The Fight For The Republic in China
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The Fight For The Republic in China

By B. L. (Bertram Lenox) Putnam Weale
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  • THE FIGHT FOR THE REPUBLIC IN CHINA
    • Author of Indiscreet Letters from Peking, etc.
      • WITH 28 ILLUSTRATIONS
      • 1918
    • WITH 28 ILLUSTRATIONS
    • 1918
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • CHAPTER I
      • GENERAL INTRODUCTION
    • GENERAL INTRODUCTION
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE ENIGMA OF YUAN SHIH-KAI
      • THE HISTORY OF THE MAN FROM THE OPENING OF HIS CAREER IN KOREA IN 1882 TO THE END OF THE REVOLUTION, 12TH FEBRUARY, 1912
    • THE ENIGMA OF YUAN SHIH-KAI
    • THE HISTORY OF THE MAN FROM THE OPENING OF HIS CAREER IN KOREA IN 1882 TO THE END OF THE REVOLUTION, 12TH FEBRUARY, 1912
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE DREAM REPUBLIC
      • (FROM THE 1st JANUARY, 1912, TO THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT)
    • THE DREAM REPUBLIC
    • (FROM THE 1st JANUARY, 1912, TO THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT)
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE DICTATOR AT WORK
      • (FROM THE COUP D'ETAT OF THE 4TH NOVEMBER, 1913, TO THE OUTBREAK OF THE WORLD-WAR 1ST AUGUST, 1914)
    • THE DICTATOR AT WORK
    • (FROM THE COUP D'ETAT OF THE 4TH NOVEMBER, 1913, TO THE OUTBREAK OF THE WORLD-WAR 1ST AUGUST, 1914)
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE FACTOR OF JAPAN
      • (FROM THE OUTBREAK OF THE WORLD-WAR, 1ST AUGUST, 1914, TO THE FILING OF THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS, 18TH JANUARY, 1915)
    • THE FACTOR OF JAPAN
    • (FROM THE OUTBREAK OF THE WORLD-WAR, 1ST AUGUST, 1914, TO THE FILING OF THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS, 18TH JANUARY, 1915)
    • CHAPTER VI
      • THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS
      • JAPAN'S ORIGINAL TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS
        • GROUP I
        • GROUP II
        • GROUP III
        • GROUP IV
        • GROUP V
      • GROUP I
      • GROUP II
      • GROUP III
      • GROUP IV
      • GROUP V
      • JAPAN'S REVISED DEMANDS
        • GROUP I
        • GROUP II
        • PROVINCE OF FENG-TIEN
        • PROVINCE OF KIRIN (Southern portion)
        • GROUP III
        • GROUP IV
      • GROUP I
      • GROUP II
      • PROVINCE OF FENG-TIEN
      • PROVINCE OF KIRIN (Southern portion)
      • GROUP III
      • GROUP IV
      • NOTES TO BE EXCHANGED
      • MEMORANDUM
      • CHINA'S REPLY TO REVISED DEMANDS
        • GROUP I
        • GROUP II[15]
        • GROUP III
      • GROUP I
      • GROUP II[15]
      • GROUP III
      • JAPAN'S ULTIMATUM TO CHINA
        • EXPLANATORY NOTE
      • EXPLANATORY NOTE
      • Reply of the Chinese Government to the Ultimatum of the Japanese Government, delivered to the Japanese Minister by the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the 8th of May, 1915.
    • THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS
    • JAPAN'S ORIGINAL TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS
      • GROUP I
      • GROUP II
      • GROUP III
      • GROUP IV
      • GROUP V
    • GROUP I
    • GROUP II
    • GROUP III
    • GROUP IV
    • GROUP V
    • JAPAN'S REVISED DEMANDS
      • GROUP I
      • GROUP II
      • PROVINCE OF FENG-TIEN
      • PROVINCE OF KIRIN (Southern portion)
      • GROUP III
      • GROUP IV
    • GROUP I
    • GROUP II
    • PROVINCE OF FENG-TIEN
    • PROVINCE OF KIRIN (Southern portion)
    • GROUP III
    • GROUP IV
    • NOTES TO BE EXCHANGED
    • MEMORANDUM
    • CHINA'S REPLY TO REVISED DEMANDS
      • GROUP I
      • GROUP II[15]
      • GROUP III
    • GROUP I
    • GROUP II[15]
    • GROUP III
    • JAPAN'S ULTIMATUM TO CHINA
      • EXPLANATORY NOTE
    • EXPLANATORY NOTE
    • Reply of the Chinese Government to the Ultimatum of the Japanese Government, delivered to the Japanese Minister by the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the 8th of May, 1915.
