A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire: Being a Classified List of All Books, Essays and Maps in European Languages Relating to Dai Nihon Great Japan Published in Europe, America and in the East from 1859-93 A. D. VIth Year of Ansei-XXVIth of Meiji

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E. J. Brill, 1895 - Classification - 405 pages
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Page 169 - The industries of Japan; together with an account of its agriculture, forestry, arts, and commerce; from travels and researches undertaken at the cost of the Prussian Government; with 44 .illustrations and 3 maps.
Page 182 - Collection des orchidées les plus remarquables de l'archipel indien et du Japon parts i.
Page 103 - Tilley (HA) Japan, the Amoor and the Pacific. With notices of other Places, comprised in a Voyage of Circumnavigation in the Imperial Russian Corvette Rynda, in 1858 — 1800.
Page 228 - Characters of new algae, chiefly from Japan and adjacent regions, collected by Charles Wright in the North Pacific Exploring Expedition under Captain John Rodgers.
Page 18 - Mittheilungen der deutschen Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, herausgegeben von dem Vorstande.
Page 57 - Histoire de l'établissement, des progrès et de la décadence du Christianisme dans l'empire du Japon , où l'on voit les différentes révolutions qui ont agité cette Monarchie pendant plus d'un siècle.
Page 211 - WOMEN OF THE ORIENT. An Account of the Religious, Intellectual, and Social Condition of Women in Japan, China, India, Egypt, Syria, and Turkey.
Page 29 - ... pp. 48-80. Yokohama, 1875.) St. John (Capt.) An excursion into the interior parts of Yamato Province. (Asiatic Society of Japan. Transactions. v. 3, pt. 2, pp. 35-48. Yokohama, 1875.) Toselowski (Franz). Eine Reise urn die Erde mit zweijahrigem Aufenthalt in Japan.
Page 245 - Proceedings, 1878: 587-609. 1883. Supplement to the geodephagous Coleoptera of Japan, chiefly from the collection of Mr. George Lewis, made during his second visit, from February, 1880 to September, 1881.

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