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Yu le Grand et Confucius,
Histoire Chinoise: Soissons Ponce Courtois, Imprimeur du Roi, 1769
First edition 4to, four parts, each with half title, pp.xviii, 701, [9, table, approbation, privilege and errata], 8 large folding tables. A very good copy bound in contemporary "cats paw" calf, spine gilt in compartments. A little rubbing to extremities.
Cordier BS 1, 604; Lust 1275; Lowendahl 549
Collection of Chinese and other Far Eastern Art
assembled by Yamanaka & Company Inc. now in process of liquidation under the supervision of the Alien Property Custodian of the United States of America. [Bound with] The Arts of the T'ang Dynasty. A loan exhibition organized by the Los Angeles County Museum from Collections in America, the Orient, and Europe, 1957. [and] Mostra d'Arte Cinese- Exhibition of Chinese Art. Settimo centenario di Marco Polo. New York Yamanaka 1943-1957-1954
First edition, three books bound in one, colour frontis, pp.; 133; xxxviii, 273. All three profusely illustrated. A very good set bound in buckram, additional photos laid in. The Yamanaka catalogue lacks original wrappers.
Correspondence respecting the Affairs of China.
China. No.1 (1899). Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. London His Majesty's Stationery Office 1899
First edition, pp.xxiii, 357. [C.-9131] A very good copy bound in later buckram. Lightly frayed original wrappers bound in. Some pencil annotation.
Correspondence respecting the Disturbances in China.
China. No.1 (1901). [In continuation of "China No.3 (1900). Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty. London His Majesty's Stationery Office 1901
First edition, pp.xxiv, 200. [Cd.436] A good used copy bound in later buckram. Original wrappers bound in. A couple of marginal tears.
John Francis Davis' translations of Chinese literature
translated from the originals; to which are added proverbs and moral maxims, collected from their classical books and other sources. The whole prefaced by observations on the language and literature of China. London: John Murray 1822
First edition pp.[vi], 250. A handsome copy bound in contemporary quarter morocco, but head of spine rubbed, and with small split.
Davis on China
Sketches of China;
partly during an inland journey of four months, between Peking, Nanking, and Canton; with notices and observations relative to the present war. London: Charles Knight & Co., 1841
First edition Two volumes, pp.xii, 316; viii, 322, folding map. A very good set in original cloth. Spines a little faded. Armorial bookplate. One gathering in second volume a little loose.
The Fortunate Union, a Romance,
translated from the Chinese original, with notes and illustrations. To which is added, a Chinese tragedy. London: Oriental Translation Fund 1829
First edition Two volumes, pp.xxiv,258, frontis, errata leaf; vi, 262, map,errata leaf. A very good set bound in twentieth century half calf, minor spotting to prelims. Almost imperceptable library blind stamp on title of first volume.
Cordier 1756; Morrison I, 220; Lust 1098; not in Lowendahl
Das Westzimmer. Hsi-hsiang chi.
The Romance of the Western Chamber. Chinese colour woodcuts by Min Ch'i-chi, 1640. Cologne Museen der Stadt Koln 1977
First edition, large folio, pp.87, 21 colour plates. Text in English and German. Monographien des Museums fur Ostasiatische Kunst, Band 1. A very good copy as issued in Chinese style cloth portfolio.
Some thoughts on the proper term, to be employed to translate Elohim and Theos, into Chinese:
By an American Missionary in China. Shanghai Printed at the Mission Press 1850
pp.28. A very good copy. Original wrappers rather dusty.
See Wylie, Memorials of Protestant Missionaries to the Chinese, p.97-8
Chinese-English Dictionary of the Vernacular or Spoken Language of Amoy, with the principal variations of the Chang-Chew and Chin-Chew Dialects.
New edition with corrections by the author 4to, pp.xix, 612. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf, boards. Spine edges rather rubbed, leather corners scuffed.
The History of Chinese Geographical Discovery.
Part One: From the Earliest Times to the End of the Han Dynasty. Part Two: From the Six Dynasties to the Present Time. Part Three: Notes. 1962
Three volumes, folio typescript, pp.(114), (119), 45 maps, 16 folding. Bound by Sam Ying Company of Hong Kong. A very good set.
The Diary of His Excellency Ching-Shan
being a Chinese account of the Boxer troubles. Published and translated by ... Leiden E.J. Brill 1924
First edition, pp.viii, 85, [48, Chinese text]. An extract from Acta Orientalia. A very good disbound copy with annotations in both pencil and ink, presumably by Giles. Front wrapper present but detached. Rear wrapper lacking. Presentation inscription from the author to the Sinologist and fellow translator, H.A. Giles. A postcard from Duyvendak to Giles thanking him for his comments and referring to page 43 which Giles has annotated extensively is included.
Journal of the Proceedings of the Late Embassy to China;
Comprising a Correct Narrative of the Public Transactions of the Embassy, of the Voyage to and from China, and of the Journey from the Mouth of the Pei-Ho to the Return to Canton. London John Murray 1818
Second edition Two volumes, pp.xii, 442, portrait frontis (Lord Amherst), folding map; viii, 359, folding map. A handsome set bound in full contemporary panelled calf, ornately tooled in gilt. Spines neatly repaired.