Pamphlets relating to China. Volume 10 [electronic resource].
- [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [1860-1903]
- Physical Description:
- 10 items, bound : illustrations, maps
- Additional Creators:
- Bartlett, Samuel Colcord, 1817-1898, Blodget, H. (Henry), 1825-1903, Edkins, Joseph, 1823-1905, Macgowan, Daniel Jerome, 1815-1893, Philip, Robert, 1791-1858, Reid, Gilbert, 1857-1927, Woodbridge, Samuel I. (Samuel Isett), 1856-, Yates, M. T. (Matthew Tyson), 1819-1888, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Cornell University. Library. Wason Collection, Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), and Adam Matthew Education (Firm)
- Historical sketch of the missions of the American Board in China / by S.C. Bartlett -- Why Protestant missionaries in China should unite in using the term "Tien Chu" for God / by Henry Blodgett -- China / American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions -- Ancient symbolism among the Chinese / by Joseph Edkins -- The square bamboo / by D.J. Macgowan -- The present state of the opium trade with China : extracted, by permission, from the "Scottish review", for January, 1860 -- China : its creeds and customs : with reference to missionary labours / by Robert Philip -- The sources of the anti-foreign disturbances in China : with a supplementary account of the uprising of 1900 / by Gilbert Reid -- A short history of Chinkiang / by Samuel I. Woodbridge -- Ancestral worship : a revised edition of an essay read before the missionary conference held at Shanghai, May 10th-24th, 1877 / by M.T. Yates.
- Related Titles:
- Scottish review (Glasgow, Scotland : 1853)
Present state of the opium trade with China
- Binder's title.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital. [Chicago, Ill.] : Adam Matthew Education [North American distributor], c2012 (China : culture and society : the Wason Pamphlet Collection, Cornell University)
- Location of Originals:
- Wason Collection, Cornell University
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