The Chinese repository = 支那叢報  VOL13

Originally published: Canton : Printed for the proprietors, 1833-1846

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  • CONTENTS.
  • No.1.
  • Art.I. Comparative English and Chinese Calendar for 1844
  • list of foreign residents in China
  • commercial houses
  • foreign consuls and their establishments
  • colonial government of Hongkong
  • H.B.M's military and naval forces in China
  • and list of the Portuguese government of Macao / 1
  • Art.II. Notice of a seven months' residence in the city of Ningpo,from December 7th,1842,to July 7th,1843.Communicated by the Rev.W.C.Milne. / 14
  • Art.III. Religious Intelligence:the warranty for Christian mission
  • subjects proposed for consideration at the monthly concerts of prayer by missionaries in Hongkong
  • chaplaincy
  • missionary stations in China,&c. / 44
  • Art.IV. Journal of Occurrences:Act of Parliament for the government of H.M.subjects in China,and ordinance thereupon issued by H.M.superintendent
  • changes in officers at Hongkong
  • sale of lands there
  • letter from sir H.Pottinger to H.B.M.consul at Shanghai,punishment of the murderers of Sharpe and McKinlay
  • correspondence with the hong‐merchants
  • opium compensation
  • note to Article I. / 48
  • No.2.
  • Art.I. The Closing Events of the Campaign in China
  • the operations in the Yangtsz'kiang
  • and the treaty at Nanking.By captain Granville G.Loch,R.N.London:John Murray,Albermarle street,1843. / 57
  • Art.II. List of arrivals in Hongkong harbor,from July 1st to December 31st,1843. / 70
  • Art.III. Extract from the Journal of the Rev.D.Abeel,at Kulang su,from April to October,1843. / 74
  • Art.IV. Notice of a seven months' residence in the city of Ningpo,from December 7th,1842,to July 7th,1843.Communicated by the Rev.W.C.Milne. / 77
  • Art.V. Bibliographical Notices:I.Esop's Fables:as translated into Chinese by R.Thom,rendered into the colloquial of the dialects spoken in the department of Changchiu in the province of Fukien
  • and in the department of Tiechiu in the province of Canton.By S.DYER and J.STRONACH.Singapore Mission press,1843.Part I.,pp.40.Part II.,pp.37.
  • II.Chinese and English Vocabulary.Part first.
  • III.Christian Almanac in Chinese,for the 24th year of the reign of Taukwang,being the 1844th of the Christian era. / 98
  • Art.VI. Journal of Occurrences
  • remarks upon the Peking Gazettes
  • trade at Canton
  • ordinance to abolish slavery at Hongkong
  • missionary hospital at Ningpo
  • American Legation to China
  • U.S.frigate Brandywine
  • additional Note to ART.I.,No.1. / 107
  • No.3.
  • Art.I. The land of Sinim:an examination of Isaiah 49:12,with reference to the country designated. / 113
  • Art.II. Addenda to the Sailing Directions for the coast of China.See vol.XII.,pages 401‐434. / 123
  • Art.III. Notice of a seven months' residence in the city of Ningpo,from December 7th,1842,to July 7th,1843.Communicated by the Rev.W.C.Milne.(Continued from p.98.) / 127
  • Art.IV. Supplementary Treaty between England and China:translated from the Chinese. / 143
  • Art.V. Notes of a visit of H.M ship Samarang,under capt.sir E.Belcher,C.B.,to the Batanes and the Madjicosima groups,in 1843‐44 / 150
  • Art.VI. Journal of Occurrences:ordinances of the government of Hongkong relating to seamen and to printing
  • members of the American legation to China
  • French consulate
  • affairs at Amoy
  • shipwrecked Japanese. / 164
  • No.4.
  • Art.I. Notices of the religion,manners,and customs of the Siamese.By the late M.Bruguiere.Translated from the Annales de la Foi. / 169
  • Art.II. Journal of Occurrences:ordinances of the government of Hongkong:to give judicial authority to H.M.consuls,to provide for the registration of deeds,wills,&c.,and to preserve cleanliness and good order in Hongkong
  • Canton Press. / 217
  • No.5.
