British Diplomacy in China, 1880 to 1885

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
MANUSCRIPT
Foreign Office China Correspondence, 1880 to 1885, and sections of the Japan, Russia, America correspondence between these years.
PRINTED DOCUMENTS
British and Foreign State Papers.
Accounts and Papers ( China and Corea Blue Books, Gold and Silver Commission of 1887, Trade Reports).
Hansard (all references to the Far East from 1880 to 1885).
PERIODICALS
Asiatic Quarterly.
Bankers' Magazine of New York.
Economist.
Économiste Français.
Fortnightly Review.
Journal of the American Oriental Society.
Journal of the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.
Journal of the Institute of Bankers.
Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute.
Kyoto University Economic Review.
Quarterly Review.
Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan.
United Services Journal.
BOOKS (mainly confined to contemporary publications, or at least to works belonging to the last thirty years of the nineteenth century)
Alien B. M. Gordon in China, 1933.
Arnold Sir Edwin. Seas and Lands, 1891.
Balfour F. H. Leaves from my Chinese Scrapbook, 1887.
Baster, A. S. J. The International Banks, 1935.
Bau M. J. Foreign Relations of China, 1922.
Beresford Lord Charles. The Break-up of China, 1899.
Bird Isabella. Unbeaten Tracks in Japan, 1880.
Bland J. O. P. Li Hung-chang, 1917.
Bland J. O. P., and Backhouse Sir E. T. China under the Empress Dowager, 1910.
----- ----- Annals and Memoirs of the Court of Peking, 1914.
Boulger D. C. Life of Sir Halliday Macartney, 1908.

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