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" Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty-one millions of dollars in the course of the present and three succeeding years. 3. The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-chow-foo, Ningpo, and Shanghai to be thrown open to British... "
The Chinese War: An Account of All the Operations of the British Forces from ... - Page 451
by John Ouchterlony - 1844 - 522 pages
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1842
...following are the most important provisions. 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty-one millions of dollars in...The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-chow-foo, Ningpo, and Shanghai to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to be appointed to reside at them,...
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The Monthly Chronicle, Volume 3

Nathan Hale - 1842
...following are the most important provisions : 1. Lasting Peace and Friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty-one millions of dollars in...three succeeding years. 3. The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-choo-foo, Ningpo, and Shanghae to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to be...
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The Chinese Repository, Volume 11; Volume 19

China - 1842
...provisions : 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty one-millions of dollars in the course of the present and three »succeeding years. 3. The ports of Canton, Ainoy, Fiichuu tu, Nmgpo, and Shanghai, to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to...
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Two Years in China: Narrative of the Chinese Expedition, from Its Formation ...

Duncan MacPherson - China - 1843 - 391 pages
...Cornwallis, on the 29th of August, 1842 :— 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. '2. China to pay Twenty-one Millions of Dollars in...three succeeding years. 3. The Ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo Chow Foo, Ningpo, and Shanghai, to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to be...
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Doings in China: Being the Personal Narrative of an Officer Engaged in the ...

China - 1843 - 320 pages
...folowing are the most important provisions : — 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty-one millions of dollars in...three succeeding years. 3. The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-choo-foo, Ning-Po, and Shang-Hae, to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to...
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Doings in China: Being the Personal Narrative of an Officer Engaged in the ...

Alexander Murray - China - 1843 - 320 pages
...folowing are the most important provisions : — 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty-one millions of dollars in...three succeeding years. 3. The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-choo-foo, Ning-Po, and Shang-Hae, to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to...
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The War in China: Narrative of the Chinese Expedition, from Its Formation in ...

Duncan MacPherson - China - 1843 - 280 pages
...body of officers of both arms of the service. 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay Twenty-one Millions of Dollars in...three succeeding years. 3. The Ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo Chow Foo, Ningpo, and Shanghai, to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to be...
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The Closing Events of the Campaign in China: The Operations in the Yang-tze ...

Granville G. Loch - China - 1843 - 227 pages
...following are the most important provisions : — 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty-one millions of dollars in...three succeeding years. 3. The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-choo-foo, Ningpo, and Shang-hai, to be thrown open to British merchants ; consular officers to...
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Narrative of the Expedition to China: From the Commencement of the War to ...

John Elliot Bingham - China - 1843
...and Keang-si. "1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. "2. China to pay 21,000,000 dollars in the course of the present and three succeeding...The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foochow-foo, Ningpo, and Shang-hai to be thrown open to British merchants ; consular officers to be appointed to reside at them...
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The New Englander, Volume 1

Criticism - 1843
...important provisions : 1. Lasting peace and friendship between the two empires. 2. China to pay twenty one millions of dollars in the course of the present and...years. 3. The ports of Canton, Amoy, Foo-chow-foo, Ningpoo, and Shanghai, to be thrown open to British merchants ; consular officers to be appointed to...
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