Prince Saionji, by Yosaburo Takekoshi

"Translator's prefatory note" signed: Kozaki Nariaki

「国立国会図書館デジタルコレクション」より

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • Preface / 1
  • Translator's Prefatory Note / 4
  • Introduction / 7
  • Chapter I. Genealogy of the House of Saionji / 1
  • Chapter II. The Kuge Families and their Livelihood / 4
  • Chapter III. A Scion of the Imperial Family / 9
  • Chapter IV. Adopted as a"Real Child"of the Saionji Family / 12
  • Chapter V. The Prince's House is Burnt Down and He Dwells in Town / 14
  • Chapter VI. Tradition as the Head House of Biwa Music / 16
  • Chapter VII. The Prince's Reading and Penmanship and His Pre-Restoration Ideas on National Defence / 19
  • Chapter VIII. The Mystery of the Falling of"Holy Cards" / 23
  • Chapter IX. Nariaki of Mito's Approach to the Prince / 24
  • Chapter X. The Imperial Princes Nakagawa-no-Miya and Yamashina-no-Miya / 25
  • Chapter XI. The Great Edict of the Restoration of the Imperial Government / 30
  • Chapter XII. Samurai of Satsuma and Chōshū are given Seats in the Palace Hall / 34
  • Chapter XIII. The Flight of Tokugawa Yoshinobu / 37
  • Chapter XIV. The Prince's Advocacy of War / 41
  • Chapter XV. The Prince Goes to Tamba as Commander-General for the Pacification of San'indo / 44
  • Chapter XVI. What Will Become of the Country? / 54
  • Chapter XVII. Battles at the Frontiers of Echigo / 55
  • Chapter XVIII. The Prince Resigns His Office and Returns to Tokyo / 60
  • Chapter XIX. The Prince Parts from and Again Meets Ōmura Masujiro / 61
  • Chapter XX. Night Steamers / 65
  • Chapter XXI. The Prince's Friends in the Early Years of Meiji / 67
  • Chapter XXII. The Prince Seeks a Wife in the New Class / 70
  • Chapter XXIII. The Prince Meets Kido Takayoshi / 71
  • Chapter XXIV. Establishment of Ritsumei-kan / 74
  • Chapter XXV. The Prince at the Imperial Palace wears Foreign Clothes / 76
  • Chapter XXVI. The Prince Goes to Nagasaki for Study / 77
  • Chapter XXVII. The Prince Goes to France as a Student / 79
  • Chapter XXVIII. The Prince's Life in Paris / 84
  • Chapter XXIX. As Newspaper Editor / 91
  • Chapter XXX. The Prince Leaves the Newspaper Company by Imperial Order / 95
  • Chapter XXXI. The Prince Becomes Associate Member of the Advisory Council / 101
  • Chapter XXXII. The Prince Goes Abroad Again / 105
  • Chapter XXXIII. Mutsu Munemitsu's Special Pardon / 108
  • Chapter XXXIV. Great Political Changes / 111
  • Chapter XXXV. The Rumour of a Russian Occupation of Tsushima / 117
  • Chapter XXXVI. The Prince Visits the Papal Court / 118
  • Chapter XXXVII. The German Kaiser / 121
  • Chapter XXXVIII. Days of Indolence / 122
  • Chapter XXXIX. The Imperial Gift of Money to the Kuge Nobility / 124
  • Chapter XL. From the Yamagata Ministry to the Itō Ministry / 128
  • Chapter XLI. The Taiwonkun's Doctrine that"Rocks Are the Spine of the Country" / 132
  • Chapter XLII. "Japan of the World" / 135
  • Chapter XLIII. The Prince Goes Abroad for the Fifth Time and Meets Hanotaux / 144
  • Chapter XLIV. The Prince Becomes Minister of Education for the Second Time / 148
  • Chapter XLV. The Yamagata Ministry:Its Coming and Going / 160
  • Chapter XLVI. The Prince Adopts Mori Hachirō / 166
  • Chapter XLVII. Should Saionji Succeed Yamagata? / 167
  • Chapter XLVIII. Prince Saionji,Premier ad interim / 176
  • Chapter XLIX. The Katsura Ministry / 181
  • Chapter L. The Crown Prince Desires to Visit Prince Saionji / 185
  • Chapter LI. The Origin of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance / 186
  • Chapter LII. Katsura Wants to Overthrow Itō / 194
  • Chapter LIII. Itō"Enshrined Alive"in the Privy Council / 200
  • Chapter LIV. Prince Saionji as President of the Seiyukai / 206
  • Chapter LV. The Ultimatum to Russia / 209
  • Chapter LVI. The Character of Prince Saionji Vividly Revealed / 215
  • Chapter LVII. The First Saionji Ministry / 218
  • Chapter LVIII. The Picture Scrolls in Memory of Sanjō Sanetsumu / 225
  • Chapter LIX. The Prince's Informal Tour in Manchuria / 227
  • Chapter LX. The Kaiser and the Japanese Press / 230
  • Chapter LXI. Knavish Schemes of the Bureaucrats / 232
  • Chapter LXII. Prince Saionji's Sudden Resignation / 237
  • Chapter LXIII. The Second Katsura Ministry / 242
  • Chapter LXIV. The Eventful Second Saionji Ministry / 251
  • Chapter LXV. A Movement for Safeguarding Constitutional Government / 270
  • Chapter LXVI. Appearance of the Yamamoto Ministry / 278
  • Chapter LXVII. Retirement of the Prince / 281
  • Chapter LXVIII. The Minister of the Imperial Household Reprimanded / 281
  • Chapter LXIX. From the Yamamoto Ministry to the Hara Ministry / 283
  • Chapter LXX. The Prince Goes to the Peace Conference / 286
  • Chapter LXXI. The Prince's Literary Tastes and Interests / 289
  • Apperulix:
  • A Chronological Summary of the Restoration and Post-Restoration History of Japan / 298

「国立国会図書館デジタルコレクション」より

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書名 Prince Saionji, by Yosaburo Takekoshi
著作者等 Takekoshi, Yosaburō
Kozaki, Nariaki
出版元 Ritsumeikan University
刊行年月 1936
言語 英語
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