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China and the Chinese. Pamphlets. Volume 33
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[1841-1913]
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[1841-1913]
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Has the opium trade been forced on China? / by Joseph G. Alexander -- Origin and progress of the war between England and China : a lecture / delivered before the Newburgh Lyceum, Dec. 11, 1841 by John W. Edmonds -- Jahresbericht des "Ladies International Club" für 1912 -- Must the Chinese go? : an examination of the Chinese question / by Mrs. S.L. Baldwin. 3rd ed. -- The Jews in China / by S.M. Perlmann -- Elucidations of Marco Polo's travels in North-China, drawn from Chinese sources / by the Rev. Archimandrite Palladius -- Chinatown declared a nuisance! / [Committee to Investigate the Condition of Chinatown] -- Power of the state to exclude foreigners from its limits, and to prevent their landing, on account of the immorality of their past lives, considered : opinion of Mr. Justice Field, of U.S. Supreme Court, delivered Sept. 21st, 1874, in the case of Ah Fong, a Chinese woman, brought before the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of California on a writ of habeas corpus -- Paper on Chinese music / by Mrs. Timothy Richard ; read before the China branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Shanghai, November, 1898.
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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)
Wason Collection, Cornell University

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