The Boxer Uprising: A Background Study

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INDEX
Albigenses, 147
Alcock, Sir Rutherford, 77
All-Submerging Yang (sect), 150
Allworthy, Squire, 43
Amazons, Chinese, 156
American Board, 203
American Development Company, 89
Amherst, Lord, 65
Amida Buddha, 165
Amiot, Father J. M., 313
Amoy, 65, 167
Amur River, 259
An Lu-shan rebellion, 142-3
Andalusian anarchists, 267
Angiolillo, 267
Anglican bishops, 302
Anhwei, 25, 156, 167-8, 172, 177, 180
Anhwei 'warlords', 106
Annales de la Propagation de la Foi, 123
Annam, 62
Arabia, 147
Armageddon, 125
Armenian question, 87
Associated Chambers of Commerce of Great Britain, 57
Attila, 259
Augustine, St, 221
Aurora, H.M.S., 249
Austrian Legation, 252
Avalokiteshwara, 148; see also Kuan Yin
Azure Heaven, 141
Backhouse, Sir E., x, Appendix A
Bain, Alexander, 117
Balfour, A. J., 87
Baluchistan Regiment, 280-I
Banfi, Antonio, 121
Bankers' Association of Shansi (Shans P'iao-hao), 194
Baptists, 317
Bard, Emile, 297
Basel, 63
Battembourg, Father, 302
'Battle of the Concessions', 83, chapter IV, 242
Bax-Ironside, H. O., 293, 302
Beaconsfield, Lord, 87
Belgium, 89, 247, 252
Beresford, Lord Charles, 30, 97, 295
Bernard (Roman Catholic historian), 137
'Black Boxers', 238
Bland, J. O. P., 272-84
Blue, Red, and White Ocean religions, 158
Blythe, W. L., 314
Board of Revenue, 25
Board of War, 25
Board of Works, 103
Bodhidharma (Ta-Mo), 226, 230
Bodhissatva, 148; see also Kuan Yin
Bogue Treaty, 66
Book of Rites, 3, 104, 283
Boulger, D. C., 85
Bourne, F. S. A., 108, 306
Boxer Catastrophe ( Tan), viii, 271
Boxer Indemnity, 261
Boxer Protocol, 128, 260
Brandt ( Prussian Minister to China), 76
Britain, British, 66-70, 77, 80, 84, chapters III, IV, and passim
British Ambassador in Washington, 94
British Foreign Secretary, 136
Brooks, Rev. S. (S.P.G. missionary), 243, 247, 290-I, 325
Broomall, Marshall, vii, 136, 309
Browne, Col. ( British Military Attaché, Peking), 124
Brucker (Roman Catholic historian), 137
Buck, Pearl, 314, 321
Buckle, H. T., 116
Buddha, Buddhism, 19, 90, 106, 117, 122, 133, 139, 141, 144, 146-50, 151, 154, 158, 162, 165, 222-4, 226-7, 230, 267-8
Buddha Maitreya, 149-50, 154, 158
Buddhist Patriotic League of Boxers, 123
Bülow, von (German Chancellor), 91
Burlingame, Anson, 72

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