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Parker, E. H. China and her commerce. From the earliest times to the present day. With 19 maps. London: Chapman & Hall,

1900. 8°. Parsons, William Barclay. An American engineer in China. New York: McClure, 1900. Illustrated. 12o. “William Barclay Parsons

spent several months investigating the commercial possibilities of the East. Not only did he secure information about fields for development by Americans, but he gained a wealth of information about Chinese finance, government, and manner of

life.Percival, William Spencer. The land of the dragon. My boating and shooting excursions to the gorges of the Upper Yangtze. With

map of the author's route. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1889. vii (i), 338 pp. Frontispiece. 8°. Perowne, J. T. Woolrych. Russian hosts and English guests in Central Asia. London: The Scientific Press, 1898. 6. xvi, 188 pp.

Map and illustrations. 8°. Note: The author in his preface states that he has in this book “purposely avoided any attempt to make a volume that should bring up to date our knowledge of the geographical, commercial, or political aspect of the countries” he visited. The journey is described as one of great comfort and enjoyment, and the illustrations are characteristic and numerous. The route followed was that of the Trans-Caucasus and Trans-Caspian railways from Batum to Samarcand,

with trips thence to Ferghana and to Tashkent. Pickering, W. A. Pioneering in Formosa. Recollections of adventures among Mandarins, wreckers, and head-hunting savages. With

an appendix on British policy and interests in China and the Far East. With 25 illustrations from photographs and sketches by the author. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1898. xvi, 283 pp. Plates.

Plates. 8°. Plauchut, E. China and the Chinese. Translated and edited by Mrs. Arthur Bell. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1899. 282 pp.

Illustrations. 8°. Poole, Stanley Lane-, Life of Sir Harry Parkes. London: Macmillan & Co., 1894. 2 vols. 8°. Pouvouryille, Albert de. La question d'Extrême-Orient. Paris: Pedone, 1900. 8o. Ransome, Stafford. Japan in transition; a comparative study of the progress, policy, and methods of the Japanese since their war with

China. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1899. (2), xv (1), 261 pp. Plates. Maps. Portrait. 8o. Reid, Arnot. From Peking to Petersburg. With frontispiece and map. London: E. Arnold, 1899. vi (2), 300 pp. 8o. Reinsch, Paul S. World politics at the end of the nineteenth century as influenced by the oriental situation. New York: The

Macmillan Company, 1900. xviii, 36 pp. 8°. Contents: National imperialism; The opening of China; The consequences of the opening of China in world politics; German imperial politics; some considerations on the position of the United States

as a factor in oriental politics. Richthofen, Ferdinand, Freiherr von. China. Ergebnisse eigener Reisen und darauf gegründeter Studien. Berlin: D. Reimer, 1877–

1883. 3 vols. Plates. Maps. 8°. Bd. 1. Einleitender Theil. Mit 29 eingedruckten Holzschnitten und 11 Karten. xliv,
758 pp. 8o. Bd. 2. Das nördliche China. Mit 126 Holzschnitten, einer farbigen Ansicht, 2 Karten, und 5 geologischen
Profilen. xxiv, 792 pp. 8o. 1882. Bd. 4. Paläontologischer Theil, enthaltend Abhandlungen von Wilh. Dames, Emanuel
Kayser, G. Lindström, A. Schenk und Conrad Schwager. Mit 15 Holzschnitten und 54 Tafeln. xvi, 288 pp. 86. Mit 54

B. Tafel Erklärungen. 1883. Band 3. was never published.
Rohrbach, Paul. Russische Kolonisation in Asien. Berlin: D. Reimer, 1900.

8o. (Deutsche Kolonial-Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen, 1900-01. Heft 3.) Ross, John. The Manchus, or the reigning dynasty of China; their rise and progress. Maps and illustrations. Paisley: J. and R.

