Anglo-Chinese Calendar 1849

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ANGLO-CHINESE CALENDAR

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD

1849,

CORRESPONDING TO THE YEAR FOR THE CHINESE CYcle æra

4486,

OR THE 46TH YEAR OF THE 75TH CYCLE OF SIXTY;

BEING THE 29TH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF

TAUKWA ́NG.

CANTON.

PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE CHINESE REPOSITORY,

No. 16 Danish Hong

1849.

77.

 

THE CHINESE CYCLE OF SIXTY YEARS,・・

Commences with the 61st year of the Emperor Hwangtí,

1804

1805

2637 years B. C.

甲戌 甲戌甲申

1814

1815

甲午

甲辰

甲寅

1844

1834

乙乙

1835

1836

甲子

1824

乙丑

乙亥

乙亥乙

1825

丙寅

丙子

丙子 丙戌

丙申

1806

1816

1826

丁卯丁丑

丁丑丁亥

丁酉

1807

1817

1827

戊戌

己巳 已

己丑

1819

庚午

戊辰|戊寅

戊寅戊子

1808 1818 1828

1809

1810

辛未

1811

壬申

1812

癸酉

1813

1829

庚辰庚寅

庚辰

1890

1830

辛巳

辛巳 辛

1821

1831

壬午壬辰

壬午

1822

1832

癸未癸巳

癸未

1823

1833

1837

1838

己亥

1839

庚子

1540.

辛丑

1841

1845

丙午

1846

丁未

1847

戊申

1848

己酉

1349

庚戌

1850

辛亥

1851

壬子

1854

乙外

1855

丙辰

1956

丁已

1857

戊午

1858

已未

1959

庚申

1960

辛曲

1861.

壬戌

壬寅

1842

1852

1862

1843

1863

1863

     The Chinese year is luni-solar, comprising twelve lunar months, to which intercalary month is added, when requisite to préserve correspondence with the solar year. When, during a lunar month, the sun does not enter any sign of the Zodiac, that month is inter- calary, and the year contains thirteen months, as is the case with the present year; the fifth month having an intercalation.

JANUARY, 31 Days.

Chinese XXVIII-XXIXth Year, XIIth and Ist Moons.

    The weather, during this month, is dry, cold, and bracing-differing but little, if at all, from that of November and December. The wind blows ge nerally from the north, occasionally inclining to the NE. or NW. A change to the south-which may be expected at intervals of 10 or 15 days, during the winter-causes considerable variation in the temperature of the atmos- phere.

Days of Days of

month

moon.

1 m

7

2 t 8

3 w

9

4 t

10

5 f

11

6 s

12

7 S

13

8 m

14

9 t

15

10 w

16

11 t

17

12 f

18

13 8

19

14 S

15 m

21

16 t

17 w

18 t

24

19 f

25

20's

21 S

27

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Trade at Canton reöpened, 1839.

Captain Gribble seized and brought to Canton, 1840. Lin Tsihsü imperial commissioner, 1839.

Epiphany.

First Sunday after Epiphany. Forts at Chuenpi

taken, with great slaughter, 1841.

Gunner of the Lady Hughes strangled, 1785.

British forces visit Funghwá, 1842. Flipú arrived

în Canton, 1843.

26

22 m 28

Second Sunday after Epiphany.

S Tsié-tsau, (thanking the furnace) a festival.

C. Marjoribanks, pres. E. I. Co. left China, 1832.

Elliot and Kishen's treaty, ceding Hongkong, 1841. Third Sunday after Epiphany.

1 CHINESE New Year.

( Hongkong taken possession of, 1841. St. Paul's

church at Macao burnt, 1835.

{Hongkong

23 t

29

24 w

25 t

2

26 f

3

27 s

28 S

5

Fourth Sunday after Epiphany.

29 m

6

30 t

31 w

4 Interview between Kishen and Elliot,

1841.

Lord Saltoun leaves China with $3,000,000 of

ransom money.

JANUARY.

Barom. Mean, 30.22; max. 30.50; min. 30.00.

Thermom. Mean at noon, 64, night, 50; max. 74, min. 29. Rain. Mean fall, 6 inches; rainy days, average 34.

Days of month

Parsee

5 month Ummerdad

I m

7

2 t

3 w

9

4 t

10

5 f

11

6 8

12

7 S

13

8 m

14

9 t

15

10 w

16

Il t

17

12 f.

18

3131.

MEMORANDA.

Vinted Honam temple with the Burgogne

Walkid round city

Ales.

Mr. Pohlman drowned near Breakers Pt- Walk'd round with with. Mr. Broderson & Me.-

Gove = 3 #4√ to the Governor

-60 persons at P. Worship in Lien ting ki Finished

Mr. Was most to $7015

106 pp.

at

•Ston.

2 Ponds. Johnson Belle Mashall and I beton.

13 s

14 S

15 m

16 t

17 w

18 t

19 f

20 8

21 S

22 m

123

2223

1

24 w

25 t

19

20

21

α = 2 2 & 3 2 42

22

23

24

25

26

mored to Shing For Hong in Hormoni -

27 Sick with fever, headache & cold.

28

29

30

6 month!

1

26 f

2

127 s

28 S

3

4

Sick in bed virited by Mossy Macy hold north wind&grain.

Health returning. Bridgryan called.- - Finished reading" Night of Weeping 100 ff. 12mo,

!

29 m

30 t

31 w

9

FEBRUARY, 28 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, Ist and Ild Moons.

During the month the thermometer continues low; but the dry bracing cold of the three preceding months is changed for a damp and chilly atmos- phere; the number of fine fair days is much diminished, and cloudy and foggy ones are more frequent in February and March then in any other months. The fog is sometimes so dense as to render objects invisible at a few yards' distance.

Day of Day of month.

1 t

2 f

3

moon:

11

4

12

5

13

6 t

14

7 w

15

8 t

16

9 f

17

10 s

18

II S

19

12 m

20

13 t

21

14 w

22

15 t

23

16 f

24

17 s

25

18 S.

26

19 m

27

20 t

23

21 W.

29

122 t

30

123 f

24

2

3

En."

26 m

27 t

28

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

S Inhabitants of Hongkong declared to be British

subjects, 1841.

The Hyacinth enters the Harbor of Macao, 1840.

Septuagesima.

Rebellion broke out at Lienchau, 1832

Capt. Halcon, Span. envoy, arrived in Macao, 1840. Sai tang, feast of lanterns.

Snow fell in Canton, 1835. Shunchí died 1661.

Kienlung died; 1795. Sexagesima.

(Empress of China died, 1840. Elliot's second in-

terview with Kishen, 1841.

Ports of Hongkong and Tinghái declared free, 1841.

{

Boat of the Nemesis fired on at Wangtong, 1841.

Quinquagesima.

( Med. Missionary Society organized, Canton, 1838.

Ash Wednesday.

SECOND MOON. Hostilities with the English re-

sumed, 1841.

Chusan.evacuated by the British forces, 1841. First Sunday in Lent.

A Chinese executed before the factories, Canton,

1839. Bogue forts captured, 1841.

Barom.

FEBRUARY.

Mean, 30.13; max. 30.50; min. 29.69.

Thermom. Mean at noon 57, night, 49; max. 78, min. 83.

Mean fall, 1.7 inches; rainy days, average 7.

Rain.

Days of month

Parvee 6 month Surrayver

MEMORANDA.

ven

Mr. Reyn J. G. Birdman

1 t

8 + M.

2 f

9

3 s

10

4 S

11

5 m

6 t

12

13

7 w 14

8 t

15

9 f

called, but I alre

m. Speer called while d.

      I gone to Fi Ta with teac Farewell Chinese dinner with Bro. Roberts bulled & took tea at M. Cebeland's- Mr. & Mrs. Wow, Bre. French & Lyroar called at Shingly &

Old Landlord called +

18 Finished reading the Fring dan Vol. 1. 590 pp. 17 - Walk with Melos Reynosen & Bovet -

Recovered

(

222

10 s

11 S

18

12 m

19

13 t

20

14 w

21

15 t

16 f

23

17 9

24

18 S

25

19 m

26

120 t

27

21 w

28

22 t

29

23 f

30

24

1

25 S

26 m

27

3

4

28 w

5

02

* month

7

I from illness & attended prayer meeting Dined with landlords at Shing ty Hon on board US Ship Plymouth M.

"

U.S.

- Br. Roberts opened his new chapel-

sailed for Ofmeria bat

"

Went to Lo Shan's house in Man Fih= Read's Rankin & White came

Miss Pohlman co

to Canton

"

人和行

A Presbytery formed at & Parker's, 18 persons pres

Breakfasted at Br. Frenchs 4474/5

"Love to Chript", Sol. Songs 6:3. By Res. Ras

Discoux on Rev. F. C. Joh

user.

taken ill

Finish's reading "Dibble's Thots on Missions. 1

Bar Legger bleland called

on mi

10

MARCH, 31 Days,

Chinese XXIXth Year, IId and IIId Moons.

The weather in the month of March is also damp and foggy, but the tem- perature of the atmosphere bocomes considerably warmer; to preserve things] from damp, it is requisite to continue the use of fires and closed doors, which the heat of the atmosphere renders very unpleasant. From March till July and. August, the thermometer steadily increases in height and heat reaches its maximum degree.

Days of Days of month moốn.

I t

2 -f

8

3 8.

9

5

Chronicle oferents in China, &c.

St. Daird's.

Sir Hugh Gough arrived at Whampoa, 1841. POF'lípú died in Canton, 1843. Second Sunday in Lent.

11

12. Napier's fors captured, 1841.

13

14%

9

V 15

10

16

11 S

17

12. m

18

13 t

19

14 w 15 t 16 f 178.

20

21

22

18 S

F

Lin arrived in Canton, 1839. British in Chinhái

and Ningpo attacked, 1842.

British brig Ann lost on Formosa, 1842.

Sunday in Lent.

Kishen goes a state's prisoner to Peking, 1841.

Chinese forces at Tsz'kí routed, 1841.

Third

23. Macartney's embassy leaves China, 1794. St. Patrick. S Canton der British guns, 1841. Fourth Sun-

day in Lent.

24

25 Foreigners detained in Canton by Lin, 1839.

19 m

20

26

21 W

22

28

23 f

124

Armistice agreed upon at Canton, 1841. Gov.

Bonham lands at Hongkong, 1848.

British ship Sanah, first free trader, sailed 1834. Kiying appointed. commander-in-chief, 1842.

THIRD MOON. Căptain Elliot forced his way to { Canton, 1839. Friend of China commenced, 1842. Lady Day. Fifth Sunday in Lent. 2. Lady Day

.3.

25 S 26 m 127 t

2.

4.

28 w 129 t*

30

5

6

Chests of Opium, 20,283, surrendered 1839. Rebellion broke out at Lienchau, 1832.

7. Sir John F. Davis leaves China, 1848.

31

8

Barom. Thermom. Rain.

Purses 7 mooth Mayber

Days of month

1 t

6

2 f

7

3 s

8

4 S

9

5 m

10

+

6 t

10

MARCII.

Mean, 30.17; maxim. 30.50; min. 29.95. Mean at noon 72, night, 60; max. 82; min. 44. Mean fall, 24 inches; average rainy days, 6.

MEMORANDA

Vinted Laing Affet with Lyson

Hat Wallid nould city with (bur Legge & Waste

-Sent Mah ## to Bro. French.

took the at Bestoffen Ber. Hickph van

sail for Amuzica

15 Breakfast with Bidyman, tea at a Hobs

7 w

12

8 t

13

9 f

14

10 s

11 S

16

12 m

17

13 t

18

14 w

19

15 t

20

16 f

21

17 s

22

18 S

23

19 m

24

20 t

21 w

22 t

23 f

24 s

25 S

26 m

27 t

128

2

29 t

30 f

31 s

Breakfast at Bars. Sheer's

Mr. Macy arrived at Canton. Walked to Joy Jan with Mr. Reymaan 28 Finised read Chinese tract on Creation. 14 pp. 25 Commence tematy

called.

to

mam

English longna

Un to quell & rebet

26 mins may get. Sobelts house 27 Chinese troops sent to String 28 Dined with Mr. Wilden.

20 Want to Siu Kong & dined with Mr. Ler

29

30

8 month

1

2

3 - Ferrished reading M. Kringdon 2 Vol. 604. pp

5 Dined at lhy long's warehouse

11

APRIL, 30 Days.

XXIXth Year, IIId and IVth Moons.

The thick fogs which begin to disappear towards the end of March are in April seldonis ever seen. The atmosphere, however, continues damp, and rainy days are not unfrèquent. At the same time, the thermometer gradually rises, and the nearer approach of the sun renders that heat more perceptible. In this and the summer months, southerly winds generally prevail; frequently, however, they veer to the eastward.

Days of Days of

month.

2 m

3 t

moon.

1 S

9

10

11

4 w

||

5 t

6 f

13

14

15

& S

16

17

10 t

18

11 w

19

12 t

20

13 f

21

14 s*

22

15.

23

[16 m

24

17 t

25

1

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Palm Sunday.

Confucius died, æt. 72, B. c. 429. Queen of Portugal born, 1819.

Kwoh Síping strangled as Macao, 1838.

The emperor's annual ploughing. Sir John Davis makes an arrangement with Kiying, 1847.-Good Friday:

Easter Sunday.

Kíying appointed imperial commissioner, 1842. H. B. M. commission returned to Canton, 1837.

( Yishan, Lungwan, and Kí Kung arrived in Canton,

1841.

Long Sunday.

27

First steamer, the Forbes, reaches China, 1830,

18 w 26

19 t * 20 f. 28

21 s

22

29

30

23 m

j

E. I. Company ceased to trade with China, 1834. Second Sunday after Easter.

1 Fourth Moon. St. George.

2

5

FOR SO LO LO C

7

Third Sunday after Easter.

{ Captain (now hon. major) Caine appointed chief

magistrate of Hongkong, 1841.

30

8

Days of month

Barom. Thermom. Rain

Paree 8 mouth

Abda

11

APRIL.

Mean 30.03; max. 30.25; min. 29.85. Mean at noon, 77, night, 68; max. 86; min. 56. Mean fall, 563 inches; average rainy days,-10.-

MEMORANDA.

bor. Talmage your & Hongkong-

• Two bands of day laborces fight instead,

Visited Corsair with bhim +=

fr

Finished reading parts of "Chinese

"Chinese as they are, by

(247/Magis

20 - Sham Shukls, dry dined with onen

1 S

2 m

8

3 t

9

4 w

10

5 t

11

6 f

12

7 s

.13

8 S

14

9 m

15

10 t

16

11 w

17

12 t

18

13 f

19

14 s

15 S

21

16 m

22

17 t

23

18 w

24

19 t

25

20.f

26

121 s

27

22 S

28

23 m

29

24 t

30

25 w

26 t

27 f

28 s

29 S

130 m

9 month

2

4

5

6

Mr. Wilden moved to Canish Hong

J. G. Bridgman mond to Mr. Roberts hou 5 fahmsson preached at Dr. Parkes in eve

MAY, 31 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, IVth and Intercalary Moons.

   In this month the heat is fully set in, and it is-particularly in Canton-often oppressive, the more so from the closeness of the atmosphere, the winds being usually light and variable. This is the most rainy month in the year, averag- ing fifteen days and a half of heavy rain; cloudy days without rain, however, are of frequent occurrence, and one half of the month averages fine sunny weather.

Days of Days of

month.

moon.

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Famine in Kiángnán, Chehkiáng, and Húpeh, 1892

The Hongkong Gazette commenced, 1841.

1 t

9

2 w

10

3 t

11

4 f

12

5

13

6 S

14

7 m

15

81

16

9 w

17

10 t

18

11 f

19

12 8

20

|13 S

21

14 m

15 t

16 w

17 t

18 f

26

19 s

27

20 S

21 m

122

W

2

24 1 25 f

3

.4

26

=

British troops evacuate Ningpo, 1942.-Fourth S. after Easter:

(E. I. Co.'s garden demolished, by lieut-governor

Chú, 1831.

E

Rogation Sunday.

British for arrived off Chápú, 1842.

Ascension

y-Holy Thursday.

Chápú carried by storm, 1842.

28 Sunday after Ascension.

29

British ships at Canton attacked, 1841. The de- livery of the 20,283 chests opium completed, 1839, INTERCALARY Moon. Foreign factories pillaged, 4841.

Queen Victoria born, 1818.

Canton surrounded by British forces, 1841. Dragon Boat festival.

S The city of Canton ransomed for six millions, 1846.

6 Whitsunday.

7

8

?

10

A Congregational Association formed in Canton, 1846. Chinese Repository commenced, 1832.

Days of month

Barom.

12

MAY.

Mean 29.92; max. 30.10; min. 29.80.

Thermom. Mean at noon, 78, night 72; max. 88; min. 61.

Mean fall 11.8 in.; average rainy days, 134.

Rain.

Parsoe 9 month

Adder

MEMORANDA.

I t

7

2 w

8

+J.G. Bridgman

3 t

4 f

9

5 8

moved to On

thing Wing

10 Went with the Cayowaan to Fong behin garde

6 S

12

13

7 m

14 Finished reading "Nemesis." 488,

t

9 W

15

      10 t } f

16

17

12 s

18

13 S

19

14 m

20

15 t

21

16 w

22

17 t

23

18 f

24

19 s

25

120 S

26

21 m

27

22 t

28

23 w

24 t

30

[10 month.

25 f

1

26 s

2

27 S

3

128 m

4

29 t

5

30 w

6

381 t

29

Mr. Speer moved to You

1}

Honly

Mr. Jean & Dr Balfour arrive at Canton

quisit from the Lubscheid

with

ht

son bar.

Lichid Han Andrew Patten Happ

Stayed Went

at

What to Sai Henny

Went to Ku Shin

to Chim Han & walk'd up mountan to Canton

M French it to Hongkong

on Pralons

Finished reading Walfords Notes of 7 pages

&

327

3 Gillespire & Gilfillan come up to Canton.

4. G. Bridgman opened a preaching room

Gillespie, Gilfillan breakfast'd mith me.

13

JUNE, 30 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, Intercalary and Vth Moons.

   The month of June is also a very wet month, although, on an average, the number of rainy days is less than in the other summer months. The ther- mometer in June rises several degrees higher than in the month of May, and falls but little at night-it is this latter circumstance, chiefly, which causes the exhaustion often felt in this country, from the heat of summer-no op-| portunity being afforded for regaining strength.

Days of Days of

month.

inoon.

Chronicle of events in Chiaa, &c.

I f

12

13

4 m

14

5 t 6 w

15

16

7 t

17

8 f

18

9 s

19

10.8

20

21

II m

12 t

13 w

14 t

23

Lord J. S. Churchill died off Macao, 1840. Trinity S.

Kíying arrived in Canton, 1843.

Corpus Christi.

First Sunday after Trinity.

Portuguese prohibited trading at Canton, 1640.

Sir Le F. Senhouse died at Hongkong, 1841.

Russian and Chinese treaty, 17:8.

24 }

22* * *25A2

15 f

16 8

26

17 S

18 m 19 t

27

28

29

20 w

21 t

2

22 f

3

123 s

124 S

125 m 126 127

28 t

29 f

30 s

sup. of British trade, 1836.

Elliot chief.

British troops arrived before Wúsung, 1842. Wúsung taken, 1842.

Second Sunday after Trinity.

1

Shingh

{

cupied by British forces, 1842.

FIFTH MOON. Macartney's embassy arrived,

1793. Victoria's accession, 1837.

Sir J. J. Gordon Bremer arrived in the Wellesley,

1840.

Port of Canton blockaded by English forces, 1840.

The destruction of 20,283 chests of opium com- pleted by Lin at the Bogue. Kíying visits Hong- kong, 1843. Midsummer day.

7 Treaty of Nanking exchanged at Hongkong, 1843.

567890=

10

Queen Victoria crowned, 1838.

11 Expedition to China arrived, 1840.

Days of

Barom. Thermom. Rain.

Parce 10 month

month Deigh

13

JUNE.

Maen height. 29.88; max. 30 00; min. 29.75 Mean at noon. 85, night, 79; max. 90; min. 74 Mean fall, 11.lin.; averoge rainy days, 9.

MEMORANDA.

Jan Capt Glyme of it. 8. abah Refle

-"Finished reading "Facial Hymn" 233 / f. 12.m.

14-- read Memoir of Prope

1 f

2 s

3 S

10

4 m

5 t

12

6 w

13

7 1

8 f

15

9 s

16

10 S

17

Il m

18

12 t

19

13 w

20

14 t

21

15 f

16

23

17

S

m

18

19 1

222

24

25

hidd

672.

Discorund at Burdy man's room - 12 feesons, is

Linn Hing hai-4

20 "

Meeting of Tract bom. It ill. Cleland & Res pa

8

Read Review of that "Guion's Life #. Jition 36/

261

G.B. wor Faith in God & God's Word G. B. the v "Dr. Bally Movidafitially saved from drowning

Dr.

26 Dined at

120 w

27

21 t

28

22 f

29

30

23 s

24 S

125 in

26 t

27 w

neys

Lyroon & Aiin inconfort mith me -

11 month Discomsed at Bridgmans;

"

room

Liste Sting Kai-

-

--

50 "

Present.

2 Vinted F's Ii & Wong She - Saw 4 mourning women. 3 + Dined at Dr. Kennis- Mesas Mann & Murson 4 Finishid reading "Life of Evarts." 5 Read trip from evinin to banton 25 pp.

..

28 t

29 f

6

"

30 s

7

of

4487.

157%.

Preble's visit to

Japan. pp.

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JULY, 31 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, Vth and VIth Moons.

During July-which is the hottest month in the year-the average height of the thermometer is 88° in the shade, at noon, both at Canton and Macao. This month is subject to frequent and heavy showers of rain, and-as is also the month of August-to storms of thunder and lightning. The winds, with very little variation, blow steadily during the whole month from the south or south- wert.

Days of Days of

month.

#E

moon.

234 5

1

12

2 m

13

3 t

14

4 w

15

5 t

16

6 f

17

7 s

8 8

9 m

10 t

Il w

18

19

20

12 t 13 f

24

25

14 s

15 8 26

16 m 17 t

18 w

19 t

20 f

21 S 22

23 m 24 t

25 w

126 t 27 f

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Fourth Sunday after Trinity.

The Blonde visited Amoy, 1840.

The Rev. Dr. Milne arrived in Macao, 1831.

The Morrison sailed for Japan, 1837.

Tinghái first taken, 1840.

Bark Troughton plundered by pirates, 1835.

Lin Weihi killed, 1839. Queen's Road chapel]

at Hongkong dedicated, 1842.

{

Riot, and several Chinese shot in Canton, 1846.

Fifth Sunday after T.

The Yángtsz' kiáng blockaded, 1840.

Amherst's embassy arrived, 1816.

Admiral Maitland arrived, 1838.

First English ship reached China, 1635.

Lord Napier and suite arrived, 1834.-Sixth Sun-

day after Trinity.

27 British trage reöpened, 1841.

* - 222*** & *A28-2-ID (c) 70~==

Dutch envoys arrived at Peking, 1656.

29 Grand Canal blockaded, 1842.

SIXTH MOON.

2 Tyfoon, 1841. Chinkiáng fú carried by storm, 1842.

Seventh Sunday after Trinity.

Sixth moon.

{

A murderous attack on a party at Yütáu in Honam,

1846.

A second tyfoon, this year, 1841.

10 Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Hon. A. H. Everet

[died, 1847

28 s

29 S

30 m 31 t

12 Gov. Lin and Tang sentenced to banishment, 1841

Barom.

14

JULY.

Mean height, 29.83; max. 30; min. 29.60 Thermom. Mean at noon, 88, night 81; max. 94; min. 79.

Mean fall, 7.7 in.; average rainy days, 10.

Rain.

Days of month

t'arme 11 month

Bummon

MEMORANDA.

I S

2 m

3 t

10

4 w

11

5 t

12

6 f

7

ኤ.

8 S

Trip to Whampoa - Alet J. Beecher on S. Russell

13 French Coulter brechasted with me

14

L'un

15 roke in 2an Hing Kai Chapel - 20 present

16

9 m

10 t

17

ill w

18

12 t

19

13 f

20

14 s

21

15 S

16 m

17 t

22374

18 w

25

19 t

26

120 f

27

21 8

28

22 S

29

24 t

DR

120

26 t

E

27 f

28 s

29 S

30 m

131 t

"Finished reading " " "The Body & the Mind.

by D. Moore. Must. 356 pp. Lective on Peace 22 perat thing Kai - 30 person to /present

Going

Discon

at diin

Discourred at Sumthing has 50 present

บา

30 Bes. Potinson & Bridy mom go to Hongkong

12 month

2

2

Went to Wasompra with a Budhist pilt. Ly 100 3 Read B. Saira on Language, Emmons & C. Language- 28,

5

Discoured at Lin thing hai- 30 prosent. - Backfarted at Du Happeis- 8 Began building flows in Shingly Hong

7

15

AUGUST, 31 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, VIth and VIIth Moons.

    During this month the heat is as oppressive generally as in the month of July-often indeed it is more so, although the thermometer usually stands lower. Towards the close of the month, and summer begins to break up, the wind occasionally veers from southeast to north and northwest. Tyfoon seldom occur earlier than the first of this month, or later than the end of Sep."

Days of Days of

month. moon.

1 w

13

2 t

14

3 f

15

4 s

16

5 S

17

6 m

18

7 t

19

8 w

9 t

10 f

11 s 12 S

13 m 14. t

15 w

16 t

17 f

18 s 19 S

20 m

121 t 122 w 23 t

24 f

20

21

22

23

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Chinese Periodical commenced, by Mr. Gutzlaff, 1833. Dr. Morrison died at Canton, æt. 53, 1834.

Tyfoon, barom. 28.10, 1832.

British fleet arrived before Nanking, 1842. Ninth Sunday after Trinity.

A tyfoon, 1835. Mr. Stanton made prisoner, 1840

S Batavia taken by the English, 1811. British squad-

ron arrived off the Pei ho, 1840.

Sir H. Pottinger and Sir W. Parker arrived, 1841. Captain Elliot entered the Pei ho, 1840.

24 Tenth Sunday after Trinity.

25 British prisoners executed on Formosa, 1842.

26

27

* 2**** & 88-2~+600 2

29

00

S Commissioners Hi-ngan and Húsungah arrived, Indian Oak lost on Liúchiú, 1840. Hon.]

[J. W. Davis arrives, 1848.

1832.

SEVENTH MOON.

Barrier at Macao, attacked 1840.-Eleventh S. after T.

Sir H. Pottinger landed in Hongkong, 1741.

Attack

[China, 1841.

on the Black Joke, 1839. Capt. Elliot leaves Brit. Cham. Com. formed, 1835. Mr. Harvey killed

on Tsungming, 1840.

