H. A. Giles

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H. A. Giles
H. A. Giles

Works - Giles, Herbert Allen

A Chinese Biographical Dictionary. London: Kelly & Walsh, 1898. http://archive.org/details/achinesebiograp00gilegoog.

A Chinese-English Dictionary [Tonal]. Vol. 1. 2 vols. London: Quaritch, 1892. https://books.google.com/books?id=l3EgAQAAMAAJ.

A Chinese-English Dictionary [Tonal]. Vol. 2. 2 vols. London: Quaritch, 1892. https://books.google.com/books?id=m5tQAAAAYAAJ.

A Dictionary of Colloquial Idioms in the Mandarin Dialect. A.H. De Carvalho, 1873. http://archive.org/details/adictionarycoll00gilegoog.

A Glossary of Reference on Subjects Connected with the Far East. Hong Kong: Crawford, 1878. https://archive.org/details/aglossaryrefere01gilegoog.

A Glossary of Reference on Subjects Connected with the Far East. 2nd ed. London: Quaritch, 1886. https://archive.org/details/glossaryofrefere00gilerich.

A History of Chinese Literature. London: Heinemann, 1901. http://archive.org/details/ahistorychinese01gilegoog.

A Short History of Koolangsu. A.A. Marcal, 1878. http://archive.org/details/ashorthistoryko00gilegoog.

“A Thousand Character Essay.” The China Review 2, no. 3 (1873): 182–85.

“A Translation of Examination Essays given at Wu-Ch’ang.” The China Review 2, no. 5 (1874): 309–14.

“A Visit to the Country of Gentlemen.” The China Review 6, no. 3 (1877): 7 pp.

Adversaria Sinica. Vol. 2. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1905. https://archive.org/details/adversariasinica02gile.

Adversaria Sinica. Vol. 4. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1906. https://books.google.com/books?id=SP01AQAAMAAJ.

Adversaria Sinica. Vol. 3. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1906. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc2.ark:/13960/t8bg2zj89;view=1up;seq=5.

Adversaria Sinica. Vol. 5. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1906. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc2.ark:/13960/t5h99df5j;view=1up;seq=3.

Adversaria Sinica. 2 1. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1914. http://archive.org/details/adversariasinica00gileiala.

Adversaria Sinica. 2 1. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1915. http://archive.org/details/adversariasinica00gileiala.

An Introduction to the History of Chinese Pictorial Art. London: Quaritch, 1918. http://archive.org/details/ost-art-introductiontohi00gileuoft.

Arcana Saitica Briefly Discussed in Three Eassays on the Masonic Tracing Boards. Amoi: Marçal, 1879. https://archive.org/details/arcanasaiticabri00gilerich.

“Botanicon Sinicum, by E. Bretschneider, M.D.” The China Review 20, no. 2 (1892): 1 p.

China and the Chinese. New York: Columbia University Press, 1902. http://archive.org/details/chinachinese01gileuoft.

China and the Chinese. Accessed November 14, 2015. http://archive.org/details/china_chinese_librivox.

China and the Manchus. Cambridge: University Press, 1912. https://archive.org/details/chinamanchus00gileuoft.

“Chinese Allegory.” The China Review 6, no. 6 (1898): 380–85.

Chinese Fairy Tale. London: Gowans & Gray, 1911. https://archive.org/details/chinesefairytal00gile.

Chinese Poetry in English Verse. London: Quaritch, 1898. https://archive.org/details/cu31924008867222.

Chinese Poetry in English Verse (古今詩選), 2015. http://archive.org/details/chinesepoetry_1507_librivox.

Chinese Sketches. Trübner, 1876. http://archive.org/details/chinesesketches01gilegoog.

Chinese without a Teacher: Being a Collection of Easy and Useful Sentences in the Mandarin ... 5th ed. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1901. http://archive.org/details/chinesewithouta00gilegoog.

Chuang Tzŭ: Mystic, Moralist, and Social Reformer. B. Quaritch, 1889. http://archive.org/details/chuangtzmysticm00chuagoog.

Confucianism and Its Rivals : Lectures Delivered in the University Hall of Dr. William’s Library, London, October-December, 1914. New York: Scribner, 1915. http://archive.org/details/confucianismitsr00gileuoft.

