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" I can love none but my slain master. I owe you gratitude; but you caused Prince Feki's death, and never can I look upon you without wishing to kill you. My best way to avoid such ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you... "
Manners and Customs of the Japanese in the Nineteenth Century - 第 242 頁
由 編輯 - 1841 - 298 頁
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Manners and Customs of the Japanese, in the Nineteenth Century

Philipp Franz von Siebold - 1841 - 423 頁
...ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more ; and thus do I insure it." As he spoke, he tore out his eyes and presented...alike to the mikado and to the temple lords at Yedo. Sinsyu is now divided into two principal sects. Of these, the Yuitz profess themselves strictly orthodox,...
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Manners and Customs of the Japanese, in the Nineteenth Century

Philipp Franz von Siebold - 1841 - 423 頁
...ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more ; and thus do I insure it." As he spoke, he tore out his eyes and presented...subject alike to the mikado and to the temple lords at Ye do. Sinsyu is now divided into two principal sects. Of these, the Yuitz profess themselves strictly...
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Manners and Customs of the Japanese, in the Nineteenth Century

Philipp Franz von Siebold - 1841 - 423 頁
...ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more ; and thus do I insure it." As he spoke, he tore out his eyes and presented...where he founded the second order of the blind, the Fckisado. The superiors of these orders reside at Miyako, and appear to be subject alike to the mikado...
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The Chinese Repository, 第 10 卷

1841
...such ingratitude, to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to fee you more ; and thus do I insure it." As he spoke, he tore out his eyes and presented them to Yoritopio on a salver. The prince, struck with admiration, released him ; and Kakekigo withdrew into...
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The Japan Expedition: Japan and Around the World; an Account of Three Visits ...

J. Willett Spalding - 1855 - 377 頁
...ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more ; and thus do I insure it." He tore out his eyes, and presented them to Yoritomo...prince, struck with admiration, released him ; and in retirement A VIEW FROM HAKODADI YAM A. 305 Kakekigo founded the second order of the blind, called...
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Yedo and Peking: A Narrative of a Journey to the Capitals of Japan and China

Robert Fortune - 1863 - 395 頁
...you more, and thus do I insure it." As he spoke he tore out his eyes, and presented them to Yuritomo on a salver. The Prince, struck with admiration, released him; and Kakekigo withdrew into retirement, and founded the second order of the blind. Yuritomo's tomb is placed near the base of a hill in a charming...
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Yedo and Peking: A Narrative of a Journey to the Capitals of Japan and China

Robert Fortune - 1863 - 395 頁
...ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more, and thus do I insure it." As he spoke he tore out his eyes, and presented them to Yuritomo on a salver. The Prince, struck with admiration, released him ; and Kakekigo withdrew into...
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Yedo and Peking: A Narrative of a Journey to the Capitals of Japan and China

Robert Fortune - 1863 - 395 頁
...ingratitude, and to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more, and thus do I insure it." As he spoke he tore out his eyes, and presented them to Yuritomo on a salver. The Prince, struck with admiration, released him ; and Kakekigo withdrew into...
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The Chinese and Japanese Repository, 第 1 卷

1864
...such ingratitude, to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more ; and thus do I insure it." As he spoke, he tore out his eyes and presented them to Yoritoino on a salver. The prince, struck with admiration, released him ; and Kakekigo withdrew into...
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Asiatic Journal

1840
...to reconcile my conflicting duties, is never to see you more ; and thus do I insure it. As bespoke, he tore out his eyes and presented them to Yoritomo...superiors of these orders reside at Miyako, and appear to he subject alike to the miicad and to the temple lords at Yedo. Sinsyu is now divided into two principal...
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