British leave Macao, 1839. Amoy taken, 1841.

12th Sunday after Trinity.

$25

26 S

9

27 m

10

11

[tipon died, 1843.

29 w 30 t 31 f

12

13

Treaty of Nanking signed, 1842. Conference at Tientsin, 1840.

Hon. J. R. Mor-

14

Three sons at one birth, Whampoa, 1832.

Days of

month

Barom. Thermom. Rain.

Parsee 12 month Espundad

15

AUGUST.

Mean height, 29.85 in. max. 30; min. 29.55 Mean at noon, 85, night, 78; max. 90; min. 75. Mean fail, 9.9 in.; average rainy days, 124.

MEMORANDA.

Virited Forg

Chin village

12 - Finish'd reading "Chinese Miscellan No.)." pp. 16

w

9

2 t

10

3 f

4 s

5 S

13

6 m

7 t

15

"

Medhosts 6maker foring. 14 Discoured at din Hing hair thrice 30% 35/r Brille Hist of Prayer-384/p- Disconsed at "-"

8 w 16

9 t

17

10 f

11 s

12 S

13 m

19

2

Bridgmenty foleron returned from strong

18 - Went to Whampoa, Thick Ring & San Chass

 Discoursed tevice at Linting Kai- 20840 p 21 alchimere dinner at Lrin Hing Kai

20 -

23

Breakfasted at Dr Hobsons Breached at din ting hard with me

hai- 40 present

• present Bu Johnson began to

14 t

15 w

16 t

24

17 f

25

13 s

26

27

Sick in bed

19 S

20 10

21 t

100 AM

W

28 Visited by Bre. 11 Sheer, French & Bridgman-

29

30

5)

23 t

24 f

2

25 s

26 S

27 m

28 t

29 w

30 t

BL f

4

Intercalary days.

Gawthaw.

1 month

2

3-

Portuguese Governor maurdered at Macas Mr Was returned from Macas - Went to Whampoa Johnson on

on S. Russell

Sick at home-read & meditated- Finish'd reading 5 Chafts shit. Enthurian - 171M/ Finished reading Alderbrook.2.col. 539/ Doned at Dr. Hobson's-beoftor Morrison prese "Finnished reading "Genius of Scotland" 379 pp.

16

SEPTEMBER, 30 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, VIIth and VIIIth Moons.

In the month of September, the monsoon is entirely broken up, and north- erly winds begin to blow, but with very little alleviation of the heat. This is the period most exposed to the description of hurricanes called tyfoons, the range of which extends squthwards over about one half of the Chinese sea, and northward to the coast of Japan. They have appeared with the greatest severity in the gulf of Tonquin.

Days of Days of

month.

moon.

16

17..

   .s 2

15

3 m

4 t

18

5, w

19

6 t

20

7 f

21

23

25

2872 * * * * 228

26

8 8

9 8

10 m

11 t

    12 w 13 t

27

29

14 f 29

23456789

15 s

30

16 S

17 m 18 t

19 w

20 t

21 f

23 S

24 m 25 t

26 w 27 t 28 f

12

13

    129 s 130

14

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Tyfoon, 1848,-Isabella Robertson foundered. Kiáking died, 1820. 13th Sunday after Trinity.

..

Dr. Morrison arrived in China, 1807. Attack on

Kaulung by capt. Elliot, 1839.

Guard of Marines landed in Canton, 1834. Imogene and Andromache pass the Bogue, 1834.

News of the treaty of peace, reached Hongkong

1842. 14th Sunday after Trinity.

(Imogene and Andromache anchored at Whampoa,

1834.

Táukwang born, 1782. Canton Press begun, 1835.

Bilbaino burnt, 1839.

R. Thom died at Ningpo, 1846.

The Kite, capt. Noble, lost in the Yangtsz', 1840.

EIGHTH MOON. Captain Anstruther seized, 1840.

15th Sunday after Trinity.

Jewish æra, year 5610, commences.

Steamer Madagascar barnt; 1844

Steamer Jardine arrived, 1835.

8 16th Sunday after Trinity.

10

Nerbudda lost on Formosa, 1841. Commissioner Lin degraded, 1840.

Morrison Education Society organized, 1836. |Michaelmas Day,

15 17th Sunday after Trinity.

Barom.

16

SEPTEMBER.

      Mean height, 29.91in.; max. 30.10; min. 29.70. Thermom. Mean at noon, 83, night, 76; max. 88; min. 70.

Mean fall, 10.9 in.; average rainy days, 10.

Rain.

Days of

Parsee lat monta

month Ferverdeen

MEMORANDA.

Mr. Mr. Tofam & French went to Macas-

Gillespire made me a

short vint

12 Read few pp. in Mrs. Fry's Sife & Wordomalle poems- 50 -Meeting of Giliespie Bohinese Chapel & Stiffend at to

13

1 s

2 S

6

3 m

7

4 t

8

5 w

9

6 t

10

7 f

8 s

9 S

10 m

15

12 w

"16"

13 t

17

14 f

18

15 S

16 S

20

17 m

18 1

19 w

120 t

21 f

122

123

"

24 m

25 t

126 w

127 t

128 f

129 s

30 S

1:

is I thick with dysentery

14

Dr Hebron & M. Summers on Mr. Forbes.

came from

19+ Spent day at Dr. Webrens Weak with Dysentery

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

30

Ahong.

Sick in bed - Several brethren called

Stick

month

Hobson

very

attentive

-Sick in bed - very weak-

"1

-

handtering. it than called with Mig Sat up walk'd about. Mr & Men W & Loomis

2 - Gillespie, Lyroon & Lo Larn called.

3+ Spent P..M. at Mr. Williams.

4_Stayed at Dr. Parker's. Nervous excitement

17

OCTOBER, 31 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, VIIIth and IXth Moons.

   Northerly winds prevail throughout this month, occasionally veering to north- east or northwest; but the temperature of the atmosphere is neither so cold nor so dry as in the following months; neither does the northerly wind blow so constantly-southerly and easterly winds intervening every now and then. The winter usually sets in with three or four days of light drizzling rain.

Days of Days of

month.

moon.

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

1 m

16

Tinghai retaken; 1841.

2 t

17

3 w 18

4 t

19'

5 f

20

6 s

21

7.S.

22

8 m 9 t

23

10 w

12 f

25

26

27.

13 8 14 S

23

29

15 m

1

Rev. J. A. Gonçalves died, 1841.

Alexander

arrived and landed at Macao, 1847. 18th Sunday after Trinity.

Supplementary Treaty signed at the Bogue, 1843.

Chinhái taken; 1841.

·

Lord Napier died at Macao, 1834, and Mr. Davis

succeeded, as Chief Superintendent.

Halley's comet observed in Canton, 1835. Ningpo occupied by British forces, 1841. 19th Sunday after Trinity.

NINTH MOON. Yukien, imperial commissioner in

Chekiáng, committed suicide, 1841.

Everett, commissioner, U. S. A.

16 t

17 w

3

13 t

19 f

20 8 6 Nemesis and Phlegethon go up to Yüyáu, 1841.

et s

122 m

23

24 w

25t

10

2 120 16

11

26 f

18

14

127

28 S

129 m

15

130 t

16-

31 w

17.

20th Sunday after Trinity.

Treaty of Whampoa between France and China

signed, 1844.

In Canton, 1200 houses and 3 factories burnt, 1843.

Terranova executed by the Chinese, 1812. 21st

Sunday after Trinity.

Barom. Thermom. Rain.

Parace 2 month Ardebest

17

OCTOBER.

Mean height, 30.01in.; max. 30.20; min. 29.50. Mean at noon, 77, night, 69; max. 85; min. 57. Mean fall, 5.5 in.; average rainy days, 5.

MEMORANDA.

bool wine & cloudy. Spent L.M at Clelands. Dr. Hobson & Be / Bridgman called

Spent P. M. at Dr. Hobson's

Vary

11:

Want to Whampoa - very sick at Lomis. Brekfasted at thints. Patword with Mr. Worst Car Finished reading "Sol. Sweetened ~ 286 fe

Jay's Life of Winter pp 370.

vid Maces & to

Days of month

1 m

5

2 1

6

3 w

*

4 t

5 f

9

6 s

10

7 S

11

"

8 m

12

9 t

10 w

14

15-

11 t

12 f

16

17

13 s

18

14 S

15 m

16 t

17 w

18 t

19 f

13 Arrived at Dr. Le dig at Ui Chapel Loon

Visited Mr.

Finished reading life of th. Bebead by differen Dired with Hamburg & Ray theme fo Sail in harbor with Dh..

Enerpad danger.

Lofamily.

 Heard the. Legge Chinese piget - Discoured in Bay 19 Finished reading Island 2ften lied shor. Hil 20- Visited Hirschbey's Dispensary Baik Royalist

Attended Br. Han burg's mout Clais.

21-

Dined at Stanton's visited

22 The Vorsted

at

Weight 130 lbs. Vondled Nas. Bajaur & iterur 233- Cailed at Dr. Balfora's & vie than 2 f 24-Started for Sai Heung, Dind at ibr. Dean's,

at all. botes hinion Chaficl; so yea at Bay

         (!" 25 pp.. Vinished reading tillyson, is" 25 pp.

          Queen with di Virited English this 2 een Called on Guy Morrison Genaker & Swedish"...

Byram Cholela Retsund by Steamer to Canton with

Jane 78.

20 s

25

21 S

26 -

22 m

27

23

23

24 w

29

25 1

30

126 f

3 month

127 s

1

128 S

2

29 m

3

30 t

4

31 w

5

"Madi

an

Brekfarted at Caliland's Dined of Dr. Hobson

la at Te. Hoppers.

I it'd with lev. Loomis of ringle. the it the 14.1.

18

NOVEMBER, 30 Days.

Chinese XXIXth Year, IXth and Xth Moons.

The month of November, and the two following are the most pleasant in the year, at least to the feelings of persons from the more northern climates. Though the thermometer is not often below 40, and seldom so low as 30 de- grees, the cold of a Chinese winter is often very severe. Ice sometimes formas about one eighth of an inch ́thick-this is usually in December or January.

Days of Days of

month. moon.

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

Akt

18

2.f

19.

3 8

20

4 8

21

5 m

22

61

8 t

25

9 f

26

10 s

27

11,

12. m

29

13 t

14 w 15 t

16 f

17 8

18 8

   19 m 20 t

Factories in Canton burnt, 1822. ́.

29 wär junks destroyed at Chuënpí, 1839.

22d Sunday after Trinity. Anglo-Chinese college

commenced at Malacca, 1818.

Truce agreed on at Canton, 1840.

ML

U: S. A. ship Peacock arrived, 1832.

Sir Andrew Ljungstedt died, Macao, 1835. 2823d Sunday after Trinity.

30 Earthquake at Shánghái, 1847.

TENTH MOON.

Mohammedan year 1266 commences. Shángháij opened to commerce, 1843.

New empress succeeds, 1834.-24th S. after Trinity.

7 Captain Elliot returned from the Pei ho, 1840.

4 567890=~ ~

567

In Canton, 1400 buildings burnt, 1835.

25th Sunday after Trinity.

General Chamber of Commerce formed in Canton,

1836.

Kishen arrived at Canton, 1841. Society D. U.

Knowledge formed at Canton, 1834.

St. Andrew's.

21 w

122 t 23 f

10

24 s 25 S

12

26 m

13

27 t

41

28 w

15

29 t 30 f

16

17

Barom. Thermom. Rain.

Days of month

1 t

2 f

3 8

4 S

5 m

Parace 3 month Khorlad

6

18

NOVEMBER.

Mean height, 30.16 in; max. 30.55; min. 29.95 Mean at noon, 67, night, 57; max. 80; min. 40. Mean fall, 2.4ĝin.; average rainy days, 3.

MEMORANDA.

7 -Read Meth. Review on Long ingth

Went to Wagnifier weled quiltages opp.

"1

read 20 years in the church of Rome". /.p. 30. 10 - Walked round city with ible. Reynvazing frice. Sow officer from Lo Tery at having fitting. - Went with to Shand to

see house I Went to Whampoa, & villages (Belforted at the thint. Weight 141 this. wredd Meth. Review ou

10pp. yon Larignage Binary at Mr. Hobro is Translated Lo Lani's petition

th. Ma ofamily shout day aft Wamped.

6 t

11

7 w

12

8 t

13

9 f

14

10 8

15

11 S

16

12 m

17

13 t

18

14 w

19

15 t

20

16 f

17 s

22

18 S

23

19 m

24

20 t

25

21 w

22 t

23 f

24 8

125 S

26 m

Dimed

d

i

Called at the Bouging's with Roqua, I's Land Waited on the Mackie to Fa Si and temple- Valked to Eastern Parade with Mr. Mackie & leym 21-Went to Whampoa. Miss Moose came to Canton

Contracted for house at San Chan 4 Months

26

Went to Whappen dined at all. Hits - Finished reading "Meadows on the illonchu. : Went to Whampoa mith J. Bidgmani 28 Spent evening at itt. My M. Mlyphant

Went to Whampoa with Lysoon. Kingd

27

29

30

ли

baptiv

.23

4 month - Finished Payne's Elements of Language if. 2 Visited Hongan temple with H. Borges,

Went & Whampoa

with

Hairy

Brooke -

127 t

2

28 w

3

29 t

4

30 f

5

19

DECEMBER, 31 Days.

XXIXth Year, Xth and X1th Moons.

The months of December and January are remarkably free from rain, the average fall in each month being under one inch, and the average number of rainy days being only three and a half. On the whole, the climate of Cantón (and more especially that of Macao) may be considered very superior to that of most other places situated between the tropics.

Days of Days of

month.

moon.

18

2.S

19

3 m

20

4 t

21

5 w

22

6 t

23

7 f

24

25

26

10 m

27

11 t

28

12 w

29

13 t

14 f

15 s

3

16 S

5

6

my

17 in

18 t 19 w

4ROZ 00

Chronicle of events in China, &c.

S Confucius born, 562, B. c. Hingan's sister made

empress, 1833.

Xavier died on Sánshán, 1552. 1st Sunday in Advent. Seizure of opium at Canton, 1838.

Six foreigners killed at Wang-chu-ke, 1847.

British trade stopped "for ever."

servant leaves China, 1839.

E. I. Co.'s last!

British consulate, Canton, burnt in a riot 1842.

2d Sunday after Advent.

Attempted execution and riot, in Canton, 1838.

ELEVENTH MOON. The flag of France rehoisted in

Canton, 1832.

All Catholic priests (not Portuguese) expelled

Macao, 1838.

3d Sunday after Advent.

Sir Hugh Gough, and the Eastern Expedition, leave

China, 1842.

9 St. Thomas.

20 t

21 f 122 s

10

123 S

11

24 m 25 t

12

13

26 w

14·

27 t

15

16

29 8

17

30 S

18

31 t

19

4th Sunday after Advent.

Christmas day.

Mr. Stanton released from prison by the Chinese, 1840.

First Sunday after Christmas.

E. I. Company chartered, 1699.

Days of month

Barom.

19

DECEMBER.

Mean height 30.23 in.; max. 30.35; min. 30.15. Thermom. Mean at noon, 62, night, 52; max. 70; min. 45.

Mean fall, 0.9ĝin.; average rainy days, 34.

Rain.

Parsee 4 month

Teer

6

2 S

7

3 m

4 t

9

5 w

10

6 t

11 1

7 f

12

8 s

13

9.S.i

11 t

12 w

B

14*

MEMORANDA.

Pa

Went to Whampoa & visited the Pi village Visited Atak.

'I'

- Evening party at all Mr. for th. Species, thich More

to

15 m 2 Mate of Sex Witch drunk at San Chan 16-Sea Witch soild. Mr. Carter, Mis Morse & Co. par 17. Finished reading Webster Dictionay : 1281 has Finished qud" "Billy Hart of leage: 384 pt Finished reading Church Psalmist. Lips. 600?

de barrington & Onfida sailed for America Tea at Dr. Hobson's. Gillespire present First meal slodging at Fan Clion. - Atterid Mission Wating at M. 117. Stef

22

13 t

18

114 f

19

..

15 8

16 S

20

21

17

ວດ

18 t

19 w

20 t

21 f

P42 S

22

27

23 S

24 m

25 t

26 w

24

25

26

Went to Canton.

bbla

238 - At thended P. Worship on shif B. Agrean-

29

30

5 month

27 t

28 f

29 s

30 S

5

RI

IA

4

bhinamen came to dinne

Major

-

-Dined with basing the texting

of Buenos dyrean Walk'd to top of hill south of Jan Chan

کن که داره و زیرکو

Flimisht, racis

Milne's Retrospect. 376

Mesa, Cameron, locok, Dumah & My or called?

PARSEE CHRONOLOGY.

The æra adopted by the Parsee is called the Æra of Yezdejerd, and commences A. D. 632, the year of the accession of Yezdejerd III. to the throne of Persia, and the same in which that kingdom was attacked by the Arabs: the Sassanian dynasty terminated by the successive defeats of this monarch in 636, and afterwards in 641, and his expulsion from the country. There are two modes of cal- culating this era adopted by the Parsees, which differ only in one month; the Kudmees reckon time as in this Calendar, the Rusmees date it one month later, commencing their year September 25th. The intercalation of five days at the end of the 12 months of 30 days to complete the year of 365 days is a very ancient mode, intro- duced by and adopted from the Chaldeans, by the Persians, Medes, Egyptians, Grecians, Romans, and Mexicans, among all of whom they were observed with mirth and feasting. They are collectively called Gawthaws by the Parsees, but each one has its own name, as pellow honoond, beejow oostooud, teejow suppuntomud, chotho vough khustuther, and pachmor vestoyest. By rejecting the six hours over the 365 days, there is an error in the æra of Yezdejerd of 3041⁄2 days, or more than ten months since its adoption.

The year A. D. 1849 corresponds to the year 1218 of this æra, ending August 27th, when the year 1219 commences.

LIST

OF THE PRINCIPAL OFFICERS IN THE

GENERAL GOVERNMENT,

METROPOLITAN OFFICES, AND PROVINCES OF CHINA.

GENERAL

NAME OF COURT.

OFFICE.

Tsungjin foo,

Controller.

Tsaetseuen,

INDIVIDUAL.

藝銓

Sub-controller.

Jinshow,

IMPERIAL HOUSE-

do

Meënsae,

* 10

宗人府

OFFICE OF THE

HOLD.

   Note. This court would be more properly placed under the head; of Local Metropolitan, but the Red Book having placed it in the commencement of the civil list, that order is here followed.

Nuy K%,

内閣

THE CABINET.

Dėp: sub..controller Chunshan,

do'

Meënseu,

Chinese assistant. Hwang Tsantang,

穆章

Chief minister. | Muhchangah, 穆

do

do

do

Pwan Shegăn,

Paouhing,

Cho Pingtien, to

Asst. chief minister. Keying, `

dat

Chin Kwantseyn,T

Tsaeshin,

Meënsǎn,

Trăng Kwifan, là

Minister.

do

Yibshan,

do.

Tsaetsǎng,

do

Kingking,

do

Yuhshoo,

do

do

do

do

Yě Kin-e,

do

Tae He,

Le Poo,

更部

CIVIL OFFICE.

President.

do

THE BOARD OF

Vice-president.

do

do

do

鈴褥偲山岫湯阿恩興恬英俊堪山增慶書森藩元儀熙慶俊納昌濟洞

仁綿春綿贊彰世寶秉耆官載奕載景觥綿國葆覲戴文官沙芝福候

Sun Paouyuen, 孫葆元

Wǎnking,

Chin Kwantsiun,

Hwashană,

Ke Chechang,

Fühtse,

How Tung,

戴熙

文慶

GOVERNMENT.

BIRTHPLACe or banneR.

A Prince of second order.

A Prince of first order.

A Prince of third order.

A Prince of second order.

A Prince of fourth order.

    Looling heën, Keängse. Manchow, border blue.

Woo heën, Keängsoo.

RANK.

BUTTON.

3d principal.

1st principal.

Transparent blue. Coral,

do

do

Manchow, border yellow.

do

do

Hwayang beën, Szechuen.

do

do

Manchow, plain blue.

do

do

Taze heën, Shantung.

do

do

Manchow, plain blue.

2d secondary.

Carved coral.

Manchow, border yellow.

do

do

Manchow, plain blue.

do

do

Manchow, plain yellow.

do

do

Manchow, plain red.

do

do

Manchow, plain blue.

do

do

Seängheäng heën, Hoonan.

do

do

Yenshan heen, Chihle,

do

do

Luhhò heên, Keangsoo.

do

do

Tseëntang heën, Chěkeäng.

do

do

Manchow, border red.

1st secondary.

Coral.

(See Cabinet.)

Mongol, plain yellow.

2d principal.

Carved coral.

Keängyin heën, Keängsoo.

Manchow, border white.

Wooseih heën, Keängsoo.

999

do

do

do

do

do

do

20

GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

NAME OF COURT.

Hoo Poo,

戶部

RANK.

INDIVIDUAL.

Superintendent. |Pwan Shegăn, 潘

President.

THE BOARD of

do

:

REVENUE.

| Saeshangah,

賽尙阿

| Ke Tseuntsaou,祁寯藻

Vice-president. Pihtseuen,

do

Chaou Kwang,

Ahlingah,

栢俊

趙光

| Choo Fungpeaou, 朱風標

do

阿塞阿

do

Le Pony

禮部

President.

Linkwei,

麟魁

do

Kea Ching,

賈楨

THE BOARD OF

RITES.

Vice-president.

Leënshun,

Ping Poo,

兵部

THE BOARD o}

WAR.

do

do

do

Fung Che,

Kwanglin,

Woo Chungtseun, 吳

Superintendent. Cho Pingteën,

President.

Paouchang,

聯順

do Wei Yuenlang, 魏元

Vice-president. Tǐhhow,

do

|Hwang Tsung,

do

Suychang,

do

Ho Kweitsing,

Hing Poo,

刑部

President.

Superintendent. Paouhing,

Ahlihtsingah, 阿勒清阿

THE BOARD OF

do

Le Chinhoo,

李振

PUNISHMENTS.

Vice-president. Paoutsing,

do

| Chow Tsoopei,

周祖

do

Tseuenkirig,

do

Chin Legăn,

Kung Poo,

Superintendent.

Mühchangan,

工部

President.

Tihtángyih,

do.

全1

陳李

穆彰阿

特登額

Too Showteën, 杜受田

·GENERAL GOVERNMENT.

BIRTHPLACE OR Banner.

(See Cabinet.)

RANK.

BUTTON.

21

२ ।

Mongol, plain blue.

Mongol, plain blue.

Showyang heën, Shense.

Kwǎnming heën, Yunnan.

1st secondary.

do

Coral.

do

2d principal.

Carved coral.

do

do

Manchow, border red.

do

do

Sewshan heen, Chěkeing.

do

do

Manchow, plain white.

1st secondary.

Coral.

Hwang heën, Shantung. Manchow, border blue.

Tae chow, Shanse.

Mongol, plain yellow.

Woo heën, Keängsoo.

(See Cabinet.)

do

do

2d principal.

Carved coral.

do

do

do

do

do

do

Manchow, plain blue.

Changle heën, Chĩhle.

1st secondary.

do

Coral.

do

Manchow, plain red.

2d principal.

Carved coral.

Kwănming heën, Yunnan.

do

do

Mongol, border red.

do

do

}

do

do

Kwǎnming heën, Yunnan.

(See Cabinet.)

Manchow, plain blue. Taehoo heën, Ganhwuy. Manchow, border blue. Shangching heën, Honan. Manchow, plain white.

Sinching heën, Keängse.

(See Cabinet.)

1st secondary. do

Coral.

do

2d principal.

Carved coral.

do

do

do

do

do

do

Coral.

1st secondary.

Manchow, border red. Pin chow, Shantung.

do

do

>

22

METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT.

NAME OF COURT.

OFFICE.

THE BOARD OF

Vice-president. Gănhwa,

PUBLIC WORKS.

do

do

| Mingheun,

do

INDIVIDUAL.

恩華

| Wang Kwangyin, 王廣

Chang Fe,.

Lefan Yuen,

Superintendent. Saeshangah,

理藩完 President. Keihluntae,

COURT OF

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

Vice-president.

Peiching,

do

Yihyuh,

Toochăn yuen,

Supernumerary

都察完

THE CENSORATE.

Vice-president.

Censor.

do

Deputy-censor.

Lamuhhwan

poochapoo

吉倫.

拉木棍布札布

|Chingkang,

Sun Suychin,

Hoshun,

do

Le Han,

do

Tungching sze,

通政司

Vice-president.

COURT OF APPEAL

do

do

do

Tale she,

大理寺

President.

Court of Adju-

do

DICATION.

Vice-president.

do

Le Keun,

.do

do

President.

Hǎngyuh,

Păng Winchang, # I

(Vacant)

| Ching Tingkwei, 程 程庭桂

Făfühle,

|Choo Tsun,

Tihying,

Tse Chingyen, 齊 齊承

|Weijin,

| Hing Fuhshan, 邢

Leënkwei,

華蔭訓 阿泰成毓布剛珍淳菡毓章 桂禮嶂英彦仁山桂鈞

賽尙阿

論和李恒蒩 庭福朱德承偻福聯李

法福

李鈞

METROPOLITAN

Taechang she,

太常寺

SACRIFICIAL

COURT.

Superintendent. Paouchang,

保昌

do

(Vacant)

President

Shooyuen,

書元

METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT. -

23

BIRTHPLAce or banner.

RANK.

BUTTON.

Manchow, border blue.

2d principal.

Carved coral.

   Tung chow, Keangsoo. Mongol, plain yellow, Kingyang beën, Shense.

    (See Board of Revenue.) Manchow, border yellow. Manchow, border red. Manchow, plain yellow. Çhăseihtĩh, in Mongolia. Manchow, border blue. Tsening chow, Shantung. Manchow, border blue.

do

do

do

do

do

do

1st secondary.

Coral.

2d principal.

Carved coral.

do

do

do

do

1st secondary.

do

Coral.

do

3d principal.

Transparent blue.

Paoute heën, chihle.

Mongol, plain blue.

Changchow heën, Keängsoo.

999

do

do

do

do

do

do

Woo heën, Keängsoo. Manchow, border blue.

do

do

4th principal.

Opaque blue.

do

Tunghae beën, Yunnan.

do

Manchow, border yellow.

do

do

Teëntsin heën, Chihle.

do

do

Mongol, plain red.

3d principal.

Transparent blue.

Sinchang heën, Keängse.

do

do

Mongol, plain white.

4th principal.

Hokeën heën, Chihle.

do

Opaque blue.

do

GOVERNMENT.

(See Board of War.)

Manchow, border blue.

3d principal.

Transparent blue.

24

METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT.

NAME OF COURT.

OFFICE.

President.

|Chaou Tsan,

INDIVIDUAL.

