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Thomas Franciscus Wade

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Nativitas: 25 Augusti 1818; Londinium
Obitus: 31 Iulii 1895; Cantabrigia
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum


Coniunx: Amelia Herschel
Proles: Harry Amyas Leigh Herschel Wade

Thomas Francis Wade (natus Londinii die 25 Augusti 1818; mortuus Cantabrigiae die 1 Augusti 1895)[1] fuit legatus Britannorum ad Imperium Sinense, interpres, Sinologus et professor linguae Sinicae in Universitate Cantabrigiensi. Alumnus fuit scholae Harrovianae et deinde Collegii Trinitatis apud Cantabrigienses. Creavit systema transscribendi a scriptura Sinica ad Latinam, quod systema, postea ab Herberto Allen Giles emendatum, sub appellatione Wade–Giles etiam hodie cognoscitur.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1850 : Note on the Condition and Government of the Chinese Empire in 1849. Hongcongi Citatio[nexus deficit]
  • 1850 (interpres) : Japan; a chapter from the ... Hái kwoh t'ú chí; or, Illustrated notice of countries beyond the sea. Hongcongi: China Mail Citatio
  • 1851 : The Chinese army: containing notices of its Bannermen, Hánkiun, and Luhying divisions, with details respecting their organization, locations, pay, efficiency, &c. Canton Citatio
  • 1859 : The Hsin chin lu, or, Book of experiments: being the first of a series of contributions to the study of Chinese. Hongcongi: China Mail Textus apud archive.org
  • 1859 : The Peking Syllabary; being a collection of the characters representing the dialect of Peking; arranged after a new orthography in syllabic classes, according to the four tones. Designed to accompany the Hsin Ching Lu, or Book of Experiments. Hongcongi Citatio[nexus deficit]
  • 1867 : Yü-yen tzŭ-erh chi, a progressive course designed to assist the student of colloquial Chinese, as spoken in the capital and the metropolitan department : in eight parts, with key, syllabary, and writing exercises. Londinii: Trübner
  • 1867 : Wên-chien tzŭ-erh chi. Key to the Tzŭ erh chi. Documentary series. Londinii: Trübner Editio 1905
  • 1869 (interpres) : The Lun yü: being utterances of Kung Tzu, known to the western world as Confucius. Hertfordiae Citatio huius operis
  • 1871 : Despatches from Mr. Wade and vice-admiral Kellett respecting the state of affairs in China (documentum parlamenti Britannici)
  • 1886 (cum Walter Caine Hillier) : Yü yen tzu erh chu: a progressive course designed to assist the student of colloquial Chinese. 2a ed. Sciamhaevi: Statistical Department of the Inspectorate General of Customs Editionis 1903 vol. 1 vol. 2

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ita ACAD; die 31 Iulii 1895 mortuus secundum DNB

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • P. D. Coates, The China consuls: British consular officers, 1843–1943. Hongcongi: Oxford University Press, 1988
  • James C. Cooley, T.F. Wade in China: pioneer in global diplomacy 1842-1882. Lugduni Batavorum: Brill, 1981. ISBN 90-04-06198-3 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • Henri Cordier, "Thomas Francis Wade" in T'oung Pao vol. 6 (1895) pp. 407-412 JSTOR
  • Robert Kennaway Douglas, "Wade, Thomas Francis" in Dictionary of National Biography edd. Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee. 63 voll., 3 voll. suppl. (Londinii, 1885-1901 ~)
  • J. K. Fairbank, K. F. Bruner, E. M. Matheson, edd., The I.G. in Peking: letters of Robert Hart, 1868–1907. Cantabrigiae Massachusettensium: Harvard University Press, 1975
  • Herbert A. Giles, A Catalogue of the Wade Collection of Chinese and Manchu Books in the Library of the University of Cambridge. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1898 Textus apud archive.org
  • J. Hevia, "An Imperial Nomad and the Great Game: Thomas Francis Wade in China" in Late Imperial China vol. 16 no. 2 (1995) pp. 1–22 MUSE
  • H. B. Morse, The International Relations of the Chinese Empire. 3 voll. Londinii: Longmans, 1910-1918 Vol. 1 2 3
  • Paul Sinclair, "Thomas Wade's "Yü yen tzŭ êrh chi" and the Chinese Language Textbooks of Meiji-Era Japan" in Asia Major 3a ser. vol. 16 (2003) pp. 147-174 JSTOR
  • Roel Sterckx, In the Fields of Shennong: An inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Cambridge on 30 September 2008 to mark the establishment of the Joseph Needham Professorship of Chinese History, Science and Civilization. Cantabrigiae: Needham Research Institute, 2008. ISBN 0-9546771-1-0
  • Hans J. van de Ven, "Wade, Sir Thomas Francis (1818–1895)[nexus deficit]" in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography edd. H. C. G. Matthew, Brian Harrison (Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2004) Situs venalis

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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