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*''Japanese'': [[水野]] 忠徳 ''(Mizuno Tadanori)''
 
*''Japanese'': [[水野]] 忠徳 ''(Mizuno Tadanori)''
  
Mizuno Tadanori was a [[Tokugawa shogunate]] official who served as [[Uraga bugyo|Uraga bugyô]] from [[1852]] to [[1853]], when he was reassigned to the position of [[Nagasaki bugyo|Nagasaki bugyô]]. It was as Nagasaki bugyô that he signed the [[Anglo-Japanese Convention of 1854]] on behalf of the shogunate, opening the ports of [[Nagasaki]] and [[Hakodate]] to British vessels, as well as granting [[most favored nation status]] and several other provisions to the [[United Kingdom]].  
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Mizuno Tadanori was a [[Tokugawa shogunate]] official who served as [[Uraga bugyo|Uraga bugyô]] from [[1852]] to [[1853]], when he was reassigned to the position of [[Nagasaki bugyo|Nagasaki bugyô]]. He was then named ''[[Kanjo bugyo|Kanjô bugyô]]'' on [[1854]]/12/24, and given responsibility for overseeing the administration of [[Uraga]], [[Shimoda]], [[Nagasaki]], and [[Ezo]].<ref>''Ishin Shiryô Kôyô'', vol. 1, 688.</ref>
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As Nagasaki bugyô, he signed the [[Anglo-Japanese Convention of 1854]] on behalf of the shogunate, opening the ports of [[Nagasaki]] and [[Hakodate]] to British vessels, as well as granting [[most favored nation status]] and several other provisions to the [[United Kingdom]].  
  
 
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*Mitani Hiroshi, David Noble (trans.), ''Escape from Impasse'', International House of Japan (2006), 222-232.  
 
*Mitani Hiroshi, David Noble (trans.), ''Escape from Impasse'', International House of Japan (2006), 222-232.  
 
*''Ishin Shiryô Kôyô'' 維新史料綱要, vol 1, University of Tokyo Shiryôhensanjo (1937), 354, 410.
 
*''Ishin Shiryô Kôyô'' 維新史料綱要, vol 1, University of Tokyo Shiryôhensanjo (1937), 354, 410.
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Revision as of 20:53, 12 February 2020

  • Other Names: 水野忠篤 (Mizuno Tadaatsu)
  • Japanese: 水野 忠徳 (Mizuno Tadanori)

Mizuno Tadanori was a Tokugawa shogunate official who served as Uraga bugyô from 1852 to 1853, when he was reassigned to the position of Nagasaki bugyô. He was then named Kanjô bugyô on 1854/12/24, and given responsibility for overseeing the administration of Uraga, Shimoda, Nagasaki, and Ezo.[1]

As Nagasaki bugyô, he signed the Anglo-Japanese Convention of 1854 on behalf of the shogunate, opening the ports of Nagasaki and Hakodate to British vessels, as well as granting most favored nation status and several other provisions to the United Kingdom.

References

  • Mitani Hiroshi, David Noble (trans.), Escape from Impasse, International House of Japan (2006), 222-232.
  • Ishin Shiryô Kôyô 維新史料綱要, vol 1, University of Tokyo Shiryôhensanjo (1937), 354, 410.
  1. Ishin Shiryô Kôyô, vol. 1, 688.
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