邰燦

Vice-president. Suylin,

do

Luy Ehan,

瑞麟 雷以誠

Taepǔh she,

President.

Sootoole,

太僕寺

COURT IN CHARGE

OF HORSES.

Kwangluh she,

光祿寺

BANQUETING

COURT.

do

Vice-president.

Lo Tunyen,

蘇都禮

羅惇衍

(Vacant,)

..

do

Wang Fählun,

王福綸

Superintendent. Pihtsun;

President.

| Tsinglin,

do

Vice-presilent.

Heu Naépoo,

許乃普

青潔

Fǔhchoolungah 福珠隆阿

do

|Ching Kealin,

鄭家麟-

Superintendent.Tǐhtăngyih,

特登額

Principal.

| Shingpaou,

Kwötsze, keën,

國子監

NATIONAL COL.

LEGE.

do

Professor.

do

do

Hunglo she,

鴻臚寺

Superintendent.

President.

COURT OF Cɛ.

REMONIES.

do

Vice-president.

do

Kinteën keën,

欽天監

ASTRONOMICAL

BOARD.

Chay Kihshin, 車克

Yingsuy,

| Shwangfuh,

Tsae Tsungmow, 蔡宗

Paouchang,

T'seangtae,

|Teën Yuking, 田 Kingming,

瑞福茂昌公明山銓澤變恒盛惠芳 袢雨慶灜載景玉啟安信

Tung Yingshan,菫瀛

Superintendent. Tsaetseuen,

President.

do

Kingtsih,

| Chow Yuking, 周餘

Vice-president. Yŭhbăng,

| Chin Keshing, 陳啟

Ganhwuy,

do

do

do

Jun Sinfang

Tae.e yuen,

太醫院

Superintendent.

(Vacant)

閏信

METROPOLITAN Government.

25

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNER.

Yuyaou heën, Chěkeäng. Manchow, plain blue. Heaouhan heën, Hoopih. Manchow, border white. Shuntih heën, Kwangtung.

Leaouyang chow, Shinking.

(See Board of Revenue.) Manchow, plain white.

Tseëntang heën, Chèkeäng.

Manchow, plain white.

RANK.

BUTTON.

3d principal.

Transparent blue.

4th principal.

do

Opaque blue.

do

Transparent blue.

do

Opaque blue.

do

3d secondary.

do

4th principal.

do

3d secondary.

do

Transparent blue.

do

5th principal.

do

Crystal.

do

Fungjun heën, Chible.

+

(See Board of Works.)

Manchow, border white.

Teening chow, Shantung.

Manchow, plain blue.

Mongol, plain white.

Shangyuen heën, Keängsoo.

4th secondary.

do

6th principal.

Opaque blue.

do

Opaque white.

do

do

do

do

(See Board of War.)

Manchow, plain white.

4th principal.

Opaque blue.

Yu heën, Shanse.

do

Manchow, plain white.

5th secondary.

do

Crystal.

Tsing heën, Chihle,

do

do

(See Office of the Imp. Household.)|

Manchow, plain blue.

5th principal.

Crystal.

Tahing heën, Chỉhle.

do

do

Manchow, border red.

6th principal.

Opaque white.-

Yuenping heën, Chihle.

do

do

Manchow, plain blue.

do

do

Tahing heën, Shunteën.

do

do

26

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

NAME OF COURT.

RANK,

INDIVIDUAL.

MEDICAL BOARD.

President. Vice-president.

Lwan Tae,

欒泰

Chang Chin,

do

Lwan-e wei,

Chang Sheleäng,張世

Superintendent. Tsaeháng,

鑾儀衛

COURT IN CHARGE

or. IMPERIAL CAR.

1 RIAGES.

King sze,

京師

Commander of city Wănking,

Lt. Commandant. Hwashană,

do

(Vacant)

President..

Ganhwa,

恩華

do

Teeäng Pihling,蔣栢

文慶

guard.

花沙納

AL.

Fühtse,

福濟

Chǒ Pingteèn, 卓秉恬

do

Sup't. of city.

Mayor.

Asst, mayor!

Chin Paouho,

Wang Puntseuen, 汪本銓

陳寶

PROVINCIAL

Shingking,

盛京

MOUKDEN:

Keihlin,

吉林

KIRIN.

Commander'in chief Yihhing,

Lt. General. | Kingchoo,

do

|Teinghow,

Ketseun,

do

| Vice pres. of Board of Kingke,

Revenue.

V.-pres.oft Bd.of Rites Chunyew,

|Vice-pres. of Board of

War:

| Vice-pres. of Board of

Punishiment.

Lingkwei,

Kweitih,

Vice-pres. of Board of Taouking,

Works.

Mayor of Fungteen foo Kingke,

Asst. mayor.

Wantseun,

奕興

奕慶祥祁慶春靈桂道慶文文 興住厚俊祺祊桂德慶祺俊齡布:

桂德

慶祺

Literary chancellor. Kung Wănting, 龔文

Commander in chief Kinggihpoo,

Lt.-gen. at Kirin. Shingkwei,

Lt.-gen. Ningoota. Pànté;-

經額

班第

Lt..gen. at Petune. Weikittinggih,倭克精額

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

BIRTHPLACE OR Banner.

RANK.

BUTTON.

Tahing heën, Chĭhle.

5th principal.

Crystal.

Tahing heën, Chihlé.

6th principal.

Imp. Household, bord. yellow.

do

Opaque white. do

Manchow, plain blue.

Prince of 1st order.

(See Board of Works.)

Naturalized Chinese, bord. blue.

(See Board of Civil Office.)

27

Mongol, plain yellow.

Manchow, border white.

(See Cabinet.)

Yanghoo heën, Keängsoo.

3d principal.

Transparente.

Tseëntang heën, Chěkeäng.

4th principal.

Opaque blue.

GOVERNMENTS.

>

Manchow, plain red.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, plain red.

Naturalized Chinese, bord. yel.

Manchow, plain blue.

Manchow, plain red.

Manchow, plain blue. Manchow, border yellow. Manchow, border blue. Manchow, plain blue. Manchow, border red. Howkwan heën, Fuhkeën.

Manchow, plain yellow.

..

2d principal.

Carved coral.

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

3d prin. pay 1000. Transparent bl

4th prin. pay 400t. Opaque blue.

Manchow, plain blue.

Manchow, plain blue.

Naturalized Chinese, plain yel.

28

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

NAME OF

PROVINCE.

OFFICE.

INDIVIDUAL.

Lt..gen. at Sansing. Elihtungaih,

Lt.-gen. at Altchuku. Săpingah,

Hihlungkeäng, Commander in chief Yinglung,

鹺炳

黑龍江

Lt-gen. Sagalien ula. Tsing-an,

TSITSIHAR.

Lt.-gen Tsitsihar. Kihhinggih,

Chihle,

直隸

Leäng Keäng, 兩江

Comprising

1 KEANGSOO.

2 GANHWUY.

3 Keangse.

Lt..gen. Merguen. Woolingah,

烏陵

Governor General. Naurhkinggih,#

Col. commanding gov. Pingwăn,

general's brigade.

Literary Chancellor Choo Tsun,

Treasurer.

Judge.

Wǎn Yuseuen,

Kung Yu,

Director of Salt Gabel Shin Kungchin,

Salt commissioner. Yangpei, Governor-general. Le Singyuen,

Governor of Canal Yang Teenpang,

transport.

Governor of the rivers Pwan Seihgan,

Salt commissioner of Ming Lun,

the two Hwae.

1st. Keäng 800.

General of Nanking Yusuy,

楊霈

李星涉

明倫

Lt. General. | Sihpoochinggih 色普徵額

Literary Chancellor Tsinglin,

Imp. Chamberlain of

Tsunglun,

Nanking.

Tresurer of Nanking Foo Shingheun, Grain Commissioner Shin Taouyun, Salt commissioner. Tseiblamingah,

Governor (at Soochow Luh Keenying,

foo).

Lt.-col. commanding Keängkeën,

governor's brigade.

Naval com-in-chief. Sun Yumhung,

Imp. Chamberlain of

Soochow foo.

Wǎnfung,

Treasurer of Soochow Le Hwny,

foo.

裕瑞

青磨

崇綸

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

RIRTHPLACE OR BANNER.

Manchow, border blue.

Mongol, plain blue.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, border yellow.

Manchow, plain white. Manchow, border white.

RANK.

PAY IN

TAELS.

BUTTON.

1st secondary. | 15,000|

Coral.

29

(See Court of Appeal.)

Hanyin ting, Shense.

2d secondary.

9,000 Carved coral.

Tsingho heën, Keǎngsoo.

3d principal.

8,000 Trans. blue.

Tseëntang heën, Chèkeäng.

20,000

Nat'zed. Chinese, bord. yellow. 3d secondary.

4,000 Trans. blue.

Seängyin beën, Hoonan.

Sze chow, Ganhwuy.

King heën, Ganhwuy.

1st secondary. 18,000

Coral.

2d principal.

Carved coral.

do

do

Kwangshun chow, Kweichow. 3d secondary. 4,000 Trans. blue

Manchow, border yellow.

Manchow, plain white.

(See Banqueting Court.)

Imp. Household, plain yellow.

Leaouching heën, Shantung.

2d secondary. j2d secondary.

8,000 Carved coral.

Teëntsin heën, Chihle.

4th principal.

2,000 Opaque blue.

do

3,000

do

Manchow, plain white.

Meënyang chow, Hoopih.

Mongol, border blue.

Lungke beën, Fuhkeën.

Imp. Household, plain white.

Hwayin heën, Shense.

2d principal. 13,000 Carved coral.

2d secondary. 10,000 Carved coral.

*30

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

NAME OF

PROVINCE.

OFFICE.

Judge.

Kingsuy,

INDIVIDUAL.

Grain commissioner Ne Leängyaou,

Int. of circuit of Soo, Heënling,*

Sung and Tae.

Mag. of Shanghai. Lan Weiwăn,

慶瑞

#

咸齡

藍蔚雯

2. Ganhwuy.

Governor.

Wang Chih,

Judge.

Lt.-col. of governor's Chang Yunting,

brigade.

Literary chancellor Lo Tunyen,

Treasurer.

Tseäng Wănking. 蔣文慶

Chang Yuntsaou,

羅惇

#

3. Keängse.

Governor.

Woo Wănyung,

吳文鎔

Lt.-col. of governor's Ting Lintaou,

brigade.

Literary Chancellor Sun Paouyuen,

丁麟兆

孫葆元

Treasurer.

Fei Kaeshow,

費開綬

Judge.

Luh Yuenlang,

陸元

Grain commissioner Choo Hŏ,

Min-Chě.

Bitf Comprising

1. CHEKEANG.

2. Fuhkeen.

Salt commissioner. Heung Go'

Goernor-General. Lew Yunko,

1. Chekeäng

Governor.

Lt.-col. of governor's

brigade.

劉韻珂

Leäng Paóuchang, 梁育常

Chaetsingǎh,

Gen. of Hangchow. Yihseäng,

Lt.-gen. at Chapoo. Woopeihshun,

Lt.-gen. at Hangchow Kooking,

劉 梁劑 吳

吳必

Treasurer.

Lew Hehae,

Judge.

Chow Kaeke,

周開麒

Literary Chancellor Chaou Kwang,

Imp. Chamberlain. Fuhshen,

* Now transferred to be Intendant of circuit at Ningpo.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

31

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNER.

BANK.

PAY IN TAELS.

BUTTON.

Manchow, border yellow.

3d principal.

8,000 Trans. blue.

Wangkeäng heën, Ganhwuy.

4th principal.

6,000jOpaque blue.

Manchow, border yellow.

do

3,000

Tinghae ting, Chěkeäng.

7th principal.

do

Gold.

Tsingyuen heën, Chihle. Chihle.

2d principal. 16,000 Carved coral.

(See Court in charge of stud.) Naturalized Chinese, pl. white. Eching heën, Keängsoo.

4,000

2d secondary. 3d principal.

8,000 Carved coral.

6,000 Trans. blue.

Eching heën, Keängsoo. Tsunhwa chow, Chihle.

(See Cabinet.) Wootsin heën, Keängsoo. Haening chow, Chěkeäng. Shihping chow, Yunnan. Teënmun heën, Hoopĩh.

Wănshang beën, Shantung.

Teëntsin heën, Chihle. Manchow, border yellow. Manchow, plain blue.

Naturalized Chinese, plain red.

Manchow, plain yellow.

(Sce Board of Revenue.)

Imp. Household, bord. yellow. Chooching heën, Shantung.

2d principal. 10,000 Carved coral.

2,400

2d secondary.

8,000 Carved coral.

3d principal.

6,000 Trans. blue.

4th principal.

3,800 Opaque blue.

do

3,300

do

1st secondary. 13,000|| Coral.

2d principal. 15,000 Carved coral.

3,000

1,600

2d secondary.

7,000 Carved coral.

Keängning heen, Keangsoo,

3d principal.

6,000 Trans. blue.

32

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

NAME OF

PROVINCE.

Hookwang,

湖廣

Comprising

1. HOOPIH.

2. HUONAN.

OFFICE.

Grain commissioner Yuhbăng,

INDIVIDUAL.

Salt commissioner. Tsae Keung,

Int. of Circuit of Ning, Linkwei,*

Shapu, and Tae.

Prefect of Ningpo. Yang Hoshoo,

Naval com.-in-chief of Shenlŭh,

Chěkeång.

2. Fühkeën.

Governor. Seu Keyu,

Colonel commanding Leu Hanggan, gov.-general's brigade.

Lt.-col. commanding Nalanpaou,

governor's brigade.

Gen, of Fähchow and] Peihchang,

Collector of customs.

Lt.-gen., Fühchow. Tungtun,

Literary chancellor Păng Winchang,

Maschingkung, or titled Hwang Kingchun,

descendant of patriot pirate,

毓憕

蔡瓊

麟桂 楊鶴書

祿

東純

T

Treasurer. | Chin Kingkeae, 陳慶階

Judge. Taounasootoo, 兆那蘇圖

Grain commissioner Shangahpun,

Salt commissioner. Woo Chang,

Int. of circuit of Hae, Hǎngchang, Hing, Tseuen & Yung.

Naval com.-in-chief of Tuh Chinpeaou,

Chěkeäng at Amoy.

General of Formosa. Leu Hănggan, Intendant of circuit of Seu Tsungkan,

Formosa.

Governor General. Yutae,

1. Hoopih.

Governor.

尙前

倦恒蘭璧東蘊慶 現桂書祿 畲安保昌純章春階圜本棠昌彪安幹泰 言甲伸瑞義醇遠

京麟鶴巻

徐呂那

彭黄

阿武恒振宗裕

金俸啟樹大宗

呂徐

| Chaou Pingyen,趙

Colonel commanding Chang Kinkea,

gov.-gen.'s brigade.

炳言

Lt.-col. commanding Hoo Fungshin, 胡俸

governor's brigade.

Literary chancellor Lung Kesuy, 龍

Treasurer.

Judge.

Tang shoo-e,

Chang Tashun,

Grain commissioner Tung Tsungyuen,

* Now transferred to be Intendant of circuit at Shanghae.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

BIRTHPLACE OR Banner.

RANK.

PAY IN TAELS.

: 83

BUTTON.

Imperial household, pl. yellow. 4th principal. | 4,500|Opaque blue.

Tsinning chow, Yunnan.

do

4,500

do

Manchow, border white.

4th principal.

3,500 Opaque blue.

Gowning heën, Fühkeën. Mongol, plain red.

4th secondary.

1,600 Opaque blue.

Wootae heën, Shanse.

Shantung.

Manchow, border red.

Mongol, border yellow. Manchow, plain blue.

Leangchow heen, Keangsoo.

2d principal. 13,000 Carved coral.

1600 (ua sưp · of custome)

́Pingho heën, Fühkeën.

Hwuyke been, Chăkeằng.

2d secondary.

4,000

8,000 Carved coral.

>

3d principal.

6,000 Trans. blue.

4th principal.

2,400 Opaque blue.

do

3,000

do

Manchow, border yellow. Manchow, plain blue. Yangkaou heën, Shanse.

Manchow, border white.

Woochiten heën, Kwangtung.

(See above)

Tung chow, Keängsoo.

4th principal. | 2,000 Opaque blue.

4th principal.

2,600 Opaque blue.

Manchow, border red.

1st secondary.

15,000 Coral.

Kweigan heën, Chekeäng. Pŏ chow, Shantung. Sungpwan ting, Szechuen. Linkwei heen, Kwangse. Kweichuh heën, Kweichow. Hangyang heen, Hoonan.

Shangyuen heën, Keängsoo.

2d principal. 10,000 Carved coral.

2d secondary.

:4

3d principal.

14th principal. 4th principal.

3,000

8,000 Carved coral.

6,000 Trans. blue.

3,000 Opaque blue.

5

34

NAME OF PROVINCE.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

RANK.

INDIVIDUAL.

Salt commissioner, Tsow Cheyuh,

General at Kingchów Kangfuh,

foo, Lt..general,

ZE

賡福

官文

Honan.

河南

+

do.

2. Hoonan.

Governor,

Kwanwan,

Tiblingah,

德凌阿

孫淇

Luh Feitseuen,

Lt. col. commanding Sun Keyuen,

governor's brigade,

Literary chancellor, Leäng Tungsin'

Treasurer,

Judge,

| Hwang Kungchin, 黄貢珍

Grain commissioner Chin Tungsǎng, #4

Salt commissioner, Yang Pingkwăn,

Governor.

General in chief.

Goshungan,

Lt.-col. commanding Sung Chinyung,

governor's brigade.

| Ching Hwantsae, 程煥采

鄂順安

蕭時

Wang Keën,

Woo Shihfun,

何桂

Literary chancellor, Seaou Shefuh,

Treasurer,

Judge,

Shantung.

山東

Shange.

山西

Salt and Grain com- Kangchang,

missioner,

Governor and general Chang Lechung,

Bin-chief.

Lt.-col. commanding Yang Lin,

governor's brigade.

Literary chancellor, Ho Kweitsing,

Treasurer, Seutsĭhshun, 徐澤醇

Judge,

Lew Yuenhaou,劉源灝

Grain commissioner Kinglin,

Salt commissioner, Weitihching,

General of rivers, Chungtseäng,

Col. commanding gov.

of rivers' brigade, Le Kinghwae,

Governor and general in-chief.

Lt..col. commanding

韋德成

鍾祥

李景淮

Wang Twouchin, 王兆琛

governor's brigade. Lew Changtsing,

長清

#

:

PROVINCIAL GOVERNUR

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNer.

Fungching heën, Keängse.

Manchow, border blue.

Naturalized Chinese, pl, white,

Manchow, border white.

BANK.

PAY IN

TAELS.

BUTTON.

4th principal, 8,000 Opaque blue.

Tungheäng heën, Chĕkeäng.

Naturalized Chinese, pl. white.

Pwanyu heën, Kwangtung.

3d principal. | 10,000 Carved coral.

3,600

8,000 Carved coral.

6,500 Trans. blue.

2d secondary.

3d principal. 4th principal.

do

4,000 Opaque blue.

3,000

do

Ehing heen, Keängsoo, Sinkeen heën, Keängse,

Tseëntang heën, Chĕkeäng.. Kweigan heën, Chěkeäng.

Manchow, plain white.

Shantung.

Kae chow, Kweichow. Gankew heën, Shantung. Haefung heën, Shantung. Manchow, border yellow. Tungkwan ting, Shenpe, Shange.

2d principal. | 15,000 Carved coral.

2d secondary. 8,000 Carved coral. 3d principal.

8,440 Trans. blue.

4th principal

4,000 Opaque blue.

2d principal.

15,000 Carved coral.

Kwănming heën, Yunnan,

4,000

Naturalized Chinese, pl. blue.

2d secondary.

8,000 Carved coral.

Yungtsing heën, Chihle.

3d principal.

6,059 Trans. blue.

Manchow, plain white.

Nat'zed Chinese, border yellow.

4th principal. 4,000 Opaque blue.

Nat❜zed Chinese, border yellow. 2d principal. | ·8,000 Carved coral.

do

4,000

do

Wooseih heën, Chihle.

Fühshan heën, Shantung.

2d principal. 10,000|Carved coral.

Paling heën, Hoonan.

36

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

PRÖVINCE.

Shen Kan,

陝甘

Comprising

....

} SHENSE.

OFFICE.

INDIVIDUAL,

|Literary chancellor. Lung Yuenhe, 龍元靠

Treasurer. Pwan Tŏ,

Judge.

|Ming-e,

Salt commissioner. Wănkwang,

Governor-general. Pooyentae,

|Literary chancellor. Wang Tsoopei,

|Commanderin-chief Tomingah,

2 KANSUH.

21. Shense.

Ele.

伊犁

Governor.

Yang Etsăng,

Lt.-col. commanding (Vacant.) :

governor's brigade...

潘鐸

明誼

布彦

托明阿

楊以增

Tartar general. Tölihhantae, 托勒罕泰

Lt.-general.

do.

Treasurer.

. Judge.

|Señingah,

| Shwangching,

Hăngchung

西興阿

Yen Leängheun,嚴良

|Grain commissioner Hwang Tihleen, 黄德】

Salt commissioner. Tsunglun,

2. Kansuh.

Colonel commanding Tibshun, | gov.general's brigade.

Commander in chief Taeyung,

Treasurer.

Judge.

泰阿成春訓课綸 順湧河麟初保阿泰那玉阿那

-典雙恒良德崇 德臺祥雲致倫當興吉生迎拉

| Chang Tseängho, 張祥

Yunlin,

Salt commissioner. Lung Chetso0,

致初

General at Ningheä Shoolunpaou, 舒倫

foo.

·Lt.-general:

do.

Elihtangah, 伊

伊勒

Hingtae,

Director gen. of the Hölkeihna,哈拉

Mongols in Koko-nor.

Com-in-chief in Ganse Shih Sangyih, 石

(resident at Orogmtsi.)

General.in.chief.

Counsellor.

Sayingah,

Keiblặna,

薩迎

·PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

37

PAY IN

BIRTHPLACÉ OR BANNER.

RANK.

BUTTON. !

TAELS,

Shootih heën, Kwangtung.

4,000

Kängning heën, Keängsoo.

2d secondary.

8,000 Carved coral.

Mongol, plain yellow.

8d principal.

7,000 Trans. blue.

Naturalized Chinese, pl. yellow. 4th principal.

4,000 Opaque blue.

Manchow, plain white.

1st secondary.

20,000

Leaouching heën, Shantung,

5,000

Manchow, plain red.

Leaouching heën, Shantung. 2d principal.

12,000 Carved coral.

Mongol, plain yellow.

Mongol, plain blue.

Manchow, border white.

Manchow, plain white.

2d secondary.

8,000 Carved coral.

Woo heën, Keängsoo. Ganbwa heën, Hoopih. ‚Manchow, plain white.

3d principal.

5,000 Trans. blue.

4th principal.

2,400 Opaque blue.

do

2,000

do

Mongol, border yellow.

Manchow, plain blue.

Low heën, Keängsoo.

2d secondary.

7,000 Carved coral.

Naturalized Chinese, pl. yellow. 3d principal.

4,000 Trans. blue.

huntih heën, Kwangtung.

4th principal.

3,000 Opaque blue.

Manchow, plain red.

Manchow, plain white.

*Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, border yellow.

Chingching heën, Shense.

Manchow, border yellow.

Manchow, border blue.

38

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

PROVINCE.

Wooloomähtse,

OFFICE.

Sub. Counsellor. Chungtae,

INDIVIDUAL.

do.

Echangah,

do.

|Tötsinah,

do.

do.

Counsellor at Tarba-

gatae. Sub-counsellor.

do

Sub-counsellor at

Kashgar.

Resident at do.

|Yǒmingah,

Selǎpoo, i

Chingkae,

Toourhtungah, 都爾通

Elihtungah, 伊勒

|Seihlápoo,

|Shootsingah,

Gen. at Kashgar Chunfuh,

| Resident at Kooché. Tǐhtseuen, 「Resident at Aksoo. Shoohingah,

Sub-counsellor at |Chungseäng,

Wooshe.

「Asst. resident at do. Changtsing,

Counsellor at Yarkand

and director general of]

Mohammedan frontier.

Asst. counsellor. Keihming,

忠昌津明拉成通東拉情春德興鍾常 泰阿阿阿布凱阿阿布阿福全阿翔清

(Resident at Khoten. Tihlihkihnema, 德勒克呢嗎

Sub-counsellor at Tihling,

Yengi-hissar.

Sub-counsellor at Hwuylin,

Kur-kara-usu.

General.

Weilih,

(Vacant.)

吉明

德齡

惠林

惟勒

烏魯木齊 Sub-counsellor. |Chäläfuntae, 札拉芬泰

ÖROUMTSI.

Resident at Hami. Kingyun,.

Asst. resident.

Sub-counsellor at

Turfan.

Ganching,

Changchun,

Do. at Paleshin. Kingking,

Do. at Kooching. Ahyentä,

liasutai.

Lt.-general at Ou- Tǐheshun,

Director at do. |Chaylunto-

I

景亮

特依順

阿彥達

Urntse, 車倫多爾濟

!

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

8

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNER.

RANK.

PAY IN

TAELS.

BUTTON.

Manchow, border red.

Manchow, plain yellow.

Manchow, border red.

Manchow, plain yellow.

Mongol, plain red.

Manchow, border red.

Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, plain blue.

Manchow, border yellow.

Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, plain blue.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, plain red.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, border yellow.

Mongol, plain yellow.

Manchow, plain blue.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, plain blue.

Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, border white.

Manchow, border blue.

Manchow, plain yellow.

Mongol, border blue.

Manchow, plain blue.

A Foreigner.

40

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS. :

PROVINCN.

Wae Mungkoo,

外蒙古

OUTER MONGOLIA.

OFFICE.

Counsellor at Ting-

peën.

INDIVIDUAL,

Shenchow,

Resident at Koorun. Yühming,

Asst. resident. 「Tihihkih- 德勒克多爾佛

tourhtse.

Counsellor at Kobdo. Kwolfhmingah,

Asst. resident at do. Tourhtse-

Szechuen,

四川

Leäng Kwang,

兩廣

Comprising,

1. Kwangtung.

2. KwangsE.

namuhkae, 多爾濟那木凱

Governor-general. Keshen,

琦善

Lt.-col. commanding. (Vàcant.)

gov. general's brigade.]

Gen.at Chingtoo foo Leënking,

Lt..general. | Foolhhunggih, 富

Command.-in-chief. Heäng Yung,

Literary chancellor. Che Tsingyen,

Treasurer. Chin Szemei,

Judge.

Chang Tseihhing,

Salt and Tea commis- Woo Hằng,

sioner.

Governor-general. Keying,

1. Kwangtung.

Governor.

