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" ... defeated them ; but, on the contrary, saluted us after the fashion of the country, and even went so far as to lower lights from the walls for our cigars, upon being requested to do so. Having passed through two small suburb towns, each at a gate of... "
An Aide-de-camp's Recollections of Service in China: A Residence in Hong ... - 第 241 頁
Sir Arthur Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame 著 - 1844
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An aide-de-camp's recollections of service in China, a residence in Hong ...

Arthur Augustus T. Cunynghame (sir.) - 1853
...so. Having passed through two small suburb towns, each at a gate of the city, and having followed the course of a large canal, which in many places runs...which now surrounded us can scarcely be imagined, all showing the greatest astonishment at our approach ; nor is this in the smallest degree to be wondered...
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The Lost Solar System of the Ancients Discovered, 第 2 卷

John Wilson (writer in astronomy.) - 1856
...population of Nankin to exceed 1,000,000. In going from the city to the Porcelain Pagoda he followed the course of a large canal, which in many places runs...walls, forming a ditch of immense magnitude and depth. At a rough calculation he makes the height of the tower, from the base to the golden pear-shaped ball...
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The lost solar system of the ancients discovered. [With] Appendix

John Wilson (writer on astronomy.) - 1856
...population of Nankin to exceed 1,000,000. In going from the city to the Porcelain Pagoda he followed the course of a large canal, which in many places runs...walls, forming a ditch of immense magnitude and depth. At a rough calculation he makes the height of the tower, from the base to the golden pear-shaped ball...
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The Lost Solar System of the Ancients Discovered, 第 2 卷

John Wilson (writer in astronomy.) - 1856
...1,000,000. In going from the city to the Porcelain Pagoda he followed the course of a large c;inal, which in many places runs close under the walls, forming a ditch of immense magnitude and depth. At a rough calculation he makes the height of the tower, from the base to the golden pear-shaped ball...
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