China:


Contents

  1. For previous correspondence concerning political conditions in China, see Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 1 ff.
  2. For previous correspondence concerning raising of diplomatic rank of representatives in China, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 463 ff.
  3. For previous correspondence concerning measures for the protection of lives and property in China, see Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 44 ff.
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 236 316.
  5. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 322 327.
  6. For previous correspondence concerning the Nanking incident, see Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 146 ff.
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 341 370. See also section on treaty regulating tariff relations between the United States and China, signed July 25, 1928, Post, pp. 449 ff.
  8. See also section on proposals for revision of Chinese treaties regarding tariff control and extraterritoriality, pp. 398 ff.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 372 433.
  10. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 492 498.
  11. For previous correspondence regarding the Boxer Indemnity, see Foreign Relations, 1925, vol. i, pp. 935 ff.
  12. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1927, vol. ii, pp. 472 482.