The history of China. Upon the plan of Mr. Rollin’s antient history

The history of China. Upon the plan of Mr Rollin’s antient history. Containing I. A general idea of their history. … VI. A succinct description … To which is prefixed, an accurate map of China, … Translated from the French. (London: printed for J. and P. Knapton, 1755)

The history of China. Upon the plan of Mr. Rollin’s antient history. Containing, I. A general idea of their history. II. A Description of their Country. III. An Account of their Government. IV. Of their Commerce, Arts and Sciences. V. Of their Religion, Manners, and particular Customs. VI. A succinct description of some Kingdoms that are tributary to China. – Also the Natural History of China. To which is prefixed, an accurate map of China, drawn from Surveys made by the Jesuit Missionaries by Order of the Emperor. Translated from the French. (London: Printed for J. Knox, at the Three Poets, near Southampton-Street, in the Strand, M.DCC.LXIII. [1763])

  • Digitized: Google Books (Original from Princeton University, digitized 24 February 2011)
  • Bibliographic references: ESTC Citation No. N8849, BS 53
  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie

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