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Notes Notes to Chapter 1 1. Chinese Repository, Vol . X, 1841 , p. 583. 2. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII , 1844 , pp. 634- 8 fo r Brown' s analysi s o f th e Chinese languag e an d quotations cited in the text . 3. Chinese Repository, Vol . XI, 1842 , p. 549. 4. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII, 1844 , p. 636. 5. Chinese Repository, Vol . X, 1841 , p. 572. 6. Chinese Repository, Vol . XI, 1842 , p. 550. 7. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII, 1844 , p. 632. 8. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII, 1844 , p. 633. 9. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII, 1844 , p. 633. 10. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIV, 1845 , p. 476. 11. Gunthe r Barth, Bitter Strength, A History of the Chinese in the United States, 1850-1870 (Cambridge , Harvar d Universit y Press, 1964), p. 147. 12. Mr s Gutzlaff , th e forme r Mis s Wanstall , ha d conducte d a girls ' schoo l a t Malacca a s an agent o f th e Society fo r th e Promotion o f Female Educatio n i n th e East. Afte r marryin g the Revd Charles Gutzlaff an d moving to Macau, she opened a similar school there. She also accepted a few young boys into the school but soo n gave up having a mixed school. The school was begun in 1836 and was discontinued when th e Opiu m Wa r brok e out. Mr s Gutzlaff, accompanie d b y several blind girl s she had i n her care, then wen t to Manila. 13. Yun g Wing , My Life in China and America (Ne w York , Henr y Hol t an d Company, 1909) , pp. 2-3. 14. Yun g Wing (1909), pp. 9-10 . 15. Eighth Annual Report of the Morrison Education Society for the Year ending September 30, 1846 (Hong Kong , China Mail Office, 1846) , p. 33. 16. Eighth Annual Report (1846) . p. 36. 17. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII, 1844 , p. 640. 18. Chinese Repository, Vol . XII, 1843 , p. 628. 19. Chinese Repository, Vol . XII, 1843 , p. 628. 20. New York Observer, 9 January 1841 , 25 June 1842; W.E. Griffis, A Maker of the New Orient, Samuel Robbins Brown (Ne w York , Flemin g H. Reve l an d Co. , 1902), pp . 77 , 79-80 ; Chinese Repository, Vol . XI , 1842 , pp . 339-40 , Vol . XII , 1843, pp. 362-8 , Vol. XIII, 1844 , pp. 383-5; Fourth Annual Report of the Morrison Education Society read September 28th 1842 (Macau, S. Wells Williams, 1842), pp. 27-31 ; and Eighth Annual Report (1846) , pp. 33-6. 21. Thi s is probably a misreading fo r Ats'euk . Th e apparentl y complet e recor d of the students does not mention th e name Auseule . 22. New York Observer, 9 January 1841 , p. 6. 23. New York Observer, 2 5 June 1842 , p. 101. 24. Fourth Annual Report (1842) , p. 27. The identification o f the authors of th e essays printed in this report is deduced from a comparison of the information give n in the report concerning their age and time at the school with the published lists of students. 25. Griffi s (1902) , p. 77. 26. Griffi s (1902) , p. 80. 27. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIV, 1845 , pp. 506-9. NOTES T O PAGES 26-3 4 219 28. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIV, 1845 , p. 509. The essay proceeds to spell out the corrupt practices of the mandarins under six points: (a) The y forcibly take money from the people; (b) Opium-smuggler s can buy their way out of punishment; (c) The y extort gifts from the rich under the pretence of borrowing; (d) Th e customs officers an d tax collectors extort excessive levies; (e) The y emplo y underling s bu t do no t pay them, thoug h the y charge thei r services to the public expenses; (f) A prisoner is tortured into a confession before any attempt is made to ascertain if h e i s innocen t o r guilty . I f guilty , th e judg e wil l accep t a ranso m fo r hi s release. 29. Chinese Repository, Vol . XI, 1842 , p. 340. 30. Chinese Repository, Vol . XI, 1842, p. 340. 31. Chinese Repository, Vol . XI, 1842, p. 340. 32. Eighth Annual Report (1846) , p. 34. 33. Chinese Repository, Vol . XII , 1843, p. 364. 34. Chinese Repository, Vol . XIII, 1844, p. 384. 35. Fourth Annual Report (1842) , p. 28. 36. L o...

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9789882200678
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650587001
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292
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2012-01-01
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English
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