Narrative of the Expedition to the China Seas and Japan, 1852-1854

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Courier Corporation, 2000年1月1日 - 537 頁
Enhanced with over 200 rare illustrations, this thrilling firsthand account relates the tension and triumph attendant upon Perry's mission to establish Japanese-American diplomatic relations. Drawn from the journals of the commodore and his officers, the narrative also features entries from diaries and official correspondence and reports, all brimming with revealing anecdotes.
 

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Probabilities of a successful mission from the United States to Japan Such a mission proposed to the Govern
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Voyage from the capes of the Chesapeake to Madeira View of the island Funchal Hospitality of the
81
Passage to the cape Fuel for staamers Table rock and Cape Town Description of Cape Town Climate
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CHAPTER IV
107
Singapore Its great commerce Population Rapid increase Hospitality of a wealthy Chinese merchant
125
CHAPTER VI
139
Number and position of islands of Lew Chew Their supposed political relations to Japan and China Descrip
151
Report of an inland exploration of Great Lew Chew by a party from the squadron under the command
162
CHAPTER XV
274
CHAPTER XVI
287
Increased cordiality and friendly intercourse on the part of the Lew Chewans Second visit of the Commodore
309
CHAPTER XVIII
321
Ships anchored in YokuHama bay so as to command the shore Kanagawa treaty house Imperial barge
343
Cordiality between Japanese and Aracricans Presents from the Japanese Coins Singular custom of includ
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CHAPTER XXII
393
Survey and description of the harbor of Simoda Discipline in the squadron Intercourse with the authorities
415

CHAPTER IX
187
Situation of Bonin islands First discovery of them Europeans have no claim as the discoverers Mixed
197
CHAPTER XII
228
CHAPTER XIII
243
CHAPTER XIV
262
CHAPTER XXIII
433
CHAPTER XXI
463
CHAPTER XXV
491
SUPPLEMENTARY CHAPTER
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