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" Japan, and ships, for their crews and passengers, shall be furnished with sufficient supplies of the same. The Japanese government will sell, from time to time, at public auction, any surplus quantity of copper that may be produced. "
Annals of British Legislation: Being a Classified and Analysed Summary of ... - Página 225
editado por - 1861
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Hertslet's Commercial Treaties: A Collection of Treaties and ..., Volumen11

1900
...to the Customs in payment of import or export duties. Foreign grain brought into any port of China in a British ship, if no part thereof has been landed, may be re-exported without hindrance. XLVI. The Chinese authorities at each port shall adopt the means they may judge most proper to prevent...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen41

1859
...exportation of copper coin, as well as copper in bars, is prohibited, but the government engages to sell from time to time, at public auction, any surplus quantity of copper that may be produced. Iron abounds in various parts of Japan, the mines of which are extensively worked — much more so...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Volumen19

1859
...exportation of copper coin, as well as copper in bars, is prohibited, but the Government engages to sell from time to time, at public auction, any surplus quantity of copper that may be produced. Iron abounds in various parts of Japan, the mines of which are extensively worked, much more so at...
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Narrative of the Earl of Elgin's Mission to China and Japan in the Years ...

Laurence Oliphant - 1859
...gold and silver coin, and copper in bars, is prohibited. The Japanese Government, however, engages to sell from time to time, at public auction, any surplus quantity of copper that may be produced. This, together with all other articles of Japanese production which are exported as cargo, is liable...
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Correspondence Relative to the Earl of Elgin's Special Missions to China and ...

Great Britain. Foreign Office, James Bruce Earl of Elgin - 1859 - 488 páginas
...to the Customs in payment of import or export duties. Foreign grain brought into any port of China in a British ship, if no part thereof has been landed, may be re-exported without hindrance. ARTICLE XLVI. The Chinese authorities at each port shall adopt the means they may judge most proper...
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Narrative of the Earl of Elgin's Mission to China and Japan in the ..., Volumen1

Laurence Oliphant - 1859 - 508 páginas
...to the Customs in payment of import or export duties. Foreign grain brought into any port of China in a British ship, if no part thereof has been landed, may be re-exported without hindrance. ARTICLE XLVI. The Chinese authorities at each port shall adopt the means they may judge most proper...
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Narrative of the Earl of Elgin's Mission to China and Japan in the ..., Volumen1

Laurence Oliphant - 1859 - 508 páginas
...to the Customs in payment of import or export duties. Foreign grain brought into any port of China in a British ship, if no part thereof has been landed, may be re-exported without hindrance. ARTICLE XLVI. The Chinese authorities at each port shall adopt the means they nmy judge most proper...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volumen33

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1859
...to the Customs in payment of import or export duties. Foreign grain brought into any port of China in a British ship, if no part thereof has been landed, may be re-exported without hindrance, ARTICLE XLVI. The Chinese authorities at each port shall adopt the means they may judge most proper...
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China and Japan: Being a Narrative of the Cruise of the U.S. Steam-frigate ...

James D. Johnston - 1861 - 448 páginas
...and ships, for their crews and passengers, shall be furnished with sufficient supplies of the same. The Japanese government will sell, from time to time,...any surplus quantity of copper that may be produced. Americans residing in Japan shall have the right to employ Japanese as servants or in any other capacity....
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The Mining Magazine and Journal of Geology, Mineralogy, Metallurgy ..., Volumen1

1860
...exportation of copper coin, as well as copper in bars, is prohibited, but the government engages to sell from time to time, at public auction, any surplus quantity of copper that may be produced. Iron abounds in various parts of Japan, the mines of which are extensively worked — much more so...
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