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE ORIGIN OF THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS
      • PART I. THE EUROPEAN WAR AND THE CHINESE QUESTION
      • PART II. THE CHINESE QUESTION AND THE DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE
        • The Secret Terms of the Defensive Alliance
      • The Secret Terms of the Defensive Alliance
      • ALLEGED SECRET AGREEMENT MADE BETWEEN SUN WEN (SUN YAT SEN) AND THE JAPANESE
      • LOAN AGREEMENT MADE BETWEEN THE REVOLUTIONARY PARTY REPRESENTED BY CHANG YAO-CHING AND HIS ASSOCIATES OF THE FIRST PART AND KAWASAKI KULANOSKE OF THE SECOND PART
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS
    • PART I. THE EUROPEAN WAR AND THE CHINESE QUESTION
    • PART II. THE CHINESE QUESTION AND THE DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE
      • The Secret Terms of the Defensive Alliance
    • The Secret Terms of the Defensive Alliance
    • ALLEGED SECRET AGREEMENT MADE BETWEEN SUN WEN (SUN YAT SEN) AND THE JAPANESE
    • LOAN AGREEMENT MADE BETWEEN THE REVOLUTIONARY PARTY REPRESENTED BY CHANG YAO-CHING AND HIS ASSOCIATES OF THE FIRST PART AND KAWASAKI KULANOSKE OF THE SECOND PART
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • THE MONARCHIST PLOT
      • THE PAMPHLET OF YANG TU
      • A DEFENCE OF THE MONARCHICAL MOVEMENT
        • PART I
      • PART I
    • THE MONARCHIST PLOT
    • THE PAMPHLET OF YANG TU
    • A DEFENCE OF THE MONARCHICAL MOVEMENT
      • PART I
    • PART I
    • CHAPTER IX
      • THE MONARCHY PLOT
      • THE MEMORANDUM OF DR. GOODNOW
      • DR. GOODNOW'S MEMORANDUM
    • THE MONARCHY PLOT
    • THE MEMORANDUM OF DR. GOODNOW
    • DR. GOODNOW'S MEMORANDUM
    • CHAPTER X
      • THE MONARCHY MOVEMENT IS OPPOSED
      • THE APPEAL OF THE SCHOLAR LIANG CH'I-CHAO
      • FROM REPUBLIC TO MONARCHY
        • I. THE QUESTION OF KUO-TI
        • II. THE ARGUMENT AGAINST CHANGE
        • III. RES JUDICATA
        • IV. THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONSTITUTION
        • V. FALLACIES OF THE MONARCHISTS
        • VI. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW
        • VII. THE CASE OF DIAZ, THE DICTATOR
        • VIII. "DIVINITY DOTH HEDGE A KING"
        • IX. THE UNRIPE PEAR
        • X. THE ASSEVERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
        • XI. THE CHOU AN HUI AND THE LAW
        • XII. A POSTSCRIPT
      • I. THE QUESTION OF KUO-TI
      • II. THE ARGUMENT AGAINST CHANGE
      • III. RES JUDICATA
      • IV. THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONSTITUTION
      • V. FALLACIES OF THE MONARCHISTS
      • VI. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW
      • VII. THE CASE OF DIAZ, THE DICTATOR
      • VIII. "DIVINITY DOTH HEDGE A KING"
      • IX. THE UNRIPE PEAR
      • X. THE ASSEVERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
      • XI. THE CHOU AN HUI AND THE LAW
      • XII. A POSTSCRIPT
    • THE MONARCHY MOVEMENT IS OPPOSED
    • THE APPEAL OF THE SCHOLAR LIANG CH'I-CHAO
    • FROM REPUBLIC TO MONARCHY
      • I. THE QUESTION OF KUO-TI
      • II. THE ARGUMENT AGAINST CHANGE
      • III. RES JUDICATA
      • IV. THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONSTITUTION
      • V. FALLACIES OF THE MONARCHISTS
      • VI. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW
      • VII. THE CASE OF DIAZ, THE DICTATOR
      • VIII. "DIVINITY DOTH HEDGE A KING"
      • IX. THE UNRIPE PEAR
      • X. THE ASSEVERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
      • XI. THE CHOU AN HUI AND THE LAW
      • XII. A POSTSCRIPT
    • I. THE QUESTION OF KUO-TI
    • II. THE ARGUMENT AGAINST CHANGE
    • III. RES JUDICATA
    • IV. THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONSTITUTION
    • V. FALLACIES OF THE MONARCHISTS
    • VI. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW
    • VII. THE CASE OF DIAZ, THE DICTATOR
    • VIII. "DIVINITY DOTH HEDGE A KING"