“Dr. Edkins on the ‘Tao Te Ching.’” Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 21–22 (1886): 321.

“Dr. Legge’s Critical Notice of the Remains of Lao Tzu.” The China Review 16, no. 4 (1888): 4 pp.

Elementary Chinese 三字經 San Tzu Ching. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1900. https://archive.org/details/elementarychines00wangrich.

“Freemasonry in China. An Address to the Members of the Ionic Lodge of Amoy, Delivered June 8th, 1880.” In Historic China and Other Sketches, 378–400. London: T. de La Rue, 1882. https://archive.org/details/historicchinaoth00gile.

From Swatow to Canton (Overland). Shangha: The Celestial Empire Office, 1877. http://archive.org/details/FromSwatowToCantonoverland.

Gems of Chinese Literature. Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, 1922. http://archive.org/details/gemsofchineselit00gile.

“Giles’ Dictionary.” The China Review 21, no. 1 (1894): 1 p.

Great Religions of the World. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1901. http://archive.org/details/greatreligionsw01gilegoog.

Historic China, and Other Sketches. London: T. de La Rue, 1882. http://archive.org/details/historicchinaoth00gile.

“Lockhart’s Manual of Chinese Quotations.” The China Review 21, no. 6 (1895): 9 pp.

“Mr. Balfour’s Chuang Tze.” The China Review 11, no. 1 (1882): 2–15.

“Mr. Parker as a Translator.” The China Review 22, no. 2 (1896): 5 pp.

Musings of a Chinese Mystic: Selections from the Philosophy of Chuang Tzŭ. Edited by Lionel Giles. London: Murray, 1906. http://archive.org/details/musingsachinese00gilegoog.

On Some Translations and Mistranslations in Dr. Williams’ Syllabic Dictionary of the Chinese Language. Amoy: Marcal, 1879. http://archive.org/details/onsometranslatio00gilerich.

“On the Use of Character Fan.” The China Review 7, no. 1 (1878): 1.

“Protest.” The China Review 15, no. 4 (1887): 1 p.

Record of the Buddhistic Kingdoms [by Faxian 法顯]. London: Trübner, 1877. http://archive.org/details/cu31924023188489.

Religions of Ancient China. London: Constable, 1905. http://archive.org/details/religionsancien00gilegoog.

“Review of ‘A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms’ by Dr. Legge.” Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 21 (1887): 314–20.

San Zi Jing 三字經 or “Trimetrical Classic.” Edited by Eric Serejski. Frederick (MD): Iandi, 2016.

Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio [Liaozhai Zhiyi 聊齋誌異 by Pu Songling 蒲松齡]. 3rd ed. Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1916. http://archive.org/details/strangestoriesf01gilegoog.

Synoptical Studies in the Chinese Character. Yü Chü Hsüeh Tzu. Kelly & co., 1874. http://archive.org/details/synopticalstudi00gilegoog.

The Civilisation of China. London: Norgate, 1911. http://archive.org/details/civilisationofch00gile.

The Hsi-Yuan-Lu, Or, Instructions to Coroners. London: Bale, 1924.

“The Meaning of 神器.” The China Review 15, no. 4 (1887): 1 p.

“The Musk Deer.” The China Review 22, no. 6 (1897): 1.

“The New Testament in Chinese.” The China Review 10, no. 3 (1881): 10 pp.

The Remains of Laozi, 1888.

“The Tzu Erh Chi: Past and Present.” The China Review 16, no. 4 (1888): 12 pp.

The Yuli Chao Chuan. The Jade Record, n.d.


Cranmer-Byng, Launcelot, and Herbert Allen Giles. The Never-Ending Wrong, and Other Renderings of the Chinese from the Prose Translations of Herbert A. Giles. London: Grant Richards, 1902. http://archive.org/details/neverendingwrong00craniala.

Giles, Herbert Allen, and Thomas Francis Wade. Catalog of the Wade Collection of Chinese and Manchu Books in the Library of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge: University Press, 1898. http://archive.org/details/catalogofwadecol00cambrich.

Giles, Herbert Allen, and Thomas Francis Wade. Catalogue of the Wade Collection of Chinese and Manchu Books in the Library of the University of Cambridge. Supplementary. Cambridge: University Press, 1915. http://archive.org/details/supplementarycat00cambrich.