Medhurst: An inquiry into the proper mode of translating ruach and pneuma, in the Chinese version of the Scriptures

Walter Henry Medhurst: An inquiry into the proper mode of translating ruach and pneuma, in the Chinese version of the Scriptures (Shanghae: Printed at the Mission Press 1850)

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Peet: Remarks on the best term for God in Chinese

L. B. Peet: Remarks on the best term for God in Chinese; also on the proper basis of compromise on this subjet. Addressed to the friends of Protestant Missions to the Chinese (Canton 1852)

Bibliographic reference: BS col. 1284 Digitized: Cornell University No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

Habersham: The North Pacific surveying and exploring expedition

Alexander Wyllay Habersham: The North Pacific surveying and exploring expedition, or, My last cruise: where we went and what we saw, being an account of visits to the Malay and Loo-Choo Islands, the coasts of China, Formosa, Japan, Kamtschatka, Siberia, and the mouth of the Amoor River (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott/London: Trübner 1857)

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Historia de las cosas más notables, ritos y costumbres del gran reyno de la China

One of the earliest printed account was Historia de las cosas más notables, ritos y costumbres del gran reyno de la China by Juan González de Mendoza (c. 1540 – 1617), first published in 1585. For a listing of editions in various languages see Cordier, BS 8-17.

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