Parlane. London: Houlston & Sons, 1880. xxxii, 751 pp. 8°. Schumacher, R. Kiautschou und die ostasiatische Frage. Erlebnisse aus China und der japanischen Gefechtsfront. Berlin: Fussinger,

1898. 144 pp. 8°. Schwabe, Die Verkehrsverhältnisse des chinesischen Reiches. Berlin: Sienenroth & Troschel, 1900. 8o. Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah. China. The long-lived empire. New York: The Century Co., 1900. xiii (3), 459 pp. Plates (photo

gravures). 12. Siebold, Alexander, Freiherr von. Der Eintritt Japans in das europäische Völkerrecht. Berlin: Kisak Tamai, 1900. iii, 49 pp. 8o. Skrine, Francis Henry, and Edward Denison Ross. The heart of Asia.

The heart of Asia. A history of Russian Turkestan and the central Asian Khanates. With 29 illustrations from sketches by Verestschagin, numerous photographs, and maps. London: Methuen & Co., 1899.

xi (1), 444 pp. 8°. Smith, Arthur H. Chinese characteristics. 2d edition, revised, with illustrations. New York: F. H. Revell Co. [1894]. 342 pp.

Plates. 8°.
Same. With illustrations. 6th edition. London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1900. 8o.
Same. Village life in China. A study in sociology. * * * New York: F. H. Revell Company [1899]. 360 pp. Plates. 8°.
Same. With 31 illustrations from photographs. New edition. London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1900. 8°. “It is a

great mistake to approach the Chinese in an insular and contemptuous frame of mind, and it is a relief to one who can not
altogether forego his belief in a future for China to take up such a book as that by Arthur H. Smith, and to trace in ‘Village
Life in China' the sympathetic touch of the writer of 'Chinese Characteristics,' the most brilliant book ever written on that

subject.” [Smith, D. Warres.] European settlements in the Far East. China, Japan, Korea, Indo-China, Straits Settlements, Malay States, Siam, Netherlands, India, Borneo, the Philippines, etc. With map and illustrations.

With map and illustrations. London: S. Low, 1900. xii, 331 pp. Plates (photogravures). Maps. 12o. “It is difficult to overestimate the value at the present moment of this excellent work, the Chinese section of which, in particular, deserves to be carefully studied by all who desire, at this critical period, an accurate knowledge of the strength and resources of the Celestial Empire. It contains a good map and a large number of interesting

illustrations." Smyth, George B., and others. The crisis in China. With maps and illustrations. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1900. v (1), 271

pp. Plates. Portrait. 12o. Reprinted by permission from the North American Review. Contents: Causes of antiforeign feeling in China, by George B. Smyth; The powers and the partition of China, by G. Reid; The struggle for reform in China, by C. Johnston; Political possibilities in China, by John Barrett; The gathering of the storm, by Robert E. Lewis; The Far Eastern crisis, by A. R. Colquhoun; The great Siberian railway, by M. Mikhailoff; China and the powers, by Lord Charles Beresford; Mutual helpfulness between China and the United States, by Wu Ting Fang; America's share in a partition of

China, by D. C. Boulger; America's interest in China, by J. H. Wilson; The American policy in China, by Sir C. W. Dilke. Speer, Robert E. Missions and politics in Asia. Studies of the spirit of the Eastern peoples, the present making of history in Asia, and

the part therein of Christian missions. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1898. 271 pp. 12o. (Students' lectures

on missions, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1898.)

Missions and politics in China: a record of cause and effect. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1900. 61 pp. 16o. Spielmann, C. Die Taiping-Revolution in China, 1850–1864. Ein Kapitel der menschlichen Tragikomödie. Nebst einem Ueberblick

über Geschichte und Entwickelung Chinas. Halle: Hermann Gesenius, 1900. iv, 163 pp. 8°. Stott, Grace. Twenty-six years of missionary work in China. With 8 illustrations. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1897. viii, 366 pp. 8°. Tcheng-ki-tong. The Chinese painted by themselves. Translated from the French by James Millington. London: Field & Tuer [1885].

(4), 203 pp. Portrait. 12o.

Tcheng-ki-tong and others. The Chinese empire, past and present. Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co. [1900]. 243 pp. Plates. Folded

map. 12o.

