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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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[Parts 1-2]
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.

[Parts 3-64]
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.

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