    • IX. THE UNRIPE PEAR
    • X. THE ASSEVERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
    • XI. THE CHOU AN HUI AND THE LAW
    • XII. A POSTSCRIPT
    • CHAPTER XI
      • THE DREAM EMPIRE
      • "THE PEOPLE'S VOICE," AND THE ACTION OF THE POWERS (FROM SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER, 1915)
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED AUGUST 30, 1915, FROM TUAN CHI-KUEI, MILITARY GOVERNOR OF MOUKDEN, ET ALIA, CONTAINING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESENTING PETITIONS TO PEKING IN THE NAME OF THE CITIZENS OF THE PROVINCES
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED SEPTEMBER 26, 1915, FROM THE COUNCIL OF STATE TO THE MILITARY AND CIVIL GOVERNORS OF THE PROVINCES RESPECTING THE NON-OBSERVANCE OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE REPUBLIC
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED OCTOBER 7, 1915, FROM CHU CHI-CHUN, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, ET ALIA, DEVISING PLANS FOR NOMINATING YUAN SHIH-KAI AS EMPEROR
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED OCTOBER 26, 1915, FROM CHU CHI-CHUN, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, ET ALIA, RESPECTING THE NOMINATION OF YUAN SHIH-KAI AS EMPEROR
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED NOVEMBER 7, 1915, FROM CHU CHI-CHUN, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, ET ALIA, ENJOINING A STRONG ATTITUDE TOWARDS INTERFERENCE ON THE PART OF A CERTAIN FOREIGN POWER
      • YUAN SHIH-KAI'S ACCEPTANCE OF THE IMPERIAL THRONE
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED DECEMBER 14, 1915, FROM THE OFFICE OF COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE LAND AND NAVAL FORCES, RESPECTING CHINA'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS FOREIGN NATIONS
      • CODE TELEGRAM DATED DECEMBER 21, 1915, FROM THE NATIONAL CONVENTION BUREAU, ORDERING THE DESTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS CONNECTED WITH THE ELECTIONS
    • THE DREAM EMPIRE
    • "THE PEOPLE'S VOICE," AND THE ACTION OF THE POWERS (FROM SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER, 1915)
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED AUGUST 30, 1915, FROM TUAN CHI-KUEI, MILITARY GOVERNOR OF MOUKDEN, ET ALIA, CONTAINING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESENTING PETITIONS TO PEKING IN THE NAME OF THE CITIZENS OF THE PROVINCES
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED SEPTEMBER 26, 1915, FROM THE COUNCIL OF STATE TO THE MILITARY AND CIVIL GOVERNORS OF THE PROVINCES RESPECTING THE NON-OBSERVANCE OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE REPUBLIC
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED OCTOBER 7, 1915, FROM CHU CHI-CHUN, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, ET ALIA, DEVISING PLANS FOR NOMINATING YUAN SHIH-KAI AS EMPEROR
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED OCTOBER 26, 1915, FROM CHU CHI-CHUN, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, ET ALIA, RESPECTING THE NOMINATION OF YUAN SHIH-KAI AS EMPEROR
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED NOVEMBER 7, 1915, FROM CHU CHI-CHUN, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, ET ALIA, ENJOINING A STRONG ATTITUDE TOWARDS INTERFERENCE ON THE PART OF A CERTAIN FOREIGN POWER
    • YUAN SHIH-KAI'S ACCEPTANCE OF THE IMPERIAL THRONE
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED DECEMBER 14, 1915, FROM THE OFFICE OF COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE LAND AND NAVAL FORCES, RESPECTING CHINA'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS FOREIGN NATIONS
    • CODE TELEGRAM DATED DECEMBER 21, 1915, FROM THE NATIONAL CONVENTION BUREAU, ORDERING THE DESTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS CONNECTED WITH THE ELECTIONS
    • CHAPTER XII
      • "THE THIRD REVOLUTION"
      • THE REVOLT OF YUNNAN
      • FIRST TELEGRAM
      • SECOND TELEGRAM
