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Title The Asiatic in England: Sketches of Sixteen Year's Work among Orientals
Author(s) Salter, Joseph
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1873
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Seeley, Jackson & Halliday
Library British Library
Reference 4192.bb.43
Region Europe
Names Maharajah Duleep Singh, Rev. Henry Venn, Lieut-Colonel R. Marsh Hughes, Thomas Clarkson (pp4-5), Prince Albert (p38), Queen of Oude (pp52-65, 223, 255), Nawab of Surat (pp42-52), Hyder Ali (pp56-57)
Places Britain, England, City of London
Topics the lives of working class non-Europeans in England, religion, Christianity, missionaries, missionary work, Church Missionary Society, CMS, poverty, 'Strangers' Home for Asiatics, Africans and South Sea Islanders', Lascars, contents, illustrations (pp38, 82, 100, 106, 107, 166, 170, 178, 268, 294), dress and appearance of non-Europeans (pp26, 35, 39), Chinese (pp26-28, 210-217), opium (pp24-25, 28, 31, 204, 272-285), death of non-Europeans on English streets (pp19-21), law, prisons, non-Europeans imprisoned in England (pp24-25, 110-125), housing (pp26-37, 66), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp52, 62, 76, 81-84, 91, 118, 124, 135-136, 204-205, 240, 266), opening of the Home (p66), examples of unemployed non-Europeans (pp69-70), law (pp77-78), Hinduism (pp91-93, 136, 253), hook swinging (pp116-117), lascar, non-European seaman (pp143-164), mixed-race marriage (p182)
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