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British interests in China April, 1897 : extract from a letter from T. H. Whitehead to a friend in England. by Thomas Henderson Whitehead

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Published by Printed by Noronha & Co. in Hongkong .
Written in English


  • Great Britain -- Commerce -- China.,
  • China -- Commerce -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

Series[Ames Library pamphlet collection -- 42:8]
LC ClassificationsDS740.5.G5 W5
The Physical Object
Pagination29p. ;
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18458234M
LC Control Number07003391

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