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1) 1895, April 17. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Japan the Pescadores, Taiwan, and the Liaodong peninsula; paid an indemnity of 200 million taels; opened four more treaty ports; negotiated a new commercial treaty...

2) 1895, April 17. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...the Liaodong peninsula in southern Manchuria; China was to pay an indemnity of 200 million taels and to open four more ports to foreign commerce. It was a great humiliation...

3) 1899, Feb. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...of regret, punishment of 96 officials, payment over a period of 40 years of 450 million taels, revision of the tariff to an effective 5 percent, fortification of...

4) The End of General Gordon: Paras. 1-30. Strachey, Lytton. 1918. Eminent Victorians
...speeches about the Wangs. I did not attempt to argue with him . He refused the 10,000 taels, which I had ready for him, and, with an oath, said that he did not want...

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