廉敬

勒洪額 向榮

陳士

E

耆英

| Seu Kwangtsin, 徐廣縉

Col. commanding, Kwǎnshow,

gov.-general's brigade.

Lt..col. commanding Kingyin,

governor's brigade.

Literary chancellor. Teeuenking,

Collector of customs. Kepoo,.

Lt. general Tartar Woolantae,

General & command-

er-in-chief at Canton.

Mühtingắn,

穆特

烏蘭泰

troops.

Admiral (at the

Lae Găntseŏ,

賴恩爵

Lt.-general of Chinese Tögantunggih, **

troops.

Bogue.)

Treasurer.

Judge.

Ye Mingchin,*

Le Changyǔb, 李煜

Grain commissioner Pîhkwei,

栢貴

Salt commissioner. Chaou Changling,.

Prefect of Canton.

(Vacant.)

Now filled by the governor Seu Kwangtsin, whose place is tnakn by the

treasurer Ye Mingchin.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNER.

RANK.

PAY IN

TAELS.

BUTTON.

Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, plain yellow.

Mongol, border yellow.

Manchow, border blue.

Mongol, border yellow.

Manchow, border yellow.

Manchow, border yellow.

Manchow, bordev white.

Taning heën, Szechuen.

1st secondary. 13,000 Coral.

41

Haeyen heën, Chěkeäng. Pingting chow, Shanse. Eching heën, Keängsoo. Jinho heên, Chěkeäng. Manchow, plain blue.

    Lubyih heën, Yunnan. Manchow, plain white. Manchow, plain yellow. Manchow, plain white.

Imperial household, pl. yellow.

Manchow, plain white.

Manchow, plain red.

Manchow plain white.

Singan heën, Kwangtung. Hanyang heën, Hoopih.

Chooching heën, Shantung. Mongol, plain yellow. Letsin heën, Shantung.

3,000

2d secondary. 3d principal.

8,000 Carved coral.

4,000 Trans. blue.

4th principal. 3,500 Opaque blue. 1st secondary. 25,000 Coral.

2d principal. 13,000 Carved coral.

4,500

2d secondary. 8,000 Carved coral.

3d principal.

4th principal.

3d secondary.

Yih Tang,易棠 acting.

14th secondary.

Trans. blue.

3,000 Opaque blue.

5,000, Trans. blue.

2,400 Opaque blue. Opaque

6

42:

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

PROVINCE.

KWANGTUNG.

Districts in

OFFICE,

Yuhwão,

Kŏ Yuching,

INDIVIDUAL...

| Chang Ketsow,張繼鄒

Showke,

Pang Pangmow,

Nanhae heën.

(Continued.)

Pwanyu heën.

Shunteh heën.

Tungkwan heën.

Ko Chaoufan,

Tsunghwa heën.

Seay Yuteing,

Lungmun heën.

Sinning heën.

Heängshan heën.

Sinhwui heën.

鄒祺晦凡倩雯誠樞鼎穎乂桂鼎恪春

壽邦超愚統汝應

Kwangchow foo.'sangching heën.

Sanshway lieën.

Tsingyuen heën. Singan heën.

Hwa heën.

Leu Yingchoo,

Luh Sunting,

Kew Tsaeying,

Ching Nae-e,

Ching Chaoukwei,

À ̈·

程乃ㄨ

Vang Mingting, E

Wa

Chang Tsungkŏ,

Prefect of Shaouchów. Hăngchun,

Inferior prefect of Wăn Sling, Nanheung chow.

Inf. prefect of Leën- Tehseun,

chow.

Inferior prefect of Lew Chih,

Leënshan ting.

Intendant of circuit of Leäng Singyuen,

these 5 departments.

General of this circuit Sun Keying,

Prefect of Hwuychow. Keäng Kwolin,

Prefect of Chaouchow Lew Tsin,

Inf. prefect of Keäying Yu Szeleih,

chow.

Inf. perfect of Füh- Woo Kiun,

kang ting.

Intendant of circuit of Yang Wanting, these 4 departments.

General of this circuit Le Heën,

Military com-in-chief Chang Tsingyun,

at Hwuychow too.

Prefect of Shaouking. Tsae Chinwoo,

Inf. prefect of Loting. She Pob,

Intendant of circuit of Chang Siblin, these 2 departments. |

才乃兆銘崇恒

德劉星洪國劉士

梁孫江

余士

#

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

43.

PAY IN

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNER.

RANK.

BUTTON.

TAELS.

Tsening chow, Shantung,

7th principal.

1,500

Gold, · ·

Nat'zed Chinese, border yellow.

do

1,500

do

}

Nanchang heën, Keängse.

do

1,000

do

Kweichuh heën, Kweichow.

do

1,000

do

Yunho heên, Chěkeäng.

do

600

do

Manchow, plain blue.

do

800

do

Tsening chow, Shantung.

do

800

do

Ningwoo heën, Shanse.

do

1,000

do

Tsingyuen heën, Chihle.

do

1,000

do

Kwangtse heën, Fuhkeën.

do

1,000

do

Tahing heën, Chíble.

do

1,200

do

Hwǎnyuen chow, Shanse.

do

1,000

do

Ganhwa heën, Kweichow.

do

800

do

Shayhung heën, Szechuen.

do

800

do

Manchow, border white.

4th secondary.

1,800 Opaque blue.

5th principal. |

1,600||

do

1,000

600

Pingheäng heën, Keängsc. Imp. household, border yellow. Yangching heën, Shanse.

Keshan heën, Shenge,

Naturalized Chinese, pl. white.

Tachŭh heën, Szechuen. Tseängfoo heën, Honan.

Fungtae heën, Ganhwuy. Tseëntang heën, Chěkeäng. Tingyuen heën, Ganhway.

Yangkeäng heën, Kwangtung.

Fooping heën, Shense.

Jinwo heën, Hoopih.

Chuenhwa chow, Chible.

Haou-e heën, Shanse.

4th principal. 3,000 Opaque blue.

4th secondary.

do

1.800

2,000 Opaque blue.

5th principal.

1,000

1,200

4th principal. 3,000 Opaque blue.

[4th secondary.}· 2.000

5th principal. 1,000|

4th principal. 3,000 Opaque blue.

44

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

PROVINCE.

OFFICE.

INDIVIDUAL.

General of this circuit. Wang Pangneën, E

KWANGTUNG. (Continued)

Prefect of Kaouchow. Ma Lewăn,

Yun Kwei,

雲貴 Comprising

[ YUNNAN,

2 KWEICHOW.

Prefect of Leenchow. Chang Pěbkwei,

Int. of circuit over Echinggih,

these 2 departments.

General of this circuit Yang Changsze,

I

Prefect of Luychow. Kew Kaeyih,

Prefect of Haenan I. Lin Hangneën,

General of land and Hung Mingheang,

sea forces at Haenan.

Intendant of circuit Hwang Tsunghan, Luychow and Haenan

2. Kwangse.

馬麗文

Governor, Ching Tsoochin, 鄭祖琛

Lt.-col. commanding

governor's brigade, Kweiming,

Naval and military, Ma Teënkeǎ,

commander-in-chief.

Kung Keyin,

FL #

Fung Tibhing,

馮德

Literary chancellor, Chow Heŏseun,

Treasurer,

Judge,

Salt commissioner, Tăng Chuenhing, Hà Gia

Governor-general. Lin Tsihseu, 林則徐

1 Yunnan.

Governor.

| Ching Yuětsae,程矞采

Col. commanding, Wantseun,

gov.-general's brigade.

Lt.-col. commanding Kwojinpoo,

governor's brigade.

文俊

果仁

Literary chancellor. Sun Yuhkwei, 孫毓

Treasurer,

Judge,

Chaou Kwangtsoo,趙光祖

Pootae,

Grain commissioner Wang Ekwei, 王貽桂

Salt commissioner, She Chefan,

2 Kweichow.

Governor.

Lt.-col. commanding.

governor's brigade.

普泰

史致蕃

Keaou Yungtseën, 喬用遷

Tunggan,

通安

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

45

BIRTHPLACE or banner.

BANK.

PAY IN

PAELS,

BUTTON.

Keungshan heën, Kwangtung.

Pookiun heën, Hoopìh.

4th secondary:

1,800 Opa

1,800 Opaque blue.

Seaoushan heën, Chěkeäng.

do

1,500

do

1

Manchow, plain red.

3,000

Changsha heën, Hoonan.

4th secondary.

.do

1,500 Opaque blue.

1,800

do

Tahing heën, Chihle. Howkwan heën, Fühkeën. Tungkwan heën, Kwangtung.

Tsinkeäng heën Fühkeën.

Wooching heën, Chěkeäng.

Mongol, plain white. Ching chow, Honan.

Wooching heën, Chĕkeäng. Tanghae heën, Yunnan. Tsening chow, Shantung. Keängling heën, Hoopih. Howkwan heën, Fühkeën.

Sinkeën heën, Keängse. Mongol, border yellow.

4th principal. 3,000 Opaque blue,

2d principal. |10,000|Carved coral.

2,000

21

secondary.

5,600 Carved coral.

3d principal.

4,900 Trans. blue.

4th principal.

2,360 Opaque blue.

1st secondary.

20,000 Coral.

2d principal. 10,000 Carved coral.

Manchow, border red.

Tsening chow, Shantung.

4,000

Loolung heën, Chible.

2d principal.

8,000 Carved coral.

Manchow, plain yellow. Yuenping heën, Chible. Yuenping heên, Chihle.

3d principal.

5,000 Trans. blue.

4th principal.

5,900 Opaque blue.

do

4,000

do

Heaouhan heën, Hoopih. Mongol, plain blue.

2d secondary. 10,000 Carved coral.

46

PROVINCE.

KWEICHOW. (Continued)

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

OFFICE.

INDIVIDUAL.

Literary chancellor.fing Keäpaou, TR

Treasurer. Lo Jaouhing,

Judge.

羅繞興

Woo Chinyih,

吳振械

孫起瑞

Grain commissioner Sun Ketwan,

THE NINE RANKS.

   The grades of officers in the Chinese government are distinguish- ed by various insignia into nine ranks, the officers in each of which are subdivided into principal and secondary, the order of precedence being according to these ranks, and civilians going before military

The insignia are here given.

men.

   Civilians of the first rank wear a precious ruby or transparent red stone; a stork is embroidered on the back and breast of the robe, and the girdle clasp of prehnite set in rubies; military men differ only in having a unicorn instead of a stork, their buttons and clasps being the same as civilians. On common occasions, red coral but-. tons are worn. The chief ministers belong to the principal; and the presidents, censors, and guardians of the heir apparent, to the secondary.

   Civilians of the second rank wear a red carved coral button, a robe embroidered with a golden pheasant, and a girdle clasp of gold set in, rubies; the lion is emblazoned on the military. The secondary guardians of the prince, governor-generals, and vice-presidents of the Boards belong to the principal; ministers in the cabinet, Hanlin, governors, and treasurers of provinces, to the secondary.

   Civilians of the third rank carry a sapphire, and one-eyed pea- cock's feather, a robe with a peacock worked on the breast, and a clasp of worked gold; military officers have a leopard instead of a peacock. Deputy censors, presidents of the courts, and provincial judges are principal; salt commissioners are secondary.

Civilians of the fourth rank are distinguished by a blue opaque stone, a crane on the breast, and a clasp of worked gold with a silver button; military officers carry a tiger instead of a crane. Vice-pre- sidents of the courts, and intendants of circuit are principal; pre- fects and superintendents of some subordinate courts, are secondary. ·

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PAY IN

BIRTHPLACE OR BANNER,

RANK.

BUTTON.

Wootsiu heën, Keängsoo. Ganhwa heën, Honan. Tseëntang heën, Chěkeäng. Tungching heën, Ganhwuy.

2d secondary

TAELS.

2,700

4,500 Carved coral.

3d principal.

3,000 Trans., blue.

4th principal.

2,000 Opaque blue.

     Civilians of the fifth rank are denoted by a crystal button, a silver pheasant on the breast, and a clasp of plain gold with a silver button'; the bear is the escutcheon of military men. Sub-prefects and pre- fects of inferior chow departments, che-chow in Chible, and heads of some courts, are principal; readers in the Hanlin yuen, and assist- ants to the intendants of circuit, are secondary.

     Civilians of the sixth rank wear an opaque white shell button, a blue plume, an egret worked on the breast, and a mother-of-pearl clasp; military men bear a pien, or little tiger. District magistrates in Chihle, and secretaries of officers are principal; che-chow magis- trates are secondary.

     Civilians of the seventh rank have a plain gold button, a partridge on the breast, and a clasp of silver; a rhinoceros designates the military, as it also does in the next rank. District magistrates be long to this rank.

     The eighth rank wear a worked gold button, a quail on the breast, and a clasp of clear horn. Assistant district magistrates and sub- secretaries belong to this rank.

     The ninth rauk are distinguished by a worked silver button, a sparrow on the breast, and a clasp of buffalo's horn; military men are marked by a sea-horse embroidered on the robe. Jailers, vil- lage elders, district treasurers, &c., belong to the lowest rauk.

AN ACT

GIVING CERTAIN JUDICIAL Powers

TO

MINISTERS AND CONSULS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, to carry into full effect the provisions of the treaty of July third, eighteen hundred and forty-four, with the Chinese empire, the commissioner and the consuls of the United States, duly appointed to reside in China, shall, in addition to the other powers and duties imposed upon them by the provisions of said treaty, be vested with the judicial authority herein ́described, which shall appertain to the said office of commissioner and consul,

and be a part of the duties belonging thereto.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That, in regard to crimes and misdemeanors, the said public functionaries are hereby fully empowered to arraign, and try, in the manner herein provided, all citizens of the United States charged with offences against law, which shall be committed in the dominions of China, including Ma- cao, and, upon conviction, to sentence such offenders in the manner herein au- thorized; and the said functionaries, and each of them, are hereby authorized to issue all such processes as are suitable and necessary to carry this authority into

execution.

SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That, in regard to civil rights, whether of property or person, the said functionaries are hereby vested with all the judicial authority necessary to execute the provisions of said treaty, and shall entertain jurisdiction in matters of contract at the port where, or nearest to which, the con- tract was made, or at the port at which, or nearest to which, it was to be execut. ed; and in all other matters at the port where, or nearest to which, the cause of controversy arose, or at the port where, or nearest to which, the damage com. plained of was sustained-any such port abovcnamed being always one of the five mentioned in the treaty; which jurisdiction shall embrace all controversies be. tween citizens of the United States or others provided for by said treaty.

SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That such jurisdiction in criminal and civil matters shall, in all cases, be exercised and enforced in conformity with the laws of the United States, which are hereby, so far as is necessary to execute said treaty, extended over all citizens of the United States in China, (and over all others to the extent that the terms of the treaty justify or require,) so far as such laws are suitable to carry said treaty into effect; but in all cases where such laws are not adapted to the object, or are deficient in the provisions necessary to furnish suitable remedies, the common law shall be extended in like manner such citizens and others in China; and if defects still remain to be supplied, and

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neither the common law nor the statutes of the United States furnish appropriate and suitable remedies, the commissioner shall, by decrees and regulations which shall have the force of law, supply such defects and deficiencies.

SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That, in order to organize and carry into effect the system of jurisprudence demanded by said treaty, the commissioner, with the advice of the several consuls for the five ports named in said treaty, or so many of them as can be conveniently assembled, shall prescribe the forms of all processes which shall be issued by any of said consuls; the mode of executing and the time of returning the same; the manner in which trial shall be conducted, and how the records thereof shall be kept; the form of oaths for Christian witness- es, and the mode of examining all other witnesses; the costs which shall be al- lowed to the prevailing party, and the fees which shall be paid for judicial services to defray necessary expenses; the manner in which all officers and agents to execute process, and to carry this act into effect, shall be appointed and compen. sated; the form of bail bonds, and the security which shall be required of the party who appeals from the decision of a consul; and generally, without further enu. meration, to make all such decrees and regulations from time to time, under the provisions of this act, as the exigency may demand; and all such regulations, and orders shall be plainly drawn up in writing, and submitted, as above provided, for the advice of the consuls, or as many of them as can be consulted without pre- judicial delay or incovenience, who shall each signify his assent or dissent in writ ing, with his name subscribed thereto; and after taking such advice, and con. sidering the same, the commissioner may, nevertheless, by causing the decrec, order, or regulation, to be published with his signature thereto, and the opinions of his advisers inscribed thereon, to become binding and obligatory until annulled or modified by Congress, and it shall take effect from the publication or any subsequent day thereto named in the act.

      SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That all such regulations, orders, and decrces shall, as specdily as may be after publication, be transmitted by the com. missioner, with the opinions of his advisers, as drawn up by them severally, to the President, to be laid before Congress for revision.

Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That each of the consuls aforesaid, at the port for which he is appointed, shall be competent under the authority herein contained, upon facts within his own knowledge, or which he has good reason to believe true, or upon complaint made, or information filed in writing and authenticated in such way as shall be prescribed by the commissioners, to is. sue his warrant for the arrest of any citizen of the United States charged with committing in China an offence against law; and when arrested, to arraign and try any such offender; and upon conviction, to sentence him to punish- ment in the manner herein prescribed; always meting out [punishment] in a manner proportioned to the offence,, which punishment shall, in all cases, except as is herein otherwise provided, be either fine or imprisonment.

SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That any çonsul, when sitting alone for the trial of offences, shall finally decide all cases where the fine imposed does not ex- ceed one hundred dollars, or the term of imprisonment does not exceed sixty days. and there shall be no appeal therefrom, except as provided in section 11 of this act. SEC. 9. And be it further enacted, That when sitting alone he may also decide all cases in which the fine imposed does not exceed five hundred dollars, or the

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 term of imprisonment does not exceed ninety days; but in all such cases, if the fine exceeds one hundred dollars, or the imprisonment exceeds ninety days, the defendant may, by complying with the requirements in cases of appeal, carry the case before the commissioner by appeal.

  SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, That whenever in any case the consul shall be of opinion that, by reason of the legal questions which may arise therein, assist. ance will be useful to him, or whenever he shall be of opinion that a severer pu- nishment than those above specified will be required, he shall, in either case, sum- mon one or more citizens of the United States, not exceeding four in number, but in capital cases not less than four, who shall be persons of good repute and com- p: tent to the duty, to sit with him in the trial, and who, after so sitting upon the 'rial, shall each enter upon the record his judgment and opinion, and sign the same. The consul shall, however, decide the case; but if his decision is opposed by the opinion of one or more of his associates, the case, without further proceedings, to. gether with the evidence and opinions, shall be referred to the commissioner for his final adjudication, either by entering up judgment therein, or remitting the same to the consul with instructions how to proceed therewith; but in all such cases, except capital offences, if the consul and his associates concur in opinion the decision shall be final.

SEC. 11. And be it further enacted, That the consuls aforesaid, and each of them, at the port for which he is appointed, shall have jurisdiction, as is herein provided, in all civil cases arising under said treaty, wherein the damage de- manded does not exceed the sum of five hundred dollars; and if he sees fit to de. cide the same without aid, his decision thereon shall be final; but if in his judg- ment any case involves legal perplexities, and assistance will be useful, or if the damage demanded exceeds five hundred dollars, in either such case it shall be his duty to summon to his aid not less than two, nòr more than three, citizens of the United States, of good repute and competent to the duty, who shall with him hear any such case; and if the consul and his associates concur in opinion, the judg. ment shall be final; but if the associates, or any of them, differ from the consul, the opinions of all shall be noted on the record, and each shall subscribe his name to his assent to, or dissent from, the consul, with such reasons therefor as he thinks proper to assign, and either party may thereupon appeal, under such regu. lations as may exist, to the commissioner; but if no appeal is lawfully claimed, the decision of the consul shall be final and conclusive.

SEc. 12. And be it further enacted, That in all cases, oriminal and civil, the evidence shall be taken down in writing in open court, under such regulations as may be made for that purpose; and all objections to the competency or cha- racter of testimony shall be noted down, with the ruling in all such cases, and the evidence shall be part of the case.

  · Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That the commissioner of the United States shall, in addition to his power to make regulations and decrees, as is herein pro- vided, be fully authorized to hear and decide all cases, criminal and civil, which may come before him under the provisions of this act, and to issue all procesKUU necessary to execute the power conferred upon him ; and he is hereby fully em

· powered to decide finally any case upon the evidence which comes up with it, or to hear the parties further, if he thinks justice will be promoted thereby'; and he may also prescribe the rules upon which new trials may be granted, either by the con.

uls, or by himself, if asked for upon justifiable grounds.

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      Src. 14. And be it further enacted, That in all cases, except as in herein otherwise provided, the punishment of crime provided for by this act shall be by fine or imprisonment, or both, at the discretion of the functionary who decides the case, but subject to the regulations herein contained, and such as may hereafter be made. It shall, however, be the duty of each and every functionary to allot punishment according to the magnitude and aggravation of the offence, and all who refuse or neglect to comply with the sentence passed upon them shall stand committed until they do comply, or are discharged by order of the consul, with the consent of the commissioner.

       SEC. 15. And be it further enacted, That murder and insurrection, or rebellion against the Chinese government, with intent to subvert the same, shall be capi- tal offences, punishable with death; but no person shall be convicted of either of said crimes unless the consul and his associates in the trial all concur in opinion, and the commissioner also approves of the conviction; but it shall always be law. ful to convict one put upon trial for either of these crimes of a lesser offence, of s tsimilar character, if the evidence justifies it; and when so convicted, to punish as for other offences, bý fine or imprisonment, or both.

      Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, That whenever any one shall be convicted of either of the crimes punishable with death, as aforesaid, it shall be the duty of the commissioner to issue his warrant for the execution of such convict, appoint. ing the time, place, and manner; but if the said commissioner shall be satisfied that the ends of public justice demand it, he may, from time to time, postpone

■uch execution; and if he finda mitigatory circumstances which may authorize it. may submit the case to the President of the United States for pardon.

      Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the commis. sioner to establish a tariff of fees for judicial services, which shall be paid by such parties, and to such persons, as said commissioner shall direct ; and the proceeds shall, as far as is necessary, be applied to defray the expenses incident to the execution of this act; and regular accounts, both of receipts and expenditures, shall be kept and laid before Congress by the commissioner annually.

       Sec. 18. And be it further enacted, That in consideration of the duties herein imposed upon the commissioner, there shall be paid to him, out of the treasury of the United States, annually, the sum of one thousand dollars in addition to his salary; and there shall also be paid, annually, to each of said consuls, for a like reason, the sum of one thousand dollars in addition to consular fees.

      SEc. 19. And be it further enacted, That, in all criminal cases which are not of a heinous character, it shall be lawful for the parties aggrieved or concerned therein, with the assent of the commissioner or consul, to adjust and settle the same among themselves, upon pecuniary or other considerations.

      Şec. 20. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty also of the com. missioner and the consuls to encourage the settlement of controversies of a civil character by mutual agreement, or to submit them to the decision of referees agreed upon by the parties, a majority of whom shall have power to decide the matter. And it shall be the duty of the commissioner to prepare a form of sub- Inission for such cases, to be signed by the parties and acknowledged before the consul; and when parties have so agreed to refer, the referees may, after suitable notice of the time and place of meeting for the trial, proceed ex parte, in case either party refuses or neglects to appear; and, after hearing any case, may deliver their award sealed to the consul, who, in court, shall open the same; and

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if he accepts it, he shall endorse the fact, and judgment shall be rendered thereon, and execution issue in compliance with the terms thereof: Provided, however, That the parties may always settle the same before return thereof is made to the consul.

    Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, That the commissioner and the consuls shall be fully authorized to call upon the Chinese authorities to sustain and sup- port them in the execution of the powers confided to them by said treaty, and on their part to do and perform whatever is necessary to carry the provisions of said treaty into full effect, so far as they are to be executed in China.

    SEC. 22. And be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act, so far as the same relates to crimes committed by citizens of the United States, shall extend to Turkey, under the treaty with the Sublime Porte of May seventh, eighteen hundred and thirty, and shall be executed in the dominions of the Sublime Porte, in conformity with the provisions of said treaty, by the minister of the United States, and the consuls appointed by the United States to reside therein, who are hereby ex officio vested with the powers herein contained, for the purposes above expressed, so far as regards the punishment of crime.

SEC. 23. And be it further enacted, That the word commissioner, when used in this act, shall be understood to mean the persons vested with and exercising the principal diplomatic functions in China; and the word minister, as meaning the person vested with the powers of chief diplomatic functionary of the United States in Turkey. The word consul shall be understood to mean any person vested by the United States with, and exercising, the consular authority in any of the five ports in China named in the treaty, or in any port in Turkey.

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    Sɛc. 24. And be it further enacted. That all such officers shall be responsible for their conduct to the United States and to the laws thereof, not only as diplo- matic functionaries and commercial functionaries, but as judicial officers when they perform judicial duties, and shall be held liable for all negligences and mis- conduct as public officers.

APPROVED,

August 11th, 1848,

JAMES K. POLK.

ROB'T. C. WINTHROP,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

DAVID R. ATCHISON,

President pro tem. of the Senate.

مستند

United States of America, Department of State.

To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: I certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of" An act to carry into effect certain provisions in the treaties between the United States and China and the Ottoman Porte, giving certain judicial powers to ministers and consuls of the United States in those countries;" copied from, and carefully collated with the original roll on file in this Department.

L. S

In testimony whereof, I, James Buchanan, Secretary of State of the United States, have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the Seal of the Department of State to be affixed. Done at the city of Washington, this twenty-eighth day of August, a. p. 1848, and of the Independence of the United States the seventy-third. JAMES BUCHANAN.

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WEIGHTS IN USE AMONG THE CHINESE.

In China, most unmanufactured articles are sold by weight, not excepting liquids, wood, silk, cloth, grain, and live stock. Grain is however retailed by measure. The minor decimal weights are used in weighing bullion, pearls, precious stones, valuable drugs, &c. There are three instruments for weighing, viz., the balances, steelyards, and money scales. Balances are used for weighing large sums of money; standard weights are furnished by the Board of Revenue at Peking, from 100 taels down to one cash, made of brass. The steelyard is made of wood, marked off into catties, mace, &c.; the largest of them will weigh two or three peculs; it is called dotchin by foreigners, a word corrupted from tok-ching, to weigh. The counterpoise is usually a piece of stone, and so common is its use, that no one goes to már- ket without carrying a dolchin. The money scales are merely a small ivory yard like the dolchin, used to weigh money, pearls and small things.

The chik (cubit, covid, or Chinese foot) fixed by the Mathematical Board at Peking is 13.125 English inches; that used by tradesmen at Canton varies from 14.625 to 14.81 inches; that employed by the engineers of public works is 12.7 inches, and that by which distance is usually measured is 12.1 nearly. At Canton, an English yard or má is reckoned at 2 chih 4 1sun, which makes the English foot equal to 8 tsun. The chih is reckoned in the new tariff at 14.1 English inches, which is about the average length of this measure in Canton; this rate makes the chẳng to be 141 inches, or 314 yds.; the usual length of a cháng:in Canton, is a very little over 4 yds., though some of them are but a little over 11 feet. The foot-rule of tailors is called pái tsien chik, and the shorter one of masons chau tung chih. The cháng varies ac- cording to the chih.

