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Title Morrison pahphlets [microform]. 123 / Toyo Bunko
Imprint Tokyo : Toyo Bunko, [1999]
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Fu Ssu-Nien A/V Room  MF DS503.5 M878  v.123(ROLL 8588)    AVAILABLE    30530001111830
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-2421~2450
Subject East Asia -- Collected works
Alt Author Toyo Bunko (Japan). Nanposhi Kenkyu Iinkai
Stok, V. D. De Chineesche behandeling van keeldiphtheritis (P-III-a-2422)
Hykes, John R. List of translations of the scriptures into the Chinese language (P-III-a-2423)
Parker, Edward Harper. The chinese army and the dynasty (P-III-a-2424)
Parker, E. H. Chinese officials (P-III-a-2425)
Bredon, R. E. Treaty revision and likin (P-III-a-2426)
Parker, Edward Harper. Chinese finance (P-III-a-2427)
Parker, Edward Harper. The revenue and resources of China (P-III-a-2428)
Parker, Edward Harper. The Chinese budget (P-III-a-2429)
Nāgārjuna. Suh-ki-li-lih-kiu. The Suhrillekha or 'friendly letter', written by Lung shu (Nâgârjuna), and addressed to King Sadvaha. Tr. fr. the Chinese ed. of I-tsing. By the late Rev. Samuel Beal. With Chinese text (P-III-a-2430)
Tolstoi, Leo. Brief an einen Chinesen. Darlegung der Gefahren repräsentativer Verfassungen. Mit einem Anhang von Sprüchen chinesischer und buddhistischer Weisheit. Mit Vorrede herausg. von Eugen Heinrich Schmitt. Authorisierte Übers. aus dem Russ. von Albert Skarvan (P-III-a-2431)
Chaix, Paul. On the travels of Ibn-Batútah (P-III-a-2432)
Julien, Stanislas. Réponse obligée à un pretendu ami de la justice qui se cache sous le voile de l'anonyme, suivie de barbarismes et de solécismes latins d'un candidat qui a toutes ses sympathies (P-III-a-2433)
Dillon, E. J. The Chinese pale of settlement (P-III-a-2436)
Yerburgh, Robert. Count Mouravieff's triumph (P-III-a-2437)
Lindsay, H. Hamilton. Is the war with China a just one? (P-III-a-2438)
Lyon, D. Willard. Sketch of the history of Protestant Missions in China (P-III-a-2439)
Taw Sein Ko. Suggested reforms for China (P-III-a-2440)
Little, Mrs. Archibald. How the Court came back to Peking (P-III-a-2441)
Alcock, Sir Rutherford. Chinese statesmen and state papers (P-III-a-2442)
Williams, S. Wells. Controversy on the Chinese translation of words god and spirit (P-III-a-2443)
Van Vorst, B. Le pays de soumé (P-III-a-2445)
Galpin, Frederic. Some remarks upon the crisis in China (P-III-a-2446)
Hoyle, F. Impressions of a voyage to China and Japan (P-III-a-2446)
Dobson, W. T. Note on Pidgin English (P-III-a-2446)
Unsworth, Mrs. A lady's impressions of Hong-kong (P-III-a-2446)
Spence, Col. J. China : Shanghai to the Great Wall (P-III-a-2447)
Ibos, capit. Le chemin de fer du Fleuve Rough et la pénétration française au Yunnan (P-III-a-2448)
Kühnert, Franz. Zur Kenntniss der älteren Lautwerthe des Chinesischen (P-III-a-2450)
Alt Title Morrison pamphlet. 123
Vocabulary of medicines (P-III-a-2421)
西藥摘要 (P-III-a-2421)
A description of the Chinese junk, "Keying" (P-III-a-2434-2435)
Reform in China: being a letter addressed to Rear-Admiral Load Charles Beresford. Also an article in reply to "China: the sleep and awakening" (P-III-a-2444)
The Riot in Shanghai on December 18th, 1905. Described and reviewed in the "North-China daily news" and repr. fr. the same (P-III-a-2449)
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