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" ... great trade. This great work is seen scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills of the country, which have along this coast a most desolate appearance. Some of the party who went in-shore in the steamer to within two miles... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 22
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The Chinese Repository, Nide 10

1841
...generally supposed, but at a large town, apparently a place a great trade. This great work is seen scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills...have along this coast a most desolate appearance. Some of the party who went in-shore in the steamer to within two miles' distance, made the discovery...

Six Months with the Chinese Expedition: Or, Leaves from a Soldier's Note-book

Robert Jocelyn Jocelyn (Viscount) - 1841 - 155 sivua
...generally supposed, but at a large town, apparently a place of great trade. This great work is seen scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills...have along this coast a most desolate appearance. Some of the party who went in-shore in the steamer to within two miles' distance, made the discovery...

China, in a Series of Views, Displaying the Scenery, Architecture ..., Nide 1

Thomas Allom - 1843
...generally supposed, but at a large town apparently a place of great trade. This great work is seen scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills...have along this coast a most desolate appearance. Some of the party who went in-shore in the steamer to within two miles' distance, made the discovery...

DeBow's Review ...: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress ..., Nide 14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1853
...coast of Shanghai-wei, in lat. 40° 4' N. As seen by Lord Jocelyn from the English ships, it appears as " scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills of the country, which have along the coast a most desolate appearance." Before terminating it runs along the shore several miles, and...

the insudtrial resources, etc., of hte southern and western states:embracing ...

j.d.b. be bow - 1853
...coast of Shanghai-wei, in lat. 40° 4' N. As seen by Lord Jocelyn from the English ships, it appears as " scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills of the country, which have along the coast a most desolate appearance." Before terminating it runs along the shore several miles, and...

De Bow's New Orleans Monthly Review, Nide 14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, William MacCreary Burwell - 1853
...coast of Shanghai-wei, in lat. 40° 4' N. As seen by Lord Jocelyn from the English ships, it appears as " scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills of the country, which have along the coast a most desolate appearance." Before terminating it runs along the shore several miles, and...

De Bow's Review, Nide 14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1853
...coast of Shanghai-wei, in lat. 40° 4' N. As seen by Lord Jocelyn from the English ships, it appears as '' scaling the precipices and topping the craggy hills of the country, which have along the coast a most desolate appearance." Before terminating it runs along the shore several miles, and...

The illustrated boy's own treasury

Illustrated boy's own treasury - 1860
...course, and which is described as a place of considerable trade : the gate here is called Shanhai k^van, or Hill-sea barrier. Lord Jocelyn describes it, when...old frontiers of the province of Chihli, and then in Shensi, till it strikes the Yellow River, in latitude 39 j° N., and longitude 111|° E. This is the...




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