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Mr Greenberg shows how this change was brought about by the pressures of the expanding British economy of the early nineteenth century
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The Old China Trade page . Common terms and phrases.
The Old China Trade page i. 11. The Honourable Company and the Private English. 18. The Canton Commercial System. 41. chapter iv. 49. The Development of the Canton Trade to 1834. 75. chapter v. 104. Business and Financial Organisation.
Mr Greenberg shows how this change was brought about by the pressures of the expanding British economy of the early nineteenth century. Much of the material is based on the papers of Jardine Matheson and C. the only firm of pre-treaty days to survive, and the largest of the British firms then established in Canton
British Trade and The Opening of China 1800-42 by Greenberg, Michael and a great .
Michael Greenberg (28 November 1914 – 19 April 1992) was a scholar of Chinese economics and history. He was alleged in the first wave of McCarthyism to have provided a Soviet spy with information during the 1940s, but was never charged with espionage. Greenberg was born Michael Menahem Greenberg in Manchester, Lancashire, England, son of a Polish-born father and a mother from Iasi, Romania, both of whom had arrived in the UK as children in the 1890s.
by Greenberg, Michael. Opium War, 1840-1842. Published 1951 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge Times.