (27)Province of Kwangsi: General condition of. (28)Chinan-fu and other settlements in Shantung.

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18 . --642幅. --1906 cont. Volume 32-33. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinan-fu and other settlements in Shantung. (2)Rifles for Chinan fu Consulate. (3)Alleged outrages at Hankow. (4)Disbandment of Chinese regiment at Wei-Hai-Wei. (5)Visit of Colonel C.B. Wood to Chinese Pamirs. (6)Portuguese interests at Canton. (7)Typing of despatches from China. (8)Chinese customs tariff on coal. (9)Chinese insurrection in Honan! (10)Patents in China. (11)Returns of Trade. (12)A. B. C. Returns of Trade. (13)Provincial College at Chengtu. (14)Messrs. Famham, Boyd and Company Kiangnan Arsenal at Shanghai. (15)Building development at Tsingtau during 1905. (16)Shanghai municipal goal. (17)Japanese railway from Mukden to Hsin Min Tun. (18)Trip to HMS Widgeon up Yangtsze. (19)Haihe Conservancy Commission report for 1905. (20)Chengtu Intelligence report for December quarter 1905. (21)Peitaiho legation bungalows. (22)Shanghai land regulations. (23)Russia and China. 
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19 . --429幅. --1906 cont. Volume 33. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Russia and China. (2)Boundary between Irrawaddy and Salween Basins. (3)Trade of hiugho. (4)Reports of officers attached to the Japanese Army. (5)Claim of Messrs. Stark and Grosvenor against the Chinese Government. (6)Circulation of British dollar in China. (7)Purchase of material in the various Royal Arsenals in China and Japan. (8)Kiukiang Intelligence Report for period 11/14/05-1/31/06. (9)Canton: military matters at. (10)Foochow military matters. (11)Taxation of opium at Canton: regulations imposing additional taxation on prepared drug. (12)British Post Office in China. (13)Ssuchuan-Hankow Railway.

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20 . --628幅. --1906 cont. Volume 33-34. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tientsin New Constabulary. (2)Tibetan affairs. (3)SS Fuping. (4)Legation buildings at Peking. (5)Sale of American [flour] as Australian flour to Chinese merchants. (6)A. B. C. returns of trade. (7)Recognition of Mr. Macartney as British Consul in Chinese Turkestan. (8)Arms and ammunition for British Consulate in China. (9)Anglo-Chinese commericial treaty. (10)Miss Taylor's connection with the Chumbi Valley. (11)Chinese immigration into Newfoundland. (12)Sir E. Satows leave. (13)Natives of India in the Far East. (14)Kuangsi. (15)Indo-China. (16)Governor General of Indochina visits Yunnan. (17)Recent official appointments in Yunnan. (18)Riot at Shanghai Municipal Gaol. (19)Russian expedition through Mongolia. (20)Mr. Gervaise Cooke. (21)Commissioner of Wei hai Wei. (22)Mr. Nix. (23)Anti-foreign outbreak in Kiente district, Anhui. (24)Appointment of Major Davies at Tientsen. (25)Newchwang: Opening of port after winter. (26)Messrs. Carlowitz and Company. (27)United States postal agencies in China. (28)Discontent among Hunanese soldiers at Hsiang Shau. (29)Hanyang Smokeless Powder Factory. (30)Inland navigation: opening of Ganning as Treaty Post. (31)German Turfan Expedition. (32)Education of Chinese students in Burma. (33)French vessels in the Yangtse.

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21 . --482幅. --1906 cont. Volume 34-35. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)French vessels in the Yangtse (cont.). (2)Importation of copper coin into China. (3)Mackay Treaty with China of August 1902. (4)British India trade with Tibet. (5)Road construction estimates: Tulpigoree to Tibet. (6)Road construction estimates: Hindustan-Tibet. (7)Kowshing compensation. (8)Honorary degree of D. C. L. for Sir E. Satow. (9)Major G.F. Menzies. (10)German Evacuation of Kiautschou and acquisition of coaling station in Borneo. (11)Prince Ferdinand of Udine's proposed visit to Corea. (12)Chinese Central Railways. (13)Hangchow intelligence report. March 2,1906. (14)Passage of Yunnan opium through Burma in bond. (15)Trade between Gertok and Ladakh. (16)Emperor of China. (17)Sale of Rexer automatic machine gun in China. (18)Hankow German Concession. (19)Tibetan affairs.

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22 . --483幅. --1906 cont. Volume 35-36. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tibetan affairs (cont.). (2)Newchwang pilot boat Quilai. (3)Manchuria. (4)Railways in China. (5)Hankow native press. (6)Foreign concessions and settlements.

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23 . --377幅. --1906 cont. Volume 36. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Foreign concessions and settlements (cont.). (2)Inland waters navigation certificates. (3)Kinhua. (4)Trade and shipping in the Far East. (5)Railways and mines in Southern Manchuria. (6)French missionary excesses in Weihsi. (7)Board of Trade intelligence report of April 30,1906. (8)Antimony works at Changsha. (9)The government of Tibet. (10)Anti-foreign feeling in China. (11)China-Burman boundary.

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24 . --661幅. --1906 cont. Volume 37. China Political. 子目: (1)German Ministers. (2)Austrian Minister. (3)French Minister. (4)British legation, Peking. (5)Farewell audience. (6)Mr. George Turner. (7)Tientsin trade report. (8)Mr. Forbes Eadie of China Mutual Insurance Company. (9)Movements of China fleet. (10)Chinese mission to trade marts in Tibet. (11)China Print. (12)Projected railways in North China. (13)Dalai Lama and Mongolian affairs. (14)Ships on China station. (15)Quinquennial mission from Nepal to Peking. (16)Restrictions on opium smoking in China. (17)Mr. LD. Holt. (18)Sikkim-Tibet frontier. (19) A. B. C. returns of trade for 1905. (20)Captain Kozloff. (21)Foochow intelligence report. (22)Changsha intelligence report. (23)Ningpo hotel license. (24)Fuhkien Railways. (25)Changte foreign settlement. (26)Alleged British and French designs on Yunnan. (27)Japanese restrictions on trade in Manchuria. (28)"Boxer" outbreak of 1900. (29)Rock marks. (30)Political situation in China. (31)Kwangsi.

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25 . --577幅. --1906 cont. Volume 38. China Political. 子目: (1)Yunnan Railway. (2)A. B. C. returns of trade and shipping for 1905. (3)Recovery of debts incurred in Hong Kong by Chinese who abscond to China. (4)Absence of shipping competition at Swatow. (5)Concession for issue of bank notes in China. (6)Viceroy, Yuen Chi Kai contemplates concessions. (7)United States Court for China. (8)Commercial Attaché in China. (9)Encroachments on his property at Santa Sancha. (10)Miao Yu Tsao Case. (11)Mr. G. W. M. McKie, Chinese Customs. (12)Fuchow (Kiangsi). (13)Canton River. (14)Kias Chou convention. (15)Land held by foreigners outside concession limits. (16)Political situation. (17)Exchange of presents between Hunza and China. (18)Military report on Yunnan (1903). (19)Memorandum on affairs on and beyond N.W. frontier of India. (20)Sir J. Jordan. (21)The Yunnan official gazette. (22)General situation on Yangtze River. (23)Haikwan Tael. (24)Monument at Ningpo. (25)Maintenance of cable between Chefoo and Wei-hai-wei. (26)Coolie emigration from Swatow in foreign vessels. (27)China events.

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26 . --582幅. --1906 cont. Volume 38-39. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)China events (cont.). (2)Lieutenant Colonel Donald Mackenzie. (3)Siamase Prince Chira of Nagorn Jaisi. (4)Legation servants. (5)Russo-Japanese War: Claims. (6)British concession on the north side of the river at Niu-chwang. (7)Major W.S. Nathan. (8)Mrs. Allsop's claims against Japanese Government. (9)Physical training and military drill amongst Chinese boys in Hong Kong. (10)China and Japan mail packet sen/ice. (11)Tibet affairs. (12)Tibet affairs. (13)Outstanding war claims against Russian Government. (14)Chinese Engineering and Mining Company. (15)Judicial Assistant to Viceroy of Pe-Chi-Li. (16)Commandant of the Legation Guard at Peking. (17)Native administration in Indo-China. (18)Shanghai Municipal Council. (19)Departure of Monsieur Beau. (20)French Yunnan Railway. (21)Japanese teachers at Yunnanfu. (22)The subsidiary coinage of Hong Kong. (23)Defense of Indo-China. (24)Royal Asiatic Society. (25)Singan-Hankow Railway. (26)Tibet affairs. (27)Soper claims. (28)Brick tea. (29)Messrs. Gibb, Livingston and Company claim against Foochow mint. (30)Foreign drug manufacturers. (31)Lu Chün.

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27 . --562幅. --1906 cont. Volume 39-40. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Lu Chün (cont.). (2)Chinese Viceroys. (3)Trade at Hangchow during June quarter. (4)Chinese consular agents in Australia and New Zealand. (5)Typhoon at Hong Kong. (6)Chinese Emigration Ordinance of 1899. (7)Hanyang Arsenal. (8)Leather factory. (9)Corea. (10)Railway materials. (11)Poll tax levied on Chinese entering Canada. (12)The Chinese loans. (13)Russia and Japan in Manchuria, etc. (14)Railways in China. (15)Invitation to British trade agent at Gyantse to visit Shigatse. (16)Property in Kwantung. (17)Mr. Carnegie. (18)Rice riots near Chinkiang. (19)Chungking. (20)Peking-Kalgan Railway. (21)Telegraphs in Manchuria. (22)Tour through Bhutan to Gyantse by political officer in Sikkim. (23)China and Japan. (24)Shanghai Police. (25)Mining concessions in Yunnan. (26)Journey from Seoul to Peking. (27)Antung. (28)Changsha. (29)Treaty position in regard to Chusan and possible coersive measures against China. (30)Tibet affairs. (31)Anglo-Japanese Railway from Chingtu to Hankow. (32)Arms for Kulangsu Municipal Council. (33)China immigration into Canada. (34)Sir E. Satow. (35)Proposed loan to Szechuan Provincial Government. (36)Mr. Davidson's claim against the Russian Government. (37)Trans-Siberian Railway. (38)Proceedings of the China Squadron. (39)Captain H.C. King. (40)Commercial treaty between Italy and China. (41)Cruise of HMS Snipe along parts of the Yangtze River. (42)Financial standing of Messrs. Erlanger and Company. (43)Allowance for Chargé d'Affaires during leave of Minister. (44)Trans-Siberian Railway. (45)Boxers in Shansi. (46)Empehal audience. (47)Customs in Tibet. (48)Chinese labourers in Samoa. (49)Portuguese diplomatic missions to China and Japan. (50)Defense of H. M. legation, Peking. (51)Tea trade. (52)Wang, Chinese Minister in London. (53)Colonel R. S. Marshall. (54)Joint Stock Companies at Shanghai. (55)Rescue work in China. (56)History of Shanghai.

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28 . --669幅. --1906 cont. Volume 40-41. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)History of Shanghai (cont.). (2)Vice Admiral Sir A. Moore's Audience at Summer Palace. (3)Restrictions on Chinese visiting British colonies. (4)Mr. G. A. Combe's trip up the West River, (5)Survey of British territory in Burma. (6)Report by a missionary of a journey in Kin Chuan. (7)British and Chinese Corporation. (8)Tibet affairs. (9)Trade marts in Tibet. (10)Mr. C. S. Addis. (11)Mr. John C. White. (12)Missionaries in China. (13)Affairs of Shanghai. (14)Statement of foreign trade of China. (15)Hankow Municipal Council offices. (16)Newchwang quarantine regulations. (17)Military reports. (18)Inventories of government property in His Majesty's Legation. (19)Medical Officer.Peking. (20)Import of foodstuffs into Shanghai. (21)Mission to China on behalf of Nobel's Explosives Company LTD. (22)Famine in China. (23)Mr. C. D. E. Liardet. (24)Diary of political officers in Sikkim. (25)Chinese Central Railways. (26)Mr. Stanhope Lovell. (27)Tibet affairs. (28)Anti-dynastic rising at Liuyang. (29)Tibet affairs. (30)Opium concession in China. (31)Swatow. (32)Captain D. S. Robertson, Royal Scots Fusiliers. (33)Chinkiang Hulks. (34)Minister's salary. (35)Tibet. (36)Chinese secret agent in Tibet. (37)Opening of Nanning. (38)Mr. W. J. Clennell. (39) Visit of his brother to China and Manchuria. (40)Representations of trade marks. (41)Proceedings on the China Station. (42)Mr. John R. Baker. (43)Movements of HMS Moorhen. (44)British subjects trading at Chengtu. (45)Mr. Anthony Surtees Bredon. (46)Exports. (47)Manchuria. (48)Chinese Army maneuvers. (49)Chinese Ministers to Germany. (50)Chengtu.

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29 . --735幅. --1906. Volume 176-178. Tibet Affairs. 子目: (1)Tibet Treaty. (2)Shanghai Riots.

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30 . --597幅. --1906.Volume 176-178. Tibet Affairs. 子目: (1)Tibet Treaty. (2)Shanghai Riots.

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31 . --646幅. --1906 cont. Volume 178. Tibet Affairs. 子目: (1)Shanghai riots (cont.).

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32 . --174幅. --1906 cont. Volume 178. Tibet Affairs. 子目: (1)Shanghai riots (cont.).

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33 . --599幅. --1906. Volume 181. Chinese Customs Administration. 子目: (1)Administrator General of Chinese customs.

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34 . --454幅. --1906. Volume 18. Attack of Chinese Pirates.子目: (1)West River Piracy.

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35 . --438幅. --1907 cont. Volume 207-208. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Affairs of Northeast Frontier, Burma, Siam, and China. (2)Anhui mining concession. (3)Kashgar diary and news abstracts.

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36 . --488幅. --1907 Volume 207-208. China Political. 子目: (1)Kashgar diary and news abstracts (cont.). (2)Gyantse diary. (3)Shanghai-Nanking Railway loan. (4)Action of Chinese official at Gyantse.

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37 . --523幅. --1907 cont Volume 208-209. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Action of Chinese official at Gyantse (cont.). (2)Action of Chinese official at Gyantse.

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38 . --421幅. --1907 cont. Volume 209-210. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Action of Chinese official at Gyantse (cont.). (2)Action of Chinese official at Gyantse. (3)Reorganization of Chinese Navy. (4)Expedition to Kashgar and the Pamirs.

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39 . --483幅. --1907 cont. Volume 210-211. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Expedition to Kashgar and the Pamirs (cont.). (2)Canton-Kowloon Railway. (3)Reciprocal protection of trade marks in China and Corea.

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40 . --509幅. --1907 cont. Volume 211. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Reciprocal protection of trade marks in China and Corea (cont.). (2)Tengyueh Railway and Tali reconnaissance.

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41 . --514幅. --1907 cont. Volume 212-213. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tengyueh Railway and Tali reconnaissance. (2)Newchwang quarantine regulations. (3)Trade marts in Tibet. (4)Famine in China. (5)Legation guard at Peking. (6)Floating mines in Far Eastern waters. (7)China Indemnity. (8)Lieutenant E. W. Worrall. (9)Haikuan Tael. (10)Arms for Consul at Nanking. (11)Chang's mission to Tibet. (12)Opening of Manning.

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42 . --519幅. --1907 cont. Volume 213-214. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opening of Nanning (cont.). (2)Manchurian battlefields. (3)Situation at Haynan (Chekiang). (4)Colonel Woods' visit to Chinese Pamirs. (5)Affai rs of Tibet. (6)Arrest of political suspects at Shanghai. (7)Mr. Robertson. (8)British Men-of-War Mails. (9)Foreign troops in North China. (10)Tin travelling trunks. (11)Hankow-Canton Railway.

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43 . --510幅. --1907 cont. Volume 214. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Hankow-Canton Railway. (2)Haiho Conservancy. (3)Chinese Army. (4)Yangtse Shipping Company.

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44 . --544幅. --1907 cont. Volume 214-215. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Yangtse Shipping Company. (2)Shantung and Kiangsu. (3)Woosung Harbour. (4)Opium.

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45 . --507幅. --1907 cont. Volume 215-216. China Political (cont). 子目: (1)Opium.

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46 . --716幅. --1907 cont. Volume 216-217. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium (cont.). (2)Peking Syndicate.
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47 . --507幅. --1907 cont. Volume 217-218. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Peking Syndicate (cont.). (2)Land registration in China. (3)Fuhkien Camphor. (4)Wuchang Viceroy's foreign loan. (5)Chinese military affairs. (6)Canton River. (7)Shanghai Municipal Police. (8)China events. (9)Tong-shoa-yi. (10)Burma-China boundary (north). (11)Chinanfu foreign settlement. (12)Report on foreign trade of China in 1905. (13)King's regulations made under orders in Council. (14)Mr. Herbert Dent's property at Macao.

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48 . --425幅. --1907 cont. Volume 218. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Mr. Herbert Dent's property at Macao (cont.). (2)Opium.

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49 . --581幅. --1907 cont. Volume 219. China Political. 子目: (1)Trade in Tibet. (2)Trade in Tibet. (3)Affairs on China station. (4)Alleged French designs on Yunnan. (5)Publication of Chinese edition of British Trade Journal. (6)Reciprocal agreement between governments of Hong Kong and Canton with regard to bankruptcy matters. (7)Municipal Police of Shanghai. (8)Reports on Province of Yunnan. (9)Visit to Tibet of Mr. White, Political Officer in Sikkim. (10)Letter of recommendation for Mr. de Boyer to our agents in China. (11)Tungan Affair.Question of compensation. (12)Settlement of Anglo-Chinese differences in Central Asia.

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50 . --524幅. --1907 cont. Volume 220. China Political. 子目: (1)Manchuria. (2)French occupation of company's land at Ching Wang Tao. (3)Unrest in China during 1906. (4)Soochow-Ningpo Railway.

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51 . --507幅. --1907 cont. Volume 220-221. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Soochow-Ningpo Railway (cont.). (2)Kuangsi Railways. (3)Chinkiang hulks. (4)China-Italian Treaty Negotiations. (5)Canton Harbour. (6)Shanghai Municipal Council. (7)Whangpoo Conservancy. (8)Szechuan Railways. (9)Swatow-Chao Chou-fu Railway. (10)Minister's carriage horses, etc.

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52 . --510幅. --1907 cont. Volume 221-222. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Minister's carriage horses, etc. (cont.). (2)Dredging of Grand Canal. (3)Underclothing for the Chinese. (4)War Office map of Yunnan. (5)Proposed tax on exports at Hankow. (6)Peking telegrams of January 9,1907. (7)Telegrams from India regarding Tibet affairs. (8)Opening of new ports in China. (9) War claims dealt with by China Department. (10)Official papers comment to China Association. (11)Chinese students at small arms factory, Enfield. (12)Defense of Indo-China. (13)Meeting of Conseil Supérieur. (14)Repetition to India of telegrams passing between the Foreign Office and the Peking legation. (15)Assistance to be rendered to Dr. Sven Hedin in Tibet. (16)Chinese Newspapers. (17)Mukden. (18)Yuan Shih-kai. (19)Shanghai French concession. (20)Syndicat du Yunnan. (21)Commercial Attaché. (22)Middleton's land at Tongku. (23)Baron von der Goltz. (24)Steel works material required by Kiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai. (25)Russian trade with Chinese Turkestan.

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53 . --503幅. --1907 cont. Volume 222-223. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Russian trade with Chinese Turkestan (cont.). (2)Railway construction in China. (3)Tibet affairs. (4)Proposed opium inquiry. (5)Restrictions on Chinese visiting British colonies. (6)Russian consulates in the Far East. (7)Saddle Island sale. Pages (8)Administration of Shan and Karenni States. (9)Open ports in Manchuria. (10)Veto by His Majesty's Consuls Regulations, 1907. (11)Mongol language. (12)Prince Kung. (13)6018 Chinese Secret Societies. (14)Ching-Han and Pien-Lo Railways. (15)Amoy Harbour Regulations. (16)Szechuan-Hankow Railway. (17)Confucius.

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54 . --518幅. --1907 cont. Volume 223. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Confucius (cont.). (2)Chekiang modern army. (3)Chinese Commercial Treaty. (4)Inquiry into missionary work in China. (5)Indo-China and Yunnan Railway Company. (6)6842 Repair of Ning Po Monument. (7)Morphia importation into China. (8)Currency reform in China. (9)Chinese Viceroys. (10)Tientsin-Chinkiang Railway. (11)Campaign Fran.aise des Mines du Setchuan. (12)Trans-Siberian Railway. (13)China and Japan. (14)Tibet trade regulations. (15)Affairs of the Chumbi Valley. (16)Tibet affairs. (17)Treaty ports in the Far East. (18)Condition of Southern China. (19)Privileges granted by Chinese Customs to Chinese steamers. (20)Proposed sale of arms by Queensland Government. (21)Education in China.

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55 . --502幅. --1907 cont. Volume 223-224. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Education in China (cont.). (2)Foreign capital. (3)Chinese Post Office. (4)Changsha. (5)Nanking wharfage dues. (6)Telegraphs in Manchuria. (7)Chinese Emigrants.

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56 . --692幅. --1907 cont. Volume 224-225. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese Emigrants (cont.). (2)Mr. F.D. Farmer. (3)Proposed journey of Mr. Dixon. (4)A. B. C. Trade Returns, 1906. (5)British Consulate in Shanghai. (6)Chinese Consul for Manchester and Liverpool. (7)Chinese immigration into Newfoundland. (8)Frontier crossing regulations. (9)Burma-China Telegraph Convention. (10)Treaty ports. (11)Tael rate for December quarter. (12)A. B. C. returns of trade and shipping for 1906. (13)Chinese Central Railways. (14)Tientsin-Chinking Railway.

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57 . --475幅. --1907 cont. Volume 225-226. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tientsin-Chinking Railway (cont.). (2)Commercial advertisements not solely in interest of British merchants. (3)Maharaj Kumar of Sikkim's proposal to marry a Japanese lady. (4)Employment of policemen to control traffic. (5)Mongolia. (6)Arms for the Kukangsu Municipal Council. (7)Ch'en Chow Fu murder case, 1902. (8)Feng-Hsin Hsien. (9)Anglo-French Quicksilver and Mining Company. (10)Tibet. (11)Catholic Missionaries. (12)Hankow Railways. (13)British Post Offices in China. (14)Returns of trade and shipping for the Port of Chefoo during 1906. (15)Captain Yang Sutjian, Chinese Army. (16)A. B. C. returns of trade. (17)Wounding of a Tibetan woman by a sepoy. (18) Admission of Japanese to the Anglo-French Railway group in China. (19)A. B. C. trade returns for 1906. (20)French Colonial Railway from Hanoi to Lao-kai. (21)Military report on Province of Hunan. (22) Nanchang case.

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58 . --487幅. --1907 cont. Volume 226-227. China Political. 子目: (1)Nanchang case (cont.). (2)Foreign and colonial trade. (3)Chinese Railway Enterprise. (4)Foodstuffs. (5)Tibet. (6)Chinese Army. (7)Manchuria. (8)Intelligence reports. (9)A. B. C. returns of trade. (10) New Chinese Ministers in London. (11)Patente de Protection. (12)A. B. C. returns of trade for 1906. (13)Superintendent of Foreign Labour Department, S. Africa. (14)Chinese Consuls in Australia and New Zealand. (15)Department communication. (16)A. B. C. returns of trade. (17)6 Tramways in Shanghai. (18)Journey of Mr. Clementi, of the Hong Kong Civil Service, across South China and Yunnan to Burma. (19)Missionaries. (20)Mr. W. S. Davidson. (21)Burma-Northeast frontier. (22)Imperial Railways of North China. (23)Ede's Chekiang Mines. (24)Pritchard Morgan's Szechuan Mines. (25)Shanghai Chinese Municipality.

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59 . --516幅. --1907 cont. Volume 227-228. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Shanghai Chinese Municipality (cont.). (2)Education. (3)Mr. G.W. McKie. (4)Legation Second Constable J. Wright. (5)Development of the Territory of Kiautschau. (6)Mongolian Mountains. (7)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1906. (8)Cadet for Shanghai Police Force. (9)Mr. Bland leave. (10)Chinese cadet instruction in France. (11)Railway agreement between Japan and China. (12)Proposed Technical College, Yünnanfu. (13)Office of Works Estimates, 1907-1908. (14)Chinese Labour in Samoa. (15)Assault committed at Wuchan. (16)Natives of India in the Far East. (17)Journey in Annam. (18)Medhurst. (19)Proposal to send official to Gartok. (20)Shanghai International Exhibition. (21)Mr. Mackinnon. (22)Foochow port regulations. (23)Mongolia. (24)Tibet. (25)China Merchant Steam Navigation Company. (26)Collins dynamite case. (27)Legation Constables' Uniforms. (28)A. B. C. returns of trade for 1906. (29)Tibet affairs. (30)Yunnan.

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60 . --560幅. --1907.Volume 228. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Yunnan (cont.). (2)Yokohama Specie Bank's proposed loan to Viceroy of Winchang. (3)Discount on British and Chinese subsidiary coins. (4)Trip to Hong Kong and Canton. (5)Legal assistance for Wei-Hai-Wei. (6)Royal Asiatic Society. (7)Proposed India-China trade route. (8)Board of Trade Surveyor, Hankow. (9)Mr. F. D. Farmer. (10)Hsiang Shan Hsien. (11)Hankow-Japanese Concession. (12)Mining regulations. (13)Mongolia. (14)Organization of Municipal Police. (15)A. B. C. Trade Returns. (16)Amoy Trade Report. (17)Brevet Major H.A. Micklen, D. S. O., R. E. (18)Letter of introduction to Sir R. Hart. (19)Secret conspiracies and agitations.

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61 . --527幅. --1907 cont. Volume 228-229. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Secret conspiracies and agitations (cont.). (2)Destruction of British and German Mission. (3)Letters of introduction, Hankow. (4)Russian pontoon bridge at Tientsen. (5)Municipal Council at Hankow. (6)Kuikiang Bund frontage. (7)Canton to Nanchiang and Nanchiang to Foochow. (8)Hi: alleged railway enterprise in. (9)Resident in Shanghai and employment in Public Works Department. (10)Trouble between Hindus and Muhammedans at Yarkand. (11)Shanghai Municipal Gaol. (12)Railways in China.

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62 . --517幅. --1907 cont. Volume 229-230. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Railways in China (cont.). (2)Tael rate for March quarter. (3)Chinese customs travelling expenses. (4)Riots in China. (5)treatment of Reverand S. Pollard. (6)Peking-Kalgan Railway. (7)Passport for Tibet. (8)New Chinese Minister to Germany. (9)Newchwang: customs duties collected. (10)Mr. Campbell on nine months leave of absence. (11)Legation Head Writer. (12)British garrison in North China. (13)Storage of petroleum spirits at Shanghai. (14)Peking legation library. (15)Claim of Taku Tug and Lighter Company. (16)Visit of Tashi Lama to India. (17)Surrender of rebels boarding British vessel. (18)Mr. Simpson. (19)Alleged violation of Company's rights.

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63 . --532幅. --1907 cont. Volume 230-231. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Alleged violation of Company's rights (cont.). (2)Acting British Consul Savage at Haihow. (3)Particulars respecting Szechuan. (4)Situation in His Majesty's Service in China. (5)Despatch of two vaccinators to Taklakot. (6)Military report on Cochin, China, and Annam. (7)China and her foreign engagements. (8)Visit of Deputy Commissioner of Almora to Taklakot. (9)Lease of land at Changwangtao to German Government. (10)Visit of M. Kincaid Smith to China and Japan. (11)The Eastern and General Association Ltd. (12)City wall of Peking. (13)French activity in West China. (14)Trade and trade routes between Punjab and Tibet. (15)Damage to telegraph line between Gyentse and Phari. (16)Railway contract obligations to British subjects. (17)Disabilities imposed on Asiatics in South Australia. (18)Chinese Government concessions. (19)Military attaché report. (20)oreign missions in Peking. (21)Annual report on China. (22)Kansu concessions. (23)Railways from Pakhoi to the West River. (24)Native Press. (25)Canton Viceroy's provincial loan. (26)Manchuria. (27)Indian Northwest frontier.

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64 . --515幅. --1907 cont. Volume 231-232. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Indian Northwest frontier (cont.). (2)Request for extradition of a person accused of murder in Tibet. (3)Annual exchange of presents between Hunza and China. (4)Visit of Vickers Sons and Maxim, Ltd. representative to Peking. (5)Visit of Commander in Chief, China, to the Yangtse. (6)Austrian interests in China. (7)Haikuan Tael. (8)Projected railway from Hankow to Ichang. (9)Army manoeuvers. (10)Complaints about newspaper articles on Hong Kong affairs. (11)Mr. G.S. Moss, Chinese Consular Service. (12)Merchant shipping acts. (13)Anhui unrest. (14)Shanghai land regulations. (15)U.S. Naval Attaché in China. (16)Land regulations at Shamien, Canton. (17)Anhui Railway Company. (18)Russian and Japanese interests in Manchuria. (19)Indigo case at Canton. (20)Bush brothers mining concession in Manchuria. (21)Proposed Anglo-Chinese School, Maymyo. (22)Railway borne cargo agreements. (23)Restrictions on sikkim trade by Chinese and Tibetan authorities. (24)Chinese mission to Great Britain to study the government system. (25)Land regulations in Kulangsu. (26)Affairs on the Burma-China frontier. (27)Judicial reform. (28)Chinese associate of British merchant, persecution by the Governor General. (29)Salary of British Minister at Peking. (30)Ownership of land at Shanghai. (31)Anti-dynastic and anti-foreign movement in Kanchow district, south of Kiangsi. (32)Peking-Hankow Railway. (33)Tibetan military students. (34)Requisition for new stamp. (35)Kiangpei Ting Coal and Iron Mining Company Ltd. (36)Weights and measures in China.

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65 . --515幅. --1907 cont. Volume 232-233. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Weights and measures in China (cont.). (2)Native states on Tibetan border. (3)Arrival of Mr. S. Leech. (4)Japanese missions in China. (5)Chinese mission in India. (6)Oriental immigration into Mexico. (7)Major G.F. Menzies. (8)Wireless telegraph in China. (9)Reports of trade agreement at Gartok. (10)German railway concession in China. (11)Peitaiho. (12)Sale of arms for the Chinese Government. (13)Employment on the railways in China. (14)Light-draught gunboats. (15)Chinese communities abroad. (16)British concession at Hankow. (17)Visit to Vladivostock and affairs on the China station. (18)Cost of living, climate, etc. in China. (19)Enquiry as to climate, etc. in China. (20)Tactics to put pressure on China. (21)Restrictions on travel in Yunnan. (22)Recent official changes. (23)Hankow land regulations amendment of 1905. (24)British and Chinese corporation. (25)Dalai Lama. (26)Haikuan Tael exchange rate. (27)Hankow Intelligence report. (28)Burma-Yunnan annual frontier meeting. (29)Additional regulations and the Land Act, 1897. (30)Central Cathay Ltd. (31)French mercantile establishments at Yunnanfu. (32)Permission for Mr. Mitchell Carruthers to enter China from Russian Turkestan. (33)Mr. Loke Yew's return to the East. (34)Carpets, etc. for Minister's house. (35)British steamer improperly fined at Chefoo. (36)Missions in Kueichow. (37)Assualt on Consular officer. (38)Affray at Honam, Canton.

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66 . --234幅. --1907 cont. Volume 233. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Affray at Honam, Canton (cont.). (2)Sir J. McLeavy Brown. (3)Expedition through Russia to Chinese territory. (4)Changpu riot. (5)Opium. (6)Mr. Bruce Hart. (7)Christian Missions in China. (8)Difficulties of copying correspondence at Peking. (9)Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Station. (10)Application for leave. (11)Use of Siberian route for official correspondence. (12)Seditious Publications Ordinance 1907. (13)Sir Robert Hart. (14)Journey from China to London. (15)Occupation of the Chumbi Valley. (16)Captain Fred Grantham. (17)Model Military School at Han-liu-shu. (18)Chang chih-tung. (19)Licensing of motor cars at Hankow. (20)Rice: export of from Hunan to Japan to meet famine. (21)French scientific mission in West China. (22)International Commercial Settlement at Yunnanfu. (23)Affairs in Kueichow Province. (24)Commander-in-Chief of China Station. (25) Anglo-Germans financial assistance to China.

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67 . --639幅. --1907 cont. Volume 382-383.子目: (1)Shanghai riots. (2)Tibet Affairs.

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68 . --242幅. --1907 cont. Volume 383.子目: (1)Shanghai riots.

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69 . --192幅. --1907 cont. Volume 385. Chinese Customs Administration.子目: (1)Administrator General of Chinese customs.

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70 . --696卷(幅). --1907 cont. Volume 386. Attack by Chinese Pirates. 子目: (1)West River Piracy.

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71 . --251卷(幅). --1908 Volume 408. China Political.子目: (1)Evacuation of Chumbi Valley and payment of Tibetan indemnity. (2)Telegraphs in the Far East.

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72 . --474幅. --Volume 408-409. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Telegraphs in the Far East (cont.). (2)Weights and Measures system in China. (3)Chinese Indemnity. (4)Tientsin-Yangtze and Soochow Ningpo Railway agreements.

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73 . --426卷(幅). --1908 cont.Volume 409-410. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tientsin-Yangtze and Soochow Ningpo Railway agreements (cont.). (2)Manchurian Railways.

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74 . --506幅. --1908 cont. Volume 410. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Manchurian Railways (cont.). (2)Dalai Lama's visit to Peking.

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75 . --609幅. --1908 cont. Volume 410-411. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Dalai Lama's visit to Peking (cont.). (2)Fire at Wuchow on September 27,1907. (3)Passport for A.D. Mitchell Carruthers. (4)Captain F. Grantham. (5)Canton Piracy.

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76 . --511幅. --1908 cont. Volume 411-412. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)FO 371, (2)262 Canton Piracy. (3)Official Correspondence between Foreign Office and His Majesty's Legation at Peking. (4)Tibet Trade Negotiations.

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77 . --541幅. --1908 Volume 412-413. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibet Trade Negotiations (cont.). (2)Canton Piracy. (3)Samshui Harbour Regulations. (4)Botanical Expedition to Yunan, Szechuan and Hugeh. (5)Shansi concession. (6)Vancouver Riots Compensation for Chinese. (7)Visit of Governor of Hong Kong to Viceroy of Canton. (8)Gyantse Diary. (9)Tibet Affairs. (10)Mr. A.P. Blunt. (11)Chinese Students in England.

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78 . --709幅. --1908 cont. Volume 413-414. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Students in England (cont.). (2)Kashgar Diary. (3)Postal Agencies at Treaty Ports. (4)Opium License Fee at Canton. (5)Opium in China.

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79 . --542幅. --1908 cont. Volume 414. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium in China (cont.). (2)Salary as Chinese Secretary to the British Legation, Peking. (3)Canton Indigo Case. (4)Commercial situation in Manchuria.

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80 . --658幅. --1908 cont. Volume 415. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Commercial situation in Manchuria (cont.) (2)Huangpoo Conservancy. (3)Military Reports. (4)Szechuan-Hankow Railway. (5)Mining Regulations. (6)Trademarks in China.

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81 . --515幅. --1908 cont. Volume 416. China Political. 子目: (1)Trademarks in China (cont.).

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82 . --614幅. --1908 cont. Volume 417. China Political.子目: (1)Trademarks in China (cont.). (2)Mr. PereyJoly. (3)Manchurian marts. (4)Chientao: China-Japan dispute over ownership. (5)Affairs in Burma-China Frontier.

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83 . --546幅. --1908 cont. Volume 418. China Political. 子目: (1)Proposed sanatorium at Peitaiho. (2)Navigation of Woosung Bar. (3)Foreign troops in North China. (4)Chinese attempts to restrict rights of residence and to levy li-kin in treaty and open ports. (5)Chinese Indemnity. (6)Railways in China. (7)Chinese Engineering and Mining Company's Properties in Province of Pechihli. (8)Movements of Dr. Sven Hedin. (9)Commercial treaty of September 5,1902. (10)French Railway. (11)Tengyueh Railway.

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84 . --314幅. --1908 cont. Volume 418-419. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tengyueh Railway (cont.). (2)Second and third Turfan expedition. (3)His Majesty's Consul General at Canton. (4)Yunnan Burmah boundary. (5)Employment of natives of India in the Far East. (6)Sir R. Hart's successor.

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85 . --411幅. --1908 cont. Volume 419. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Sir R. Hart's successor (cont.). (2)Letters of Introduction to Sir George Murray. (3)Mining rights of Eastern and General Association. (4)Chinese Mining and Engineering Company. (5)Attachment of Mr. Creasy to a Sikh Regiment. (6)Visit to England. (7)Reported immunity of Chinese vessels from coast trade duty. (8)Customs fine on British vessel at Chefoo. (9)Mr. Garnett's journey through Asia. (10)Visit of Chinese Commissioner to Hong Kong. (11)His Majesty's Consul at Ch'ang.sha. (12)His Majesty's Acting Consul General at Ch'eng-tu. (13)Use of Opium in China. (14)Tibet Trade Negotiations. (15)Passports for Western Dependencies of China. (16)Marine Surveyor at Amoy. (17)Canton-Whampoa Railway. (18)Shanghai Riot Indemnity.

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86 . --540幅. --1908 cont. Volume 419-420. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Monthly Summaries. (2)Kiangpeiting Concession. (3)Lu Chǘn. (4)Boxerism at Kanchow. (5)Japanese Instructors for Kan-ngai. (6)Chinese troops in Yunnan. (7)Chinese Midshipmen. (8)Appointment of Chinese Consul at Ava. (9)Mr. J.W. Jamieson's leave. (10)Mr. Wilton's pay. (11)Tibet Affairs. (12)Szechuan Mining Concession.

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87 . --528幅. --Volume 420-421. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Szechuan Mining Concession (cont.). (2)Financial Adviser for Chinese Government. (3)Passport to enter Chinese Territory. (4)Chinese Passport for Lt. Col. C.B. Wood. (5)Report on Kiautschau. (6)Average rate of exchange of Haikuan travel during Quarter ended 31 December 1907. (7)Immigration of Chinese into New Zealand. (8)Regulations for the Port of Tsingtao. (9)Nanchang case. (10)Pollard Case. (11)Chinese Navy. (12)Mountains of North China. (13)Japanese Land Tenure at Antung.

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88 . --464幅. -- 1908 cont. Volume 421-422. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Japanese Land Tenure at Antung (cont.). (2)Antung: Japanese bridge over Yalu. (3)Anglo-French Quicksilver and Mining Company. (4)Expedition of Frederick Gillett to Thian Shan mountains. (5)Chinese rebel leader Sun Wen. (6)Title of Consul for Mr. Macartney. (7)Navigation of the Han Kiang (Yangtze). (8)Kiukiang-Nanchang Railway. (9)Vancouver Riots. (10)United Kingdom-Russia Convention. (11)Proposed tax in Wei-Hai-Wei. (12)Missionary Questions in Interior. (13)Chinese Sub-Lieutenants studying at Royal Naval College, Greenwich. (14)Hankow-Canton Railway.

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89 . --526幅. --1908 cont. Volume 422. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Hankow-Canton Railway. (2)Withdrawal of German troops from China. (3)Regulation of Asiatic Immigration into British Colonies. (4)Telegraph lines connecting Gyantse, Gartok, and Yatung with India.

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90 . --516幅. --1908 cont. Volume 422-423. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Trade marts of Gyantse, Gartok, and Yatung, in Tibet. (2)Peking to Kalgan Railway. (3)Lieutenant Colonel Kozloff's expedition to Central Asia and Western China. (4)Beyer, Peacock and Company's Representative in China. (5)Opium Commission.

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91 . --520幅. --1908 cont. Volume 423-424. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium Commission (cont.). (2)"Extra-Treaty" privileges. (3)Mr. Robertson: departure of. (4)Assaults on Mr. Harding and British sailors. (5)Ichang, neighborhood of. (6)Manchuria: visit to. (7)Cocoon harvest in Southeast Manchuria. (8)Opium monopoly. (9)Manning, opening of. (10)Currency reform. (11)Hanyang Steel Works. (12)Batang-Lhassa Telegraph. (13)Tibetan Frontier Affairs. (14)London and China Syndicate.

