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Chou Wu-chuang kung i-shu (Writings of the late ). Nanking, 1905. Taipei reproduction, Ch'engwen, 1969; also cited as . Chou Wu-chuang kung i-shu..
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Yang-chih shu-wu wen-chi (Collection of essays of Kuo Sung-tao). 28 chüan. 1892. Taipei reproduction, Wen-hai, 1968..
The Chinese classics. 8 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1893–5; Hong Kong reproduction, Hong Kong University Press, 1960., trans.
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Chinese overlordship and Western penetration in maritime Asia: a late Ch'ing re-appraisal of Chinese maritime relations’. MAS, 6.2 (1972). ‘
Confucian China and its modern fate: the problem of monarchical decay. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968.
Wan-Ch'ing ti shou-hui k'uang-ch'üan yun-tung (The movement to recover mining rights in the late Ch'ing period). Taipei: IMH, Academia Sinica, 1963..
Li Wen-chung kung ch'üan-chi (Complete papers of Li Hung-chang). Shanghai: Commercial Press, 1921 photo reprint of Nanking 1905 Taipei, Wen-hai reproduction, 1962; also cited as . Li Wen-chung kung ch'iian-chi..
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Chung-kuo tsao-ch'i ti t'ieh-lu ching-ying (China's early railway enterprises). Taipei: IMH, Academia Sinica, 1961..
Chang Chih-tung ti wai-chiao cheng-ts'e (Chang Chih-tung's foreign policy proposals). Taipei: IMH, Academia Sinica, 1970..
Cho-tsun-yuan ts'ung-kao (Li Shu-ch'ang's writings). Shanghai, 1893..
K'ai-hsien Li shang-shu cheng-shu (Li Tsung-hsi's political papers). 8 chüan. Wuchang, 1885..
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Chung-kuo kuan-shen fan-chiao ti yuan-yin, 1860–1874 (Causes behind the Chinese gentry-officials' hostility towards Christianity, 1860–1874). Taipei: IMH, Academia Sinica, 1966..
Ting Jih-ch'ang yü tzu-ch'iang yun-tung (Ting Jih-ch'ang and the self-strengthening movement). Taipei: IMH, 1972..
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Yu-ts'un wen (Essays of T'ang I). 6 chüan. Changsha, 1847.
China's response to the West: a documentary survey 1839–1923. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1954. and
Tseng Hui-min kung shih-hsi jih-chi (Diary of Tseng Chi-tse's diplomatic mission to the West). Shanghai, 1893; also in HFHC, ts'e..
Tseng Hui-min kung i-chi (Collected papers of the late Tseng Chi-tse). Shanghai: The Kiangnan Arsenal, 1893; Taipei reproduction, Wen-hai 1966..
Tseng Hui-min kung wen-chi, 5 chüan, also found in Tseng Hui-min kung i-chi, edn, Shanghai 1932.. This comprehensive collection includes
Tseng Hui-min kung shou-hsieh jih-chi (Tseng Chi-tse's holograph diary). Taipei: Hsueh-sheng, 1965..
Tseng Wen-cheng kung shu-cha (Tseng Kuo-fan's letters). 33 chüan. Changsha: Ch'uan-chung shu-chü, 1876..
Tso Wen-hsiang kung ch'üan-chi (Complete collection of Tso Tsung-t'ang's papers). Changsha, 1890..
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The Opium War through Chinese eyes. London: Allen & Unwin, 1958..
Wei Yuan tui Hsi-fang ti jen-shih chi ch'i hai-fang ssu-hsiang (Wei Yuan's knowledge of the West and his ideas regarding maritime defence). Taipei: National Taiwan University, College of Letters, 1964..
Wei Yuan nien-p'u (Chronological biography of Wei Yuan). Taipei: IMH, Academia Sinica, 1967..
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Ch'i-ying wai-chiao’ (The diplomacy of Ch'i-ying). Ta-lu tsa-chih, 30.9 and 10 (May and June 1965).. ‘
Hsiang-ch'i lou wen-chi (Collection of essays of Wang K'ai-yun). Taipei: Hsin-hsing, 1956..
Wu-tzu-ch'i shih wen-chi (Wang Ping-hsieh's essays). Tientsin: Kuang-jen t'ang, 1885; Taipei reproduction, Wen-hai, 1968..
Ko-chih shu-yuan k'o-i (Assigned writings of students of the Shanghai Polytechnic Institute). 13 ts'e. Shanghai: Polytechnic Institute and Reading Room, 1886–93., ed.
T'ao-yuan ch'ih-tu (Wang T'ao's letters). 8 chüan. Hong Kong: privately issued, 1876; Taipei reproduction, Ta-t'ung, 1968..
Ch'ing-chi wai-chiao shih-liao (Historical materials concerning foreign relations in the late Ch'ing period, 1875–1911). 218 + 1 chüan for the Kuang-hsu period (1875–1908) and 24 chüan for the Hsuan-t'ung period (1908–11). Peiping: Wang Hsi-yin, 1932–5; Taipei reproduction, Wen-hai, 1963. and , comps.
Sheng wu-chi (Chronicle of the sacred dynasty's military campaigns). Ku-wei t'ang 1842 edn. Taipei reproduction, Wen-hai, 1967..
Hai-kuo t'u-chih (Illustrated treatise on the maritime kingdoms). 100 chüan. Shanghai: Wen-hsien ko, 1898 edn. Taipei reproduction of 1847 edn, Ch'eng-wen, 1966..
Weng T'ung-ho jih-chi p'ai-yin-pen (A typeset edition of the diary of Weng T'ung-ho). 5 vols. Taipei: Ch'eng-wen, 1970..
The last stand of Chinese conservatism: the T'ung-chih restoration, 1862–1874. Stanford University Press, 1957.
Tung-ming wen hou-chi (Supplement to Yao Ying's collected essays). 14 chüan, n.p., 1867..