Opium Trade Consumption Policy

The opium trade and its attendant wars loomed large in British involvement with China from the mid-nineteenth century. This theme includes histories of the opium trade, tracts opposing its use and the trade in it, medical treatises on opium use, missionaries’ opinions on opium, and accounts of government proceedings related to the trade.

The American almanac and repository of useful knowledge for the year 1841 1840 Boston
Britain's crime against China Gregory, Maurice 1891 London
British opium trade with China [1839] Birmingham
Captive Cathay Mason, George L., Rev 1893 Shanghai
Cartoon: ich will das Sie kaufen
China Question MacDonald, James 1870 London
The China Review on the opium question The China Review [1875?]
China's fight against opium
China: as it was and as it is: with a glance at the tea and opium trades 1845 London
China; as it was, and as it is: with a glance at the tea and opium trades 1842 London
Chinese account of the Opium War Parker, E.H. 1888 Shanghai
The Chinese opium-smoker: twelve illustrations showing the ruin which our opium trade with China is bringing upon that country [ca. 1880] London
Compendium of facts relating to the opium trade 1840 London
Confessions of an English opium-eater [1822]
Debate on Mr. Samuel Smith's resolution relative to the opium trade with China 1889 London
Devastation of India's millions by opium under British rule: will God permit its continuance? By a resident in India [1891?] London
East India, and the opium trade January 1841
An essay on the opium trade: including a sketch of its history, extent, effects, etc., as carried on in India and China Allen, Nathan, 1813-1889 1850 Boston
Facts and evidence relating to the opium trade with China Fry, William Storrs 1840 London
Facts and evidence relating to the opium trade with China Fry, William Storrs 1840 London
Facts and evidence relating to the opium trade with China Fry, William Storrs 1840 London
A few words to voters London
Has the opium trade been forced on China? Alexander, Joseph Gundry, b. 1848 [1894?] [London]
The Indo-Chinese opium question as it stands in 1893 Needham Cust, Robert 1893 Hertford
The Indo-Chinese opium question as it stands in 1893: or "Are the constitutional rights of the millions of British India to be sacrificed?" Cust, Robert Needham, 1821-1909 1893 Hertford
The Indo-Chinese opium trade Hill, J. Spencer 1884 London
The loss to the revenue caused by the opium traffic Newman, Henry Stanley [1890?] [London]
The medical aspect of the opium question 1892 London
The narcotics we indulge in November 1853
Native opium The Inspector General of China Maritime Customs, Shanghai 1864 Shanghai
Opinions of over 100 physicians on the use of opium in China Park, William Hector 1899 Shanghai
The opium habit in the East Rowntree, Joshua 1895 Westminster, Scarborough
Opium in China, extracted from China; political, commercial, and social Martin, R. Montgomery [1847?] London
The opium question 1877
The opium question Warren, Samuel 1840 London
The opium question and the present movement Thwing, E.W. [1910]
The opium question, as between nation and nation Warren, Samuel 1840 London
The opium trade in China 1858 London
The opium trade, as affecting British commerce with China M'Laren, David [1891?] London
The opium trade: including a sketch of its history, extent, effects, etc., as carried on in India and China Allen, Nathan, 1813-1889 1853 Lowell [MA]
The opium trade; includes a sketch of its history, extent, effects, etc. as carried on in India and China Allen, Nathan 1853 Lowell
The opium traffic between India and China 1881 London
Opium, England's coercive opium policy and its disastrous results in China and India: the spread of opium-smoking in America Liggins, John 1883 New York
Origin and progress of the war between England and China Edmonds, John Worth, 1799-1874 1841 New York
Origin and progress of the war between England and China Edmonds, John W. 1924 Seattle
The other side of the opium question Moore, W.J. 1882 London
Our opium trade with China Mander, Samuel S. 1877 London
Our relation to the opium trade: an address to the secretaries of the English Y.W.C.A.'s delivered by Mrs. Grattan Guinness at Morley Hall, April 23rd, 1891 Guinness, Fanny Emma FitzGerald, 1831-1898 [1891] [London]
The passing of the Indo-Chinese opium trade Singh, Saint Nihal [1913?]
The present state of the opium trade with China 1860 London
Remarks on occurrences in China, since the opium seizure in March 1839, to the latest date, by a resident in China 1840 London
The rise and progress of British opium smuggling Alexander, R., Major-General 1856 London
The rise and progress of British opium smuggling and its effects upon India, China and the commerce of Great Britain: four letters addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftesbury Alexander, Robert, Major-General 1856 London
The rupture with China, and its causes: including the opium question, and other important details, in a letter to Lord Viscount Palmerston by a resident in China 1840 London
Some pros and cons of the opium question, with a few suggestions regarding British claims on China 1840 London
The speech of the Right Hon. Lord Ashley, M.P., the House of Commons Ashley, Right Hon. Lord 1843 London
Substitutes for the opium revenue Alexander, Joseph Gundry, b. 1848 1892 Westminster, London
This memorial is respectfully submitted by the International Reform Bureau, of Washington, D. C., United States, to the governments participating in the Shanghai conference on opium Blair, Henry W.; Power, F.D.; Crafts, Wilbur F. 12 January 1909
The traffic in and the use of opium in our own and other countries. A document by the representative meeting of the yearly meeting of Friends for New England for 1881-1882 New England Yearly Meeting of Friends 1882 Providence
The triple curse: or, the evils of the opium trade on India, China and England Edwards, J. Passmore [1858] London
The use of opium and its bearing on the spread of Christianity in China Moule, A.E., Rev 1877 Shanghai
A voice from China and India relative to the evils of the cultivation and smuggling of opium: in four letters to the Hon. Lord John Russell Peggs, James 1846 London
What can be done to suppress the opium trade Groser, William 1840 London