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92 . --316幅. --1908 cont. Volume 424-425. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)London and China Syndicate (cont.). (2)German Railway Concessions in Shantung. (3)French Consular Officials and Yunnan authorities. (4)Affairs in Kueichow. (5)Seizure of Japanese steamer laden with arms.

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93 . --494幅. --1908 cont. Volume 425-426. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Seizure of Japanese steamer laden with arms (cont.). (2)Journey from Pingshan to Batang: River Yangtse. (3)Shallow draught craft for Upper Yangtse. (4)Direct communication between government of India and His Majesty's Minister at Peking. (5)Visit to Yangtze ports, Shanghai and Canton. (6)A. B. C. Trade Returns, 1907. (7)Unrest in South China. (8)Strength of China squadron in the Persian Gulf. (9)Shanghai-Nanking Railway. (10)Tibet Affairs. (11)Mr. Dent's property at Macao. (12)Exportation of Arms and Ammunition from Hong Kong. (13)Danger to navigation caused by floating mines in and around Vladivostok Harbour. (14)Duty levied on opium exported from India. (15)Russian railway settlements in Manchuria.

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94 . --504幅. --1908 cont. Volume 426. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Russian railway settlements in Manchuria (cont.). (2)Working mines of China. (3)System of taxation in Chinese Province of New Dominion. (4)Canton-Kowloon Railway.

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95 . --520幅. --1908 cont. Volume 426-427. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Canton-Kowloon Railway (cont.). (2)Amban in Tibet. (3)Russian Minister in Peking. (4)Government property at Shanghai. (5)China Times: Anti-French articles in. (6)Lama Rebellion, 1905. (7)Shameen Land Regulation, 1908. (8)Ownership of land at Shanghai. (9)Opium reports of China Inland missionaries in Yunnan and Kueichow. (10)German action in Manchuria. (11)Report of Commander-in-Chief on China Station. (12)Expenses of Personnel of Austro-Hungarian Legation at Peitaiko. (13)Weihsien-Chefoo Railway. (14)Cutting of telegraph wires in Tibet. (15)Wireless telegraphy installations in Kwangtung. (16)Estate of Khuda Dad Khan Sheikh. (17)Chinese subjects employed on British ships. (18)Need for a British Consul at Harbin. (19)Concessions in Yunan.

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96 . --524幅. --1908 cont. Volume 427. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Concessions in Yunnan. (2)A. B. C. Trade Returns, Antung. (3)A. B. C. Trade Returns, 1907. (4)Construction of War Vessels for Chinese Government. (5)Mail routes. (6)Mr. Seeds arrival. (7)Dr. G. D. Gray's salary. (8)Ch'ang Ch'un-Kirin Railway. (9)Exploitation of forests on the right bank of the Yalu. (10)Relations between China and England. (11)Reintroduction of bamboo as punishment in Shanghai Mixed Court. (12)Yuan Shih Kai. (13)Extension of Burma Railway system into Chienchang Valley. (14)Chinese College for Railway Engineers. (15)Pinus Bungeana seeds. (16) A. B. C. Trade Reports. (17)Purchase of mules in North China. (18)China Indemnity. (19)False indicators of British origin. (20)Newchwang Land Investment Company. (21)Low class China tea. (22)A. B. C. Trade Returns for 1907. (23)A. B. C. Returns of Trade. (24)Kungyik-Sunning-Samkapoi Railway. (25)11097 Attack on Portuguese Mission. (26)Improvement of trade roads from India to Tibet. (27)Tayeh iron mines. (28)Manchurian customs. (29)Japanese policy in China. (30)Disturbances in Chekiang, and piracy in Shanghai. (31)Ssumao trade, 1907. (32)A. B. C. Trade Returns for 1907. (33)Captain E.I.M. Barrett. (34)Importation of safety fuses in China.

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97 . --526幅. --1908 cont. Volume 428. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Importation of safety fuses in China (cont.). (2) A. B. C. Returns of Trade. (3)Appointment as Civil Engineer in Far East. (4)Nepal and China. (5)Possible Annexation of Attol of Pratas. (6)Opium sold by British subjects. (7)Nanpiao Branch Railway. (8)Mr. C.W. Campbell. (9)General report on China. (10)Intelligence report from H.M. Consul General at Chengtu. (11)Mr. Cecil dementi's journey from Russian Turkestan to Kansuh and Szechuan. (12)Purchase by foreigners of land in German Concession. (13)Establishment of secret press bureau in Mukden. (14)Postal situation in Manchuria. (15)Bank of China. (16)Austro-Hungarian interests at Mukden. (17)State of affairs at Anking.

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98 . --428幅. --1908 cont. Volume 429. China Political.子目: (1)Major Menzies, Judicial Assistant to Viceroy, Pechili. (2)Japanese influence in China. (3)Chinese Midshipmen on His Majesty's ships. (4)A. B. C. Returns of Trade, 1907. (5)Reorganization of Chinese Fleet. (6)Postal exchange between Burma and China via Kengtung and Ssumao. (7)A. B. C. Trade Returns, 1907. (8) A. B. C. Returns of Trade and Shipping for 1907. (9)Restrictions against the admission of British subjects to Russian Turkestan. (10)Chefoo sanitary regulations. (11)Hong Kong seditious publications ordinance. (12)Conditions of Chinese in Canada. (13)Report on visit to Soochow, Hangchow, Ningpo. (14)Annual meetings on Burma-China frontier. (15)Proposal of Chinese Government to land military force at Voncan, near Macao.

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99 . --493幅. --1908 00111. Volume 429. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Proposal of Chinese Government to land military force at Voncan, near Macao (cont.). (2)Wang Tahsieh's mission to United Kingdom. (3)Employment on Chinese Railways. (4)Japanese policy in China. (5)Rice growing in China. (6)Harbin-Kuanchingtzu Railway. (7)Tael rate for March quarter. (8)Mining in Manchuria. (9)Policy of exclusion in Manchuria. (10)Restriction of Immigration into Australia. (11)Affairs in Far East. (12)Occupation of Port Hamilton. (13)Rifles for Shanghai volunteers. (14)Japanese population in Manchuria. (15)Fushun coal mines. (16)Chinese diplomatic moves. (17)"Customs Gazette," Oct. to Dec. 1907. (18)Arrival of Italian, Swedish and Portuguese Ministers. (19)Rising in Southeast Yunnan. (20)Tibetan affairs. (21)Military report on Province of Anhui. (22) Visit of Chinese Commissioners to Calcutta. (23)War vessels for Chinese Government. (24)British Engineers in China. (25)Summer clothing allowance to legation gatekeeper. (26)War vessels for Chinese Government. (27)Shanghai-Ningpo railway loan.

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100 . --563幅. --1908 cont. Volume 430-431. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Shanghai-Ningpo railway loan (cont.). (2)Railway construction in French Indo-China. (3)Mr. Addison's arrival in Peking. (4)Haiho Conservancy Commission. (5)Recovery of debts in Chinese Turkestan. (6)Affairs in China and Tibet. (7)Report from Commander-in-Chief, China Station. (8)Alleged injustice to certain Chinese in Canada. (9)Shanghai Municipal Council. (10)Chinese Consular representation in Canada. (11)Immigration of Chinese into Canada. (12)Rest houses in Tibet. (13) Attack on French soldiers on frontier northeast of Lao Kai. (14)Recent disturbances in Annam. (15)Disturbances involving British municipal police and Chinese police at Shanghai settlement.

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101 . --467幅. --1908 cont. Volume 431. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Disturbances involving British municipal police and Chinese police at Shanghai settlement (cont.). (2)Chino-Japanese relations and the boycott policy. (3)Journey from Antung to Maoerhshan. (4)Fishing disputes between China and Japan. (5)Mr. Gamett's departure for Europe. (6)Journey in Manchuria. (7)Roman Catholic clergy in China. (8)China-Portugal treaty, 1904. (9)Yunnan intelligence report. (10)Coal area of Yunnanfu. (11)Consumption of opium in the Netherland East Indies. (12)Arms for British communities in China. (13)Kwan Yu Wei: former Chinese revolutionary. (14)Foreign loans to Chinese provincial authorities. (15)Inland taxation on foreign goods. (16)Shanghai Municipal Police. (17)Tour of the Maharaj Kumar of Sikkim in America and Far East. (18)Expedition to Ssuchuan and Yunnan. (19)Maps. (20)Poyang Lake navigation. (21)Case of Yang Hung-li. (22)Railways in Kuangtung. (23)Tibetan affairs. (24)India and Tibet trade development. (25)British Consular agent at Pagoda Anchorage. (26)Turkish interests in China. (27)Tashi Lama. (28)Tibetan affairs. (29)Departure of Japanese Minister. (30)Newchwang Chamber of Commerce and Japanese. (31)Journey in Central China.

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102 . --518幅. --1908 cont. Volume 432-433. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Journey in Central China (cont.). (2)Chinese Eastern Railway. (3)New Russian Ministers. (4)Tibet trade regulations. (5)King's regulations under China and Corea Orders-in-Council. (6)Chinese Emergency Committee. (7)Reorganization of Chinese Navy. (8)Transfer of land to American Mission at Hankow. (9)Importation of arms and ammunition into China. (10)Sergeant-Major C. Berkeley Mitchell. (11)Suppression of Opium traffic in Canada. (12)Proceedings of His Majesty's ships on China Station. (13)Officers sent to Tibet via India by new Resident for Tibet. (14)Chinese political offenders. (15)Distribution of printed copies of "Affairs of China," "CHirià Railways," and "China Trade" series. (16) Annual draft for German forces in North China. (17)Surveying in China. (18)Captain J.T. Ford appointment to Shanghai Municipal Council. (19)Distribution of report on Foreign Trade of China for 1907. (20)Endowment for the School of Chinese. (21)Facilities for Mr. Kwai Kwang Tien. (22)Japanese military guards on Antung-Mukden Railway. (23)Shansi Railway. (24)China Station. (25)Szechuan Railway. (26)Mr. Leech, leave of absence. (27)Chinese Turkestan. (28)Mengtze trade report. (29)Haikuan tael rate. (30)Weihaiwei reports. (31)Chinese consular representation in Indo-China. (32)Railway development in Manchuria. (33)Judicial reforms. (34)Loan to Board of Communications. (35)Advisor to Board of Communications. (36)Journey from Yunnanfu to Burma. (37)American prostitutes in Hong Kong. (38)Appointment of Monsieur Klobukowski to be Governor-General of Indo-China. (39)Chinese consular service in United Kingdom. (40)Acting Consul General Ker. (41)Chinese student and naval volunteer training. (42)Tibetan troubles in the Batang district. (43)A. B. C. returns of trade for Shanghai, 1907. (44)British sphere of influence in China. (45)Mr. Martin Fortris, French delegate to the International Congress of Orientalists. (46)Chang Jung-hsien's Amoy Canton Railway concession. (47)Report on the Peking police force. (48)Taku Tug and Lighter Company's ships. (49)Honanfu-Hsianfu Railway. (50)Shanghai municipal bye laws. (51)Report on Manchuria.

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103 . --507幅. --1908 cont. Volume 433-424. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Report on Manchuria (cont.). (2)Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs. (3)Tzu Cheng Yuan, or Senate Constitutional reform. (4)Chinese Shan States. (5)Collection of Customs Duties in Kashgeria. (6)Situation in Manchuria. (7)British trade agency at Yatung. (8)Chinese Consul in London. (9)Land regulations for open marts in Fengtien. (10)Mr. Buchanan's tour. (11)Maps. (12)Tong Shoa-yi's mission to the United States. (13)Chin Chow Fu-Tao Nan Fu Railway. (14)Military attaché at Peking. (15)Tibet and India's northeast frontier relations. (16)Proceedings of His Majesty's ships on West River and Upper Yangtze. (17)Port at Vladivostok. (18)Annual report of Gyantse Trade Agency. (19)Gyantse and Yatung trade report. (20)Shanghai police. (21)His Majesty's Consular Officers of China. (22)Kiaochau. (23)Alleged libellous attacks on Judge Wilfley of U.S. Consular Court in China. (24)Importationof arms and ammunition. (25)Disturbances at Pharijong. (26)Yunnan affairs. (27)Shanghai Volunteers. (28)Chi Shui River. (29)Morphia. (30)Purchase of carriage for Chinese Secretary. (31)Fixing of telegraphic longitudes by staff of North China Command. (32)Arrest by Japanese on Chinese soil. (33)Fire at the German Legation military barracks. (34)Railway development.

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104 . --548幅. --1908 cont. Volume 434-435. China Political (cont).子目: (1)Railway development (cont.). (2)Handbook of military forces in China. (3)Mr. Kinder's resignation and various dismissals. (4)Seizure of arms. (5)Report on Harbin. (6)Hong Kong and Chinese telegraphs. (7)Affairs on Yangtze and West Rivers. (8)Letter of introduction for H. W. Lake. (9)Hungshan coal. (10)Lohit (Zeyul) Valley. (11)Military Attaché at Peking. (12)Tour in Manchuria and North China. (13)Mackay Treaty. (14)Chinese Army. (15)Survey work of military attaché in Anhui. (16)File Missing. (17)Universal Peace. (18)Telegraph Convention-Russia and China, 1907. (19)Tibet trade reports. (20)Letter of introduction to Shanghai. (21)Appointment of Chinese Consul at Hong Kong. (22)American battleship squadron. (23)Emperor's health. (24)Expedition across Chinese Turkestan. (25)Chinese sugar. (26)Haikuan tael rate. (27)Military report on province of Fu-chien. (28)Chinese troops in Manchuria. (29)Arrests irregularly made by Chinese authorities on British ships at Foochow. (30)Export of wheat from Manchuria. (31)Chinese Minister to Germany. (32)Yellow labour in Canada. (33)Tibetan affairs. (34)Military report on Kiaochau. (35)Death of Emperor and Empress Dowager. (36)Cashmere and camel's hair. (37)Mr. Meyer's expedition in Turkestan. (38)Commercial situation at Harbin. (39)Visit of Admiral Lambton and audience at Summer Palace. (40)Medical practice in Shanghai. (41)British settlements and concessions at open ports.

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105 . --424幅. --1908 cont. Volume 435. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British settlements and concessions at open ports. (2)Facilities for Mr. Tung Cheng Ling. (3)Training of Chinese for Navy. (4)Handling of foreign office mail bag. (5)Chinese Consuls in French Indo-China. (6)Printed correspondence regarding opium. (7)Facilities at Sydney and Wellington. (8)Antung intelligence report. (9)Kiao-chau Wharf and Godown Ordinance. (10)Chinese revenue. (11)Tsingtau-Chinan Railway. (12)Opposition to house tax at Mukden. (13)Interpreters. (14)U.S. Capital in Chinese railways. (15)General letters from Commander-in-Chief, China Station. (16)Butterfield and Swire's wool case (claim against Chinese Government). (17)U.S. and China negotiations. (18)Weihaiwei visit. (19)Anglo-German Treaty of 1900 guaranteeing integrity of China. (20)U.S. Legation at Peking. (21)Affairs at Changsha. (22)Railways in Manchuria. (23)Mutiny at Anching. (24)List of the higher metropolitan and provincial authorities of China. (25)Second division of the Lu-chun. (26)Military schools in China. (27)Huskless oat. (28)Maps for conducting telegraph system. (29)Diplomatic quarter at Peking. (30)Chinese tariff and likin. (31)Trade and open door in Manchuria. Pages (32)Unrestricted issue of dollar notes by China banks. (33)Railways in China.

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1 . --520幅. --1909; Volume 612. China Political.子目: (1)Shanghai Municipal Police regulations. (2)Chinese indemnity. (3)Hsinmintun-Mukden and Kilin-Changchun Railways. (4)Trade and industries of North Manchuria. (5) Affairs of China. (6)Importation of morphia into China. (7)Chinese currency and financial reform. (8)Dismissal of Yuan Shih-kai.

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2 . --576幅. --1909 cont. Volume 613. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Anti-foreign agitation at Canton, "Fatshan" incident, and Macao boundary dispute.

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3 . --634幅. --1909 cont. Volume 614. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1) Anti-foreign agitation at Canton, "Fatshan" incident, and Macao boundary dispute (cont.). (2) Opium in China, International Opium Commission at Shanghai, and restrictions on sales of opium in China.

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4 . --589幅. --1909 cont. Volume 615. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium in China, International Opium Commission at Shanghai, and restrictions on sales of opium in China (cont.).

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5 . --630幅. --1909 cont. Volume 616. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium in China, International Opium Commission at Shanghai, and restrictions on sales of opium in China (cont.).

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6 . --472幅. --1909 cont. Volume 617. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese immigration into New Zealand. (2)Extension of H.M. Legation China summer quarters. (3)Atoll of Pratas. (4)Insurrection at Chennan-chou: (Yunnan). (5)Shanghai settlement's extension. (6)Kashgar (Chinese Turkestan) Diary. (7)Tibetan affairs.

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7 . --407幅. --1909 cont. Volume 618. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Gyantse (Tibet) and Yatung (Tibet) Diaries. (2)Affairs on and beyond North-West Frontier of India. (3)North-East Frontier of India and Burma. (4)Murder of Mr. Brooke in Lololand (Szechuan).

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8 . --600幅. --1909 cont. Volume 619. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Kiaochau (German colony in Shantung Province). (2)Railways in China. (3)Commercial Treaty of September 5,1902. (4)Tibet trade regulations. (5)Canton piracy and launch registration. (6)Peking Syndicate. (7)Far Eastern affairs. (8)The Dalai Lama. (9)Whangpoo Conservancy Board. (10)Lieutenant Colonel Bruce, head of the police of the International Concession Shanghai. (11)Telegraph lines in Manchuria and Sino-Japanese telegraph agreements.

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9 . --449幅. --1909 cont. Volume 620. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)British and American Tobacco Company. (2)Map of China. (3)Breaches of Lhasa Convention by Tibetans. (4)Rest houses in Tibet. (5)Disturbances in Phari (Bhutan-Tibet border). (6)Mr. Muir's journey through Tibetan marches [border lands] of Szechuan and Nepalese mission to China. (7)Tong Shao-yi's special mission regarding financial and naval information. (8)Travel in Afghanistan. (9)Importation of arms and ammunition for the use of the Chinese Army. (10)Report on the Chinese Army. (11)Yalu Timber Company. (12)Burma-China frontier. (13)American fleet's visit to Amoy. (14)Shanghai-Ningpo Railway.

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10 . --673幅. --1909 cont. Volume 621. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Situation at Harbin (Russian and Japanese railway settlements in Manchuria). (2)Tibet trade regulations. (3)Mr. W. Purdom to collect plants in North China. (4)Canton Intelligence Report (political, communications, and commercial). (5)Shanghai-Nanking Railway. (6)Fushun coal mines. (7)Telegraph administration in Hong Kong Leased Territory.

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11 . --537幅. --1909 cont. Volume 622. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Railway loans in China (Canton-Hankow Railway in particular).

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12 . --498幅. --1909 cont. Volume 623. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Railway loans in China (Canton-Hankow Railway in particular) (cont.).

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13 . --492幅. --1909 cont. Volume 624. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Railway loans in China (cont.).

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14 . --485幅. --1909 cont. Volume 625. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Railway loans in China (cont.).

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15 . --523幅. --1909 cont. Volume 626. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Railway loans in China (cont.). (2)Kiangpei Mining Concession (Szechuan). (3)Chinese consular representatives at Rangoon and in Canada.

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16 . --440幅. --1909. Volume 627. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British training of Chinese naval personnel. (2)Copyright in China. (3)Anhui Mining Concession.

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17 . --441幅. --1909 cont. Volume 628. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Anhui Mining Concession (cont.). (2)Chinese immigration into Canada. (3)Foreign concessions and settlements in treaty ports of China. (4)Maharaja of Mysore's visit to China. (5)Mr. O'Shea's imprisonment for libel against U.S. judge at Shanghai. (6)Conservancy of Liao River. (7)British concession at Shanghai.

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18 . --477幅. --1909 cont. Volume 629. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese affairs. Reports on activities of British naval vessels in Chinese waters. (2)Peking diplomatic bags. (3)Concession settlements in China and jurisdiction in British and German concessions in China. (4)Chefoo-Weihsien Railway. (5)Visit of Maharaja Kumar of Sikkim to China. (6)Treaty between Sweden and China. (7)Maneuvers of the Chinese Army. (8)Hsinmintun-Fakumen Railway. (9)Chinese loans. (10)German protectorate of Kiaochow. (11)South Manchurian Railway Company.

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19 . --617幅. --1909 cont. Volume 630. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Antung-Mukden Railway. (2)Haikuan tael rate. (3)Customs facilities for Mr. Tung-Cheng Ling. (4)Chinese tariff and likin. (5)Anti-German agitation in Shantung. (6)Military Attaché to H.M. Legation at Peking. (7)Exclusion of American prostitutes from Hong Kong. (8)Burma-Yunnan Railway proposals. (9)Chinese Engineering & Mining Co., and the Kaiping Coal Basin Concession.

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20 . --629幅. --1909 cont. Volume 631. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Journey through Mongolia. (2)Chinese finances. (3)Foreign troops in North China. (4)Wei-hai-Wei. (5)Rebel outbreak at Angking. (6)Sir R. Hart's successor at Chinese Customs.

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21 . --690幅. --1909 cont. Volume 632. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Pukow-Sinyang Railway. (2)Chianfu Intelligence Reports (political, commercial). (3)Tientsin-Pukow Railway. (4)Chengtu Intelligence Report (political, commercial, the anti-opium movement, Tibet). (5)American agriculture experts in Manchuria and reports on Manchurian agriculture. (6)Dr. Sven Hedin: Private conversation with his views on British and Russian expeditions to Tibet. (7)Board of Trade surveyors at Tientsin. (8)Anhui Railways. (9)A. B. C. Trade Returns, Antung. (10)Szechuan Mining Concession dispute.

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22 . --428幅. --1909 cont. Volume 633. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Mining concessions in Tung Hua and Huai Jen districts in Manchuria. (2)Seizure of British steamer "Tai On." (3)Kiukiang-Nanchang, Canton-Hankow, Anhui Railways. (4)Communal government in China. (5)Maj. Mockler's shooting expedition in the Pamirs. (6)Postal communication between China and Tibet. (7)Chang Yin Tang reported Commissioner for International Affairs in Tibet. (8)Emperor's creation of Military Advisory Board to reorganize Chinese Army and Navy. (9)Mr. Pearson's journey from Pakhoi to Nanning Fu. (10)Superintendent of Police at Amoy, recognition in Army List. (11)Weighing scale for coal for Peking Legation. (12)Protests against appointment of Mr. Forster as Chinese Consul General in London and imposition of consular invoice system. (13)Chinese naval construction loan and proposals for joint shipbuilding establishment. (14)Climactic conditions on the Chinese coast.

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23 . --523幅. --1909 cont. Volume 634. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Canton-Kowloon Railway, progress of construction and arrest of chief accountant for embezzlement. (2)Summary of current events: governmental and constitutional reforms, foreign relations. (3)Yunnanfu Intelligence Reports: Political, commercial, Chinese Army; Chinese and foreign officials, reform. (4)Inquiry concerning Eastern & General Syndicate Concessions. (5)Appointment of Vice-Consul at Harbin. (6)Article on the poppy and translation. (7)South Manchurian Railway Company. (8)Tabulated statement on the Lu-chun [Army]. (9)Westernization of Tientsin and reform movement in Canton. (10)Departure of French Minister in Peking. (11)Peking Syndicate coal mines in Honan. (12)Prince Regent's contribution to the Messina Earthquake Relief Fund. (13)Hai-ho Conservancy Scheme of 1908, Commission Report. (14)Imperial Railways of North China. (15)Agreement of French and Belgian companies to combine on railway and other public works in China. (16)Immigration into Australia: Australian Act of 1908 restricting immigration. (17)Map and handbook of Fuchien Province with suggested corrections. (18)Chinese reforms. (19)Mr. Dorjieff's audience with the Emperor. (20)Increase of Chinese power in Mongolia. (21)Transliteration of Chinese place names. (22)British decoration for Rear Admiral C. P. Sah. (23)Yunnan Railway construction loan and Indo-China railways. (24)Jonkheer Beelaerts van Blokland appointed as Netherlands Minister at Peking. (25)Colonel Kozloff's expedition to the Kokonor region and meetings with the Dalai Lama. (26)Chinese Postal Administration. (27)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Kiungchow. (28)Trade in cashmere and camels' hair. (29)Wang Tahsieh: Concludes mission studying British constitutional methods of government. (30)Bubonic plague in Swatow district. (31)Appointment of Mr. Ker as Commercial Attaché in China. (32)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Tientsin.

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24 . --471幅. --1909 cont. Volume 635. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Manchurian negotiations between Japan and China and resulting agreement. (2)Military Reports (Army; Peking police; changes in Lu-chun Pu [Board of War]). (3)Postal affairs in Manchuria. (4)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Kiukiang. (5)Reported Russian mission to Tibet. (6)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Canton. (7)Trade through Kulu with Tibet. (8)Letter of introduction for representatives of Seebohm & Dieckstahl in China. (9)Dismissal of Ch'en-Pi as president of Board of Communications. (10)Proposed return to old methods of education and establishment of Frontier Service School. (11)Kang Yu Wei: Possible exclusion from Australia. (12)South Manchurian Railway contracts. (13)French possessions in the Far East. (14)Colonel Kozloff's expedition: Thanks from Royal Geographical Society to Russian Legation. (15)Extraterritoriality in China. (16)Dr. Stein's exploration in Chinese Turkestan and West China. (17)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Amoy. (18)Commercial attachés in the Far East: Outfit allowances. (19)Loan for cotton mill in Turfan. (20)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Ningpo. (21)Railway expansion in northwest China. (22)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1908, Pakhoi. (23)Departure of Hsi Liang, ex-Governor General of Yunnan and Kueichou. (24)Departure of Kao-erh-chi'en, Administrator of Foreign Affairs for Yunnan. (25)Admonition of the Kangai Sawbwa. (26)Authorized salute for Chinese Admiral in Charge of West River Gunboats and Forces and to Commanders-in-Chief of Chinese troops in Kuangtung and Kuangsi. (27)Peking Syndicate Honan Mines: Complaint of the selling of coal. (28)Strategical and tactical notes on Chihli. (29)Plague reports, Amoy. (30)Floating mines in Far East. (31)Army status of Captain W. R. M. D. Parr, Customs Senice Commissioner, China.

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25 . --515幅. --1909 cont. Volume 636. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinchow-Taonanfu Railway and extensions to Tsitsihar and Aigun: Involvement of United States, Great Britain, Japan, and Russia. (2)Indian Government proposal that Britain assume control of Bhutan's external affairs through secret treaty, in view of Chinese actions in Tibet and claim to Bhutan. (3)Professor Giles's Chinese-English dictionary: Payment and completion issues. (4)Direct communication between Governor of Hong Kong and His Majesty's Ambassadors at Tokyo and Peking. (5)Collection of duty at Yatung (Tibet) by Chinese Commissioner of Customs, and Tibetan monopolies. (6)Application of Norwegian doctor to enter Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs Service. (7)Mr. Harding's journey to Kueilin. (8)Political situation at Peking: Weakening of central government and increased Manchu-Chinese tension. (9)Chinese Telegraph Administration: Re-erection of land-lines and reopening of offices.

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26 . --496幅. --1909 cont. Volume 637. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Passports for subjects of non-treaty powers travelling in China and leasing of property by foreign powers. (2)British concession leases at treaty ports. (3)Chinese Northern Railway: Retirement and replacement of chief engineer. (4)General Port Regulations of 1902: Decision to repeal. (5)Request for loan by M. LaPointe to return from France to duties in Imperial Chinese Maritime Customs Service. (6)Exportation of game from China. (7)Appointment of Major Menzies to Paoshan District Police Department. (8)Anti-British articles in newspapers edited by the Chinese Amban at Lhasa. (9)General Report on China: Political situation, relations with Great Britain, relations with other independent states, constitutional reform, trade and shipping, native press, education, Army. (10)Claim of Mr. Dent for property damaged at Macao. (11)Opium smuggling from China to Singapore and German shipping.

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27 . --516幅. --1909 cont. Volume 638. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Hai-ho Conservancy Commission: Appointment of two engineers. (2)Shanghai Volunteer Corps: Rank of Commandant. (3)Nepal, Tibet, and China: Possibility of subordination of Nepal to Indian Government in dealings with China. (4)Recovery of debts incurred in Hong Kong by natives of China who abscond to the mainland. (5)Visit of Mr. F. Anderson to Peking: Memoranda on currency, tariffs, and other commercial issues. (6)Appointment of Chinese Consuls, Vice-Consuls at British ports. (7)Installation of wireless telegraphy by proprietors of Palace Hotel at Shanghai. (8)Agitation by missionaries against cigarette smoking. (9)Export of grain from Manchuria. (10)Journey to Tengyueh: Activities of Japanese in Kangai. (11)Kung Yik and the Sunning Railway. (12)Restrictions imposed upon trade of the Gharwal Bhutias by Tibetan officials. (13)Anti-Boxer officials: List of posthumous honours. (14)Chinkiang launches (disposal of ashes) and King's Regulations. (15)Chinese weights and measures: Uniform standards to be introduced based on British and French patterns. (16)Heads of Missions in Peking: Reports. (17)Tientsin Intelligence Report for March Quarter: Political, commercial, relations with Chinese officials, movements of officials. (18)Concession to work gold mine near Jehol. (19)Increase in allowance to Chinese Government Residents in Tibet. (20)Kueilin-Chuanchou Railway. (21)Customs examination shed at Amoy. (22)Position of British in China. (23)Railway expansion in northwest China.

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28 . --566幅. --1909 cont. Volume 639. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)British Postal Agencies in China. (2)Official mail bags for use of Legations. (3)Rice growing in China. (4)Murder of Hazrat Ali of Indian Survey Department near Lanchou. (5)Reports on mineral resources of Yunnan Province. (6)Uniform for Legation physician. (7)Bubonic plague reports. (8)Anti-Chinese demonstrations in Peru. (9)Relations between Tibetan Government and the Tashi Lama. (10)Food supply for Legation staff and refugees in event of a[n] [up]rising. (11)Tibet affairs. (12)Export of frozen pigs from China. (13)Yunnan Railway. (14)Hong Kong leased territories. (15)Military report on Province of Chihli, 1908. (16)Japanese in Kangai. (17)Military report on the Province of Fukien: Chapter IV, Defences 1905. (18)Importation of carbide of calcium into Hankow. (19)Antung Intelligence Report for March quarter (Political, relations with officials, movements of officials, commercial, table of imports and exports). (20)Weighing tax on pigs' bristles and other products.

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29 . --555幅. --1909 cont. Volume 640. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Newchang Land Investment Company claim against Japanese Government. (2)Appointment of Yang Shu as Chinese Minister at Brussels. (3)Arrival of Mr. Max Müller. (4)Export of soya beans from Manchuria. (5)Annual Report for 1908-9 of British Trade Agency at Gyantse. (6)Australian Immigration Restriction Acts 1901-8. (7)Yunnanfu-Szechùan and Yunnanfu-Tengyueh Railways. (8)Sale of cigarettes and tobacco in Yunnan: French duties on British and American tobacco. (9)President Taft's views on China and appointment of American Minister to China. (10)Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Chinese language study scheme. (11)Attack by dacoits on Siamese villages near Burma frontier. (12)Railways in Manchuria: Conversation with Japanese Ambassador. (13)Military Attache's application for leave of absence. (14)Letter of introduction for Mr. K.L. Kirk to British Consuls at Harbin, Dalny, and Vladivostock. (15)Shanghai: Climate and cost of living query. (16)Addition of two cruisers to Chinese Southern Squadron. (17)Reuter's telegraph agency in North China. (18)Expenses in connection with funeral of late Emperor. (19)Postal administration in United Kingdom: Hsu Yao Ling to study General Post Office Edinburgh. (20)Sino-French agreement on Indo-Chinese frontier. (21)International settlement at Newchwang: Commercial rivalry with Dalny. (22)Hanyang Iron Works. (23)Naval station at Chu Hua. (24)Commercial crisis at Tientsin. (25)Political situation: Deterioration of administration under the Regent and Manchu ascendency in the capital. (26)Manchurian administration: Policies of new Viceroy. (27)A. B. C. Returns for 1908, Foochow. (28)Chefoo cholera outbreak. (29)Visit of H. M. S. Sandpiperto Nanning. (30)Russian policy in Mongolia. (31)Chinese immigration into New Zealand. (32)British policy in China. Page 381. (33)Military report on Yunnan. (34)Affairs in Burma, North East Frontier, and Arabia: June, September-November 1909. (35)Provisional Sungari River Trade Regulations. (36)Rifles for H.M. Consul at Swatow. (37)Letter of introduction for representative of Kynock, Ltd. (38)Departure of American Minister in Peking. (39)Admiral Li Chun's visit to the Paracel Islands. (40)Immigration of Chinese coolies from Hong Kong to Samoa. (41)British and Chinese Corporation Agent in China.

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30 . --603幅. --1909 cont. Volume 641. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Transfer of rifles from Chinkiang Consulate to Chinkiang Municipal Council. (2)Trade Reports.Manchuria and Shantung; Mukden; Soya Bean Report. (3)New South Wales Factory Act: Limiting of hours of work of Asiatics. (4)Hongkong University: Chinese Government contribution. (5)Recruiting for Chinese Police in India. (6)Anglo-French Quicksilver and Mining Concession in China. (7)India Office Trans-Frontier Journal. (8)Chinese affairs: Report of Mr. E. S. Little of Shanghai. (9)Board of Trade requests list of treaty ports in Far East. (10)Boxer outbreak, 1900: Remission of Ch'in Hsi-Kuei sentence. (11)Parliamentary question on loans for Chinese railways. (12)Chinese passport request from Mr. E. H. Broadbent. (13)Military Attaché reports on troops at Jehol. (14)Requisition for Chinese Correspondence Register. (15)Proposed introduction of Chinese rupee coinage. (16)Manual of transcription of Chinese sounds. (17)Canton-Macao Railway. (18)A. B. C. Returns of Trade, Shanghai. (19)Tibetan affairs: Newsletters from Nepalese representative at Lhasa. (20)Tibet tour diary of C.A. Bell, July 1909. (21)Smuggling of Chinamen into United States from Jamaica. (22)Affairs in Tonkin: French campaign against Pirate De-Tham and other unrest. (23)Loan to Hankow Viceroy by Hongkong & Shanghai Bank. (24)Departure of Canton Viceroy. (25)Plague, cholera, and yellow fever: Reports from Swatow, Kiungchow, and Canton. (26)Telegraph communication between India and China via Bhamo. (27)Parliamentary question on cost of Peking Syndicate Railways to Chinese Government. (28)Parliamentary question on corruption in Chinese railway concessions. (29)Right of H.M. ships to navigate inland waters in China: Gunboats at Chiating in Szechuan. (30)Erection of oil tanks at Wuchow by Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company. (31)Wireless telegraphy at Hoihow. (32)China Association Report of 1908-9. (33)Rifles for Shanghai Volunteers. (34)Mr. A.G. Blake to visit Manchuria. (35)Reports from H. M. river gunboats in China. (36)Nanpiao Mines cases. (37)Kirin-Changchun and Hsinmintun-Mukden Railway Loans. (38)Chang Yin T'ang. (39)Yunnan-Ssuch'uan Railway. (40)Payment of indemnity by Yunnan Railway Board to Swiss engineer. (41)Erection of official buildings upon the consular site at Yunnanfu. (42)Legislation regarding specific duties on spirits at Hongkong. (43)Killing of native Chinese at Kiukiang by English police inspector: Parliamentary question and anti-British boycott. (44) Parliamentary question on anti-Japanese and anti-British boycotts. (45)British and foreign influence in China and scheme for formation of national bank in China.

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31 . --515幅. --1909 cont. Volume 642. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Naval Commission to Europe and other naval affairs. (2)Cholera at Kiukiang. (3)Chinese Railway Loans: British & Chinese Corporation and Pauling & Co. (4)Smuggling of Japanese goods into Manchuria through Kwantung Leased Territory. (5)Parliamentary question regarding German involvement in Hongkong and Shanghai Bank. (6)Visit of American warships to Wei-hai-wei. (7)China Association: Need for reforms in Chinese financial system, concerns over British position in China, trade in north China. (8)Erection of equipment or tannery works at Tientsin. (9)Export of beans from Manchuria. (10)Affairs of Nepal and Tibet: Increase in Chinese troops in Lhasa and Chinese effort to obtain arms from Nepal. (11)Importation of writing pens into China and Japan. (12)Peking-Kalgan Railway. (13)Names of grasses grown in Canton district. (14)Chinese Postal Service. (15)Death of Chang Chih-tung and appointment of his successor on the Grand Council. (16)Peking Legation water supply. (17)Huntley & Palmer Ltd.'s business in China. (18)Parliamentary question concerning Chinese coinage circulation in Hong Kong. (19)Parliamentary question concerning German, Russian, and Japanese involvement in China. (20)Sino-Tibetan relations. (21)Death of Chang Chih-tung and revival in Hunan and Hupei of agitation against Hukwang loan. (22)Boycott of Japanese goods in Manchuria in retaliation for Japanese action re Antung-Mukden Railway. (23)Mission work in China: Passports for missionaries. (24)Pilgrimage of Russian Buddhist to Dalai Lama. (25)Drilled troops in Yunnan. (26)Visits of Ex-Viceroy and new Viceroy of Canton and new Tartar General to Hong Kong. (27)Travelling in Tibet. (28)Chinese troops in Tibet. (29)Rifle chests issued to posts in China. (30)Postage and other stamps for Chinese Customs. (31)Afforestation, irrigation, and agriculture in Shantung'Province. (32)Establishment of woolen factory near Peking. (33)Importation of explosives into China. (34)M. Kokowtsoff's visit to the Far East. (35)Fire in the Legation accountant's office. (36)Chinese troops in Manchuria.

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32 . --214幅. --1909 cont. Volume 643. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Outbreak of bubonic plague at Hankow. (2)Amalgamation of Siberia Commercial Bank and Russo-Chinese Bank. (3)Manchurian loan. (4)Naturalized British subject of Chinese origin seeks Foreign Office assistance for travel to America. (5)Independent Lololand: Map and report. (6)Chinese railways: Request for information. (7)Letter of introduction for Mr. H. P. King, Chinese representative of John Brown & Co. (8)Business with Cantonese firm: Question concerning bona fides. (9)Dismissal of Tuan Fang, Chihli Viceroy. (10)Boxer indemnity money. (11)Commercial conditions in north Manchuria. (12)South Manchurian Railway. (13)William Beardmore & Co. naval construction works. (14)Opening of new customs houses at Harbin, Sansing, Lahasusu, and Aigun in Manchuria. (15)Mr. Chirol's speech at China Association dinner. (16)Yunnan Provincial Assembly. (17)Cost of living in Manchuria: Request for information. (18)Syndicat du Yunnan. (19)Letters of introduction for Mr. J. A. Steven.

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33 . --462幅. --1910 Volume 842. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinchow-Aigun and other Manchurian railways.

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34 . --366幅. --1910 cont. Volume 843. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinchow-Aigun and other Manchurian railways (cont.). (2)Chinese Naval Mission to Europe. (3)Chinese Engineering and Mining Co. and Lanchow Mining Co. affairs.

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35 . --443幅. --1910 cont. Volume 844. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese Engineering and Mining Co. and Lanchow Mining Co. affairs (cont.).

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36 . --534幅. --1910 cont. Volume 845. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Boxer indemnity and proposal to apply surplus to education of Chinese students in Britain. (2)Harbin and other Russian railway settlements in Manchuria: Issues involving non-Russian residents. (3)Chinese Army. (4)Macao: Boundary negotiations between China and Portugal and anti-pirate operations. (5)Tientsin-Pukow Railway and supplementary loan.

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37 . --572幅. --1910 cont. Volume 846. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium traffic: Importation, regulation, efforts to reduce or prohibit trade, taxation, International Opium Conference.

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38 . --563幅. --1910 cont. Volume 847. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium traffic: Importation, regulation, efforts to reduce or prohibit trade, taxation, possible International Opium Conference.

