An Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China, Including Cursory Observations Made and Information Obtained in Travelling Through that Ancient Empire and a Small Part of Chinese Tartary, Together with a Relation of the Voyage Undertaken on the Occasion by His Majesty's Ship "the Lion"... Taken Chiefly from the Papers Of... the Earl of Macartney... by Sir George Staunton,...
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