    • "THE THIRD REVOLUTION"
    • THE REVOLT OF YUNNAN
    • FIRST TELEGRAM
    • SECOND TELEGRAM
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • "THE THIRD REVOLUTION" (Continued)
      • THE DOWNFALL AND DEATH OF YUAN SHIH-KAI
      • DECREE CANCELLING THE EMPIRE (22ND MARCH)
      • LAST MANDATE OF YUAN SHIH-KAI
    • "THE THIRD REVOLUTION" (Continued)
    • THE DOWNFALL AND DEATH OF YUAN SHIH-KAI
    • DECREE CANCELLING THE EMPIRE (22ND MARCH)
    • LAST MANDATE OF YUAN SHIH-KAI
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • THE NEW RÉGIME,—FROM 1916 TO 1917
    • THE NEW RÉGIME,—FROM 1916 TO 1917
    • CHAPTER XV
      • THE REPUBLIC IN COLLISION WITH REALITY: TWO TYPICAL INSTANCES OF "FOREIGN AGGRESSION"
    • THE REPUBLIC IN COLLISION WITH REALITY: TWO TYPICAL INSTANCES OF "FOREIGN AGGRESSION"
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • CHINA AND THE WAR
      • THE NECESSITY FOR WAR
      • THE REASON FOR DECLARING WAR
      • THE TIME TO DECLARE WAR
      • THE QUESTION OF AUSTRIA
      • MEMORANDUM
      • PERILS OF WAR
      • DIPLOMACY OF CONFUCIUS
      • MANDATE DISSOLVING PARLIAMENT
      • MEMORANDUM
      • IMPERIAL EDICT
      • THE NINE ARTICLES
      • ALLEGED MEMORIAL BY PRESIDENT LI YUAN-HUNG
      • PRIVY COUNCIL
      • TRANSLATION
      • TUAN CHI-JUI'S MANIFESTO
    • CHINA AND THE WAR
    • THE NECESSITY FOR WAR
    • THE REASON FOR DECLARING WAR
    • THE TIME TO DECLARE WAR
    • THE QUESTION OF AUSTRIA
    • MEMORANDUM
    • PERILS OF WAR
    • DIPLOMACY OF CONFUCIUS
    • MANDATE DISSOLVING PARLIAMENT
    • MEMORANDUM
    • IMPERIAL EDICT
    • THE NINE ARTICLES
    • ALLEGED MEMORIAL BY PRESIDENT LI YUAN-HUNG
    • PRIVY COUNCIL
    • TRANSLATION
    • TUAN CHI-JUI'S MANIFESTO
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • THE FINAL PROBLEM:—REMODELLING THE POLITICO-ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHINA AND THE WORLD
    • THE FINAL PROBLEM:—REMODELLING THE POLITICO-ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHINA AND THE WORLD
    • APPENDIX
      • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP I
        • THE NINETEEN ARTICLES
        • EDICTS OF ABDICATION
      • THE NINETEEN ARTICLES
      • EDICTS OF ABDICATION
      • TERMS OF ABDICATION
    • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP I
      • THE NINETEEN ARTICLES
      • EDICTS OF ABDICATION
    • THE NINETEEN ARTICLES
    • EDICTS OF ABDICATION
    • TERMS OF ABDICATION
    • APPENDIX
      • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP II
      • THE PROVISIONAL CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
        • CHAPTER I.—GENERAL PROVISIONS
        • CHAPTER II.—CITIZENS
        • CHAPTER III.—THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
        • CHAPTER IV.—THE PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
        • CHAPTER V.—MEMBERS OF THE CABINET
        • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
        • CHAPTER VII.—SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES
      • CHAPTER I.—GENERAL PROVISIONS
      • CHAPTER II.—CITIZENS
      • CHAPTER III.—THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
      • CHAPTER IV.—THE PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
      • CHAPTER V.—MEMBERS OF THE CABINET
      • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
      • CHAPTER VII.—SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES
      • THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW
        • APPENDIX
      • APPENDIX
      • "THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMPACT"
        • CHAPTER I.—THE NATION
        • CHAPTER II.—THE PEOPLE
        • CHAPTER III.—THE PRESIDENT
        • CHAPTER IV.—THE LEGISLATURE
        • CHAPTER V.—THE ADMINISTRATION
        • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
        • CHAPTER VII.—THE TSAN CHENG YUAN
        • CHAPTER VIII.—FINANCES