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39 . --513幅. --1910 cont. Volume 848. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium traffic: Taxation, regulation, seizures, International Opium Conference at the Hague, International Opium Commission at Shanghai.

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40 . --472幅. --1910 cont. Volume 849. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium traffic: Taxation; regulation; International Opium Commission at Shanghai; (2) International Opium Conference at the Hague; (3)Sir Alex Hosie's journey through Shansi, Shensi, and Kansu.

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41 . --482幅. --1910 cont. Volume 850. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium traffic: Taxation; regulation; seizures; Sir Alex Hosie's report on opium production in Shansi, Shensi, and Kansu; (2)International Opium Conference at the Hague; International Opium Commission at Shanghai; (3)India-China opium trade.

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42 . --595幅. --1910 cont. Volume 851. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tung Hua and Huai Jen mining concessions and South Manchurian Syndicate. (2)Hukuang loan: Agitation against foreign loans, discussion of division of Szechuan railway lines between European and American groups.

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43 . --448幅. --1910 cont. Volume 852. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Anhui Concession: Tung Kwan mining case. (2)Chinese military affairs. (3)Bubonic plague in Hankow. (4)Shanghai Municipal Police: Trial, regulations. (5)Szechuan Mining Concession: Eastern Pioneer Co. dispute with Chinese Government. (6)Enquiry concerning engineering employment with Chinese railways.

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44 . --462幅. --1910 cont. Volume 853. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibetan affairs: Chinese troop movements in Tibet; (2)deposition of Dalai Lama; discussions with Japanese and Russian Governments; (3)British concern over effect on Nepal, Sikkim, and Bhutan.

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45 . --486幅. --1910 cont. Volume 854. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibetan affairs: Deposition of Dalai Lama; (2)question of British intervention; (3)Chinese treaty violations; India-Tibet trade; (4)Chinese troop movements; situation of British Trade Agencies; (5)Dalai Lama's gold and silver supplies; (6)return of Dalai Lama and other officials.

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46 . --596幅. --1910 cont. Volume 855. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibetan affairs: Chinese troop movements; (2)Gyantse and Yantung Trade Agencies' Annual Reports; return of Dalai Lama; (3)visit of Tao-tai to Dalai Lama; (4)British Trade Agencies sites and safety; scientific expeditions; (5)Chinese colonization efforts.

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47 . --404幅. --1910 cont. Volume 856. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Affairs on and beyond the Northwest Frontier of India: Memoranda for November and December 1909; January-November 1910. (2)Boxer outbreak claims. (3)Currency issued by the Chinese Government. (4)Admission of Chinese-national British subjects to United States for trading purposes. (5)Rifles for "Legion of Frontiersmen" in China; Japanese military activity in Manchuria; Changsha riots.

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48 . --500幅. --1910 cont. Volume 857. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Yunnan French Railway: Progress and preference to French goods. (2)Chinese Consul at Calcutta. (3)Appointment of new surveyor at the Port of Amoy. (4)Administrative reforms in Peking. (5)Likin exemption problems on Shanghai-Nanking Railway. (6)South Manchurian Railway rates from Dalny and Newchwang. (7)Chinese naval officers training with the British Navy. (8)Peking Syndicate Honan Mines.

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49 . --507幅. --1910 cont Volume 858. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Shanghai-Ningpo Railway: Chekiang and Kiangsu Railway Companies. (2)Conflict on Tonkinese frontier between French troops and Chinese deserters. (3)Pilgrimage of Russian Buddhists to Tibet. (4)Commander-in-Chief on China Station. (5)Export of game from China. (6)Provincial Assemblies: General Reports and reports on Anhui, Yunnan, Chekiang, Hunan, Kwangsi, Kweichow Assemblies; Chinese Parliament; constitutional reforms. (7)Taxation of exports from Manchuria.

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50 . --690幅. --1910 cont. Volume 859. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Woolen factory at Shanghai. (2)Chinese Army. (3)Trade restrictions lifted between Sikkim and Tibet. (4)Suppression of Chinese newspaper at Shanghai on account of its anti-Japanese tendency. (5)Dalai Lama's arrival at Lhasa. (6)Visit of Mr. E.W. Arnold of Verity's Ltd. to the Far East. (7)Treaty with Bhutan; Chinese interference in Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. (8)Imperial Railways of North China. (9)Hupei Provincial Loan; Japanese activity in Hankow District. (10)Whangpoo Conservancy.

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51 . --505幅). --1910 cont Volume 860. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)German gold mine in Shantung. Pages (2)Viceroys of Chihli. (3)International Export Company's land case at Changsa. (4)Rolling stock for Changsa-Chuchow section of Hunan Railway. (5)Antung-Mukden Railway. (6)Census of Wei-hai-wei. (7)Passports for lady missionaries living alone in the interior. (8)Tientsin District Court: Rights of foreign assessors. (9)Rifles for British communities at treaty ports. (10)Burma-Yunnan telegraph communications. (11)Projected railways in Shantung. (12)Canton Railways: Hong Kong customs agreement.

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52 . --514幅. --1910 0001 Volume 861. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank request to issue currency. (2)Governor General of Yunnan and Kweichow. (3)Cigarette trade in Manchuria. (4)Wireless telegraphy on Atoll of Pratas. (5)Memoranda on Arabia, the North East Frontier of India, and Burma: December. 1909 to November 1910. (6)Kashgar Diary and News Report: November 1909 to April 1910, June to October 1910. (7)Railways in Yunnan: Bhamo-Tengyueh Railway. (8)Export of soya beans from Manchuria and Hupei. (9)Liao River Conservancy.

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53 . --471幅. --1910 cont. Volume 862. China Political (cont).子目: (1)Chinese affairs: Extracts from Admiralty Report of Commander in Chief, China. (2)Haikuan tael rate for December 1909. (3)Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs Service Inspector General succession. (4)Information respecting railways in China. (5)Report on copper ores in Yunnan. (6)Cotton mill at Turfan. (7)Custom Houses at Hun Chun and Chientao. (8)Expenses in connection with funeral of Emperor of China. (9)Appointments in Far East: Query of Mr. Tom Smith and letters of recommendation for him. (10)Exploration of valley of Mekong River: Request of Mr. Bennett for new passport. (11)Mutiny of Hakka soldiers at Canton: Relations between Governor of Hong Kong and H.M. Consul General at Canton. (12)Vickers-Maxim's guns trial before Chinese Military Committee. (13)Kweilin-Ch'uanchow Railway. (14)Smuggling of goods into Manchuria from Kwantung Leased Territory. (15)Importation of cocaine into China.
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54 . --592幅. --1910 cont. Volume 863. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Foreign troops in North China. (2)Surgical instruments in the dispensary of Legation. (3)Legation animals, Return of Animals. (4)Foreign residents in treaty ports. (5)South Manchurian Railway. (6)Legislation in New South Wales respecting factories and shops. (7)Bean contracts with Chinese: Mining concessions in Manchuria. (8)A. B. C. Returns for 1909, query. (9)Far Eastern Department secret document list. (10)Development of Kiaochow. (11)Bean trade in Manchuria. (12)A. B. C. Returns of Trade for 1909, Changsha. (13)Chinese spies in Bhutan. (14)Situation in China: Anti-foreign feeling in China; Chinese Army.

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55 . --658幅. --1910 cont. Volume 864. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Situation in China: Anti-foreign feeling in China; anti-Manchu revolutionary movements. (2)Chinese schools in Burma and Singapore: Inspection by Chinese official. (3)Anhui Railway. (4)Railways and posts in China. (5)Peking University. (6)A. B. C. Returns, Canton. (7)Smuggling of Chinamen into United States from Jamaica. (8) A. B. C. Trade Returns, Tientsin. (9)Macao Harbour Survey. (10)Visit of Prince Tsaitao and Military Mission to Europe to study military organization and administration. (11)Sir J. Jordan's illness and leave; Mr. Max Miller takes charge of H.M. Legation. (12)Annual Returns of Trade and Shipping, Kiukiang. (13)Intelligence Reports for December Quarter, 1909 to July Quarter 1910. (14)Armed raids by Chinese tribal chiefs across Burmese frontier.

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56 . --502幅. --1910 cont. Volume 865. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Armed raids by Chinese tribal chiefs across Burmese frontier: Pienma expedition, disturbances in Chinese Shan States, boundary cairns, H'Kamti expedition.

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57 . --509幅. --1910 cont. Volume 866. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Cost of telegram for Hull Oil Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (2)Steam navigation of Upper Yangtze: Steamers for Szechuan Railway Company. (3)China Annual Report for 1909: Political situation, relations with Great Britain and other independent states, constitutional reform, trade and shipping, native press, education, Army. (4)Appointment of surveyor at Swatow. (5)Request of Mr. A. J. Perkin for information concerning possible employment in China as a railway engineer. (6)Chinese revenue and expenditure. (7)Heating apparatus for H. M. Minister's residence at Peking. (8)Railways and telegraphs in China. (9)A. B. C. Returns for 1909, Pakhoi. (10)A. B. C. Returns for 1909, Tungchow. (11)A. B. C. Returns for 1909, Chungking. (12)Chinese police. (13)Chinese policy towards United Kingdom. (14)Chinese exclusion laws. (15)Importation of explosives into China. (16)Sino-Japanese Postal Agreements. (17)Peking Military Attache's application for leave. (18)Wireless telegraph contracts with Chinese Government.

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58 . --568幅. --1910 cont. Volume 867. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Peking Legation bag of March 4. (2)Lieutenant D. Pudsey, R. A.: Extension of Chinese language study period. (3)Pressure on China. (4)Chinese press laws. (5)Foreshore concessions in China. (6)Murder of Mr. Brooke: Failure of Chinese punitive expedition against Lolos. (7)Summary of Intelligence Reports for first, second, and third quarters; importation/smuggling of goods into Manchuria through Dalny (Darien). (8)List of British subjects qualified to act as interpreters in Chinese, compiled by Military Attaché. (9)Wuhu Harbour Regulations. (10)Parliamentary question concerning British interests in the Chinese Northern Railway. (11)Riots at Changsha, Hankow, and Nanking; distribution of H. M. ships in China; drowning of Spanish missionaries; causes of disturbances and resolution.

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59 . --415幅. --1910 cont. Volume 868. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Riots at Changsha and Nanking: Damage claims; drowning of Spanish missionaries; Nanking Exhibition. (2)Surveys by Army officers in Chinese territory.

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60 . --601幅. --1910 cont. Volume 869. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Extension of Shanghai international settlement; Shanghai utility companies. (2)Parliamentary question concerning division of railway concessions between Russia and Great Britain. (3)Acting Consul Rose's tour of Burma-China frontier and frontier meetings for 1909,1910,1911. (4)Disturbances in Tonkin. (5)New Zealand Immigration Restriction Amendment Bill. (6)Reorganisation of Chinese Army and Navy. (7)Attempt to assassinate the Prince Regent. (8)Foreign residents in Hankow. (9)Chinese Gold Loan of 1896. (10)German trade methods at Changsha. (11)House tax at Hsiakwan, Nanking. (12)Departure of Mr. Seeds, Second Secretary of the Legation. (13)Tientsin Harbour Regulations. (14)Sungari River Provisional Trade Regulations: Russo-Chinese negotiations; possible revisions of 1881 Treaty of St. Petersburg.

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61 . --535幅. --1910. Volume 870. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in Russian Turkestan. (2)Assault on British subjects by mutinous soldiers at Soochow. (3)Trade mart at Yunnanfu. (4)Trade of Tengyueh and economic resources of Western Yunnan and the Burma-China frontier, 1909. (5)Kiukiang boycott. (6)Soya bean industry. (7)Notes on 'The Valor of Ignorance" [American book on danger of small military, rise of Japan]. (8)A. B. C. Trade Returns for 1909, Amoy. (9)Commercial treaty with China, 1902. (10)Chinese press summary, March-October 1910. (11)Appointment of Sir Chen Tung Liang Ch'eng as Chinese Minister to Germany. (12)Arrival of the Hon. Patrick Maule Ramsay, New Third Secretary. (13)Plague at Amoy. (14)Lolo Mining Concession. (15)Australian Report on Trade of China, 1908. (16)Haikuan tael rate for March, June, September quarters. (17)Chinese military activity in Yunnan. (18)Settlement, port regulations in China. (19)Military Attache's 1909 Report to H.M. Legation. (20)Gyantse and Yatung Diaries. (21)Kynoch Ltd.'s action against Captain Etti. (22)Mr. Addison, Second Secretary, request for leave of absence. (23)Boundaries of Hong Kong Leased Territories. (24)Shanghai Volunteer Rifles. (25)China: Increased port duties in place of li-kin. (26)Grain riots in northern Kiangsu. (27)New commercial port at Hulutao and associated railway section. (28)Russo-Japanese Society. (29)Mr. E.S. Little's recent journey through the Lolo country. (30)A. B. C. Trade Returns for 1909, Ningpo. (31)Peking waterworks. (32)Mr. E.F. Birchal as China representative of Dunn, Fischer and Co. (33)Application for employment in Chinese schools. (34)Mr. E.A. Monro and Lt. E. P. St.J. Benn, employment in Naval College in Nanking. (35)Proposed customs convention between Hong Kong and China. (36)Wai Wu Pu changes in personnel. (37)Fusion of the Diplomatic Quarter at Peking into one administration for municipal purposes.

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62 . --550幅. --1910 cont. Volume 871. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Impeachment of Shanghai Taotai for pro-foreign tendencies. (2)Chinese commission to study judicial and penal systems. (3)International Manual of the Transcription of Sounds of the Mandarin Language. (4)South Manchurian and Chinese Eastern Railways: Through-freight agreement. (5)Peking Legation house water supply. (6)Peking "octroi" (duty charged on foreign merchandise). (7)Report on the troops in central China by Military Attaché. (8)Rifles for Shanghai Police. (9)The Shameen Creek at Canton. (10)Traffic in opium and salt in Burma-China frontier. (11)Manchurian Silver Loan for repair of Peking-Hankow Railway. (12)Survey fees at Swatow. (13)German instructors for Chinese Army. (14)Arrival of the Hon. E. S. Scott to be First Secretary to Legation. (15)British Legation Residences. (16)Hong Kong, Most Favoured Nation Clause, and Franco-Chinese Treaty. (17)Chinese community in Burma: Chinese Government's interference. (18)Postal communication between China and Tibet via India. (19)Letters of introduction to H. M. Consuls in China for Mr. CE. Liardet. (20)German-Chinese Parcels Post Convention.

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63 . --602幅. --1910 cont. Volume 872. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Disturbances in Chaotung Prefecture, Yunnan. (2)Proposed Mengtsz-Pishihchai-Kochiu Railway. (3)China: Scheme for reform and development. (4)Letters of introduction for Mr. J. T. Irvine of Lever Bros. (5)Mixed Court at Shanghai. (6) Foreigners resident or travelling in China and belonging to countries with whom China has not concluded treaty. (7)Crops in the Foochow district. (8)Leases to lotholders in British concessions in China. (9)British railway system. (10)German Military Mission to China. (11)Leave of Mr. Ker, Commercial Attaché. (12)Boxer outbreak sentence passed on Magistrate Chin Hsi Kuei. (13)Nobels Explosives Co. (14)Municipal taxation in Chinese cities. (15)Gunboats in inland water. (16)Arrival of Major G.F. Menzies. (17)Visit of Mr. J.L. Tillotson to Peking and Tokyo. (18)Chinese officials of Hsin-Chiang Province of China. (19)Scholastic appointment in China. (20)Port of Antung information. (21)Disturbances in Laiyang near Kiaochow. (22)Anglo-French Quicksilver and Mining Company. (23)Opium, morphia, cocaine smuggling from Amoy to Straits Settlements. (24)Rest-houses on Tibetan trade routes. (25)Manchuria situation created by Russo-Japanese Convention. (26)Communiqué to London papers stating that Sir J[ohn] Jordan has been recalled; allegations against Sir J[ohn] Jordan. (27)Chinese annuities. (28)Permit to travel in Chinese Turkestan for Mr. C. P. F. Radclyffe. (29)Australian Immigration Acts. (30)Claim of the Chinese Eastern Railway against the Chinese Government. (31)Mr. Wilton's journey in the Provinces of Yunnan and Kwangsi. (32)Commercial Summary for June quarter; Commercial Attache's summaries; extracts from Consular Intelligence Reports. (33) Appointment of Chinese Minister in London. (34)Delegation of (U.S.) Pacific Coast businessmen to visit China. (35)Proposal to replace likin in Shantung with tariff on foreign imports and exports.

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64 . --567幅. --1910 cont. Volume 873. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Foreign Office Siberia bags for Peking and Tokyo. (2)Maps and publications relating to Tibet. (3)Proposed Chinese telegraph line from Hong Kong to Chinese frontier in place of existing line to Sham-shui-po. (4)Postal rates: Hong Kong and Canton. (5)Soya bean crops. (6)Land held in Shanghai settlement. (7)Heads of Missions in Peking. (8)Military handbook to the map of the Province of Fukien. (9)Modern army in Yunnan. (10)British residents at Hankow. (11)C. W. Campbell, Chinese Secretary, applies for sick leave. (12)Fushun Colliery. (13)Financial crisis at Shanghai. (14)Shooting license for China. (15)Contracts for materials for certain Chinese railways. (16)C. I. F. C. contracts at Shanghai: Chinese duty on goods imported under C. I. F. C. contract. (17)Mrs. A. S. Caulfield Stokes' visit to United States. (18)Popular excitement in Yunnanfu against Yunnan Syndicate. (19)Reflection on British rule in India in private theatrical at Yunnanfu Military School. (20)Chinese immigration into Peru. (21)Uniform system of quarantine. (22)Letter of introduction to Shanghai and Peking for Mr. D. Paterson Maitland for Dorland Press Agency. (23)Letter of introduction to consuls in China and Japan for Mr. Douglas of Dunnikier Foundry. (24)Development of wheat production in Manchuria. (25)Bhamo-Tengyueh trade road. (26)Disturbances in Yunnan: Mutiny of troops in Szechuan. (27)Amur Railway. (28)Importation of arms into China. (29)Visit of Mr. BJ. Nicholson of Jenson & Nicholson, Ltd. to the Far East. (30)Survey operations on the Sungari River. (31)Chinese Government loan for new currency requirements.

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65 . --503幅. --1910. Volume 874. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese Government foreign loan negotiations: Currency and armaments loans. (2)Arrest by Customs Officer at Amoy and question of jurisdiction over him by H. M. Government (3)Arrest of British subjects by Chinese police in Peking. (4)Antiforeign memorial addressed to Throne by Viceroy of Yunnan. (5)Captain Oliver's journey from Gilgit to Leh. (6)Request of the Szechuan Government that travel over hazardous country be forbidden. (7)Manufacturers of foreign goods in China. (8)Institution of Office of Commissioner of Foreign Affairs for Chihli Province. (9)Han Yeh Ping Coal & Iron Company Ltd. (10)Attestation of powers of attorney: draft form. (11)Chinese telegraph line to Lhasa. (12)Northeast India Frontier. (13)Request by Mr. Chin Quin of Quong, Yuen Sing and Co., for forms and information on visiting the United States. (14)Amalgamation of the Russo-Chinese Bank and the Northern Bank of St. Petersburg. (15)Assistance for Nobel's agent at Peking. (16)Local defense of foreign settlements at treaty ports. (17)Cholera and plague in China. (18)Restriction of immigration into Australia. (19)Emigration of Chinese coolies for employment on rubber plantations in the Federated Malay States. (20)Sino-American relations. (21)Visit to Peking of Sir Frederick Lugard, Governor of Hong Kong, and Lady Lugard. (22)Export of zinc from Yunnan by the Yunnan Syndicate. (23)Nanchang massacre of February 1906: Proposal to reduce sentences of some Chinese implicated. (24)Services rendered by Dr. Wykeham Myers, Vice Consul at Foochow. (25)Formation of limited company in Shanghai.

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66 . --232幅. --Volume 875. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)American policy in the Far East. (2)Letters of introduction for Mr. Melbye of The Bradford Dyers' Association, Ltd. (3)Mr. Ker's visit to Chambers of Commerce: Interviews with firms concerned in China trade. (4)Post of Legal Adviser to Chinese Government. (5)Letter of introduction to Peking and Tokyo for Mr. W. H. Levy of Samuel, Samuel and Co. (6)Mr. G. Turner's claims against Chinese Government. (7)Chinese Postal Service. (8)Export of arms to China. (9)Sir John Jordan's return to Peking. (10)New system of enlistment for the Imperial Guards. (11)Desire of M. Toussaint to visit Bhutan. (12)Inquiry about disturbances in Shanghai. (13)Chinese passports for Maj. H. M. Biddulph and Mr. C. C. Tower. (14)Oldham Chamber of Commerce requests speaker on situation in China. (15)Pukou-Sinyang Railway. (16)Communications from Military Attaché. (17)Visit of Chinese medical officers to England. (18)Provincial troops at Tungchow near Peking. (19)Report on Chengtu Arsenal. (20)Burma-China frontier. (21)Railway construction in Shensi, Kansu, and the New Dominion. (22)Chinese revolutionaries in Hong Kong. (23)Formation of syndicate of German machinery works for promoting export trade to the Far East. (24)Subletting by French Roman Catholic mission of property in China acquired for missionary purposes. (25)Chinese fodder plant. (26)Chinese huskless oat. (27)Huskless barley. (28)Letter of introduction for Mr. J. J. Williams, agent for Lord Grimthorpe. (29)Small warships for Chinese Government.

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67 . --574幅. --1911 Volume 1062. China Political (cont.)子目: (1)Russo-Chinese relations: Russian demands relating to Commercial Treaty of 1881 ; troop movements on border; Russia and Japan in Manchuria; revision of 1881 Treaty; situation in Kashgar, Mongolia, Turkestan. (2)Peking press summary for November 1910; December 1910. (3)Municipal taxation of foreigners in Russian railway settlements in Manchuria.

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68 . --509幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1063. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan frontier: Cross-border raids and expeditions; negotiations; Kachin rising.

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69 . --440幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1064. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan frontier: Cross-border raids and expeditions; negotiations; Kachin rising (cont.).

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70 . --451幅. --1911 con. Volume 1065. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan frontier: Cross-border raids and expeditions; negotiations; Kachin rising (cont.).

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71 . --380幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1066. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan frontier: Cross-border raids and expeditions; negotiations; Kachin rising (cont.). (2)Outbreak of plague in Manchuria and elsewhere in China.

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72 . --585幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1067. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Outbreak of plague in Manchuria and elsewhere in China (cont.). (2)Chinese Army maneuvers, 1910.

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73 . --546幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1068. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)International loan to Chinese Government.

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74 . --421幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1069. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)International loan to Chinese Government (cont.).

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75 . --581幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1070. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Russian and Japanese Manchurian railway connection. (2)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China.

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76 . --481幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1071. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.).

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77 . --167幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1072. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.).

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78 . --430幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1073. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.).

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79 . --576幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1074. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.).

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80 . --484幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1075. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.).

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81 . --493幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1076. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.).

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82 . --428幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1077. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium: International Opium Conference; opium restrictions; British-Chinese negotiations over reduction of opium export from India; Chinese efforts to eradicate opium-growing within China (cont.). (2)Chinese indemnity payments and accounts. (3)China, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan: Relations, territorial claims, official visits.

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83 . --106卷(幅). --1911 cont. Volume 1078. China Political (cont.). Tibet affairs.子目: (1)India-Tibet trade and treaties; Dalai and Tashi Lamas; British trade agencies.

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84 . --608幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1079. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Engineering & Mining Co. and Lanchow Mining Co. (2)Thornycroft & Co. Ltd. telegram payment. (3)Arrest of British subjects by Chinese police in connection with Telegraph Lane raid on gambling dens in Peking. (4)Concession leases in China. (5)King's Regulations under China and Korea Order in Council.

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85 . --571幅. --Volume 1080. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Hukuang Railway Loan, Chinese Government railway policy, and unrest in Szechuan.

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86 . --602幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1081. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Hukuang Railway Loan, Chinese Government railway policy, and unrest in Szechuan (cont.). (2)Hong Kong subsidiary coinage. (3)Nanking exhibition. (4)Conflict and changes in the Chinese Government. (5)Mutiny of Chinese troops in Szechuan. (6)Board of Communications changes. (7)Peking-Hankow Railway Redemption Loan. (8)French railway freight rates on Tonkin-Yunnan Railway. (9)Consular jurisdiction over Customs Officers.

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87 . --581幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1082. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Szechuan-Hankow Railway. (2)Abolition of queue and change of costume. (3)Board of Communications. (4)Change to Report on Chinese Army for 1910. (5)Chinese duty on goods manufactured in Manchuria and sold in treaty ports. (6)Military Attaché offered position as second in command of Indian cavalry regiment. (7)Reports of French Consul General Bons D'Anty and American Rev. J. R. Muir on travel in marches of Szechuan and Tibet. (8)Canton-Kowloon Railway and the Anglo-Chinese Customs Convention. (9)Tenders for railway materials in China. (10)Allegations of smuggling and customs irregularities pertaining to Japanese in Manchuria.

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88 . --438幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1083. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Custody of cyphers at Tengyueh Consulate. (2)Whangpoo Conservancy. (3)Chinese passports for Maj. Biddulph's and Mr. Tower's hunting expedition in Chinese Pamirs and Turkestan. (4)List of treaty ports and revisions. (5)Mr. Max Múller's service as H. M. Chargé d'Affaires at Peking and leave of absence. (6)South Manchurian loan. (7)Liang Tun-Yen's visit in London. (8)Manchurian Railways: Negotiations with Russia.

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89 . --572幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1084. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Emigration of Chinese coolies to North Borneo. (2)Shen Pan Ting: Judicial reform in China and the diplomatic body. (3)Anglo-French Quicksilver and Mining Concession: Claim against Chinese Government. (4)American policy in China; interests in railways. (5)Manchuria and South Manchuria Railways statistics. (6)Customs Houses and tariffs at Wei-hai-wei, Tsingtao, and Chefoo. (7)Boxer Rising indemnity. (8)Macao: Gambling, tension over boundary wall, and other affairs.

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90 . --344幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1085. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation, customs administration in northern Manchuria. (2)Hankow riots. (3)Foreign manufacturers in China. (4)Gold mining concessions in Province of Jehol. (5)Chinese naval cadets/officers training/serving at/with Royal Navy. (6)Harbour at Hulutao (Chinchow). (7)Surgical instruments in Legation dispensary. (8)Return of Animals in Peking Legation. (9)Chinese naval reorganization proposals. (10)Chinese troops in Kweichow and Yunnan. (11)German engineering schools in China. (12)Memoranda on Northwest Frontier of India for December 1910 to October 1911.

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91 . --498幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1086. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Proceedings and reports of various H.M. ships on the China Station. (2)Dr. Sun Yat Sen's possible departure from Straits Settlements for England. Pages 101-106. 4061 Chinese jurisdiction over foreigners residing in China and whose governments are not bound to China by treaty. (3)Postal communication: China and Tibet via India. (4)Spelling of "Chinan" to be changed to "Tsinan." (5)Rules for Captain-Superintendent's Court of Shanghai Police. (6)Report on Chinese railways open to traffic. (7)American trade with China. (8)Kashgar Diary for November 1910 to October 1911. (9)Memoranda for Arabia, North East Frontier, and Burma for December 1910 to October 1911.

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92 . --491幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1087. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Restrictions on immigration into New Zealand. (2)Huskless oat, lucerne, and barley seeds. (3)Quarantine in the Far East and Congress of Far Eastern Association of Tropical Medicine. (4)Murder of French priest at Yung-pei. (5)Proposed expedition into French Indo-China territory by the Chinese. (6)Peking octroi. (7)Request of British Embassy in Washington for China, China Trade, and Japan Confidential Print of Foreign Office. (8)Importation of Chinese pork, eggs, and other produce into United Kingdom. (9)Visit of Chinese officials to Singapore and other foreign Pacific dependencies. (10)Bhamo-Tengyueh Railway negotiations. (11)Rate for Haikwan tael. (12)Trade facilities on Hong Kong-China frontier. (13)Rifles for British communities at Chingkiang. (14)Restrictions on Chinese immigration into Canada. (15)Changsha riot indemnity payment by Chinese Government; Chinese Antimony Company, Ltd. payment of telegram bill. (16)Shanghai Pilotage Service and Regulations. (17)Woosung Harbour Regulations. (18)Report by Lt. Col. Willoughby, Military Attaché on railways and telegraphs in China. (19)Peking Syndicate's Honan mining rights and mooring arrangements for coal barges at Hankow. (20)Visit of Commander in Chief, China, to Viceroys of Canton and Hankow. (21)Export of cereals and beans from Manchuria. (22)Locomotives for Peking-Hankow Railway. (23)Inspection of the troops in Manchuria. (24)Arrangements for replacement of Military Attaché at Peking. (25)Foreign population in Manchuria. (26)Commercial Intelligence Summary for December 1910 and June 1911.

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93 . --542幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1088. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Shanghai-Ningpo Railway. (2)Reichstag debate over budget for German colony of Kiao-chao. (3)Foreign Office bag, delay in transmittal from Shanghai to Peking. (4)European financial groups and investment in China. (5)Chang Tsung-hsiang, Secretary of Board of Interior, en route to Sanitary Conference in Germany and study of police administration in Europe. (6)Military Attaché recommends that temporary interpreter position on his staff be made permanent. (7)Report on the trade of Straits Settlements, 1909. (8)Mr. Dent's property at Macao. (9)Negotiations respecting treaty on position of Hunza, India-New Dominion frontier, and trade. (10)Parcels for China via Siberia. (11)Mr. Hum Kip: Request for certificate to enable him and associates to travel to United States. (12)Defence of foreign settlements in treaty ports. (13)Chinese immigration into Canada. (14)Tientsin Harbour Regulations. (15)Liang Shih-yi relieved of duty as director general of Imperial Railway Administration and assistant director of Chiao-tung Bank. (16)Treasure of the late Empress Dowager. (17)Chinese telegraphs: Hong Kong connection, Telegraph Company loan to Ministry of Communications. (18)Trade resources of Yunnan. (19)Request for letters of introduction by Mr. G. R. B. Davis. (20)Foreshore concessions in China. (21)Report by Military Attaché on plans to form new "Mixed Brigade" for Chihli. (22)Foreign troops and guns in north China. (23)Troops in Yunnan Province. (24)Han Yeh Ping Coal and Iron Company. (25)South Manchurian Syndicate.

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94 . --549幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1089. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Shamien Defence Creek. (2)Graf Rex, German Minister at Peking, to become ambassador at Tokyo. (3)Mineral resources of China and foreign-worked mines. (4)Representation of British firms in China. (5)Tientsin Quarantine Regulations, 1911. (6)Annual China Report for 1911: Relations with Great Britain and other countries, government, budget and fiscal, unrest, railways, foreign trade, education, press, military. (7)Small arms for Chinese cruiser. (8)Amur Railway. (9)Shanghai settlement extension. (10)Libel on Sir John Jordan. (11)Railway between Yunnanfu and the Yangtze. (12)Chinese in Amur region. (13)Chinese Customs Inspector General. (14)List of British subjects qualified to act as interpreters in Chinese. (15)Delivery of letters from abroad to student societies in China. (16)Japanese policy in China. (17)Burma-Yunnan telegraph.

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95 . --526幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1090. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese residing in or coming to United Kingdom. (2)Importation of tea into China: Rumour of prohibition. (3)Export of pork products from China, Manchuria, and Siberia. (4)Opening of Pukow to foreign trade. (5)Revolutionary outbreaks at Canton and Hankow. (6)Introductions to Japan and China for Mr. Alfred Cook of Birch and Co., Ltd. (7)British Legation guard: change of command. (8)Assassination of Tartar General at Canton. (9)Antung Quarantine Regulations, 1911. (10)M. Laporte requesting payment for his services as British Pro-Consul at Masampo, Korea, 1898-1901. (11)Visit of Mr. H. S. Richards to China for Morgan Crucible Co. (12)Chinese Postal Service: Transfer to Ministry of Communications. (13)Mule tax on Bhamo-Tengyueh Road. (14)Institution of military drill in civil schools in Manchuria. (15)Railway from Lienchou to Manning. (16)Chinese troops in the New Dominion. (17)Haikwan tael exchange rate. (18)Consular invoices. (19)Letter of introduction for Mr. W. H. Levy unused. (20)Peking News: Appointment of British subject as Swedish Vice-Consul at Hankow, audience given by the Empress Dowager to wives of heads of Missions, refusal of Customs Taotai at Tientsin to issue transit passes for raw cotton from the interior. (21)Issue of small shares in Kiao-Chow and consular administration. (22)Shanghai Municipal Council libel case, Leveson v. Hutchison. (23)Hankow British concession by-laws. (24)Heads of Missions in Peking. (25)Anti-foreign feeling at Changsha. (26)Trade of northern China, Manchuria, Siberia, and Mongolia, 1909; report by New South Wales Immigration and Tourist Bureau. (27)Patent protection in China. (28)Summary of Consular Intelligence Reports for quarters ended December 31,1910, through June 1911. (29)Military Attache's request for leave of absence. (30)Taxation of foreign goods in Manchuria. (31)Steamers required by the Peking Syndicate Ltd. (32)Agreement of 1908 for redemption of Peking Syndicate concessions in Shansi. (33)Memorandum on Chinese cotton from Commercial Attaché (34)Official changes: Appointments for Viceroyalities of Mukden and Szechuan, and Wardenship of the marches for Yunnan and Szechuan. (35)Chinese troops in Yunnan. (36)Visits of H. M. Commercial Attaché for China to Chambers of Commerce.

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96 . --520幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1091. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Amendment of Clause 10 of the Sanitary Regulations for the Ports of Shanghai and Woosung. (2)Commercial Attache's report on foreign trade of China for 1910. (3)Contract with Chinese antimony producers and smelters at Changsha. (4)Memorandum: "The Manchurian Question" and comments. (5)Amendment to Harbour Regulations for the Port of Shanghai. (6)Definition of "Chinese Passenger Ship" in Hong Kong Ordinance No. 1 1889. (7)Shanghai Volunteer Corps: Application of 2nd Lt. CD. Pearson to attend course of instruction at Chatham. (8)Disturbance at Phari. (9)Timber concession in Manchuria. (10)Poyang Lake navigation. (11)Sanitary Regulations for Canton. (12)Szechuan Mining Concession and Eastern Pioneer Co. (13)Trade in Tonkin Basin. (14)Appointment of Mr. S. Barton as Chinese Secretary. (15)Question of enlarging house of Chinese Secretary at Peking. (16)Arrival of Mr. P. Loraine, new Second Secretary at Legation. (17)Peking Trade Report, 1910. [registry number out of sequence] (18)Protection of copyright in China. (19)Foreign trade with Yunnan. (20)Hunchun and Chientao: Report of Harbin Consul and Military Attaché. (21)Visit of Admiral Cheng Ju-cheng, Superintendent of Chefoo Naval College, to England. (22)Proposed lecture at Simla by Acting Consul Rose. (23)Mr. A. J. M. Bennett's journey in Yunnan and robbery of his camp. (24)Fusion of the Legation Quarter. (25)Boycott of Japanese trade at Hong Kong. (26)Pukou-Sinyang and Shanghai-Ningpo Railways. (27)Fushun and Yentai Mines. (28)Promotion of Engineer Lt. Edward P. St. J. Benn, R. N. (29)Situation in Peking Government. (30)Direct correspondence between Hong Kong and Chinese authorities.

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97 . --562幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1092. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese passport for Mr. Forrest for his expedition to Yunnan, Szechuan, and Kweichow to collect trees and flowering plants. (2)Loan of five million taels to Chinese Government. (3)Amoy Land Regulations. (4)Shanghai Plague Regulations. (5)Report on the soya bean of Manchuria. (6)Debate over Foreign Office provision of China Print for Hong Kong. (7)Sir John Jordan's report on the Military Attaché. (8)British Company of Hankow Volunteers. (9)Reported negotiations for Russo-Belgian loan of £10,000,000 to China for general purposes. (10)Salt traffic between Burma and Yunnan. (11)Yunnan Syndicate. (12)Provincial loans. (13)General Arbitration Treaty between United Kingdom and China. (14)Engagement of German and Japanese instructors for military school in Peking. (15)Colonisation of Manchuria. (16)Postal rates between Hong Kong and Canton. (17)Acting Commercial Attache's tour in Manchuria. (18)Amur River Railway and Amur and Chientao districts; northeast Korea and Chientao. (19)Attempt to assassinate Admiral Li at Canton. (20)Report on the island of Hainan. (21)Nanking Harbour Regulations. (22)Regulation of British Municipal Southern Extension incorporation into British Municipal Extension at Tientsin. (23)International Institute of China. (24)Liao River Conservancy. (25)Failure of salt merchants in Chihli to meet obligations to foreign banks. (26)Doctor Main's land: Settlement reached with local authorities. (27)Damage by rioters to premises of Chinese at Cardiff.

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98 . --472幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1093. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Extinction of German mining rights in Shantung. (2)Shanghai Volunteer Corps: Sergeant C. H. Wilkins. (3)Remission of sentences passed on Chin Hsin-kuei and other officials in 1900. (4)Enforcing local legislation by King's Regulations, etc. in China. (5)Chinese Mining Regulations. (6)Mr. Ramsay, Second Secretary in the Peking Legation, concerning his transfer to Paris. (7)Captain Otter-Barry's report on his tour in Mongolia. (8)Lighthouse keeper in China enquiry as to employment. (9)Piracy on West River. (10)Revolution in Hupei.

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99 . --452幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1094. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Revolution in Hupei; spreads to other provinces.

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100 . --448幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1095. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Revolution in China.

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101 . --625幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1096. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Revolution in China (cont.).

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102 . --501幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1097. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Revolution in China (cont.).

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103 . --626幅. --1911 cont. Volume 1098. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Revolution in China (cont.).

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104 . --504幅. --1911 contt. Volume 1099. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Mr. A. W. Woo requesting to be attached to 3rd London Field Ambulance. (2)Importation of nitrate into China. (3)British claims paid by China, 1906 to September 1911. (4)Appointment of Mr. A. J. Miller as acting surveyor at the Port of Tientsin. (5)Customs tariff on China's land frontiers. (6)Rudge-Whitworth Ltd., Japan, and cycle trade in Manchuria and Kwantung. (7)Education of British children in Shanghai. (8)Banking operations in Kwantung Province; rice crop. (9)Purchase of wharf compound at Shanghai by the South Manchuria Railway Company. (10)Chinese immigration into Australia, New Zealand, Canada: Request for copies of Restriction Acts. (11)Mrs. E. Walker requests assistance in recovering money owed to her by Mr. E. Roberts of Chinese Imperial Customs Service. (12)B. Atkins Lewis requests information on the situation in China. (13)Deportation of Chinese from United States to Hong Kong. (14)Commercial Intelligence Branch of Board of Trade reports lease of land near Harbin to United States for development by International Harvester Co. (15)Murder of two Europeans at Mommoat. (16)Revolution in China: Protection of Peking Syndicate's mines at Ja-mei-sen, Honan. (17)Municipal taxation of British subjects. (18)Chinkiang Land Regulations: Amendments and additions. (19)Mrs. McGuirk requests information on daughter, Mrs. M. Butcher, in Hankow. (20)Mr. Lees requests information on capture of Tientsin by rebels. (21)Outlook in China: Interview with president of East Asiatic Steamship Company. (22)Yokohama Specie Bank loan to Mukden Viceroy. (23)Trade between India and Yarkand, 1910-11. (24)Chinese press laws: Attempt to subject foreign-owned paper to them. (25)Visit of Chinese cruiser to Bermuda: Chinese sailor found drowned. (26)Payne, Galloway, and Payne, Solicitors, request information on Mr. J. W. Wright, reported to have served in Customs Service in China. (27)Interviews of Mr. H. Fox, Consul, with British merchants at Board of Trade. (28)Protection of British subjects at Hankow. (29)Russian Minister at Peking. (30)French customs treatment of goods passing through Tonkin to Yunnan. (31)Immigration into Commonwealth of Australia. (32)Seizure of expiosives by Chinese revolutionaries. (33)Dr. T. Lettis requests address of Mr. W. Fisher of Canton Police. (34)Protection of property at Peking: Alfred Holt and Co. seek assurances. (35)Information for a China Year Book: H. J. Montague Bell requests data on Boxer indemnity and list of diplomatic and consular officers. (36)Mr. Sly's report on journey along Rivers Sungari and Amur. (37)Memorandum on Russo-Chinese Railway Project from Missovaia to Peking. (38)Annual Consular Reports on trade of China: Memorandum on increasing circulation and making them more useful. (39)Peking Syndicate's proposed loan to Manchuria. (40)Mrs. Kingdon Ward requests information on the safety of her son, Mr. Kingdon Ward, travelling in Tibet and Yunnan. (41)Shanghai financial crisis. (42)Anhui Loan.

