Burlinghame, Anson, 1820-1870 (United States diplomat)
- Existence: 1820 - 1870
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
'The Chinese Embassy to All the Treaty Powers': a printed account of the journey of Anson Burlinghame and his suite from Peking to Taku, beginning on 25 November 1867, by 'Jasper', Shanghai, 14 December 1867. The account is followed by 'The Mule Litter Song' by Oliver Bloomfield Bradford (United States diplomat). There is also a pencil note reading 'A pedler's [sic.] pony ate a potato with unparrallelled [sic.] ecstasies', and arithmetical calculations in pen.
'Letter of the United States Minister at Peking. Containing Opinions on various Disputed Points and also Remarks concerning the Co-operative Policy': a printed copy of a letter from Anson Burlinghame, Peking, to George Frederick Seward, 15 June 1864, with a preface by Seward, dated Shanghai, 27 June 1864. The document has been labelled 'Circular No 2.'