China:


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  1. For previous correspondence regarding political conditions in China, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 119 ff.
  2. For correspondence relating to the negotiation of the treaty for the renunciation of war, signed at Paris August 27, 1928, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. i, pp. 1 ff; for text of treaty, see ibid., p. 153.
  3. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 213 ff. and 254 ff.
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 581 587.
  5. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 292 ff., and ibid., 1923, vol. i, pp. 617 ff.
  6. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 309 ff.
  7. For previous correspondence concerning extraterritorial rights, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, p. 398 ff.
  8. For previous correspondence concerning the Provisional Court and the former Mixed Court at Shanghai, see Foreign Relations, 1926, vol. i, pp. 1023 ff.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 449 492.
  10. For previous correspondence regarding Chinese taxes, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 494 ff.
  11. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 531 538.
  12. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 555 569.
  13. For previous correspondence concerning the payment of Boxer Indemnity funds, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 538 ff.
  14. For previous correspondence concerning the Nanking incident, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 323 ff.
  15. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 281 292.