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105 . --373幅. --Registers of Diplomatic Correspondence 1909 Volume 673 (China). 1910 Volume 675 (China).

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106 . --208幅. --Registers of Diplomatic Correspondence cont. 1911 Volume 104 (China).

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Confidential British Foreign Office political Correspondence.China.Series 3.1912-1914 / Paul Kesaris; Great Britain. Foreign Office. --Frederick, MD : University Publications of America,1994. --99卷: 正片; 35mm. --ISBN 1556555198, ISBN 9781556555198: CNY550000.00(全437卷)

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1 . --279 幅. --Registers of Diplomatic Correspondence 1912.

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2 . --257幅. --1913 Volume 1106. 1914 Volume 1107.

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3 . --614幅. --General Correspondence: Political, 1912 Volume 1310. China Political. 子目: (1)Revolution in China: Yuan Shi Kai, military and naval affairs, election of Sun Yat Sen as President of the Republic, peace negotiations at Shanghai.

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4 . --539幅. --Volume 1311. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Military and naval affairs, peace negotiations at Shanghai, question of diplomatic recognition of Republic, missionaries, Yuan Shi Kai, foreign loans, foreign intervention issues.

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5 . --582幅. --Volume 1312. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Sack of Chengtu, safety of foreign subjects, foreign loans, railways, foreign intervention issues, arms sales to China, military affairs, Imperial abdication, Yuan Shi Kai and new Chinese government, events at Wei Hai Wei.

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6 . --565幅. --Volume 1313. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Yuan Shi Kai, foreign loans, military affairs, recognition of new Chinese government.

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7 . --462幅. --Volume 1314. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans, military affairs, Nanking provisional government, Imperial Court and abdication, foreign troops in China, recognition of new Chinese government.

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8 . --543幅. --Volume 1315. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans, recognition of new Chinese government, Peking and Nanking provisional governments, new constitution, unrest among revolutionary troops, Manchuria events, military and naval affairs.

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9 . --554幅. --Volume 1316. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans, Yunnan events, Peking provisional government, mutinies and disorders.

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10 . --557幅. --Volume 1317. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans, status of Tibet and Mongolia, recognition of provisional government, Republican cabinet, mutinies and disorders.

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11 . --500幅. --Volume 1318. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Recognition of new Chinese government, foreign loans, status of Tibet and Mongolia, events in Kashgar and New Dominion, British troops in China.

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12 . --525幅. --Volume 1319. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans (Chinese reorganization loan), British troops in China, recognition of new Chinese government, events in Kashgar and New Dominion, Inter-Bank Conferences, status of Tibet and Mongolia.

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13 . --421幅. --Volume 1320. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont)子目: (1)Foreign loans (Chinese reorganization), events in Kashgar and New Dominion, British troops in China, recognition of new Chinese government.

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14 . --442幅. --Volume 1321. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Events in Kashgar and New Dominion, foreign loans (Chinese reorganization), British troops in China, recognition of new Chinese government.

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15 . --465幅. --Volume 1322. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans (Chinese reorganization and others), events in Kashgar and New Dominion, British troops in China.

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16 . --401幅. --Volume 1323. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.) 子目: (1)Foreign loans (Chinese reorganization and others).

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7 . --465幅. --Volume 1324. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.)子目: (1)Foreign loans (Chinese reorganization and others), events in Kashgar and New Dominion.

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18 . --442幅. --Volume 1325. China Political (cont.). Revolution in China (cont.).子目: (1)British troops in China, foreign loans (Chinese reorganization and others), events in Kashgar and New Dominion.

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19 . --484幅. --Volume 1326. China Political (cont.). Situation in Tibet.子目: (1)Revolt by Chinese troops at Lhasa, Chinese-Tibetan fighting, Dalai Lama, sovereignty of Tibet, possibility of foreign intervention, Laden La's mediation mission.

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20 . --420幅. --Volume 1327. China Political (cont.). Situation in Tibet (cont.). 子目: (1)Lhasa cease-fire negotiations, Yunnan and Szechuan expedition against Tibet, return of Dalai Lama.

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21 . --425幅. --Volume 1328. China Political (cont.). Situation in Tibet (cont.). 子目: (1)Sovereignty of Tibet, Lhasa cease-fire negotiations, Yunnan and Szechuan expedition against Tibet, Japanese traveller Yasujiro Yajima in Tibet, Nepalese and Russian involvement in Tibet, evacuation of Lhasa garrison from Tibet.

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22 . --500幅. --Volume 1329. China Political (cont.). Situation in Tibet (cont.).子目: (1)Evacuation of Lhasa garrison from Tibet, Yunnan and Szechuan expedition against Tibet, creation of Szechuan-Tibet border district, Dalai Lama, sovereignty of Tibet.

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23 . --586幅. --Volume 1330. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Foreign loan to Viceroy of Nanking. (2)Explosives seized by revolutionaries at Shanghai and elsewhere. (3)Nepal and Bhutan: Relations with China and Britain and sovereignty issues. (4)Opium: International Opium Conference at the Hague, International Opium Convention, opium trade and restrictions in China, opium cultivation in China, international opium trade.

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24 . --579幅. --Volume 1331. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium trade and restrictions in China, opium cultivation in China, international trade in opium, International Opium Conference at the Hague, International Opium Convention.

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25 . --499幅. --Volume 1332. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium trade and restrictions in China, opium cultivation in China, international trade in opium.

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26 . --608幅. --Volume 1333. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium trade and restrictions in China, opium cultivation in China, international trade in opium.

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27 . --664幅. --Volume 1334. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.). 子目: (1)Opium trade and restrictions in China, international trade in opium, implementation of International Opium Convention in British territories.

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28 . --459幅. --Volume 1335. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Mongolia and Tibet. (2)North-East Frontier of India and Burma: British expeditions and administration and related Chinese activities.

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29 . --473幅. --Volume 1336. China Political (cont.). North-East Frontier of India and Burma (cont.).子目: (1)British expeditions and administration and related Chinese activities.

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30 . --432幅. --Volume 1337. China Political (cont.). North-East Frontier of India and Burma (cont.).子目: (1)British expeditions and administration and related Chinese activities.

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31 . --597幅. --Volume 1338. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese payment of Boxer indemnity. (2)Foreign military forces in China. (3)Captain Otter-Barry not to be appointed as assistant Military Attaché. (4)Kingdon Ward's travel from Wei-hsi to Tengyueh. (5)Monthly memoranda concerning the North-West Frontier of India: November 1911 to July 1912. (6)Law authorizing the issue of small shares in the Consular Districts in China and in the Protectorate of Kiaochow. (7)Anglo-French agreement for protection of copyright in China. (8)Cost of telegram. (9)Mongolia: Russian interests and activity, Russian-Mongolian agreement.

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32 . --446幅. --Volume 1339. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese currency: Loans, reforms, and foreign financial advisers. (2)Murder of Robert Joseph Felgate at Kanshan. (3)Canton-Kowloon Railway. (4)Pirate attacks near Hong Kong and in Kwangtung Province. (5)Captain Charles E. Etti. (6)Alleged concession or perpetual lease of land to U.S. government or International Harvester in Manchuria. (7)Sir Somerville Head: Third Secretary, arrival at Peking.

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33 . --528幅. --Volume 1340. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Tenders for railway materials: Difficulties encountered by British firms in China. (2)New Manchurian port of Hulutao. (3)Manchuria-Chosen Through Railway Traffic Agreement. (4)Illegal taxation of foreign goods in Manchuria. (5)Surgical instruments and appliances: Inventory of Legation medical supplies. (6)Wife for Maharaja Kumar of Sikkim. (7)Monthly memorandum concerning North-East Frontier of India and Burma: November 1911. (8)Consul General Wilkinson. (9)Protection of Pekin Syndicate at mines at Jameisen. (10)Payment of licenses by fishermen of Nam O. (11)Japanese East Asiatic Association. (12)Rate of Haikwan Tael. (13)Treaty ports open to foreign trade. (14)Chinese Red Cross Society. (15)Effect of Chinese revolution on tea industry. (16)Consular report summary. (17)Chinese midshipmen training in Royal Navy. (18)Beilby Alston: Acting Councillor, arrival at Legation. (19)Annual report of China Association. (20)Loans to Chinese government. (21)Spelling of place names in China.

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34 . --265幅. --Volume 1341. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese government loans. (2)Disturbances at Hong Kong. (3)Wai Wu Pu changes. (4)British Consulate Kashgar Diary and News Abstract: November 1911 to October 1912. (5)Appointment and arrival of Capt. D.S. Robertson as Military Attaché at Peking and temporary retention of Lt. Col. M.E. Willoughby in Peking. (6)Consular officers' Annual Trade Reports on China. (7)Eastern Extension and Great Northern Telegraph Companies relations with revolutionary government in Shanghai. (8)Ichang Kuei-fu railway bonds. (9)Shipment of rifles and ammunition to Hong Kong. (10)Monthly memoranda concerning North-East Frontier of India and Burma: January to March 1912. (11)Rights of Pekin Syndicate in China. (12)Amalgamation of Lanchow Mining Co. with Chinese Engineering and Mining Co.

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35 . --539幅. --Volume 1342. China Political (cont.)子目: (1)Wireless telegraphy: Transmission of private messages by British naval vessels. (2)P.L. Loraine: Second Secretary, departure. (3)Messrs. Pauling & Co. claims against Chinese government. (4)Shanghai-Ningpo Railway. (5) Pages 62-89. 6159 Chinese customs duties on Russian frontier. (6)Letter of introduction for Major Delme Radcliffe. (7)British protection of Bhutanese interests in Tibet. (8)Chinese students in U.K. (9)Mongolia. (10)Compagnie Commerciale du Yunnan: Complaint against British Consul. (11)Messrs. Dunn, Fischer & Co. and loan to Province of Shantung. (12)Chinese travel of Miss Emily G. Kemp and Miss Mary M. MacDougall. (13) Recruitment of Chinese labourers for British North Borneo. (14)Shanghai Mixed Court. (15)Teichman's journey through native states of western Szechuan. (16)Chinese lunar calendar replaced with solar calendar. (17)Whangpoo Conservancy.

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36 . --484幅. --Volume 1343. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Coolie emigration to German Samoa. (2)Seizure of cartridges at Shanghai from Kynoch Ltd. of Birmingham. (3)Postal affairs in Fukien Province. (4)Eastern Pioneer Company's Szechuan mining concession claim against Chinese government. (5)Mrs. Heather's request for a grant of money in recognition of services of her late brother Captain M. O'Sullivan. (6)Revision of Russo-Chinese Treaty of St. Petersburg, 1881. (7)Chinese riots in Java. (8)Tour of British manufacturing firms by H.H. Fox, acting Commercial Attaché in Peking. (9)Rescue of English missionary by Italian sailors at Peking. (10)Chinese Chambers of Commerce in British territory. (11) Fraudulent attempt of Chinese to enter United States from London. (12)Despatch of troops from Hong Kong to Canton. (13)Registration of British subjects in Chinese Turkestan. (14)Letter of introduction for Thomas P. Cochrane of the Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China. (15)Deportation of Chinese to Hong Kong from United States. (16)Senior Naval Officer on the West River and at Canton. (17)Hutchison and Co. claim against Walker Bros. Ltd. for surveying in China. (18)Postal arrangements between India and Tibet. (19)Proposal for financing and developing mines in China. (20)Pekin Syndicate further reduction in freight on Peking-Hankow line. (21)British shipping at Ichang. (22)Manchurian telegraphs.

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37 . --615幅. --Volume 1344. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Travels in Mongolia, Sinkiang, Kansu, and Szechuan by Maj. Pereira, formerly Military Attaché (2)German Admiralty report on development of Kiaochow. (3)Foreign Office bags moving between Tientsin and Shanghai. (4)Distribution of Chinese troops around Peking. (5)Hukwang Railways Loan. (6)Hankow Land Regulations. (7)Fleet on China Station. (8)Reports from Commander in Chief, China Station, and Commodore, Hong Kong. (9)Passports for Sir Coleridge Kennard and 2nd Lt. W.R. Read to travel in Chinese Central Asia. (10)British subjects qualified to act as Chinese interpreters. (11)Saskatchewan bill to prevent employment of white women by orientals.

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38 . --455幅. --Volume 1345. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Extension and defence of foreign concessions at Hankow. (2)Chinkiang Land Regulations. (3)Chinese Republican flag. (4)Vesty Bros, complaints against Consul General at Hankow. (5)Military Governor of Shanghai and the International Settlement. (6)Yunnan Railway. (7)A. Spenceley of Hankow. (8)Sydicat du Yunnan and Anglo-French China Corporation Ltd. (9)Birmingham and Midland Institute lectures on China. (10)Russian action in Sarikol. (11)Russian activities in China. (12)General Officer Commanding the Troops, South China. (13)Szechuan tea trade with Tibet. (14)Distribution of Chinese troops in central and south China. (15)Loan for reconstruction of Hankow. (16)Plague prevention in Manchuria. (17)Annual Report for 1911. (18)Memorandum on Heads of Missions in Peking. (19)Establishment of national school for British children at Shanghai. (20)John Line: Candidature for post of Consul General in London for Chinese Republic. (21)Legation list of Chinese railways. (22) Pages 287-298. 21388 Manchuria and Japan and Russia. (23)Cooperation rendered by German and Japanese admirals during revolution. (24)British ships on China Station. (25)Establishment of university in Central China. (26)Proposed reorganisation of maritime postal services of Indo-China. (27)Native press: Chinese Secretary's note on Peking press for first quarter of 1912. (28)Chinese relations with Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal. (29)Copy of dispatch to H.M. Minister: Through-telephone service between Harbin and Dairen.

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39 . --659幅. --Volume 1346. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)King's Regulations: Consular district and port regulations and subordinate legislation (pilotage, prisons, etc.). (2)Shanghai settlement boundary. (3)Appointment of foreign political and legal advisers to Chinese government. (4)Opening of Pukow to trade. (5)Leave of British Army officers serving in North and South China Commands. (6)French Minister at Peking. (7)Appointment of Minister Resident of Denmark in Eastern Asia. (8)George Turner's numerous claims against Chinese government.

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40 . --749幅. --Volume 1347. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Kowloon and Lappa customs revenues. (2)Apparatus for Nanking and Wuchang mints. (3) Maharaj Kumar of Sikkim. (4)Foreign trade returns. (5)Secret commissions in railway contracts. (6)Agreement with Chinese government proposed by Alfred Harris of China Customs Service, Hong Kong. (7)Seizure of British property at Kashing near Shanghai by revolutionary forces and movement of H.M.S. Newcastle in consequence. (8)Tangshan Engineering College dismissal of British professors. (9)Gap Rock Lighthouse, Hong Kong. (10)Raids and piracy around Hong Kong and Macao. (11)Captain T.E. Cocker: Circumstances of his retirement from the Imperial Chinese Maritime Customs Service. (12)International Plague Conference at Mukden. (13)Claim of British subject T. Lemon against former Spanish Consul General at Shanghai. (14)Monthly summaries of events in the Provinces: May to September 1912. (15)Russian consulates at Kobdo, Shara-Sumeh, and Aigun. (16)Kiukiang Land Regulations and Municipal Regulations. (17) Military Attache's reports: Chinese Army distribution in Yunnan and Manchuria, recent mutinies, changes in Army in 1911, military operations during revolution, construction of railways and telegraphs; Russian railway guards and settlements on Chinese Eastern Railway. (18)Engineer Commander E.P.St. J. Bennis experiences when serving under Chinese government. (19)Commercial introduction for Hardy Seligmann of London and South Western Bank. (20)Rioting at Wuhu. Pages 579-583. 29507 Importation of sodium nitrate into China. (21)Peking-Hankow Railway Redemption Loan. (22)Proposed loan to Nanking government. (23)Taxation of British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. manufacturing in Manchuria.

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41 . --572幅. --Volume 1348. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Shameen Land Regulations. (2)Chinese Postal Service. (3)British concessions in China. (4)Samuel and Company Ltd. bean contracts. (5)Tientsin-Pukow Railway. (6)Tsingtao-Tsinan and Tientsin-Pukow railways. (7)Security of mail transmitted through Siberia. (8)Excessive issue of copper currency by Nanking Mint and resulting depreciation. (9)Sir Somerville Head, Bart., Third Secretary: Recommended for Chinese language allowance. (10)Letter of introduction for "Colonel" D. Lamb of the Salvation Army. (11)Expense of defending Hankow concessions during revolution. (12)Australian Immigration Restriction Act. (13)Transfer of Imperial Maritime Customs Service properties in British concessions from estate of Sir Robert Hart to Francis A. Aglen, new Inspector General. (14)British gunboat on Upper Yangtze. (15)Sir John Jordan: Increase in salary. (16) Court of Consuls at Hankow. (17)Signing of documents by Vice Minister of Wai Chiao Pu. (18)Letters of introduction for Wallace A. Farley of Huntley and Palmers Ltd. (19)Russian activity in Kashgar, New Dominion, and Mongolia. (20)German technical schools in China. (21)Rifles held on loan by British municipal councils at Tientsin. (22)Expenses of military guards for Peking-Shanhaikuan Railway. (23)Permission for Chen Han-ping, Chinese journalist, to return to Burma. (24)Movements of H.M. ships in Far Eastern waters. (25)Dr. Morrison, Political Adviser to Republican government: Interviews on political and economic issues. (26)Loans on provincial railways.

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42 . --741幅. --Volume 1349. China Political (cont). 子目: (1)Relations between consuls and naval and military officers in China. (2)Formation of Chinese Foreign Legion. (3)German commercial development in Hunan. (4)Export of rice from Hunan. (5)Salt gabelle revenues of China. (6)Piracy on Chekiang coast. (7) Pages 68-89. 36575 Swatow Sanitary Regulations. (8)Macao. (9) Pages 105-111. 37506 Unrest in Yunnan. (10)T. Ainscough's proposed journey of exploration in China. (11) Bye-laws for the British Concession, Tientsin. (12)Questions concerning Chen Tao Chin and John Forster, Chinese Consul General in London. (13)Revision of Chinese import tariff of 1902. (14)Proposed appointment of Maj. G.F. Menzies as Commandant of Chinese Police at Chapei. (15)Restrictions on British officers crossing Burma-China frontier. (16)Protection of inventions, patents, and trademarks in China. (17)Visit of Governor of Hong Kong to Macao. (18)Visit of Firth and Sons Ltd. representative W.F. Newman to China and Japan. (19)High sea fishery development by Germany off Shantung coast. (20)Suggested lighthouse on Paracels Reef. (21)Governor of Macao. (22)Loans secured on mines. (23)Chefoo harbour improvements. (24)Salt permits. (25)Railways in China. (26)New Minister for Foreign Affairs. (27)Chinese National Assembly elections. (28)South Manchurian railway settlements. (29)British-American Tobacco Company Ltd.: Trading on the Amur and Sungari rivers. (30)King's Regulations, Municipal Regulations, and International Regulations. (31)Telegraph service from Yunnanfu and Tengyueh. (32)Chinese Eastern Railway. (33)Yunnan Railway. (34)Indo-Yarkand trade, 1911-12. (35)Chinese competition in South Manchuria. (36)Export of game from Manchuria. (37)Financial condition of provinces. (38)Chinese secret mission to visit Europe. (39)Position of British merchants in China. (40)Proposed introduction of metric system into China. (41)British Engineers' Association. (42)Chinese cruiser Ying Swei and claims of Vickers Ltd. (43)Trade agencies in the interior of China. (44)Admission of Chinese students and merchants into Australia. (45)Importation into China of goods bearing false indications of British origin. (46)Canton bank notes in Hong Kong. (47)Probate fees in China. (48)Green Island Cement Co.'s limestone supply in Hong Kong. (49)Sergeant J.R. Taylor: Transfer of statement of accounts. (50)Passage of Viceroy of Canton in H.M.S. Handy from Canton to Hong Kong, 9 November 1911. (51)Study of battlefields in Manchuria. (52) Leave of Commandant of Shanghai Volunteer Corps. (53)Economic conditions in China.

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43 . --627幅). --Volume 1590. - Volume 1591. China Political (cont.). General Correspondence: Political, 1913. 子目: (1)Chinese Reorganization Loan: Negotiations, other foreign loans, salt revenues and other securities, appointment of foreign advisers. (2)Chinese Reorganization Loan (cont.): Negotiations, other foreign loans, salt revenues and other securities, appointment of foreign advisers.

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44 . --677幅. --Volume 1591-1592 cont. China Political (cont.). Chinese Reorganization Loan (cont.).子目: (1)Negotiations, other foreign loans, salt revenues and other securities, appointment of foreign advisers. (2)Negotiations, Pienlo Railway Loan, other foreign loans, salt revenues and other securities, appointment of foreign advisers, withdrawal of American group.

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45 . --558幅. --Volume 1592-1593 cont. China Political (cont.). Chinese Reorganization Loan (cont.).子目: (1)Negotiations, Pienlo Railway Loan, other foreign loans,
salt revenues and other securities, appointment of foreign advisers, withdrawal of American group. (2)Withdrawal of American group, negotiations, other foreign loans, appointment of foreign advisers, recognition of new Chinese government, salt revenues and other securities, National Assembly ratification issue.

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46 . --533幅. --Volume 1593 - 1594 cont. China Political (cont.). Chinese Reorganization Loan (cont.).子目: (1)Negotiations, other foreign loans. (2)Negotiations, other foreign loans, signing of Chinese Government Reorganisation Loan Agreement, appointment of foreign advisers, freeing of industrial loans.

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47 . --533幅. --Volume 1594 - 1595 cont. China Political (cont.). Chinese Reorganization Loan (cont.).子目: (1)Appointment of foreign advisers, freeing of industrial loans, other foreign loans. (2)Freeing of industrial loans, currency reform loan, salt revenues and other securities, second series of reorganization loan.

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48 . --477幅. --Volume 1595 - 1596 cont. China Political (cont.). Chinese Reorganization Loan (cont.).子目: (1)Currency reform loan, second series of reorganization loan. (2)Opium: Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade, Mexico opium trade.

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49 . --457幅. --Volume 1597. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, International Opium Convention, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade, reports on international opium trade and regulation.

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50 . --539幅. --Volume 1598 - 1599. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.).子目: (1)International Opium Convention, reports on international opium trade and regulation, Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade and Macao-Hong Kong Opium Agreement. (2)Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, International Opium Convention, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade and Macao-Hong Kong Opium Agreement.

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51 . --552幅. --Volume 1599 - 1600 cont. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, International Opium Convention, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade and Macao-Hong Kong Opium Agreement. (2)Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade and Macao-Hong Kong Opium Agreement, International Opium Convention, reports on international opium trade and regulation, revision of Anglo-Chinese Opium Agreement of 1911, Indian opium trade.

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52 . --525幅. --Volume 1600 - 1601 cont. China Political (cont.).Opium (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Macao and Hong Kong opium trade and Macao-Hong Kong Opium Agreement, International Opium Convention, reports on international opium trade and regulation, revision of Anglo-Chinese Opium Agreement of 1911, Indian opium trade. (2)International Opium Convention, Second International Opium Conference, Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, reports on international opium trade and regulation.

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53 . --568幅. --Volume 1601 - 1602 cont. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.) .子目: (1)International Opium Convention, Second International Opium Conference, Chinese suppression of opium trade and cultivation, Indian opium trade, reports on international opium trade and regulation. (2)Revision of Chinese import tariff of 1902. (3)Hukuang Railways loan. (4)Chinese currency loan and currency reform. (5)Military operations and situation reports from Military Attaché.

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54 . --346幅. --Volume 1602 cont. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan frontier and Assam-Tibet frontier: Surveying and boundary marking, annual Frontier Meetings, military and police activity.

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55 . --548幅. --Volume 1603 - 1604 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-Yunnan frontier and Assam-Tibet frontier: Surveying and boundary marking, military and police activity. (2)British and other foreign troops in China. (3)Boxer indemnity arrears payments.

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56 . --846幅. --Volume 1604 - 1605 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Boxer indemnity arrears payments. (2)Financial affairs of Canton and Kwangtung governments. (3)Protection of trademarks in China. (4)Visit of Hong Kong Governor to Governor-General of Kwangtung at Canton. (5)Rifles on loan to British Municipal Council, Tientsin. (6)King's Regulations and other regulations for consular districts in China.

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57 . --626幅. --Volume 1606 - 1607. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)King's Regulations and other regulations for consular districts in China (cont.). (2)Russian-Japanese agreement on industrial property in China. (3)Proposed Chinchow-Chaoyang extension of Peking-Mukden Railway. (4)Joint expedition of Portuguese and Chinese against pirates of islands of Vong Cam. (5)Eastern Pioneer Company's Szechuan mining concession claim against Chinese government.

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58 . --587幅. --Volume 1607 - 1608 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Eastern Pioneer Company's Szechuan mining concession claim against Chinese government (cont.). (2)Expenses incurred in protection of foreigners during the revolution. (3)Mongolia: Declaration of independence, treaty and protocol with Russia, Mongolian mission to St. Petersburg, military activity, Russo-Chinese negotiations.

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59 . --606幅. --Volume 1608 - 1609 cont. China Political (cont.). Mongolia 、Tibet (cont.).子目: (1)Russo-Chinese agreement on Mongolia, foreign trade with independent Mongolia. (2)Status and boundaries of Tibet, evacuation of Chinese military expedition in Tibet, military activities in Tibetan-Szechuan Marches, Anglo-Chinese memoranda and negotiations concerning Tibet, Tibet-Mongolia relations.

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60 . --99卷(幅). --Volume 1609 - 1610 cont. China Political (cont.). Tibet (cont.).子目: (1)Evacuation of Chinese military expedition in Tibet, Tibet-Mongolia relations. (2) Evacuation of Chinese military expedition in Tibet, military activities in Tibetan-Szechuan Marches, Anglo-Chinese negotiations concerning Tibet, Tibet-Mongolia relations, visit of Tibetan boys to England, proposed Chinese-Tibetan negotiations in India, Anglo-Russian relations concerning Tibet, Chinese Customs officer at Yatung.

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61 . --529幅. --Volume 1610 - 1611 cont. China Political (cont.). Tibet (cont.).子目: (1)Military activities in the Tibetan-Szechuan Marches, proposed Chinese-Tibetan negotiations in India, evacuation of Chinese military expedition in Tibet. (2)Evacuation of Chinese military expedition in Tibet, visit of Tibetan boys to England, proposed Anglo-Tibetan-Chinese tripartite negotiations on Tibet, Chinese Customs officer at Yatung, events in Tibetan-Szechuan Marches.

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62 . --630幅. --Volume 1612 - 1613 cont. China Political (cont.). Tibet (cont.)子目: (1)Tripartite negotiations on Tibet, events in Tibetan-Szechuan Marches, Chinese Customs officer at Yatung. (2)Tripartite Conference on Tibet at Simla.

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63 . --565幅. --Volume 1613 - 1614 cont. China Political (cont.). Tibet (cont.)子目: (1)Tripartite Conference on Tibet at Simla, Chiamdo negotiations on Tibet, military activity in Tibetan-Szechuan Marches, Tibet-Mongolia agreement, French loan to Szechuan government. (2)Survey work in China. (3)Canton-Kowloon Railway: likin charges on rail goods, loans to Canton Provincial Railway Co. and Yuet Han Railway Co. (4)Manchurian territory leased by Japan. (5)Canadian missionaries attacked by Chinese robbers.

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64 . --592幅. --Volume 1614 - 1615 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Canadian missionaries attacked by Chinese robbers (cont.). (2)Delays in transmission of Foreign Office mail through Siberia. (3)Appointment of foreign legal adviser to Chinese government. (4)Construction of lighthouse in vicinity of Paracels Reef. (5)T. H. Lyons, Third Secretary: Arrival. (6)Position of British merchants in China. (7)Chinese National Railway Corporation. (8)Establishment of national bank in Mongolia. (9)Chinese salt gabelle. (10)Naval affairs in China: Royal Navy reports. (11)Russian military activity and other events in Chinese Turkestan.

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65 --561幅. --Volume 1615 - 1616 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Russian military activity and other events in Chinese Turkestan (cont.). (2)Construction of Russian consulate on Shameen Island, Canton. (3)Taotai's securities at Shanghai. (4)University of Hong Kong and proposed university for central China. (5)Chinese financial representatives abroad. (6)Chinese naval officers training with Royal Navy or studying at Royal Naval College, Greenwich. (7)Piracy and robberies in Kwangtung. (8)Chinese emigration to North Borneo. (9)Railway construction in China. (10)Pekin Syndicate's mining concessions in Honan and action against Herbert P. King.

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66. --563幅. --Volume 1616 - 1617 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Pekin Syndicate's action against Herbert P. King. (2)Russo-Chinese Treaty of Commerce of 1881. (3)Election of representatives to Chinese National Assembly by residents abroad. (4)Taxation of cigarettes of British American Tobacco Co. at Mukden. (5)Chinese provincial loans. (6)Chinese claims for losses in Cardiff riots. (7)Commander-in-Chief, China Station: Appointment of R. Adm. Thomas H.M. Jerram to succeed Adm. Sir Alfred Winsloe. (8)Kynoch Ltd.'s arms contracts with Chinese government and British Engineers' Association on development of British engineering interests in China. (9)Plan of Harbin. (10)Salt Administration placed under Ministry of Finance.

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67. --603幅. --Volume 1618 - 1619 China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Indian Army staff officers' visit to study battlefields in Manchuria and attack by villagers. (2)Leases in British concessions in China. (3)Pearson and Co. proposal to undertake public works in China. (4)Provincial loans by British banks: Summary of defaults in payment. (5)Yunnan Syndicate: Railway concession as compensation for bond payment failure. (6)Misses Kemp and McDougall. (7)German schools in China and teaching of German in Chinese schools. (8)Police service in China. (9)Taxation of British subjects and consular jurisdiction in Russian and Japanese concessions in China. (10)Rights of navigation on Amur and Sungari Rivers. (11)Trade agencies in interior of China. (12)Visit of Japanese professor to Nepal. (13)Export of game from Manchuria. (14)Claim against late Spanish Consul General at Shanghai. (15) Peking-Hankow Railway Redemption Loan bonds.

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68. --580幅. --Volume 1619 cont. China Political (cont). 子目: (1)Peking-Hankow Railway Redemption Loan bonds (cont.). (2)Burma-Tengyueh railway. (3)Wah Chang Mining and Smelting Co. antimony concession in Hunan. (4)Lt. Col. Salvage's documents for travel in Chinese Turkestan. (5)Goods bearing false indication of British origin. (6)Kashgar Consul General's Diary and Abstract of News Reports: November 1912 to October 1913 [missing August 1913]. (7)Nepal: Invitation to join Chinese Republic. (8)New building at Shanghai for Royal Asiatic Society. (9)Chinese Anglo-American Friendship Association. (10)Murder of Subadar Ali Shafa at Canton. (11)Japanese Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs on affairs in China. (12)Mutiny of Chinese troops in Yunnan. (13)Tientsin-Pukow Railway. (14)Death of Empress Dowager. (15)Pukow-Hsinyang Railway. (16)Summaries of events in provinces. (17)Relations between Canton government and government of Hong Kong. (18)Buyers of metallic bedsteads at Macao. (19)Letters of introduction for Messrs. Cookson and Company's representative to certain places in China, Japan, and India. (20)Provincial officials: Changes in titles and duties and effect on relations with consuls. (21)Canadian Commissioner of Commerce to be attached to H.M. Representatives at Tokyo and Peking. (22)Charles E. Etti. (23)Teaching jobs in China. (24)Mixed Court at Shanghai: Suggested introduction of flogging as punishment.

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69. --562幅. --Volume 1620 - 1621 cont. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Mixed Court at Shanghai: Suggested introduction of flogging as punishment (cont.). (2)Instruction at School of Musketry, Hythe, for certain officers in Shanghai Volunteer Corps. (3)Permission for Chinese subject to join a British cavalry regiment. (4)International Export Company, Hankow. (5)Preferential rates for Chinese Eastern and South Manchurian Railways. (6)Production of petroleum in China. (7)Annual Report for 1912. (8)Stoppage of Green Island Cement Company's limestone supply by Canton government. (9)Improper use of Canadian naturalisation papers and passports by Hum Kip. (10)Railway construction in Yunnan and Szechuan. (11)Yunnan railway goods traffic. (12)Distribution of foreign troops and guns in North China. (13)Anglo-Japanese Nanking-Hunan railway project. (14)New passport regulations. (15)Question of recognition of Carl Engstrom's services in 1901. (16)Chinese Central Railways. (17)Leave of Commandant, Shanghai Volunteer Corps.

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70. --574幅. --Volume 1621 cont. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Leave of Commandant, Shanghai Volunteer Corps, and appointment of replacement. (2)Proposed settlement at Pukow. (3)Competition of British and other foreign firms in Yunnan. (4)Permission for Capt. G.H. Douglas Pennant to travel in Chinese Turkestan. (5)U.S. warships to visit Hong Kong. (6)International Bankers' Commission quarterly reports on Customs revenues, 31 October 1912 to 30 September 1913. (7)Direct communication between public bodies and individuals in Hong Kong and H.M. Representative at Peking. (8)Kiaochow: Summary of memorandum on development. (9)Recognition of Chinese Republic: Preconditions, recognition by other countries, discussion of form of recognition, election of Yuan Shi Kai as first President of Chinese Republic.

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71. --574幅. --Volume 1622 - 1623 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Recognition of Chinese Republic (cont.): Election and inauguration of Yuan Shi Kai as first President of Chinese Republic, British recognition of Republic. (2)Immigration into Bermuda. (3)Passport for Charles H. Bury to travel in Chinese Turkestan. (4)Kashgar-lrkestchtam telegraph. (5)Interview with new Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs. (6)Establishment of industrial bank in China by Franco-Belgian syndicate. (7)British subjects qualified to act as interpreters in Chinese. (8)First Secretary: Leave of absence from Legation. (9)Assassination of Sung Chiao Jen: International Mixed Court at Shanghai remits accessory Ying Kwei Hsing to Chinese government for trial. (10)Award of contract for Peking Legation electrical plant to Siemens Brothers and Company, Ltd. (11)Mir of Hunza's right to collect grazing fees in Taghdumbash Pamirs. (12)Rumors of Standard Oil Company loan to China in return for exclusive oil rights. (13)Resignation of Capt. W.R.M. Parr from Special Reserve of Officers in consequence of holding permanent appointment in Chinese civil service. (14)Passport for Capt. A.S.J. Wilson and wife to travel to Tientsin. (15)Confidential report on Maj. D.S. Robertson, Military Attaché Pages (16)German foreign policy towards China. (17)British Ambassador's report on Heads of Missions in Peking. (18)E.S. Little: Recognition of services rendered. (19)Effects of the revolution in China: Memorandum by Maj. Pereira. (20)Volunteers for Customs outdoor staff in China.Trademark regulations in China. (21)Chinese Superintendents of Customs. (22)Dr. Gray, Legation Doctor: Permission to take fees for private practice. (23)Financial position and commercial prospects obtaining in China today: Interviews with leading government, diplomatic, and business figures in China. (24)Military Report on Railways in China: Draft from Director of Military Operations. Pages

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72. --590幅. --Volume 1623 - 1624 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Military Report on Railways in China (cont.): Draft from Director of Military Operations. (2)Bankruptcy of H.A. Bush of Newchwang and claim of Chinese creditor. (3)Bhutanese relations with Tibet and Britain. (4)Claim of G.H. Trent against Chinese government. (5)Affairs in China: Insurrection and military operations by "southern" (Kuomintang) rebel and "northern" government forces, indications of Japanese support for rebels, exclusion of rebel leaders from Hong Kong, movements of British troops and warships, situation at Canton and Hong Kong.

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73. --528幅. --Volume 1625. China Political (cont.). Affairs in China (cont.).子目: (1)Southern insurrection and government and rebel military operations, situation at Canton and Hong Kong, movements of British troops and ships, Japan-China relations, Chinese attacks on foreign persons and naval vessels, flight of rebel leaders to Singapore.

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74. --493幅. --Volume 1626. China Political (cont.). Affairs in China (cont.).子目: (1)Southern insurrection aftermath, dissolution of Kuomintang, Japan-China relations, movements of British troops and ships, Chinese attacks on foreign persons and naval vessels. (2)Appointment of various foreign advisers. (3)Canada and the Chinese. (4)British naval instructors for Chinese Fleet. (5)Purchase of war material by Chinese provinces. (6)Export of rice and other cereals from Honan. (7)Chefoo breakwater. (8)Natural history specimens for British Museum. (9)Annual summary of medical reports from British consulates in China. (10)Sino-Japanese agreement for reduction on customs duties for goods imported into Manchuria from Korea. (11)Currency of Hong Kong.

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75. --456幅. --Volume 1627. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Loan to China Merchants Steam Navigation Company. (2)Right of foreign merchants to trade in Peking. (3)Alston, Councillor: Arrival at Peking. (4)Locomotives for Peking-Mukden Railway. (5)FO Registry Number 24703 Loans on state railways and mines. (6)Murder of Rev. F. Day at Chichow. (7)Complaint against consuls general at Canton and Yokohama. (8)Surgical instruments in Legation. (9)Subversive society formed in International Settlement, Shanghai. (10)Cattle plague epidemic at Amoy, 1913. (11)Letters of introduction for visit of B.J. Nicholson to the Far East. (12)Chinese Reorganisation Loan Agreement and Anhwei loan claim of M. Samuel and Company. (13)Sir John Jordan, Minister: Leave. (14)Report by the Inspector-General of Oversea Forces of an Inspection at Shanghai. (15)Conditions in China. (16)Treaty ports: Revised list. (17)Plague at Shanghai. (18)Land defences of Hong Kong. (19)Survey map of Tientsin, concessions, and native city. (20)Letters of introduction to H.M. representatives at Peking and Tokyo. (21)Revolutionary movement in French Indo-China. (22)Letters of introduction for Pocock Brothers representative C.W. Young to H.M. representatives in the Far East. (23)Report by the Inspector-General of the Oversea Forces on the Foreign Contingents in North China. (24)Transmission of political messages from Chinese in Hong Kong to Chinese government through H.M. Legation in Peking. (25)Sir John Jordan: Dates of leave. (26)Translation of "United Kingdom" into Chinese in treaties and other public documents. (27)Drainage alterations at H.M. Legation. (28)Mining regulations in China. (29)Death of Grant at Pohong, Mongolia. (30)English Mounted Police Service in China. (31)Subsidies to central government from Chinese provinces. (32)Court of Consuls at Hankow. (33)China's budget. (34)Letter of introduction for J.W. Smith, Managing Director of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company. (35)Levy of import duty on cargo lost in course of being landed.

