Michie, Alexander, 1833-1902 (merchant and writer on China)
- Existence: 1833 - 1902
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Address on the Chefoo Convention, circa 1877
A seven-page printed address by Alexander Michie and Frederick Dallas Barnes, members of the London Committee representing the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce, 'To the Right Honourable the Earl of Derby, P.C., Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, &c., &c.' [London, c. 1877], regarding the Chefoo Convention, including manuscript cancellations.
Business letters: Chefoo, 1859-1901
Business letters: Hankow, 1861-1901
Business letters: Pekin, 1860-1901
Business letters: Shanghai, 1844-1891
Business letters: Tientsin, 1860-1901
Business letters: unplaced, 1813-1900
Letter from Alexander Michie, 13 Aug. 1884
Dated 13 August (1884?).
Letter from Alexander Michie, 1893
A letter from St Regent's Park, London, to Stanley Edward Lane-Poole, 8 July 1893, with a note in Michie's hand (1893?) concerning negotiations in 1861 between British officials, including Parkes, and the Taiping authorities on the question of stationing a British warship on the Yangtze near Nanking.
Letter on the Chefoo Convention, 1877-1880
A printed 'Letter on the Chefoo Convention to the Chamber's London Committee' by Francis Bulkeley-Johnson, Shanghai, 15 June 1877, issued by the Shanghai General Chamber of Commerce, 6 folios (sewn together). Loose inside is a letter from Alexander Michie, London, to Parkes, 17 January 1880, 1 bifolio.