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張元濟序 1934年雙十節商務印書館1934 台灣商務1967/1986 四版
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A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems, 1918 ,
More Translations from the Chinese (Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1919).,
The Temple and Other Poems, 1923,
Sir James Haldane Stewart Lockhart KCMG, LLD (1858–1937) was a British colonial official in Hong Kong and China for more than 40 years. (His name's official Chinese translation is 駱克 (Cantonese: Lok Hak).)
Born in Ardsheal, Argyllshire, Scotland to Anna R. C. Stewart and Miles Lockhart of Lismore, Argyll and grandson fo James Lockhart, Lord of the Manor of Marston and Oving, Buckinghamshire.
Lockhart attended King William's College (1868–72) and the University of Edinburgh and attempted to enter the civil service in British India. Failing to obtain this, Lockhart took a Colonial Service cadetship in Hong Kong in 1878. After joining the Hong Kong Government in 1882, Lockhart rose through the ranks of Hong Kong's civil service, he was Registrar General and Colonial Secretary of Hong Kong, and later became Commissioner of Weihaiwei (1902–1927), the British coastal enclave returned to China in 1930. Lockhart had a more positive relationship with Hong Kong Chinese due to this knowledge of Cantonese and was friends with Ho Kai. Lockhart was made a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong and Executive Council of Hong Kong. In 1889, he married Edith Louise Ridger Hancock and had two children (daughter Mary S. Lockhart). During his office in Weihaiwei, Lockhart became friends with Reginald Johnstone.
Lockhart founded the Hong Kong Football Club in 1886, situated within the Happy Valley Racecourse. The club now plays host to the Hong Kong 7s tournament.
After retiring from the Colonial Service, Lockhart return to Britain. He became an honourary member of the Royal Asiatic Society and member of the School of Oriental Studies at the University of London.
Lockhart was interested in Chinese art and literature, with his own personal collection of the former on display in 1928.
His appointment of CMG was signed by Queen Victoria on May 21, 1898, while his appointment of KCMG was signed by King Edward VII on November 9, 1908. He also received an honourary doctorate from the University of Hong Kong.
Lockhart returned with his family to England and died in London in 1937.
Lockhart Road (駱克道) in Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island is named after him.