|Anon., Daoxuejia zhuan 道學家傳 (c. 1684, enlarged in c. 1730, copy of 1865)|
091R ZKW - [d]
ms. (24.1 x 12.8 cm) Daoxue jia zhuan 道學家傳 (102 ff., 8/24), copy signed by Francis-Xavier Hu Huang 胡璜 at the old church of Shanghai on 8 August 1865.
note 64: "This copy contains virtually the same version as 090R (see below). After 1865 someone else (different handwriting and ink) added the Guangxu and Xuantong periods and the Republic 民國 (cf. 090R, f.113a: mention of only the Daoguang and Xianfeng periods: 1820-1861). The same person also made corrections elsewhere in the text. For other copies, see Wang, 附錄, p. 3; RWZ 3.61-65 (Canberra, Australia). One of these two ms. (090R, 091R) has been partly published in Shengjiao zazhi 聖教雜誌, 1925 (Pfister 353); one of them was returned by d'Elia." )--Cf. Adrian Dudink, "The Zikawei Collection" (Sino-Western Cultural Relations Journal XVIII (1996)), p.25-26.
090R ZKW B-4 (540.9, Xu 431) [b,d] [Xu 224-225, CY 113] [B541]
ms. (20 x 12.7 cm), Daoxue jia zhuan 道學家傳 (136 ff., 7/20), usually attributed to Verbiest, apparently because it (ff. 85-112a and 116-127a) contains a slightly different version of Shengjiao xinzheng (087R). According to Wang Zhongmin, Daoxue jia zhuan was probably composed by Zheng Jiaozan 鄭交贊 (author of the second essay, ff. 8-16) during the persecution of the Yongzheng period (1723-1735). At some isolated places, the text has been updated by copyists, e.g. f.19b (5808 years have elapsed from the Creation to 1808)--Cf. Adrian Dudink, "The Zikawei Collection" (Sino-Western Cultural Relations Journal XVIII (1996)), p.25.
In volume 3 of: Xujiahui cangshulou Ming Qing Tianzhujiao wenxian 徐家匯藏書樓明清天主教文獻.
For complete contents see:
Standaert, Nicolas, Xujiahui cangshulou Ming Qing Tianzhujiao wenxian 徐家匯藏書樓明清天主教文獻.
For a description of all 37 texts, see the catalog of the Fujen Zikawei collection in Sino-Western Cultural Relations Journal XVIII (1996).