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Since the 1950s not a few discoveries have been made of materials concerning the Chinese Reform Movement of 1898 (Wushu-Pienfa 戊戍變法) and even a few well arranged collections of such materials have been published, resulting in a considerable progress in the study of this Movement. However, this does not mean that there is no more material left yet to be discovered, nor precludes the need to make use anew of those materials that have not been fully paid heed to. In the present paper, this writer has tried to introduce, and give interpretation to, a part of such materials as he uncovered or thought worthy of new evaluation, from among those concerning the Movement he had examined in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, etc. in 1968. The writer uncovered in Chu-i-ch'u-chi(居易初集)by Ching Yuan-san(經元善) two pieces of writing, which will be quite helpful in understanding the circumstances and state of affairs at the time of the organizing of Ch'iang-hsue-huei(强學會) of Shanghai; corrected the date of presentation of Yuan Ch'ang's(袁昶) memorial to the Emperor, upon study of Yu-hu Wen-lu(于湖文錄) by Yuan Ch'ang; and introduced the part of Yuan Ch'ang's memorial that had been omitted in its introduction theretofore. The writer also uncovered materials, which would add new facts to the biography of K'ang Yu-wei(康有爲), by means of examining the earlier edition of his first memorial to the Emperor(上今上皇帝第一書); uncovered a piece of writing which would shed light on the relationships of Sheng Yu(盛昱)and K'ang Yu-wei in the former's Iyuan Wenlioh(意園文略); uncovered a fact helpful in understanding the earlier activities of K'ang Yu-wei, through comparision of an appeal in T'u-kuang-lu-su-kao(屠光祿疏稿) by T'u Jen-shou(屠仁守)with the text of the memorial drawn up for T'u, included in K'ang Yu-wei's Chiu-shih-ch'u-yen(救時芻言). This writer's new discoveries include the following three materials: Godan Setsuryaku(晤談節略), which covers the hand-written text of the conversation that Hirobumi Ito of Japan had with the Chinese grand ministers during his visit to Peiping in 1898; two epistles sent by Jung Lu(榮祿) to Ito after the latter's return from China; the report on the Chinese Reform Movement of 1898 by Takeshi Nakajima, who had been on the team of Japanese consulate in Peiping. This writer has in this paper introduced the parts regarded as important of these discoveries and tried to evaluate them as materials, for study of Reform Movement.