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The Chinese Repository

"The Chinese Repository was a periodical published in Guangzhou [Canton] between 1832 and 1851 for the use of Protestant missionaries working in Southeast Asia.  The founding editor was Elijah Coleman Bridgman (until 1847), from 1848 until 1851, Samuel Wells Williams was the editor.  The periodical was published monthly between May 1832 and December 1851 – and (following BS 2286) there was a second edition of volumes 1-3. Each of the twenty volumes includes a subject index, a general index was published in 1851."

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