Statistics Compiled from the Finance and Revenue Accounts Volume 3

Statistics Compiled from the Finance and Revenue Accounts Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...680 638 372 607 1,107 1,661 2,157 2,494 1,768 1,694 1,034 1,258 1,628 118 130 107 129 129 Piculs. 9,199 13,671 15,719 14,161 14,868 17,751 18,611 19,561 22,735 24,199 24,836 23,684 24,280 24,386 27,352 25,226 28,515 25,931 28,097 27,531 25.308 24,593 19,701 17,591 15,553 16,080 16,167 SHAN All opium imported into Chiiift reaches it through Hongkong and Shanghai. Owing to the practice of smuggling, opium, which in in the Chinese Customs Returns show The figures under the head of "Sortg extensively carried on between Hongkong and the opposite coast above and below Canton and at other Chinese ports, the net imports imperfectly the consumption of Indian opium. denote Persian and Turkish opium, but chiefly Persian. Account No. 13 OPIUM. Account No. 13. NET IMPORTS into each TREATY PORT of CRINA, in each YEAR, from 1864 U 1891. OPIUM. Account No. 13: --, --, T--1 AcCOUllt No. 13--continued. NET IMPORTS into each TREATY PORT of CHINA, in each YEAR, from 1864 to 1891--continued. Account No. 13 OPIUM. t _ Account No. 13--continued. NET IMPORTS into each TREATY PORT of CHWA, in each TEAR, from 1864 to iS91-continued. Account No. 13 OPIUM. AcCOULt No-13--continued. NET IMPOSTS into each TREATY PORT of CHINA, in each YEAR, from 1864 to 1891--continued. OPIUM. Account No. 13 Account No. 13--continued. NET IMPORTS into lack TREATY PORT of CHINA, in each YEAR, from 1864 to 1891--continued. OPIUM. Account No. 13 Account No-13--concluded. NET IMPOSTS into each TREATY POST of CHINA, in each TEAR, from 1864 to 1891--concluded. Represents Tamsui and Takow in 1891 Tamsui and Tainan, (a) Two new offices of the Foreign Customs were opened on the 2nd April 1887 at Kowloon and Lappa. Note.--There is a great deal of opium-smuggling which does not appear in this...show more

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  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 91g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236487370
  • 9781236487377