        • CHAPTER IX.—PROCEDURE OF CONSTITUTION MAKING
        • CHAPTER X.—APPENDIX
      • CHAPTER I.—THE NATION
      • CHAPTER II.—THE PEOPLE
      • CHAPTER III.—THE PRESIDENT
      • CHAPTER IV.—THE LEGISLATURE
      • CHAPTER V.—THE ADMINISTRATION
      • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
      • CHAPTER VII.—THE TSAN CHENG YUAN
      • CHAPTER VIII.—FINANCES
      • CHAPTER IX.—PROCEDURE OF CONSTITUTION MAKING
      • CHAPTER X.—APPENDIX
      • THE PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION
    • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP II
    • THE PROVISIONAL CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
      • CHAPTER I.—GENERAL PROVISIONS
      • CHAPTER II.—CITIZENS
      • CHAPTER III.—THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
      • CHAPTER IV.—THE PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
      • CHAPTER V.—MEMBERS OF THE CABINET
      • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
      • CHAPTER VII.—SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES
    • CHAPTER I.—GENERAL PROVISIONS
    • CHAPTER II.—CITIZENS
    • CHAPTER III.—THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
    • CHAPTER IV.—THE PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
    • CHAPTER V.—MEMBERS OF THE CABINET
    • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
    • CHAPTER VII.—SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES
    • THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW
      • APPENDIX
    • APPENDIX
    • "THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMPACT"
      • CHAPTER I.—THE NATION
      • CHAPTER II.—THE PEOPLE
      • CHAPTER III.—THE PRESIDENT
      • CHAPTER IV.—THE LEGISLATURE
      • CHAPTER V.—THE ADMINISTRATION
      • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
      • CHAPTER VII.—THE TSAN CHENG YUAN
      • CHAPTER VIII.—FINANCES
      • CHAPTER IX.—PROCEDURE OF CONSTITUTION MAKING
      • CHAPTER X.—APPENDIX
    • CHAPTER I.—THE NATION
    • CHAPTER II.—THE PEOPLE
    • CHAPTER III.—THE PRESIDENT
    • CHAPTER IV.—THE LEGISLATURE
    • CHAPTER V.—THE ADMINISTRATION
    • CHAPTER VI.—THE JUDICIARY
    • CHAPTER VII.—THE TSAN CHENG YUAN
    • CHAPTER VIII.—FINANCES
    • CHAPTER IX.—PROCEDURE OF CONSTITUTION MAKING
    • CHAPTER X.—APPENDIX
    • THE PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION
    • APPENDIX
      • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP III
      • THE RUSSO-CHINESE AGREEMENT REGARDING OUTER MONGOLIA
        • DECLARATION
        • ADDENDUM
      • DECLARATION
      • ADDENDUM
      • SINO-RUSSO MONGOLIAN AGREEMENT
      • CHINO-JAPANESE TREATIES AND ANNEXES
        • COMPLETE ENGLISH TEXT OF THE DOCUMENTS
        • TREATY RESPECTING THE PROVINCE OF SHANTUNG
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING SHANTUNG
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN SHANTUNG
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE RESTORATION OF THE LEASED TERRITORY OF KIAOCHOW BAY
        • TREATY RESPECTING SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
        • SOUTH MANCHURIA
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING RAILWAYS AND TAXES IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EMPLOYMENT OF ADVISERS IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EXPLANATION OF "LEASE BY NEGOTIATION" IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE ARRANGEMENT FOR POLICE LAWS AND ORDINANCES AND TAXATION IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE MATTER OF HANYEHPING
        • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE FUKIEN QUESTION
      • COMPLETE ENGLISH TEXT OF THE DOCUMENTS
      • TREATY RESPECTING THE PROVINCE OF SHANTUNG
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING SHANTUNG
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN SHANTUNG
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE RESTORATION OF THE LEASED TERRITORY OF KIAOCHOW BAY
