Anglo-China: Chinese People and British Rule in Hong Kong, 1841-1880

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Psychology Press, 2001 - History - 460 pages
A study of the first three decades of British rule in Hong Kong, focusing on the troubled and controversial process of establishing a British colony at Hong Kong and on the reception of British rule by people in the region.
 

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Contents

The Opium War and the British
21
Government and People
53
The Early
109
Trial by Jury in Early
160
Reforms to the Judicial
204
War
257
Corruption Scandal and the Caldwell Affair 18571861
290
Forming a Colonial Relationship the 1860s and Beyond
329
Conclusion
374
Notes
379
Bibliography
442
Index
453
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