II. Special Series

No. 1: Native Opium, 1863 (1864) (click here)

No. 2: Medical Reports (click here)

No. 3: Silk (1881) (click here)

No. 4: Opium (1881) (click here)

No. 5: Notices to Marineers, 1862-1882 (1883) (click here)

No. 6: Chinese Music (1884) (click here)

No. 7: Instructions for Making Meteorological Observations, Prepared for Use in China; and the Law of Storms in the Eastern Seas (1887) (click here)

No. 8 List of Medicines Exported from Hankow and the Ohter Yangtze Ports (1888) (click here)

No. 9: Native Opium, 1887 with an Appendix: Native Opium 1863 (1888) (click here)

No. 10: Opium: Crude and Prepared (1888) (click here)

No. 11: Tea, 1888 (1889) (click here)

No. 13: Opium: Historical Note, or the Poppy in China (1889) (click here)

No. 17: Ichang to Chungking: 1890 (1892) (click here)

No. 23: Outward Transition Procedure at Canton: Provisional Rule (1897) (click here)

No. 27: An Inquiry into the Commercial Liabilities and Assets of China in International Trade (1904) (click here)

No. 29: Notes on the Hwangho, or Yellow River; including Extracts from a Report on the Condition of the South Bank Immediately below Lo-K’ou (1906)(click here)

No. 31: The Soya Bean of Manchuria (1911) (click here)

No. 34: Plant, S. C. and Everest, R. G., Handbook for the Guidance of Shipmasters on the Ichang-Chungking Section of the Yangtze River, second edition. (1932).
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No. 38: Watson, Ernest, The Principal Articles of Chinese Commerce, second edition(1941).
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No. 41: Wright, Stanley F., China’s Customs Revenue since the Revolution of 1911, 3rd edition(1935).
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The Collection and Disposal of the Maritime and Native Customs since the Revolution of 1911, 1st edition(1925).
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The Collection and Disposal of the Maritime and Native Customs since the Revolution of 1911, 2nd edition (1927).
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