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" So great was the covetousness of the Dutch, and so strong the alluring power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous) they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is... "
China, During the War and Since the Peace - 第 268 頁
Sir John Francis Davis 著 - 1852
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History of the Indian Archipelago: Containing an Account of the ..., 第 3 卷

John Crawfurd - 1820
...The Dutch have not now even the excuse which they had in the time of Ksempfer, when he tells us, " So great was the covetousness of the Dutch, and so great the alluring power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade, indeed most advantageous,...
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The Chinese Repository, 第 3 卷

1835
...wne entirely to the satisfaction of the Japanese.' And the historian . adds, on the sume subject: ' so great was the covetousness of the Dutch« and so...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit (heir prospect of trade, they willingly underwent nu almost perpetrm) imprisonment, (for such in fact...
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Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical, from the Earliest Period at ...

Charles MacFarlane - 1852 - 435 頁
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous) they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our residence at Desima, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be...
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Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical, from the Earliest Period at ...

Charles MacFarlane - 1852 - 435 頁
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous) they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our residence at Desima, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be...
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JAPAN: AN ACCOUNT, GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL, FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD AT ...

CHARLES MAC FARLANE, ESQ - 1852
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous) they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our residence at Desima, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be...
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The Living Age ..., 第 35 卷

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1852
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous), they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our residence at Desinm, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be...
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The Christian Remembrancer, 第 24 卷

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - 1852
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade, (indeed most advantageous,) they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our residence at Desima, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be...
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Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical

Charles MacFarlane - 1856 - 365 頁
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous) they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our residence at Desima, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be...
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Japan Opened: Compiled Chiefly from the Narrative of the American Expedition ...

Matthew Calbraith Perry - 1858 - 296 頁
...so strong the alluring power of Japanese gold, that rather than quit the prospect of an advantageous trade, they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment — for such, in fact, is our residence at Dezima — and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country ; to...
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Narrative of the Earl of Elgin's Mission to China and Japan in the ..., 第 2 卷

Laurence Oliphant - 1859
...power of the Japanese gold, that, rather than quit the prospect of a trade (indeed most advantageous), they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment — for such, in fact, is our residence in Decima ; and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country — to...
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