Agreement Between the Governments of Great Britain and China for the Settlement of the Yunnan Case, Official Intercourse, and Trade Between the Two Countries.with an Additional Article.for Regulating the Trade in Opium.
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7pp. Disbound. British Parliamentary Paper CHINA no. 3 (1886) [C.-4735]. The main part of the agreement was signed at Chefoo 13 September 1876, and the opium article in London in 1886. A particularly interesting "separate article" at the end of the agreement announces the British intention of sending a mission through Tibet: "Her Majesty's Government having it in contemplation to send a mission of exploration by way of Peking throuogh Kan-Su and Kokko-Nor, or by way of Ssu-Ch'uen to Thibet, and thence to India. This paper will attract a maximum shipping charge of £2 UK, £4.10 airmail. Size: Folio. N° de ref. de la librería 007240
Título: Agreement Between the Governments of Great ...
Editorial: Houses of Parliament, London
Año de publicación: 1886
Edición: 1st Edition
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