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" With a general regard for outward decency, they are vile and polluted in a shocking degree, their conversation is full of filthy expressions, and their lives of impure acts. "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 92
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The New Englander

1849
...to do with their security and progress. " When however these traits have been mentioned, the Chinese are still more left without excuse for their wickedness,...filthy expressions, and their lives of impure acts. " More uneradicable than the sins of the flesh is the falsity of the Chinese, and its attendant sin...

New Englander and Yale Review, Nide 33

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1874
...better traits of Chinese character, such as peaceableness, industry, and good order, Mr. Williams says: "With a general regard for outward decency, they are...in a shocking degree, their conversation is full of impure expressions, and their lives of impure acts." "More noticeable than the sins of the flesh is...

The Triumphs of the Cross ...

Edward Payson Tenney - 1895 - 686 sivua
...Professor S. Wells Williams. But he also says in respect to domestic vice among the Chinese, that,— "with a general regard for outward decency, they are vile and polluted in a shocking degree." 2 This, however, is merely another way of saying that, in moral evolution, the Chinamen at home —...

The Triumphs of the Cross ...

Edward Payson Tenney - 1895 - 686 sivua
...Professor S. Wells Williams. But he also says in respect to domestic vice among the Chinese, that, — "with a general regard for outward decency, they are vile and polluted in a shocking degree."2 This, however, is merely another way of saying that, in moral evolution, the Chinamen at...

Taking Christianity to China: Alabama Missionaries in the Middle Kingdom ...

Wayne Flynt, Gerald W. Berkley - 1997 - 424 sivua
...writing in 1968 noted the unfavorable descriptions of the Chinese penned by one missionary: "The Chinese are vile and polluted in a shocking degree: their...filthy expressions and their lives of impure acts. . . . The universal practice of lying and dishonest dealings; the unblushing lewdness of old and young;...
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The Chinese at Home and Abroad

Willard B. Farwell - 1885 - 232 sivua
...their virtues, he proceeds as follows : " When, however, these traits have been mentioned, the Chinese are still more left without excuse for their wickedness,...brothels and their inmates occur everywhere on land and water. One danger attending young girls going abroad alone is that they will be stolen for incarceration...

New Englander and Yale Review, Nide 7

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1849
...to do with their security and progress. " When however these traits have been mentioned, the Chinese are still more left without excuse for their wickedness,...filthy expressions, and their lives of impure acts. " More uneradicable than the sins of the flesh is the falsity of the Chinese, and its attendant sin...




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