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us: Tongzhi, Emperor of China, 1856-1875


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    • us: Tʻung-chih, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Chʻing Mu-tsung, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Qing Muzong, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Zaichun, 1856-1875
    • us: Tsai-chʻun, 1856-1875
    • us: Yi Huangdi, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: I Huang-Ti, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Tong Zhi, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Zai Chun, 1856-1875
    • us: 同治, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: 清穆宗, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
  • Variants

    • us: Tʻung-chih, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Chʻing Mu-tsung, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Qing Muzong, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Zaichun, 1856-1875
    • us: Tsai-chʻun, 1856-1875
    • us: Yi Huangdi, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: I Huang-Ti, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Tong Zhi, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: Zai Chun, 1856-1875
    • us: 同治, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
    • us: 清穆宗, Emperor of China, 1856-1875
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1856
    • Death Date

        1875
    • HonoraryTitle

        Emperor of China
    • Gender

        male
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      Tʻung-chih, Emperor of China, 1856-1875Tʻung-chih,Emperor of China,1856-1875
  • Sources

    • found: Chʻing tai chʻi chü chu tsʻe. Tʻung-chih chʻao, 1983.
    • found: Enc. Brit. 1982: v. 10 (Tʻung-chih, personal name Tsai-chʻun, canonized as I Huang-Ti, temple name Mu Tsung, b. 4/27/1856, d. 1/12/1875, emperor (reigned 1862-1875) of the Chʻing dynasty)
    • found: LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Chʻing Mu-tsung, Emperor of China, 1856-1875)
    • found: Webster biog. dict., c1943 (Tʻung Chih; personal name Tsai Chʻun; b. 1856, d. 1875; emperor of China, 1862-75; eighth of the Ch'ing (Manchu) dynasty; son of Hsien Fêng and his concubine Yehonala; ruled under regency of his mother and Prince Kung; during his reign Robert Hart began establishment of maritime customs service (1863) and Anson Burlingame and his mission visited China (1868-70))
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