T'ung-Chih, 1856-1875 (Emperor of China)
- Existence: 1856 - 1875
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
'T'ai-hsi ta-ch'en chin-yeh chi-lüe': an undated printed account of the reception of Russian, American, British, French and Dutch ministers and the Japan envoy by Chinese Emperor T'ung-chih on the 5th day of the 6th month of the 12th year (29th June 1873). The document is composed of seven sheets and the cover in a Chinese binding using string.
'State Papers relating to the Dissolution of the Council of Administration appointed by the late Emperor of China, and the Establishment of the Empress Dowager as Regent with the Prince of Kung [I-hsin] as Chief Minister': the first part only of a printed English translation of a decree issued on 2 November 1861 in the name of Emperor T'ung-Chih, possibly drafted by I-huan.