Author:Samuel Wells Williams

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Samuel Williams
(1812–1884)
U. S. linguist, diplomat, missionary and scholar in China
Samuel Williams

Works[edit]

  • Narrative Of A Voyage Of The Ship Morrison Captain D. Ingersoll, To Lewchew And Japan, In The Months of July and August (1837)
  • Elijah Coleman Bridgman, Samuel Wells Williams, The Chinese repository, Volume 11. CANTON: Printed for the proprietors. (1842)
  • Easy lessons in Chinese: or progressive exercises to facilitate the study of that language: especially adapted to the Canton dialect. (1842) (External scan)
  • English & Chinese vocabulary in the court dialect (1844)
  • Samuel Wells Williams, John William Orr, The Middle Kingdom: a survey of the geography, government, education, social life, arts, and history of the Chinese Empire and its inhabitants, 2 volumes (New York; Scribner's 1882; first edition New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1848) (External scan)
  • Account of a Japanese romance (1849) (External scan)
  • Ying wá fan wan ts'üt iú: A tonic dictionary of the Chinese language in the Canton dialect. (1856) (External scan)
  • The Chinese commercial guide (1856) (External scan)
  • A syllabic dictionary of the Chinese language: arranged according to the Wu-fang Yuen Yin, with the pronunciation of the characters as heard in Peking, Canton, Amoy, and Shanghai (1874, 1879, 1889) (External scan)
  • Chinese Immigration (1879)
  • A History Of China Being The Historical Chapters From "The Middle Kingdom" (1897)
  • A journal of the Perry expedition to Japan (1910) (External scan)


Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.