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76. --573幅. --Volume 1628. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Pauling and Company, Ltd. negotiations with China over railway concessions. (2)Tour of inspection in Far East by Brigadier General R.T.H. Law, Inspector of Army Ordnance Services. (3)Levy of export duty on linen imported into China for reexport. (4)Letter of introduction to H.M. Consul General at Shanghai for representative of Calico Printers' Association. (5)Dr. G.D. Gray, Legation Physician: Early return from leave. (6)Russian consulates at Kobdo and Shara-Sumeh. (7)Occupation of Chapei and extension of Shanghai settlement. (8)Lt. A.W. Woo of Chinese Army Medical Service requests to be attached to Third London Field Ambulance for annual training,1913. (9)Japanese Legation at Peking: Yamaza assumes charge from ljuin as Minister. (10)Issue of gold notes in Leased Territory by Yokohama Specie Bank. (11) Belgian Tatungfu-Chengtu railway loan to China. (12)Postal arrangements via Siberia. (13)G.H. Douglas-Pennant requests permission for travel in Pamirs. (14)Chinese Anglo-American Friendship Association presents Year Book of the Chinese Republic to the Foreign Office. (15)Outbreak of cholera at Foochow. (16)German Minister von Haxthausen's temporary leave for operation in Germany. (17)Interpretation of rules of trade annexed to Import Tariff of 1902. (18)Chinese immigration restriction acts. (19)Kashmiri claims against Tibet. (20)Return of persons and regulations of Australian Immigration Restriction Act. (21)Sir R. Hart's properties in British concessions in China: Transfer to Aglen. (22)Loan to Chinese government by Austrian banks. (23)W.V. Drummond's claim against Chinese government. (24)Requisition of gunboats by consuls in emergencies. (25)Deportation of undesirables from Hong Kong. (26)Boundaries of Hong Kong. (27)Railway construction in China. (28)South Manchuria Syndicate concessions in Tung Wha and Huai Jen districts of Manchuria. (29)Appointment of Lt. Col. CD. Bruce as police adviser to Chinese government. (30)Reports of German instructors for the Chinese Army denied by German Foreign Office. (31)British Engineers' Association requests use of British Field Post Office. (32)Second Lt. Hayley-Bell, Shanghai Volunteer Corps, seeks attachment to regiment of regular cavalry. (33)Plague prevention in Manchuria. (34)Appointment of British officer to school for training officers for Chinese navy. (35)New uniform for Chinese navy. (36)Far Eastern Association of Tropical Medicine. (37)Telegrams regarding Tibet and China intercepted by government of India. (38)British-American Tobacco Company appreciation of services of H.B.M. Minister and Hangchow Consul. (39)Dredging operations in the Whangpoo River. (40)Command of international forces at Shanghai settlement during insurrection. (41)Desertion of Chinese seamen at Australian ports. (42)Japanese loans to China for railway construction in Manchuria. (43)Trial of mixed cases [those in which one party is Chinese and the other a foreigner].

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77. --513幅. --Volume 1629. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Applications by Chinese for trading licenses in Pretoria, South Africa. (2)Execution of Chan King Wah, Chief of Police in Kwangtung Province. (3)Purchase of surgical instruments for H. M. Legation, Peking. (4)Sir John Jordan: Extension of his appointment as H. M. Minister, Peking. (5)Robertson Lawson and Company, the City Improvements Company, and their mining concession in Manchuria. (6)Indo-Yarkand Trade Report for 1912-13. (7)Permission for W.B. Cotton to travel in Chinese Turkestan. (8)J. A. Malcom's scheme for public works construction trust in China. (9)Hongkong and Shanghai Bank proposals for reorganisation of China's finances. (10)Letter of introduction for J. J. Williams, representative of The Standard, to H. M. Minister at Peking. (11)Appointment of Rigg to reorganize Chinese mints. (12)Control of appointments in Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs. (13)R. Hayne's proposed journey to Chinese Pamirs and Chinese and Russian Central Asia. (14)Chinese loan of £2,500,000 6 percent Chinese national bonds. (15)India Office telegrams on Tibet conference. (16)Development of mines in Kwangsi Province. (17)Arthur Dióy's lecture The Awakening of China. (18)Eric Layman seeks engineering employment with railway projects in China. (19)Reciprocal protection of patents, trademarks, etc. in China. (20)Chinese administration under new regime. (21)Chinese relations with India: Chinese telegrams intercepted by India Office. (22)W. J. C. Laurie seeks permission to travel from India to Europe via Chinese and Russian Turkestan. (23)Chinese customs tariff query. (24)Objections to play Wu to be produced at Strand Theatre. (25)Affairs in Szechuan: Intelligence Report for September Quarter 1913. (26)U.S. Legation: Arrival of Dr. Paul Reinsch to take up position as Minister. (27)Financial conditions in Sinkiang Province. (28)Purchase of bonds of Nanking Loan of 1912. (29)Herr Anton K. Gebaner's scientific expedition to Yunnan and southeast Tibet. (30)Failure of Chinese admiral to call on acting governor while on visit to Hong Kong. (31)British trade interest in Yangtze region: Report of Royal Navy officer. (32)Situation in Canton and neighborhood: Intelligence report. (33)Austrian loan to Chinese government. (34)Inquiry into employment with Chinese Frontier Police. (35)Proposed Szechuan loan. (36)Loans for Chinese engineering contracts. (37)Relations between central government and provinces: Presidential mandate. (38)Vickers Ltd. construction of cruiser for Chinese government. (39)Oil concession in Shensi Province. (40)Upkeep of roads adjoining Peking Legation: Chinese contributions. (41)Loans to China: Activity of French financiers. (42)Landslides on Burma-China frontier. (43)Chinese administrative appointments. (44)Foreign spheres of influence in China.

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78. --423幅. --Volume 1924. China Political (cont.). Opium.子目: (1)Ratification of International Opium Convention of 1912, other national and local regulations and returns of trade, stocks of Indian opium for sale in China.

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79. --445幅. --Volume 1925. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.). 子目: (1)Stocks of Indian opium for sale in China, ratification of International Opium Convention of 1912, other national and local regulations and returns of trade, suppression of cultivation and trade in China, preparation for Hague Opium Conference of 1914.

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80. --889幅. --Volume 1926 - 1927. China Political (cont.). Opium (cont.).子目: (1)Suppression of cultivation and trade in China, stocks of Indian opium for sale in China, ratification of International Opium Convention of 1912, Hague Opium Conference of 1914, other national and local regulations and returns of trade, extension of Opium Commissioner appointment. (2)Conclusion of Hague Opium Conference of 1914, suppression of cultivation and trade in China, other national and local regulations and returns of trade, stocks of Indian opium for sale in China, ratification of International Opium Convention of 1912, extension of Opium Commissioner appointment.

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81. --869幅. --Volume 1928 - 1929. China Political (cont.). Tibet.子目: (1)Foreign troops and naval forces in China. (2)Tripartite Conference, events in Tibetan Marches. (3)Tripartite Conference, events in Tibetan Marches, new Tibet Trade Regulations.

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82. --846幅. --Volume 1930 - 1931. China Political (cont.). Tibet (cont.).子目: (1)Events in Tibetan Marches, Tripartite Conference and draft convention, related side negotiations with Russia concerning Afghanistan. (2)Tripartite Conference and draft convention, training and equipment for Tibetan military, new Tibet Trade Regulations, events in Tibetan Marches, Russian Buddhist pilgrims seeking entry to Tibet through India, Chinese mission to Lhasa.

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83. --473幅. --Volume 1932. China Political (cont.). Tibet (cont.).子目: (1)Events in Tibetan Marches, Chinese mission to Lhasa, new Tibet Trade Regulations, Anglo-Tibetan Declaration, training and equipment for Tibetan military. (2)Anglo-French competition for railway concessions in Yunnan, Szechuan, and southern China. (3)Circulation of bonds for Nanking provincial loan of 1912. (4)Peking-Hankow Railway Redemption Loan bonds.

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84. --608幅. --Volume 1933 - 1934. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Chinese Government Reorganization Loan: Proposed second issue, currency loan, salt revenues, payment of foreign claims due to revolution. (2)Chinese Shasi-Hslngyl railway concession agreement with Pauling and Company. (3)Political events in China: Yuan Shi Kai suspends elected bodies and abolishes cabinet government, political murders, changes in national and provincial officials, new constitution and Council of State. (4)Reports by Military Attaché Railway progress, gendarmerie plan, The Chinese Army in the Rebellion of 1913.

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85. --572幅. --Volume 1934 - 1935 cont. China Political (cont.). Reports by Military Attaché(cont.).子目: (1)The Chinese Army in the Rebellion of 1913; military, naval, and police reforms; journalism; railways. (2)Protection of British American Tobacco Company trademarks in Manchuria. (3)Industrial loans to Chinese provincial and national governments. (4)Loans for Chinese engineering contracts. (5)Piracies and robberies in Kwangtung and Kwangsi. (6)Piracies and robberies in Kwangtung and Kwangsi (cont.). (7)Complaint by Calico Printers Association against Commercial Attaché Peking, and consular officers at Shanghai and Tientsin. (8)Pukow-Sinyang Railway. (9)Burma-China frontier: Operations for 1913-14.

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86. --568幅. --Volume 1935 - 1936 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Burma-China frontier (cont.): Operations for 1914. (2)Shanghai-Ningpo Railway. (3)Extension of Hankow foreign concessions. (4)Pre-1900 loan and Boxer indemnity payments. (5)Establishment of British University in China at Hankow.

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87. --576幅. --Volume 1936 - 1937 cont. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Establishment of British University in China at Hankow (cont.). (2)Chinese-Japanese negotiations over Nagasaki-Shanghai telegraph cable. (3)British postal agencies in China. (4)Mongolia: British commercial interests, Tripartite Conference on Tibet, Russian relations. (5)Applications for trading licenses by Chinese at Pretoria. (6) Import duty on cargo lost or destroyed in disembarkation. (7)Kiaochow: Regulations relating to visits of foreign warships and landing of soldiers and sailors at Tsingtao. (8)Japanese development in Manchuria. (9)Opening of Chinese ports to foreign trade. (10)Revision of Chinese import tariff. (11)Governor of French Indochina's visit to Yunnan. (12)Pukow development programs and loans. (13)Belgian railway concession from Tatungfu to Chengtu.

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88. --581幅. --Volume 1938 - 1939. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Allowance to L.M. King while engaged as intelligence officer on Tibetan frontier. (2)French loan to Szechuan Province. (3)British firms and Yunnan Industrial Loan. (4)Beilby Alston: Departure from Peking. (5)Loans to China: Loan for short-term foreign debts, second issue of Reorganization Loan. (6)Customs revenue for 1913. (7)Facilities for Hayne's journey to Chinese Turkestan and Russian Central Asia. (8)Appointment of Maj. Bruce as Police Adviser to Chinese government. (9)Chinese in Australia. (10)Japanese and British competition for railway concessions in Manchuria and Mongolia. (11)Standard Oil Company's petroleum concession in Shensi. (12)Capt. H. Christian's appointment under Chinese government. (13)South Manchuria Railway. (14)Organisation of engineering firms entitled "Representation for British Manufacturers, Ltd." (15)Canton and Kwangtung provincial loan.

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89. --614幅. --Volume 1939 - 1940. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Canton and Kwangtung provincial loan (cont.). (2)Colonial immigration restriction enactments. (3)Industrial loans in China. (4)German Shantung railway concessions. (5)Anglo-Japanese industrial cooperation in China. (6)Restrictions on immigration to New Zealand. (7)Mutiny of Chinese troops at Talifu. (8)Training and education of Chinese naval students and officers in England. (9)Proposed visit of Madame A. David Neal to Tibet. (10)Letter of introduction for E. J. Grant Smith of Asiatic Petroleum Co. Ltd., visiting Hong Kong and South China. (11)Spheres of interest of foreign powers in China. (12)French concession at Shanghai. (13)Dalton Parsons & Co. proposed loan to China. (14)Hukuang railways: Extensions and loans. (15)Letters of introduction for Drs. Leiper and Atkinson of Christ College, Cambridge.

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90. --588幅. --Volume 1940 - 1941. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Letters of introduction for Drs. Leiper and Atkinson of Christ College, Cambridge (cont.). (2)Lanchow-Haichow Railway. (3)Shanghai Mixed Court, Land Office, and extension of international settlement. (4)Pekin Syndicate Ltd.: Nationality of ownership, their Honan mines, proceedings against King, mining rights in Kansu and Shansi. (5)Mir of Hunza's rights in Taghdumbash Pamirs and Raskam. (6)F. K. Ward's travels on Yunnan-Tibet frontier. (7)Competition of British and Japanese industrial interests in China: Nanking-Hsingtan Railway and other projects.

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91. --628幅. --Volume 1941- 1942. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Competition of British and Japanese industrial interests in China: Nanking-Hsingtan Railway and other projects (cont.). (2)American trade in Asia. (3)Vickers Ltd. business in China. (4)Australian Immigration Act, 1901-1912. (5)China Association Annual Report. (6)Shanghai Mixed Court. (7)Activities of "White Wolf" brigands in Honan and Hupei.

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92. --596幅. --Volume 1942 - 1943. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Activities of "White Wolf" brigands in Honan, Hupei, Shensi, and Kansu. (2)Dr. Chen Chin Tao takes up post as Financial Agent in London. (3)Kashgar Consul General's Diary and News Abstract, November 1913 to September 1914 [August missing]. (4)Proposed formation of British syndicate for promotion of industrial enterprises in China. (5)Annual Report for 1913. (6)Wireless telegraphy in China: Marconi Co. negotiations with government and German wireless station at Wusung. (7)Murder of Baluchi soldier and trial of mixed cases. (8)Visit of Lt. Gen. Baron Fukushima, Governor General of Kwangtung Leased Territory, to Peking. (9)Return of Instruments and Surgical Appliances in Legation Dispensary, January 1914. (10)Death of Malunga, Mongol raider responsible for death of Grant. (11)South Manchurian Syndicate's mining concession. (12)Chinese government efforts to prevent overseas sale or export of arms to Chinese rebels. (13)Foreign claims against Chinese government arising from revolution of 1911-1912. (14)American Huai River Conservancy Loan. (15)Sino-Japanese agreement for reduction of land frontier customs duties at Antung.

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93. --612幅. --Volume 1943 - 1944. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Sino-Japanese agreement for reduction of land frontier customs duties at Antung (cont.). (2)Recent events in China. (3)Commercial Attaché in China: Duties, headquarters, and need for assistants. (4)Pearson's Canton-Nanchang and Canton-Chaochowfu railway concession agreements. (5)Bhamo-Tengyueh Railway. (6)Chinese currency. (7)Chinese police contribution to upkeep of Legation Quarter roads. (8)Deportation of undesirable Chinese British subjects from Hong Kong.

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94. --584幅. --Volume 1944 - 1945. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Deportation of undesirable Chinese British subjects from Hong Kong (cont.). (2)Prison conditions in Urga. (3)Exploration of Mt. Everest from Tibetan side. (4)Tobacco trade with China: Monopoly, trade bureau, excise revenues. (5)Railway construction in China. (6)Acquisition by foreigners of land at Pukow. (7)Annual General Summary of Medical Reports from His Majesty's Consulates in China. (8)Newchwang Trade Report for 1913. (9)Russian gift of rifle and cartridges to Taotai of Aksu. (10)Presence of Chinese political prisoners in Malaya. (11)Kidnapping of Chinese British subject, Duncan Lee, at Canton. (12)Royal Asiatic Society's premises at Shanghai. (13)Employment of Chinese firemen by "Park" Steamship Co. Ltd. of Glasgow. (14)Sir Somerville Head, Second Secretary: Leave of absence. (15)Kiaochow economic development. (16)Political events in Sinkiang. (17)Eastern Pioneer and Pritchard Morgan Co.'s Szechuan mining concession.

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95. --527幅. --Volume 1945 - 1946. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Eastern Pioneer and Pritchard Morgan Co.'s Szechuan mining concession (cont.). (2)Employment in Chinese Telegraph Service. (3)Control of China Merchants' Steam Navigation Co.: Loan to Chinese government to prevent non-British foreign acquisition. (4)Rumoured Bethlehem Steel Corp. naval loan to China. (5)German trade and interests in China. (6)Chinese stamp tax law. (7)Maritime customs and loan indemnity service. (8)Green Island Cement Company's claims against Kwangtung and central governments. (9)R. Macleay, Councillor: Arrival at Peking. (10)Annual report on services of Military Attaché. (11)Arrest of Chinese British subject by Chinese authorities at Tientsin. (12)Shanghai Volunteer Corps: Attachment of Sgt. J. S. Hay to Royal Field Artillery. (13)Mining development in China and appointment of A.S. Wheler as Technical Inspector-General. (14)Hong Kong reports on "White Wolf and Japanese industrial activity in China. (15)Registration of British subjects in Chinese Turkestan. (16)Foreign advisers to Chinese government. (17)Provincial loans. (18)Extracts from report of Commander-in-Chief, China, on affairs in China. (19)South Manchuria Railway Co. (20) Climatic conditions of Shanghai. (21)Russian policy on Northern Manchuria. (22)Relations between French Indo-China and China. (23)French Consul General in Yunnanfu. (24)Amendment to Hong Kong Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, 1900. (25)Anglo-French China Corporation's contract with Peking Tramways Co. (26)Position and status of Chinese in Netherlands East Indies. (27)Samuel's Co. railway concession in Yangtze Valley.

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96. --420幅. --Volume 1947. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Visit of Gen. Sun Wu to Berlin. (2)Education of Chinese students in England. (3)Trade with China in British refined sugar. (4)Annual Report on Heads of Missions in Peking. (5)Treatment of Chinese subjects in South Africa. (6)Commercial mission to China: Commercial Intelligence Committee of the Board of Trade despatches. (7)Admiralty claim for expenses in connection with occupation of Canton (August 1913). (8)Imposition of head tax on Chinese and Turkish subjects entering Jamaica. (9)Supply of arms for Inspectorate-General of Customs at Peking. (10)Chinese Budget for 1913-1914. (11)Amoy Mixed Court. (12)Native agencies in the interior and revolution claims. (13)Proposed suspension of night train service from Kowloon to Canton. (14)Anglo-French Investment Company. (15)Appointment of officer of Regular Army to command Shanghai Volunteer Corps. (16)Abolition of trade within fifty-verst zone along Russo-Chinese land frontier. (17)British engineers in China. (18)Tientsin-Pukow Railway. (19)Seebohm and Dieckstahl Ltd. steel trade in China. (20)Military Attache's report on British subjects qualified to act as interpreters in China. (21)Protection of patent rights and trademarks in China. (22)Proposed loan of £500,000 to Chinese government for railway rolling-stock purchase. (23)Sir Richard Dane, Adviser and Chief Inspector of the Salt Administration: Increase in salary. (24)Samples and models of British engineering products for Peking University. (25)Seditious movement among Sikhs at Hankow. (26)Recall of Chinese Minister in London and his replacement.

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97. --664幅. --Volume 1948. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)25664 Exchange of visits between Governor of Hong Kong, Tutu of Kwangtung, and Civil Governor. (2)Manager of Peking Chartered Electric Light Co. (3)Sudden death of Japanese Minister, Yamaza. (4)Italo-Swedish convention on protection of industrial property in China. (5)British Trade Agency at Yatung, Annual Report for April 1913 to March 1914. (6)Reception of Lou Tseng Tsiang, Chinese Special Envoy to France, by President of France. (7)Request for Austro-Hungarian Consular Report on trade of China. (8)Northern Frontier of India. (9)Annual Reports of Gyantse Trade Agency and of Civil Dispensary at Gyantse for 1913-14. (10)Finances of Chinese government. (11)Presence of Chinese political agents in Hong Kong. (12)Proposed ?1,000,000 loan to Kwangtung Province. (13)British Finance Bill of 1914 and subjects in business overseas. (14)Hoare, Second Secretary: Arrival in Peking. (15)Straits Settlement Merchant Shipping Ordinance of 1910: Recognition of diplomates of Tsingtao Medical School as doctors for passenger shipping. (16)British consular protection for Swiss subjects in China. (17)Military Report on Railways of China. (18)Expedition in South Chinese Turkestan: Request for letter of recommendation for Dr. Tafel. (19)Harbin municipal administration and taxation. (20)Rolling stock for Peking-Mukden Railway. (21)Tsinanfu settlement regulations and new British consulate. (22)Mutiny of Chinese troops at Kalgan. (23)Thielmann and Co. loans to China. (24)Report on British Trade Agency, Gartok, for 1913. (25)Illegal taxation in Chekiang and Anhui. (26)Objectionable notification issued by Commissioner of Customs at Hankow. (27)Report of arsenal to be constructed by Krupps near Peking. (28)Yuan Chih Chuan. (29)Relations between H.M.G. and Bhutan for 1913-14. (30)Belgian Legation Guard at Peking. (31)Japanese alliance and plans for attack on Kiaochow.

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98. --544幅. --Volume 1949. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Trading with the enemy: Questions concerning business with German and Austrian firms in China. (2)Sir Richard Dane reports departure for Peking. (3)Barton reports departure for China. (4)Russian geographical expedition. (5)Export of soya beans. (6)Railway question in China. (7)Foreign reservists in Chinese Customs Administration. (8)Death of German Minister. (9)Liao River Conservancy. (10)Inquiry concerning safety of Capt. F.E. Hunt and family. (11)Ammunition for Chinese Navy detained by Governor of Hong Kong. (12)Heating and lighting of H.M. Legation at Peking. (13)West River floods at Hong Kong. (14)British Engineers' Association's commissioner in Peking. (15)Lancashire cotton export trade to Far East. (16)Trade situation at Shanghai. (17) German and Austrian firms at Shanghai. (18)Regulation of sale of beef at Yarkand. (19)Recall of Military Attach?and other officers from Peking. (20)Request for information on China. (21)National character of Amhold, Karberg & Co. (22)Remittance from Deutsche-Asiatische Bank at Shanghai to British establishment of Direction der Disconto-Gesellschaft. (23)British garrisons in China during the war.

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99. --616幅. --Volume 1950. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Recall of reserve officers. (2)Status of foreign concessions in China since outbreak of war and treatment of enemy subjects in British concessions. (3)Hongkong and Shanghai Bank packets sent from Tientsin for Hamburg via Siberia. (4)Permission for Nathan to obtain war employment. (5)Letter of introduction for representative of George Philip & Son Ltd. (6)Financial stringency at Hong Kong. (7)Request of War Office for services of Capt. J. T. Ford of the Shanghai Municipal Council. (8)Allowance of Chinese students in London. (9)Sir F. Piggott. (10)Rifles available for sale in China. (11)Frederick Charles Baumann, representative of Siemens Bros, in China. (12)Identification of German naval officer in French Concession of Shanghai. (13)Chinese weights and measures. (14)Redemption of depreciated Hunan government notes held by Asiatic Petroleum Company. (15)Li Chik Sang, British subject, requests assistance for travel to United States. (16)Reduction in Chinese export duty on tea. (17)Indigo trade in Anhui. (18)Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Corp. telegrams concerning Manila Railway Co. (19)German firms in China and Far Eastern trade. (20)Detention at Shanghai of wool consigned by German firm. (21)German press campaign in China. (22)Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Corp. coded telegrams. (23)Siberia mail service. (24)New Chinese Antimony Co. concession in Hunan. (25)Indo-Yarkand Trade Report, 1913-14. (26)Hongkong & Shanghai Bank Corp. coded telegram concerning liquidation of German and Austrian companies. (27)Royal Navy protection of French transport Amiral Olry. (28)Criminal jurisdiction in frontier cases. (29)Whangpoo Conservancy. (30)Austrian Export and Import Co. (31)National holidays in China. (32)'Chinese Post Office in British concession at Nanking. (33)Chinese domestic loan. (34)Passport for Turkish merchant to travel in Kansu and Chinese Turkestan. (35)Detention at Hong Kong of two newspapers published at Shanghai. (36)Consular representation for Chinese in Fiji Islands. (37)German posts on Peking-Shanhaikuan Railway. (38)Joint Investigation Rules of 1868 and court jurisdiction at Shanghai. (39)Messrs. Samuels Hankow reconstruction loan. (40)European volunteers in China for British Army. (41)Proposed visit of Sir J. Jordan to Shanghai and Yangtze ports. (42)Bonds of German issue of Chinese Reorganisation Loan. (43)Foreign trade of China. (44)Soapstone goods from China transhipped from Holland on SS Batavier IV. (45)The war: Opinion of Chinese in Hong Kong. (46)Claim of Li Su Kang against bankruptcy of H. A. Bush. (47)International loans to China: Interbank and Intergroup agreements. (48)D. H. Jackson's claim against Chinese government for property lost in revolution of 1911-12. (49)Outbreak of pneumonic plague in Manchuria. (50)Chinese Army. (51)Depreciation of copper coinage at Shanghai. (52)Lt. Col. CD. Bruce (Police Adviser to Chinese government): Offer of services. (53)Neubrunn (Austrian), employed in Chinese Customs, detained as prisoner at Colombo. (54)Export licenses for shipments of hides and sesamum seed to Europe. (55)Message for Fraser and Chalmers Ltd. (56)Remittance of funds to the United States by German firms in China. (57)Proposed visit of Chinese Inspectors of Schools to Straits Settlements.

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6. --487p.. --China Political. Volume 2298.子目: (1)General Correspondence: Political, 1915. (2)Floods in China: West River floods; Hong Kong assistance to Canton. ate: 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Aug 1915. (3)Status of Anglo-German commercial ventures during wartime. Date: 1 Jan 1915 - 26 Aug 1915.

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7. --536p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2299.子目: (1)Status of Anglo-German commercial ventures during wartime (cont.). Date: 28 Aug 1915 - 27 Dec 1915 (2)Burma-China frontier criminal jurisdiction. Date: 1 Jan 1915 - 2 Mar 1915 (3)Chinese proposal for return of Shantung Province as condition for Chinese neutrality. Date: 2 Jan 1915 - 12 Feb 1915.

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8. --438p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2300.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China. Date: 2 Jan 1915 - 18 May 1915

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9. --436p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2301.子目: (1) British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 18 May 1915 - 19 Jul 1915

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10. --461p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2302.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 19 Jul 1915 - 16 Aug 1915.

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11. --428p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2303.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 17 Aug 1915 - 30 Aug 1915.

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12. --438p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2304.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 30 Aug 1915 - 7 Sep 1915.

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13. --451p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2305.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 8 Sep 1915 - 15 Sep 1915.

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14. --445p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2306.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 15 Sep 1915 - 23 Sep 1915.

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15. --497p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2307.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 23 Sep 1915 - 30 Sep 1915

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16. --444p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2308.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 30 Sep 1915 - 6 Oct 1915.

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17. --440p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2309.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 6 Oct 1915 - 13 Oct 1915.

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18. --407p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2310.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 13 Oct 1915 - 20 Oct 1915

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19. --458p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2311.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 20 Oct 1915 - 29 Oct 1915

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20. --422p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2312.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 29 Oct 1915 - 11 Nov 1915.

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21. --451p.. --China Political (cont.).Volume 2313.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 11 Nov 1915 - 25 Nov 1915.

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22. --548p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2314.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 25 Nov 1915 - 14 Dec 1915.

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23. --507p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2315.子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in China (cont.). Date: 14 Dec 1915 - 31 Dec 1915.

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24. --421p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2316.子目: (1)Gold and silver shipments from German banks in China to United States. Date: 4 Jan 1915 - 27 Dec 1915. (2)Appointment of Archibald Rose as British Assistant Commercial Attach; Formation of British Chamber of Commerce at Shanghai. Date: 4 Jan 1915 - 17 Nov 1915. (3)Colombo: detention and release of Moses Neubrunn, Austro-Hungarian employed by Chinese Maritime Customs Service. Date: 5 Jan 1915 - 3 Mar 1915. (4)Opium: 1911 and 1912 International Opium Conferences; closing of Chinese provinces to Indian opium; official Chinese monopoly. Date: 5 Jan 1915 - 5 Jun 1915.

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25. --463p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2317.子目: (1)Opium (cont.): inspection of Kansu province; restriction in Britishcolonies; smuggling. Date: 8 Jun 1915 - 27 Dec 1915. (2)Burma-China frontier: withdrawal of Chinese garrisons from outposts. Date: 5 Jan 1915 - 23 Sep 1915. (3)Pack transport for British army: offer of ponies and mules from north China.Date: 5 Jan 1915.

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26. --523p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2318. 子目: (1)Tibet affairs: Chaya revolt and mutiny of Chinese troops; Sino-Tibetan negotiations; Chinese military activities on Sino-Tibetan border. Date: 6 Jan 1915 - 30 Dec 1915.

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27. --459p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2319. 子目: (1)Application to act as German firm's agent. Date: 7 Jan 1915. (2)Sextuple Group Loan Agreement. Date: 7 Jan 1915 - 12 Feb 1915. (3)Shipments from Far East to neutral countries. Date: 8 Jan 1915 - 12 Jan 1915. (4)Kwangtung Province subsidiary coinage. Date: 8 Jan 1915. (5)Wireless communications in China: negotiations with Chinese government. Date: 8 Jan 1915 - 5 Oct 1915. (6)Pekin Syndicate. Date: 11 Jan 1915 - 16 Jul 1915. (7)Harbin Municipal Council. Date: 11 Jan 1915 - 27 Apr 1915. (8)Kiaochow customs: appointment of Japanese staff. Date: 12 Jan 1915 - 25 Sep 1915. (9)Hong Kong garrison force reduction. Date: 12 Jan 1915 - 15 Jan 1915. (10)Expulsion of Germans from British concessions in China. Date: 12 Jan 1915 - 29 Dec 1915.

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28. --408p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2320.子目: (1)Appointment of meat inspector at Hankow for International Export Co. Date: 12 Jan 1915 - 28 Jun 1915. (2)Kashgar diary: registration of Afghans. Date: 13 Jan 1915 - 27 Oct 1915. (3)Chinese Maritime Customs Service reinstatement appeal. Date: 14 Jan 1915 - 4 Mar 1915. (4)Russo-Mongolian telegraph and railway agreements; Kiakhta Tripartite. Date: 14 Jan 1915 - 4 Dec 1915. (5)German commercial activities at Hankow. Date: 14 Jan 1915. (6)Peking University professor of Civil Engineering. Date: 15 Jan 1915 - 30 Mar 1915. (7)Shanghai Volunteer Corps. Date: 16 Jan 1915. (8)Status of British goods at Kiaochow. Date: 17 Jan 1915 - 29 Dec 1915.

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29. --319p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2321.子目: (1)Telegraphic communication between Shanghai and Peking. Date: 18 Jan 1915 - 27 Jan 1915 (2)Chinese Reorganisation Loan bonds. Date: 18 Jan 1915 - 10 Nov 1915. (3)Tsinan Consulate construction negotiations. Date: 20 Jan 1915 - 24 Mar 1915. (4)Bankruptcy of H. A. Bush: claim of Li Su-kang. Date: 20 Jan 1915. (5)British trade at Tsingtao. Date: 20 Jan 1915 - 16 Feb 1915. (6)German agents of British companies in China. Date: 21 Jan 1915 - 7 Jul 1915. (7)British engineering combine for China. Date: 21 Jan 1915 - 20 Dec 1915. (8)Telegraphic communications agreement between Chinese governmentand Great Northern and Eastern Extension Telegraph Companies. Date: 21 Jan 1915 - 30 Jan 1915. (9)Peking Legation physician remittance of private practice fees. Date: 21 Jan 1915 - 9 Feb 1915. (10)Detention at Genoa of munitions destined for Chinese government. Date: 22 Jan 1915. (11)German spies in China: suspicion of Danish police instructor at Shanghai. Date: 23 Jan 1915 - 1 Feb 1915. (12)Foreign postal agencies in China. Date: 23 Jan 1915 - 9 Nov 1915. (13)Protection of Chinese property at Kiaochow. Date: 23 Jan 1915 (14) Bhamo-Tengyueh Railway. Date: 23 Jan 1915 - 25 May 1915.

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30. --411p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2322.子目: (1)Sino-Japanese relations and negotiations.Date: 26 Jan 1915 - 11 Mar 1915.

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31. --449p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2323.子目: (1)Sino-Japanese relations and negotiations (cont.). Date: 12 Mar 1915 - 2 May 1915.

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32. --403p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2324.子目: (1)Sino-Japanese relations and negotiations (cont.). Date: 2 May 1915 - 8 Jun 1915.

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33. --459p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2325.子目: (1)Sino-Japanese relations and negotiations (cont.). Date: 8 Jun 1915 - 23 Sep 1915. (2)Japanese mining concessions in Kiangsi and Anhwei provinces. Date: 27 Jan 1915. (3)Australian import restrictions on newspapers published in China. Date: 27 Jan 1915. (4)Rifles from Italy for China. Date: 28 Jan 1915 - 9 Feb 1915. (5)German commercial activities in China. Date: 28 Jan 1915 -10 Feb 1915. (6)China and the war. Date: 28 Jan 1915. (7)National Bank of Mongolia. Date: 29 Jan 1915.

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34. --501p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2326.子目: (1)British mining concessions in Szechuan Province. Date: 29 Jan 1915 -8 Dec 1915. (2)Chinese antimony. Date: 29 Jan 1915 - 8 Oct 1915. (3)Chinese revenues and indemnity payments. Date: 31 Jan 1915 - 21 Aug 1915. (4)Anglo-Chinese relations. Date: 31 Jan 1915. (5)Peking Legation guard area building plan found by London police. Date: 1 Feb 1915. (6)R. H. Eckford's service to Tsingtao Expeditionary Force. Date: 2 Feb 1915. (7)Sino-Portuguese dispute over islands near Macao. Date: 2 Feb 1915. (8)Telegraph lines from Weihaiwei to Chefoo. Date: 8 Feb 1915 - 13 Dec 1915. (9)Japanese aims in China. Date: 9 Feb 1915 - 31 Aug 1915. (10)Tsingtao site visit report of G. A. Moss. Date: 10 Feb 1915. (11)German anti-British press campaign in China. Date: 11 Feb 1915 - 8 Nov 1915. (12)Turkish activities in South China and Kashgar. Date: 12 Feb 1915 - 13 Feb 1915. (13)Chinese weights and measures law. Date: 13 Feb 1915. (14)British subjects of Chinese descent: registration and protection in China. Date: 13 Feb 1915 - 17 Nov 1915. (15)Shanghai Volunteer Corps commandant. Date: 17 Feb 1915 - 22 Jun 1915. (16)Investigation by Chief Inspector-General of Salt Administration into Chinese land tax. Date: 18 Feb 1915 - 27 Jul 1915. (17)Changes to Chinese constitution. Date: 18 Feb 1915. (18)Enemy's right to sue in British courts. Date: 20 Feb 1915 - 19 May 1915. (19)Japanese aggression warning by Francis H. Skrine. Date: 23 Feb 1915.

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35. --555p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2327.子目: (1)Chefoo harbor breakwater construction. Date: 27 Feb 1915 - 3 Jul 1915. (2)Trademarks in China: registration and regulation. Date: 1 Mar 1915 - 18 Oct 1915. (3)German and Japanese commercial activities in China. Date: 1 Mar 1915 - 12 May 1915. (4)Canton-Hankow and Canton-Kowloon railways. Date: 3 Mar 1915 - 14 Sep 1915. (5)British import and export firms in China: list. Date: 4 Mar 1915. (6)Military weapons: Russian rifles sold to China by Japan; British purchaseof military weapons from China. Date: 5 Mar 1915 - 28 Dec 1915.

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36. --456p.. --Volume 2328. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Hukuang and Canton-Hankow Railways. Date: 6 Mar 1915 - 9 Dec 1915. (2)Chinese import tariff revision. Date: 6 Mar 1915 - 14 Aug 1915. (3)United States consular districts in China: jurisdiction of pharmacies and sales of poison. Date: 9 Mar 1915 - 29 Mar 1915. (4)German Consul in Hong Kong masquerading as Swedish Vice-Consul. Date: 10 Mar 1915. (5)British-American Tobacco Co. land rented from Shantung Railway. Date: 10 Mar 1915. (6)Annual medical reports from British consulates in China. Date: 10 Mar 1915. (7)Canton-Nanchang and Canton-Swatow railways. Date: 10 Mar 1915 - 22 Apr 1915. (8)Trans-Siberia Railway: resumption of mail service. Date: 10 Mar 1915. (9)German espionage in China: possible German plot to destroy bridges onChinese Eastern Railway. Date: 12 Mar 1915. (10)Tashi Lama: gifts to King George V. Date: 16 Mar 1915. (11)Australian Immigration Act, 1910-912: statutory rules. Date: 16 Mar 1915. (12)French Indochina-Yunnan Province frontier affairs: Chinese borderincursions. Date: 16 Mar 1915. (13)Shantung Railway Co. claim against Japanese government. Date: 17 Mar 1915. (14)Piracy: SS Childar incident. Date: 17 Mar 1915 - 26 May 1915. (15)Transfer of British vessels to Japan and China. Date: 18 Mar 1915 - 30 Nov 1915. (16)Opium smuggling into United States from United Kingdom. Date: 18 Mar 1915 -8 Jul 1915. (17)British Consul-General at Shanghai: complaints against Everard H. Fraser. Date: 18 Mar 1915 - 21 Aug 1915. (18)Chinese Mail Steamship Co. Date: 20 Mar 1915. (19)Anti-Chinese discrimination in Canada. Date: 24 Mar 1915 - 3 Aug 1915.

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37. --447p.. --Volume 2329. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British Foreign Office objection to employment of F. Piggot by Chinese government. Date: 24 Mar 1915 - 5 May 1915. (2)Tobacco revenue reorganization in China. Date: 24 Mar 1915 - 15 Apr 1915. (3)British agents of German companies in China: dye industry. Date: 26 Mar 1915 - 4 Aug 1915. (4)Reorganisation Loan of 1913; release of surplus salt revenue. Date: 26 Mar 1915 - 4 Dec 1915. (5)Chinese export tariff: reductions. Date: 27 Mar 1915. (6)Quarterly summary of events in China. Date: 31 Mar 1915. (7)British troops in China: proposed inspection. Date: 31 Mar 1915 - 30 Apr 1915. (8)Political refugee Hung Chiu Lin at Hong Kong. Date: 1 Apr 1915 - 10 Jun 1915. (9)Green Island Cement Co. claim against Kwangtung government. Date: 3 Apr 1915 - 4 Sep 1915. (10)Commercial mission reports for Kiangsi, Hunan, Szechuan provinces and Manchuria. Date: 3 Apr 1915 - 10 Nov 1915. (11)Application for permission to enter United States. Date: 6 Apr 1915. (12)British Engineers Association: criticism. Date: 6 Apr 1915 - 24 Apr 1915 (13)Japanese opposition to planned Chefoo wei Hsien Railway. Date: 6 Apr 1915. (14)Extension of Currency Reform and Industrial Development Loan Agreement of 1911. Date: 7 Apr 1915 -20 Nov 1915. (15)New Zealand immigration restrictions. Date: 12 Apr 1915 - 29 Jul 1915. (16)British firms in non-treaty ports. Date: 13 Apr 1915. (17)Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation participation in Chinese domestic loan. Date: 13 Apr 1915 - 3 Jun 1915. (18)Gartok Trade Agency: annual report, 1914. Date: 14 Apr 1915. (19)Registration of British companies with Peking Legation. Date: 14 Apr 1915. (20)Chinese consular representation in Fiji. Date: 15 Apr 1915. (21)British expenses for guarding Peking-Mukden Railway. Date: 15 Apr 1915 - 6 May 1915.

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38. --825p.. --Volume 2330. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Treaty ports in Far East: lists. Date: 16 Apr 1915 - 16 Nov 1915. (2)Chinese stamp tax: application to non-Chinese residents in China. Date: 17 Apr 1915 - 31 Aug 1915. (3)British consular officers in China: judicial function under Joint Investigation Rules of 1868. Date: 21 Apr 1915. (4)Swedish officers in Chinese gendarmerie: British and Russian opposition. Date: 24 Apr 1915 - 31 Jul 1915. (5)Shantung Railway: new director. Date: 26 Apr 1915. (6)Collision of Japanese Hokusei Maru and Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co. SS Oriental. Date: 27 Apr 1915 - 18 May 1915. (7)United States Navy: appointment of Commander-in-Chief of Asiatic Fleet. Date: 28 Apr 1915. (8)Liao River Conservancy: purchase of dredgers. Date: 29 Apr 1915 - 22 Oct 1915. (9)Foreign troops in North China: strength and distribution. Date: 30 Apr 1915- 5 Jun 1915. (10)Intercepted German correspondence to firms in Far East. Date: 3 May 1915 - 12 Jul 1915.

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39. --706p.. --Volume 2331. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Intercepted German correspondence to firms in Far East (cont.). Date: 18 Sep 1915 - 27 Dec 1915. (2)Administrative reform of British-financed railways in China. Date: 5 May 1915 - 18 Jun 1915. (3)Steam navigation of upper Yangtze River. Date: 5 May 1915 - 14 Aug 1915. (4)Pekin Syndicate's Gold Loan of 1905. Date: 6 May 1915. (5)United States and China: clarification of date of last treaty. Date: 7 May 1915. (6)Anti-British propaganda of German missionaries in China. Date: 8 May 1915 - 28 Oct 1915. (7)British Minister to China: Yuan Shih-k'ai's request for extension of JohnJordan's term. Date: 12 May 1915. (8)Anti-Chinese riots in Liverpool: appeal for protection and Chinese damage claims. Date: 14 May 1915. (9)German trade in Far East and transactions between British banks and German firms. Date: 14 May 1915 - 22 Sep 1915.

