6 edition of The Private Correspondence of Isaac Titsingh, Volume 1 (1785-1811) (Japonica Neerlandica) found in the catalog.
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van Boetzelaer, book I, volume I (‘s –Gravenhage ), xvii. The private Correspondence of Isaac Titsingh. 2 volumes, Amsterdam: Japonica Neelandica, “Private money for Company trade. The role of the bills of exchange in financing the. Among the several Masons that sent their regrets at not being able to attend the St. John s Day festivities in Calcutta that evening was the øGovernor of Chinsurah, Brother Titsingh.Ó 2 This was Isaac Titsingh, the Dutch East India Company director who had previously been stationed at Deshima in Japan and Batavia (Jakarta) and would.
TITSINGH, Isaac. The private correspondence of Isaac Titsingh. () - (). Introduced and edited by Frank Lequin. Amsterdam, J.C. Gieben, 2 volumes. Cloth. With 41 plates. XLIX,XXVII, pp. Isaac Titsingh () was Director of the VOC in Japan, where he was detached to the island of Deshima. [Boeknr.: ] € 95, Read the full-text online edition of Shakespeare Rediscovered by Means of Public Records: Secret Reports & Private Correspondence Newly Set Forth as Evidence on His Life & Work (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Shakespeare Rediscovered by Means of Public.
IN COMMEMORATION OF THE th ANNIVERSARY OF EXCHANGE BETWEEN JAPAN AND THE NETHERLANDS - GATEWAYS OF FOREIGN CULTURE - LEIDEN, NAGASAKI AND EDO. THE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE OF ISAAC TITSINGH. Vol. 1: () xlix + pp.; 8 b/w plates, index. Series: Japonica Neerlandica Volume IV. Titsingh Studies 1. Amsterdam, Cloth. Abstract. Isaac Titsingh was the son of Albertus Titsingh and his second wife, Catharina Bitter. He must have been born at Amsterdam at the end of , or early in the following year, judging from the fact that his baptism at the Amstelkerk in that city is recorded as having taken place on the 21st of January, Cited by: 1.
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2) (): Frank Lequin: BooksCited by: Isaac Titsingh FRS (c. January in Amsterdam – 2 February in Paris) was a Dutch scholar, merchant-trader and ambassador.
During a long career in East Asia, Titsingh was a senior official of the Dutch East India Company (Dutch: Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC)).He represented the European trading company in exclusive official contact with Tokugawa Japan, traveling to Edo.
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Isaac Titsingh was intermittently head of the Japan factory (trading station) of the Dutch East India Company He was a career merchant, but unusual in having a classical education and training as a physician. His impact in Japan was enormous, but he left disappointed in the ability of the country to embrace change.
After many years in Java, India and China, he came to London, and then. At Dejima Island in Japan, Titsingh was the head of the Dutch East India Company(Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or "VOC" in Dutch) during–, and In these years, the Japanese policy of seclusion of isolation limited all contact with this highly-controlled context, the VOC traders became the sole official conduit for trade and for scientific.
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Nihon Ōdai Ichiran (日本王代一覧, Nihon ōdai ichiran), The Table of the Rulers of Japan, is a 17th-century chronicle of the serial reigns of Japanese emperors with brief notes about some of the noteworthy events or other happenings.
 Contents. Prepared under the patronage of the tairō Sakai Tadakatsu. The Transfer of Learning: The Import of Chinese and Dutch Books in Togukawa Japan - Volume 37 Issue 3 - W.
J. BootCited by: 1.Private Correspondence of Isaac Titsingh, Vol. I, p.Letter No. (not page number, but letter number -- pagination is continuous across the two volumes); see also An'ei for a congruent excerpt in another letter from Titsingh to Marsden.
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