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The survival of empire : Portuguese trade and society in China and the South China Sea, 1630-1754
AuthorSouza, George Bryan
Pub. LocationCambridge, MAPublisherCambridge University Press
Date2004Phys. Desc.xx, 282 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
LocationDirector's OfficeCall NumberHF3698.C6 S68 2004
The survival of empire : Portuguese trade and society in China and the South China Sea, 1630-1754 / George Bryan Souza.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 262-275) and index.
"First paperback edition 2004"

List of figures, maps and tables – Glossary - Notes on spelling and currency, weights and measures – Preface - 1. Maritime trade in Asia - 2. Imperial foundations: the Estado da India and Macao - 3. Population, personalities, and communal power - 4. Country traders and Crown monopoly - 5. Merchants and markets - 6. Country traders and the search for markets - 7. Imperial relations: Macao and the Estado de India. - 8. Imperial survival: Sino-Portuguese relations from Ming to Ch'ing - 9. Macao, companies and country traders: the other Europeans in China - 10. Conclusion - List of abbreviations and notes – Bibliography.

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Subject(s)Portugal--Commerce--China--History
China--Commerce--Portugal--History
Portugal--Colonies--Asia--History
Portugal--Colonies--Asia--Commerce--History
Portugal--Commerce--Asia--History
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryEdition1st pbk. ed.Rec. #15416
ISBN0521531357LCCN86000922OCLC13094108