Image from page five of “The international relations of the Chinese empire” (1900)

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Image from web page 5 of “The international relations of the Chinese empire” (1900)

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Identifier: internationalrel03mors
Title: The international relations of the Chinese empire
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Morse, Hosea Ballou, 1855-1934
Subjects: Opium trade China — Foreign relations China — Politics and government China — History
Publisher: New York : Paragon Book Gallery

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Li Huncj-ciianu j.n l.S!)(i THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF THE CHINESE EMPIRE BY HosEA Ballou Morse, ll.d. AUTHOR OF the TR . DE AND ADMINISTRATION OF CHINA THE GILDS OF CHINA, KTC. VOLUME III THE PERIOD OF SUBJECTION 1894-1911 WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, DIAGRAMS, AND MAPS Sole distributors in the USAPARAGON BOOK GALLERY Booksellers and Publishers NEW YORK • NY • USA /&gt 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER I KOREA, CHINA AND JAPAN 1. Korea tributary to China 2. French expedition to Korea, 1866 . 3. Visits of American war-ships, 1867-68 4. Piratical raid to Korea, 1868 . five. American diplomatic mission proposed 6. Gemnan and Russian attempts, 1869 7. China disclaims duty for Korea, 1871 . eight. Hostile reception of American mission, May 31, 1871 9. Korean forts silenced mission failed June-July . 10. First treaty in between China and Japan, Sept. 13, 1871 11. Treaty in between Japan and Korea, Feb. 26, 1876 12. Korean treaties with Western powers, 1882-86 13. Anti-foreignriotatSeoul, July 2internationalrel03mors

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