Western Books on China up to 1850 Online

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The Embassy of the Lord van Hoorn to Kang Hi, Emperor of China and eastern Tartary:the embassy of 1664.

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An account of the empire of China

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Historical observations on Grand Tartary:extracted from the Memoirs of the P. Gerbillon.

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Remarks on the language of the Mantcheoux Tartars

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The travels of five French Jesuits from Ning pi fû to Pe-king, in 1687

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Reflections upon the idolatry of the Jesuits, and other affairs to religion in China

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The first attempts of the Dutch to trade in China, and Settlement at Tay wan

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An account of the empire of China ...

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Travels into western Tartary, by order of the emperor of China, or in his retinue, between the years 1688, and 1698

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A description of Tibet, or Tibbet

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A journey into eastern Tartary in 1682

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A description of Tartary, subject to China

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The travels of John de Plano Carpini, and other friars, into Tartary in the year 1246

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The travels of Friar William de Rubruquis, into the eastern parts of the world, in the year 1253

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Two letters taken out of ... his Treatise, called Conquista de las Islas Malucas

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Travels into Tibet in 1714

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An account of the commencement, and present state of the Capuchin mission in Tibet, and two other neighbouring kingdoms in the year 1741

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The history of Ayton, or Anthonie the Armenian, of Asia, and specially touching the Tartar

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Travels and memorials of Sir John Mandeville

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The journey of Joachim Bouvet, Jesuit, from Pe-king to Kanton when sent by the emperor Kang-hi into Europe, in 1693

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The journey of Jean de Fontaney, from Pe-king to Kyang-chew, in the province of Shan si; and thence to Nan King, in 1688

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The journey of Anthony Gaubil, Jesuit, from Kanton to Pe-king, in 1722

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A voyage round the world, ...:containing the most remarkable things in Turky, Persia, India, China, the Philippine-Islands and New-Spain.

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The travels of Benedict Goëz, a Portugeze Jesuit, from Lahore in the Mogols empire, to China, in 1602

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Travels from China to Europe, in 1661

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The travel of Laurence Lange, the Russian envoy, in China, in 1717

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A description of China:containing the geography, with the civil and natural history.

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The legation of Charles Ambrose Mezzabarba, titular Patriach of Alexandria, from the Pope to the Emperor Kang-hi, in 1720

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The travels of Navarette through China, in 1658

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The travels of Marco Polo, or Mark Paul, the Venetian, into Tartary, in 1272

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The voyages and travels of Mr. John Albert de Mandelslo, (A Gentleman belonging to the former Embassy), into the East Indies, in the years 1638, 1639, and 1640

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The Journal of William de Rubruquish a French-man, of the Minorite Friers, into Tartary and China ... 1253

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Voyage as a Moscovite envoy into China:Embassy of 1656.

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Extracts of Alhacen his Arabike historie of Tamerlan touching his Martiall Travels

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The relation of Galeotto Perera, a Gentleman men [sic] of good credit, that lay prisoner in China

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The first book of Marcus Paulus Venetus, or of Master Marco Polo, a Gentleman of Venice, his voyages

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A letter ... to Father Luys de Guzman ... written in Paquin ... 1602

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Observations of China, Tartaria, and other easterne parts of the world:taken out of Fernam Mendez Pinto his Peregrination.

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The iournall of Friar William de Rubruquis, a French man, of the order of the Minorite Friars, vnto the East parts of the World, Anno. Dom. 1253

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Travels of Doctor John Francis Gemelli Careri in China, in 1695

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The travels of Everard Isbrand Ides, the Russian ambassador, in China, in 1693

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The expedition of the Dutch for recovering Formosa, in conjunction with the Tartars

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A narrative of the Dutch embassy in 1655:with the arts used by the Jesuits to defeat it.

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The Embassy of John van Campen and Constantine Noble to Sing la Mong, Vice Roy of Fo-kyen:the embassy of 1662.

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The memoirs and observations, topographical, natural, civil and ecclesiastical: ...

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The Embassy of Peter de Goyer and Jacob de Keyzer from the Dutch East India Company to the Emperor of China, in 1655 ...

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