The East India kalendar; or, Asiatic register [1792]

The East India kalendar; or, Asiatic register. For Bengal, Madras, Bombay, Fort Marlborough[,] China, and St. Helena. : For the year 1792… Containing complete and correct lists of the Company’s civil, military, marine, law, and revenue establishments; public offices, bankers; Greek, Armenian, Mogul, and Portuguese merchants; Company’s agents at home and abroad; with a correct … → Continue reading

Graves: A brief narrative …

Edward Graves: A brief narrative and deduction of the several remarkable cases of Sir William Courten, and Sir Paul Pyndar, Knights; and William Courten late of London Esquire, deceased: their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, together with their surviving partners and adventurers with them to the East-Indies, China and Japan, and divers other parts of … → Continue reading

Morse: The chronicles of the East India Company trading to China 1635-1834

Hosea Ballou Morse: The chronicles of the East India Company trading to China (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1926)

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Schantz: Beskrivning av en resa till Kanton 1746-1749 [manuscript]

Carl Fredrik von Schantz: Beskrivning av en resa till Kanton 1746-1749 [manuscript]

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Gethe: Dagbok hållen på resan till Ost Indien begynt den 18 octobr: 1746 och slutad den 20 juni 1749 [manuscript]

Carl Johan Gethe: Dagbok hållen på resan till Ost Indien begynt den 18 octobr: 1746 och slutad den 20 juni 1749 ([1749])

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A Letter to Lord Althorp, on the China Trade

A Letter to Lord Althorp, on the China trade : occasioned by an articles in the „Edinburgh review“, no. CIV. (London: James Ridgway 1833)

Digitized: HATHI Trust (Original from Cornell University) Bibliographic reference: BS 2358 No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie

[East India Company:] Considerations on the danger and impolicy of laying open the trade with India and China

East India Company Considerations on the danger and impolicy of laying open the trade with India and China; including an examination of the objections commonly urged against the East India Company’s commercial and financial management (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown 1813)

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Milburn: Oriental commerce …

William Milburn: Oriental commerce. Containing a geographical description of the principal places in the East Indies, China, and Japan, with their produce, manufactures, and trade, including the coasting or country trade from port to port; also the rise and progress of the trade of the various European nations withthe eastern world, particularly that of the … → Continue reading

Renneville: A collection of voyages undertaken by the Dutch East-India Company for the improvement of trade and navigation

Constantin de Renneville: A collection of voyages undertaken by the Dutch East-India Company for the improvement of trade and navigation, containing an account of several attempts to find out the North-East Passage, and their discoveries in the East-Indies, and the South Seas, together with an historical introduction, giving an account of the rise, establishment and … → Continue reading

Hamilton: A New Account of the East Indies …

Alexander Hamilton: A new account of the East Indies, being the observations and remarks of Capt. Alexander Hamilton, who spent his time there from the year 1688. to 1723. Trading and travelling, by sea and land, to most of the countries and islands of commerce and navigation, between the Cape of Good-Hope, and the Island … → Continue reading

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