The weights known among the Chinese are as follows :

1 kernel of millet (-) is one 黍。

10 skú

10 lui

or kernels make one

make one. At chú;

24 chú Pik make one tael Huy Giáng : 16 taels make one catty Ħ kin;

2 catties make one' yin;

30 catties make one 鈞 kiun:

lui;

shú:

100 catties make one pecultán (lit. a load);

120 catties make one stone

shik.

    The money weights are liáng, tsien, fan, lí, or taels, mace, canda- erens, and cash, decreasing in a decimal proportion; the copper coin called cash is named tsjen, because it originally weighed a mace.

CANTON LINGUISTS' FEES.

The following SCALE or LINGUISTS' FEES, adopted at a GENERAL MEETING of the Canton British CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, held on the 16th September, 1847, and agreed to by the Linguists' Establishments, CHING-HO, KWAN-HO, TAE-HO, HO-SANG, and SHUN-WO, came into operation at Canton on 17th September, 1847.

The FEES ON IMPORTS to be paid by CONSIGNEES; on EXPORTS, by the ACTUAL Shippers, whether Foreigners or Chinese, and on SHIPS by the AGENT for the VESSEL.

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IMPORTS.

EXPORTS.

ARTICLES.

Fee.

Per Chop of

ARTICLES.

Fee. Per Chop of

Raw Cotton, Bombay

$6

100 Bales

Tea..

$6

300 chests

Bengal..

$6

110 99

Madras

$6

110

"

Yarn.....

Cotton Yarn

Shirtings and other Cotton Goods.

Bombazette, Camlets, Lastings, and

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80 bls. of 400 lbs

Raw Silk and Silk Piece Goods. Nankeens, brown and blue.. Alum, Cassia Ligne &, Buds and Oil,

$6

100 peculs

$6

20,000 pieces

86 4,000 pcs.40 yds || .

China and Galangal Root, Bam-

boo and Rattan ware, Camphor,

Long Ells,

Spanish Stripes & other Broadcloth

Metals,-Iron, Lead, Spelter, Steel,)

Copper, Tin Plates, and all other Metals,

Agar-Agar, Betel-nut, Bicho.de.

Mar, Cloves, Cutch, Cochineal,

Ebony, Flints, Fishmaws, Gam.

bier, Ġums, Hides, Pepper,

Putchuck, Rattans, Saltpetré,

Sandalwood, Sapan, and Red. wood, Smalts, Window and

Broken Glass,

Rice..

Other Articles in proportion.

$61,400 pieces

Chinaware, Copper ware, Fire-

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86

840

works, Hartall, Lacquered ware,

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$6

300 peculs

Paper, Rhubarb, Star Aniseed and

Aniseed Oil, Tobacco, Vermilion,

Other Articles in proportion.

800 peculs

SHIPS.

$6

300

On each Ship reporting inwards, exceeding 150 tons register

$10

$6

600

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BRITISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Canton, 17th September, 1847.

W. H. WARDLEY, Acting Secretary.

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$

Amt.

Ti.. 715 a 1000 dis,

1300 cash

Amount.

Cente.

mcc

mcc

mcc

Cash.

Dollars.

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Table for Converting Dollars into Taels.

Tis. 717 Ti. 720 a 1000 dis.ļa 1000 dls. to a dollar

717 taela per 1000 dollars.

T m. c c.

720 tarls per 1000 dollars.

T. m. c.

715 tacle per 1000 dollars.

T. m. c. c.

007

007

007

13

,49

0.378

0.350

0.352

2

014

014 | 014

26

,50

0.357

0.358

0.360

3

021

021

021

39

,75

0.537

0.536 0.54

4 028

028

028

52

0.715

0.717 0.72

5

035

035 036

65

2

1.340

1.434 1.44

I

042 043 043

78

3

2.145

2.151 2.16

049 050

050

91

056

057

057

104

9

064

064

064

117

10 071

071

072

130

11

078

079

079

143

45678

2.860

2.868 2.88'

3.575

3.585 3.60

4.290

4.302 4.32

5.005

5.019 5.04

5.720

5.736

5.76

I

12 085

085 086

156

9

6.435

6.453 6.48

13

092 093 093

169

10

7.150

7.170. 7.20

14

099

100

100

482

11

7.865

7.887 7.92

15

106

107

108

195

12

8.580

8.604

8.64

16 113

114

115

208

13

9.295

9.321

9.36

17 | 121

121

122

221

14

10.010

10.038

10.08

18 128

128

129

234

15

10.725

10.755 10.80

19

135 136

136

247

16

11.440

11.472 11.52

20 142 143

144

260

17

12.155

12.189 12.24

21 22 156 157

149 150

151 273

18

12.870

12.906 12.96

158

286

19

13.585

13.623 13.68

23 163 164 165 299

20

14.300

14.340 14.40

24

170 171 172 312

21

15.015

15.057

15.12

25 178 179 180 325

22

15.730

15.774 15.84

26 185 186 187

338

23

16.445

16.491 16.56

27 192 193

194

351

24

17.160 17.208 17.27

28 199 200

201

364

25

17.875

17.925 18.00

29 206 207

208

377

30

21.450 21.510 21.60

30 213 214 216

390

40

28.600

28.680 28.80

31 220 221

223

403

50 35.750

35.850 36.00

32 227 | 229

230 | 416 |

60--42.900

43.020 ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄43:20~

33 | 234 | 236 | 237

429

75 53.625

53.775 54.00

34 242 243 244

442

80

57.20

57.36

57.60

35 249 250 36 256 257 37 263 264 266 481 38 270 272 273 494 39 277 .279 | 280

252

455

90

64.35

64.53

64.80

259 468

100

71.50

71.70 72

507

40 284 286 288

520

41 291 293 295

533

42 299 300

302

546.

600

1.50 107.25 107.55 108 200 143.00 | 143.40 300214.50 215.10 ·'216 400 286.00 286.80 1288 500 357:50 358.50 360

429.00 430.20 432

1-44

43 306 307 309

559

700 500.50501.90

504

44 313 315 316

572

800572.00 573.60

576

45 320 322 324

585

900 | 643.50 |645.30648

46 327 329 331

599

1000 | 715.00 |717.00

720

720 Lirls for 1000 dla

C. (.

C. In.

Amount.

ma. cand.

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Table for Converting Taels into Dollars.

715 tarla | 717 terle

for 1000 ul., for 1000 dls.

C. 1.

D. cente

jui taula per 1000 dollars.

10 tacia per 1000 dollars.

A mount.

715 this pot 1000 dollars.

T.m.c.

D. centa

D.

cents

013

013

013

0.47

0.657

0 655

0.652

234567D

-027

027

027

0.48

0.671

0.669

0.666

041

041

041

0.49

0.655 |

0.693

1.680

055

055

055

0 50

0.699

0.697

1.694

069

069

069

0.72

1.006

1.004

1.000

083

093 083

I tel

1.393

1.394

1.568

097

097

097

2

2.797

2.769

2.777

111 [1]

111

3

4.195

4.184

4.166

125

125

125

5.594

5.578

5.555

10 139

139

138

6.993

6.973

6.944

11

153

153

152

8.391

8.363

8 333

12

163

167

166

9.790

9.762

9.722

13

191

181

180

11.188

11.157

31.011

14

195

195

194

9

12.587 12.552

12.500

15

209

209

207

10

13.936

13.947

13.888

16

223

223

221

11

15.384

15.341 15.277

17

237

237

225

12

16.783

16.736

16.666

18

251

251

249

13

18.181

18.131

18.055

19 265

265

263

14

19.580

19.525 19.443

20

279

278

277

15

20.979

20.920 20.833

21

293

292

291 16

22.377

22.315 22.222

22

307

306

305 17

23.776

23.709

23.611

23

321

320

319 18

25.174

25 104

25.000

21

335

334

333 19

26.573

26.499

26.388

25

349

349

346 20

27.972

27.894

27.777

26

363

362

360

21

29.370

29.288

29.166

27 377

376

374 22

30.769

306-3

30.555

23

391

390

383 23

32.167

32.078

31.944

29

405

404 402 24

33.566

33.472 33.333

30

419

418 416 25

34.965 34.867

34.722

31

433

432

430 30

41.958

41.840

41.666

32

447

446

444 40

55.944

55.788

55.555

33

461

460 458 50

69.930 69.735 69.444

31

475

474 472 75

104.895

104.602 104.166

35 439

488

465 90

36

503

542

499 100

37 517

516

503 150

38

531

530

39

41

40 559 573

42 597

5-5

        527 200 544 544

541 300 557 555 400 571

569 500 583 600

43

601 599

597 700

44

615 613

611 800

45

629 627

624 900

46 643

641

638 1000

125.874 139.860 139.470| 133.888

209.790| 209.205 205.332 279.720| 278.940| 277.777 416.580| 418.410| 416.666 559.440| 557.880|555.555 699.300| 697.350 | 694.444 838.160| 836.820| 833.333 979.020|976.290| 972.222 1148.880|1115.760 |1111.HI |1258,741|1255.320|1250.000 1398.601|1394.700 1388.888

125.520 125.000

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PRINCIPAL FESTIVALS OBSERVED by the

CHINESE.

Jan. 2d.-XIIth inoon, 8th day. Ancient festival of the prince and his officers going on the annual hunt. Also of the Jůlái Budha.

    Jan. 18th.-XIIth moon, 24th day. The god of the furnace ascends to heaven to report up. n the conduct of the family to the Gemmeous August Shángtí; hence people pay their adorations to that deity, and sié sáu, thank the furnace.' This popular superstition, though not peculiar to any class, seems most closely allied to the Tau sect.

Jan. 23d.-XIIth moon, 30th day. All the gods descend to the earth.

Jan. 24th.-Ist moon, Ist day. Yuen tán, the first morning, or new year's day. The period of new year is almost the only time of universal holiday in China. Other times and seasons are regarded only by a few, or by particular classes-but the new year is accompanied with a general cessation of business. The officer, the merchant, and the laborer, all equally desist from work, and zealously en. gage in visiting and feasting,-occasionally making offerings at the temples of those deities whose peculiar aid they wish to implore. Government offices are closed for about ten days before, and twenty days after new year; during which period none but very important business is transacted. On the last evening of the old year, all tradesmen's bills and small debts are paid. This is perhaps the reason why it is cailed chú seik, the evening of dismissal.'

Jan. 25th.-Ist moon, 2d day. Ché Tá-yuen shwái; a deified warrior. Jan. 29th.-Ist moon, 6th day. Ting-kwáng, a Budhist sage, born.

    Jan. 30th -Ist moon, 7th day.-Jin jih, 'inan-day. The first ten days of the year are named after various animals, 'fowl.day,' 'dog-day,' &c., of which the seventh, man.day,' is the greatest.

Feb. 1st.-Ist inoon. 9th day. the highest of the Tau sect.

Yuh-hwáng Shángtí birthday's; this deity is

Feb. 2d.-Ist moon, 10th day. they are this day placed on the protection; and the ceremony is months.

Feb. 4th-Ist moon, 12th day. Leih chun terin, or festival of spring. This day, the period of the sun reaching the 15th degree in Aquarius, is one of the chief days of the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated with great pomp as well by the government as by the people. In every capital city, there are made, at this period, two clay images, of a man and a buffalo. The day previous to the festi. val, the chítú, or chief city magistrate, goes out to ying chun, meet spring; on which occasion children are carried about on men's shoulders, each vying with his- neighbor in the gorgeousness and fancifulness of the children's dresses. The fol lowing day, being the day of the festival, the prefect again appears as priest of Spring, in which capacity he is, for the day, the first man in the province. Hence the chief officers do not move from home on this day. After he has struck the buffalo with a whip two or three times, in token of commencing the labors of agriculture, the populace then stone the image, till they break it in pieces. The festivities continue ten days.

Wú tú shin kiun, five lares of the household ; ground in various quarters of the house for its repeated on the tenth of the four following

    Feb. 7th.-Ist moon. 15th day.-Shái-tang, or feast of lanterns, so called by Europeans. At night all classes illuminate the temples, houses, shops, &c. with fanciful lanterns, and assemble at convivial parties, called lantern feasts. Offer- ings of lanterns are made at the temples of the gods.

   Feb. 11th-1st moon. 19th day. Cháng.chun, a celebrated physician born; deified by the Táuists. His slirïne is placed in doctor's shops.

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      Feb. 13th-Ist moon, 21st day. Two images of children are placed behind the dorm of dwellings for protecting it, and increasing the prosperity of the in. mates; they are called Shen trái tungtaz'.

Feb. 24th.-Ild moon, 2d day. The household gods born. These are called Tú tí, and Fuh-shin, gode of happiness. They include all classes of household deities. At this period plays are performed at the public offices, and in the streets; while rockets and other fireworks are let off.

Feb. 25th.-IId moon, 3d day. Wancháng tí kiun, god of learning born. His image is placed in the temples of Confucius and the offices of literary magistrates. Scholars worship him.

Feb. 28th.-Ild moon, 6th day. Tung-wá Tí-kiun born; a god of the Táu

scct.

      March 7th-IId moon, 13th day. Hungshing, god of the south sea, born. This is a southern deity, whose worship is chiefly confined to Canton, where it is celebrated with much pomp and display. Same day, the birthday of Yoh Fí, a faithful minister of the Sung dynasty,

       March 9th.-IId moon. 15th day. Láukiun born. Láukiun, called also Láu-taz', an ancient sage, and the founder of the Tau sect, was partly contein. porary with Confucius. The latter in his youth took lessons from Láutsz' on the subject of sacrificial rites. The principal deities of the Táu sect are-Sán taing, three pure ones,-Shangtí, a supreme ruler, subordinate to those three, and an infinity of inferior gods, and deified men.

      March 13th -Ild moon, 19th day. Kwányin's birthday; she is the great god. deas of Budhists.

March 20th.-IId moon, 25th day.

Hiuen-tien shing sú, birthday of the fa.

This day

ther of the Shangtí of the sombre heavens; a god of the Táu sect.

      March 26th.-IIld moon, 3d day. Hiuen-tien Shangti, the Supreme Ruler of the sombre heavens; the festival of the second deity of the Rationalists. is also the festival of Peh tí, god of the north pole.

April 5th.-IIId moon, 13th day. April 6th.-IIId moon, 14th day. April 7th.-IIId moon, 15th day. Hiuen-tán Yuon-shwái born; worshiped in households. I'-ling Tái.tí born; a celebrated physician worshiped by sick persons.

April 10th.-IIId moon, 18th day. Hau-tí Niángniáng, the goddess of earth. April 12th.-IIId moon, 20th day. Tsz'-sun Niáng-niảng, the goddess of child- ren, worshiped by those who wish children.

Tsing-ming term,-festival of the tombs. Chung-yáng Wú táu born.

      April 30th.-IVth moon, 8th day. Sán kiái shing-yé, or holy lords of the three borders; worshiped in the yards or courts of houses to propitiate the powers of nature.-Same day is the festival of the present Budha, Shih kiá Ju-lai.

      At this period of the year the Chinese everywhere repair to the tombs with offerings of food, which, after the spirits of the deccased have fed on the spiritual portion, they themselves partake of. The weather at this time being usually fine, the weeds and dirt are cleared away from the tombs, and any repairs requisite in the brick work are made.

      April 15th.-IIId moon, 23d day. Tien hau, or the Queen of heaven, born. This female deity was a native of Fuhkien; and has become the goddess of sail. ors, who are mostly of that province. Her temples are numerous, and her wor- ship is costly.

April.-About the middle of this month, on a fortunate day in the 3d moon, the grand agricultural ceremony is performed, at Peking by the emperor and his ministers, and in all the provinces by the head officers of the government. The ceremony consists in holding a plough, highly ornamented, which is kept for the purpose, while the bullock which drags it is led over a given space. The rule in that the emperor plough three furrows; the princes, five; and the high ministers, nine. These furrows are, however, so very short, that the last four monarchs of the present dynasty have altered the ancient rule laid down by the predecessors of Confucius, ploughing four furrows, and returning again over the ground. The ceremony finished, the emperor, and his ministers repair to the terrace for inspecting the agricultural labors; and remain till the whole field has been ploughed by husbandmen. The emperor often appoints a proxy.

May 6th.-IVth moon 14th day. also called Lütung ping.

May 7th.-IVth moon, 15th day. May 9th.-IVth moon, 17th day. their children have the small pox.

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Lushin yángshing, one of the eight gen ii

Chung-li tsu-sz', one of the eight genii. Kin-hwa fu-jin; women worship her when

   May 10th.-IVth moon, 18th day. Wa.to siensz', a celebrated physician, spoken of in the Sán Kwoh Chí; worshiped by the sick.

   May 12th.-IVth moon, 20th day. Yen-kwáng Shing-mú, Holy Mother of Bright eyes, a goddess worshiped by the blind, and those who have diseased eyes.

   May 20th.-IVth moon, 28th day. Yoh Wáng, king of Medicine; the Escula pius of Chinese mythology.

   June 24th.-Vth moon, 5th day. Festival of dragon boats, called in Chinese, Twán-wú or Twán-yáng, and also Tien-chung. On this day, many people race backwards and forwards, in long narrow boats, which being variously painted and ornamented so as to resemble dragons, are called lung chuen, 'dragon boats.' From the narrowness of the boats, and the number of persons on board, there being sometimes from sixty to eighty paddles, it not unfrequently happens that several of the boats break in two; so that the festivities seldom conclude without loss of several lives. Tradesmen's accounts are cleared off at this period.

   June 30th.-Vth moon, 1st day. Nán-kih Tá-tí, the Great Ruler of the South pole; a god of the Rationalists.

July 25th.-VIth moon, 6th day. Sai í-fuh, festival of airing clothes.

   August 1st.-VIth moon, 13th day. Lú-pán, the god of carpenters and ma. sons. Tsing-shin lung.wang, god of wells and dragon-king, worshiped by sailors and others, to avert calamity and storms.

   August 4th.-VIth moon, 16th day. Wángling kwánshing; a deified states. man worshiped for averting punishment. August 7th.-VIth moon, 19th day. to heaven.

Assumption of Kwányin; she ascends

Aug. 11th.-VIth moon, 23d day. God of fire born. This deity is frequently propitiated by exhibitions of plays. In China there are no regular theatres. Sheds are erected in the streets, and a platform being raised about four feet above the ground, the spectators all stand in the street in front. The expenses are paid by private subscription, usually, of several merchants, Gentlemen have them also at their own houses, where in some instances there are substantial buildings erected for the performance of the players, and the accommodation of persons invited to see the play. Even in this case, an open space is left for the free ad- mission of the people. Also Kwán shing tái tí, god of War born; Má wáng-shing, the god of horses, worshiped to avert disease from horses, and by horsemen to be- come skillful in equestrian exercises.

   Aug. 18th.-VIIth moon, 1st day. Sháu-í, or burning clothes festival. At this period, which lasts fifteen days, clothes made of various colored papers are burnt, that they may so pass to the invisible world, for the benefit of deceased relatives. Prayers also are recited and food offered, chiefly for those who have been drowned at sea. This festival is much observed by the people of Fuhkien province. The custom arises from a tradition respecting a young man who obtain. ed admission to Tartarus, and brought his mother from thence.

   Aug. 24th.-VIIth moon, 7th day. Sháng kung sien nü, the female genii of the seven palaces descend; a festival observed by women, who worship these fairies to avert disease, and get skill in domestic work.

   Sep. 8th--VIIth moon, 22d day. Tsang.fuh Tsái-shin, god of happiness and wealth; placed in niches at the doors of shops.

   Sep. 10th.-VIIth moon, 24th day. Tú ching hwáng shing, festival of the muuicipal deity, worshiped by officers and people; he might be termed the palla. dium deity, as he has a temple in every city in China.

Sep. 16th.-VIIth moon, 30th day.

worshiped for remission of sins.

Tí-tsang wáng shing, a deified Budhist,

   Sep. 17th.-VIIIth moon, 1st day. continues from the 1st to the 16th of the moon; during which period families

Autumn festival commences. This festival

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visit and feast with each other, and friends interchange presents of moon caken. These are round white cakes, with figures of men and women painted on them; they derive their name from a legend of one of the emperors of the Táng dynasty, who being led one night to the palace of the moon, saw there a large assemblage of female divinities, dancing and playing on instruments of music. On his return he instituted plays in commeinoration of it.

    Sep. 18th. VIIIth moon, 2d day. cultural gods.

    Sept. 19th. VIIIth moon, 3d day. the prince of the furnace; worshiped household.

Shé-tuh tá.wáng, great prince of the agri.

Sz'-ming tsáu kiun, the lord who orders to preserve the peace and health of the

Sep. 21st.-VIIIth moon, 5th day. Lui-shing Tá-tí, god of thunder. Oct. 1st.-VIIIth moon, 15th day. Chung.tsiú, mid-autumn. This being the middle day of autumn, is the chief day of the autumn festival. Oblations are made to the moon on this day. On the following day, young people amuse themselves by pursuing the moon.'

It is also called Ho Yueh, congratulate the moon. On the evening of this day, every household and boatman raise a lan- tern upon the end of a high pole from the highest part of his house or vessel, on which is inscribed king ho chung teiú, joyfully congratulate the middle of autumn. Oct. 16th.-IXth moon. 1st day. Nán tau sing-kiun, starry god of the south pole, descends; this god belongs to the Rationalists.

Oct. 16th to 24th.-XIth moon, 1st to 9th day. The nine gods of the Great Bear descend; worshiped by the Rationalists, and generally also by the people, trades- men, and others, for peace. This period is usually chosen for worshiping wander. ing spirits, as well as these gode; the rites are called Tá tsiáu.

Oct. 24th.-IXth moon, 9th day. Tau-má yuen kiun, mother of the Dipper; a goddess adored to obtain happiness.

    October.-It is in this month, on a fortunate day of the 9th moon, that the empress, either personally, or by proxy, accompanied by a train of princesses and honorable ladies, repairs to the altar sacred to the discoverer of silkworms. After sacrificing, the empress with golden, and the princesses with silver implements, collect mulberry leaves to feed the imperial silkworms. They then wind off some coccoons of silk, and so end the ceremony.

    Nov. 1st.-IXth moon, 17th day. Sien-fung yé-yé, lord of the front spear; worshiped to obtain success and profit in life and business.

Nov. 12th.-IXth moon, 28th day. to preserve houses and shops from fire Nov. 15th.-Xth moon, 1st day. ruler; a god of the Rationalists.

Wa kwáng Tái-tí, god of Fire; worshiped by all classes and with great parade. Tung-hwang Tá-tí, Eastern august great

    Nov. 29th.-Xth moon, 15th day. Tau shin Liú Sz', god of small pox; his name was Liú, and he is accommodated with a niche in other temples.

Dec. 11th.-Xth moon, 27th day. Peh-kib Tsz'.wi._ Also Wú Yoh Wa Tí, the festival of the gods of the Five Hills and the Five Rulers, names of five places and five deities collectively worshiped. The Five Hille are Tái shán in Shán- tung, Hang shán in Húnán, Hwá shán in Shensí, Hang shán in Chihlí, and Sung shán iu Honán. The Five Rulers are the Azure, Red, Yellow, White, and Black, Rulers.

    Dec. 17th.-XIth moon, 4th day. Confucius born. His festival is observed by officers of government and scholars, who repair to his temple.

Dec. 30th.-X1th moon, 17th day. Ometo Fuh the present Budha.

Jan. 1st, 1850.-XIth moon, 19th day. Festival of Kwányin. She has three during the year, all of which are observed by the people.

STEAM COMMUNICATION FROM EUROPE.

AND AMERICA TO CHINA.

December 26th, 1844, an agreement was formed between the Pe- ninsular and Oriental Steam Company and the British Lords of the Admiralty, respecting the conveyance of mails between Suez and Calcutta, and between Point de Galle (Ceylon) and China.

The mails are to come on from Suez to Aden in 144 hours, and to remain there 48 hours; thence to Galle in 247 hours, or (if they do not touch at Galle) to Trincomalee in 282 hours, and to remain 48 hours, and thence in 35 to Madras; or to remain at Galle 48 hours, and in 60 reach Madras: or, if they touch at both places, they are to reach Trincomalee in 34 hours from Galle, remain 12, and be at Madras in 35 hours. To reach Penang, 140 hours from Galle, or 137 from Trincomalee; in 45 to go on to Singapore; stop there 48, and reach Hongkong in 170 hours.

Thus if by Pt. de Galle, from Suez to Hongkong, running 144+ 247+140+15+170=746 hours; stopping 48+-48+48=144 hours, or in all 37 days and 2 hours.

The contract is to be in force for seven years from the 1st January, 1845, and then twelve months' notice of discontinuance to be given before the contract shall cease. Between Ceylon and China the communication commenced on the 1st of August, 1845, with vessels ~ of 250 horse power. The steamers are to be of 350 horse power till

June 1846, and then 400 horse power, and are to leave Hongkong on the 1st of every month, except in May, June and July, then 5 days

earlier.

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GENERAL RATES OF PASSAGE.

General rates of passage. Steam communication for passengers, goods and parcels between Hongkong and Singapore, Penang, Ceylon, Madras, and Calcutta, also viá Egypt, Malta, and England, by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company's Steamers.

Description or class of

accommodation.

For ladies and gentlemen

traveling singly.

From Hongkong to

pore. nang.

Binge- Pr. Cey- Ma Cal

lon.

dras. cutta.

Auer. Alex.

Malta.

Eng. land.

andria

8

A berth in the general cabina

throughout,

$ X 173 222 322 370

8 8

$ $

400

643

716

768 898

DA

Above 6, and not exceeding

88

113

For a gentlemen and his

      wife traveling together. Occupying one of the general cabins to or from Suez, and a berth each separately, in the general cabins between Alexandria and Eng., or Ceylon and Calcutta. Children with their parents. Not exceeding two years,

Free (except expense of transit through Egypt, and stewards' fees).

Above 2, and not exceeding

6 veara

·346 444 | 6·14 740 800 1286

ཆཟླ

-

10 12

15

53

55

55

1432

1536

1796

62

60 77 112 130 142

224

267

285

334

165 190 306

329

375

401

466

10 years

Servants of passengers.

Male

56

European

Female

56

Male

42

Native

Female

42

Second class & deck passengers.

Second class passengers.

