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Business letters: Chinkiang, 1863-1901

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS JM/B7/7

Scope and Contents

The correspondents include William Bean; Francis Bulkeley Bulkeley-Johnson (also Francis Bulkeley Johnson, afterwards Bulkeley-Johnson); J.M. Canny; J.M. Canny & Co.; Farquhar Carnie; China Sugar Refining Co. Ltd (China Sugar Refinery Co. Ltd); Commercial Bank Corporation of India and the East; Arthur Corner; George Arthur Cox (China Inland Mission); William Curtis ('Hong Kong Times'); Thomas W. Duff; C.A.L. Dunn; Joseph P. Dymes; C.G. Firth; Charles Hudson & Co.; R. Jarvie (of Shanghai); Jarvie Thorburn & Co., Shanghai; M.S. Jerdein; James Johnstone Keswick; William Keswick; C.D. Mackenzie; James W. Macphail; John Markham (British Consul); Joseph Mooney (of the 'Emperor', 'Express' and 'Bertha'); F.A. Morgan; Henry Murray (partner of Jardine, Matheson & Co.); Edward Lavington Oxenham; F.L. Pater; Pestonjee Framjee Cama & Co. (P.F. Cama & Co. or P.F. Camajee & Co.); J.F. Price; Reid & Co.; A.W. Spencer; S.B. Spencer; Spencer & Wolff; Edgeworth Starkey; Charles R. Thatcher; Robert Watmore; Craven Wilson; and Wilson, Craven & Co.


  • 1863-1901

Conditions Governing Access

The original letters are not available to readers, but microfilm copies may be ordered in the Manuscripts Reading Room - Reel 527 (letters nos 1-846) and Reel 528 (847-1146).


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