A Political History of Japan during the Meiji Era, 1867-1912

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INDEX
Address to the Throne, Feb. 7, 1893, 218-20
Answer to, 220-2
Agitation against Japanese labour, 322
Aidzu clan, the, 47
Aki, 59
Alcock, Sir Rutherford, 50
Allotments, 20, 21
Americans in China and Japan, 38, 39, 52, 53
Analogy with English Stuart Government, 149-51, 228
Ancestors, Imperial, 17, 31, 189
Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 6, 303, 305, 311, 342
Annexation of Korea, 5, 320, 334
Anti-foreigner propaganda, 49-52, 57, 239
Antoku, the Emperor, 17
Ashikaga, the, 21, 28, 29
Assassinations, political, 105, 187, 224
Beneficing, 23
Bribery, 8, 129, 324, 329, 366-71
Buddhists, the, 21, 167
Cabinet (Naikaku), the, 121, 122, 179
Central Government, the, 59, 60, 74, 92
Reorganization of, 112
Chauvinism, 230, 353
Chihanji, the, 74-7, 83, 124
Chihokwan-kwaigi, the, 130, 133-43, 153
China, 5-7, 20, 30, 32, 34, 38, 95-9, 101, 122, 160, 232, 240, 290-2, 314, 321, 342, 375
Chinese movement, 30-1
Chino-Japanese War, the, 227-45
Causes of, 230
Terms of peace, 231
Results of, 233, 236, 240
Choshu clan, 33-6, 40-3, 45, 46, 56, 60, 74, 77, 92, 103, 152, 173, 235
Civil officials, 20-3
Civil War of 1868-9, 72, 76
Clan Government, 61, 92, 170-7
Clans, measures directed against the, 74, 75, 80
Clans, the Western, 16, 34, 36, 37, 40, 41, 44-6, 48, 60, 61, 72, 79, 96, 100
Coalition Government of 1871, the, 96-111
Colonial expansion, 234
"Commendation," 22
Concubinage, 18
Conscription Law, 96
Conservative Party, 15
Constitution of 1868, 62-71
Constitution of 1889, the, 123, 192-200 210
Constitution of Taikwa, 19-21
Constitutional changes, 117-19, 182- 200
Conventional Tariff, the, 237
Conventions, British, American, and Dutch, 53, 54, 321
French, 54, 321
China and Korea, 204
Revision of, 87, 95, 165-9, 236
Court, the, 16-19, 23-5, 29, 32, 39, 48, 60, 73

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