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Title Morrison pahphlets [microform]. 55 / Toyo Bunko
Imprint Tokyo : Toyo Bunko, [1999]
 Fu Ssu-Nien A/V Room  MF DS503.5 M878  v.55(ROLL 8520)    AVAILABLE    30530001111111
Descript 1 microfilm reels ; 35 mm
Series モリソン文庫
東洋文庫. モリソン文庫
Note File no.: P-III-a-726-731,733~755
Subject East Asia -- Collected works
Alt Author Toyo Bunko (Japan). Nanposhi Kenkyu Iinkai
Blane, William. Tsingtau and its significance: with some impressions from a recent visit (P-III-a-726)
Imperialist, [pseud.]. The final expulsion of Germany from China (P-III-a-727-1)
Piggot, F. T. Germans in China (P-III-a-727-2)
Sadler, Gilbert T. Who translated the Chinese classics? A short life of Dr. James Legge (P-III-a-728)
Latourette, Kenneth Scott. An unpopular view of the Shantung question (P-III-a-730)
Millard, Thomas Franklin Fairfax. Chaina's case at the Peace Conference (P-III-a-731)
Dorés, Henri. Le "Congrès de la paix" en Chine en 546 avant J.-C. (P-II I-a-733)
Kong-siang-ko. La Chine et le Chantoung devant la Conférence de la paix (P-III-a-734)
Davis, Sir John Francis. China, during the war and since the peace. Review (P-III-a-735)
Smith, Earnest F. Borst. Scenes in Shensi's civil war. Some consequences of the monarchical movement: the apotheosis of brigandage. (P-III-a-736)
Ridge, W. Sheldon. China 1911-1912. Government changes and national movements. With translations of the state documents relating thereto (P-III-a-739)
Farjenel, Fernand. Chine : la révolution chinoise (P-III-a-740)
Diósy, Arthur. The Chinese revolution (P-III-a-741)
Dillon, E. J. The most momentous event for 1,000 years. - Causes of the Chinese upheaval. - Hunger and hatred as revolutionary levers. - Chinaman versus Mandchu. - The prince regent not to blame (P-III-a-742)
Siu-Djau-Lau. Der politische Zustand in China (P-III-a-743)
Münsterberg, Oscar. Die Reform Chinas. Ein historisch-politischer und volkswirtschaftlicher Beitrag zur Kenntniss Ostasiens (P-III-a-744)
Aldridge, Frances. How President Yuan became emperor (P-III-a-745)
Tsiang, Tingfu F. What the Chinese Republic is doing. A sketch of its present political turmoil, its chief leaders and its rapid cultural progress (P-III-a-746)
Machary, Robert. The Great Republic of China (P-III-a-747)
Kelly, John. The battle of Muddy Flat (P-III-a-750)
Hamberg, Theodore. The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection (P-III-a-751)
Yates, Rev. M. T. The T'ai-ping rebellion: A lecture delivered at the temperance hall, ... Rev. & enl. (P-III-a-753)
Gregson, Samuel. The Taepings. The Speech of S. G. ... and the reply of A. H. L. (P-III-a-754)
Layard A. H. The Taepings. The Speech of S. G. ... and the reply of A. H. L. (P-III-a-754)
Johnson, Rev. John E. Tai-ping-wang. There is no God but God; and Tai-ping-wang is the younger brother of Jesus (P-III-a-755)
Alt Title Morrison pamphlet. 55
China, Shantung, and the Anglo-Japanese alliance (P-III-a-729)
China's refusal to sign the peace treaty (P-III-a-732-1)
China and Shantung (P-III-a-732-2)
Important documents relating to China's revolution. With Eng. tr. (P-III-a-737)
La Révolution chinoise. Septembre 1911 - février 1912 (P-III-a-738)
The Battle of Muddy Flat (P-III-a-748)
The Battle of "Muddy Flat" 1854. Being an historical sketch of that famous occurance, written specially for the Jubilee Commemoration thereof at Shanghai, Apri 1904; with some added particulars relating to the Shanghai Volunteer Corps (P-III-a-749)
The religious precepts of the Tae-ping dynasty, with a brief account of the Chinese revolution, presented gratuitously by W. Hewett & Co. ... (P-III-a-752)
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