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40. --393p.. --Volume 2332. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)German activities in China: military strength; anti-British propaganda; promotion of Indian sedition. Date: 15 May 1915 - 31 Dec 1915. (2)Shasi-Changteh-Singyifu Railway. Date: 18 May 1915 - 16 Sep 1915. (3)Chinese government railways: purchasing agents. Date: 18 May 1915 - 5 Oct 1015. (4)Austro-Hungarian commercial activities in China: Poldihuette Steel Co. and Poldi Steel Loan. Date: 18 May 1915 - 1 Jul 1915. (5)Russian Pamirs: travel report of Percy Sykes. Date: 20 May 1915 - 5 Nov 1915. (6)British shipping on Yangtze River: ban on conveyance of enemy subjects. Date: 22 May 1915 - 5 Jun 1915. (7)German Torpedo Boat S 90: custody of crew at Nanking. Date: 25 May 1915. (8)Japanese commercial activities in China: openings for Japanese goods. Date: 26 May 1915. (9)British contracts with Han Yeh Ping Co. Date: 9 Jun 1915 - 1 Sep 1915. (10)Transfer of British vessels to Russia. Date: 10 Jun 1915 - 21 Aug 1915. (11)Japanese Peking Legation. Date: 11 Jun 1915. (12)Pukow-Singyang Railway Loan. Date: 11 Jun 1915 - 31 Aug 1915. (13)Shipment of German goods on neutral vessels. Date: 12 Jun 1915 - 7 Jul 1915. (14)British-American Tobacco Co. and Asiatic Petroleum Co.: claims for damages done by brigands in Hupei. Date: 15 Jun 1915.

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41. --413p.. --Volume 2333. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Gyantse
Trade Agency: annual report, 1914-1915. Date: 17 Jun 1915. (2)Norwegian Vice-Consul at Canton: appointment of British subject. Date: 19 Jun 1915. (3)Chinese Revolutionary League: request to print pamphlets. Date: 21 Jun 1915 - 16 Jul 1915. (4)Chinese Commercial Commission: report on visit to United States. Date: 22 Jun 1915. (5)Peking Legation electricity, heating, and water supply. Date: 22 Jun 1915-25 Nov 1915. (6)Mir of Hunza: rights in Raskam and Pamirs; tribute to China. Date: 26 Jun 1915 - 3 Sep 1915. (7)Yatung Trade Agency: annual report, 1914-1915. Date: 26 Jun 1915. (8)British railroad siding agreement in Hankow. Date: 28 Jun 1915. (9)Cotton growing in China. Date: 1 Jul 1915 - 11 Sep 1915. (10)Russian consulate at Canton: extension of lease. Date: 2 Jul 1915 - 23 Sep 1915. (11)Bhutan annual report, 1914 -1915. Date: 5 Jul 1915. (12)War Loan subscription in Far East. Date: 6 Jul 1915 - 7 Jul 1915. (13)Chinese consular representation in North Borneo. Date: 7 Jul 1915. (14)Soap factory glycerine from China. Date: 8 Jul 1915 - 7 Sep 1915. (15)Transfer of Lubricating & Fuel Oils Co.'s agent. Date: 9 Jul 19151- 30 Aug 1915. (16)British godown lease at Canton held by Sanders, Rehders & Co. Date: 10 Jul 1915 - 27 Jul 1915. (17)Chinese Land and Mines Department: employment application. Date: 10 Jul 1915 - 16 Dec 1915. (18)Postal service to Far East: delay of packets via Russia. Date: 13 Jul 1915 - 9 Aug 1915. (19)Peking Legation Consulting Engineer: arrival in Great Britain. Date: 16 Jul 1915. (20)Chinese Maritime Customs Service employment of German officers. Date: 15 Jul 1915 - 30 Dec 1915. (21)British agents of German firms and German employees of British firms. Date: 16 Jul 1915 - 7 Sep 1915.

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42. --431p.. --Volume 2334. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Cotton shipments from Bombay to Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Shanghai. Date: 17 Jul 1915-11 Sep 1915. (2)Relations between British and German firms at Shanghai. Date: 19 Jul 1915. (3)Shanghai International Settlement: extension. Date: 19 Jul 1915. (4)British chambers of commerce: formation at Canton and Tientsin. Date: 19 Jul 1915 - 23 Dec 1915. (5)Crystallized chloride of potash from China. Date: 21 Jul 1915- 7 Aug 1915. (6)Waste cotton from China. Date: 21 Jul 1915- 13 Sep 1915. (7)British Crown Advocate at Shanghai: prosecutorial powers in cases withpolitical considerations. Date: 21 Jul 1915 - 25 Sep 1915. (8)Antimony from China. Date: 24 Jul 1915. (9)Censorship of mail to and from China; British policy on trading with theenemy. Date: 26 Jul 1915- 19 Nov 1915. (10)Commander-in-Chief of China Station appointment. Date: 26 Jul 1915. (11)Parliamentary question on China Merchants Steamship Co. Date: 27 Jul 1915. (12)Parliamentary question on British railway development in China. Date: 27 Jul 1915. (13)British business methods in China. Date: 31 Jul 1915 - 25 Aug 1915. (14)Railway construction in South China; foreign advisors to Chinese government. Date: 3 Aug 1915. (15)German commercial activities in Hong Kong. Date: 3 Aug 1915. (16)British firms suspected of trading with the enemy in China. Date: 3 Aug 1915. (17)Trading with enemy in China. Date: 3 Aug 1915. (18)British policy on prohibition of trading with the enemy in Persia. Date: 4 Aug 1915 - 30 Aug 1915.

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43. --339p.. --Volume 2335. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British policy on prohibition of trading with the enemy in Persia (cont.). Date: 30 Aug 1915-30 Dec 1915.

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44. --374p.. --Volume 2336. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)German commercial interests in Hankow-Szechuan Railway; German state subsidies to industry in China. Date: 6 Aug 1915. (2)M. Grabowski's relationship to Imperial Ottoman Bank. Date: 9 Aug 1915 - 14 Aug 1915. (3)Waste cotton exports from China. Date: 9 Aug 1915 - 16 Aug 1915. (4)Hong Kong amendment of Alien Enemies Ordinance, 1914. Date: 9 Aug 1915. (5)British policy on prohibition of trading with the enemy in Morocco. Date: 9 Aug 1915 - 30 Dec 1915. (6)Chinese salt revenue during May - December 1913. Date: 10 Aug 1915. (7)German commercial losses due to war. Date: 12 Aug 1915 - 11 Sep 1915. (8)Shipment of cloth from India to Shanghai. Date: 14 Aug 1915-20 Aug 1915. (9)Chinese mining regulations. Date: 16 Aug 1915. (10)Letters of introduction. Date: 17 Aug 1915. (11)Belgian engineers employed by Chinese gun factory. Date: 17 Aug 1915. (12)Scientific expedition to western China: proposed by Ales Hrdlicka of Smithsonian Institution. Date: 20 Aug 1915 - 30 Aug 1915. (13)British policy on prohibition of trade with the enemy in Abyssinia. Date: 20 Aug 1915.

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45. --420p.. --Volume 2337. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Assault by Chinese soldier on British women in Nanking. Date: 21 Aug 1915. (2)North China British Volunteer Corps: request for official recognition. Date: 21 Aug 1915. (3)British Consul-General at Kashgar: arrangements for return of George Macartney. Date: 23 Aug 1915- 7 Oct 1915. (4)Appointment of suitable agents in China for British firms. Date: 23 Aug 1915 - 30 Dec 1915. (5)German purchase of hides and wool from Mongolia. Date: 24 Aug 1915. (6)Italian Consul-General at Hong Kong: denied permission to visit Canton because of pro-German sympathies. Date: 2 Sep 1915. (7)Intercepted correspondence to China. Date: 3 Sep 1915 - 15 Nov 1915. (8)Joseph M. Shasha & Co. business in Persia. Date: 3 Sep 1915. (9)German commercial activities at Canton. Date: 7 Sep 1915. (10)M. Samuel & Co.'s loan to Hankow Electric Light and Water Works. Date: 7 Sep 1915-31 Dec 1915. (11)Arms and ammunition: new anchor and high-explosive howitzer shell invented by N. C. Brodie. Date: 7 Sep 1915 - 31 Dec 1915. (12)Anglo-French commercial activities in China: Peking tramway construction. Date: 8 Sep 1915 - 13 Dec 1915. (13)British concession leases in treaty ports. Date: 8 Sep 1915. (14)German development of military weapons industry in China. Date: 10 Sep 1915. (15)British policy on trading with the enemy in Persia. Date: 12 Sep 1915 - 27 Dec 1915. (16)Standard Oil Co. negotiations with Chinese government. Date: 14 Sep 1915 - 27 Sep 1915. (17)Amoy: report on effect of war. Date: 16 Sep 1915. (18)Commercial activities of East Asiatic Co. in China. Date: 18 Sep 1915. (19)Financial transactions in China: request for transfer of funds from Deutsch-Asiatische Bank to Deutsch Bank, London. Date: 21 Sep 1915 - 21 Oct 1915.

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46. --560p.. --Volume 2338. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China: monarchist movement. Date: 21 Sep 1915 - 31 Dec 1915.

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47. --373 p.. --Volume 2339. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Telegraphs from China: reduction of press rates. Date: 1915. (2)British intelligence officer in Tibetan Marches. Date: 22 Sep 1915 - 4 Dec 1915. (3)"pen door" policy in China: parliamentary question. Date: 25 Sep 1915. (4)Austro-Hungarian troops in China: destruction of British property by Peking legation guard. Date: 27 Sep 1915. (5)French Indochina-Yunnan frontier: border agreement. Date: 27 Sep 1915. (6)Use of enemy trademarks by British firms. Date: 27 Sep 1915 - 28 Oct 1915. (7)British request to export morphia to Manchuria. Date: 28 Sep 1915 - 20 Oct 1915. (8)Carlowitz & Co. agent in China for Krupps. Date: 29 Sep 1915. (9)Collision of SS Yu Sang with Chinese junk: Yangtze River navigation regulations. Date: 30 Sep 1915. (10)Peking Legation Second Secretary departure from Peking. Date: 5 Oct 1915. (11)Affairs in the Far East: Foochow Daily Echo (newspaper) articles. Date: 7 Oct 1915. (12)China Command Intelligence Diary: August-October 1915. Date: 11 Oct 1915 - 21 Dec 1915. (13)Drainage work in China. Date: 14 Oct 1915. (14)Shameen Defence Corps: acquisition of rifles. Date: 14 Oct 1915 - 13 Dec 1915. (15)Sale of sanatogen in China. Date: 14 Oct 1915 - 20 Nov 1915. (16)Enemy trademarks used by British firms. Date: 15 Oct 1915 - 15 Nov 1915. (17)Chinese official mails in special bags. Date: 15 Oct 1915 - 21 Oct 1915. (18)Commercial activities in China: proposed American engineering combine; British bids for machinery contracts. Date: 19 Oct 1915 - 30 Dec 1915. (19)German member of Chinese Maritime Customs Service: request to pass through Hong Kong. Date: 20 Oct 1915 - 16 Dec 1915. (20)Shanghai trade report: error in weights equivalencies. Date: 25 Oct 1915. (21)Syndicat du Yunnan's claim against Chinese government and contract tobuild Chengtingfu-Tangkwantung Railway. Date: 27 Oct 1915 - 7 Dec 1915. (22)German trade methods in Hong Kong. Date: 27 Oct 1915.

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48. --405 p.. --Volume 2340. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Correspondence with German firms in China.
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49. --395 p.. --Volume 2341. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Neutrality of China (cont.): proposals to sell Chinese military weapons to Allies, expel Germans, and rupture Sino-German relations. Date: 18 Nov 1915 - 16 Dec 1915.

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50. --332 p.. --Volume 2342. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Claims against German firms in Tsingtao. Date: 10 Nov 1915 - 21 Dec 1915. (2)Liquidation of German firms in Hong Kong and Canton. Date: 10 Nov 1915 - 16 Dec 1915. (3)German military activities in China: letter warning of possible German attacks on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Date: 12 Nov 1915. (4)British patriotic donations: North China subscription fund for Royal Flying Corps aircraft. Date: 12 Nov 1915 - 13 Dec 1915. (5)Arrest of Germans by Japanese authorities at Tsingtao. Date: 16 Nov 1915. (6)British additions to white list. Date: 18 Nov 1915 - 27 Nov 1915. (7)Chinese government request for permission to export chlorate of potash.Date: 16 Nov 1915 - 8 Dec 1915. (8)Scale manufacturing monopoly in China. Date: 20 Nov 1915 - 25 Nov 1915. (9)German commercial activities at Canton. Date: 24 Nov 1915. (10)Censorship of Japanese mail in Hong Kong: suspicion of Japanese trade with the enemy. Date: 24 Nov 1915 - 18 Dec 1915. (11)German propaganda at Shanghai. Date: 24 Nov 1915 - 1 Dec 1915. (12)Accounts of Disconto Gesellschaft with Deutsch-Asiatische Bank. Date: 27 Nov 1915. (13)German firms registered as British. Date: 4 Dec 1915 - 24 Dec 1915. (14)Opium export to United Kingdom from Persia. Date: 4 Dec 1915 - 17 Dec 1915. (15)British Consul-General at Shanghai response to criticism of M. Kahn, former French Consul-General at Shanghai. Date: 4 Dec 1915. (16)Military weapons for China purchased from United States. Date: 6 Dec 1915. (17)Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation: German interests. Date: 6 Dec 1915 - 23 Dec 1915. (18)British Trading with the Enemy Department formation. Date: 7 Dec 1915. (19)Revolutionary activities: reported bombardment of Kiangnan Arsenal. Date: 7 Dec 1915. (20)Reports of John Jordan's transfer. Date: 8 Dec 1915 - 20 Dec 1915. (21)Export of German goods from Denmark to China. Date: 8 Dec 1915. (22)German propaganda attacks in Chinese press at Tientsin. Date: 13 Dec 1915. (23)Anti-monarchist attacks: assassination of Chinese Admiral Tseng Juch'eng; seizure of Chinese cruiser Chaoho in Shanghai. Date: 13 Dec 1915 - 20 Dec 1915. (24)German trade in Shanghai. Date: 14 Dec 1915. (25)Final payment of Canton-Hankow Railway redemption loan. Date: 14 Dec 1915. (26)Grand Duke George's visit to Tokyo. Date: 15 Dec 1915 - 21 Dec 1915. (27)Detention by British Consul-General at Shanghai of Spanish goodsconsigned to German firm. Date: 15 Dec 1915 - 29 Dec 1915. (28)Clarification of misnumbered telegram. Date: 16 Dec 1915. (29)Russian assistance in combating German intrigues in China. Date: 17 Dec 1915 - 29 Dec 1915. (30)British press: suspension of Foreign Office censorship. Date: 20 Dec 1915. (31)Austro-Hungarian war loan subscriptions in China. Date: 21 Dec 1915. (32)Mineral resources in China: iron mines in Shantung Province. Date: 21 Dec 1915. (33)Shanghai Municipal Council chairmanship. Date: 25 Dec 1915. (34)Telegraphic communications in China: restrictions on traffic with YunnanProvince. Date: 29 Dec 1915.
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51. --527 p.. --Volume 2644. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China: monarchical movement; Yunnan rebellion and declaration of independence; response of Allied Powers; position of YuanShihk'ai; postponement of monarchy.Date: 1 Jan 1916 - 28 Feb 1916.

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52. --566 p.. --Volume 2645. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China (cont.): monarchical movement; spread of Yunnan rebellion; position of Yuan Shih-k'ai; revolutionary activities insouthern and western provinces; death of Yuan Shih-k'ai.Date: 1 Mar 1916 - 7 Jun 1916.

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53. --694 p.. --Volume 2646. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China (cont.): death of Yuan Shih-k'ai andassumption of Presidency by Li Yuan-hung; revolutionary activities insouthern and western provinces; preparation for protection of Britishconcessions; attacks by rebels in Kwangtung Province.Date: 8 Jun 1916 - 19 Dec 1916.

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54. --441 p.. --Volume 2647. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Japanese proposals to combat German intrigues in China and proposed expulsion of Germans. Date: 1 Jan 1916 - 16 Dec 1916.

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55. --592 p.. --Volume 2648. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Reconnection of telegraph line between Chefoo and Weihaiwei. Date: 1 Jan 1916 - 27 Jan 1916. (2)Role of German missionaries in German propaganda activities in China. Date: 1 Jan 1916 - 5 Dec 1916. (3)Chengtingfu Railway extension. Date: 1 Jan 1916 - 16 Feb 1916. (4)Restrictions on telegraphic traffic with Yunnan Province. Date: 3 Jan 1916 - 2 Sep 1916. (5)Request for license to sell military weapons in Hong Kong. Date: 3 Jan 1916. (6)Status of claims against German firms in Tsingtao. Date: 3 Jan 1916. (7)Boxer indemnity payments and accounts. Date: 4 Jan 1916 - 8 Nov 1916. (8)New Year' s telegram from Chinese Foreign Minister. Date: 4 Jan 1916. (9)China Command Intelligence Diary: November 1915. Date: 5 Jan 1916. (10)Intercepted German correspondence in China. Date: 5 Jan 1916. (11)Destination tax on foreign goods in China. Date: 5 Jan 1916 - 5 Feb 1916. (12)Censorship of enemy correspondence in China. Date: 5 Jan 1916 - 31 Jan 1916. (13)British concession leases in treaty ports and proposed amalgamation ofconcessions. Date: 5 Jan 1916 - 28 Nov 1916. (14)British consular service in China: evaluation of effectiveness and proposed commercial training of consular assistants. Date: 5 Jan 1916 - 20 Dec 1916. (15)Peking Legation utility charges. Date: 5 Jan 1916 - 22 Dec 1916. (16)British intelligence officer in Tibetan Marches. Date: 6 Jan 1916.

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56. --677 p.. --Volume 2649. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibet affairs: Sino-Tibetan negotiations on troops on frontier; proposed purchase of machine guns by Tibet; annual reports by British tradeagents in Gartok, Gyantse, and Yatung; Chinese aggression in eastern Tibet. Date: 6 Jan 1916 - 29 Dec 1916. (2)Military weapons purchased from China. Date: 6 Jan 1916 - 12 Feb 1916. (3)Appointment of British engineer for Peking-Mukden Railway. Date: 7 Jan 1916 - 10 May 1916. (4)British commercial interests in Mongolia; Kiakhta Tripartite Agreement. Date: 7 Jan 1916 - 24 Jun 1916. (5)British engineering combine for China. Date: 8 Jan 1916 - 23 May 1916. (6)Intercepted German correspondence to firms in Far East. Date: 10 Jan 1916 - 8 Feb 1916. (7)British policy on prohibiting trading with the enemy in Persia. Date: 10 Jan 1916. (8)Textile monopolies in China. Date: 10 Jan 1916 - 18 Jan 1916.

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57. --597 p.. --Volume 2650. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium import into Dutch East Indies; illicit traffic in Hong Kong and China; smuggling; new regulations. Date: 11 Jan 1916 - 12 Dec 1916. (2)Criticism of British consular service in China by Arthur J. Bennett-Moore. Date: 12 Jan 1916. (3)Telegram to Hong Kong: payments. Date: 12 Jan 1916. (4)British replies to inquiries of British firms. Date: 12 Jan 1916. (5)Short-term loan from British and Chinese Corporation. Date: 12 Jan 1916. (6)Contracts for British textile machinery. Date: 12 Jan 1916. (7)10,000,000 taels Intergroup loan to Chinese government. Date: 13 Jan 1916. (8)Censorship of mail in China: proposed discontinuation. Date: 14 Jan 1916. (9)British patriotic donations: North China subscription fund formaintenance of Royal Flying Corps aircraft. Date: 14 Jan 1916 - 2 Feb 1916. (10)Hankow Improvement Loan. Date: 14 Jan 1916 - 19 Jul 1916. (11)Liao River Conservancy: purchase of dredgers. Date: 15 Jan 1916 - 2 Apr 1916. (12)German propaganda at Shanghai. Date: 16 Jan 1916. (13)Chinese special mission to Japan and Japanese request for postponement of departure. Date: 17 Jan 1916 - 8 Dec 1916. (14)Yuan Shih-k'ai: discovery of plot against. Date: 18 Jan 1916 - 15 Feb 1916. (15)Yarkand and Khotan: site visit report by Percy Sykes. Date: 18 Jan 1916. (16)British debts owed to German subjects in Hong Kong. Date: 18 Jan 1916 - 4 Feb 1916. (17)Short-term loans from Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. Date: 18 Jan 1916. (18)German war loan subscriptions in China. Date: 18 Jan 1916. (19)Shanghai International Settlement: extension; extradition of politicalrefugees; transfer of Mixed Court to Chinese control. Date: 18 Jan 1916 - 30 Oct 1916. (20)German spies in China: Walter Kleinjung (a.k.a. Walter Andrew) suspected. Date: 18 Jan 1916 - 28 Feb 1916. (21)Naturalization of Afghans in China. Date: 20 Jan 1916 - 22 Apr 1916. (22)Rest-houses on Tibet trade routes. Date: 20 Jan 1916. (23)International financial interests in China: German influence on Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and Deutsch-Asiatische Bank; exclusion of German group from Five-Power Loan Consortium. Date: 20 Jan 1916 - 4 Feb 1916.

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58. --485 p.. --Volume 2651. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)International financial interests in China (cont.): German influence on Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation; exclusion of Germangroup from Intergroup arrangement; American involvement in consortium. Date: 6 Mar 1916 - 13 Sep 1916.

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59. --400 p.. --Volume 2652. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)International financial interests in China (cont.): consortium negotiations of 10,000,000 taels loan to China; conclusion of American loan to China; inclusion of Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China in Britishgroup. Date: 15 Sep 1916 - 30 Dec 1916. (2)Russo-Chinese contract for Pinhei Railway; Russo-Japanese Railway Conference, 1916. Date: 20 Jan 1916 - 19 Sep 1916. (3)Tientsin Consular Trade Report, 1914. Date: 22 Jan 1916. (4)Effect of war on trade in China and Japan: newspaper extracts. Date: 22 Jan 1916. (5)Application for passage to China. Date: 26 Jan 1916. (6)Shanghai Volunteer Corps medal inquiry. Date: 27 Jan 1916. (7)Foreign postal agencies in China: adoption of union rates by British agencies and withdrawal from Imperial Penny Postage scheme. Date: 27 Jan 1916 - 27 Nov 1916. (8)Telegrams from China: payments. Date: 27 Jan 1916. (9)Telegraphic communications with Tsingtao. Date: 27 Jan 1916. (10)Burma-China frontier criminal jurisdiction. Date: 28 Jan 1916. (11)Trademarks in China: registration. Date: 28 Jan 1916.

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60. --457 p.. --Volume 2653. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British mining concessions Szechuan Province. Date: 28 Jan 1916 - 16 Nov 1916. (2)British completion of Japanese naval vessel. Date: 28 Jan 1916 - 21 Feb 1916. (3)Original paper cannot be traced. Missing when volume was bound. Date: 29 Jan 1916. (4)Dispatch of British-piloted icebreakers from Tientsin to Vladivostok. Date: 31 Jan 1916 - 2 May 1916. (5)British commercial telegrams from China: use of check words permitted by British censor. Date: 31 Jan 1916 - 1 Feb 1916. (6)Chinese language study by members of British firms. Date: 31 Jan 1916. (7)Collusion of German firms in China. Date: 1 Feb 1916 - 9 Feb 1916. (8)British policy on direct trade between British and Chinese firms; continued need for intermediaries. Date: 1 Feb 1916 - 29 Mar 1916. (9)Japanese aims in China: German-Japanese negotiations on German concessions in China. Date: 2 Feb 1916 - 30 Mar 1916. (10)Censorship of Japanese mail in Hong Kong. Date: 2 Feb 1916. (11)German promotion of sedition in India. Date: 3 Feb 1916 - 18 Feb 1916. (12)British press: prohibition of publication of accounts of certain Chinese affairs. Date: 3 Feb 1916. (13)Morphia: growth of use in China; imported into China by Japan; smuggling; proposed change of regulations. Date: 3 Feb 1916 - 8 Dec 1916. (14)Property rights of foreign subjects of Chinese descent in Chinese interior. Date: 3 Feb 1916 - 14 Feb 1916. (15)Wreck of SS Asia: settlement of case. Date: 3 Feb 1916. (16)German promotion of sedition in India. Date: 7 Feb 1916. (17)British chambers of commerce in China: constitution and rules. Date: 8 Feb 1916 - 17 May 1916. (18)Request for rails by Peking-Mukden line. Date: 10 Feb 1916 - 28 Feb 1916. (19)Russian Minister to China: transfer to Tokyo as ambassador. Date: 12 Feb 1916 - 14 Oct 1916. (20)Burma-China frontier dispute over boundary; progress report on Lohit Valley road, Assam; violations by Chinese in Yunnan Province. Date: 15 Feb 1916 - 16 Dec 1916.

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61. --537 p.. --Volume 2654. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Hong Kong criminal activities. Date: 15 Feb 1916 - 24 Mar 1916. (2)Tsingtao consular trade report. Date: 15 Feb 1916. (3)British claim against Chinese bank settled. Date: 15 Feb 1916. (4)Neutrality of China: violations by Allies alleged by German press in China. Date: 15 Feb 1916 - 4 Mar 1916. (5)Chinese arms and ammunition import regulations. Date: 22 Feb 1916. (6)Intercepted German correspondence: letters from Walter Fischer, German schoolmaster in Shanghai. Date: 22 Feb 1916 - 1 Mar 1916. (7)Inspector-General of Salt Administration: Richard Dane's contract renewal. Date: 23 Feb 1916. (8)Hong Kong: proposed imposition of salt tax; Anglo-Chinese Customs Agreement. Date: 24 Feb 1916 - 7 Nov 1916. (9)Claims against Chinese Railway Administration for misappropriation of land. Date: 24 Feb 1916 - 16 Oct 1916. (10)British import duties on silk from Japan and China. Date: 24 Feb 1916 - 2 Mar 1916. (11)German attempts to gain further concessions at Canton. Date: 25 Feb 1916 - 3 Oct 1916. (12)Offer to provide documentary evidence of German intrigues in China. Date: 25 Feb 1916. (13)Germans employed by Chinese Railway Administration: Allied protestsagainst. Date: 25 Feb 1916. (14)Anglo-American relations in China: Tientsin Sunday Journal incident. Date: 28 Feb 1916 - 29 Feb 1916. (15)Gold shipments by foreign banks from Shanghai. Date: 29 Feb 1916. (16)Central Powers intrigues in Far East: Turkish anti-British propaganda and German activities in Chinese Turkestan; German spy Otto vonHentig. Date: 29 Feb 1916 - 11 Dec 1916. (17)Military weapons for China: purchase from United States by German firm. Date: 29 Feb 1916 - 22 Jun 1916. (18)Opium smuggling; seizure of baggage of Colombian citizen in Jamaica. Date: 1 Mar 1916 - 22 Jun 1916. (19)Chinese laborers for France: transport to France; recruitment by Frenchgovernment in Canton. Date: 6 Mar 1916 - 8 Dec 1916. (20)Peking Legation Military Attach? appointment of D. S. Robertson. Date: 6 Mar 1916 - 1 Jul 1916. (21)Customs regulations: Chinese Maritime Customs requirement of fullcargo manifest. Date: 6 Mar 1916 - 13 Jul 1916.

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62. --536 p.. --Volume 2655. China Political (cont.). 子目: (1)Whangpoo River Conservancy. Date: 6 Mar 1916. (2)Allied Powers Trade Conference. Date: 10 Mar 1916. (3)Small arms machinery from United States. Date: 10 Mar 1916 - 6 Apr 1916. (4)Hong Kong deportation ordinance. Date: 13 Mar 1916. (5)Anglo-Russian Municipal Agreement at Harbin adopted by Belgian, Dutch, and Spanish governments. Date: 14 Mar 1916. (6)Antimony supply from Kwangsi Province. Date: 14 Mar 1916. (7)Russian relations with Japan and China: visit of Grand Duke George to Tokyo; Russo-Chinese agreement on Barga. Date: 14 Mar 1916 - 15 Jul 1916. (8)Treaty ports in Far East: list. Date: 15 Mar 1916 - 14 Oct 1916. (9)Sino-Japanese relations: article in Sino-Japanese weekly magazine. Date: 20 Mar 1916 - 30 Mar 1916. (10)Russo-Mongolian telegraph agreement: possible transfer of Kalgan-Urga-Kiakta line to Mongolian government. Date: 20 Mar 1916. (11)Chinkiang trade report, 1915. Date: 20 Mar 1916. (12)Parliamentary questions on trade of Tsingtao. Date: 21 Mar 1916. (13)Mineral resources in China: lead and zinc ore in Hunan. Date: 27 Mar 1916. (14)New Guinea: status of Chinese residents. Date: 31 Mar 1916. (15)Burma-Yunnan frontier meeting. Date: 31 Mar 1916 - 7 Jun 1916. (16)Customs regulations on goods shipped to Tsingtao from Korea. Date: 6 Apr 1916 - 30 Aug 1916. (17)Expulsion of Germans from British concessions in China. Date: 6 Apr 1916 - 22 Nov 1916. (18)Salt gabelle: release of surplus revenue to Chinese government; Four-Power Group negotiations. Date: 6 Apr 1916 - 19 Dec 1916. (19)Abortive uprising in Changsha: arrest of Chinese Wesleyan convert. Date: 7 Apr 1916. (20)Currency loan extension; exclusion of German group. Date: 10 Apr 1916 - 27 Oct 1916. (21)Smuggling of arms and ammunition into Yunnan Province for rebels by Germany and Japan. Date: 10 Apr 1916 - 29 Apr 1916.

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63. --499 p. . --Volume 2656. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Loan by American bankers. Date: 12 Apr 1916 - 26 Jun 1916. (2)German proposal for central stores in China. Date: 17 Apr 1916 - 9 Aug 1916. (3)Peking Government University: creation of engineering department; request for equipment from British manufacturers. Date: 18 Apr 1916 - 5 Oct 1916. (4)Chinese Minister to Japan: appointment. Date: 21 Apr 1916 - 19 Aug 1916. (5)Riot at Nanking: suppression by United States gunboat. Date: 25 Apr 1916. (6)Japanese troops in China: British claims for destruction of property during siege of Tsingtao. Date: 26 Apr 1916. (7)Sino-German treaties: clauses to allow Germans to act as executors and trustees in China. Date: 27 Apr 1916. (8)Anglo-American cooperation for development of railways and industry; American railway concessions. Date: 28 Apr 1916 - 6 Dec 1916. (9)Development of British concessions in Manchuria. ate: 1 May 1916 - 18 May 1916. (10)German musicians in Shanghai municipal band. Date: 3 May 1916 - 31 Jul 1916. (11)Sino-Russian liquor agreement: prohibition of liquor trade in Chinese Eastern Railway zone. Date: 8 May 1916 - 30 Nov 1916. (12)Difficulty of Chinese government in paying Canton-Kowloon Railway Loan; Hukuang Railways Loan. Date: 9 May 1916 - 24 Aug 1916. (13)Sino-Portuguese dispute over islands near Macao. Date: 12 May 1916 - 20 Dec 1916. (14)Chinese financial crisis: suspension of cash payments by Chinese banks; assistance of foreign banks. Date: 12 May 1916 - 16 Oct 1916. (15)Telegrams from China: payments. Date: 15 May 1916. (16)Trademarks in China: infringement by Russian firm in Shanghai. Date: 1916. (17)Chinese navy: agreement with Sino-German firm for smokeless gunpowder. Date: 17 May 1916. (18)Reports of John Jordan's retirement; appointment of Beilby Alston asCounsellor and arrival in Peking. Date: 22 May 1916 - 19 Sep 1916. (19)Hong Kong: infraction of British territorial rights by Chinese gunboat. Date: 22 May 1916 - 15 Jun 1916. (20)Peking Legation guard: possibility of emergency reinforcement. Date: 22 May 1916 - 3 Jun 1916. (21)Agreement between Yunnan Syndicate and Chinese government for liquidation of debt. Date: 23 May 1916. (22)Chinese engineering students: German technical schools in China. Date: 24 May 1916 - 21 Nov 1916. (23)German concessions in China: proposed transfer to Allied concerns. Date: 24 May 1916 - 22 Sep 1916. (24)Franco-Japanese relations: visit of Governor-General of French Indochina to Tokyo; tariff negotiations. Date: 31 May 1916 - 18 Jul 1916. (25)Chinese merchant shipping: request to place vessels under British flag. Date: 1 Jun 1916. (26)Trademarks in China: possible infringement by Japanese firm. Date: 6 Jun 1916 - 19 Jun 1916. (27)German Legation barracks at Peking: fire. Date: 7 Jun 1916. (28)Japanese Minister to China: recall and replacement; effect on Sino-Japanese relations. Date: 9 Jun 1916 - 18 Sep 1916.

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64. --585 p.. --Volume 2657. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)French Indochina tariffs on British imports. Date: 9 Jun 1916 -15 Nov 1916. (2)Censorship of seditious pamphlets from China destined for British parliament members. Date: 14 Jun 1916 - 20 Jun 1916. (3)Inability of Chinese government to pay bonds due on Honan Railway Loan of 1905 by Pekin Syndicate. Date: 16 Jun 1916 - 18 Sep 1916. (4)Newspapers in China: request for aid in circulation of Eastern Engineering. Date: 24 Jun 1916. (5)Chihli conservancy efforts. Date: 26 Jun 1916. (6)Bank of China: appointment of S. E. Lucas as Assistant General Manager. Date: 30 Jun 1916 - 19 Aug 1916. (7)Chinese government mining regulations. Date: 19 Jul 1916. (8)Gyantse Trade Agency: annual report, 1915 - 1916. Date: 27 Jul 1916. (9)Mineral resources in China: potash deposits in Szechuan Province and proposed loan by Anglo-French Corporation to Szechuan government toobtain rights. Date: 2 Aug 1916 - 30 Oct 1916. (10)Chinese trade telegrams: British decryption. Date: 4 Aug 1916. (11)Chinese financial crisis: suspension of cash payments by Chinese banks; effect on railway loans. Date: 5 Aug 1916 - 6 Oct 1916. (12)Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation: run on. Date: 15 Aug 1916. (13)Chinese Labour Corps. Date: 19 Aug 1916 - 30 Dec 1916.

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65. --570 p. . --Volume 2658. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Peking Legation Naval Attaché appointment of A. S. Hutton. Date: 21 Aug 1916 - 25 Nov 1916. (2)Upper Brahmaputra: report on expedition. Date: 23 Aug 1916. (3)Peking Legation messenger service: substitution of bicycles for horses. Date: 23 Aug 1916. (4)Anglo-Italian commercial activities in China: proposal for greater cooperation. Date: 30 Aug 1916. (5)Steam navigation of upper Yangtze River. Date: 30 Aug 1916. (6)Status of British property in German concession at Hankow. Date: 30 Aug 1916. (7)Cheng-chia-tun incident: attack on Japanese merchants by Chinese soldiers in Eastern Mongolia; Japanese demands in response. Date: 5 Sep 1916 - a Nov 1916. (8)German wartime attitudes in China. Date: 5 Sep 1916. (9)Japanese military advisor to Chinese government: appointment of General Aoki. Date: 5 Sep 1916 - 22 Oct 1916. (10)Chinese treasury bills: request to Royal Bank of Canada from Chinese government to discount. Date: 9 Sep 1916 - 11 Sep 1916. (11)Intercepted German consular correspondence on Ping-hsiang coal mines in Hunan Province. Date: 11 Sep 1916. (12)Bank of China Hong Kong branch. Date: 12 Sep 1916 - 19 Dec 1916. (13)Chinese National Assembly: representation of Tibet and Mongolia and opposition by Russia and Great Britain. Date: 15 Sep 1916 - 29 Oct 1916. (14)British Chamber of Commerce at Shanghai: report on British trade. Date: 15 Sep 1916 - 26 Sep 1916. (15)Neutrality of China: proposal for China to join Entente. Date: 20 Sep 1916 - 7 Dec 1916. (16)Foreign advisors to Chinese government. Date: 21 Sep 1916. (17)John Brown & Co. contract negotiations with Chinese government for construction of coast defense ships for China. Date: 22 Sep 1916. (18)Proposed Austrian loan to China. Date: 22 Sep 1916 - 19 Dec 1916. (19)Tobacco tax by Russian authorities at Harbin. Date: 25 Sep 1916. (20)British consular officer H. Harding: proposed return to post in China via Chinese Turkestan. Date: 28 Sep 1916 - 5 Oct 1916. (21)Intercepted German correspondence from Shanghai. Date: 29 Sep 1916 - 23 Oct 1916. (22)Japanese propaganda in South China. Date: 7 Oct 1916. (23)Imitation of British designs by Japanese printer. Date: 11 Oct 1916 - 23 Nov 1916. (24)Progress report on railways in China, August 1914 - August 1916. Date: 16 Oct 1916. (25)Hong Kong quarantine of arrivals from Macao. Date: 18 Oct 1916 - 14 Nov 1916. (26)Chinese airplane factory in Honan. Date: 19 Oct 1916. (27)Japanese aid to Mongol raiders. Date: 19 Oct 1916. (28)Canton-Hankow Railway. Date: 19 Oct 1916. (29)Income tax and effect on British rubber companies. Date: 20 Oct 1916. (30)German military weapons industry in China. Date: 24 Oct 1916. (31)British mining concessions in Manchuria. Date: 25 Oct 1916 - 21 Nov 1916. (32)German settlement at Chengtu. Date: 25 Oct 1916. (33)American commercial activities in China: proposed steamship service in Far East using ships transferred from German flag. Date: 27 Oct 1916 - 28 Nov 1916. (34)Scheme for supervision of Chinese in Great Britain by Charles Etti LeGay (a.k.a. Charles E. Etti). Date: 31 Oct 1916 - 23 Dec 1916. (35)French concessions in China: Franco-Chinese negotiations on extensionat Tientsin; French occupation of extension (Lao-hsi-kai incident). Date: 5 Nov 1916 - 26 Dec 1916.

