The International Relations Of The Chinese Empire Volume 3 by Hosea Ballou MorseThe International Relations Of The Chinese Empire Volume 3 by Hosea Ballou Morse

The International Relations Of The Chinese Empire Volume 3

byHosea Ballou Morse

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 Excerpt: ...upon mutinous soldiery or a riotous mob"; but, on similar lines, it was proposed that a collective declaration should be made by all the powers that, " if any act of violence is committed against the legations, all authorities at Peking, of whatever rank, will be held responsible in person and property."120 The declaration was made to 116 Mr. Goodnow to Mr. Hay, July 24th, U.S. For. Rel., 1900, p. 260. 117 Mr. Hay to Mr. Goodnow, July 30th, ibid. 118 Gen. Dorward to War Office, July 4th, 1900, China, No. 3, 1900, p. 98. 119 Consul Carles to Lord Salisbury, June 29th, 1900, ibid., p. 85. 120 Lord Salisbury to Lord Gough, July 2nd, ibid., p. 90; M. Delcassl to French ambassadors, July 4th, M. Paul Cambon and others to M. Delcasse, July 4th, 5th, Doc. Dip., 1900, pp. 68 seq. 1900 SUGGESTED REPRISALS FOR OUTRAGES 257 the Chinese envoys abroad,121 but the acts of violence continued to be committed. § 35. Junglu and Prince Ching were credited in some quarters with having created a "counter-revolution" in Peking 122; in any case the first proposal of July 14th that the envoys without guards should take refuge in the Tsungli Yamen, was on the 19th modified to a renewal of the proposal to send them under escort to Tientsin; and the warning was added that if the envoys " determine to stay in Peking and if there should happen any unforeseen disaster," the Chinese administration, having " faithfully given warning in advance, cannot accept the responsibility."123 In their reply the envoys asked "why, if the Chinese government cannot insure the protection of the foreign envoys in Peking, they feel confident of their power to do so outside the city on the way to Tientsin "; and with reference to the warning, it d...
Title:The International Relations Of The Chinese Empire Volume 3Format:PaperbackDimensions:212 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.45 inPublished:May 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1152339826

ISBN - 13:9781152339828

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