The International Relations of the Chinese Empire, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Longmans, Green, and Company, 1918 - China
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Contents

Coup ditat at Seoul Dec 4 1884
12
Mr Merrills mission to maintain ChinaKorean connexion
13
Mr O N Denny appointed adviser to Korean king Jan 1886
14
He sets Korea against Chinese connexion
15
Korean envoy received at Washington Jan 17 1888 Denny withdraws from Korean service Dec 1888
17
Increasing rivalry of China and Japan in Korea
18
Tonghak rising in Korea MarchMay 1894
19
Assassination of Kim Okkiun March 28
21
Simultaneous withdrawal acceptable to China rejected by Japan
22
CHAPTER II
26
Japanese seize royal palace at Seoul and change administration
30
TABLE OF CONTENTS vii
42
TABLE OF CONTENTS xi
48
CHAPTER III
57
CHAPTER IV
72
CHAPTER V
101
CHAPTER VI
128
Early steps taken to initiate reforms
129
Canton a centre of radical reform
130
Kang Yuwei constitutional reformer his character
131
Rapid spread of reform feeling spring 1898
132
Two parties in the state northern and southern
133
Kang Yuwei introduced to personal notice of emperor
134
First reform decrees and their prophylactic June 11 13 1898
135
Summary of Chang Chihtungs essay Learn
136
Emperors principal reform decrees June 20Sept 16
137
A pyramid standing on its apex
139
The later decrees struck at all official privilege
140
CHAPTER VII
156
CHAPTER VIII
193
CHAPTER IX
226
23
247
CHAPTER X
260
July 28
261
Scanty news from Peking during July
262
Expectation of relief in legations
263
Early move from Tientsin not thought possible
264
Japan urged to move European powers hesitate
265
Japan agrees to act under British guarantee
266
Independent Russian action conseq uent American advance Aug 14
276
British troops first to enter legation Aug 14
277
Great sufferings of foreign community and converts
278
Casualties among foreign defending force
279
American assault on Forbidden City Aug 15 stopped
280
CHAPTER XI
289
37 Russia proceeds to absorb Manchuria Sept 24 321
290
AngloGerman agreement Oct 16
327
TABLE OF CONTENTS xiii
329
revision of treaties Peiho and Hwangpu conservancies 357
330
CHAPTER XIII
360
Deposition of Puchvin rehabilitation of Chang Yinhwan Dec 1901
362
Difficulty to China from fall in value of silver
367
Chinas difficult position
368
Revision of the commercial treaties 19023
369
Attempted aboUtion of likin throughout China
370
Attempted reform not carried out
371
Regulation of customs and trading matters
372
Essentially British claims regulated
373
Prohibition of import of morphia
374
China required to adopt uniform coinage weights and measures
375
China supported in reforming judicial system
376
Mining regulations to be recast
377
Jurisdiction in mixed cases at Shanghai
378
Peiho conservancy at Tientsin
380
Scheme of 1901 under final protocol
381
New scheme adopted Sept 27 1905
382
Organisation of Board of Conservancy
383
Funds of the Board found inadequate
384
The Hwangpu Board of Maintenance created April 4 1912
385
CHAPTER XIV
387
CHAPTER XV
409
Tentative steps in constitutional reform 190608
410
PAOB
448
APPENDIX
470
APPENDIX
479
APPENDIX
486
LIST OF PRINCIPAL WORKS CITED
493
INDEX
499

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