  • Art.I. Remarks on the Jews,considered in relation to Christian missions,by one of the Protestant missionaries in Hongkong,at the monthly concert held there on the 4th of March,1844. / 225
  • Art.II. Notices of Amoy and its inhabitants:extracts from a Journal of the Rev.D.Abeel at Kulang su. / 233
  • Art.III. Eleventh report of the Ophthalmic Hospital at Canton for the term commencing 1st Jan.and ending 17th June,1840.By the Rev.Peter Parker,M.D. / 239
  • Art.IV. A memoir of Chin Chungmin(the hero of Wusung),who always followed a correct line of conduct.Translated for the Repository. / 247
  • Art.V. A picture of the Precious Porcelain pagoda in the Recompensing Favor monastery of Kiangnan(commonly)known as the Porcelain Tower). / 261
  • Art.VI. Journal of Occurrence:John F.Davis,governor of Hongkong
  • other new appointments
  • count de Ratti‐Mento's correspondence with the Chinese authorities
  • ordinances Nos.7 and 8 of the Hongkong government
  • French and United States' squadrons in the Chinese seas
  • Kiying again appointed high imperial commissioner
  • commercial concessions made to the Portuguese
  • American flag‐staff in Canton
  • rebuilding of the British factories opposed by the populace
  • northern ports
  • extracts from the Peking Gazettes
  • sickness among the Chinese
  • vaccination among the Mongols. / 266
  • No.6.
  • Art.I. Considerations on the language of communication between the Chinese and European governments.‐Communicated for the Repository. / 281
  • Art.II. Twelfth report of the Ophthalmic Hospital at Canton,from 21st November,1842,to December 31st,1843.By the Rev.P.Parker,M.D. / 301
  • Art.III. Alphabetical list of the provinces,departments,and districts in China,with their latitudes and longitudes. / 320
  • Art.IV. Journal of Occurrences:ordinances of the Hongkong government:No12,regarding police‐men
  • No.13,regarding Chinese policemen,and No.14,respecting gambling
  • proclamation regarding the removal of foreigners from Namoh
  • disturbances in Canton,and feeling against foreigners
  • Kiying's arrival in Canton:departure of sir Henry Pottinger from China
  • robberies at Hongkong
  • trade at ports upon the coast
  • consul for Fuchau
  • count de RattiMenton's correspondence with Kiying. / 327
  • N.o 7.
  • Art.I. Notice of a seven months' residence in the city of Ningpo,from December 7th,1842,to July 7th,1843.Communicated by the Rev.W.C.Milne.(Continued from page 143.) / 337
  • Art II. Alphabetical list of the provinces,departments,and districts in China,with their latitudes and longitudes.(Continued from page 327.) / 357
  • Art.III. Proceedings of the Medical Missionary Society in China,exhibited by a report of its general committee of management,with reports of its medical officers,&c. / 369
  • Art.IV. Report of the Medical Missionary Society's hospital at Hongkong under the care of B.Hobson,M.B.In a letter to the acting secretary. / 377
  • Art.V. Specimens of letters written by pupils in the Morrison Education Society's school at Hongkong
  • funds of the Society. / 383
  • Art.VI. Journal of Occurrences:treaty between China and the United States
  • Kiying's commission as commissioner for foreign affairs
  • proclamation to the people
  • Ki Kung's death
  • Kiying's letter regarding the settlers on Namoh
  • sale of lands at Hongkong
  • freshes at Canton
  • affairs at Canton
  • retention of Chusan
  • extracts from the Peking gazettes. / 386
  • No.8.
  • Art.I. Legatio Batavica ad Magnum Tartariœ Chamum Sungteium,modernum Sinœ Imperatorem,&c.Conscripta vernacule per Joannem Nieuhovium,Primum Legationis Aulœ Magistrum,&c.Latinitate donatum per clarissimum virum Georgium Hornium,Historiarum in celeberrima Lugd.Batav.Acad.Prof.Amstelodami.CIɔIɔCLXVIII.Reviewed by a Correspondent. / 393
  • Art.II. Report of the Medical Missionary Society's Hospital at Shanghai,under the care of W.Lockhart,M.R.C.S. / 408
  • Art.III. Alphabetical list of the provinces,departments,and districts in China,with their latitudes and longitudes.(Continued from page 369.) / 418
  • Art.IV. Treaty between Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain and the Emperor of China,signed in the English and Chinese languages,at Nanking,August 29th,1842. / 437
  • Art.V. Journal of Occurrences:the French Diplomatic Mission to China
  • return of H.E.Mr.Cushing to the United States
  • gov.Davis visits the northern ports
  • popular feeling at the five ports
  • seizure of opium. / 447
  • No.9.
