London: Elliot Stock, 1901.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1911.
An exercise in forgery. See Hugh Trevor-Roper, The Hermit of Peking (New York: Fromm International, 1986) for a fascinating insight into this work.
Eugene, OR: e-Asia, 2006
Chicago: Open Court Pub. Co., 1898
The Open Court, Vol. XIV, No. 532 (September, 1900), pp. 551-561.
The China Journal of Science & Arts (Spring 1963). Vol. III, No. 9 (September, 1925), pp. 473-483; Vol. III, No. 10 (October, 1925), pp. 536-545.
Published in 1925 but is still a pretty fair introduction to the Shang dynasty and its place in Chinese history.
New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1912.
The China Journal of Science & Arts, vol.II, No. 4 (September, 1924), pp. 400-411.
An exposition on a branch of traditional Chinese medicine -- but the view of the author is that this whole pulse business is "quackery." Nonetheless, the article is a useful overview of traditional Chinese medicine and a valuable entry into a complex subject.
New York: Longman's, Green, 1901.
Tokyo: The Herald Press, 1931.
Examples of Chinese nationalism or -- as claimed by this Japanese publication -- examples of anti-foreignism?