Imperial Inspector Minister


Imperial Inspector Minister

Imperial Inspector Minister 欽差大臣 was an eminent official or military general that represent emperor of the late Ming dynasty and Qing Dynasty in China and Russia,it does not belong to regular official system that must take care for some very important events in the empire, so his power just only below the emperor often, even could command viceroys and governors of province by represent emperor.

Functions

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Negotiate with foreign argues(Ex:1838 Lin Zexu. Qishan (Qing Dynasty). Shen Baozhen) ;nations concluded treaty(Ex:Qiying. Yixin, 1st Prince Gong. Li Hongzhang);

led and united local governments aid for natural disaster in large area.

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Transport emperor will directed war(Ex:Tan Lun. Hong Chengchou. Xiang Rong. 1875 Zuo Zongtang. 1911 Yuan Shikai);

To worship (Ex:1564 Yan Song (Ming Dynasty));

List of Ministers (middle and late Ming dynasty)

Especially the Imperial Inspector Minister own a sword given from Emperor

1555 Tan Lun(譚綸) against Wokou

1564 Yan Song (Ming Dynasty)

1640 Hong Chengchou against the Qing

List of Ministers (late Qing)

1838 Lin Zexu

1840 Qishan (Qing Dynasty)

1842 Qiying

1850 Lin Zexu against Taiping Rebellion

1852 Ye Mingchen

1852 Xiang Rong(向榮)

1858 Qiying

1860 Yixin, 1st Prince Gong

1871 Shen Baozhen

1875 Zuo Zongtang

1885 Zuo Zongtang

1895 Li Hongzhang

1896 Li Hongzhang

1911 Zhao Erxun

1911 Yuan Shikai

British Empire

1860 James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin

Japan Empire

1896 Itō Hirobumi

See also

*The Government Inspector
*United States Secretary of State


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