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83 STENT, G. C., A Chinese and English vocabulary

in the Pekingese dialect. Shanghai, 1871, 8vo.; smaller edition: A Chinese and English pocket dictionary. Shanghai, 1874, 8vo.

See Chin. Recorder, V, p. 55. 84 DOOLITTLE, J., Vocabulary and handbook of the

Chinese language. Foochow, 1872, 2 vols., 4to.

See China Review, I, p. 269.
Vol. I is an English-Chinese vocabulary;

Vol. II contains useful lists and transla

tions by various authors. 85 DOUGLAS, C., A Chinese and English dictionary

of the vernacular or spoken language of Amoy
with the principal variations of the Chang-chew
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50-53; Lit. Centralblatt, 1874, p. 304. 86 GILES, H. A., A dictionary of colloquial idioms in

the Mandarin dialect. Shanghai, 1873, 4to.

See North Ch. Herald, 1st Dec., 1873, p. 527. 87 LEMAIRE, G. et GIQUEL, P., Dictionnaire de po

che Français-Chinois suivi d'un dictionnaire technique des mots usités à l'arsenal de Foutcheou. Shanghai, 1874, 421 pp., 12mo.

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of the Ningpo dialect. Shanghai, 1876, XV, 559

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See Chin. Recorder, VII, p. 145-46.


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l'étude et l'intelligence de la langue Chinoise.

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in the Chinese language with a free and verbal translation in English. Macao, 1816, 8vo.

The pronunciation is in the Court dialect. 91 The English and Chinese student's assistant or col

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See Chin. Repos., XVIII, p. 107. 92 DEAN, S., First lessons in Tie-chiu. Bangkok,

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See note to No. 69. 93 BRIDGMAN, E. C., Chinese chrestomathy in the

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230. 94 WILLIAMS, S. W., Easy lessons in Chinese or

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Shanghai, 1844; 2nd edition, 1861, 8vo.

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1845, 8vo. 98 THOM, R., The Chinese speaker or extracts from

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16mo., without the translation, for Can-

99 ROCHET, L. DE, Manuel pratique de la langue Chi

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Textes faciles en langue Chinoise. Paris, 1864, 12mo. 101 PILAY, STRENASSA, A manual for youth and stu

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a circle of knowledge in 200 lessons. Hongkong,

1856, 8vo. 116 DABRY, P., Guide des armées alliées en Chine ou

dialogues en trois langues: Français, _Anglais, Chinois; suivi d'un vocabulaire Chinois-Français

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Shanghai dialect, systematically arranged. Shang

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A manual of the Amoy colloquial. Hongkong, 1869, 8vo., IV, 200 pp. See Chin. Recorder, II, p. 54; Notes and

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Canton, 1866, 4to. 129 LANCTOT, B., Chinese and English phrase books.

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handbook of biographical, historical, mythologi-
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