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書名 Morrison pahphlets [microform]. 246 / Toyo Bunko
出版項 Tokyo : Toyo Bunko, [1999]
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館視聽室  MF DS503.5 M878  v.246(ROLL 8711)    在架上    30530001120211
說明 1 microfilm reels ; 35 mm
系列 東洋文庫. モリソン文庫
附註 File no.: P-XII-a(17)-213~215, P-XII-a(18)-216~225, P-XII-a(19)-226-240, P-XII-a(20)-241-242
主題 East Asia -- Collected works
Alt Author Hallett, Holt S. Exploration survey for a railway connection between India, Siam, & China (P-XII-a-214)
Deming, W. S. Retraining village teachers (P-XII-a-215)
Roberts, William. The consumption of opium in India : A critique of the memorandum (P-XII-a-216)
Martin, R. M. British possessions in Europe, Africa, Asia, & Australasia connected with England by the India and Australia Mail Steam Packet Company (P-XII-a-227)
Peal, S. E. Note on the old Burmese route over Patkai via Nongyang (viewed as the most feasible and direct route, from India to China) (P-XII-a-228)
Sutherland, William. Along a Shan road. Southern Shan states, Upper Burma (P-XII-a-229)
Cross, A. L. A visit to Burma (P-XII-a-230)
Scott, James George. The sandflies (P-XII-a-231)
Vossion, Louis. The nats or spirit worship among the Burmese & the wild tribes of the Iraouaddy Valley (P-XII-a-233)
Scott, James George. The Burmese (P-XII-a-234)
Bernard, Charles. Burma : the New British Province (P-XII-a-236-1)
Soltan, Henry. Across China, from Bhamô to Shanghai (P-XII-a-236-2)
Catchpoole, Allen. Pulo condore (P-XII-a-236-3)
Scott, George. Snuffed out (P-XII-a-237)
Parker, Edward Harper. The Burmo-Chinese Frontier and the Kakhyen tribes (P-XII-a-238)
Scott, James George. An "omited area" of the 1911 census. The Putao district, Northern Burma (P-XII-a-240)
Cadell, Henry M. A said down the Irrawaddy (P-XII-a-241)
Coloquhoun, Archibald Ross. Burma and the Burmans; or, "The best unopened market in the world" (P-XII-a-242)
Toyo Bunko (Japan). Nanposhi Kenkyu Iinkai
Alt Title Morrison pamphlet. 246
Revenue system of British India: Review based upon: - 1. Speeches delivered at a Public Meeting for the Formation of a British India Society, held in the Freemason's Hall, Saturday, July 6, 1839. London, 1839. - 2. British India Society : Reasons why it is the interest of every person in the United Kingdom to promote the objects of this Society. London, 1839. - 3. An appeal fr. the inhabitants of British India to the justice of the people of England, by John Crawfurd. London, 1839 (P-XII-a-213)
The Peasants of our Indian Empire (P-XII-a-217)
The Cholera: Review based upon: - 1. Papers relative to the disease called cholera spasmodica in India, now prevailing in the North of Europe. London, 1831. - 2. History of the epidemic spasmodic cholera of Russia, by Bisset Hawkins. London, 1831. - 3. Report of the epidemic cholera as it appeared in the territories subjected to Fort St. George, by William Scot. Madras, 1824. - 4. Bombay reports. - 5. Bengal reports. - 6. Die asiatische cholera in Russland, in den Jahren 1829-30, von Dr. J. R. Lichtenstadt. Berlin, 1831. - 7. Rapport au Conseil supérieur de Santé, sur le choléra morbus pestilentiel, par Alex. Moreau de Jounés. Paris, 1831 (P-XII-a-218)
The Cholera conference: Review based upon: - 1. Coloquios dos simples. Doctor Garçia Dorta. Goa, 1563. - 2. Report of Commissioners on Cholera Epidemic of 1861 in Northern India. Calcutta, 1864. - 3. Étude sommaire, &c. Par Pirondi et Eabre, 1865. - 4. Cholera-regulative. Von Prof. Griesinger, Von Pettenkofer, Wunderlich. München, 1866. - 5. Eighth report of medical officer of Privy Council. Appendix. London, 1886. - 6. Conférence Sanitaire Internationale. Rapport sur les questions du programme relatives à la transmissibilité, et à la propagation du choléra. Constantinople, Mai. 1866. ...Rapport sur les mesures à prendre en Orient pour prévenir de nouvelles invasions du choléra en Europe. Août, 1886. ...Rapport sur les mesures quarantinaires applicables aux provenances. Sept., 1866. ...Rapport sur les mesures d'hygiéne à prendre pour la préservation contre le choléra asiatique, &c. Par le Dr. Mühlig, &c. (P-XII-a-219)
The Crown and the army: Review based upon: - 1. The Military forces of the Crown ; their administration, & Government, by Charles M. Clode. London, 1869. - 2. Liberty in the East & West, by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. Jun. 1878. - 3. The movement of Indian troops. Debates in parliament, "Times", May 21st to May 24th. 1878. - 4. The mutiny Acts. 1689 to 1878 (P-XII-a-220)
Appropriation of territory: Review based upon: - 1. A letter to the Marquess of Tweeddale, by Major Gen. Briggs, 1842. - 2. The war in Affghanistan, by John William Kaye. 1851. 2 v. - 3. History of Gen. Sir Charles Napier's Administration of Scinde, by Lieut.-Gen. Sir William Napier. 1851. - 4. Remarks on the affairs of India, by John Sullivan. 1852. - 5. Report from the Select committee on our Indian Territories. 1852 (P-XII-a-221)
East India College: Review based upon: - 1. Statements respecting the East India College, by the Rev. T. R. Malthus. - 2. Minute of the Marquis Wellesley, relative to the College of Fort William, dated the 18th Aug., 1800 (P-XII-a-222)
India stamp Act: Review based upon: - 1. An appeal to England against the New Indian stamp Act. London, 1828. 8vo. - 2. A view of the present state & colonization of India. London, 1828. 8vo. (P-XII-a-223)
Mr. Rudyard Kipling's tales: Review based upon: - 1. Plain tales from the hills, by Rudyard Kipling. London, 1891. - 2. Life's handicap, by the same. London,1891. - 3. The light that failed, by the same. London, 1891. - 4. In black & white & other tales, by the same. Allahabad & London, 1892. - 5. Departmental ditties, by the same. Calcutta, 1891. - 6. Barrack-room Ballads, by the same. London, 1892. - 7. The Naulakha, by Rudyard Kipling & Wolcott Balestier. London, 1892 (P-XII-a-224)
Origin and state of the Indian Army: Review based upon: - An histrical account of the rise & progress of the Bengal native infantry, from its first formation in 1757 to 1796, when the present regulations took place, by the late Captin Williams. London, 1817 (P-XII-a-225)
Indian railways: Review based upon: - 1. Report to the Secretary of State for India in Council on railways in India, for the year 1867-68, by Juland Danvers. - 2. A letter to the Secretary of State for India on the constitution & management of the East Indian Railway Company, by R. W. Crawford (P-XII-a-226)
Burma (P-XII-a-232)
The Hindu Chinese nations: Review based upon: - 1. Journal of a residence in the Burmhan Empire, & more particularly at the Court of Amarapoorah, by Captain Harim Cox. 1821. - 2. Annals of Oriental literature. 1820. - 3. The Calcutta Government gazette. 1823-24 (P-XII-a-235)
The Karen at home (P-XII-a-239)
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