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A seller of 'sing-songs' : a chapter in the foreign trade of China and Macao / [by] J. M. Braga
Bib ID 2327964
Format BookBook
Author
Braga, J. M. (José Maria), 1897-1988
 
Description [Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, 1967] 
p. [61]-108 ; 27 cm. 
Notes

Reprinted from Journal of Oriental studies, v. 6 no. 1-2, 1961/­64.

Bibliographical footnotes.

Library's copy at BRA 7428 is a photocopy from original.

Subjects Cox, John Henry, - 1757-1791.  |  East India Company.  |  China - Foreign economic relations.  |  Macau (China : Special Administrative Region)
Other authors/contributors Journal of Oriental studies

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