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SZ:

Shunzhi (r. 1644–61)

KX:

Kangxi (r. 1662–1722)

YZ:

Yongzheng (r. 1723–35)

QL:

Qianlong (r. 1736–96)

JQ:

Jiaqing (r. 1796–1820)

DG:

Daoguang (r. 1821–50)

XF:

Xianfeng (r. 1851–61)

TZ:

Tongzhi (r. 1862–74)

GX:

Guangxu (r. 1875–1907)

HJY:

Heilongjiang jiangjun yamen dang'an

MWLF:

Manwen lufu zouzhe

NFY:

Ningguta fudutong yamen dang'an

QSL:

Qingshilu

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  • Hei-tu dang (Archive of Lateral Administrative Communications). Subject category of Manchu holdings in the Liaoning Provincial Archives, Shenyang, PRC.

  • Heilongjiang jiangjun yamen dang’an (Archives of the Heilongjiang Military Governor’s Office). Subject category of Manchu holdings in China’s History Archive #1, Beijing, PRC.

  • Huke shishu (Routine memorial copy-books Board of Revenue). Subject category of Chinese holdings in China’s History Archive #1, Beijing, PRC.

  • Manwen lufu zouzhe (Grand Council Manchu-language reference collection). Subject category of Manchu holdings in China’s History Archive #1, Beijing, PRC.

  • Neige, xingke tiben, weijin lei (tongben/buben). (Grand Secretariat archive, routine memorials for the Office of Scrutiny of the Board of Punishments, prohibitions violations category [provincial/board memorial]). Subject category of archival holdings in China’s History Archive #1.

  • Ningguta fudutong yamen dang’an (Ningguta Vice Commander-in-Chief’s Office Archive). Subject category of Manchu holdings in China’s History Archive #1, Beijing, PRC.

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