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" Emperor he described how he had braved the hottest of the fight " on the battle-field, where cannon balls innumerable, flying in awful confusion through the expanse of Heaven, fell before, behind, and on either side of him, while in the distance he saw... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 515
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The Chinese Repository, Niteet 11–15

1842
...tell his ma,--- '•'• how lir h;i'l brnvvl Uir IwiirM ol ihr fin In. " »\\ ihr li:iiilr; fii-ld where cannon-balls innumerable, flying in awful confusion...onset was in vain, and a retreat became inevitable." The memorial as it comes us, is without date ; but must have been written shortly after the occurrences...

The Chinese Repository, Nide 11;Nide 19

1842
...br;ivf?i| ihr hoi u» of ih<- Г|д1и '»и ''и- k-inln lirU 451) .¡нагни! of Оеемтлсчwhere cannon-balls innumerable, flying in awful confusion...rebels, standing erect, lofty as the mountains. The ñerce daring of the rebels was inconceivable. Officers and men fell at their posts. Every effort to...

The Opium Question and the Northern Campaigns: Including Notices of Some ...

Gideon Nye - 1875 - 68 sivua
...his ground at the forts below Shanghae, where — as he reported to the Emperor — " cannon balls innumerable, flying in " awful confusion through the...rebels standing erect, lofty " as the mountains": — was at first impracticable and began to haggle over the sum, tendering about one ninth ; but soon,...

The Foreigner in China

Lucius N. Wheeler - 1881 - 268 sivua
...behind, and on either side, while in the distance he saw the ships of the rebels standing erect, lofty as mountains. The fierce daring of the rebels was inconceivable;...onset was in vain, and a retreat became inevitable." General Chin, who was in immediate command, displayed the greatest heroism, until, covered with wounds,...

Historical Tales, the Romance of Reality: Japan and China

Charles Morris - 1904 - 353 sivua
...on every side, while in the distance were visible the ships of the rebels standing erect, lofty as mountains. The fierce daring of the rebels was inconceivable...and men fell at their posts. Every effort to resist the onset was in vain, and a retreat became inevitable." The result was the capture of Shanghai. The...

The Chinese Repository, Nide 11

1842
...cnre, however, to tell his master how he had braved the hottest of the fight "on the battle-field, where cannon-balls innumerable, flying in awful confusion...rebels, standing erect, lofty as the mountains. The tierce daring of the rebels was inconceivable. Officers and men fell at their posts. Every effort to...




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