Thomson, John. Through China with a camera. With nearly 100 illustrations. Westminster: A. Constable & Co., 1898. xiv, 284 pp.

Plates (photogravures). 8°. Vladimir. Russia on the Pacific and the Siberian railway. With maps and illustrations. London: Sampson Low, etc., 1899. xii,

373 pp. 8o. Walton, Joseph. China and the present crisis. With notes on a visit to Japan and Korea. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co.,

1900. viii, 319 pp. Folded map. 12o. “Mr. Walton has only recently returned from an eight months' journey in the Far East. He had interviews with many of those who figure so prominently in the present crisis, and his work will be found as

interesting as it is opportune." Wellby, M. S. Through unknown Tibet. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898. xiv, 440 pp. Portraits, maps, and illustrations. 8°.

°. “This handsome volume gives a plain, straightforward narrative of the journey of Captain Wellby and Lieutenant Malcolm across Tibet and Northern China, an account of the geographical results of which was communicated to the Society, and will appear in the 'Journal.' This volume is well illustrated and has a series of maps of the route on the large scale of 16 miles to an

inch." Wildman, Rounsevelle. China's open door: a sketch of Chinese life and history. Boston: Lothrop Publishing Company, 1900. xvi,

318 pp. 12o. “Writing from the modern American point of view, Mr. Wildman could hardly fail to treat quite fully of the
commercial and economic problems of the Far East. His residence at Hongkong as the official representative of the United

States has afforded him many opportunities for accurate judgment on these subjects.”'
Williams, Samuel Wells. A history of China, being the historical chapters from "The Middle Kingdom

* * * with a concluding
chapter narrating recent events. New York: Charles Scribner's Son's, 1897. xiv, 474 pp. Plan. 8o.
The middle kingdom, a survey of the geography, government, literature, social life, arts, and history of the Chinese empire and

its inhabitants. Revised edition, with illustrations and a new map of the empire. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883.

2 vols. Plates. 8°. Wolseley, Sir Garnet Joseph. Narrative of the war in China in 1860, to which is added the account of a short residence with the Tai-Ping

rebels at Nankin and a voyage from thence to Hankow. London: Longman, Green, Longman & Roberts, 1862. xiv, 415 pp.

Portrait. 8o. Yorck von Wartenburg, Graf. Das Vordringen der russischen Macht in Asien. 2. Auflage. Berlin: E. S. Mittler, 1900.67 pp.

Map. L. 8°.
Younghusband, Francis. Among the Celestials. A narrative of travels in Manchuria, across the Gobi desert, through the Himalayas to

India. Abridged from “The heart of a continent.” London: John Murray, 1898. viii, 262 pp. Illustrations. Maps. 8°.
The heart of a continent; a narrative of travels in Manchuria, across the Gobi desert, through the Himalayas, the Pamirs, and

Chitral, 1884-1894. London: J. Murray, 1896. xvii (2), 409 pp. 17 plates. Portrait. Maps. 8o.

ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS.'

1896–97. The grand canal of China. W. R. Carles. Royal Asiatic Society, China Branch, Journal, vol. 31 (1896–97), 102–115. "This

is the complete paper contributed by Mr. Carles to the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society in 1895, which had been

lost and an imperfect summary published in its place.” 1897. Convoitises japonaises et colonies européennes. Paul Thirion. Correspondant (1897), 256–282. 1897. Haïnan. La colonisation chinoise; l'île au point de vue économique et diplomatique. (With map.) Claudius Madrolle. Ques

tions diplomatiques et coloniales, vol. 1 (1897), 516-522. “Notes on a visit to Hai-nan in 1896, with a linguistic map of the

island." 1897. Le développement économique du Japon depuis la guerre contre la Chine. J. Franconie. (Extrait des Annales de l'École libre

des sciences politiques.) Société de géographie commerciale, Havre, Bulletin, vol. 14 (1897), 109–117, 131-138, 214–223. 1897. Les grandes voies commerciales de l'Asie centrale. Ch. E. Bonin. Société de géographie commerciale, Paris, Bulletin, vol. 19

