First published in 1901, this volume emerged in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Manchuria. Its author had been in charge of the British Consulate at Newchwang in Manchuria for two periods between 1894 and 1900. The book contains an account of journeys in Eastern and Northern Manchuria, followed by chapters on recent events in Manchuria along with its climate, people, administration and industry.
1. A Journey into Central Manchuria. 2. Recent Events in Manchuria. 3. To Port Arthur and Along the Eastern Frontier of Manchuria. 4. On the Amur, Shilka and Trans-Baikal Railway. 5. Boundaries, Physical Features and Climate. 6. People and Administration. 7. Agriculture and Agricultural Products. 8. Animal and Mineral Products. 9. Special Industries. 10. The Trade of Manchuria.
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