2 edition of Early printing in the Straits Settlements, 1806-1858 found in the catalog.
Early printing in the Straits Settlements, 1806-1858
Cecil K. Byrd
|Statement||by Cecil K. Byrd.|
|Contributions||National Library (Singapore)|
|LC Classifications||Z186.S7 B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||70942676|
Readbag users suggest that is worth reading. The file contains 80 page(s) and is free to view, download or print. (11) Cecil K. Byrd, Early Printing in the Straits Settlements, (Singapore: Singapore National Library, ). 页 (12) 李金生，《新加坡国立大学中文图书馆海外华人特藏：开发与利用》 (13) 庄钦永，《关于 19 世纪新华社会史的一些原始资料》，见《亚洲文化》，第 10 期，页 5。Read:
(5) Prosperity and Decline of Traditional Printing in the Chhing Period, P (J) Techniques and procedures of Chinese printing, p. (I) Materials, Tools, and Preparation for Printing from Wood blockS, P (2) Varieties and Methods of Movable Type Printing, p. (3) Format and Binding of Chinese Books, p. (4) Development of. The book The Invention of Printing in China, written by the American Mr. Ka-de [Carter] records this in particularly great detail.”43 His nationalistic rhetoric aside, Ge’s citation of Carter’s book marks one of the first acknowledgments in a modern Chinese publication that printing technology was deemed an important element in national.
Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December 12) 13) 14) Ten shillings Bradbury T18 issued black serial A/2 , dash, cleaned, pressed & trimmed, GVF to EF (£60 - £). (1) Byrd (Cecil K.). Early printing in the Straits settlements, Singapore, National Library, , pp. (2) Gutzlaff (Karl). Journal of three voyages along the coast of China in , Й and , with notices of Siam, Corea and the Loo-Choo islands London, F. Westley and A. H. Davis, In-8°, xlv p. ; pp. ↵Author: Gérald Duverdier.
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Early printing in the Straits Settlements, [Singapore] Singapore National Library, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cecil. Early printing in the Straits Settlements, This book explores the early printing at Penang, Malacca and Singapore.
Although it noted that the thorough exploration of the subject should involve the search of early imprints in overseas repositories, the research was limited to the collection in the repositories in these three Straits Settlements.
the Straits Settlements. Printing had been introduced in the Netherlands Indies by the Dutch as early as .1 The publication was said to be "the earliest example in history of the translation and printing of a book of the Bible in a Non-European language as a means of evangelization".
Earlv Printing in the Straits Settlements Early printing in the Straits Settlements, – Singapore: National Library, pp. 16– (Call no.: RSING BYR); O’Sullivan, L. The London Missionary Society: A written record of missionaries and printing presses in the Straits Settlements, – In the report of the Singapore Christian Union, Thomsen reported that a sum of 18 Straits dollars and 50 cents was disbursed for the printing of 1, copies of the Sermon on the Mount.
6 Other publications printed by the Mission Press in the same year included religious tracts such as Scripture Tickets, Abdullah and Sabat and Good News.
Byrd, C. (), Early Printing in the Straits Settlements (), Singapore: Presbyterian Church of Singapore. Chiam Joon Tong (), Prinsep Street Presbyterian Church ( Book one: Barbarians at the gates, Hodder and Stoughton and the Overseas Missionary Fellowship, Note references to Malacca and Malaya.
Byrd, Cecil K. Early Printing in the Straits Settlements - a preliminary enquiry, National Library, Singapore, Complete and annotated references to material a good deal of which was printed. pers of the major early family figures are therefore broken into several groups, by donor.
To help in location, extensive cross Printing, proof Early Printing in the Straits Settlements Singapore: Sing. American Book Prices Current Vol ume 75 (rev.), American Book Prices Current, ; a Record of Literary Properties Sold at Auction in the United States and in Lon don, England, from September through AugustE.
Hazen, ed. (rev.), American Drama from Its Beginnings to the Present, E. Long (rev.), Early Malay printing in the Straits Settlements by missionaries of the London Missionary Society (pp. 43–44, 48). MA Thesis in Library and Information Studies, School of Library, Archive and Information Studies, University College London.
Call no.: RSING IBR; Gallop, A.T. The book was known in English as a Vocabulary. It was in manuscript only, not in printed form, for at that time the printing-press had not yet reached Malacca.
Actually, printing began at Malacca in but it was not until November of the following year that a printing press with English and Malay types reached the. Cecil K. Byrd (). Early Printing in the Straits Settlements, Singapore: National Library. Cheeseman (). Bibliography of Malaya.
London: Longmans, Green and Co., pp. See pp. for list of earliest newspapers and publication dates. Chen Mong Hock ().
The Early Chinese Newspapers of Singapore Author: John A. Lent. Early printing in the Straits Settlements,Cecil K. Byrd, National Library (Singapore),Art, 53 pages. Indian antiquities or Dissertations relative to the ancient geographical divisions, the pure system of primeval theology, the grand code of civil laws.
The number of Malay schools and their enrolment in the Straits Settlements rose from 16 and in to 85 and 2, in and and 7, in (23). These figures compare very favourably with those for the Federated Malay States (Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan and Pahang), which in had schools with an enrolment of (24).Author: Tan Chin Kwang.
Bibliography of Malay and Arab periodicals Published in the Straits Settlements and Peninsular Malay States, ; S.H. Tan’s A Note on Malayan hinese Newspapers; ecil K yrd’s Early Printing in the Straits Settlements: 新加坡主要馆藏海外华人研究资源及其展望 李金生 新加坡国立大学中文图书馆 东南亚（旧称南洋）是.
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Missionary Printing in Malacca Missionary Printing in Malacca BIN ISMAIL, IBRAHIM IBRAHIM BIN ISMAIL Printing began in Malacca on 5 August at the missionary Station established there, on behalf of the London Missionary Society, by William Milne, with the collaboration and authority of Robert Morrison, the first Protestant missionary sent to China by.Search Database Keywords Thesaurus for SoyaScan Database of Soybeans and Soyfoods.
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Aburagé.Next to the above [i.e. john Leyden's translation of the Sejarah Melayu published in London in the year ] in point of date is the Malay text which is generally believed to have been printed in Singapore, probably at the Mission Press.
The only copy of this edition to which I have had access is the one in the Logan Library at Singapore, which is without either date, imprint, or title page.