(1897), 801-806. “On routes in Tibet and Mongolia." 1898. History of the English factory at Hirado (1613–1622), with an introductory chapter on the origin of English enterprise in the Far

East. Dr. Ludwig Riess. Asiatic Society of Japan, Transactions, vol. 26 (1898), 1-114, 163–218. 1898. Die gegenwärtige Lage in China. Begleitworte zu einer Kartenskizze von Dr. Tiessen. (With map.) Deutsche Kolonialzeitung,

vol. 15 (1898), 268–272. “The map shows railways completed, in construction, and projected, and also the ‘spheres of inter

est’ of the various European powers.' 1898. Kiautschou. Kolonial-Jahrbuch, vol. 11 (1898), 33-90, 148–155. "A history of the acquisition of Kiauchou, and an estimate of

its value to Germany." 1898. The Yangtse basin and the British sphere. Archibald Little. Society of Arts Jour., vol. 47 (1898), 77–84. 1898. Die Aufstände in China. Oesterreichische Monats. für den Orient, vol. 4 (1898), 99–104, 113–119. 1898. Questions chinoises: Kouang-Tcheou, Sancian, Hai-Nan. (With maps.)

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(1898), 413-419, 457–563. 1898. Le premier partage de la Chine. (With sketch-map.) A. Montell. Revue française, vol. 23 (1898), 221–225, 277–283. “On

the spheres of European influence in China. 1898. La province du Chantoung. (With map.) A. A. Fauvel. Revue française, vol. 23 (1898), 263–276. 1898. The Chinese question; how it may effect our imperial interests. (With map.) Archibald Colquhoun. Royal United Service

Journal, vol. 42 (1898), 406–437. 1898. La part de la France en Chine. Société de géographie de Marseille, Bulletin, vol. 22 (1898), 169. 1898. Les voyages et les résultats de la mission lyonnaise d'exploration commercial en Chine. (With map.) Henri Brenier. Société

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On the political geography of the East and its possible changes."

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the Chinese Empire.'1898. France and England in the Far East. F. D. Pressensé. Nineteenth Century, vol. 43 (Apr., 1898), 531. 1898. England and Russia in China. Spectator, vol. 80 (Apr. 30, 1898), 612. 1898. The failure of our foreign policy. (China.) Contemp. Rev., vol.-73 (Apr., 1898), 457. 1898. What will Mr. Balfour say? (“Open-door question.”) Outlook (Eng.), vol. 1 (Apr. 2, 1898), 272. 1898. Crisis in China. Eclectic Mag., vol. 130 (Apr., 1898), 524. 1898. Breakdown of our Chinese policy. Diplomaticus. Fortnightly Rev., vol. 69 (May, 1898), 844. 1898. Independence and integrity of China. Rev. of Reviews, vol. 17 (May, 1898), 530. 1898. British interests in the Far East. Blackwood's Mag., vol. 163 (May, 1898), 718. 1898. The trade and shipping of the Yangtse-kiang in 1897. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 24 (May, 1898), 525. 1898. British interests as stated by Mr. Balfour. National Rev., vol. 31 (May, 1898), 340.

. 1898. Our expert” statesmen. (England and Russia in China.) Contemp. Rev., vol. 73 (May, 1898), 628. 1898. Dans le Tian Chan Russe. Au tour de l'Issyk-Koul. With illustrations. G. Saint-Yves. Annales de Géographie, vol. 8 (May

15, 1898), 201-215. 1898. Russian and England in China. Saturday Rev., vol. 85 (May 7, 1898), 610. 1898. The commercial importance of the Yang-tze. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 24 (June, 1898), 651. 1898. Russia and Mr. Chamberlain's long spoon (China). W. T. Stead. Contemp. Rev., vol. 73 (June, 1898), 761. 1898. Our policy in the Far East. W. Des Voeux. Contemp. Rev., vol. 73 (June, 1898), 795. 1898. Splendid isolation, or what? (China and Japan.) H. M. Stanley. Nineteenth century, vol. 43 (June, 1898), 869. Littell's

