3 edition of Sir Harry Parkes in China found in the catalog.
Sir Harry Parkes in China
Reprint of 1901 ed. published by Methuen, London.
|Statement||by Stanley Lane-Poole.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 386 p. :|
|Number of Pages||386|
Book Description. This is a new series which publishes for the first time the correspondences of Sir Harry Smith Parkes ( – ) the second British Minister of Japan, and includes the complete transcriptions of his ‘private’ letters to and from Edmund Hammond, permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, who was the decision maker about major issues in the . Taschenbuch. Neuware - Life of Sir Henry Parkes is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature.
Sir Harry Smith Parkes (Traditional Chinese: 巴夏禮; Simplified Chinese: 巴夏礼, –) was a 19th century British diplomat who worked mainly in China and Japan. Parkes Street in Kowloon, Hong Kong is named after him. Parkes (Sir Harry). Born at Birchill's Hall, near Walsall, Staffordshire, in , Sir Harry Parkes was left an orphan at the age of five, and came out to Canton, when still a lad, to be under the charge of his kinsman, the Rev. Charles Gutzlaff, a missionary and consular interpreter well-known for his writings on Chinese subjects.
File concerning Harry Parkes' mission to Bangkok in from the Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, London Parkes, Harry Sir, [ Book, Government publication: ] Languages: English;Thai, [1 other] At 3 libraries. Sir Henry Parkes - papers, - (DLMS DLMS , DLMSQ - DLMSQ ). Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5 Parkes Correspondence in the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales Sir Henry Parkes, ‘Fifty years in the making of Australian history’, Sir Henry Parkes, ‘An emigrant's home letters’,
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PARKES, Sir HARRY SMITH (–), diplomatist, was born on 24 Feb. at Birchill's Hall, Bloxwich, near Walsall, Staffordshire.
His grandfather, John Parkes of Halesowen, was a clergyman of the church of England, and his father, Harry Parkes, an ironmaster of Walsall, who married a daughter of George Gitton, postmaster and printer, of.
Sir Harry Smith Parkes (), British minister to Japan,and subsequently to China and Korea, Parkes was born on 24 February at Bloxwich, near Walsall.
He was the youngest of three children, and the only son, of an ironmaster and his wife. SIR HARRY SMITH PARKES (), English diploma tist, son of Harry Parkes, founder of the firm of Parkes, Otway & Co., ironmasters, was born at Birchills Hall, near Walsall in Staffordshire, in When but four years old his mother died and in the following year his father was killed in a carriage accident.
Being thus left an orphan, he found a home with his uncle, a. Harry Parkes was at the heart of Britain’s relations with the Far East from the start of his working life at fourteen, to his death at fifty-seven. Orphaned at the age of five, he went to China on his own as a child and worked his way to the top.
CONSIDERING what he was and what he did, Sir Harry Parkes never quite got his due share of public appreciation. Two things were against him. In the first place his achievements lay in China, and to understand them it was necessary to- master a great number of outlandish names, both of places and people.
Sir James Stephen in his Story of Nuncomar points out what terrible non. Sir Robert Hart planned to go into the Legation in August, on the But subsequent events proved Robert Hart right.
China, after a brief struggle, was severely beaten, and peace came as a relief. the man who liberated Sir Harry Parkes--and Robert Hart started for the only shop in Peking, ostensibly to buy toys for his children friends, as.
of the role of Harry Parkes in British diplomacy in Canton immediately after the incident. Before embarking on this project, however, it might be useful to give a brief introduction to Parkes and his background. Born in I, Harry Smith Parkes was orphaned when he was five, and sailed for China when he was only thirteen.
Apart from two brief. Dr Hoare tracks the key events and people shaping the British view of Asia. Key 'dramatis personae' are Sir Harry Parkes, British Minister to Japan, China and Korea; Sir Ernest Satow, the student interpreter who became Minister in Tokyo and Peking, and in more recent years, Sir Charles Eliot, lover of big cars and scholar of Buddhism.
For the footballer and Chesterfield F.C. manager of the same name, see Harry Parkes (footballer). Sir Harry Smith Parkes ( ) was a 19th century British diplomat who worked mainly in China and Japan.
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