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China and the Chinese. Volume 86 [electronic resource].
6 items, bound : ill.
Boxer Rebellion, 1899-1901
Textbooks for foreign speakers
Nevius, John L. (John Livingston) 1829-1893
Nevius, Helen Sanford (Coan) 1833-1910
Cornell University. Library. Wason Collection
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Adam Matthew Education (Firm)
China (Adam Matthew Digital (Firm) : 2012)
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Status of women in China.
Horsburgh, J. Heywood (James Heywood), b. 1852.
Do not say.
Is there anything in it?
Sadler, J., Rev.
Hints on Chinese idiom.
Sell, Edward, 1839-1932.
Muslims in China.
Nevius, Helen Sanford (Coan), 1833-1910.
Descriptive catalogue of books and tracts by the Rev. John Livingston Nevius and Helen S. Coan Nevius.
Binder's title: China and the Chinese : a collection of pamphlets relating thereto. Volume 86.
Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital. [Chicago, Ill.] : Adam Matthew Education [North American distributor], c2012 (China : culture and society : the Wason Pamphlet Collection, Cornell University)
Location of originals
Wason Collection, Cornell University
The status of women in China / by Ernst Faber. 2nd ed.
Do not say, or, The church's excuses for neglecting the heathen / by J. Heywood Horsburgh ; with introduction by Eugene Stock. New ed. / re-written and much new material added
Is there anything in it? : some after-crisis vindications / by Gilbert McIntosh
Hints on Chinese idiom / by J. Sadler
Muslims in China / by the Rev. Canon Sell (The Islam series)
A descriptive catalogue of books and tracts by the Rev. John Livingston Nevius and Helen S. Coan Nevius / [by Mrs. Nevius ; in Chinese and English]
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Pamphlets relating to China
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