porcelain to Britain in return gets poison. The letter was never delivered since the British foreign ministry decided to keep it.
46. Charles Elliot’s guarantee-British naval officer, diplomat, and colonial administrator. He became the first administrator of Hong Kong in 1841 while serving as both Plenipotentiary and Chief Superintendent of British Trade in China. He was a key founder in the establishmentof Hong Kong as a British colonytold british merchants they would get compensated for opium given up to chinese47. Treaty of Nanjing 1842-Signed on August 29 1842 to mark the end of the first Opium War. Signed between England, Ireland, and Qing Dynasty of China. First of what the Chinese called unequal treaties because British had no obligations in return.Use of force to "bail out" opium merchantsBritish steamers vs. Chinese junts
49. Extraterritoriality-British citizens were still under British law in China. If they