Voices from the Past: Hong Kong, 1842-1918

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Message vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1842 5
  • 1843 12
  • 1844 17
  • 1845 19
  • 1846 20
  • 1847 21
  • 1848 24
  • 1849 25
  • 1850 26
  • 1851 27
  • 1852 28
  • 1854 29
  • 1856 30
  • 1857 31
  • 1858 32
  • 1860 33
  • 1871 34
  • 1872 38
  • 1873 39
  • 1874 41
  • 1876 43
  • 1877 46
  • 1878 48
  • 1879 51
  • 1880 53
  • 1881 57
  • 1882 60
  • 1883 64
  • 1885 66
  • 1886 69
  • 1887 73
  • 1888 74
  • 1889 78
  • 1890 84
  • 1891 108
  • 1892 112
  • 1893 118
  • 1894 127
  • 1895 136
  • 1896 143
  • 1897 152
  • 1898 158
  • 1899 165
  • 1900 174
  • 1901 180
  • 1902 188
  • 1903 194
  • 1904 203
  • 1905 212
  • 1906 217
  • 1907 225
  • 1908 231
  • 1909 241
  • 1910 247
  • 1911 256
  • 1912 270
  • 1913 289
  • 1914 308
  • 1915 319
  • 1916 339
  • 1917 352
  • 1918 366
  • Postscript 381
  • Sources 382
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