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Journal of the proceedings of the late embassy to China ; comprising a correct narrative of the public transactions of the embassy, of the voyage to and from China, and the journey from the mouth of the Pei-Ho to the return to Canton ... / Henry Ellis
Bib ID 81188
Format BookBook
Author
Ellis, Henry, Sir, 1777-1855
 
Printer (London [England] : T. Davison)
Description London [England] : Printed for John Murray, 1817 
vii, 526 p. [11] leaves of plates (some col., some folded) : maps, port. ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Interspersed with observations upon the face of the country, the polity, moral character, and manners of the Chinese nation. The whole illustrated by maps and drawings. - t.p.

B281.

Subjects China - Description and travel.  |  Great Britain - Foreign relations - China.  |  China - Foreign relations - Great Britain.

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