J. FURTHER READING
Further Reading on China
See China, by Sir John F. Davis, 2 vols. 1857, 8vo; The Middle Kingdom, by S. Wells Williams, 2 vols. 8vo; History of China, by Carl Guetzlaff, 2 vols. 8vo; The Social Life of the Chinese, by Justus Doolittle, 2 vols. 8vo; Letters to the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce, by Baron von Richthofen; Travels in North China, by A. Williamson, 2 vols.; Geological Researches in China, by Raphael Pumpelly; The Treaty Ports of China, by W. F. Mayers, &c. ; The Chinese Classics, by James Legge, D.D.; The Elements of Chinese Grammar, by J. Marshman. (R. K. D.)
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Col. Sir Henry Yule, R.E., K.C.S.I., C.B., Secretary of Public Works Department, India, 1857-62; edited The Book of Marco Polo for the Hakluyt Society; author The Book of the African Squadron Vindicated, Fortifications, and The Mission to the Court of Ava, 1855.
Robert Kennaway Douglas, Keeper of Oriental Printed Books and MSS. at the British Museum; Professor of Chinese, King's College, London; China Consular Service, 1858; Assistant in charge of Chinese Library, British Museum, 1865; author of The Language and Literature of China; Confucianism and Taoism; China; A Chinese Manual; and The Life of Li Hung-Chang.