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66. --206 p.. --Volume 2659. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Kansu Province expedition by Eric Teichman. Date: 7 Nov 1916. (2)Medical reports: annual summary from consulates in China. Date: 7 Nov 1916. (3)Bermuda exclusion of Chinese. Date: 8 Nov 1916. (4)Yunnan Province visit by British horticulturist. Date: 13 Nov 1916. (5)Chinese commercial activities: European agents of Chinese firms. Date: 14 Nov 1916. (6)Kansu Province expedition expenses. Date: 21 Nov 1916 - 26 Dec 1916. (7)Foreign missionary's failure to obey consular warning on travel to Szechuan. Date: 21 Nov 1916. (8)United States relations with the Entente in China. Date: 21 Nov 1916. (9)British consular reports on trade: change in distribution. Date: 22 Nov 1916. (10)Hong Kong recruitment of native troops. Date: 22 Nov 1916 - 6 Dec 1916. (11)Steel rails from China. Date: 27 Nov 1916 - 28 Nov 1916. (12)Belgian Lung-hai and Pienlo Railway Loan. Date: 2 Dec 1916. (13)British diplomatic and consular officials in China: salaries. Date: 4 Dec 1916. (14)Sino-French incident at Tientsin: letter from James Grinnell. Date: 14 Dec 1916. (15)Canada: objection to export of flour and wheat from China. Date: 19 Dec 1916. (16)Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: appointment of Arthur J. Balfour. Date: 19 Dec 1916. (17)Sino-American relations: American newspaper account. Date: 29 Dec 1916. (18)Tobacco industry in China. Date: 30 Dec 1916. (19)Hukuang Railways. Date: 31 Dec 1916
 
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67. --551 p.. --General Correspondence: Political, 1917. Volume 2904. China Political.子目: (1)Tibet affairs: Sino-Tibetan hostilities; Gartok, Gyantse, and Yatung tradeagencie's reports; Sino-Tibetan negotiations on frontier; Chinese resident in Tibet; proposed settlement with China; journey through Tibetan frontier by British Vice-Consul at Tachienlu; Tibetan representation in Chinese parliament.. Date: 1 Jan 1917 - 29 Dec 1917. (2)Central Power's intrigues in Far East: Otto von Hentig's activities in China. Date: 1 Jan 1917 - 9 Apr 1917

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68. --566 p.. --Volume 2905. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Central Power's intrigues in Far East (cont.): movement of hostile enemy subjects in China; escaped Austrian prisoners in Afghanistan; statement of Indian prisoner traveling with Otto von Hentig; Otto von Hentig's escape from China. Date: 11 Apr 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (2)Chinese Labour Corps: recruitment; officers; transportation; pay. Date: 2 Jan 1917 - 8 Mar 1917

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69. --480 p.. --Volume 2906. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Labour Corps (cont.): recruitment; officers; transportation; pay. Date: 12 May 1917 - 31 Dec 1917

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70. --517 p.. --Volume 2907. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Finances of China: release of surplus salt revenue; Boxer indemnity installments paid, December 1916 - November 1917. Date: 3 Jan 1917 - Dec 1917. (2)Political conditions in China: dispute between civil and military governors in Kwangtung Province; appointment of Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs and Special Envoy to Japan; conflict between Kuomintang and Chinese Premier; armed conflict between Yunnanese and Szechuanese troops in Chengtu; Sino-Tibetan skirmish in the Tibetan Marches. Date: 3 Jan 1917 - 3 Dec 1917. (3)Foreign loans to China: supplementary issue of Chinese Reorganisation Loan and advances; extension of Intergroup Agreement of 1912; proposed Belgian and American participation in loan consortium; American loans. Date: 3 Jan 1917 - 5 Jun 1917

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71. --485 p.. --Volume 2908. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Foreign loans to China (cont.): Second Chinese Reorganisation Loan and advances; extension of Intergroup Agreement of 1912; proposed Belgianand American participation in loan consortium; American refusal to join consortium; effect of China's declaration of war on German loans; currency reform loan. Date: 6 Jun 1917 - 31 Dec 1917

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72. --655 p.. --Volume 2909. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Income tax on British subjects and companies in China. Date: 4 Jan 1917 - 15 Mar 1917. (2)Hukuang railways: elimination of German participation, construction funds, and application for loan. Date: 4 Jan 1917 - 17 Dec 1917. (3)British consular service in China: tour of Great Britain by Assistant Commercial Attaché appointment of Consular Assistant to Commercial Attaché to China; retirement and replacement of Consul-General at Chengtu. Date: 4 Jan 1917 - 22 Oct 1917. (4)Intercepted German correspondence from Shanghai. Abstract: Covers intercepted letter from German superintendent of Hankow Municipal Police. Date: 5 Jan 1917. (5)Opium: Chinese government inspection of provinces; Shanghai opium combine agreement with Chinese government; Dutch East Indies and British colonies regulations; import into Caribbean; suppression in French Indochina. Date: 6 Jan 1917 - 17 Oct 1917

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73. --620 p.. --Volume 2910. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium (cont.): Chinese government inspection of provinces; Shanghai opium combine agreement with Chinese government; closing of provinces to import of Burmese opium. Date: 19 Oct 1917 - 31 Dec 1917. (2)Parliamentary question on relationship of British trade to Russo-Japanese railroad transfer in Manchuria. Date: 8 Jan 1917. (3)Wartime situation in China: Sino-German relations; China's entry into war; Japanese policy in China. Date: 8 Jan 1917 - 20 Mar 1917

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74. --489 p. . --Volume 2911. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wartime situation in China (cont.): Sino-German relations; China's entryinto war; political crisis over war; Sino-American relations. Date: 20 Mar 1917 - 21 Jun 1917

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75. --367 p.. --Volume 2912. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wartime situation in China (cont.): Sino-German relations; China's entry into war; monarchist coup in China; activities of Kuomintang; status of enemy aliens and concessions in China; postponement of Boxer indemnity payments; proposed military assistance from China. Date: 22 Jun 1917 - 4 Sep 1917

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76. --492 p.. --Volume 2913. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wartime situation in China (cont.): monarchist coup in China; status of enemy aliens and concessions in China; postponement of Boxer indemnity payments; proposed military assistance from China. Date: 5 Sep 1917 - 29 Dec 1917

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77. --553 p.. --Volume 2914. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Russian Turkestan: Muslim rising. Date: 8 Jan 1917. (2)Governor of Hong Kong: visit to Civil Governor of Kwangtung; visit of Military Governor of Kwangtung to Hong Kong. Date: 11 Jan 1917 - 12 May 1917. (3)British mining concessions in Manchuria. Date: 11 Jan 1917 - 1 Mar 1917. (4)Morphia: growth of use in China; smuggling into China from Japan; restrictions on export to Japan. Date: 13 Jan 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (5)British and American interests in railways in China. Date: 13 Jan 1917 - 9 Oct 1917. (6)French concessions in China: Franco-Chinese negotiations on extension at Tientsin; Lao-hsi-kai incident. Date: 17 Jan 1917 - 12 Feb 1917. (7)Yunnanfu: proposed new arsenal. Date: 17 Jan 1917 - 22 Aug 1917. (8)Kashgar: diary for October 1916 - September 1917. Date: 17 Jan 1917 - 14 Dec 1917

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78. --509 p.. --Volume 2915. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Agreement between Strauch & Co. and Chinese government. Date: 18 Jan 1917 - 29 Jan 1917. (2)Peking Legation utility charges. Date: 20 Jan 1917 - 14 Jul 1917. (3)German intrigues in China. Date: 24 Jan 1917. (4)Shanghai-Nanking Railway; dispute with Chinese government over profits. Date: 24 Jan 1917 - 14 Dec 1917. (5)Salt gabelle: release of surplus revenue to Chinese government; Four-Power Group negotiations; German vacancies in salt gabelle administration. Date: 24 Jan 1917 - 27 Nov 1917. (6)Sino-Portuguese dispute over islands near Macao. Date: 24 Jan 1917. (7)Expulsion of Germans from British concessions in China. Date: 29 Jan 1917 - 24 Feb 1917. (8)Trademarks in China: registration. Date: 29 Jan 1917 - 13 Nov 1917. (9)Wireless communications in China: Chinese government contracts with British and Dutch firms. Date: 31 Jan 1917 - 14 Dec 1917. (10)Amalgamation and leases in British concessions in China. Date: 1 Feb 1917 - 7 Dec 1917. (11)Japanese intrigues in China: Yunnan Province. Date: 2 Feb 1917. (12)British troops in Far East: Hong Kong and North China garrisons. Date: 3 Feb 1917. (13)Trademarks in China: Franco-Swedish Convention for protection of trademarks. Date: 13 Feb 1917. (14)Steel rails; lighters; tugboats from China. Date: 18 Feb 1917 - 11 Apr 1917. (15)Burma-China frontier dispute over boundary; progress report on Lohit Valley road, Assam; Burma-Yunnan frontier meetings. Date: 20 Feb 1917 - 5 Nov 1917. (16)Railways in Hupei, Hunan, and Honan provinces. Date: 20 Feb 1917 - 28 Mar 1917. (17)Chinese laborers in Samoa: discrimination against. Date: 20 Feb 1917 - 26 Dec 1917

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79. --512 p.. --China Political (cont.). Volume 2916. 子目: (1)Shipping for war material from China. Date: 21 Feb 1917 - 15 Dec 1917. (2)Chinese Parliament: representation of residents abroad. Date: 22 Feb 1917 - 5 Sep 1917. (3)Chinese naval matters: visit of Chinese Naval Mission to Great Britain; appointment of Naval Attaché to Chinese London Legation; training of Chinese naval students in Great Britain. Date: 26 Feb 1917 - 3 Nov 1917. (4)Intercepted enemy correspondence on escaped Austrian and German prisoners and German commercial activities in China. Date: 26 Feb 1917 - 24 Aug 1917. (5)Repatriation of destitute Chinese from Egypt. Date: 26 Feb 1917 - 31 Mar 1917. (6)German Navy League: members in Kwangtung Province. Date: 1 Mar 1917. (7)Plot to restore Manchu dynasty; Japanese support. Date: 2 Mar 1917. (8)Tientsin-Pukow Railway and Japanese opposition to British control of northern section. Date: 5 Mar 1917 - 19 Apr 1917. (9)Chinese stamp tax: application to non-Chinese residents in China. Date: 5 Mar 1917 - 19 Jun 1917. (10)British engineer at Chengtu arsenal. Date: 10 Mar 1917 - 9 Jul 1917. (11)Tibetan monasteries in Peking. Date: 13 Mar 1917. (12)British consular reports on trade. Date: 13 Mar 1917 - 2 Jul 1917. (13)German rolling stock for Chuchow-Ping-hsiang Railway. Date: 5 Jan 1917. (14)Confucianism adopted as state religion of China. Date: 13 Mar 1917. (15)Assault by Chinese soldier on British women at Nanking; case resolved. Date: 13 Mar 1917. (16)Cheng-chia-tung incident: Sino-Japanese negotiations. Date: 13 Mar 1917 - 15 Mar 1917. (17)Chinese Turkestan: British Indian trade. Date: 14 Mar 1917. (18)Short term loan to Bank of Communications by Japanese syndicate. Date: 15 Mar 1917 - 29 Dec 1917. (19)Hsuchow Conference of 1916. Date: 15 Mar 1917

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80. --537 p.. --Volume 2917. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Maritime Customs Service replacement of German staff with British. Date: 15 Mar 1917 - 31 Oct 1917. (2)Claims of Armstrong Whitworth Co. against Chinese government for overdue treasury bills. Date: 15 Mar 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (3)Chinese overseas nationalist groups. Date: 15 Mar 1917 - 4 Dec 1917. (4)British mining concessions in Szechuan Province. Date: 16 Mar 1917 - 20 Jun 1917. (5)Canada: objection to export of flour and wheat from China. Date: 19 Mar 1917 - 26 Apr 1917. (6)Peking Legation messenger service: substitution of bicycles for horses. Date: 22 Mar 1917 - 13 Jul 1917. (7)Chinese Seamen's Union. Date: 22 Mar 1917 - 22 Apr 1917. (8)Effects of Russian Revolution on British interests at Harbin. Date: 24 Mar 1917 - 1 Dec 1917. (9)Arms and ammunition smuggling from Chinese Turkestan into Afghanistan and India. Date: 26 Mar 1917 - 13 Jul 1917. (10)Money order agreement between Great Britain and China. Date: 26 Mar 1917. (11)Chinese supply company to organize export of war material from China. Date: 26 Mar 1917 - 23 May 1917. (12)Missionaries in Tibet. Date: 28 Mar 1917. (13)Royal Navy petty officers: employment of medically discharged petty officers on merchant steamers. Date: 29 Mar 1917 - 28 Apr 1917. (14)Military service of British subjects in China. Date: 30 Mar 1917 - 14 Apr 1917. (15)British intelligence protocol at Shanghai; purchase of guns from Shanghai arsenal. Date: 7 Apr 1917 - 30 May 1917. (16)French Minister at Peking: controversy over Salt Administration post; departure and replacement. Date: 7 Apr 1917 - 13 Nov 1917. (17)French consular officer: bravery during sinking of Athos. Date: 7 Apr 1917. (18)Sino-Afghan relations: attempt of local Chinese authorities to establish direct relations with Afghanistan; British protection of Afghans in China. Date: 9 Apr 1917 - 15 Nov 1917. (19)Death of Prince Ch'ing. Date: 9 Apr 1917. (20)French Indochina tariffs on British imports. Date: 9 Apr 1917 - 6 Jun 1917. (21)Foreign postal agencies in China: efforts of Chinese government to take control; Chinese opposition to British stamps surcharged "China" German post offices in China. Date: 9 Apr 1917 - 19 Nov 1917. (22)Belgian Minister at Peking: transfer and replacement. Date: 9 Apr 1917 - 27 Oct 1917. (23)Peking Legation Chancery Attendant: death and replacement of John Male. Date: 9 Apr 1917 -22 Oct 1917. (24)Default on Austrian Loan of 1913. Date: 10 Apr 1917.
 
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81. --573 p. . --Volume 2918. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Sino-French Indochina frontier: French fears of Yunnanese invasion of Tonkin; Anglo-French trade conflict in Yunnan. Date: 12 Apr 1917 - 20 Oct 1917. (2)Foreign troops in China: strength and distribution. Date: 12 Apr 1917 - 19 Sep 1917. (3)Chinese laborers for Mesopotamia. Date: 16 Apr 1917 - 20 Apr 1917. (4)Wheat cultivation methods in China. Date: 16 Apr 1917 - 17 May 1917. (5)British shipping in Far East: requisition for European duty. Date: 20 Apr 1917. (6)Currency loan extension. Date: 20 Apr 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (7)British diplomatic postal service to Far East: switch from Siberian to North American route. Date: 20 Apr 1917 - 20 Oct 1917. (8)Peking Legation Naval Intelligence reports not received by Naval Attach? Date: 23 Apr 1917 - 29 Apr 1917. (9)Shanghai trial of German marine before Mixed Court. Date: 23 Apr 1917 - 14 Aug 1917. (10)Chinese purchase of ex-German destroyers from Argentina; importance of continued Chinese neutrality during negotiations. (11)Date: 1 May 1917 - 11 Jun 1917. (12)Diplomatic situation during wartime: views of U.S. Secretary of State. Date: 8 May 1917. (13)Burma-China frontier; Chinese customs station on Ku-yung route. Date: 8 May 1917 - 14 Jun 1917. (14)Yangtze River: patrols by Japanese; incidents of brigandage. Date: 14 May 1917 - 15 Dec 1917. (15)Refusal of offer of Americans, Dutch and Japanese to join Special Police Reserve at Hong Kong. Date: 16 May 1917 - 13 Sep 1917. (16)Peking Legation Assistant Military Attach? appointment of R. B. Denny. Date: 19 May 1917 - 20 Oct 1917. (17)Anglo-Chinese Customs Agreement at Hong Kong. Date: 19 May 1917. (18)Peking Legation Chinese Secretary: promotion of Sidney Barton to First Secretary rank. Date: 23 May 1917 - 1 Oct 1917. (19)Wildlife preservation in China: prohibition of export of pheasants from Yangtze Valley; proposed prohibition of export of all non-migratory birds from China. Date: 26 May 1917 - 6 Dec 1917

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82. --552 p. . --Volume 2919. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British concessions at Hankow: transfer of land to British firm; corrections to China (Companies) Order-in-Council, 1915. Date: 26 May 1917 - 17 Dec 1917. (2)Anglo-Chinese relations: offer of services to promote better relations. Date: 31 May 1917. (3)Machinery from Shanghai and Kiangnan Arsenals and British requisition of Norwegian ships under construction in China. Date: 2 Jun 1917 - 31 Aug 1917. (4)Debts owed to China: A. J. Barry & Partners for construction of Hulutao Harbor works. Date: 2 Jun 1917 - 15 Nov 1917. (5)Date: 8 Jun 1917 - 24 Jul 1917. (6)Bribery charges levied against government ministers. Date: 9 Jun 1917 - 18 Jun 1917. (7)Chinese enemy agitators. Date: 12 Jun 1917 - 6 Sep 1917. (8)British and American commercial activities in China: proposed creation of Anglo-American-Chinese Corporation. Date: 12 Jun 1917. (9)Rate of exchange: detrimental effect on salaries of British diplomatic, consular and military personnel in China. Date: 15 Jun 1917 - 23 Nov 1917. (10)Agricultural commodities from China: shipments to Great Britain. Date: 20 Jun 1917 - 30 Jul 1917. (11)Political situation in China. Date: 20 Jun 1917. (12)Immigration of Chinese into United States from British West Indies: certification. Date: 23 Jun 1917. (13)Islam in Asia: excerpt from Japanese newspapers. Date: 27 Jun 1917. (14)Japanese Kirin-Changchun Railway loan. Date: 27 Jun 1917 - 29 Dec 1917. (15)German support for Sun Yat-sen. Date: 27 Jun 1917 - 10 Aug 1917. (16)British consular criminal jurisdiction and extraterritoriality: Chinese demand for extradition order before handing over British murder suspect to British custody. Date: 27 Jun 1917. (17)Fires on British and Allied property at Hankow. Date: 13 Jul 1917. (18)Military service exemption request by British engineers. Date: 16 Jul 1917 - 31 Dec 1917. (19)Chinese National Assembly: representation of Chinese in Hong Kong. Date: 20 Jul 1917. (20)Hong Kong registration and regulation of Indian watchmen. Date: 24 Jul 1917. (21)German propaganda in Chinese Turkestan. Date: 25 Jul 1917. (22)Japanese commercial activities in China: explosives factory at Dairen. Date: 25 Jul 1917. (23)Chinese troop movements interrupting railway communication on Peking-Shanhaikuan line. Date: 25 Jul 1917 - 8 Oct 1917. (24)Chinese Maritime Customs Service appointment of Japanese customs commissioners at Antung and Newchwang. Date: 26 Jul 1917. (25)Foreign consular services: appointment of British subjects as officers. Date: 26 Jul 1917 - 26 Oct 1917. (26)Chinese Minister at London: salary advances from Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. Date: 26 Jul 1917. (27)Anglo-French commercial interests in China: dispute over railway and mining rights in Kwangsi Province. Date: 26 Jul 1917 - 31 Oct 1917

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83. --454 p.. --Volume 2920. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Shanghai Mixed Court: conduct of British assessor in Ting Huai case. Date: 3 Aug 1917 - 11 Oct 1917. (2)Military weapons for China: contracts with American firms. Date: 6 Aug 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (3)Chinese Maritime Customs Service medical examination of French officers. Date: 6 Aug 1917 - 9 Aug 1917. (4)Request that Chinese troops be allowed near Tientsin. Date: 6 Aug 1917. (5)Passenger railway traffic from China: Allied military control; Russian passport restriction. Date: 9 Aug 1917 - 4 Dec 1917. (6)Visit of Lieutenant-General Tang Tsai-li to French front. Date: 11 Aug 1917 - 17 Oct 1917. (7)British Legation Chancery assistant: new hire request. Date: 11 Aug 1917 - 3 Oct 1917. (8)Austrian commercial activities in China: contracts for military weapons and railway material with Chinese government. Date: 14 Aug 1917 - 16 Oct 1917. (9)Sino-Russian alcohol agreement: prohibition of alcohol trade in Chinese Eastern Railway zone; exclusion of British subjects. Date: 14 Aug 1917 - 3 Dec 1917. (10)Japanese aid to Mongol raiders in Manchuria. Date: 15 Aug 1917 - 3 Sep 1917. (11)Tobacco tax by Russian authorities at Harbin. Date: 15 Aug 1917. (12)French concession extension at Shanghai. Date: 15 Aug 1917. (13)Chinese science students: difficulties in finding jobs. Date: 16 Aug 1917 - 7 Dec 1917. (14)Netherlands Minister at Peking: reported pro-German attitude. Date: 18 Aug 1917. (15)Complaint lodged by J. Craig regarding termination of employment with Peking-Mukden Railway. Date: 27 Aug 1917. (16)British consul at Harbin: memorandum on duties of consular officer and trade opportunities in Harbin. Date: 30 Aug 1917. (17)British contract for railway bridges. Date: 8 Sep 1917. (18)British shipping in Chinese waters: effect of shortage of tonnage; proposed control from Hong Kong. Date: 10 Sep 1917 - 23 Nov 1917. (19)Austro-Hungarian concessions in China: attempted seizure of concession at Tientsin by disaffected Austro-Hungarians. Date: 10 Sep 1917. (20)Education of Chinese youth: plan to establish British-financed schools in China. Date: 13 Sep 1917. (21)Chinese proposal to use German telegraph cables between Shanghai, Kiaochow, and Chefoo. Date: 13 Sep 1917 - 5 Oct 1917. (22)Reconnection of telegraph line running through Weihaiwei; temporary suspension of censorship. Date: 13 Sep 1917 - 18 Oct 1917. (23)Japanese-American relations: Japanese mission to United States for greater economic cooperation in China. Date: 17 Sep 1917 - 27 Dec 1917. (24)Deportation of alleged criminal Joseph Rothman. Date: 18 Sep 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (25)Southwest China: report on agricultural and manufactured items. Date: 1 Oct 1917. (26)German ships seized by Chinese government. Date: 6 Oct 1917 - 26 Oct 1917. (27)Claim against Chinese government for bunker coal supplied to enemy ships. Date: 8 Oct 1917. (28)Military weapons for China: contract with Japanese syndicate. Date: 12 Oct 1917 - 29 Dec 1917

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84. --324 p.. --Volume 2921. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Kwangtung Province prospecting and mining rights. Date: 16 Oct 1917 - 12 Dec 1917. (2)Chinese customs tariff revision. Date: 19 Oct 1917 - 26 Dec 1917. (3)Foreign advisors to Chinese government: military and semi-military. Date: 19 Oct 1917. (4)Harbin Municipal Election Law. Date: 20 Oct 1917 - 8 Dec 1917. (5)Chinese laborers for France: workshop and wagon-building companies. Date: 22 Oct 1917 - 19 Nov 1917. (6)Peking Legation clerk: leave request. Date: 22 Oct 1917. (7)Representation for British Manufacturers Ltd. Date: 22 Oct 1917. (8)Floods in China: Haiho River and Grand Canal at Tientsin; Hong Kong relief efforts. Date: 19 Nov 1917 - 11 Dec 1917. (9)Foreign Office assistance to lawsuits brought against British firms in Far East. Date: 25 Oct 1917. (10)Suspicious activities of Dutch missionaries on Yunnan Province-Tibet border. Date: 27 Oct 1917 - 21 Nov 1917. (11)Sino-Japanese police dispute in Chi-an Province. Date: 27 Oct 1917. (12)Governor of Hong Kong: leave of absence for F. H. May. Date: 1 Nov 1917 - 20 Nov 1917. (13)Peking Legation request for China Department Agreement Book. Date: 9 Nov 1917 - 20 Nov 1917. (14)Negotiations with Chile for import of sodium nitrate into China. Date: 10 Nov 1917. (15)Shensi Province political conditions. Date: 13 Nov 1917. (16)Hong Kong visit of Chinese naval squadron; denial of supplies to rebel Chinese transport Kuanghoi. Date: 20 Nov 1917 - 3 Dec 1917. (17)Chinese seamen in Great Britain: proposed transfer to Chinese Labour Corps. Date: 21 Nov 1917. (18)Anglo-Chinese Engineers Association: disposition of essential papers. Date: 21 Nov 1917. (19)Dye industry in China. [Paper missing when volume bound.] Date: 27 Nov 1917. (20)British claim against Chinese government for defense expenditures at Canton during rebellion of 1913. Date: 27 Nov 1917. (21)President of China: letter of congratulations to King George V on British victories in France; king's response. Date: 29 Nov 1917. (22)Purchase of coal mine in Hupei Province by Archibald Grant. Date: 30 Nov 1917 - 21 Dec 1917. (23)Harbin financial situation. Date: 3 Dec 1917. (24)Shensi Province commercial potential. Date: 3 Dec 1917. (25)Chinese finances: parliamentary question. Date: 12 Dec 1917. (26)Sino-Italian Arbitration Convention. Date: 12 Dec 1917 - 29 Dec 1917. (27)German Legation barracks at Peking: dispute over control. Date: 20 Dec 1917. (28)Sino-Japanese relations: recall and replacement of Japanese Minister to China; effect on Sino-Japanese relations. Date: 21 Dec 1917. (29)Peking Legation Commercial Attach? (former): request for Alexander Hosie's address. Date: 21 Dec 1917 - 31 Dec 1917. (30)Mineral resources in China: zinc, manganese, and wolfram. Date: 24 Dec 1917 - 28 Dec 1917

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85. --629 p.. --Volume 3173. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wartime situation in China: status of enemy property and concessions in China; proposed deportation of enemy subjects; suspension of Boxer indemnity payments; escaped enemy prisoners from Siberia. Date: 1 Jan 1918 - 8 Apr 1918

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86. --552 p.. --Volume 3174. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wartime situation in China (cont.): status of enemy property and concessions in China; abandonment of proposed enemy deportation scheme; suspension of Boxer indemnity payments; influx of Russian rubles into India via China; new trading with the enemy regulations. Date: 8 Apr 1918 - 9 Nov 1918

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87. --653 p.. --Volume 3175. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wartime situation in China (cont.): status of enemy property and concessions in China; abandonment of proposed enemy deportation scheme; proposed forced repatriation of enemy in China. Date: 11 Nov 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (2)Recovery by Chinese government of Hukuang Railways Loan funds from German share of Anglo-German Loans of 1896 and 1898; proposed American financing to complete Canton-Hankow Railway; Anglo-American Pukow-Sinyang Railway agreement; proposed exclusion of Germany from involvement in Hukuang Railways. Date: 1 Jan 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (3)Opium: export to Japan from Great Britain; import into British colonies; restrictions on traffic; inspection of Chinese provinces; smuggling; proposed closing of six provinces to Indian opium; opium seized at Tientsin; importation into China. Date: 1 Jan 1918 - 19 Apr 1918

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88. --571 p.. --Volume 3176. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium (cont.): export to Japan from Great Britain; importation into British colonies; agreement between Chinese government and Shanghai opium combine; International Opium Convention of 1912; destruction of opium stocks by Chinese government; poppy cultivation in provinces. Date: 25 Apr 1918 - 28 Dec 1918. (2)Anglo-American relations with Japan: Japanese mission to United States to discuss China; proposed revision of Anglo-Japanese Alliance. Date: 1 Jan 1918 - 21 Mar 1918. (3)Foreign loans to China: Second Reorganisation Loan advances by Japanese group; proposed currency reform loans; proposed further advances by British and French groups. Date: 1 Jan 1918 - 3 Jun 1918

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89. --596 p.. --Volume 3177. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Foreign loans to China (cont.): Second Reorganisation Loan advances by Japanese group; formation of new American group for currency reform loans; exclusion of Russia from proposed new Four-Power Consortium. Date: 8 Jun 1918 - 11 Dec 1918. (2)Default on Austrian Loan of 1913 and agreement on payment of interest. Date: 2 Jan 1918 - 29 Aug 1918. (3)Japanese influence, intrigues, and military weapons contracts; political and military conflict between North and South China. Date: 3 Jan 1918 - 21 Nov 1918. (4)Sale of coal mine in Hupei Province by Archibald Grant. Date: 3 Jan 1918 - 22 Jul 1918. (5)Chinese laborers in Samoa: proposed repatriation; treatment; death of Chinese subject. Date: 4 Jan 1918- 13 Sep 1918

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90. --553 p.. --Volume 3178. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Request by J. Craig for employment in China. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 17 Sep 1918. (2)Military activities in Szechuan Province. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 11 Jul 1918. (3)Intercepted correspondence with German doctor in Peking. Date: 4 Jan 1918. (4)Foreign postal agencies in China: foreign control retained; proposed withdrawal of British postal agencies. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 6 Mar 1918. (5)Foreign consular officers: appointment of British subjects. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 27 Mar 1918. (6)Salt gabelle: appointment of Chief-Inspector; abolition of Deputy Chief Inspector post. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 9 Sep 1918. (7)Chinese Labour Corps: recruitment; officers; transportation; pay; and compensation. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 12 Apr 1918

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91. --634 p.. --Volume 3179. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Labour Corps (cont.): recruitment; officers; transportation; pay; compensation; repatriation; allegations of impropriety in laborer equipment contract. Date: 20 Apr 1918 - 31 Dec 1918. (2)Finances of China: release of surplus revenue; 1917 revenue. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 10 Oct 1918. (3)Floods in China: relief efforts for Tientsin and Chihli Province; flood prevention measures. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 21 Nov 1918. (4)Amalgamation of British concession at Tientsin. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 12 Dec 1918

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92. --528 p.. --Volume 3180. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tobacco farms in Shantung Province. Date: 4 Jan 1918. (2)Burma-China frontier dispute over boundary near Pienma; Burma-Yunnan frontier meeting; jurisdiction over legal cases; border disturbances. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 19 Dec 1918. (3)Tibet affairs: Sino-Tibetan hostilities; Tibetan request for mediation of truce; Gartok, Gyantse, and Yatung trade agencies?reports; Sino-Tibetan negotiations on frontier; British Vice-Consul at Tachienlu's report of journey to Chamdo; Chinese administration of Szechuan Frontier Territory. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 3 Jul 1918

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93. --569 p.. --Volume 3181. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibet affairs (cont.): Sino-Tibetan hostilities; British mediation of truce; report on Indo-Tibetan trade; abandonment of Tibetan training in military weapons manufacture; temporary Szechuan-Tibet border agreement; Japanese activities; influx of Chinese refugees into India from Tibet. Date: 5 Jul 1918 - 21 Dec 1918. (2)German propaganda in China: alleged activities of Dr. Gehrmann. Date: 4 Jan 1918. (3)Japanese-American Grand Canal Loan. Date: 4 Jan 1918 - 28 Jan 1918. (4)Military service exemption request by British engineers. Date: 7 Jan 1918 - 12 Jan 1918. (5)Chinese troops for military service in France. Date: 8 Jan 1918 - 8 May 1918

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94. --640 p.. --Volume 3182. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Boxer indemnity: suspension of payment of Russian indemnity; British indemnity. Date: 8 Jan 1918 - 18 Jul 1918. (2)Deaths of Chinese seamen on British ships due to enemy action. Date: 10 Jan 1918 - 21 Jan 1918. (3)Kwangtung Province prospecting and mining rights. Date: 12 Jan 1918. (4)Chinese revolutionary fundraising in Siam. Date: 12 Jan 1918. (5)Anti-Chinese discrimination in South Africa. Date: 14 Jan 1918. (6)Peking Legation Naval Attach? effect of exchange rate on salary. Date: 15 Jan 1918 - 19 Feb 1918. (7)Yangtze River attacks on American and British gunboats and shipping; British claims for compensation. Date: 21 Jan 1918 - 23 Dec 1918. (8)Kiangnan dock and arsenal reorganization scheme. Date: 22 Jan 1918 - 29 Nov 1918

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95. --496 p. . --Volume 3183. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British mining concessions Szechuan Province. Date: 23 Jan 1918 - 17 Dec 1918. (2)Peking Legation Chancery Assistant replacement; pension for retiring secretary. Date: 23 Jan 1918 - 17 Dec 1918. (3)Anglo-American relations in China. Date: 23 Jan 1918 - 2 Oct 1918. (4)Chinese Chargéd Affaires at Rio de Janeiro: dealings with Germanbusinesses. Date: 24 Jan 1918 - 11 Feb 1918. (5)Chinese naval matters: visit of Chinese Naval Mission to Great Britain; appointment of Naval Attach?to Chinese legation at London; service of Chinese officer in British submarine. Date: 24 Jan 1918 - 14 Dec 1918. (6)Political situation in China: Sino-Japanese military agreement; resumption of North/South hostilities; proposed release of surplus salt revenue; troop movements in southwest China; proposed creation of neutral zone around Hankow. Date: 26 Jan 1918 - 7 Sep 1918

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96. --607 p.. --Volume 3184. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China (cont.): Sino-Japanese military agreement; North/South hostilities in Hunan; proposed release of surplus customs revenue; Allied efforts to secure truce. Date: 9 Sep 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (2)British military personnel: return to China of volunteers previously employed in commercial activities. Date: 28 Jan 1918 - 12 Jul 1918. (3)Japanese Kirin-Changchun Railway loan. Date: 28 Jan 1918. (4)French Indochina relations with Yunnan Province; proposed establishment of British consulates. Date: 28 Jan 1918 - 11 Dec 1918. (5)Shantung Province political situation; Japanese policy; British response to brigandage near Weihaiwei. Date: 28 Jan 1918 - 28 Dec 1918. (6)General Chang Hsun: exile to Réunion Island. Date: 28 Jan 1918. (7)Foreign Office maps of China on loan to War Office. Date: 30 Jan 1918. (8)Chinese laborers: recruitment for Mesopotamia. Date: 30 Jan 1918 - 18 Jun 1918

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97. --643 p.. --Volume 3185. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wireless communications in China: Chinese government contract negotiations with British, Dutch and Japanese firms. Date: 31 Jan 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (2)French Minister to China: journey to Peking. Date: 2 Feb 1918 - 12 Jul 1918. (3)Commander-in-Chief, China Station: letter of thanks from Vice-Admiral W. L. Grant. Date: 2 Feb 1918. (4)Chinese Maritime Customs Service telephone service for London office. Date: 7 Feb 1918. (5)Kashgar: diary for October 1917-September 1918; proposed establishment of wireless communications; dispatch of consular guard. Date: 8 Feb 1918 - 24 Dec 1918

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98. --542 p.. --Volume 3186. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Education of Chinese youth: proposed plan to establish British-financed schools in China. Date: 8 Feb 1918. (2)Peking Legation Assistant Chinese Secretary: adoption of rickshaw for conveyance. Date: 8 Feb 1918. (3)Peking Legation reorganization of telephone service. Date: 8 Feb 1918. (4)German portions of Anglo-German Loans of 1896 & 1898 and Tientsin-Pukow Railway Loan of 1908. Date: 9 Feb 1918 - 11 Nov 1918. (5)Passenger railway traffic from China: abandonment of Allied military control. Date: 11 Feb 1918 - 18 May 1918. (6)Wildlife preservation in China: abandonment of preservation scheme. Date: 11 Feb 1918. (7)British engineer at Chengtu arsenal. Date: 11 Feb 1918. (8)Shanghai-Nanking Railway; proposed settlement of dispute with Chinese government. Date: 11 Feb 1918 - 26 Jun 1918. (9)Hong Kong visit of Chinese naval squadron. Date: 11 Feb 1918. (10)Anglo-American relations in China: deportation of Gilbert Reid. Date: 11 Feb 1918 - 12 Jul 1918. (11)British mining concessions in Kwangsi Province. Date: 14 Feb 1918 - 9 Sep 1918. (12)Chinese declaration of war: effect on enemy employees in China. Date: 14 Feb 1918. (13)Chinese Nationalist League. Date: 15 Feb 1918. (14)German legation at Peking: dispute over control of barracks. Date: 19 Feb 1918 - 23 Dec 1918. (15)Currency loan extension; Four-Power negotiations; proposed currency reform loans; Japanese currency advisor. Date: 21 Feb 1918 - 26 Dec 1918. (16)Request for additional Chancery Assistant at Peking Legation. Date: 21 Feb 1918 - 5 Mar 1918. (17)Japanese claims to German concessions in China: Hukuang Railways; Ching Hsing coal mines. Date: 25 Feb 1918 - 2 Aug 1918. (18)Peking Legation Chaplain: contract with Church of England Mission to fill post. Date: 26 Feb 1918 - 24 Dec 1918. (19)Fraud allegations against Edmund Backhouse. Date: 28 Feb 1918 - 30 Nov 1918. (20)Telegrams from China: payments. Date: 1 Mar 1918. (21)Peking Legation Military Attach?visit to northern Manchuria. Date: 5 Mar 1918 - 11 Mar 1918. (22)Franco-Russian relations in China: dispute over transfer of Chinese Eastern Railway to Russo-Asiatic Bank. Date: 8 Mar 1918 - 18 Jun 1918. (23)Peking Legation messenger service; adoption of automobile for conveyance of Minister. Date: 12 Mar 1918 - 18 Apr 1918. (24)Sino-Korea frontier: Sino-Japanese tension. Date: 12 Mar 1918. (25)Peking Legation Chinese Secretary: salary of Sidney Barton. Date: 12 Mar 1918 - 21 Jun 1918. (26)Poles in China: extraterritoriality. Date: 14 Mar 1918 - 16 Dec 1918.

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99. --643 p.. --Volume 3187. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Canadian commercial activities in Far East: Mining Corporation of Canada interests in Manchuria and Russian Far East. Date: 14 Mar 1918 - 16 Dec 1918. (2)Belgian concessions in China: British efforts to secure Pienlo Railway concession. Date: 15 Mar 1918 - 3 Apr 1918. (3)Debts owed to China: A. J. Barry & Partners for construction of Hulutao Harbor works. Date: 18 Mar 1918 - 7 Dec 1918. (4)Loan from Japanese firm Mitsui Bushan Kaisha. Date: 19 Mar 1918 - 8 Apr 1918. (5)Peking Legation Naval Attach? clarification of telegraphic address. Date: 20 Mar 1918. (6)Shanghai Municipal Police: shortage of manpower; request of Admiralty and Indian government for new recruits. Date: 21 Mar 1918 - 17 Dec 1918. (7)Tobacco tax by Russian authorities at Harbin. Date: 21 Mar 1918. (8)General Officer Commanding, China Command: amendments to suspect list. Date: 22 Mar 1918. (9)Arrest and trial of Walter Rohr and other German subjects with forged passports; efforts to obtain Otto von Hentig's papers. Date: 27 Mar 1918 - 10 Oct 1918. (10)Weihaiwei telegraph cable supplied by French at Wusung. Date: 27 Mar 1918 - 19 Dec 1918. (11)Peking Legation Commercial Attaché rent allowance. Date: 27 Mar 1918 - 29 Aug 1918. (12)Enemy subjects in China: proposed deportation to Australia; protest of Central Powers; proposed internment in China. Date: 30 Mar 1918 - 29 Oct 1918.

