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Margary affair and the Chefoo agreement.

SheМ‚n-tsu Wang

Margary affair and the Chefoo agreement.

by SheМ‚n-tsu Wang

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Published by Oxford University Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Margary, Augustus Raymond, -- 1846-1875.,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- China.,
  • China -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.,
  • Yunnan Sheng (China)

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 138 p.
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16833032M

    The Chefoo Convention (煙臺條約) was an unequal treaty between the Qing and British Empires, which was signed by Sir Thomas Wade and Li Hongzhang in Chefoo on 21 August The official reason for the treaty was to resolve the Margary Affair, but. The Margary Affair was a crisis in Sino-British relations, which followed the murder of British official Augustus Raymond Margary in As part of efforts to explore overland trade routes between British India and China's provinces, junior British diplomat Augustus Raymond Margary was sent from Shanghai through southwest China to Bhamo in Upper Burma, where he was supposed to meet Colonel.

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    (26 May – 21 February ) was a British diplomat and explorer. The murder of Margary and his entire staff, while surveying overland Asian trade routes, sparked the Margary Affair which led to the Chefoo Convention. Contents 1 Education and. American diplomatic and public papers, the United States and China: Series 2, the United States, China, and imperial rivalries, , Volume 1.


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The Margary affair and the Chefoo agreement [Shpen-tsu Wang] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Shpen-tsu Wang. Margary affair and the Chefoo agreement. London, New York [etc.] Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Augustus Raymond Margary; Augustus Raymond Margary: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shên-tsu Wang.

Margary, Augustus Raymond, and Rutherford Alcock. The Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary, from Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to Manwyne: From His Journals and Letters, with a Brief Biographical Preface.

London: Macmillan and co., Wang, Shên-tsu. The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement. London, New York: Oxford University Press, The Margary affair and the Chefoo agreement by Shên-tsu Wang,Oxford University Press edition, in EnglishCited by: 7.

Instructions to Margary and Browne 4. Selection of the Route. THE STORY OF THE WESTERN YUNNAN EXPEDITION I. Margary's Journey to Bhamo 2. The Expedition Started. The Attack on the Expedition V. THE QUESTION OF RESPONSIBILITY I. Act of Savages. Act of Frontier Chinese Officials.

The Burmese Government. The Chinese Government. The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement. By S. Wang. ix, Oxford University Press, 7s. - Volume 10 Issue 3 - C.

Correspondence respecting the attack on the Indian expedition to western China, and the murder of Mr. Margary / presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, [ Book: ] At National Museum Aust The Margary affair and the Chefoo agreement / by S. Wang. Buy The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement.

With two maps by Shên Tsu Wang (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Shên Tsu Wang. Chefoo Convention: | The |Chefoo Convention| (|simplified Chinese|: |烟台条约|; |traditional Chinese|: |煙臺條約|; |pi World Heritage Encyclopedia, the.

The Margary Affair (Chinese: 马嘉理事件; pinyin: Mǎjiālǐ Shìjiàn or 滇案; Diān àn) was a crisis in Sino-British relations, which followed the murder of British official Augustus Raymond Margary in As part of efforts to explore overland trade routes between British India and China's provinces, junior British diplomat Augustus.

Augustus Raymond Margary (26 May – 21 February ) was a British diplomat and explorer. The murder of Margary and his entire staff, while surveying overland Asian trade routes, sparked the Margary Affair which led to the Chefoo Convention.

Report on the proceedings of the Hongkong commission which sat in pursuance of the Chefoo Agreement of and the additional article to that agreement of / by James Russell Government Printer Hong Kong Australian/Harvard Citation.

The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement. London, New York: Oxford University Press, The Chefoo Convention, known in Chinese as the Yantai Treaty, was an "unequal treaty" between the Qing and British Empires, signed by Sir Thomas Wade and Li Hongzhang in Zhifu (now a district of Yantai) on 21 August The official reason for the treaty was to resolve the "Margary Affair," but the final treaty included a number of items that had no direct relation to the killing of Margary Literal meaning: Yantai Treaty.

Consulate (Chefoo, China). n.d., Despatches from U.S. consuls in Chefoo, China [electronic resource], Wikipedia Citation. Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

The Chefoo Convention (煙臺條約) was a treaty between the Qing and British Empires, which was signed by Sir Thomas Wade and Li Hongzhang in Chefoo on 21 August The official reason for the treaty was to resolve the "Margary Affair," but the final treaty included a number of items that had no direct relation to the killing of Margary the year earlier.

The convention consisted of sixteen articles and was divided into three sections. The first section dealt with the resolution of the Margary Affair, calling for the punishment of the people implicated in the murder of Augustus Raymond Margary the year before and stipulating that an indemnity be paid to Margary's relatives.

The second section dealt with official intercourse between the two empires and. The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement by S. Wang The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement by S. Wang (pp. ) Review by: Knight Biggerstaff.

Margary, Augustus Raymond, kaj Rutherford Alcock. The Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary, from Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to Manwyne: From His Journals and Letters, with a Brief Biographical Preface. Londono: Macmillan kaj Co., Wang, Shên-tsu. The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement.

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Business Cycles in the United States, –. Second edition of this account of British diplomat and explorer Augustus Raymond Margary's journey to explore overland trade routes between British India and China. The first edition was also published inthat is, the year following the murder of Margary and his entire staff, which sparked the Margary Affair, leading to the Chefoo Convention.The Chefoo Convention was ratified immediately by the Qing government, but was not ratified by Britain until July See also.

Unequal Treaties; References. Wang, Shên-tsu. The Margary Affair and the Chefoo Agreement. London, New York: Oxford University Press, Chin. /ju fooh /, n. Older Spelling. Zhifu. * * *.