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" This sum, though immense, is not incredible, when the vast extent of the empire is considered, over the various departments of which he had certainly, for many years, a very unusual, and, indeed, almost unbounded influence. "
An Aide-de-camp's Recollections of Service in China: A Residence in Hong ... - 第 278 頁
Sir Arthur Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame 著 - 1844
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Travels of the Russian Mission Through Mongolia to China: And ..., 第 2 卷

Egor Fedorovich Timkovskiĭ - 1827 - 496 頁
...ounces of silver, or about 23,330,00(W. sterling value in bullion or gems, was found in his treasury. This sum, though immense, is not incredible, when...certainly for many years a very unusual, and indeed almost an unbounded influence. January 3d. — We visited to-day the shops of the merchants, situated, for...
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Miscellaneous Notices Relating to China: And Our Commercial ..., 第 2 篇

Sir George Thomas Staunton - 1828 - 482 頁
...ounces of silver, or about 23,330,000/. sterling value in bullion or gems, was found in his treasury. This sum, though immense, is not incredible, when...certainly for many years, a very unusual, and indeed an almost unbounded influence. A discovery of the real character of the favourite was, however, it...
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The Chinese Repository, 第 3 卷

1835
...value in bullion or gems, were found in his treasury." " This sun>," observes sir George Staunton, "though immense is not incredible, when the vast extent...unusual,, and indeed almost unbounded influence," Ант. II. Propagation of tue gospel in China; little progrès* hitherto made ; difficulties to be...
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An aide-de-camp's recollections of service in China, a residence in Hong ...

Arthur Augustus T. Cunynghame (sir.) - 1853
...about 23,330,000/. sterling value, in bullion and gems, were found in his BOARD OF PUNISHMENT. 161 treasury; upon which Sir G. Staunton gives the following...unusual, and, indeed, almost unbounded influence.' The emperor Taou-kwang, as a means of recruiting his treasury, has lately increased the sale of government...
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