Terashima, Munenori, 1833-1893 (Japanese diplomat)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from Tokyo (Yedo). The correspondents include Victor Faga; Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan; [ ] Keswick; Kenneth Macrae; Charles Maries; Terashima Numenori; Harry Smith Parkes; John Pitman; and Herbert Smith (partner, Jardine, Matheson & Co.).
Documents in Chinese concerning relations between China and Japan, particularly with regard to the issue of the island of Liu-ch'iu, including copies of treaties; name cards of officials; and correspondence between Ho Ju-chang, the Chinese minister in Japan, and Terajima (Terashima Munenori), the Japanese Foreign Minister.
An English translation of a letter from Ho and 'Chang' to Terashima, 7 October 1878.
An undated manuscript translation into English of a letter from Terashima Munenori (Tokyo?) to Parkes, 23 April 1871, includes a list of proposed alterations to treaties, with annotations in Parkes' hand.
Letters from Tokyo (Yedo). The correspondents include Francis Ottiwell Adams; A.R. Brown; Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan; the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs; Terashima Numenori; Russell Brooke Robertson; and Soyedjima Taneomi.
A copy of a report (in French) from Lieutenant Dubousquet to Léon Roches concerning a discussion between Dubousquet, Higashi-Kouzé [Higashi Kuzé Chiyo] and Terashima (Munenori?) regarding consular representation in Japan, dated Yokohama, 26 August 1868. The document is labelled 'Communicated by Monsr. Outrey' [Ange Maxime Outrey, French diplomat].
An undated manuscript copy of the treaty between Japan and Hawaii signed by Charles E. De Long, on behalf of King Kamehameha V of the Hawaiian Islands, and by Sawa Nobuyoshi and Terashima Munenori, on behalf of the Emperor Meiji of Japan, dated Yedo, 19 August 1871, followed by a copy of the ratification of the treaty signed by Kamehameha and Charles C. Harris, Honolulu, 11 May 1871 [sic].
- Liu-Ch'Iu Hsü 1