Living Age, vol. 218 (July 9, 1898), 67. Eclectic Mag., vol. 13i (Aug., 1898), 234. 1898. Problem in the Far East. Eclectic Mag., vol. 130 (June, 1898), 744. 1898. Mr. Chamberlain's syllogism. (Russia in China.) Spectator, vol. 80 (June 18, 1898), 848. 1898. American competition with British trade in Japan. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (July, 1898), 43. 1898. The commercial importance of the Si-Kiang (West River). With map. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (July, 1898), 31. 1898. New Chinese treaty ports. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (July, 1898), 40. 1898. The railway connection of India and China. A. R. Colquhoun. Imp. and Asiatic Quar. Rev., 3d series, vol. 6 (July, 1898), 35. 1898. The Yang-tsze valley and British commerce. A. Barton.

A. Barton. Imp. and Asiatic Quar. Rev., 3d series, vol. 6 (July, 1898), 62. 1898. New China. Tau Sien Ko. Imp. and Asiatic Quar. Rev., 3d series, vol. 6 (July, 1898), 69. 1898. England's foreign policy in China. Edinburgh Rev., vol. 188 (July, 1898), 252. 1898. The Crown colonies in Asia in 1898. G. D. Badenoch. Imp. and Asiatic Quar. Rev., 3d series, vol. 6 (July, 1898), 91. 1898. England's future policy in China. A. Michie. National Rev., vol. 31 (July, 1898), 654. 1898. England and Russia. (China.) Independent, vol. 50 (Aug. 11, 1898), 427. 1898. Wei-Hai-Wei, our latest leasehold possession. (Being recollections of Wei-Hai-Wei, with suggestions for a definite policy in the

Far East.) R. S. Yorke. Fortnightly Rev., vol. 70 (July, 1898), 36. 1898. Lord Salisbury and China. Saturday Rev., vol. 86 (July 16, 1898), 70. 1898. French aspirations in the Upper Yangtse. Spectator, vol. 81 (Aug. 13, 1898), 210. 1898. England and Russia. Outlook, vol. 59 (Aug. 13, 1898), 901. 1898. England's future empire in the Far East. Contemp. Rev., vol. 74 (Aug., 1898), 153. 1898. The cotton industry of the Far East. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (Sept., 1898), 290. 1898. The trade of British, French, and German possessions in West Africa. With map. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (Sept.,

1898), 264. 1898. England and Russia. C. F. Hamilton. Canadian Mag., vol. 11 (Sept., 1898), 444.

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1898. British record in China. A. Krausse. Fortnightly Rev., vol. 70 (Sept., 1898), 347.
1898. Great Britain and Russia in China. Harper's Weekly, vol. 24 (Sept. 17, 1898), 906.
1898. England and Russia in China. National Rev., vol. 32 (Sept., 1898), 12.
1898. The trade of East Africa. With map. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (Oct., 1898), 390.
1898. England's destiny in China. F. E. Younghusband. Contemp. Rev., vol. 74 (Oct., 1898), 457.
1898. British record in China. A. Krausse. Eclectic Mag., vol. 131 (Oct., 1898), 486.
1898. England and Russia in the Far East. G. Drage. Forum, vol. 26 (Oct., 1898), 129.
1898. China, England, and Russia. Imp. and Asiatic Quar. Rev., 3d series, vol. 6 (Oct., 1898), 300.
1898. Coming struggle in the Pacific. B. Taylor. Nineteenth Century, vol. 44 (Oct., 1898), 656.
1898. United States policy in China. M. B. Dunnell. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Oct., 1898), 393.
1898. The United States and the Far East. M. W. Hazeltinė, Mark B. Dunnell. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Oct., 1898), 385.
1898. Customs tariff of Japan. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (Nov., 1898), 546.
1898. Trade regulations of the Yang-Tsze Kiang. Board of Trade Jour., vol. 25 (Nov., 1898), 534.
1898. The resources and means of communication of China. G. G. Chisholm. Geogr. Jour., vol. 12 (Nov., 1898), 500-519.
1898. Crisis in the Far East. A. R. Colquehoun. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Nov., 1898), 513.
1898. Coming struggle in the Pacific. B. Taylor. Eclectic Mag., vol. 131 (Nov., 1898), 662.
1898. England's destiny in China. F. E. Younghusband. Eclectic Mag., vol. 131 (Nov., 1898), 708.
1898. The Chinesl, and recent industrial progress in the Far East. J. S. Fearon and E. P. Allen. Engineering Magazine, vol. 16