117

themselves. -

First Deck, victualed by ship. 84 110 158 Second class deck, victualing

៧ ៩៩៧៨

105 120 130

210

253 270

310

105 120 130

210

263 280

320

79 90 97

157

199 211

243

79 90 971

157

209 221 253

150 217 250| 272

434

482 519 606

180 1945

314

56 72 | 105

120 130 210

      Payment to be made in Spanish dollars. For, extra accommodation, an ad- ditional sum will be charged. Passengers to England, desirous of remaining a month in Egypt, or at any of the ports en route, at which the Company's Steamers touch, will be allowed to proceed in the following steamers without additional payment, provided they give notice of their intention at the time of engaging their passage.

The above rates include stewards' fees, and table, wines, &c., &c., for cabin passengers, with 3 cwt. of personal baggage. For servants, and 2d class passengers, provisions without wines, and 14 cwt. of baggage. Bedding, linen, and all requisite furniture, are provided at the Company's expense, together with the attendance of experienced male and female servants. The expense of transit through Egypt is also included in the passage money, with the ex- ception of wines, spirits, beer, soda water, hotel expenses, and extra baggage, all of which will be charged for separately by the Egyptian Transit Company.

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Passengers will have to pay to the Egyptian Transit Company 16s. per cwt. for the conveyance through Egypt (for first class passengers) of all baggage exceeding 2 cwt., and (for children, servants, and 2d class passengers) of all exceeding 1 cwt. No package of baggage should exceed 80lb. in weight. The dimensions most convenient for transporting across the desert on the camels, and therefore strongly recommended, are, length 2 feet 3 in., breadth 1 foot 2 in., depth I foot 2 inches.

All heavy or bulky baggage must be shipped on the day previous to sailing. Passengers taking articles of merchandise in their baggage will incur the risk of seizure by the customs authorities in Egypt; and as the allowance of baggage is on a liberal scale, and the freight on parcels moderate, it is hoped that none will convey parcels or packages belonging to other persons, to the prejudice of the Company's interests.

The Company do not hold themselves liable for damage or loss of baggage, nor for delays arising from accident, from extraordinary or unavoidable cir- cumstances, or from the employment of the vessels in H. M. mail service.

N.B. Passengers not proceeding after securing berths, to forfeit half passage

money.

Hongkong, October 20th, 1846.

HENRY GRIBBLE, H. C. S. Superintendent Bombay and China department.

RATES OF FREIGHT.

   Rates of freight for Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company's Steamers from Hongkong, including half per cent Egyptian transit duty on cargo shipped to Malta or England.

Description

of goods.

How charged. Rate to

Madras,

England. Malta. Suez.

Calcutta, Bombay.

Ceylon. Straits

Measurement goods, per ton of 40

cubic feet

Measuring 1 foot & under, pr. parcel Do. above 1 ft. not exce'g 2, do.

120

105 85.00

40.00 30.00 20.00*

5

5

8

Do.

2

99

"

99

"

Do.

3

Jewelry, Musk, and

valuable articles of

a similar description per cent. Treasure, gold or silver do. do.

Silk Piece Goods,

"9

"

3, do. 4, do.

4.00 3.00 2.50 2.00 7 5.50 4.00 3.25 At the rate specified 4.75 4.00 3.00

per ton.

2.75

5.00

4.50

4.00

Ad valorem

3 3

2.50 2.25 2.00

1.00

1.50 1.25

.75+

do. do.

per Measurement as above.

}:

3.00 2.50 1.50

Quicksilver,

Gold Leaf,

China Cash,

do. do.

3.00 2.50

1.50

do. do.

1.00 .75

.50

do. do.

.90

Gold and silver bullion from China to Southampton, 3 per cent.

Payment to be made in Spanish Dollars.

* Goods shipped to England or Malta must be packed in non-susceptible covering as wood, tarpaulin, &c., and the value and contents declared at time of shipment.

A reduction of half per cent allowed on Gold. The within mentioned rates to the Straits, Ceylon, and India, apply only to the period from November 1st to March 31st

Hongkong, October 20th, 1846.

HENRY GRIBBLE, H. C. S. Superintendent Bombay and China department.

LIST OF THE RATES OF POSTAGE CHARGEABLE ON A SINGLE LETTER AND ON A NEWSPAPER, BETWEEN HONGKONG AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES, OR BRITISH COLONIES,

WHEN FORWarded vid soUTHAMPTON.

On a

A news.

Countries to which prepayment in Hongkong is compulsory. | letter.

paper.

s. d.

Brazil..

under § oz.

3 7

Letter rele

Buenos Ayres and Monte Video.

3 5

"

10

Spain,.......

     Mexico, New Granada, and Cuba. Canary Islands..................

Portugal, Madeira, and the Azores..... FOREIGN WEst Indies, viz:-Gaudaloupe,

Martinique, Hayti, Porto Rico, St. Croix, St. Eustatius, St. Martin and St. Thomas,

United States of America, Chili, Peru, and}

Honduras.......

Portugal and Spain, vid Gibraltar................. Baden

Wurtemburg.

Saxony....

3

2

10

19

10

19

19

19

"

19

"

11

10

Sweden...

Sardinia and Southern Italy

Austria and Austrian Dominions.....

99 19

19

11

=

"

2 0

1 10

11 11

under

1 9

DO

"

n 19

1 10

19

" "

2

3

2 8

"

"

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2. 10

19

i 10

"

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19

3

1 5

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1

0

"

2

0

"

" 11

"

3 0

10 00

3

42. 2d.

id.

The East Indies, Singapore, Penang, Aden, under § oz.

and Suez.........

Venesuela...

Valparaiso and Callao.............

Panama

The Continent of Europe vid Marseilles, Bata-

via, and Alexandria..

The five consular ports in China, Macao,

Manila, and New Zealand

" 19 "9

:

" 11 19

British Colonies and foreign countries to which prepayment

Russia

Prussia..

Denmark

is optional.

     Hanover, the Duchy of Brunswick, and Lubec. The Duchy of Oldenburg...

Canada, New Brunswick, Prince Edward's Is. Nova Scotia (port and town of Halifax ex. cepted), Jamaica (port and town of Kingston excepted), and Berbice....

Newfoundland, Bermuda, port and town of Ha. lifax in Nova Scotia, British West Indies, in- cluding port & town of Kingston in Jamaica Holland and Heligoland..

Bremen and Hamburg...

·

Jd.

under ₫ oz.

2 7 2 0

Letter This

98

under oz.

1 10

"

1 9

" 99 19

1

"

19 " 11

11 91 19

་་

"1 99

Free.

#

"

จา

11

Belgium......

France

under i oz.

2

1 10

**

"

19 11

Malta...

Gibraltar..

under 4 oz.

1 5

1 10

99. 91

Ceylon

1 0

99

*

     The United Kingdom, viá Southampton, prepayment optional. Charge upon a letter not exceeding 4 ounce......

do.

do.

do.

ounce.....

Ha

1.

"

"

seilles cannot be prepaid in Hongkong.

Letters and Newspapers for the United Kingdom vid Mar-

The British Rate is chargeable on every half es., but the Foreign Rate is chargesble on a Letter ander è oz. in weight, and an additionul Rate must be charged for sneb è on.

9'

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ADVERTISEMENT CONCERNING THE OVERLAND

ROUTE við TRIESTE.

  THE DIRECTORs of the Austrian Lloyd's Steam Navigation Compant have informed us, that from and after the 10th of October past, a steamer will ply regularly on the 10th of each month on the Direct Line between Trieste and Alexandria, so as to correspond with the Hon. E. . Co Bombay steamer; and from and after the 25th of November past a steamer will ply regularly on the 25th of each month on the direct line between. Trieste and Alexandria, so as to correspond with the P. & O. Co.'s Steamers from Galle.

The AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S Company will have five steamers available for this line, each of them between 600 and 700 tons burthen, and 260 horse- power. They are fitted up in a superior style, and English is spoken on board. The number of BEREAS in each is as onder, viz :-

38 First Class, including 16 for Ladies.

20 Second Class,,, 7 for Females.

The fares to be-£18 for first class, and £12 for second class, includ- ing table money and steward's fees.

   The voyage is expected not to exceed 5 or 54 days; and as quarantine is calculated from the day of leaving Alexandria, these vessels being provid- ed with health officers, it follows that, with a clean bill of health, pas- sengers will get pratique immediately on arrival at Trieste.

For letters to England, superscribed "við Trieste," an "Over-sea" charge is made of 18 kreutzer (about 74 cents) per 4 oz., and half this rate for every additional ₫ oz. Any one wishing to send letters to Englud við Trieste may pay the "over-sea" rate into our hands, and address them to the care of the Austrian Lloyd Agency at Alexandria, franking them to Egypt. LETTERS to the European Continent vis Trieste, may likewise be ad- dressed to the care of the said agency, the franking to Alexandria being attended to; and for these the prepayment of the "over-sen" postage is not required.

   PACKAGES for Egypt or any part of the Continent of Europe or the Levant, should be addressed to the care of some one at Suez, as the P. & O. Co. do not engage to deliver anything not intended for England beyond that landing port, where transit or other duties must be paid; and to insure as much dispatch as possible, a Bill of Lading, with particulars of value, &c., should be sent to the forwarder at Suez. ·

For Passage, or for further particulars, apply to WM. PUSTAU & Co., Agents at Canton and Hongkong for the Imperial Royal Priv. Austrian Lloyd's Steam Navigation Company.

7

LIST OF MEMBERS OF the canTON BRITISH

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

Mr. C. Agabeg.

Messrs. George Barnet & Co.

Bell & Co.

Blenkin, Rawson, & Co.

Mr. Francis B. Birley.

Messrs. Boustead & Co.

"

·

"

Chalmers & Co.

C. S. Compton & Co.

Jas. Crooke & Massey & Co. Dallas, & Co.

"

"

"

Dent, & Co.

"

"

"

Dirom, Gray, & Co. Gibb, Livingston, & Co. Gilman & Co.

Henderson, Watson, & Co.

Holliday, Wise, & Co. Jamieson, Edger, & Co. Jardine, Matheson, & Co.

Mr. Levin Josephs.

Messrs. Kennedy, Macgregor, & Co.

"

..

Lindsay & Co.

Dearie, Calvert, & Co. Macvidar & Co.

Mr. James L. Man.

Messrs. Henry Moul, & Co. The Oriental Bank.

Messrs. Rathbones, Worthington, & Co.

"

"

"

"

"

Reiss & Co.

Ripley, Smith, & Co. D. & M. Rustomjee & Co. P. & D. Neaserwanjee & Co. Pestonjee Framjes Čama & Co. David Bassoon, Sons, & Co. Turner & Co.

COMMITTEE FOR 1848.

DAVID JARDINE, Chairman.

JOHN DENT, Deputy Chairman.

F. B. BIRLEY.

C. S. COMPTON.

DADABHOY BYRAMJEE.

W. W. DALE.

A. DUNLOP. ROBERT ELLICE.

JOHN SKINNER.

T. W. L. MACKEAN. STEPHEN PONDER. SAMUEL RAWSON.

JAMES WORTHINGTON.

SPENCER COMPTON, Secretary.

INSURANCE OFFICES IN CHINA.

Offices.

Asiatic Marine Insurance Office... $50,000 Imperial Fire Insur. Office London. £10,000 Canton Insurance Office.

...

.$100,000

60,000

60,000

Agents.

Mačvicar & Co.

30,000 Jardine, Matheson,

Bombay Insurance Society. Bengal Insurance Society.. Reliance Marine Insurance Office.. Hope Insurance Company.. Alliance Fire Assurance Company of

.first class risk £10,000

London...... . . Do. Do. second do.

India and China Marine Insurance

Office of Calcutta.. Amicable Insurance Office, Calcutta Phoenix Marine Insurance Company Union Insurance Society of Canton Bombay Insurance Company..... Forbes & Co.'s C. Insur. Fund... Alliance Insurance Company of Cal-

cutta...

Oriental Insur. Company of Calcutta. Bombay Royal Exchange Insurance

Company....

Limits.

25,000

& Co.

8,000 J

Gilman & Co.

$25,000

30,000 40,000

Murrow & Co.

75,000

40,000

40,000 Dent & Co..

20,000

25,000

20,000 > Russell & Co.

25,000

London Assurance House.

.....

Dent, Beale & Co.

Equitable Insurance Society..

40,000

Lindsay & Co.

Imperial Marine Insurance Co. of

Bombay...

50,000

Augustine Heard &

Western India Insurance Society..

25,000

Co.

Bombay Merchants Insurance Co..

30,000

P.&. D. Nesserwanjee

Camajee &. Co.

Bombay Cama Insurance Com-

pany...

Ruttonjee H. Camajee

30,000

& Co.

Eastern Insurance Company..... 45,000

Pestonje Framjee

Cama & Co.

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LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ROYAL SUSSEX

LODGE, No. 735, AT CANTON.

Worshipful Master,

Past-Master,

Senior Warden.

Junior Warden,

Senior Deacon,

Junior Deacon,

Master of Ceremonies,

Secretary,

Treasurer,

Stewards,

Inner Guard,

F. B. BIRLRY,

A. DUNLOP. JOHN DENT. W. H. VACHER. 'T. J. DURRELL. R. EI.LICE. W. MOORE.

M. W. PITCHER.

W. W. PARKIN.

S. Compton, C. Ryder. W. H. LUCE.

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR STORING GOODS IN

THE LE-TSUNE PACKHOUSE, HONAN.

    The following Fire Insurance Companies will accept risks against fire.

Alliance, London, Agents in China, Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co.

Imperial,

Globe,

Sun,

Phoenix,

""

"

"

Messrs. Macvicar & Co.

Imports.

Raw Cotton.............

Tin, Copper, &c.........

Lead, Steel, Iron...

Ginseng, Gums, Cloves, &c...

Sandalwood and other woods..

   Rattans, Betel-nut, Rice, Pepper, &c. Cotton Yarn.............

Longcloths, Cambrics, Chintzes, &c. Camlet, Longells, Lastings, &c...

Spanish Stripes, &c............. ..(6 pieces)..

Raw Silk..

Tea, Chest.

Exports.

Half Chest Boxes.

...

cents.

bale per month.

5 per 5 p. pecul 3 p. бр.

4 P.

"

3 p.

5 p.

"

per piece

15 per bale 15 p....

"

"

25 p. bale

"

2 each

1 each

"

After the let month,

at a reduction of 20

    Laying down, weighing, and examining Tea, 5 candareens per pecul. Chop-boats sent down to Whampqa for cargo with servants in charge.

SPENCER COMPTON, Proprietor.

LIST OF FOREIGN RESIDENTS IN CANTON,

December 1st, 1848.

[Note. The Chinese characters employed to denote the foreign names are mostly such as are used by the natives, and are all to be pronounced in the Canton dialect. Only the leading name of each house is inserted.]

Danish Hong.

Tak-hing kai, 德興街

No. L..

第一間 裨治文

Rev. James G. Bridgman.

閘口

W. Schwemann.

William Dreyer.

士賺文

Nos. 1. and 2.

亞九酒店

Acow's 'Hotel.

No. 7..

Marciano da Silva.

Quintiliano da Silva.

No.15.

十五進 糖化

Reynvaan & Co.

H. G. I. Reynvaan.

Henrique Hyndman.

No.16.

十六進 衛廉士印字房

衛亷士 印字房

Office of Chinese Repository.

S. W. Williams apd fam.

Jozé Viceate Barroe..

New Hong.

South Tak-hing kai. 新行

No.1.

Ebrahim Mohamed Hazam.

Fazul Dumany.

Gangjee Goolam Hoosain.

Mohamed Muscatee.

Noor Mohamed Kamal.

{Hossam Fakien.

Sucetmal Noormell.

No. 3.

第三進 亞利時

Hajee Elies Hussàn.

Allureka Versey.

Romthala Versey.

Hajee Jaffer Kamisa.

Bunjee Canjee.

Samjee Lalljee.

「Ladah Chatoor.

Jamsetjee Cursetjee Meta.

Soi-ke.

No. 1.

瑞記 第一進薛

S. A. Seth.

No. 2.

第二進文記 雷士

W. D. Lewis.

No.3.

第一卷里米沙利 印字房 故魯士

Ebrahimjee Mohamed Salley.

Goolam Hoosain Ebrahimjee.

Dadamiah Babusaib.

No. 2.

第二進衣布霖

Ebrahim Soamat.

Candido Ozorio.

J. Bauzilio dos Remedios.

F. F. de Cruz.

No.4.

|A. Viegas and fam.

Bartholomeo A. Pereira.

威架士

No. 6.

火煙船 寫字樓

Office of the Steamer Corsair.

A. Viegas.

L. Viegas.

New China St.

No. 1.

75

Framjee Burjorjee.

Shaik Munsoor Nizamally.

Jamasjee Rustomjee Avaldar.

Cumerally Rumsanally.

Alla Bux Doeunjee.

No. 6.

第六進 庇申治

P. & D. Nesserwanjee Camajee & Co.

Pestonjee Nowrojee Pochawjee.

同文街振成 孻仁 Dorabjee Nenerwanjeo Camaiso.

George Ryan.

Spanish Hong.

呂宋行 悭打酒店

Canton Hotel.

Wilson Hunt.

Capt. Hall, steamer Firefly.

Old French Hong.

No. 1.

·

咈囒西行頭樓 波郎

Robert Browne.

C. T. Verkouteren.

No. 2.

第二進 布威

Bovet, Brothers, & Co.

Louin Boret.

Edouard Bovet.

No. 3.

第三卷 庇申治

Pestonjee Framjee Cama & Co.

Jamsetjee Rustomjee_Eranee.

Dossabhoy Framjee Camajee.

Pestonjee Merwanjee Eranee.

Bomanjee Muncherjee.

Cowasjee Pestonjee.

Dinshaw Merwanjee.

Berjorjee Edudjee.

Nowrojee Cowasjee.

No. 4.

第四進馬路批

Noor! Mohamed Datoobhoy & Co

Mulloobhoy Dongersey.

Hajeebhoy Dawood.

Goolam Hoosain Kamal.

No. 5.

第五進

Hormusjee Nesserwanjee Pochawjoe.

Rustumjeee Pestonjee Cawperwala. Khumroodin Unverally.

No. 7.

第七進 麽者時

A. RB. Moses.

New French hong.

No. 2.

新咈嘴西行

第二進 麥架架

| R. McGregor.

No. 5.

第五進 堅尼醫生

B. Kenny, M. Dv. surgeon and family.

Florencio do Rozario.

José da Rocha.

No. 6.

第六進富碩

|Fritz Vaucher.

Const ut Borel.

Mingqua's hong.

No. 1.

中和行波樓

Billiard Rooms, and Masonic Lodge.

No.3.

第三進.北臣

Lindsay & Co.

Travers Burton.

Frederick Chapman.

H. D. Margesson.

Mingqua's New Hong.

No. 1.

新中和 第一進威治

Khan Mohamed Hatibhoy.

亞羆路顛揸弗杯 Veenee Rahim.

Ameerodeen & Jafferbhoy.

Ameeroodeen Abdool Latiff.

Nujmoodeen Shoojautally,

Shumsoodeen Moockrey.

Abdol Rahim Nuyunee.

Goolam Hoosam Chandoo.

Ebrahim Sheik Hoosam.

Kakeebhoy Bahaderboy.

No.2.

第二進文

James L. Man &

James Lawrence Man.

Limjee Jamsetjee & Co.

Limjee Jamsetjee.

Jalbhoy Cursetjee.

72

William H Morgs.

|Richard P. Dana.

Frederick A. King.

William O. Bokee.

David O. King.

No. 2.

兼治 第二進 未堅治

Roostumjee Mehrwanjee Nalearwala.

Rustumjee Jalbhoy.

Muncherjee Jevunjee Mehta.

Mingqua's outside

New Hong.

No. 1.

靖遠街閘口 北架刺

W. Buckler,

William Buckler.jr.

Thomas M. J. Dehon.

No. 2.

第二進架刺屈治

Carlowitz, Harkort, & Co.

Richard Carlowitz.

Bernhard Harkort.

L. Wiese.

No.3.

第三進

記厘倫

Rev. John F. Cleland and family.

No. 4.

第四進 布士

W. Pustau & Co.

William Pustau.

C. Broderson、

No.5.

·第五進 咈卡霖治

Nesserwanjee Byramjee Fackerajee.

Nesserwanjee Framjee.

Aspenderjee Tamojee.

No. 6.

第六進

G. T. Siemssen.

No. 7.

Henderson, Watson, & Co.

|S. Mackenzie.

A. Thorne.

Boustead & Co.

Martin Wilhelmy.

No. 3.

第三進 獵庛厘

Ripley, Smith, & Co.

Philip W. Ripley and family. Henry H. Sumith.

Robert Ellice.

No.4.

第四進 金順

C. S. Compton & Co.

Charles 8. Compton.

Spencer Compton.

A. E. H. Campbell.

Canton British Chamber of Commerce.

Spencer Compton, Sec.

Powshun Hong.

N. J.

寶順行頭樓 列治

A. A. Ritchie & Co.

A. A. Ritchie.

J. Mannel Mur.

Charles Platt.

A. F. Vandenberg.

No. 2.

番地畢

第二進 孖刺

Murrow & Co.

禪臣

Y.J. Murrow.

第七進 伯駕醫生

Rev. P. Parker. M. D. and family. Amèrican Hong.

No. 1.

廣源行頭樓

Olyphant & Co.

W. N. Piccope.

L. E. MurrOW.

No.3.

第三進

律心治

Hormusjee Framjee & Co.

Rustomjee Byramjee.

麼時 Carsetjee Rustomjee Daver

Pestonjee Dinshawjee.

73

No.4.

第四進 衣治批

Heerjeebhoy, Ardaseer, & Co.

Heerjeebhoy Hormusjee.

Ardaseer Rustomjee.

Cursetjee Hosunjee.

Eduljee Cursetjee.

達打批

D. P. & M. Pestonjee.

Dadabhoy Pestonjee.

Manackjee Pestonjee.

No. 5.

第五進 架華治

Cowasjee Sapoorjee Lungrana.

Pestonjee Byramjee Čolah.

Muncherjee Sapoorjee.

Pestonjee Jamsetjee Motiwalla.

Rustomjee Pestonjee.

Aderjee Sapoorjee.

Ruttonjee Framjee.

Dadabhoy Jansetjee.

Merwanjee Eduljee.

Nowrojee Manackjee Lungrana.

No. 6.

第六進 顛地

John Dent.

Dent & Co.

M. W. Pitcher.

D Johnson.

James Bowman.

Imperial Hong.

Nos. 1. and 2.

孖鷹行 第一二進滑麼

Wetmore & Co.

William Moore.

George H. Lamson.

Thomas Gittins.

O. E. Roberts.

Henry Davis.

Manoel Simoens.

Querino Gutierres.

No. 3.

第三進

John A. T. Meadowa.

密多土

馬子兵醫生

S. Marjoribanks, surgeon.

John Rowe, surgeon.

Post Ofce. 書信舘

J. R Remedios, Clerk.

No. 6.

第六進

Gibb, Livingston, & Co.

J. Skinner.

J. M .

Wright.

C. J. Ozorio.

Swedish Hong.

No. 1.

瑞行 第一進德畏士

H. E. John W. Davis.

Nos. 2. and 3.

第二三進 福士

Russell & Co.

| Paul S. Forbes.

|W. H. King.

George Perkins.

8. J. Hallam. G. Meredith. 8. T. Baldwin. F. Reiche.

Segismundo Rangel.

Jayme Rangel.

H. H. Warden.

| Geo. D. Carter.

No. 5.

第五進 梳

John D. Sword & Co.

| John D. Sword.

C. Houston.

Old English.

No. 1.

隆順行 第一百見

: Nye, Parkin & Co.

William W. Parkin.

Timothy J. Durrell.

Joaquim P. Van Loffelt.

E. C. H. Nye.

Thomas Pyke.

Francisco A., Seabra.

No. 2.

第二進 華倫頓

Rathbones, Worthington, & Co.

| James Worthington.

F. Duval.

H. R. Hardie.

G. Dent

Julius Kreyenhagen..

10

No. 3.

第三進 咽者

Jaimieson, Edger & Co.

J. F. Edger.

Richard Rothwell,

No.4.

第四進 山打土

Charles Sanders.

No. 5.

第五進班打

Dallas & Co.

Stephen Ponder.

Frederick Booker.

No. 6.

74-

Jemsetjee Eduljee.

Dhunjeebhoy Framjee Casna.

| Sapoorjee Sorabjee.

Burjorjee Pestonjee.

No.5.

第五進 畢初治

Byramjee Coverjee.

Cursetjee Shavuxshaw.

( Burjorjee Sorabjee..

敦治批

Dhunjeebhoy Dosabhoy.

Nowrojee Cursetjee.

(Dadabhoy Sorabjee.

律心治

第六進機厘文 Dadabboy Burjorjee.

Gilman & Co.

Levin Josephs.

A. Hudson.

W. H. Vacher.

John Williams.

George de St. Croix.

Chowchow Hong.

No. 1.

Rustomjee Burjorjee.

No. 6.

第六進 罵能治

Maneckjee Bomanjee.

[Cursetjee Eduljee.

New English Factory.

No. 1. West.

豐泰行 頭樓 打打批西一進 公司行 唵土

Dadabhoy_Byramjee.

Ardaseer Byramjee.

Pestunjee Rustomjee.

Byramjee. Rustomjee.

No. 2.

第二進 律敦治

R& D. Ruttunjee.

Rustomjee Ruttunjee.

Dhunjeebhoy Ruttunjee.

蝦蜜士治

Hormuzjee Framjee & Co.

Rustomjee Byramjee.

Cursetjee Rustomjee.

Pestonjee Dinshawjee.

No. 3.

第三進架華治巴倫治

Cawasjee Pallanjee.

Sapoorjee Bomanjee.

Cowasjee Framjee.

No. 4.

第四進 糯素灣治

Nesserwanjee Ardaseer Bhanja.

H. B. M. Consulate.

「Adam W. Elmslie.

J. T. Walker.

Thomas T. Meadows.

Edward F. Giles.

Horace Oakley.

局碌

James Crooke and Massey.

John T. Cuvillier.

No. 1. East.

東一進記利 爹厘

Dirom, Gray, & Co.

|W. W. Dale and family.

C. Ryder.

George Urmson.

A. Gray.

D. W. McKenzie.

Bartholomeo Pereira.

揸典

Jardine, Matheson, & Co.

David Jardine.

M. A. Macleod.

Albino de Silviera.

John T. Mounsey.

75

No. 2. West.

西二進銀房 單立

Oriental Bank

Archibald Dunlop.

Samuel Gray.

P. Campbell.

花其臣彬

Macvicar & Co.

T. D. Neave.

J. Fergusmon.

G. J. Bennetta.

No. 3. West.

西三進班律

George Barnet & Co.

George Barnet.

William Barnet.

Horace Wiltshire.

麼爐

Henry Moul & Co.

Henry Moul.

Alfred Moul.

