Author:Robert Morrison

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Robert Morrison
Anglo-Scottish Protestant missionary to Portuguese Macao, Qing-era Guangdong, and Dutch Malacca. A pioneering sinologist, lexicographer, and translator
Robert Morrison


  • Horae Sinicae: Translations from the Popular Literature of the Chinese (1812)
  • Hsin i Chao Shu (1813) (external scan)
  • Translations from the Original Chinese, with Notes (1815)
  • A Grammar of the Chinese Language (1815) (external scan)
  • Urh-chĭh-tsze-tëen-se-yĭn-pe-keáou; being a parallel drawn between the two intended Chinese dictionaries, with Antonio Montucci (external scan)
  • A view of China for philological purposes, containing a sketch of Chinese chronology, geography, government, religion & customs (1817) (external scan)

Works about Morrison[edit]

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