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" ... of a shape less bent than the letter S, about eighteen inches in length, and cut from the jade or yu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of friendship ; but that it had a religious origin seems indicated... "
A Peep at China in Mr. Dunn's Chinese Collection: With Miscellaneous Notices ... - 第 47 頁
Enoch Cobb Wines 著 - 1839 - 103 頁
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The Chinese

sir John Francis Davis (1st bart.) - 1836
...sometimes, for want of a better name, been called a sceptre, is, in fact, an emblem of amity and goodwill, of a shape less bent than the letter S, about eighteen...length, and cut from the jade or yu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of friendship ; but that it had a...
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The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., 第 1 卷

Sir John Francis Davis - 1836
...profound reverence and admiration when they saw it, and knew it was from the great Emperor's own person. The ornament which has sometimes, for want of a better...called a sceptre, is, in fact, an emblem of amity and goodwill, of a shape less bent than the letter S, abouf eighteen inches in length, and cut from the...
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The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., 第 1 卷

John Francis Davis - 1836 - 459 頁
...profound reverence and admiration when they saw it, and knew it was from the great Emperor's own person. The ornament which has sometimes, for want of a better...called a sceptre, is, in fact, an emblem of amity and goodwill, of a shape less bent than the letter S, about eighteen inches in length, and cut from the...
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..."Ten Thousand Chinese Things.": A Descriptive Catalogue of the Chinese ...

Nathan Dunn, William B. Langdon - 1839 - 120 頁
...support a cake of ink. 544. Joo-ee, a sort of staff or sceptre. It is thus described by Mr. Davis : This ornament, which has sometimes, for want of a better...length, and cut from the jade or yu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of friendship ; but that it had a...
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"Ten Thousand Chinese Things.": A Descriptive Catalogue of the Chinese ...

Nathan Dunn - 1839 - 120 頁
...support a cake of ink. 544. Joo-ee, a sort of staff or sceptre. It is thus described by Mr. Davis: This ornament, which has sometimes, for want of a better...length, and cut from the jade or yu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of friendship; but that it had a religious...
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The Chinese: A General Description of China and Its Inhabitants

John Francis Davis - 1840 - 383 頁
...sometimes, for want of a better name, been called a sceptre, is, in fact, an emblem of amity and good-will, of a shape less bent than the letter S, about eighteen inches in length, and cut from the Jade or gu stone. It is called /00-«, "as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of friendship...
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The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., 第 1 卷

John Francis Davis - 1840
...sometimes, for want of a better name, been called a sceptre, is, in fact, an emblem of amity and goodwill, of a shape less bent than the letter S, about eighteen inches in length, and cut from the jade oryu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of friendship...
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The Chinese

John Francis Davis (sir, 1st bart.) - 1840
...sometimes, for want of a better name, been called a sceptre, is, in fact, an emblem of amity and good-will, of a shape less bent than the letter S, about eighteen inches in length, and cut from the jacle or gu stone. It is called joo-ee, "as you wish," and is simply exchanged as a costly mark of...
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Ten Thousand Things Relating to China and the Chinese: An Epitome of the ...

Nathan Dunn, William B. Langdon - 1842 - 265 頁
...that country. 844. Joo-ee, a sort of staff or sceptre. It is thus described by Mr. Davis : — this ornament, which has sometimes, for want of a better...length, and cut from the jade or yu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," or as the phrase is, " Sze Sze, joo-ee," te " Every thing according to (your)...
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"Ten Thousand Chinese Things": A Descriptive Catalogue of the Chinese ...

Nathan Dunn, William B. Langdon - 1842 - 163 頁
...or sceptre. It is thus described by Mr. Davis : — this ornament, which has sometimes, for want of better name, been called a sceptre, is, in fact, an...length, and cut from the jade or yu stone. It is called joo-ee, " as you wish," or as the phrase is, " Sze Sze, joo-ee," ie " Every thing according to (your)...
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