This is one of the books in the series "Chinese Studies in the West: The Chinese Record," Volume 12 . This series consists of reprints of western books about China in the public domain, with Chinese introductions and translations of the books’ main information, including title, author, preface, table of content, list of illustrations and postscript. A summary is written for each book to introduce its original content with related materials. The summary also comprises book information, such as writing background, time and period, main content, point of view and historical evaluations of the book. It is designed to help the Chinese researchers and readers understand the book better. Volume 12 of this series covers writings of several Westerners, including Robert Montgomery Martin (1801-1868), Henry Charles Sirr (1807-1872)，Samuel Wells Williams (1812-1884), John Henry Gray (1823-1890), Augustus Frederick Lindley (1840-1873), William Frederick Mayers (1831-1878), Edmund Plauchut (1824-1909), Robert Sterling Clark (1877-1956), Arthur de C. Sowerby (1885-1954), Daniel Harrison Kulp II (1888-1980) and Lewis Hodous (1872-1949). 此书为"中国研究外文旧籍汇刊·中国记录"丛书第一辑中之五册。
Halcombe, Charles J.H.
The mystic flowery land: being a true account of an Englishman's travels and adventures in China
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Chinese Studies in the West: The Chinese Record, Volume 1
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Halcombe, Charles J.H., “神秘的中华：英人游历中囯记,” CALASYS - CALA Academic Resources & Repository System, accessed June 5, 2023, https://ir.cala-web.org/items/show/808.