      • TREATY RESPECTING SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • SOUTH MANCHURIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING RAILWAYS AND TAXES IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EMPLOYMENT OF ADVISERS IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EXPLANATION OF "LEASE BY NEGOTIATION" IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE ARRANGEMENT FOR POLICE LAWS AND ORDINANCES AND TAXATION IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE MATTER OF HANYEHPING
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE FUKIEN QUESTION
    • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP III
    • THE RUSSO-CHINESE AGREEMENT REGARDING OUTER MONGOLIA
      • DECLARATION
      • ADDENDUM
    • DECLARATION
    • ADDENDUM
    • SINO-RUSSO MONGOLIAN AGREEMENT
    • CHINO-JAPANESE TREATIES AND ANNEXES
      • COMPLETE ENGLISH TEXT OF THE DOCUMENTS
      • TREATY RESPECTING THE PROVINCE OF SHANTUNG
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING SHANTUNG
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN SHANTUNG
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE RESTORATION OF THE LEASED TERRITORY OF KIAOCHOW BAY
      • TREATY RESPECTING SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • SOUTH MANCHURIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING RAILWAYS AND TAXES IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EMPLOYMENT OF ADVISERS IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EXPLANATION OF "LEASE BY NEGOTIATION" IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE ARRANGEMENT FOR POLICE LAWS AND ORDINANCES AND TAXATION IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE MATTER OF HANYEHPING
      • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE FUKIEN QUESTION
    • COMPLETE ENGLISH TEXT OF THE DOCUMENTS
    • TREATY RESPECTING THE PROVINCE OF SHANTUNG
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING SHANTUNG
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN SHANTUNG
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE RESTORATION OF THE LEASED TERRITORY OF KIAOCHOW BAY
    • TREATY RESPECTING SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
    • SOUTH MANCHURIA
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING RAILWAYS AND TAXES IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EMPLOYMENT OF ADVISERS IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE EXPLANATION OF "LEASE BY NEGOTIATION" IN SOUTH MANCHURIA
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE ARRANGEMENT FOR POLICE LAWS AND ORDINANCES AND TAXATION IN SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE MATTER OF HANYEHPING
    • EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE FUKIEN QUESTION
    • APPENDIX
      • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP IV
      • DRAFT OF THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION OF CHINA
        • CHAPTER I. THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT
        • CHAPTER II. NATIONAL TERRITORY
        • CHAPTER ... GOVERNING AUTHORITY
        • CHAPTER III. THE CITIZENS
        • CHAPTER IV. THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
        • CHAPTER VI. THE PRESIDENT
        • CHAPTER VII. THE CABINET
        • CHAPTER VIII. COURTS OF JUSTICE
        • CHAPTER IX. LEGISLATION
        • CHAPTER X. NATIONAL FINANCE
        • CHAPTER XI. AMENDMENTS, INTERPRETATION AND INVIOLABILITY OF THE CONSTITUTION
      • CHAPTER I. THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT
      • CHAPTER II. NATIONAL TERRITORY
      • CHAPTER ... GOVERNING AUTHORITY
      • CHAPTER III. THE CITIZENS
      • CHAPTER IV. THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
      • CHAPTER VI. THE PRESIDENT
      • CHAPTER VII. THE CABINET
      • CHAPTER VIII. COURTS OF JUSTICE
      • CHAPTER IX. LEGISLATION
      • CHAPTER X. NATIONAL FINANCE
