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Sir Thomas Francis Wade (), GCMG, KCB (25August 181831July 1895), was a British diplomat and Sinologist who produced the first Chinese textbook in English in 1867 that was later amended, extended and converted into the Wade-Giles romanization system for Mandarin Chinese by Herbert Giles in 1892.

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Yu yan zi er ji = a progressive course designed to assist the student of colloquial Chinese as spoken in the capital and the metropolitan department / prepared by Thomas Francis...
語言自邇集 : a progressive course designed to assist the student of colloquial Chinese as spoken in the capital and the metropolitan department / prepared by Thomas Francis Wade and Walter Caine Hillier
by Wade, T. F. (Thomas Francis), 1818-1895
Shanghai : London : Inspectorate General of Customs ; Allen, 1886
 
 
Yu yan zi er ji : 19 shi ji zhong qi de Beijing hua = Yü yen tzu erh chi / Weituoma zhu ; Zhang Weidong yi
语言自迩集 : 19世纪中期的北京话 = Yü yen tzu erh chi / 威妥玛著 ; 张卫东译
Uniform title: Yü yen tzu erh chi. Chinese
by Wade, T. F. (Thomas Francis), 1818-1895
Beijing : Beijing da xue chu ban she, 2002
北京 : 北京大学出版社, 2002
 
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