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ported accidental death—The doubt which rests over his fate, . 166-182

CHAPTER XI.

THE FALL OF SOOCHOW, AND THE EXECUTION OF ITS wanCS.

The investment of Soochow—Storming of Leeku–Gordon's “Magic Wand”

—Death of Captain Perry—Disposal of the besieging forces—The Faithful

King's apprehensions—Complete investment of Soochow—Pirating of the

steamer Firefly–A disastrous night-attack—Capture of the East Gate

—o.

CONTENTS. IX

CHAPTER XIII.

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Staveley and Brown—Colonel Gordon and Mr Hart, . - 281-317

CHAPTER XVI.

THE FALL OF NANKING AND THE LAST STRUGCLES |
OF THE TAI-PINGS.

CHAPTER XVII.
NIEN-FEI AND MOHAMMEDAN REBELS.

CONTENTS.

A PP E N DIC E S.

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UNDER THE JOINT COMMAND OF CHINESE AND FOREIGN

OFFICERs, APPoinTED BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE FUTAI

AND GENERAL STAVELEY, C.B., . -

“TI-PING TIEN-kwoh,” - -

STATEMENT of GEORGE BAFFEy, A PRISONER SENT TO H.B.M.

CoNSULATE, CANToN, BY THE CHINESE AUTHORITIES,

LIST OF THE CHINESE NAMES OF PLACES NEAR SHANGHA1,

388

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39S

L IST OF M A. P. S.

1. Map of China, to face title-page.
2. Sketch-Map of the Routes taken by the Rebel Forces
during the years 1851-65, - -
3. Map illustrating the Operations of the Chung and Ying
Wangs, 1855-64, - - -
4. Sketch - Map of the Operations against the Rebels,

1862-64, 5. Sketch of Taitsan and Quinsan, .

6. Sketch of Country ravaged by Rebels, March 1864,

To FACE PAGE

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