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China and the powers; chapters in the history of Chinese intercourse with western nations, by Alleyne Ireland.

Main Author: Ireland, Alleyne, 1871-1951.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Priv. print. for L. Maynard [by G. H. Ellis co.], 1902.
Subjects: China > Commerce.
China > Foreign relations.
Note: "One hundred and fifty copies are ... being printed for private sale, after which printing the plates will be destroyed."
"The chapters contained in this volume were originally written to form part of a larger work, which ... was to have contained chapters on China's relations with France, Germany, and Japan ... Owing to ill-health, Mr. Ireland was compelled to abandon this work ..."
Physical Description: x, 140 p. 25 cm.
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