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The International Relations of the Chinese Empire Volume II: The Period of Submission (1861-1893)
This book discusses the history of international relations of the Chinese Empire during 1861-1893. The book consists of 19 chapters and seven appendices about the inspectors of customs at Shanghai, the inspectorate general of custom, the coup d'etat, the Taiping Rebellion: Ward and Gordon, the cooperative policy, the Shanghai Municipality, definition of customs authority, emigration, the Burlingame Mission, Treaty Revisions (1869), Chinese hostility to missionaries, the Tientsin Massacre, majority, audience, and death of Tungchih, the Chefoo Convention (1876), Sundry events (1875-1883), Russia and Ili, France and Tongking, Hongkong and Macao, and the years of peace (1886-1894), and the development of trade. This book is suitable for research on international relations of Chinese during 1861-1893.
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