George Moul.

No. 3. East.

東三進渴

Augustine Heard & Co.

John Heard.

J. G. Ward.

Joseph L. Roberte.

J H. Everett.

William Gilbert.

Augustine Heard Jr.

C. Brinley.

No. 4. West.

西四進 非沙

Fischer & Co.

Maximilian Fischer and family.

James Whittall.

C. Sauer.

收也

點耶

Dimier, Brothers & Co.

C. Dimier.

利士 思沙

M. Sichel.

Reiss & Co.

Thomas Everard.

No. 4. East.

東四進並冷見 羅亞

Blenkin, Rawson & Co.

Rawson and family.

W. H. Luce.

簪麻士

Chalmers & Co.

Patrick Chalmers.

James ¡). Park.

No. 5. West.

西五進 堅尔地

Kennedy, Macgregor & Co.

David Kennedy.

|George C. Bruce.

C. A. Koch.

沙宣

David Sassoon, Sons, & Co.

Abdalah D. Sassoon.

Elliao D. Sassoon.

Jéhangeer Framjee Buxey.

Binjamin Eliah.

Solomon David.

Merwanjee Dadabhoy.

Joseph Tinawy.

No. 5. East.

東五進蝦刺爹

Holliday, Wine, & Co.

John Holliday and family.

Roger Jacson.

Charles Waters.

律敦治

Ruttonjee H. Camajee & Co.

Dossabhoy Hormusjee Camajee.

Dorabjee Framjee Cohola.

B. and N. Hormusjee.

|Dorabjee Pestonjee Patell.

Pallanjee Dorabjee Palleaca.

母地

| Dadabhoy Nasserwanjee Mody & Co.

Nusserwanjee Bomanjee Mody.

Muncherjee Nusserwanjee Mody.

Dhunjeebhoy Hormuzjee Hakinna.

Eduljee Framjee, Sons, & Co.

Bomanjee Eduljee.

Dadabhoy Eduljee.

No. 6 West.

西六進 巴厘

Francis B. Birley.

76

No. 6. East.

丹拿 罵堅

東六進 丹拿

Turner & Co.

T. W. L. Mackean.

E. H. Levin.

W. Walkinshaw.

Lune-hing Kai.

聯興街禮拜堂贊臣

Rev. Francis Č. Johnson.

Rev. William Speer.

Samuel W. Bonney.

Kwang-le Hong.

廣利行 金士打

W. Comstock.

L. M. Gillett.

C. L. Dimon.

Hunt & Tobey,

Footae Hong.

李泰行花璉治

Rev. George Loomis. Rev. John B. French.

Lung-hing Kai. 龍慶街 哈吧

Rev. A. P. Happer and family.

Tung-shik Kok. 東石角 羅弼

Rev. I. J. Roberts.

Hamha Lan.

鹹蝦欄 波醫生

Rev. Dyer Ball M. D. and family.

Kum-le-fau.

金利 合信醫舘

Benjamin Hobson, M. D. and family.

Whampoa.

Ship Chandlers, Ship Hygeia,

Thomas Hunt,

Charles Tobey,

D. McLennan,

John Cooke,

Capt. Clayton, Ship Hygeia,

Dr. Smith, Ship Hygeia.

Mackay & Co,

Hugh Mackay,

C. Morris,

A. Bird, Consular Agent, V. de St. Croix, James Rowe, Dr. Lewer,

Dr. Brice,

MACAO.

PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT.

   H. E Joao Maria Ferreira do Amaral, Governor. Jeronimo Pereira Leite, A. D. C. to H. E. the governor. Antonio Jozé de Miranda, Secretary to government.

D. Geronimo' Pereira de Matta, Bishop.

J. A. de Moraes Carneiro, Judge.

Joao Baptista Gomes, Substitute of the Judge. Joao Damasceno C. dos Santos, Attorney-general. Bernardo d'Aurajo Roza, Acting Commandant. P. J. da Silva Loureiro, Harbor Master.

D. J. Barradas, Postmaster.

Senate consists of J. P. de Silva and V. de Paulo Piter, Judges ;

- with J. M. S. del Aguila, C. Danenberg, and F. H. d'Azevedo, Vere-

adores.

L. Marques, Procurador.

F. J. Marques, Treasurer.

Miguel de Souza, Assistant Treasurer.

Jozé M. Alves, and L. J. G. Pereira, Justices of Peace.

The Official paper is the Boletim do Governo, published every Wednes- day, $10 per annum; Joaŏ J. da Silva e Souza, Editor and publisher.

1

F. J. de Paiva.

Felippe A. Ozorio.

P. Marques. Bernardo E. Carneiro.

J. A. Pereira. Thome Placé.

Bernardo E. Carneiro. jr.

Claudio I. de Silva.

Francisco Xavier.

Joao J. dos Remedios.

Agency of India Insurence Company.

E. O. dos Remedios. I. dos Remedios. Jozé Bernardo Goularte. Joao Joze de Silva.

Jozé Vicente Jorge.

1. Peres da Silva. Izidore d'Almeida. Antonio M. Pereira. Lino Lopes.

Pedro Lopes.

Jozé Maria de Fonceca.

Jozé de Sá.

Antonio Carlos Brandao.

Evaristo Lopes.

Barnabé Govea.

Cypriano Antonio Pacheco.

Domingos Pacheco.

Maximiano Jozé d'Aquino. Miguel da Roza.

C. Ozorio & Co.

Candido Ozorio.

Carlos Vicente da Rocha. Emidio Jozé do Rozario.

**

¡Felix II. d'Azevedo.

Francisco Peres de Silva. Guilherme F. Bramaton. |Joaŏ Antonio Alves.

Joao Maria de Silva. Joaquim Peres de Silva. Jozé de Jezus.

Jozé Francisco d'Oliveira. Jozé Simaõ dos Remedios. Lourenço Marques. Manoel Jozé Barboza. Manoel Pereira.

Vicente C. da Rocha Sen. Vicente C. da Rocha, Jr. T. de Freitas Dispensary.

Jozé da Silva. Jozé Severo. E. Marçal.

John Smith.

M. de Souza.

Honorio A. Marçal. Ignacio M. da Silva. Joaquim Barradas.

Jozé Leaŏ.

7

R. P. De Silver, U. S. Storekeeper.

Lino de Almeida.

J. A. Durran.

Patrick Stewart and family James P.Sturgis.

Landscape and Miniature Painter. George Chinnery, M. R. A. John Middleton, and family Benjamin Seare and family. Heerjeebhoy Rustomjee.

RESIDENTS

AT AMOY.

British Consulate.

T. H. Layton and family.

W. H. Medhurst jr. and family.

W. R. Gingell.

C. A. Winchester M. D. and fam.

Syme, Muir & Co.

F. D. Syme.

J. D. Muir. A. Melville.

J. G. Jamber.

James Tait.

Jacinto Reyes.

Mitchell & Co.

W. H. Mitchell. Robert Jackson.

R. Smith.

James Min.

John Thomson,

Ship Lord Amherst.

F. W. Zabell, commander.

William W. Fysh.

Ship Pathfinder.

James Miln, commander.

James Bradshaw. William Rowe.

Schooner Royalist.

W. R. Browning. Commander. J. Stewart.

Rev. Elihu Doty and family. Rev. W. J. Pohlman.

RESIDENTS

Rutherford Alcock and family.

British Consulate.

D. B. Robertson.

H. S. Parkes.

F. H. Hale.

Jardine, Matheson, & Co.

A. G. Dallas.

J. Grant.

C. S. Matheson.

C. Wills.

Blenkin, Rawson, & Co.

A. F. Croom.

W. Kav.

H. D. Cartwright.

Gibb, Livingston, & Co.

J. G. Livingston. R. Aspinall. R. B. Ullet.

Holliday, Wise, & Co.

John Wise.

Antonio Santos.

Sykes, Schwabe, & Co.

Adam Sykes,

Gustav Brandis. Edward Burton. N. R. Adamson.

Henderson, Watson, & Co.

W.. Watson.

S. Maitland.

Augustine Heard & Co.

C. A. Fearon.

E. Deacon.

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Rev. J. V. N. Talmage. Rev. John Stronach.

Rev. Alexander Stronach and fam. Rev. William Young and family. James Hyslop, M. D. and family.

AT SHANGHAI.

Gilman, Bowman, & Co.

A. Bowman.

J. R. Wildman.

A. I. Young.

Dirom, Gray, & Co. D. Potter.

D. Sillar.

H. M. M. Gray. D. D. Lewin.

Macvicar & Co.

Henry H. Kennedy.

Julius Saur.

L. Helbling.

Lindsay & Co.

G. F. Green.

William Hogg.

A. G. Wiener.

Rathbones, Worthington, & Co.

Thomas Moncrieff.

Charles Maltby. William Broughall.

Thomas Ripley & Co.

C. Shaw.

J. H. Winch. W. Shaw.

Turner & Co.

Alex. Macculloch.

R. F. Thorburn. John Scarth.

Reiss & Co.

James Withington,

A. Fincham,

W. Potter.

Dent, Beale, & Co.

   T. C Beale. John Bowman.

J. C. Smith.

Edward Webb. J. S. Baptista.

Wolcott, Bates & Co.

Henry G. Wolcott. E. W. Bates.

J. B. Ross,

Russell & Co.

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J. N. A. Griswold. W. P. Pierce. Edward Cunningham. C. W. Spooner. P. W. Graves.

Wetmore & Co.

A. Johnston.

R. P. Saul. S. P. Goodall. J. Wilks, Jr.

W. K. Snodgrass.

A. Holtz.

A. Johnston.

Woodberry, Baylies & Co.

 C. Woodberry. N. Baylies.

H. Fogg.

T. J. Birdseye. H. W. Burdett. D. O. Clark.

D. Charnley.

Bull, Nye & Co.

W. F. Robinson,

Mackenzie, Brothers, & Co.

K. R. Mackenzie, C. D Mackenzie.

W. G. Aspinall.

J. White and family.

H. Lind,

P. Marcussen.

J. Mackrill Sinith and family,

British Chamber of Commerce. J. MacDonald Secretary.

D. Rémi, Watchmaker.

Th. Froget.

Geo. F. Hubertson.

P. F. Richards.

J. R. Prattent.

Bach and Aroné.

Jacques Aroné.

Phillips, Moore & Co.

A. Lewis. p. p..

8. H. Cohen. D. Stevens. John Miller.

John Wade.

George Hume and family.

Dossabboy Hormusjee. Framjee Sapoorjee. Maleobhoy Dongaree.

Rev. W. H. Medhurst D. n. and fam. W. Lockhart M. R. C. s. and fam, Rev Wm. C. Milne and fam. Rev. W. Muirhead, and fam. Rev. B. Southwell and fam. Rev. Joseph Edkins,

A. Wylie, and fam.

Rt. Rev. W. J. Boone D. D.and fam. Rev. Ed. Syle and fam.

Rev. Phineas D. Spaulding, Rev. J. Lewis Shuck and fain. Rev. M. T. Yates and fam. Rev. C. Carpenter and family. Rev. N. Wardner and family. Rev. Taylor and family. Rev. T. McClatchie and family Rev. W. Farmer and family E. C. Bridgman D. D. and family. Rev. J. T. Goddard and family.

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CONSULAR ESTABLISHMENTS IN CHINA.

HER BRITANnic Majesty's Superintendent of Trade, AND CONSULAR ESTABLISHMENTS. -

At Hongkong.

His Excellency Samuel G. Bon-§ H. B. M. Plenipotentiary and

HAM,

Hon. A. R. JOHNSTON,

Rev. Charles Gutzlaff,

T. Wade,

Mr. William Connor,

Mr. Fred. E. Harvey,

ADAM W. ELMslie, Esq. J. T. Walker, Esq.

Thomas T. Meadows, Esq. Mr. E. F. Giles,

Mr. H. Oakley,

Alexander Bird,

Chief Superintendent of Trade. Secretary and Registrar. Chinese Secretary.

Assistant Chinese Secretary. First Assistant,

Second Do.

At Canton.

Acting Consul,

Acting Vice Consul. Interpreter.

Senior Assistant. Junior Assistant.

Consular Agent, Whampoa.

At Amoy.

TEMPLE H. LAYTON, Esq. John Backhouse, (absent) Walter H. Medhurst, Jr. Esq. William R. Gingell, Esq. Mr. Frederick L. Hertslet, Charles A. Winchester, M. D.

R. B. JACKSON, Esq. Martin C. Morrison, Esq.

Mr. Frank Parish,

Mr. George S. Morrison,

Consul.

Vice Consul.

Acting Vice Consul. Interpreter.

First Assistant (absent). Assistant and medical attendant.

At Fuhchau.

Consul. Interpreter.

Senior Assistant.

Junior Assistant.

At Ningpo.

G. G. SULLIVAN, Esq.

C. A. Sinclair,

Mr. Patrick Hague,

RUTHERFORD ALCOCK, Esq.

D. B. Robertson, Esq.

Mr. Harry S. Parkes,

Mr. F. H. Hale,

Consul. Interpreter. Senior Assistant.

At Shánghái.

Consul.

Vice Consul.

Acting Interpreter. Senior Assistant.

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LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES.

His Excellency JOHN W. DAVIS, { Commissioner of the U. S. A. to

Rev. Peter Parker, M. D.

Paul S. Forbes, Esq.

F. T. Bush, Esq.

John N. A. Griswold, Esq.

R. P. De Silver,

FRENCH

ALEXANDRE Forth-RoUEN.

Julie Zanolle,

Henry Du Chesne,

Jozé M. Marquis,

M. de Montigny,

M. de Kleskowski,

China.

Secretary of Legation.

Consul at Canton. Consul at Hongkong. Consul at Sháng hai. Naval Storekeeper, Macao.

LEGATION.

Envoyé de France en Chine. Chancelier.

Elève Consul.

Interpreter.

Consul at Shanghái.

Interpreter.

SPANISH LEGATION.

Don Sinibaldo de Mas,

Don Juan Bautista de Sandoval, Don Juan A. Lopez de Ceballos, Don Jozé de Aguilar, Don Juan Lecaroz,

Robert Browne, Esq. W. W. Parkin, Esq. John Burd,

David Jardine, Esq. Alexander Calder, Esq.

Richard Carlowitz, Esq.

{

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister plenipotentiary. Secretary of Legation. Diplomatic Attaché.

} Attachés & students.

Consul for the Netherlands. Consul for Peru at Canton. Danish Consul, Hongkong. Danish Consul, Canton.

{ Acting Danish Consul, Sháng- {Consul for Prussia and Saxony,

GOVERNMENT OF HONGKONG.

H. E. SAMUEL G. BONHAM, C. B., Governor, Commander in chief, Vice-

Admiral, Plenipotentiary, and Chief Superintendent of Trade.

    C. B. Teesdale, lieut. Ceylon Rifles, A. D. C. to H. E. the Governor. Hon. Major-gen. William Staveley, C. B., Lieut.-Governor and Commander

of the forces,

Hon. Major Caine, Colonial Secretary and Auditor-General.

Hon. A. R. Johnston, Secretary and Registrar.

Hon. John W. Hulme, Chef-Justice.

Hon. W. T. Mercer, Colonial Treasurer.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. D. R. Caldwell, Hon, Major Caine Colonial Secretary, Rev. C. Gutzlaff, Chinese Secretary. L. D'Almada e Castro, Chief Clerk. J. M. d'A. e Castro, 20' Clerk. H. F. Hance A. Grandpré

Ass't sup. of police and Interpreter.

J. Collins and M. Quin, Clerks. James Collins, Jailer.

3d

4th

"

E. Morgan, Clerk to the Auditor-gen.

    COLONIAL TREASURY. Hon. W. T. Mercer, Treasurer. J. G. Comelate, Cashier.. R. Rienacker, Bookkeeper. W. H. Miles, Assistant. Messrs. May and Harrison, Assessors.

SURVEYOR-General's Office. C. St. George Cleverley, Surveyor gen. Hon. G. Napier, Clerk of Works. J. C. Power, Bookkeeper. G. E. Harrison, Clerk. W. Bowden, Inspector of Roads. J. Crawford, Foreman of Works. F. Mason, Assistant.

Rev. Vincent J. Stanton, Colonial

Chaplain.

F. C. Drake, Clerk and Sexton.

Lient. W. Pedder, R. N. Harbor Mast.

& Marine Magistrate.

A. Leña,

E. R. Michell,

Assistants.

SUPREME & VICE ADMIRALTY'

COURT:

Chief Justice

&

Commissary.

Hon. J. W. Hulme,

Hon. P. J. Stirling, Attorney General N. d'Esterre Parker, Crown Prosecutor. R. D. Cay, Registrar.

C. B. Hillier and C. G. Holdforth,

Coroners.

A. L. Inglis, Registrar-general. James Sxevenson, Assistant. Le Akun, Clerk and translator. Ng Min-tung, Chinese Clerk.

W. T. Morrison, Colonial Surgeon.

T. Hyland, Postmaster.

R. H. Crakanthorp, Chief Clerk. W.T. Marsh and J. Hudson, Assistants.

ROYAL ENGINEER'S OFFICE. Lieut.-col. G. Phillpotts, Commanding

engineer.

Capt. E. W. Durnford, Executive en-

gineer.

2d Capt. A. F. H. da Costa Lieut. H. Phillpotts.

:

Wm. Burgoyne and S. H. Matthews,

Clerks of Works.

George Burgoyne, Foreman of Works. J. Cameron, Clerk.

Ordnance Office.

Henry St. Hill, Ordnance Storekeeper. J. L, C. Tetley, Deputy do, Theo. S. Ford, Clerk.

John A. Blight

Wm. S. Wentworth Temporary ||Henry F. Edwards

George Napier,

Clerks.

ROYAL ARTILLERY. Lieut-col. J. Eyre, Commanding.

F. Smith, Deputy Registrar and Sur-Capt. W. B. Young.

rogate.

  W. H. Alexander, Clerk of Court. G. A. Trotter, Clerk to Chief Justice. E. L. Lanca, Interpreter of Malay

Bengalee.

J. S. Williams Bailiffs:

F. S. Balfour

     POLICE ESTABLISHMENT. C. B. Hillier, Chief Magistrate.

COMMISSARIATE.

O. Smith, Ass't Commissary general. &F S. Carpenter, Deputy Do.

J. W. Fagan, Clerk of Treasury. J. A. Brooks, Clerk.

C. G. Holdforth, and Sheriff.

Assistant Magistrate

C. May, Sup't of police.

NAVAL YARD, WEST POINT. Th. McKnight, Naval Storekeeper. Geo. Dewar (abs), W. D. Hickson, J. E Churcher, E. B. Eaton, Clerks. E. Liddall and W. Boxer, Storemen. J. Risk, J. Dearle, Coopers.

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LIST OF PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES

AT THE SEVERAL PORTS 'Of china, with THE NAMES OF THE SOCIETIES TO WHICH THEY BELONG.

Names of the Missionary Societies, and the period when they first sent laborers to the Chinese.

1. The London Missionary Society, 1807.

2. The American Board of Commissioners for For. Mis. 1829. 3. The Rhenish Missionary Society,(Barmen, Prussia,) 1832. 4. The American Baptist Missionary Union, 1834.

5. The Board of the Prot. Episcopal Ch. in the U. S. A. 1935. 6. The Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East.

(England.) 1837.

7. The Board of For. Mis. of the Presb., Ch. in the U. S. A. 1837. 8. The English General Baptist Missionary Society, 1845.

9. The Evangelical Mis. Society of Basle (Switzerland.) 1846. 10. The Board of For. Mis. of the Southern Baptist Convention.

U. S. A. 1845.

11. The Mis. Soc. of the Sabbatarian (Baptist) Ch., U. S. A. 1847. 12. The Mis. Soc. of the Methodist Epis. Ch. in the U. S. A. 1847. 13. The For. Mis. Soc., of the Presbyterian Ch. in Enland, 1847. 14. The Methodist Episcopal Church of the Southern States, 1848. The Netherlands Missionary Society, in 1827, sent out the Rev. Charles Gutzlaff; bis connection with it was dissolved in 1835. It has had no other missionary to the Chinese.

      The Medical Missionary Society in China" was established in Feb. 1838. Its sole object has been to afford to medical mission- aries, "hospitals, medicines, and attendants," without "support or remuneration" for their services.

PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES AT PRESENT LABORING por the Chinese, WHEN SENT, AND IN CONNECTION WITH WHAT SOCIETY.

CANTON,

Rev. E. C. Bridgman, D. D. and fam.,

1829 Amer. Board Com.

8. W. Williams, and fam.,

Rev. Dyer Ball, M. D. and fam.,

Rev. James G. Bridgman,

Samuel W. Bonney, licentiate,

1833

"

"

1838 (Dispensary)

1843

"

"

1845

" I

""

Rev. And. P." Happer м. D. and fam., . 1844- Amer. Pres. Board.

́Rev. John B. French,

Rev. William Speer,

Rev. Issachar J. Roberts,

Rev. Francis C. Johnson,

1846

1846

"

1836 Am, Bap. S. Con.

1847

Benj. Hobson M. D. and fam.,

Rev. John F. Cleland and family,,

Rev. William Gillespie, absent.

"

1839 Lond. Mis. Soc.

1846

"

1844

Rev. Peter Parker, M. D. Ophthalmic Hospital.

1-

Wilden

"

HONG K 2NG..

1839 Lond. Mis. Soc.

1848

Rev. Jas. Legge D. D. and fam., Rev. B. Key and fam.,

39

Rev. Thomas Gilfillan,

H. J. Herschberg M. R. C,

Rev. William Dean,

Rev. John Johnson,

Wm. A. Macy and fam. Rev. Theod. Hamberg. Rev. Rudolph Lechler, Rev. Ferdinand Genaehr, Rev. Wilhelm Lobscheid, Rev., Wm. C. Burns,

a. Lond.

Rev. Wm. Young and fam., Rev. John Stronach,

1848 Lond. Mis. Soc. 1847 (Hospital)

1834 Am. Bap. Mis. Un. 1848

1846 Mor. Ed. Soc. 1847 Ev. Mis. Soc. of B.

1847

1847 Rhenish. Mis. Soc. 1848

1847 Soc. of Pres. Ch. E.

AMOY.

1835 Lond. Mis. Soc.

1838

"}

Rev. Alex. Stronach and fam.,

1838

"1.

James Hyslop, M. D. and fam.,

1848

""

Rev. Elihu Doty and fam.,

1837 Amer. Bd. Com.

Rev. Wm. J. Pohlman,

1838

Rev. J. V. N. Talmage,

1847

1

Miss Pohlman,

1847 11.

FURCHAU.

Rev. Stephen Johnson,

1833 Amer. Bd. Com.

Rev. Lyman B. Peet and fam.,

1846

Rev. Seneca Cummings and fam.,

1847

"

1.

Rev. Caleb C. Baldwin and fam.

1847

Rev. William L. Richards,

1847

Rev. M. C. White

Rev. J. D. Collins,

"

1847 Meth. Epis. U.S.A.

1847 "

"

Rev. Henry Hickok and fam.,

1848

Rev. R. S. Maclay,

1848

NINGPO

1844 Amer. Pres. Bd.

1844

1844

Rev. M. S. Culbertson and fam., Rev. A. W. Loomis and fam.. Rev. R. Q. Way and fam., D. B. McCartee, M. D.

4 Rev. J. W. Quarterman,

Dan. J. McGowan, м. D. and fam., Rev. Ed. C. Lord and fam.,

- Rev. Thos. H. Hudson,

t

Rev. William Jarrom and faṛn.,

Miss Aldersey,

Miss Selmer,

19

"

1844 (Dispensary)

1806

"

1843 Am. Bap. Mise." U

1847

"

"

1845 Eng. Gen. Bap, S.

1845

1838

1847

""

Rev. R. H. Cobbold,

1848 Ch. Miss. Soc.

Rev. W. A. Russell

SHANGHAI.

Rev. W. H. Medhurst D. D. and fam.,

W. Lockhart, m. 1. c. 8. and fam., Rev. Wm. C. Milne and fam.,

Rev. W. Muirhead, and fain,

Rev. B. Southwell and fam.,

1848

"

1817 Lond. Mis. Soc. 1838 (Hospital)

1839

1947

"

19

1847

>>

85

Rev. Joseph Edkins

A. Wylie, and fam.,

Rt. Rev. W. J. Boone D. D. and fam., Rev. Ed. Syle and fam.,

Rev. Phineas D. Spaulding,

Miss Morse,

Miss Jones,

Rev. J. Lewis Shuck and fam.,

Rev. Thomas W. Tobey and fam., Kev. M. T. Yates and fam., Rev. C. Carpenter and fam., Rev. Nathan Wardner and fam..., Rev. Taylor M. D. aud fam., Rev. Jenkins and fam.,

Rev. Thos. McClatchie and fam..., Rev. W. Farmer and fam.,

1848 Lond. Min. Soc.

1847

..

""

1837 Am. Epis. Bd.

1845

"

11

1847 "

31

1845

"

1845

11

1836 Bap. South Con.

1847 11 1847 *

19

1847 Sabbat. Soc.U.S.A 1847

"

1848 Methodist Epis. 1848 ( Church South. 1844 Church Mis. Soc. 1848

Rev. Josiah T. Goddard and fam., of Siam 1839 Am. Bap. Mis. Un.

SOCIETIES.

London Mis. Society Am. Board of Commis Rhenish Mis. Society Am. Bap. Mis. Un. Church Mis. Soc. Eng. Morrison Ed. Society Epis. Ch. of U. S. A. Pres. Board of U. 8. A. Eng. Gen. Bap. Soc. Evan. Soc. of Basle South Bap. Con. U. 8. A. Sabbath Bap. Soc. U.S. A. Meth. Ep. Ch. of U. 8. A. Meth Ep. Ch. Sou. A 8.U. Presb. Ch. in England Unconnected

Total at all ports

Societies engaged

Missionaries

·

SUMMARY.

Canion.

Hong- hong.

Amay.

chav.

Ning po.

hong-

Sam

3

3

2

| 14 | 12 |

2

¦ ¦ wi wi

71 9 | 1 | 19 |

American. English. In China. Swiss. German. Total.

4

42

24

"

1

15

71

18

13

• NANO 15 20 00 G9 1 1 en 20 25 30

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ROMAN CATHOLIC ESTABLISHMENTS AT HONGKONG.

Rt. Rev. T. A. Forcade, D. D. Bishop.

Rev. Peter Le Turdu.

Rev. John Fenouil.

Rev. Joseph Chong.

Rev. Felix McMahon.

Rev. Prudence Girard.:

Rev. Napoleon F. Libois, Procureur général de la Société des Missions Etrangeres. Pierre Monicou, Assistant.

F. Joseph Rizzolati, Roman Catholic Bishop.

Very Rev. Fr. Anthony Feliciana, Procureur of the Propaganda

Rev. Lewis Ambrou, Vice Procureur.

