The Emori Ueki Collection (about 680 volumes)

The collection was established in 1893 with the gift of the book collection of Emori Ueki (1857-1892), an activist in a Japanese civil rights movement (Jiyu Minken Undo) through the offices of Masaine Hamada and Michie Adachi. The collection features books related to politics and law published in the early Meiji Period, such as “Risshisha Shimatsukiyo” (brief history of Risshisha), “Ho Riron” (Japanese translation of “Philosophie de droit” by William Belime), “Kokken Hanron” (general discussion of the national constitution, written by Azusa Ono), and “Taisei Kokuho Ron” (Japanese translation of Simon Vissering’s lecture).
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rissisha Shimatsu Kiyou
jinkokuki
hyakumonogatari
Zenan Zuihitsu
Fuji Ichiranki
Yago Jutsusetsu
Fuso Mogyu
Bunwa
Toshi Kaii
Seiyo Oshiegusa