(Nov., 1898), 165. 1898. British trade and the integrity of China. Holt S. Hallett. Fortnightly Rev. n. S., vol. 63 (1898), 664-679. 1898. Eastward expansion of the United States. A. R. Colquhoun. Harper's Monthly, vol. 97 (Nov., 1898), 932. 1898. Le problème chinois: Pékin-la classe des lettrés. Pierre Leroy-Beaulieu. Revue des Deux Mondes, vol. 150 (Nov. 15, 1898), 314. 1898. Chinese railway development, past, present, and future. Charles Denby and E. P. Allen. Engineering Magazine, vol. 16 (Dec.,

1898), 339. 1898. Coming fusion of East and West. E. F. Fenollosa. Harper's Monthly, vol. 98 (Dec., 1898), 115. 1898. Shall the open door be closed? G. Reid. National Rev., vol. 32 (Dec., 1898), 491.. 1899. The commercial development of Japan. 0. P. Austin. National Geogr. Mag., vol. 10 (1899), 329-337. 1899.

A journey through the khanate of Bokhara. (Russian Central Asia.) Mrs. Rickmer Rickmers. Liverpool Geographical

Society, Transactions (1899), 37-43. 1899. The Yangtze valley and the British sphere. Archibald J. Little. Liverpool Geographical Society, Transactions (1899), 15-20. 1899. Les télégraphes et les postes en Chine. With map. A. A. Fauvel. Questions Diplomatiques et Coloniales, vol. 6 (1899), 83-87. 1899. La Chine économique, d'après les travaux de la mission lyonnaise, 1895–1897. With map. M. L. Raveneau. Annales de

géographie, vol. 8' (1899), 62–73. “A summary of the great report of the commercial mission of the Lyons Chamber of

Commerce." 1899. Eine Rekognoszierungsreise in der Provinz Schan-Tung. With map. A. Gaedertz. Petermann's Mittheil., vol. 45 (1899), 49–

56, 82-91, 106-113. 1899. The prospect in Chinese trade and the present opportunity. G. F. Scott Elliot. Proceedings of the Philosophical Society of

Glasgow, 1899, p. 20. 1899. La Chine entr'ouverte; sa perfectibilité. Paul Barré. Revue de géographie, vol. 45 (1899), 347, 418.

Les chemins de fer en Chine. With map. Jean de Marcillac. Questions Diplomatiques et Coloniales, vol. 7 (June 15, July 15,

1899), 265, 321. 1899. Les chemins de fer en Chine. (With map.) J. Servigny. Revue Française, vol. 24 (1899), 157–164. 1899. Notice géographique, ethnographique et commerciale sur le haut Fleuve Rouge (de Yuan-kiang à Man-hao). (With map.)

Société de Géographique Commerciale, Paris. Bulletin, vol. 21 (1899), 80–97. 1899. La province du Tché-Kiang (Chine). A. A. Fauvel. Questions Diplomatiques et Coloniales, vol. 8 (September 1, 1899), 22. 1899. The administrative history of the British dependencies in the farther East. H. M. Stephens. Amer. Historical Rev., vol. 4 (Jan.,

1899), 246. 1899. Anglo-America and China. G. Sharp. Anglo-American Mag., vol. 1 (Jan., 1899), 90. 1899. American interests in the Far East. J. Foord. Anglo-American Mag., vol. 1 (Jan., 1899), 1. 1899. Russia and England in China. P. S. Reinsch.

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