Fide.

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COMMERCIAL HOUSES, AGENTS, &c. in CHINA,

· WITH LIBts of partners and ASSISTANTS,

AS NEARLY AS THEY can be ascertained.

Adnams, J, Saddle maker, Hongkong, Aga Mirza Boozrug, Canton

Aga Mohamed..

Ardaseer Furdonjee, Ameerodeen & Jafferbhoy,

Ameerodeen Abdool Latiff, · Nujmoodeen Shoojautally, Jamasjee Rustomjee Avaldar, Framjee Burjorjee, Shumsoodeen Moockrey Shaik Munsoor Nizamally Cumerally Rumzanally Alla Bux Dosunjee

Anderson, D., Hongkong.

Bach & Arone, Sh.

Jacques Aròné

Badenoch, P., Hongkong,

Balfour, A. H. surgeon, Hongkong

Barnes, D. J. Hongkong.

Barnet & Co., George

George Barnet,

William Barnet

Horace Wiltshire

Bigham & Co. Hongkong,

Samuel Bigham,

Ninian Crawford,

Birley, F. B,

Marciano da Silva.

Blenkin, Rawson, & Co. Hon. Canton.

T. S. Rawson,

William Blenkin,

Arthur J. Empson,

England.

Samuel Rawson, Canton,

Alexander F. Croom, Shánghái. C. Empson, (abs)

Henry D CartwrightTM Sh William Kay,

"1

W. H. Luce, Canton, Fraser Sinclair, Hongkong. T. Marques

W. M. Norton,

Bourne, H. F. Can.

"

Editor Commercial List.

Bovet, Brothers & Co.,

Louis Bovet.

Fritz Bovet.

Edouard Bovet.

Bowra, Humphreys, & Co. Hongkong.

C. W. Bowra

Alfred Humphreys.

W. A. Bowra.

Browne, Robert, Canton,

Buckler, William,

W. Buckler, jr. Bull, Nye & Co. Shanghái,

I. M. Bull,

Gideon Nye Jr. New York, William F. Robinson,

Burd, John & Co., H.

John Burd.

Fred. H. Block,

Byramjee Cooverjee.

Cursetjee Shavuzshaw. Burjorjee Sorabjee. Bush & Co., Hongkong.

F. T. Bush.

J. C. Anthon, 8. Williams, C. H. Noyes. F. Williams.

Miguel de Souza, jŕ. A. de Souza.

Carlowitz, Harkort & Co.

Richard Carlowitz./ Bernhard Harkort. L. Wiese.

Carter, Augustus, Hon, Carter, Geo. D. Canton. ́ Chalmers & Co., Canton.

Patrick Chalmers.

James Dickson Park.

Canton British Chamber of Commerce.

Spencer Compton, Sec.

China Mail, Newspaper, Hongkong,

Andrew Shortrede, Editor, Andrew Dickson,

Joseph Porter,

Francisco C. Barradas,

Jozé M. da Silva,

Manoel L. Roza Pereira, Joao Braz Graçon,

Athanazio A. de Fonceon, Vicente F. Barradas, Joaquim M. da Silva.

Compton & Ca., C. 8.,

Charles 8. Compton,

A. E. H. Campbell,

Cohen, Samuel H. Shang. Comstock, W. O.

L. C. Dimond

4

L. M. Gillet.

Chinese Repository, Periodical, Canton.

S. Wells Williams.

Jozé Vicente Barros.

Agent Netherlands Trading Company. Cowasjee Pallanjee.

C. T. Verkouteren.

Buchanan, J. C.

Cooverjee Bomanjee, Bombay. Cowasjee Framjee.

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Sapoorjee Bomanjee Cowasjee Sapoorjee Lungrane.

Cowasjee Sapoorjee Lungrana. Pestonjee Byramjee Colah. Muncherjee Framjee. Pestonjee Jamsetjes Motiwalla. Rustomjee Pestonjee Motiwalla. Dossabhoy Hormoøjee. Skángh. Framjee Hormusjee. Burjorjee Pestonjee. Ruttunjee Framjee Vatcha.

Dadabhoy Jamsetjee.

Merwanjee Eduljee.

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Rustomjee Burjorjee.

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Dallas & Co, Canton.

William Dallas, England. George Coles,

Stephen Ponder, Canion.

F. Booker.

David Sassoon, Sons, & Co.,

Abdalah David Sassoon, Elliao David Bassoon.

Jehangeer Framjee Buxey Isaac Reuben, Shanghái. Binjamin Eliah.

Solomon David Merwanjee Dadabhoy J. Tinawy.

Dehon, Thomas M. J. Can.

Dent & Co. Hongkong and Canton.

Lancelot Dent, Europe.

Wilkinson Dent Hongkong. Archibald Campbell,

John Dente

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J. C. Smith. Edward Webb J. 8. Baptista.

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Alexander Gray,

D. W. MacKenzie,

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Dorabjee Pestonjee Patell. Pallaajee Dorabjee,

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Dhunjeebhoy Dosabhoy, Nowrojee Cursetjes, Dadabhoy Sorabjee,

Duddell, George, Hongkong.

8. Appleton. R. Gutieriez.

Dunjeebhoy Framjee Casna.

Shapoorjee Sorabjee. Burjorjee Pestonjee.

Durran, J. A., Jr. Macao, Encarnaçað, A. L. Hon.

Auctioneer & Commission Agent,

M. Barradas

Eduljee Framjee, Sons, & Co.

Dadabhoy Eduljee. Bomanjee Eduljee.

Fischer & Co.

Maximilian Fischer.

James Whittall.

Fletcher & Co., Hon.

Angus Fletcher, England, Duncan Fletcher, Hon. George Findlay, Hon.

Antonio M. Cortella. A. Campbell,

Franklyn, W. H.

C. V. Mennecker,

G.C. Franklyn, H. Fitz Stubbs.

Frazar, George, Shipwright, Hon.

George Perkins

Joseph B. Lunt.

Fryer, A. H, & Co., Hongkong,

A. H. Fryer.

Charles Buckton,

W. Dalziel.

Friend of China, Newspaper, Hong.

John Carr, Editor,

Luiz M. de Azevedo,

José Sanchez, Antonio de Vidigal, Antonio de Fonceca,

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Gibb, Livingston & Co. Can & Hong

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T. A. Gibb,

W. P. Livingston,

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J. G. Livingston, Shan. John Skinner, Canton, Thomas Jones, Hon.

John Gibb, (abs,).

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William Ellis, Hon. James M. Wright, Richard Aspinall, jr. s R. B. Ullett, s Candido J. Ozorio, c

Gilbert, J., surgeon, Hon. Gilman & Co., Canton

R. J. Gilman, (abs.)

Levin Josephs, W. H. Vacher, J. Williams,

George de St. Croix, Aug. Hudson, e

Gilman, Bowman & Co., Shánghái,

R. J. Gilman с

Abram Bowman,

A. I. Young,

A. G Rusden Sh.

Augustine Heard,

Heard & Co., Augustine, Canton & Sh.

George B. Dixwell,

John Heard,

Joseph L. Roberts, John G. Ward,

J. H. Everett,

W. Gilbert,

A. Heard, jr. C. Brinley, C. A. Fearon, E. Deacon,

Heerjeebboy Ardaseer & Co,

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Boston

Heerjeebhoy Hormuzjee, Ardaseer Rustomjee.

Cursetjee Hosunjee.

Eduljee Cursetjee,

Henderson, Watson, & Co, Can. & Sh.

C. P. Henderson, Manchester,

W. Watson, s

S. Mackenzie, Can.

S. Maitland, s

A. Thorne.

Holgate, H., surgeon, Macao,

Holliday, Wise & Co., Canton & Hong

R. J. Farbridge, England. John Holliday,

John Wise,

Roger Jacson, Canton, Charles Waters

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Charles E. Bateson Sk. Antonio Santos,

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|Hongkong Register, newspaper.

Juha Cairns, Editor,

Antonio II. Carvalho, Jozé H. Carvalho, C. E. Rizios, A. Rizios,

Hongkong Dispensary.

Peter Young, House

James H. Young, Manager

Jezuino da Roza,

Florencio de Sours,

Alberto Botelho

Hormusjee Framjee & Co.

Rustomjee Byramjee,

Cursetjee Rustomjee Daver, Pestonjee Dinshawjee, Bombay

Hormasjee, B. & N.

Burjorjee Hormusjee,

Hunt and Tobey, Whampoa.

T. Hunt.

Charles Tobey

D. McLennan,

John Cooke,

Iness, J. E. Hongkong.

James Crooke & Mansèy., Can & Hon George Massey, Calcutta

John T. Cuvillier

John S. Fox

James White & Co. Skan

James White,

H. Lind,

P. Marcussen,

|Jamieson, Edger, & Co., Hun and C.

J. F. Edger,

G. Jamieson, Glasgow.

John Gifford, Calcutta.

Richard Rothwell, c

R. B. Sherard, k

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A. Grant Dallas, Skángbái J. C. Bowring, Eng J. B. Compton, k Jobh Currie, h John A. Goddard, h Augustus Howell, h William W. Maciver, h Alex W. McPherson, A W. F. Matheson, A C. F. Still, h Joze M. d'Outeiro. A Floriano A. Rangel, A John T Mounsey, c M. A. McLeod, e Albino P. Silveira c James Grant, Sh C. S. Matheson, Sh.

C. Wills, Shanghái.

Johnston, Sr. A. Shan.

W. K. Snodgrass,

A. Holtz,

A. Johnston,

David Kennedy,

Kennedy, Macgregor, & Co.

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Man & Co, James L. Canton.

James L. Man.

Markwick, Charles

Government Auctioneer, Hong.

Edmund A. Freemantle,

Martin, Henry, Hongkong Hotel. Meadows, John A. T. Canton,

Alexander C. Macgregor, Europe Miller, John, Sh.

George C. Bruce,

A. F. Koch,

Kenny, B. M. D. Surgeon, Canton

Florencio do Rozario,

Jozé da Rocha.

Lapraik, Douglas

Just

Lewis, W. D. Canton

Limjee Jamsetjee & Co.

Limjee Jamsetjee

Jalbhoy Cursetjee

Rustomjee Merwanjee N.

Rustomjee Jalbhoy,

Muncherjee Jevunjee Mehta

Lindsay & Co. Hon. Sh. and Canton

H. H. Lindsay, England, Crawford Kerr,

Walter Davidson,

W. Hogg, s

W. Freyer,

H. Dundas,

Travers Buxton, Canton,

F. Chapman,

H. D. Margesson

G.F. Green, s A. G. Wiener Angelo Barradas, B. dos Remedios.

Lyall & Co., George, Hong.

George Lyall,

W. A. Meufing, C. H. Head.

McGregor, R. Canton.

MacEwen & Co., Hongkong, Alexander Wilson, W. F. Ross.

MacKnight, T., Hongkong.

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Macvicar & Co., Hongkong and Can.

John Macvicar,

D L. Burn,

Gilbert Smith,

England,

Thomas D. Neave, h

W. C. Le Geyt, h

H. H. Kennedy, Sha. Thomas S. Smith, h T. C. Piccope, h Julius Saur, Sh. Lewis Helbling. Sh John Fergusson, G. J. Bennetts, Joaquim de Campos.

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Mitchell & Co. Hon. & Amoy. W. H. Mitchell,

Robert Jackson,

Richard Smith,

Morrison, John G. Surgeon, Hon.

Moses, A. R. B.

Moul & Co., Henry, Canton

Henry Moul,

Alfred Moul,

George Moul,

Murrow & Co.

Y. J. Murrow,

W. N. Piccope,

L. E. Murrow,

N. Duns & Co. Hong.

Nicolay Duus.

J. O. Barretto

Nesserwanjee Byramjee Fackeerajee, Nesserwanjee Framjee,

D. D. Taleacaw,

Nesserwanjee Camajee & Co, P. & D.

Pestonjee Nowrojee Pochawjee,

Dorabjee Nesserwanjee Camajee, Hormusjee Nesser. Pochawjee. R. P. Cawperwala,

K. Unverally,

Noor Mohamed Lhatoobhoy,

Mulloobhoy Doongersey Hajeebboy Dawood,

Goolam Hoosain Kamal.

Noronha, D. Printer, Hon.

Antonio Fonceca,

Nye, Parkin, & Co. Canton,

Gideon Nye, jr. New York. W. W. Parkin Clement D. Nye, T. S. H. Nye,

J. P. Van Loffelt, Timothy Durrell, T. Pyke, E. C. H. Nye, Francisco A. Seabra.

Olyphant & Co.

W. H. Morss,

R. P. Dana,

F. A. King,

Olding, J. A.

Jolding

W. O. Bokee,

David O. King,

Agent P. & 0. S. N. Co. Hon. Wm. R. Roole,

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Oriental Bank, Hongkong

C. J. F. Stewart, Samuel Gray,

Fred Tozer.

Archibald Duulop,

P. Campbell,

} Canton,

Joze M. de Noronha.

Parker & Co., Joseph,

Coal Merchants, Hon.

Parker, Norcott d'E.

Solicitor and Notary Public, Hon.

E. H. Pollard,

A. Guiterres,

J. dos Remedios,

Pestonjee Framjee Cama & Co.

Jamsetjee Rustomjee Eranee, Pestonjee Merwanjee Eranee, Dossabhoy Framjee Caum, Burjorjee Eduljee,

Bomanjee Muncherjee, Nowrojee Cowasjee, Cowasjee Pestonjee,

Dinshaw Merwanjee,

Pestonjee, D. P. & M.

Dadabhoy Pestonjee Manackjee Pestonjee.

Phillips, Moore & Co. J. Phillips, Hon.

A, Lewis, Sh.

Pustau & Co. W. Canton & Hon.

William Pustau,

S. Delevie, h

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Rathbones, Worthington & Co.

William Rathbones, jr.

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James Worthington, Can. Thomas Moncrieff, Sh.

F. Duval,

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Rawle, Drinker & Co. Hongkong,

S. B. Rawle,

S. Drinker,

N. L. Ingols,

J. P. Kinulf

Armstrong,

D. L. Proctor,

Reiss & Co. Shán and Canton.

James Withington, Sh. M. Sichel, Canton.

A. Fincham s W. Potter, s Thomas Everard, e

Reynvaan & Co. Canton,

H. G. I. Reynvaan,

Henrique Hyndman.

Rickett, John, Hon.

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Ripley & Co.. Thomas, Shin.

Thomas Ripley, England, Charles Shaw, Shun.

J. H. Winch,

W. Shaw,

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James Lomax, Hon.

Ripley, Smith, & Co. Canton.

Timothy Smith, England Philip W. Ripley,

H. H. Smith,

Robert Ellice.

Ritchie & Co. A. A., Canton.

A. A. Ritchie

Henry M. Olmsted, abs. J. Manuel Mur,

Charles Platt,

Russell & Co. Can & Sh.

Paul S. Forbes,

William H. King,

George Perkins,

John N. A. Griswold. Sh.

S. J. Hallam,

E. A. Low, abs.

R. S Sturgis, absent.

G. Meredith, S. T. Baldwin, F. Reiche,

Segismuudo Rangel, Jayme Rangel, William P. Pierce, E. Cunningham, C. W. Spooner, James Crampton, P. W. Graves,

Rutherford, Robert, Hon.

J. C. V. Ribiero

Sh.

Ruttonjee Horinusjee Camajee & Co.

D. H. Camajee,

R. H. Camajee, Bombay,

P. H. Camajee, Bombay

Dorabjee Framjee Cohola

[Ruttunjee, R. & D. Cantor,

Rustomjee Ruttonjee, Dhunjeebhoy Ruttonjee,

Ryan, George, Canton. Schwemann, D. W. Canton.

William Dreyer,

Scott & Co, William, Hon.

William Scott,

Adam Scott,

Seare & Co, Benjamin, Macao.

Benjamin Seare,

Siemssen, G. T. Canton. Smith, John, Macao.

Marcellino de Souza,

Honorio Marçal, Ignacio da Silva,

Smith & Brimelow, Hon.

James Smith,

James W. Brimelow

L. F. Viera,

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Smith, J. Mackrill, Sh. Strachan, George, Hon. -Strachan, Robert,

Stevens, D. Shanghai. Stewart, Patrick, Macao, Sturgis, James P. Macao. Symne, Muir & Co., Amoy, F. D. Syme

J. D. Muir A. Melville

J.-G. Jamber

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Sykes, Schwabe & Co. Sh.

Benjamin Butler, Manila, Adam Sykes, Shánghải. Gustav C. Schwabe, Liverpool.

Martin Wilhelmy, Cunton. W. R. Adainson, Shánghái. Gustav Brandis

Edward Burton.

Sword & Co. John D. Canton, John D. Sword,

Edwin Houston.

Tait, James, Amoy

Jacinto Reyes.

Turner & Co., Hongkong, Can. & Sh.

Thoinas W. L. Mackean.

Patrick Dudgeon, absent. John Stewart, absent.

Alexander McCulloch, Shan.

John H. Cannan k

C. Wilson, Shanghai,

R. F. Thorburne, Sh

J. Scarth, Shang.

E. H. Levin, k

F. N. Snow, k

W. Walkinshaw, Can.

Charles Anderson. h

Manuel V. Marques,

Vaucher, Fritz, Canton,

Constant Borel.

Viegas A., Steamer Corsair office,

L. F. Viegas,

Wade, John, Shan,

Warden H. H. Canton.

Watson, T. Boswell, Surgeon, Macao.

Francisco Soares

Weiss, Charles, Hongkong.

Wetmore & Co., Canton & Shang.

S. Wetmore, jr. absent. William Moore, G. H. Lamson.

Henry Davis, Thomas Gittins, O. E. Roberts, M. Simoens,

Q. Gutierres,

R. Powell Saul, Shánghái.

S. P. Goodale,

J. Wilks. Jr.

Wolcott, Bates & Co. Sh.

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H. W. Burdett,

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LIST OF FOREIGN RESIDENTS IN CHINA.

N. B It has been found impossible to note, with perfect accuracy the names and places of residence of all the foreigners in China; in the following list care has been taken to include all except those connected with the British army and navy.

   Abbreviations.-Ca for Canton; ma for Macao; ho for Hongkong; am for Amoy; fu for Fuhchau; ni for Ningpo; and sh for Shánghái.

Adamson, NR

Adnams, J

Aga Mirza Boozrug

Abdul Rahim Nuyunee,

Aderjee Sapoorjee

ca

sh

Bennetts. G J Benson, John

ca

ho

>

ca

Bigham Samuel

ho

ho

Binjamin Eliah

ca

ca

Bird, Alexander

wh

Alexander, WH

Alla Bux Dosunjee

Aga Mohamed

Aguilar, Jozé de

Alcock, R. and family

ma

Birdseye, T. J.

Birley, FB and fam Block, Frederick H Bomanjee Eduljee

ca

sh

ca

sh

ho

ca

ca

ca

Bomanjee Muncherjee

ca

Allureka Versey,

ho

Bokee, William O

ca

Almeida, Lino de

ma

Bonham, H. E. Samuel G.

ho

Ambrou, Rev. Lewis

ho

Bonney, S W.

ca

Ameeroodeen Abdul Latiff

ca

Booker, Frederic

ca

Anderson, Charles

ho

Boone, Rt. Rev. W. J. and fam sh

Anderson, D

ho

Borel, Constant

ca

Anthon, Joseph C

ho

Botelho, Alberto

ho

Appleton, S

ho

Bourne, H F

ca

Ardaseer Rustomjee

ca

Bovet, Edouard

ca

Ardaseer Byramjee

ca

Bovet, Louis

ca

Ardaseer Furdonjee

ca

Bovet, Fritz

ca

Armstrong

ho

Bowden, W

ho

Aroné, Jacques

sh

Bowman, John

sh

Aspenderjee Tamoojee

ca

Bowman, James

sh

Aspinall, W G

sh

Bowman, Abram

sh

Aspinall, Richard

sh

Bowra, Charles W.

ho

Azevedo, Luiz M de'

ho

Bowra, William A.

ho

Backhouse, John (abs).

am

Boxer, W.

ho

Badenoch, P

ho

Bradshaw, James

am

Baldwin, S T

ca

Braga, João Roza

ho

Balfour, F S

ho

Braga, Manoel Roza

ho

Balfour, Doct. A H. and fam.

ho

Braine, Charles J

ho

Ball, Rev. Dyer, and family,

ca

Brandis, Gustav

sh

Baptista, J S

sh

Brice, Dr.

wh

Barnes, D J

ho

Bridgman, E. C.D D. and fam sh

Barnet, George

ca

Bridgman, Rev. James G

ca

Barnet, William

ca

Brimelow, James W

ho

Barradas, M

ho

Brinley, C

ca

Barradas, Francisco

ho

Britto, Jozé de

ho

Barradar, Vicente F

ho

Brodersen, C.

ca

Barradas, Angelo

ho

Brown, W W

sh

Barretto, J. O.

ho

Browne, Robert

ca

Barros, Jozé Vicente

ca

Bates, E W

sh

Baylies, N.

sl

Bruce, George C

Broughall, W

Browning, W. R.

ca

am

sh

Beale, Thomas Chay

sh

Buchanan, J C

ho

93

Buckler, William, Jr.

     Buckler, William Buckton, C

Bunjee Canjee,

Burd, John

Burdett, H. W.

Burgoyne, George

Burgoyne, William

Burjorjee Eduljee

Burjorjee Hormusjee (abs)

Burjorjee Hormusjee

Burjorjee Pestonjee

Burjorjee Sorabjee

Burton, Edward

Burns, Rev. William C.

Bush, F. T. and family

Buxton, Travers

Byramjee Rustomjee

Byramjee Coverjee

Caine, Hon. major William

Cairns, John

Caldas, Joaquim P

Calder, Alexander

Caldwell, Daniel R.

Cameron, J

Campbell, A

Campbell, Archibald E. H.

Campbell, P

Campbell, Archibald

Campos, Joaquim de

ca

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ca

Comelate, J. G.

ho

ca

Compton, Spencer

ca

ho

Compton, Charles S

ca

са

Compton, J B

ho

ho

Comstock, W. O.

ca

Connor, William

ho

ho

ho

Cooke, John Cooper, J

wh

sh

ca

Cordeiro, Albanio A.

ho

ca-

Cortella, Antonio M

ho

ca

Cowasjee Pestonjee,

ca

sh

Cowasjee Pallanjee

ca

ca

Cowasjee Franjee

ca

sh

Cowasjee Sapoorjee Lungrana ca

ho

Crakanthorp, R Í

ho

bo

Crampton, J

sh

ca

Crawford, Ninian

ho

ca

Crawford, J

ho

Croom, A F

sh

ho

Cruz, F F de

ca

ho

ho

Cursetjee Rustʊmjee

Culbertson, Rev. M S and fam. ni

Cunningham, Edward

ca

sh

ho Currie, John

ho

bo

Cursetjee Rustomjee Daver

ca

ho

Cursetjee Hosunjee

ca

Cuvillier, John Ť

ca

ho

Cumerally Rumzanally

ca

ho

ho

ho

ca

ca

ca

ca

Carter, Augustus

ca

Cartwright, HD

ca

ca

Ca

Carvalho, Jozé H

ho

Dale, W W and family

ca

Carvalho, Antonio H

ho

Dallas, A Grant

sh

Castro, L d'Almada e

ho

Dalziel, W.

ho

Castro, J. M. d'Almado e

ho

Dana, Richard P

ca

Cay, R Dundas

Davidson, Walter

ho

Ceballos, Juan A Lopez de

nia

Chalmers, Patrick

Chapman, A

ca

Davis, H. E. John W. Davis, Henry

ca

ca

ca De Silver, R. P.

Ca

Chapman, F

ca

De Silver, A. T.

ho

Charnley,

D

sh

Deacon, E

sh

Chinnery, George

ma

Dean, Rev William

ho

Chomley, Francis C

ho

Dearle, J.

ho

Churcher, John E.

ho

Dehon, Thomas M J

sh

Clark, DO

ca

Delevie, S

ho

Clark, J H

ho

Dent, G

sh

Clayton, G. T.

wh

Dent, Wilkinson

.ho

Cleland, Rev. John F. & fam.

ca

Dent, John

ca

Cleverley, C St. George

ho

Dhunjeebhoy Dossabhoy

ca

Clifton, Samuel

ho

Cohen, S. H.

sh

Cole, Richard, and faiṇ.

ho

Collins, J

ho

Dhunjeebhoy Framjee Časna

Dhunjcebhoy Ruttonjee

Dhunjeebhoy Hormuzjee H Dickson, Henry

ca

ca

ca

ho

:

Cannan, John H

Carlowitz. Richard

Carpenter, Rev. C and family sh

Carr, John

Carter, George D.

Carvalho, CT

Cursetjee Shavuxshaw Cursetjee Eduljee Da Costa, A FH Dadabhoy Eduljee Dadabhoy Byramjee

ho Dadabhoy Pestonjee

Dadabhoy Sorabjee

ho Dadabhoy Jamsetjee Dadabhoy Burjorjee Dadamiah Babusaib,

ca

ca

ca

ho

Dill, R. Doct. Dimier, C.

Dimon, M. W.

   Dinshaw Merwanjee, Dixson, Andrew

Dorabjee Framjee Cohola Dorabjee Pestonje Patell Dorabjee Nesserwanjee C. Dossabhoy Hormusjee, Dossabhoy Framjee Camajee Dossabhoy Hormusjee Cama Doty, Rev Elihu and fam Drake, Francis

ca

ho

ca

ca

ca

ho

Framjee Burjorjee

ca

Frazar, George

ca

Freemantle, Edmund A

French, Rev. John B

sh

Fryer, A H

94

Franklyn, G C Franklyn, W J Framjee Jamsetjee Framjee Sapoorjee

ho

ho

ho

ca

2AATTAAT 2

ca

ho

ho

ca

ho

ca

Fryer, W

ho

ca

Fysh, William W.

am

am

Gangjee Goolam Hoosain

ca

ho

Garchi, Giovanni

ho

Dreyer, William

ca

Garvine, Henry

ho

Drinker, Sandwith

ho

Garçon, Joao Braz

ho

Du Chesne, Henry

ca

Gaskell, W.

ho

Duddell, George

ho

Genaehr, Rev. Ferdinand

ho

Dugdale, W. H

ho

Gibb, George

ca

Duncan, William

ho

Gibbs, Richard

ca

Dundas, H

ho

Gibson, E

ho

Dunlop, Archibald

ca

Durnford, E W

ho

Durran, Jr., J. A.

ma

Durrell, Timothy J

ca

Duus, N. and family

ho

Gilbert, J

Giles, Edward F.

Gilfillan, Rev. Thomas Gillett, L. W.

Gilman, RJ (absent)

ho

ca

ho

ca

ca

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