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100. --507 p.. --Volume 3188. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Employment of former Straits Settlements civil service employee with Foreign Office. Date: 2 Apr 1918. (2)Letter of introduction. Date: 8 Apr 1918. (3)Bankruptcy of Harold Harker-Taylor. Date: 8 Apr 1918. (4)Chinese troop movements toward Russian Pamirs. Date: 11 Apr 1918 - 13 Jun 1918. (5)South Africa legislation prohibiting sale of alcohol to Chinese subjects. Date: 13 Apr 1918 - 10 Sep 1918. (6)Maps of Siberian Railway. Date: 13 Apr 1918. (7)Hong Kong ordinance for registration and regulation of Indian watchmen. Date: 15 Apr 1918. (8)Telegram to Peking not received. Date: 16 Apr 1918. (9)Piracy: murder of British missionary off Chekiang coast; investigation and arrest of pirates. Date: 17 Apr 1918 - 31 Oct 1918. (10)British plan for development of coal and iron deposits in Kwangtung Province. Date: 24 Apr 1918 - 18 Oct 1918. (11)Hong Kong - registered firms and amendment of China (Companies) Order-in-Council, 1915. Date: 27 Apr 1918 - 6 Aug 1918. (12)Hong Kong revision of Peak Reservation Ordinance of 1904. Date: 27 Apr 1918 - 11 Sep 1918. (13)Kwangtung Province telephone administration. Date: 27 Apr 1918 - 13 May 1918. (14)Japanese loan for extension of telegraphic communications. Date: 29 Apr 1918 - 6 Aug 1918. (15)Japanese concessions in China: Feng Huan Shan coal mines in Kiangsu Province. Date: 29 Apr 1918 - 11 Oct 1918. (16)Transfer of British mining concessions in Manchuria to Japanese firm. Date: 2 May 1918 - 6 Aug 1918. (17)Missionaries in China: protection of native Christians. Date: 2 May 1918. (18)German prisoners of war: claim of being made prisoner in neutral country. Date: 3 May 1918. (19)Japanese exploitation of tin mines in exchange for loan to Yunnan Province. Date: 17 May 1918 - 4 Nov 1918. (20)Chinese finances: general status; salt and customs revenues; loans from Japan. Date: 18 May 1918 - 26 Sep 1918. (21)Cancellation of claims for Canton defense expenditures. Date: 18 May 1918. (22)German correspondence: alleged transmission by Russian postal service. Date: 18 May 1918 - 5 Oct 1918. (23)Chinese Maritime Customs Service British staff demobilization and repatriation to China; contract for employment; medical condition. Date: 18 May 1918 - 21 Dec 1918

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101. --454 p.. --Volume 3189. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Japanese loan secured on wine and tobacco monopolies. Date: 28 May 1918 - 28 Dec 1918. (2)Chinese domestic loans: National Loans of 1914 and 1915. Date: 5 Jun 1918. (3)Chinese Navy: prevention of Japanese control; proposed reorganization by Great Britain. Date: 5 Jun 1918 - 11 Jul 1918. (4)Japanese activities in Fukien Province. Date: 5 Jun 1918 - 31 Oct 1918. (5)Chinese Maritime Customs Service British staff request for grant of passports to family. Date: 6 Jun 1918. (6)Chinese immigration to Canada: amendment of Chinese Immigration Act to exclude Chinese students from immigration tax. Date: 13 Jun 1918 - 6 Jul 1918. (7)Naval affairs on China Station: British gunboats needed for patrols near Canton and Amoy. Date: 14 Jun 1918 - 13 Dec 1918. (8)Peking Legation First Secretary: allowance for knowledge of Chinese language. Date: 18 Jun 1918. (9)Payment of interest on Honan Railway Loan. Date: 26 Jun 1918 - 6 Jul 1918. (10)Military service exemption request by secretary of China Association. Date: 6 Jul 1918 - 1 Aug 1918. (11)Kirin-Heilungkiang Gold Mines and Forestry Loan from Japan. Date: 8 Jul 1918 - 11 Oct 1918. (12)Sino-Vatican relations: proposed opening of diplomatic relations; French opposition. Date: 11 Jul 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (13)Peking Legation Chancery Assistant: request for additional. Date: 12 Jul 1918 - 10 Aug 1918. (14)British missions and consulates in Far East: implementation of sick-leave for native staff. Date: 12 Jul 1918 - 23 Aug 1918. (15)Sino-Swiss relations: treaty of amity and commerce. Date: 12 Jul 1918 - 31 Dec 1918. (16)Silver shortage in China. Date: 13 Jul 1918 - 4 Oct 1918. (17)Anti-Chinese riots in Jamaica. Date: 16 Jul 1918 - 12 Nov 1918. (18)Russo-Japanese negotiations on Chinese Eastern Railway. Date: 22 Jul 1918

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102. --511 p.. --Volume 3190. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chefoo harbor: construction of breakwater. Date: 23 Jul 1918 - 16 Aug 1918. (2)Congratulatory telegram from Chinese Premier to British government. Date: 1 Aug 1918. (3)Sino-Chilean relations: treaty of amity of 1915. Date: 3 Aug 1918 - 16 Dec 1918. (4)Tao-Ching Railway extension by Pekin Syndicate. Date: 7 Aug 1918 - 10 Sep 1918. (5)Chinese Labour Corps officer request to transfer to military service. Date: 9 Aug 1918. (6)Anglo-Chinese commercial activities in China: proposed creation of Chinese Mining Corporation Ltd. Date: 9 Aug 1918 - 19 Oct 1918. (7)Chinese National Assembly: representation of Chinese abroad. Date: 16 Aug 1918 - 24 Aug 1918. (8)Indian anarchist in Kashgar. Date: 20 Aug 1918. (9)Import into Great Britain of H. A. Giles?Introduction to the History of Chinese Pictorial Art. Date: 22 Aug 1918 - 24 Aug 1918. (10)Chinese laborer recruitment by Indian government in Singapore for service overseas. Date: 23 Aug 1918. (11)Japanese loan to Fukien Province. Date: 31 Aug 1918 - 6 Nov 1918. (12)Japanese Kirin-Huining Railway loan. Date: 31 Aug 1918. (13)Request of Austrian Zionist not to be deported. Date: 31 Aug 1918 - 27 Sep 1918. (14)Japanese financial policy toward China. Date: 31 Aug 1918 - 4 Dec 1918. (15)Swedish professor to establish university at Hankow. Date: 3 Sep 1918 - 21 Nov 1918. (16)Peking-Mukden Railway finances. Date: 9 Sep 1918 - 28 Sep 1918. (17)Shanghai Mixed Court. Date: 9 Sep 1918. (18)Peking Legation Naval Attach? visit to Commander-in-Chief of Chinese Navy. Date: 9 Sep 1918. (19)Bhutan annual report, 1917 - 1918. Date: 11 Sep 1918. (20)French Indochina: desirability of British acquisition. Date: 10 Aug 1918. (21)Proposed British loan to Chihli. Date: 25 Sep 1918. (22)Depreciation of Manchurian currency notes and detrimental effect on British commercial competition with Japanese. Date: 30 Sep 1918 - 11 Oct 1918. (23)Purchase of land by missionaries in Yunnan Province. Date: 30 Sep 1918. (24)Peking Legation Accountancy Clerk: request for salary increase. Date: 30 Sep 1918. (25)Czech armed forces: Chinese recognition as Allied belligerents. Date: 5 Oct 1918 - 16 Dec 1918. (26)Norwegian commercial activities in China: proposed Norwegian bank in China. Date: 8 Oct 1918 - 23 Dec 1918

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103. --503 p.. --Volume 3191. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)American loan to Canton. Date: 10 Oct 1918. (2)British Consul at Hankow: complaints brought by firms against William Wilkinson. Date: 10 Oct 1918. (3)Swedish missionaries in Kashgar. Date: 11 Oct 1918 - 5 Dec 1918. (4)Sikh community at Shanghai. Date: 11 Oct 1918 - 19 Oct 1918. (5)Chinese military mission to France: accommodations in Great Britain. Date: 19 Oct 1918 - 23 Nov 1918. (6)British administration and occupation of Weihaiwei; foreign concessions, leases, and spheres of interest. Date: 21 Oct 1918 - 23 Dec 1918. (7)Anglo-Japanese commercial conflicts at Hankow. Date: 21 Oct 1918. (8)Clash between Chinese and Japanese police in Hongkew district of Shanghai. Date: 21 Oct 1918. (9)Vickers Ltd. shipbuilding contracts with Tsu Shipyard at Shanghai. Date: 26 Oct 1918 - 13 Nov 1918. (10)Danish commercial activities in China: proposed airplane factory. Date: 29 Oct 1918. (11)Japanese acquisition of Chinese bank. Date: 6 Nov 1918 - 14 Nov 1918. (12)Japanese oil concessions in Shensi Province. Date: 7 Nov 1918. (13)Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation transactions with Danish bank. Date: 8 Nov 1918 - 13 Nov 1918. (14)Territorial status of Harbin. Date: 19 Nov 1918. (15)Anglo-Japanese interests in China: extracts from Japanese book on foreign influence in Yangtze Valley. Date: 23 Nov 1918. (16)Versailles Peace Conference: Chinese representation and claims. Date: 25 Nov 1918 - 26 Dec 1918. (17)Japanese policy in Manchuria: effect on Union Cold Storage Co. Date: 25 Nov 1918. (18)Nepal: recognition of titles of "His Majesty" for Maharajadhiraja and " His Highness" for Prime Minister. Date: 27 Nov 1918. (19)Pekin Syndicate Ltd. agents and contracts. Date: 27 Nov 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (20)Manchuria: effect of Japanese gold notes on exchange rate. Date: 28 Nov 1918. (21)Interest payments on Crisp Loan (British Gold Loan of 1912). Date: 30 Nov 1918. (22)Floods in China: relief efforts in northern China. Date: 3 Dec 1918. (23)Dutch Minister to China: Chinese demand for recall. Date: 4 Dec 1918 - 16 Dec 1918. (24)Secretary of Shanghai Municipal Council: request for release from military duties. Date: 6 Dec 1918 - 16 Dec 1918. (25)Neutral ministers to China: exclusion from banquet hosted by Chinese President. Date: 7 Dec 1918 - 13 Dec 1918. (26)Chinese Military Attaché at London: appointment of Major-General Tang Pao-chao. Date: 9 Dec 1918. (27)Chinese subjects in Germany: repatriation of naval personnel and students. Date: 11 Dec 1918 - 31 Dec 1918. (28)Astronomical instruments taken from Peking by Germans in 1901. Date: 14 Dec 1918. (29)Peking Legation Assistant Military Attaché recall for medical reasons. Date: 16 Dec 1918 - 19 Dec 1918. (30)M. Samuel & Co.'s Anhwei Provincial Loan. Date: 16 Dec 1918 - 26 Dec 1918. (31)Muslims in China. Date: 19 Dec 1918. (32)British subject of Chinese descent request for Foreign Office assistance in obtaining American visa. Date: 20 Dec 1918 - 27 Dec 1918. (33)Hong Kong: proposed lease of additional land. Date: 20 Dec 1918. (34)Mongolia: proposed scientific expedition to Gobi Desert. Date: 21 Dec 1918. (35)Collision of Japanese Hokusei Maru and Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co. SS Oriental; Japanese claims. Date: 21 Dec 1918. (36)National registration of Venus Fire and Marine Assurance Co. Ltd. Date: 24 Dec 1918. (37)Dispatch of British naval squadron to Far East. Date: 27 Dec 1918. (38)Henry Pu-Yi, Emperor of China: British magistrate at Weihaiwei offered position of tutor. Date: 28 Dec 1918 - 30 Dec 1918. (39)Peking Diplomatic Quarter: Belgian request for plans. Date: 30 Dec 1918. (40)Japanese influence in China; proposed Anglo-American cooperation to ameliorate situation. Date: 31 Dec 1918. (41)Affairs of China. Date: 31 Dec 1918.

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104. --506 p.. --Volume 3680. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Enemy subjects in Far East: repatriation to Europe; reimbursement of Japanese government for expenses of abandoned deportation scheme. Date: 1 Jan 1919 - 22 Jul 1919

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105. --641 p.. --Volume 3681. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Enemy subjects in Far East (cont.): repatriation to Europe; reimbursement of Japanese and Australian governments for expenses of abandoned deportation scheme. Date: 25 Jul 1919 - 23 Feb 1920. (2)Chinese subjects in Germany: repatriation of naval personnel and students. Date: 1 Jan 1919 - 29 Mar 1919. (3)Nepal: title of "His Majesty" for Maharajadhiraja. Date: 1 Jan 1919. (4)Hukuang Railways financing; proposed unification of railway concessions; Siems-Carey and Co. railway agreement with Chinese government; short-term Hankow-Canton-Szechuan Railway Loan by British and Chinese Corp. Date: 1 Jan 1919 - 23 Dec 1919.Chinese Labour Corps: demobilization; allegations of impropriety in laborer equipment contract; compensation. Date: 1 Jan 1919 - 16 May 1919

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106. --565 p.. --Volume 3682. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese Labour Corps (cont.): demobilization; repatriation; conduct in France. Date: 3 Jun 1919 - 2 Mar 1920. (2)British mining concessions in Szechuan Province. Date: 1 Jan 1919 - 6 Feb 1919. (3)Political situation in China: Shanghai Peace Conference; release of surplus customs revenue; Japanese influence on Chinese delegates to Versailles; breakdown in provincial governments; Sino-Japanese secret agreements. Date: 1 Jan 1919 - 15 May 1919

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107. --567 p.. --Volume 3683. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China (cont.): Shanghai Peace Conference; release of surplus customs revenue; prohibition of export of military weapons to China; Bolshevik activities in Siberia; British gunboat activities. Date: 16 May 1919 - 17 Dec 1919.

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108. --518 p.. --Volume 3684. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Political situation in China (cont.): prohibition of export of military weapons to China; Vickers Ltd. aircraft contract. Date: 18 Dec 1919 - 2 Mar 1920. (2)Deportation of Germans from China: Japanese expenses incurred during aborted plan. Date: 2 Jan 1919 - 13 Jan 1919. (3)Wireless communications in China: Chinese contracts with British and Japanese firms; import of Chinese government bonds into Great Britain. Date: 2 Jan 1919 - 31 Jul 1919

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109. --740 p.. --Volume 3685. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Wireless communications in China (cont.): Chinese government contracts with British, Japanese, and French firms; import of Chinese government bonds into Great Britain. Date: 2 Aug 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (2)British concessions in China: liquidation and disposal of enemy property; crown leases; trading with the enemy. Date: 2 Jan 1919 - 11 Oct 1919

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110. --698 p.. --Volume 3686. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British concessions in China (cont.): liquidation and disposal of enemy property; crown leases; trading with the enemy. Date: 11 Oct 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (2)Chinese Maritime Customs Service British staff demobilization. Date: 3 Jan 1919 - 19 Feb 1920. (3)Sino-Japanese commercial activities in China: China & Southern Bank prospectus. Date: 3 Jan 1919. (4)Loan to Chinese navy by C. B. Crisp Co. on behalf of Marconi Ltd. for construction of radio stations. Date: 3 Jan 1919. (5)Opium: export to Japan from Great Britain; importation into British colonies; smuggling; International Opium Convention of 1912; traffic in China. Date: 4 Jan 1919 - 24 Apr 1919

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111. --826 p.. --Volume 3687. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Opium (cont.): export to Japan from Great Britain; importation into British colonies; smuggling; poppy cultivation in provinces; international traffic. Date: 24 Apr 1919 - 1 Mar 1920.

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112. --804 p.. --Volume 3688. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Chinese laborers for India: treatment on journey through India. Date: 6 Jan 1919 - 24 Oct 1919. (2)Kiangnan dock and arsenal. Date: 6 Jan 1919 - 9 Aug 1919. (3)British naval reinforcements for China Station. Date: 6 Jan 1919. (4)Harbin telephone system. Date: 7 Jan 1919 - 16 Jan 1919. (5)Tibet affairs: Sino-Tibetan negotiations; British mediation; Japanese anti-British propaganda; Yatung and Gyantse trade agencies reports; Hsiangcheng rebellion; proposed expeditions to Mt. Everest and Mt. Kamet; maps of Sino-Tibetan frontier. Date: 8 Jan 1919 - 16 Aug 1919

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113. --659 p.. --Volume 3689. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Tibet affairs (cont.): suspension of Sino-Tibetan negotiations and alleged Japanese interference; British mediation; Japanese anti-British propaganda; situation on Sino-Tibetan frontier; Japanese control of Chinese news agencies. Date: 19 Aug 1919 - 1 Mar 1920

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114. --626 p.. --Volume 3690. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Darcy Weatherbe: departure from Peking. Date: 9 Jan 1919. (2)Burma-Yunnan frontier meetings and status of Chinese officials. Date: 10 Jan 1919 - 30 Jan 1920. (3)Tutor to ex-Emperor of China: appointment of R. F. Johnston. Date: 11 Jan 1919 - 13 Sep 1919. (4)Morrison: departure from Peking. Date: 13 Jan 1919. (5)Japanese policy in China: complaint by Federation of British Industries. Date: 13 Jan 1919 - 18 Jan 1919. (6)Peking Legation Assistant Military Attach? departure of R. B. Denny from Peking. Date: 13 Jan 1919. (7)Return of leased property of Weihaiwei. Date: 15 Jan 1919 - 11 Jun 1919. (8)Peking Diplomatic Quarter plans from War Office. Date: 15 Jan 1919. (9)Foreign loans to China: new Four-Power Consortium; proposed participation of Belgian group. Date: 15 Jan 1919 - 26 Jun 1919

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115. --649 p.. --Volume 3691. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Foreign loans to China (cont.): new Four-Power Consortium; proposed participation of Italian group; independent American and Japanese loans; proposed advance from consortium; Japanese intention to exclude Mongolia and Manchuria from consortium activity. Date: 28 Jun 1919 - 4 Dec 1919.

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116. --545 p.. --Volume 3692. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Foreign loans to China (cont.): new Four-Power Consortium; independent Japanese advance on proposed loan from consortium; proposed American loans. Date: 4 Dec 1919 - 2 Mar 1920. (2)Peking Legation Chinese Secretary telegram. Date: 16 Jan 1919. (3) Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation: telegraphic correspondence between London and Peking; protest against Chinese government for non-payment of German-issue coupons of Chinese loans. Date: 17 Jan 1919 - 6 Jun 1919

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117. --705 p.. --Volume 3693. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (cont.): telegraphic correspondence between London and Peking; protest against Chinese government for non-payment of German-issue coupons of Chinese loans; proposed opening of branches in Far East. Date: 6 Jun 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (2)Versailles Peace Conference: Chinese representation and claims. Date: 20 Jan 1919 - 13 Nov 1919. (3)Sino-Portuguese dispute over harbor dredging at Macao. Date: 21 Jan 1919 - 16 Jan 1920

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118. --692 p.. --Volume 3694. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Enemy legation quarters at Peking: postwar status and disposal. Date: 20 Jan 1919 - 8 Sep 1919. (2)Anglo-German Loans. Date: 20 Jan 1919 - 21 Jan 1919. (3)Enemy concessions in China: postwar status and disposal at Tientsin. Date: 21 Jan 1919 - 2 Aug 1919. (4)Yangtze River: attacks on British shipping and gunboats; British gunboat operations; Japanese activity; appointment of Commodore. Date: 21Jan 1919 - 20 Dec 1919. (5)Foreign troops in China: strength and distribution in North China; Hong Kong garrison; status of British North China garrison. Date: 21 Jan 1919 - 13 Feb 1920. (6) British business losses in Manchuria due to depreciated currency and preferential treatment of Japanese. Date: 21 Jan 1919. (7)Appointment of Torikichi Obata as Japanese Minister; Far East newspaper extracts on Japanese policy in China. Date: 21 Jan 1919 - 19 Mar 1919. (8)Tientsin-Pukow Railway: Japanese renouncement of claims to German portion; bond drawings of loan; chief engineer appointment. Date: 23 Jan 1919 - 25 Feb 1920. (9)Development of coal and iron deposits in Kwangtung Province. Date: 24 Jan 1919 - 6 Mar 1919. (10)Introduction of Japanese gold notes in Manchuria. Date: 24 Jan 1919 - 2 Jul 1919. (11)British mining concessions in Szechuan Province. Date: 28 Jan 1919 - 15 Oct 1919. (12)American views on Japanese policy in China. [Original cannot be traced.] Abstract: none. Date: 29 Jan 1919. (13)Anti-Chinese riots in Jamaica. Date: 29 Jan 1919. (14)Japanese policy in China: anti-Japanese boycotts, strikes and student riots in Shanghai; Versailles Peace Conference negotiations; transfer of German interests in Shantung Province to Japan. Date: 29 Jan 1919 - 20 Jun 1919

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119. --720 p.. --Volume 3695. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Japanese policy in China (cont.): anti-Japanese boycotts, strikes and riots in Treaty Ports and Straits Settlements; refusal of Chinese delegates to sign Versailles Peace Treaty; British business conflicts with JapaneseTsingtao administration; Shantung question; proposed retrocession of Tsingtao to China. Date: 20 Jun 1919 - 11 Nov 1919.

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120. --784 p.. --Volume 3696. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Japanese policy in China (cont.): anti-Japanese boycotts, strikes and riots in Treaty Ports; British business conflicts with Japanese Tsingtao administration; alleged discrimination against non-Japanese in sale of German property at Tsingtao; Japanese settlement at Tsingtao. Date: 11 Nov 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (2)Police Advisor to Chinese government: resumption of duty of C. D. Bruce. Date: 30 Jan 1919 - 21 Oct 1919

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121. --600 p.. --Volume 3697. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Canton-Kowloon Railway. Date: 31 Jan 1919. (2)British claims against Chinese government for goods stolen by pirates on the Yangtze. Date: 1 Feb 1919 - 29 Dec 1919. (3)Kashgar: proposed relief of consular guard. Date: 1 Feb 1919 - 11 Oct 1919. (4)Dalai Lama: congratulatory message on British war victory. Date: 4 Feb 1919 - 5 Mar 1919. (5)Foreign postal agencies in China: possible discussion at Versailles Peace Conference. Date: 4 Feb 1919 - 27 Nov 1919. (6)Kansu Province: Muslim activity. Date: 4 Feb 1919 - 2 Aug 1919. (7)Extension of Currency Loan Agreement of 1911; appointment of Baron Sakatani as currency advisor to Chinese government. Date: 4 Feb 1919 - 5 Dec 1919. (8)Chinese Military Attaché at London: departure of Major-General T'ang Pai-ch'ao from Peking. Date: 4 Feb 1919. (9)Chefoo-Weihsien Railway. Date: 4 Feb 1919 - 15 May 1919. (10)Municipal Council report on clash between Chinese and Japanese police in Hongkew district of Shanghai; Japanese reaction. Date: 8 Feb 1919 - 23 Apr 1919. (11)Finances of China: 1918 - 1919 revenue. Date: 8 Feb 1919 - 24 Dec 1919. (12)Railway construction in Yunnan Province. Date: 10 Feb 1919 - 3 Oct 1919. (13)Dutch Minister to China: Chinese demand for recall. Date: 11 Feb 1919 - 27 Feb 1919. (14)Japanese financial policy in China: list of loans; loans secured on railways. Date: 11 Feb 1919 - 13 Sep 1919. (15)Default on Austrian Loan of 1913. Date: 12 Feb 1919 - 13 Jan 1920. (16)Fraud allegations against Edmund Backhouse. Date: 14 Feb 1919 - 14 Apr 1919. (17)Transfer of Chinese Maritime Customs Service to Chinese. Date: 14 Feb 1919. (18)Extension of agreement between Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and British and Chinese Corporation. Date: 20 Feb 1919. (19)Anglo-Japanese policy in China: views of Nishihara Kamezo and Chang Tsung-hsiang. Date: 20 Feb 1919 - 25 Oct 1919. (20)Telegrams to China: payments. Date: 21 Feb 1919. (21)Destruction of German property in China during armistice celebrations. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 9 Jun 1919. (22)Bombardment of Wanhsien by HMS Widgeon. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 23 Apr 1919

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122. --414 p.. --Volume 3698. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Iron and coal deposits in Hupei Province and Sakhalin. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 17 May 1919. (2)Chinese passport regulations. Date: 24 Feb 1919. (3)British protests against preferential treatment shown to Chung Hua Trading Co. by Chinese government. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 2 Oct 1919. (4)Japanese Szechuan railway loan. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 2 Aug 1919. (5)Advisor to Chinese ministries of Communications and Navy: appointment of W. F. Tyler. Date: 24 Feb 1919. (6)Chefoo harbor breakwater. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 2 Aug 1919. (7)Assault by Japanese soldiers on British woman in Manchuria. Date: 24 Feb 1919 - 6 Sep 1919. (8)Shanghai Municipal Police: requests for employment information. Date: 3 Mar 1919 - 12 May 1919. (9)Tibet journey of Japanese traveler. Date: 5 Mar 1919. (10)Debts owed to China: rejection of proposed settlement of A. J. Barry's debt by Chinese government. Date: 6 Mar 1919 - 25 Oct 1919. (11)Netherlands Legation at Peking: forwarding of suspiciously large grants to German charity in Tsingtao. Date: 10 Mar 1919. (12)Dispute between British firms over rights to coal in Shansi Province. Date: 10 Mar 1919 - 9 Feb 1920. (13)Chinese naval efforts to obtain surrendered German submarines. Date: 11 Mar 1919 - 5 Dec 1919. (14)German commercial activities at Shanghai. Date: 11 Mar 1919. (15)Kashgar diary for October 1918- September 1919. Date: 14 Mar 1919 - 5 Jan 1920. (16)Peking Legation Naval Attaché: abolition of position. Date: 14 Mar 1919 - 11 Jun 1919. (17)Japanese-American relations in China: clash between American and Japanese soldiers and civilians in Tientsin. Date: 17 Mar 1919 - 2 Aug 1919. (18)Advisor to Government of India on Far Eastern affairs: appointment of A. M. Cardew. Date: 18 Mar 1919 - 3 Oct 1919

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123. --573 p.. --Volume 3699. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Indo-Tibetan trade. Date: 21 Mar 1919 - 26 Mar 1919. (2)Mongolia: loan from Russia. Date: 28 Mar 1919 - 8 Apr 1919. (3)Peking Legation Chinese Secretary salary increase. Date: 28 Mar 1919 - 25 Jan 1920. (4)Chinese Reorganisation Loan of 1913 (German issue); exclusion of Germany from future loans; Japanese advances on Second Reorganisation Loan; proposed creation of Chinese group. Date: 5 Apr 1919 - 19 Feb 1920. (5)Bank of China branch in Hong Kong. Date: 5 Apr 1919 - 17 Sep 1919. (6)General intelligence reports from India Government of India on Chinese affairs. Date: 10 Apr 1919. (7)Settlement of claim against Yi Ta Company by M. Samuel & Co. Date: 14 Apr 1919. (8)Kirin-Changchun Railway extension by Japanese. Date: 14 Apr 1919. (9)Salt gabelle: reorganization; release of surplus revenue to Chihli Conservancy; Chinese government efforts to raise loan secured on revenue. Date: 23 Apr 1919 - 31 May 1919. (10)Japanese activity at Tung-Wen College at Shanghai. Date: 23 Apr 1919 - 18 Nov 1919. (11)Peking Legation Chinese Secretariat: pension for retiring writer Yueh Chuing-hsi. Date: 23 Apr 1919 - 18 Jun 1919. (12)Russian Legation at Tehran: appeal for British aid in acquisition of funds from White Russian government. Date: 26 Apr 1919 - 14 May 1919. (13)British concession at Pukow. Date: 26 Apr 1919. (14)Development of China: proposal of Sun Yat-sen. Date: 30 Apr 1919. (15)Chinese laborers in Samoa: request for more indentured labor. Date: 1 May 1919 - 17 Jan 1920. (16)Efforts to allow Straits Trading Co. access to tin in Yunnan Province. Date: 6 May 1919 - 6 Sep 1919. (17)Subjects of non-Treaty Powers in China: extraterritoriality; taxation; British protection of Latvians. Date: 8 May 1919 - 23 Dec 1919. (18)Territorial status of Chinese Eastern Railway. Date: 8 May 1919. (19)Repatriation of Yugoslav sailors from Far East. Date: 14 May 1919 - 17 Jun 1919. (20)Inland waterways in China: development scheme. Date: 15 May 1919. (21)Liquor trade in China: proposed British investment. Date: 20 May 1919 - 13 Sep 1919. (22)Irish Maynooth Mission in China. Date: 4 Jun 1919 - 26 Jan 1920.

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124. --514 p.. --Volume 3700. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Boxer indemnity: proposed remission of outstanding British portion to China for educational purposes. Date: 6 Jun 1919 - 5 Feb 1920. (2)Anglo-Chinese commercial activities in China: proposed creation of Anglo-Chinese Trading Corporation; draft charter. Date: 7 Jun 1919 - 16 Jul 1919. (3)Kwangsi and Kwangtung provinces: letters from Hugh Blackwood recommending encouragement of independence movement. Date: 9 Jun 1919. (4)Antung: settlement of claim of George Shaw against Japanese firm for damages arising from sulphur fumes. Date: 19 Jun 1919. (5)Nanking mint: annual report; withholding of silver currency from market. Date: 19 Jun 1919 - 25 Feb 1920. (6)Telegraphic communications in China: interference with at Canton by Southern government. Date: 19 Jun 1919. (7)Sino-Japanese agreement on salt traffic on Shantung Railway. Date: 19 Jun 1919. (8)Contract for supply of commercial aircraft to Chinese government by Vickers Ltd.; loan from Vickers Ltd. to Chinese government to utilizeaircraft. Date: 24 Jun 1919 - 14 Feb 1920. (9)Intelligence gathering mission to Far East by Australian Major E. L. Piesse. Date: 27 Jun 1919 - 1 Jan 1920. (10)Shansi Province: visit of John Jordan to Military Governor. Date: 9 Jul 1919 - 6 Aug 1919. (11)Return of Joseph Rothman to China. Date: 9 Jul 1919 - 5 Dec 1919. (12)Kirin-Heilungkiang Gold Mines and Forestry Loan from Japan. Date: 9 Jul 1919. (13)Hankow-Szechuan Railway route. Date: 9 Jul 1919 - 21 Oct 1919. (14)Siems-Carey Grand Canal Improvement Loan. Date: 9 Jul 1919. (15)Japanese attempts to obtain possession of Kiukiang-Nanchang Railway. Date: 9 Jul 1919 - 13 Sep 1919

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125. --694 p.. --Volume 3701. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Mongolia: report on visit by Somerville Head, Peking Legation Second Secretary. Date: 9 Jul 1919. (2)Japanese claims to German concessions in China: Ching Hsing coal mines. Date: 9 Jul 1919. (3)Peking Legation Chancery Attendant return to Great Britain for surgery. Date: 9 Jul 1919 - 19 Jan 1920. (4)Newspapers in China: status of pro-British Cheng Pao. Date: 10 Jul 1919. (5)Chinese attitude toward Roman Catholic missions. Date: 11 Jul 1919. (6)Technical Advisor to Chinese Ministry of Communications: appointment of T. R. Johnson. Date: 21 Jul 1919 - 15 Sep 1919. (7)Claim of Indian merchant against British government under Treaty of Nanking. Date: 22 Jul 1919 - 13 Sep 1919. (8)Development of railways at Hankow. Date: 22 Jul 1919. (9)Italian Minister to China: arrival at Peking. Date: 22 Jul 1919. (10)South Manchuria Railway extension expenditure schemes, freight rate revision, and transfer of head offices from Dairen to Mukden. Date: 22 Jul 1919 - 10 Feb 1920. (11)Kwantung fortified zone: forwarding of report. Date: 22 Jul 1919. (12)Peking Legation Military Attaché: death and replacement of D. S. Robertson. Date: 23 Jul 1919 - 24 Jan 1920. (13)Hong Kong Companies Ordinance of 1915: position of British-American Tobacco Co. Date: 24 Jul 1919 - 24 Feb 1920. (14)Manchuria situation: fracas between Chinese and Japanese soldiers at Mukden; dispute between military governors of Fengtien and Kirin provinces; Japanese activity. Date: 24 Jul 1919 - 13 Sep 1919. (15)Chihli River Commission: appointment of F. C. Rose as engineer. Date: 2 Aug 1919 - 16 Dec 1919. (16)Consular intelligence reports: summaries of March and June quarters, 1919; distribution to naval intelligence officer. Date: 2 Aug 1919 - 3 Jan 1920. (17)North China British Volunteer Corps: Peking Company disbandment; retention of adjutant by Tientsin Company. Date: 2 Aug 1919 - 3 Nov 1919. (18)Travel report on journey from Burma to Chengtu. Date: 2 Aug 1919. (19)Southern government loan from Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. Date: 2 Aug 1919. (20)Travel report publication request: journey through southwest China. Date: 6 Aug 1919. (21)Opium traffic from England to France. Date: 6 Aug 1919 - 17 Sep 1919. (22)Sino-American commercial activities in China: incorporation of China-Continental Development Bank. Date: 13 Aug 1919. (23)Bhutan annual report, 1918 - 1919. Date: 19 Aug 1919. (24)German prisoners of war: German allegations of forcible removal from China to India by Chinese in British employ. Date: 28 Aug 1919 - 29 Sep 1919. (25)Kwangsi Province visit of British gunboat to river ports; political situation. Date: 3 Sep 1919. (26)Mongolia political situation: reassertion of Chinese sovereignty and revocation of Mongolian autonomy; repudiation of Kiakhta Tripartite Agreement and Russian protest; proposed reincorporation into Chinese Republic; Russian and Japanese activity. Date: 5 Sep 1919 - 9 Feb 1920

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126. --603 p.. --Volume 3702. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)Australian restriction of admission of Chinese merchants from Netherlands East Indies. Date: 14 Sep 1919. (2)Syndicat du Yunnan claims against Chinese government: for defaults on debts. Date: 5 Sep 1919 - 27 Sep 1919. (3)Anglo-Chinese commercial activities in China: inaugural meeting of Chinese Mining Corporation. Date: 9 Sep 1919. (4)Military service of British subjects in China: request of Captain Hitchcock for reinstatement with Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation without loss of seniority. Date: 11 Sep 1919 - 27 Sep 1919. (5)French commercial activities in China: purchase of shipbuilding and engineering works in Shanghai. Date: 13 Sep 1919 - 2 Oct 1919. (6)Pinhei Railway project revival and negotiations between Russo-Asiatic Bank and Yokohoma Specie Bank for capital. Date: 13 Sep 1919 - 3 Nov 1919. (7)Liao River Conservancy: appointment of engineer for Lower Liao Works. Date: 18 Sep 1919 - 2 Jan 1920. (8)Maps of China: new maps forwarded to War Office. Date: 22 Sep 1919. (9)Manchu Dynasty: rumored restoration attempts in Manchuria. Date: 2 Oct 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (10)Communists in Far East: list and corrections; alleged Communist societies in Canton; general Chinese attitude toward. Date: 11 Oct 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (11)Japanese Buddhist propaganda and economic mission in Mongolia. Date: 11 Oct 1919 - 29 Dec 1919. (12)Norwegian legation at Peking: proposed creation and appointment of minister. Date: 11 Oct 1919 - 29 Jan 1920. (13)Aeronautical Advisor to Chinese government: creation of position and appointment of F. V. Holt. Date: 13 Oct 1919 - 1 Mar 1920. (14)Anglo-French China Corporation: Peking tramway contract dispute with Chinese government. Date: 13 Oct 1919. (15)Piracy of SS Shui On: settlement of claim against Chinese government for loss during Revolution of 1911. Date: 15 Oct 1919. (16)French concession extension at Shanghai. Date: 15 Oct 1919 - 24 Dec 1919. (17)Peking Legation Medical Officer: request for raise in salary. Date: 16 Oct 1919 - 30 Dec 1919. (18)Draft Order-in-Council for application of British Indian law in place of English law to British subjects at Kashgar. Date: 20 Oct 1919 - 5 Feb 1920. (19)Newspapers in China under Japanese control. Date: 21 Oct 1919. (20)Japanese population at Shanghai. Date: 23 Oct 1919. (21)Procedure for landing of armed parties from British ships at British concessions in China in times of crisis. Date: 25 Oct 1919 - 4 Dec 1919. (22)Date: 27 Oct 1919 - 11 Feb 1920. (23)Repeal of Companies (Sale of Shares) Regulations, 1915. Date: 1 Nov 1919 - 8 Dec 1919. (24)King's Regulations in China: Law Revision Regulations, 1919; harbor and port regulations for Amoy, Canton, Chefoo, Foochow, Hankow, Ningpo, Swatow, Santu-ao, Tientsin, and Wenchow; Liao and Whangpoo conservancies regulations. Date: 1 Nov 1919. (25)Germans expelled from China: requests for permission to return; denial of Foreign Office assistance. Date: 3 Nov 1919 - 16 Jan 1920. (26)Acting Consul-General at Chengtu: request for additional funds for purchase of presents for Szechuan authorities. Date: 3 Nov 1919. (27)British Consulate at Tsingtao: request for official recognition of Japanese interpreter Y. Ashida. Date: 11 Nov 1919. (28)Repair of Hudson & Co.'s property at Ningpo. Date: 11 Nov 1919. (29)Chinese army: strength, distribution, and conditions, 1917 - 1919. Date: 12 Nov 1919. (30)Chinese Criminal Code: forwarding of copies to School of Oriental Studies at London. Date: 12 Nov 1919. (31)British godowns at Tientsin leased to Chinese. Date: 12 Nov 1919. (32)Future British policy in China. Date: 15 Nov 1919

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127. --761幅. --Volume 3703. China Political (cont.).子目: (1)British Supreme Court for China: proposed reduction and change in collection of fees. Date: 18 Nov 1919 - 5 Jan 1920. (2)Sino-Russian relations: infraction of Russian territory by Chinese gunboat, subsequent Russian military response, and Japanese involvement. Date: 24 Nov 1919 - 2 Jan 1920. (3)German agents in China during wartime: activities of former British subject. Date: 28 Nov 1919. (4)Request for transportation assistance. Date: 29 Nov 1919. (5)Foreign diplomatic representation in China: rumored elevation of legations to embassies. Date: 1 Dec 1919 - 3 Jan 1920. (6)Chinese general tariff on goods from non-Treaty Powers: introduction by Chinese government; requirement of certificates of origin for all imports. Date: 1 Dec 1919 - 1 Feb 1920. (7)Harbin municipal elections. Date: 1 Dec 1919. (8)Hungarian prisoners of war in China: request for assistance in repatriation. Date: 5 Dec 1919. (9)Chinese regulations on treatment of enemy subjects: cancellation. Date: 5 Dec 1919 - 22 Dec 1919. (10)Burma-China frontier raids by Burmese refugees in China. Date: 6 Dec 1919 - 30 Jan 1920. (11)Russian mission to Chinese Turkestan: refusal of Chinese government to admit. Date: 8 Dec 1919 - 11 Feb 1920. (12)Shanghai pilotage regulations. Date: 8 Dec 1919. (13)Catholic missions in China: appointment of Apostolic Visitor. Date: 12 Dec 1919. (14)Telegram to Shanghai. Date: 20 Dec 1919. (15)Newspapers in China under Japanese control. Date: 23 Dec 1919. (16)Japanese consulate at Ichang: establishment. Date: 24 Dec 1919. (17)Application of Wuhu Harbour Regulations to British subjects. Date: 31 Dec 1919. (18)Chefoo Sanitary Regulations. Date: 1 Jan 1920. (19)Chinese government railways financial statement, 1918. Date: 2 Jan 1920. (20)Case of SS Rotorua: application under Chinese Passenger Act, 1855. Date: 2 Jan 1920. (21)Liang Chi-chao's return to Peking. Date: 3 Jan 1920 - 15 Jan 1920. (22)Anglo-Chinese commercial activities in China: prospectus of Anglo-Chinese Trust and Mercantile Corporation. Date: 3 Jan 1920. (23)China (Companies) Amendment Order in Council: nationality of managing directors of China companies. Date: 7 Jan 1920. (24)Chinese Maritime Customs Service 1919 revenue. Date: 12 Jan 1920. (25)Chinese stamp tax: application to foreign merchants and Chinese residents in foreign settlements. Date: 3 Jan 1920. (26)Request of Kingdon Ward for permission to travel in China. Date: 14 Jan 1920 - 29 Jan 1920. (27)Travel report on journey through Yunnan Province. Date: 13 Jan 1920. (28)Cost of freight for ammunition shipped from Shanghai to Hong Kong. Date: 16 Jan 1920. (29)British troops in China: Weihaiwei garrison. Date: 17 Jan 1920. (30)Canada: discrimination against non-whites in fishing industry. Date: 22 Jan 1920. (31)South Africa: anti-Chinese discrimination in trade licensing. Date: 28 Jan 1920 - 12 Feb 1920. (32)Police at Shanghai and Hong Kong: request for employment information. Date: 30 Jan 1920. (33)Anti-Communist measures in India: restriction on travelers from Chinese Turkestan. Date: 30 Jan 1920. (34)Chinese, Japanese, and Russian attempts to control Chinese Eastern Railway; proposed international control. Date: 2 Feb 1920 - 23 Feb 1920. (35)Anglo-Afghan relations: British protection of Afghans in China. Date: 2 Feb 1920 - 26 Feb 1920. (36)Chinese finances: default on bonds. Date: 4 Feb 1920 - 28 Feb 1920. (37)Proposed formation of Anglo-Russian syndicate for construction of Kalgan-Urga Railway and rejection in favor of international consortium. Date: 6 Feb 1920 - 1 Mar 1920. (38)Chinese Maritime Customs Service London agent. Date: 7 Feb 1920. (39)American concessions in China: mining in Yunnan. Date: 9 Feb 1920. (40)Chinkiang Land Regulations, 1919. Date: 11 Feb 1920. (41)Chinese labor unrest at Singapore. Date: 17 Feb 1920. (42)Efforts to return loot taken by British soldier during Taiping Rebellion. Date: 23 Feb 1920. (43)Ships arriving at Shanghai without import manifests. Date: 23 Feb 1920. (44)Peking Legation First Secretary: recognition of service of Miles Lampson. Date: 23 Feb 1920. (45)Oxford University Chinese Professorship: nomination of John Jordan as member of Board of Electors. Date: 26 Feb 1920. (46)Departure of John Jordan from Peking. Date: 26 Feb 1920 - 2 Mar 1920. (47)Creation of committee to protect Finnish interests at Shanghai. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (48)Installation of automatic telephone system at Harbin. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (49)Anglo-Chinese gold mining in Manchuria. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (50)Chinese Board of Audit: expenses met by surplus salt revenue. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (51)Shanghai Mixed Court: American views on rendition; Chinese claim to representation. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (52)Ex-President of China: death of Feng Kwo-chang. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (53)Wine imported into China: designation and country of origin. Date: 1 Mar 1920. (54)Peking Legation annual report: summary 1913 - 1919. Date: 1 Mar 1920.



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