      • CHAPTER XI. AMENDMENTS, INTERPRETATION AND INVIOLABILITY OF THE CONSTITUTION
      • THE LOCAL SYSTEM
        • DRAFT SUBMITTED TO PARLIAMENT
      • DRAFT SUBMITTED TO PARLIAMENT
      • TARIFF REVISION IN CHINA
        • THE MEMORANDUM
        • THE CHINESE METHOD
        • LIKIN
        • COST OF ABOLITION OF LIKIN
        • INCREASE OF CUSTOMS TARIFF
        • A VITAL INTEREST
      • THE MEMORANDUM
      • THE CHINESE METHOD
      • LIKIN
      • COST OF ABOLITION OF LIKIN
      • INCREASE OF CUSTOMS TARIFF
      • A VITAL INTEREST
      • MEMORANDUM
        • THE LEADING OUTSTANDING CASES BETWEEN CHINA AND THE FOREIGN POWERS
        • 1o MANCHURIA
        • JAPANESE POLICE BOXES IN MANCHURIA AND MONGOLIA
        • LEGAL STATUS OF KOREANS IN CHIENTAO
        • 2o MACAO
        • THE PORTUGUESE CLAIM
        • 3o TIBET
        • THE SIMLA CONFERENCE
        • THE BOUNDARY DEADLOCK
        • CHINA'S STANDPOINT
        • 4o OUTER MONGOLIA
      • THE LEADING OUTSTANDING CASES BETWEEN CHINA AND THE FOREIGN POWERS
      • 1o MANCHURIA
      • JAPANESE POLICE BOXES IN MANCHURIA AND MONGOLIA
      • LEGAL STATUS OF KOREANS IN CHIENTAO
      • 2o MACAO
      • THE PORTUGUESE CLAIM
      • 3o TIBET
      • THE SIMLA CONFERENCE
      • THE BOUNDARY DEADLOCK
      • CHINA'S STANDPOINT
      • 4o OUTER MONGOLIA
    • DOCUMENTS IN GROUP IV
    • DRAFT OF THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION OF CHINA
      • CHAPTER I. THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT
      • CHAPTER II. NATIONAL TERRITORY
      • CHAPTER ... GOVERNING AUTHORITY
      • CHAPTER III. THE CITIZENS
      • CHAPTER IV. THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
      • CHAPTER VI. THE PRESIDENT
      • CHAPTER VII. THE CABINET
      • CHAPTER VIII. COURTS OF JUSTICE
      • CHAPTER IX. LEGISLATION
      • CHAPTER X. NATIONAL FINANCE
      • CHAPTER XI. AMENDMENTS, INTERPRETATION AND INVIOLABILITY OF THE CONSTITUTION
    • CHAPTER I. THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT
    • CHAPTER II. NATIONAL TERRITORY
    • CHAPTER ... GOVERNING AUTHORITY
    • CHAPTER III. THE CITIZENS
    • CHAPTER IV. THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
    • CHAPTER VI. THE PRESIDENT
    • CHAPTER VII. THE CABINET
    • CHAPTER VIII. COURTS OF JUSTICE
    • CHAPTER IX. LEGISLATION
    • CHAPTER X. NATIONAL FINANCE
    • CHAPTER XI. AMENDMENTS, INTERPRETATION AND INVIOLABILITY OF THE CONSTITUTION
    • THE LOCAL SYSTEM
      • DRAFT SUBMITTED TO PARLIAMENT
    • DRAFT SUBMITTED TO PARLIAMENT
    • TARIFF REVISION IN CHINA
      • THE MEMORANDUM
      • THE CHINESE METHOD
      • LIKIN
      • COST OF ABOLITION OF LIKIN
      • INCREASE OF CUSTOMS TARIFF
      • A VITAL INTEREST
    • THE MEMORANDUM
    • THE CHINESE METHOD
    • LIKIN
    • COST OF ABOLITION OF LIKIN
    • INCREASE OF CUSTOMS TARIFF
    • A VITAL INTEREST
    • MEMORANDUM
      • THE LEADING OUTSTANDING CASES BETWEEN CHINA AND THE FOREIGN POWERS
      • 1o MANCHURIA
      • JAPANESE POLICE BOXES IN MANCHURIA AND MONGOLIA
      • LEGAL STATUS OF KOREANS IN CHIENTAO
      • 2o MACAO
      • THE PORTUGUESE CLAIM
      • 3o TIBET
      • THE SIMLA CONFERENCE
      • THE BOUNDARY DEADLOCK
      • CHINA'S STANDPOINT
      • 4o OUTER MONGOLIA
    • THE LEADING OUTSTANDING CASES BETWEEN CHINA AND THE FOREIGN POWERS
    • 1o MANCHURIA
    • JAPANESE POLICE BOXES IN MANCHURIA AND MONGOLIA
    • LEGAL STATUS OF KOREANS IN CHIENTAO
    • 2o MACAO
    • THE PORTUGUESE CLAIM
    • 3o TIBET
    • THE SIMLA CONFERENCE
    • THE BOUNDARY DEADLOCK
    • CHINA'S STANDPOINT
    • 4o OUTER MONGOLIA
    • INDEX
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    • C
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
    • I
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    • K
    • L
    • M
    • N
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    • P
    • R
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