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treaty ports of China and Japan

William Frederick Mayers

treaty ports of China and Japan

a complete guide to the open ports of those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao forming a guide book and vade mecum for travellers, merchants and residents in general, with 29 maps and plans

by William Frederick Mayers

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Published by Chinese Materials Center Inc. in San Francisco .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published by Trub ner in London and Shortrede in Hongkong in 1867.

Statementby Wm. Fred. Mayers, N. B. Dennys and Chas. King ; compiled and edited by N. B. Dennys.
ContributionsDennys, N. B., King, Charles.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13717178M

A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those Countries, Together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao. Forming a Guide Book & Vade Mecum for Travellers, Merchants, and Residents in General € bij In July , the third article of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce negotiated by Townsend Harris (–) in , opened the ports of Nagasaki, Kanagawa, and Hakodate to foreign trade, creating the first treaty ports in Japan. Unlike Hong Kong, for example, these treaties were eternal—there was no expiration date to any of the terms.

Suidi, like other ports, will develop its own rationale and place within the hierarchical network of treaty ports across China, which are linked into regional and then global networks of communications, trade and the circulation of people, goods and ideas. The city will be written up in surveys of the treaty ports of China. Webb, F. W. SCARCITY AND VALUE GUIDE FOR HONG KONG & THE TREATY PORTS OF CHINA & JAPAN. Published SB. Supplement to the original edition of the comprehensive work. Check for Availability | Price: $ Sale Price: $ Literature # ISBN # Webb, F. W. THE PHILATELIC AND POSTAL HISTORY OF HONG KONG & THE TREATY PORTS OF.

The treaty ports of China and Japan. A complete guide to the open ports of those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao. Forming a guide book & vade mecum for travellers, merchants, and residents in general. By Wm. Fred. Mayers, N.B. Dennys, . The treaty ports of China and Japan: a complete guide to the open ports of those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao: forming a guide book & vade mecum for travellers, merchants, and residents in general / by Wm. Fred Mayers, N. B. Dennys and Chas. King ; compiled and edited by N. B. Dennys Trubner and Co. ; A.


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Treaty ports of China and Japan by William Frederick Mayers Download PDF EPUB FB2

The treaty ports of China and Japan. A complete guide to the open ports of those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao. Forming a guide book & vade mecum for travellers, merchants, and residents in general by Dennys, N.

(Nicholas Belfield), ed; Mayers, William Frederick, ; King, Charles. Book Description This guide to China and Japan, edited by Nicholas Belfield Dennys (?) was one of the first directories of its type to be publicly available.

Typeset and engraved in China, it was published in Hong Kong and London inand provides comprehensive information on the key treaty : Paperback. The Treaty Ports of China and Japan: A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those Countries, Together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao.

Forming a Merchants, and Residents in General: King, Charles, Dennys, Nicholas Belfield, Mayers, William Frederick: : : Charles King, Nicholas Belfield Dennys, William Frederick Mayers. The Treaty Ports Of China And Japan, A Guide Book & Vade Mecum, By W.f. Mayers, N.b. Dennys And C. King, Ed.

By N.b. Dennys [Mayers, William Frederick, Nicholas Belfield Dennys] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Treaty Ports Of China And Japan, A Guide Book & Vade Mecum, By W.f. Mayers, N.b. Dennys And C. King. Bringing for the first time together scholars of China and Japan, museum curators, legal, economic and architectural historians, it studies the treaty ports not only as sites of cultural exchange, but also as sites of social contestation, accommodation and mobility, covering topics as varied as day to day life itself, such as family, property and law, health and welfare, travel, visual treaty ports of China and Japan book and memory.

The Treaty Ports of China and Japan. A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao forming a Guide Book & Vade Mecum for Travellers, Merchants, and Residents in General. With 29 Maps and Plans. Hardcover – January 1, Author: Wm.

Fred.; N.B. Dennys and Chas. King. CHINA - TREATY PORTS) Mayers. The Treaty Ports of China and Japan. A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao forming a Guide Book & Vade Mecum for Travellers, Merchants, and Residents in General.

With 29 Maps and Plans. As trade between the East and the West grew in the mid-nineteenth century, increasing numbers of Westerners travelled to China and Japan, and in this guide to the key port cities such as Hong.

The treaty ports of China and Japan, a guide book & vade mecum, by W.F. Mayers, N.B. Dennys and C. King, ed. by N.B. Dennys. The Treaty Ports of China and Japan: A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those Countries, Together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao. Forming a Guide Book & Vade Mecum for Travellers.

Page - The following cities, towns and ports, in addition to those already opened, shall be opened to the trade, residence, industries and manufactures of Japanese subjects under the same.

This book presents a wide range of new research on the Chinese treaty ports – the key strategic places on China’s coast where in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries various foreign powers controlled, through "unequal treaties", whole cities or parts of cities, outside the jurisdiction of the Chinese authorities.

Visualising the port. Who miniaturises China?: treaty port souvenirs from Ningbo / Yuanxie Shi and Laurell Kendall ; The arrival of the "modern" West in Yokohama: images of the Japanese experience, / Simon James Bytheway --Part V.

Treaty port legacies. Memories of times past: the legacy of Japan's treaty ports / J.E. Hoare. The Treaty Ports of China and Japan: A Complete Guide to the Open Ports of Those Countries, Together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao. Forming a Guide Book & Vade Mecum for Travellers, Merchants, and Residents in General - Ebook written by William Frederick Mayers, Charles King.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. The British established their first treaty ports in China at the conclusion of the First Opium War by the Treaty of Nanking in As well as ceding the island of Hong Kong to the United Kingdom in perpetuity, the treaty also established five treaty ports at Shanghai, Canton (Guangzhou), Ningpo (Ningbo), Foochow (Fuzhou), and Amoy (Xiamen).

Book Description. This book presents a wide range of new research on the Chinese treaty ports – the key strategic places on China’s coast where in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries various foreign powers controlled, through "unequal treaties", whole cities or parts of cities, outside the jurisdiction of the Chinese authorities.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. The treaty ports of China and Japan. A complete guide to the open Dennys, N. (Nicholas Belfield), View full. Treaty port, any of the ports that Asian countries, especially China and Japan, opened to foreign trade and residence beginning in the midth century because of pressure from powers such as Britain, France, Germany, the United States, and, in the case of China, Japan and Russia.

The book includes a historical overview by Nield, who is an expert on the subject: he previously wrote China’s Foreign Places: The Foreign Presence in China in the Treaty Port Era, It also has a foreword by Professor Robert Bickers, the leading historian on the treaty port era. This edited volume moves beyond the traditional examination of the treaty ports of China and Japan as places of cultural interaction.

It moves 'beyond the Bund', presenting instead the history of material culture, the everyday life of the residents of the treaty ports beyond the symbology of.

InJapan was politically feudal and economically backward. This made it an easy prey for powerful intruders like Britain, Russia, and the United States, which imposed upon it the same kind of legal and commercial disabilities as had been devised to serve their needs in China.

Japan was incorporated into the treaty port system. Not necessarily something to be read cover-to-cover (as the author himself admits), it is a useful reference guide (and is the first such guide since The Treaty Ports of China and Japan by Mayers, Dennys, and King was published in ).

Well-organized and clear, it begins with a timeline listing the various treaties in chronological order.Read "The treaty ports of China and Japan.

A complete guide to the open ports of those countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao. Forming a guide book & vade mecum for travellers, merchants, and residents in general" by Dennys, N. B. (Nicholas Belfield), ed,William Frederick Mayers,C.