The Chinese Repository, 第 11-15 卷

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proprietors., 1842
 

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Kulangsii authorities at 115i Medical Miss Soc 3d report
64
French ships at north 64767t
70
Ships of war required 255
71
Passes of the Great Wall 448
92
Fuchau fu in Fukien 656
101
Shipwrecked Chinese 247
102
Chinhai authorities at
115
Siamese tributehearers
130
Sinologues present number of 158
158
Fukien delect orthography
173
E assist secretary 240
176
Funghwa a visit to the city
180
Periodical a Chinese monthly 19
181
Ta Papau a kidnapper 615
187
General chamber of commerce
195
Teishin and Tsishin degraded 681
200
Chinhai an attack on
220
General Orders by Cough 60236343
236
Hailing death of 479678
288
Iuvan admiral to ad Maitland 300 Militia disbanding of native 576
289
Tinghai Chusan a free port 119
290
Tinghai manifesto by people of 646
307
Halleya comet observed 13
342
Topography of Chili province 4
438
Iliingchau its defenses 299
475
Hangchau the department of 104
518
Hellas schooner attacked
525
Hienling Tartar lieutgen
592
Chiis lLgov admonitions to people 12
616
Topography of Shansi
621
Chuenpi naval battle of 469
627
Chusan recapture of 60
639
Hii Naitsi dismissed 345
659
Chusan evacuated 579
675
LArtemise capt La Place 30? Minglun tiing assemblages at
680
Cochinchinese language 450
21
Holgate in charge of hospital 195
23
Lay T review by 487 Mission the special to China 114
48
Rebellion in Kwangtung 6
58
eeture of S QA iteyAdams 274 Morrison death of Rev Robt d d 65
65
Cohong the evils of the 351
70
Regulations new and restrictive 128
78
Commissioners the joint 515
122
Commission of H B M extended 188
128
Hongkong land committee at 184
144
Relations British state of 185
185
Legends extraordinary 205 j Morrison Ed Soc meeting of 520
191
Committee of Correspondence 244
240
Condition of affiirs in China 76
258
Constellation reminiscences of 329
279
Reminiscences of the U S frigate
329
Li gov banished to Qroiuntsi 12 Mor Ed Societys schools 337
337
Hongkong a free port 1
353
governor degraded j i Morrisons Dictionary cost of 388
388
Lighthouseone recommended Murad beg chief of the Usbeeks 145
145
Reynolds E G assist land oiii 240
147
Riot in Canton Dec 12th 1838 307
168
Roads the committee for 240
185
United Sates ships of war 11186
186
Lin appointed commissioner 350
350
Illustrations of men and things
434
Infanticide in Fukien female 507
507
Lin Tsesii enters Canton 355 Nan Sung Chichuen reviewed 529
529
Ingersoll goes to Japan 255
538
Sarah the first free trader 24
552
Jancigny col arrives 586
586
Japan the Morrisons visit to 255
598
Schoolbooks wanted 548
630
Vessels on the coast 15
15
Lin and Tang banished to Hi 584 Nanking notices of the city 214
25
Macao changes in 400 ston 60
60
Japanese eight shipwrecked 400
100
Junks the seizure of 119
119
Kanpi its position 163
130
Khan Khnjit ruler cf Knshgar 145
145
Victoria Lins letter to queen 522
186
Macao Inner Harbor of 524 Napiers fort commenced 188
188
Earthquake in Yunnan 21
196
Ki Kung ltguv of Canton 24
214
Elliot allowed to goto the city 245
245
Kiangsi province topography of 374
374
VVano Ting suicide of 399456
389
Macao Mathesons donation to 181 Narrative of sergeant Campbell 395
395
Kiangsu military operations in 397
397
Macdonald capt his statements 81 Naval forces list of English 119
432
Kiangsii the topography of 210
487
Schooners built on European mod 525
525
Madagascar steamer burnt 634 Negotiations commenced 70
577
Elliots movts regarding peace 581
581
Seamens Friend Association 350
583
Manifesto peoples rejoinder to 68 Nerbudda abandoned by captain 683
585
Elliot reported to the court 242
592
Kingai thp modern Hangchau 106
17
Manifesto by people of Tinghai 64 Ningpo reoccupied by Chinese 470
61
Marine poiice rules for a 354 Ningpo the city of evacuated 342
92
MeBryde Rev T and family 506 Notices of Flrcgchau 101
101
Emperors birthday anniversary 131
131
War with China cause of the 281
281
Notices on Chinese grammar 317
317
War the cause of the 510
325
White Deer vale in Kiangsi 383
383
Emperors rescript upon treaty 629
397
Yanotsz kiang course of 374
460
jShantung topograph of 557
557
jKishen treaty with 578
578
Yuen Yuen made cabinet minister 20
583
Evacuation of Chuenpi 578644
586
Fables of the poet Su Tungpii 139
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