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Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (1689)

Joseph S. Sebes

Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (1689)

The diary of Thomas Pereira.

by Joseph S. Sebes

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Published by Institutum Historicum S.I. in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pereira, Thomas, -- 1645-1708,
  • Jesuits -- China,
  • Nerchinsk, Treaty of, 1689,
  • China -- Foreign relations -- Russia,
  • Russia -- Foreign relations -- China

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBibliotheca Instituti Historici S.I -- v. 18
    ContributionsPereira, Thomas, 1645-1708.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxv, 341 p.
    Number of Pages341
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15194633M
    LC Control Number62005349

    In the s Kangxi, who was ruling the Qing empire, sent forces to attack Russian forces near the Amur river multiple times. The Chinese frequently spied on the Russian forces there and greatly desired to control trade at the river. In , the Treaty of Nerchinsk fixed a border between the two countries and regulated trade across it. The Treaty of Nerchinsk was signed on September 7, It had six articles and was in five languages, Chinese, Manchu, Mongolian, Russian, and Latin, with the Latin version being the official text. The treaty delineated the boundary between Russian Siberia and Chinese Manchuria along the Argun and Amur Rivers to the mouth of the Kerbechi, and.

    The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): the diary of Thomas Pereira, S.J. Rome, Institute Historicum S.I., / xxxv, p. Biol., 2 fold. maps (Bibliotheca Instituti Historici Societatis Iesu v) Sebes, Joseph [ Book ] Languages: Undetermined At ANU Library. Joseph Sebes og Thomas Pereira: The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): The Diary of Thomas Pereira. Bibliotheca Instituti Historici S.I.; V. Rome: Institutum Historicum S.I., Peter C. Perdue: China marches West: The Qing conquest of Central Eurasia. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press,

    The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (); The diary of Thomas Pereira by Joseph S Sebes (Book) 19 editions published between and in English. Finally a Chinese Russian treaty was signed at Nerchinsk in The Manchu side was assisted by two Jesuits, Gerbillon and Pereira, useful for their knowledge of law and Latin. Mongolian could have been the bridging language of the Treaty, but the Jesuits imposed Latin as the authoritative language of the treaty.


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Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (1689) by Joseph S. Sebes Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (). The diary of Thomas Pereira. S.J. Paperback – January 1, by Joseph Sebes, S. (Author)Author: Joseph Sebes, S. The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk ();: The diary of Thomas Pereira (Bibliotheca Instituti Historici S.I) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: Joseph Sebes.

The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): The Diary of Thomas Pereira, S.J. Joseph Sebes. Europe via Moscow to China. A general index (p. ) concludes the book. The Treaty of Nerchinsk is of particular interest because there the Chinese for the first time negotiated with Western " barbarians " on an equal footing and under the guidance of two Jesuit.

The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian treaty of Nerchinsk, the diary of Thomas Pereira / Joseph Sebes Institutum Historicum S.I Rome Australian/Harvard Citation Sebes, Joseph. The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): The Diary of Thomas Pereira, S.

See Article History. Treaty of Nerchinsk, (), peace settlement between Russia and the Manchu Chinese empire that checked Russia’s eastward expansion by removing its outposts from the Amur River basin. By the treaty’s terms Russia lost easy access to the Sea of Okhotsk and Far Eastern markets but secured its claim to Transbaikalia (the area east of Lake Baikal) and gained the right of.

Pereira is also famous in China for being one of two Jesuits in the Chinese negotiating team that successfully negotiated the Treaty of Nerchinsk with Tsarist Russia, signed on 27th August It was the first peace treaty between China and Russia and fixed the border for the next years; the official version was in Latin, the language of.

The Treaty of Nerchinsk was the first formal treaty between China and any European power. The Treaty of Nerchinsk was basically a pragmatic border arrangement. It was eventually succeeded by the Treaty of Kyakhta ofnegotiated on the initiative of the Kangxi Emperor and of Peter the Great, who launched the expedition that negotiated it.

The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk () by: Sebes, Joseph S. Published: () Memoirs and observations topographical, physical, mathematical, mechanical, natural, civil, and ecclesiastical: Made in a late journey through the empire of China, and published in several letters.

He has published books and articles on the Jesuit mission in China, including K'ung-tzu or Confucius: the Jesuit interpretation of Confucianism.

Kangxi () period, but also helped the Qing Court to sign the Treaty of Nerchinsk () with Russia. Researches concerning the activities of Tomás Pereira in the past were. The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): The Diary of Thomas Pereira.

The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (); The diary of Thomas Pereira. The Treaty of Nerchinsk, in which Jesuits in the service of the Kangxi emperor played a major role as translators and go-betweens, rolled back Russian expansion in the region but legalized Russo-Chinese trade both by caravans and along the border.

3 The Qing realm rapidly became one of the foremost destinations for Siberian and North Cited by: 1. Russia and China: Their Diplomatic Relations to monopoly Moscow negotiations Nerchinsk treaty Ninguta Nun-chiang officials ordered participation Peking Peking market Peking's Petersburg problem profits PTLC received regulations relations river route rubles Sabsu Selenginsk sent settlement sian Siberia side Sino-Russian Sino-Russian.

The Jesuit Role as “Experts” in High Qing Cartography and Technology∗ Benjamin A. Elman∗∗ Abstract Earlier accounts have generally overvalued or undervalued the role of the Jesu-its in Ming-Qing intellectual life.

In many cases the Jesuits were less relevant in. by Father Pereira on how and why the treaty came into being, transcribed from the Jesuit archives in Rome. Nerchinsk was an outpost at the confluence of the Nercha and Shilka rivers in sparsely settled Siberia. The area even now is comparatively little known to the world at large.

Yet the reader of this book will find that, inhe stands at the. The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): The Diary of Thomas Pereira.

Bibliotheca Instituti Historici S.I.; V. Rome: Institutum Historicum S.I., Ravenstein, Ernest George, 'The Russians on the Amur', (sic)Mata uang: Uang logam, Kangxi Tongbao. 21 Jean Francois Gerbillon, a French Jesuit, first arrived in China also in and was employed by the Qing court in as an official interpreter and translator for the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk.

22 Bernard-Kiliam Stumpf, a German Jesuit, was employed by Emperor Kangxi in to build China’s first glass-making factory. The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk (): The Diary of Thomas Pereira.

Bibliotheca Instituti Historici S.I.; V. Rome: Institutum Historicum S.I., Ravenstein, Ernest George, 'The Russians on the Amur', (sic) External links Edit.

The Russian-Chinese Border: Today’s Reality; Script error. The Treaty of Nerchinsk of was the first treaty between Russia and China under the Qing Russians gave up the area north of the Amur River as far as the Stanovoy Range and kept the area between the Argun River and Lake border along the Argun River and Stanovoy Range lasted until the Amur Acquisition in and It opened markets for Russian goods in .11 e The Jesuits as Peace Makers Russians ceded to the Chinese land almost equivalent to Germany and France combined.

Nerchinsk was the first treaty made by China with a European pow, er and the first to be worked out according to European patterns of.The Jesuits and the Sino-Russian Treaty of Nerchinsk () by: Sebes, Joseph S.

Published: () Memoirs and observations topographical, physical, mathematical, mechanical, natural, civil, and ecclesiastical made in a late journey through the empire of China and published in several letters / by: Le Comte, Louis,