Narrative of the Expedition to China: From the Commencement of the War to the Present Period ..., Tom 1
H. Colburn, 1843 - 441
Commander Bingham presents this history of the Opium War leading up to the events on the Canton River in 1840.?
Co mówią ludzie - Napisz recenzję
Nie znaleziono żadnych recenzji w standardowych lokalizacjach.
Inne wydania - Wyświetl wszystko
18th Royal Irish admiral anchorage anchored Anunghoy appeared arms arrived artillery attack barbarians batteries Bengal volunteers Blonde boats Bocca Tigris brigade British Canton Canton River Captain Elliot capture carried celestial Chin-hai China Chinese Chuenpee Chusan command commissioner crew directed dispatched dollars edict Elepoo emperor English factories fire flag force foreigners forts governor guns harbour hill Hong Kong Hong merchants Howqua hundred Hyacinth immediately imperial inhabitants INTRODUCTION island joss-house junks Keshen land Lieut Lieutenant Macao Madras Madras artillery majesty's mandarins marines ment miles Modeste morning natives naval Nemesis Ning-po officers opium orders party passed Pekin Phlegethon present proceed proceeded received regiment returned river round Royal Marines sail seamen sent ships shore shot side Sir Hugh Gough soldiers soon squadron steamer superintendent sycee Tang Tartars Ting-hai tion trade troops vessels Volage walls Wellesley Whampoa whole wounded
Strona 417 - LOCHIEL. False Wizard, avaunt ! I have marshalled my clan, Their swords are a thousand, their bosoms are one ! They are true to the last of their blood and their breath, And like reapers descend to the harvest of death.
Strona 341 - Her feet beneath her petticoat Like little mice stole in and out, As if they feared the light: But, oh ! she dances such a way— No sun upon an Easter day Is half so fine a sight.
Strona 156 - Scattering dun night and horror thro' the skies. The swift volution, and th' enormous train, Let sages vers'd in nature's lore explain. The horrid apparition still draws nigh, And white with foam the whirling surges fly.
Strona 291 - Hindus the one, and one the Ganges named, Darkly of old through distant nations famed : One eastward curving holds his crooked way, One to the west gives his swol'n tide to stray : Declining southward many a land they lave, And widely swelling roll the sea-like wave, Till the twin offspring of the mountain sire Both in the Indian deep engulphed expire.
Strona 361 - ... 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-choo-foo, Ning-Po, and Shang-Hae, to be thrown open to British merchants, consular officers to be appointed to reside at them, and regular and just tariffs of import and export (as well as inland transit) duties to be established and published.
Strona 390 - Kong, shall be issued under the hand and seal of the person filling the office of chief superintendent of the trade of British subjects in China for the time being. And I do further declare and proclaim, that, pending her majesty's further pleasure, all British subjects and foreigners residing in, or resorting...
Strona 389 - Kong having been ceded to the British Crown under the Seal of the Imperial Minister and High Commissioner Keshen, it has become necessary to provide for the government thereof, pending Her Majesty's further pleasure. By virtue of the authority, therefore, in me vested, all Her Majesty's rights, royalties...
Strona 402 - Already has a flying dispatch been sent to the different provinces of Hoonan, Szechuen, and Kweichow, that four thousand soldiers be immediately got ready, and sent with all haste to Canton, there to await orders; cause, therefore, that Keshen, in concert with Lin Tsihseu and Tang Tingching, take the necessary steps for settling this business. If the rebellious foreigners dare to approach our inner shores, let them be immediately exterminated.
Strona 14 - ... the duties of their rank and attend to the public good; the others, to cultivate their talents and become fit for public usefulness. None of these, therefore, must be permitted to contract a practice so bad, or to walk in a path which will lead only to the utter waste of their time and destruction of their property. If, however, the laws enacted against the practice be made too severe, the result will be mutual connivance. It becomes my duty, then, to request that it be enacted, that any officer,...