  • Art.I. Supplementary Treaty signed by their excellencies sir Henry Pottinger and Kiying respectively on the part of the sovereigns of Great Britain and China,at the Bogue,Oct.8th,1843. / 449
  • Art.II. On the fulfillment of the prophecy of Isaiah concerning the land of Sinim
  • being a sequel to Art.I.in the March No. / 466
  • Art.III. Alphabetical list of the provinces,departments,and districts in China,with their latitudes and longitudes.(Continued from page 437.) / 478
  • Art.IV. Journal of Occurrences:treaty of Wanghia ratified by the emperor
  • summary of its articles
  • Kiying's arrival in Macao
  • advancement of Hwang Ngantung
  • sixth anniversary of the Morrison Education Society
  • mission schools in Hongkong
  • subscription to Medical Missionary hospital at Ningpo
  • Budhist prescription for an epidemic
  • memorial from the Censorate. / 500
  • No.10.
  • Art.I. Geographical Notice of Tibet
  • its divisions and principal cities,with notices of its lakes,glaciers,mines &c.From the Jou.of the Asiatic Society. / 505
  • Art.II. Alphabetical list of the provinces,departments,and districts in China,with their latitudes and longitudes.(Continued from page 500.) / 513
  • Art.III. A description and translation of a Shau Ping or Longevity Screen. / 535
  • Art.IV. On the fulfillment of the prophecy of Isaiah concerning the land of Sinim.(Continued from page 477.) / 537
  • Art.V. Philosophical opinions of Chu futsz' on the immaterial principle and primary matter.Furnished by a Correspondent. / 552
  • Art.VI. Journal of Occurrences:removal of the office of the Chinese Repository to Hongkong
  • notices of the colony
  • return of his excellency gov.Davis from the northern ports
  • Canton
  • growth of opium
  • state of the Chinese empire. / 559
  • No.11.
  • Art.I. Appendix to the alphabetical list of provinces,departments,&c.,in China,containing the names of the divisions,towns,tribes,&c.,in the empire beyond the eighteen provinces. / 561
  • Art.II. On the fulfillment of the prophecy of Isaiah,concerning the land of Sinim
  • Rcman Catholics in China.(Continued from page 552.) / 578
  • Art.III. Journal of Occurrences
  • Kiying's standing
  • degradation of the late admiral Wu
  • death of missionaries
  • Medical Missionary Society's Hospital,Hongkong
  • treaty between France and China
  • correspondence regarding the Registration Ordinance. / 603
  • No.12.
  • Art.I. Philosophical opinions of Chu futsz' regarding Tai kih,or the great extreme,of the Chinese.(Continued from page 559.) / 609
  • Art.II. The sixth annual report of the Morrison Education Society,with minutes of its meeting / 619
  • Art.III. On the fulfillment of the prophecy of Isaiah concerning the Land of Sinim
  • the Protestant Missions in China. / 641
  • Art.IV. Record of criminals,European and Chinese,lodged in the jails of Hongkong,from the 20th September,1843,to November 15th,1844. / 654
  • Art.V. Declaration respecting Transit Duties,[Signed in the English and Chinese Languages,]communicated for the Chinese Repository. / 655
  • Art.VI. Journal of Occurrences
  • specimen of Chinese type,and characters formed by devisable type
  • new edition of the Pei Wan Yun Fu
  • Mr.Callery's encyclopedia of the Clanese language
  • port of Macao opened to all nations
  • second session of the supreme court of Hongkong
  • Peking Gazettes
  • state of the Chinese empire / 656

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書名 The Chinese repository = 支那叢報
書名ヨミ The Chinese repository = シナ ソウホウ
書名別名 支那叢報
巻冊次 VOL13
出版元 丸善
刊行年月 昭和18
言語 英語
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