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" Nagasaki and the chief interpreter are the only persons who accompany the opperhoefd, and give him the signal of retreat, which, like his entrance, is performed in a very stooping attitude ; so that, although the presence of numbers may be perceived,... "
Manners and Customs of the Japanese, in the Nineteenth Century - 第 125 頁
Philipp Franz von Siebold 著 - 1841 - 423 頁
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Asiatic Journal

1839
...The Governor of Nagasaki and the chief interpreter are the only persons who accompany the opperhoefd, and give him the signal of retreat, which, like his...day. The deputation, leaving the imperial palace, repair to that of the nisnomar, or crown prince, which is described ns finely situated upon a hill,...
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The Chinese Repository, 第 9 卷

1840
...The governor of Nagasaki and the chief interpreter are the only persons who accompany the opperhoofd, and give him the signal of retreat, which, like his...without violating the laws of Japanese courtesy, to look around for what should attract attention or excite curiosity." But if the imperial audience be now...
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Manners and Customs of the Japanese in the Nineteenth Century

Mrs. M. M. Busk - 1841 - 298 頁
...interpreter are the only persons who accompany the opperhoofd; and when the audience is over, they give him the signal of retreat, which, like his entrance,...is performed in a very stooping attitude, so that little more than the bare presence of a number of people is perceived, it being impossible, without...
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The Saturday Magazine, 第 25 卷

1844
...and the chief interpreter are the only persons who accompany the opperlioofd, or president, and they give him the signal of retreat, which, like his entrance,...perceived, it is impossible, without violating the laws 01 Japanese courtesy, to look round for what should attract attention or excite curiosity." This presentation...
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Christian Examiner, 第 20 卷﹔第 55 卷

1853
...Nagasaki and the chief interpreter, are the only persons who accompany the Opperhoofd [President], and give him the signal of» retreat, which, like...entrance, is performed in a very stooping' attitude." The Japanese are eminently a people of ceremony; and all acts, whether of etiquette or what else, are...
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The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany

Alvan Lamson, Ezra Stiles Gannett, George Putnam, George Edward Ellis - 1853
...Nagasaki and the chief interpreter, are the only persons who accompany the Opperhoofd [President], and give him the signal of retreat, which, like his entrance, is performed in a very stooping alii' tude." The Japanese are eminently a people of ceremony; and all acts, whether of etiquette or...
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The Japanese Empire: Its Physical, Political, and Social Condition and ...

S. B. Kemish - 1860 - 303 頁
...express profound veneration by a buzzing sound ; and it is impossible, without violating the laws of courtesy to look round for what should attract attention or excite curiosity ; and the highest possible expression of respect is first to kotoo and then to turn the back. The name...
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