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" These sailors are not, usually, men who have been trained up to their occupation ; but wretches, who were obliged to flee from their homes ; and they frequently engage for a voyage, before they have ever been on board a junk. All of them, however stupid,... "
Travels in China, New Zealand, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Cape Horn ... - 第 253 頁
James Holman 著 - 1840 - 519 頁
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected with ..., 第 9 卷

1840
...junk. All of them, however stupid, are commanders; and if any thing of importance is to be done, they bawl out their commands to each other, till all is...performed without the aid of charts, or any other help, except the compass ; it is mere coasting, and the whole art of the pilot consists in directing...
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The Journal of Two Voyages Along the Coast of China, in 1831, & 1832: The ...

Karl Friedrich August Gützlaff - 1833 - 332 頁
...nothing but dry rice, and have to provide for themselves their other fare, which is usually very slender. These sailors are not, usually, men who have been...coasting, and the whole art of the pilot consists iti directing the course according to the promontories in sight. In time of danger, the men immediately...
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The Journal of Two Voyages Along the Coast of China, in 1831, & 1832: The ...

Karl Friedrich August Gützlaff - 1833 - 332 頁
...wretches, who were obliged to flee from their homes ; and they frequently engage for a voyage, before the}' have ever been on board a junk. All of them, however...directing the course according to the promontories in sight. In time of danger, the men immediately lose all their courage ; and their indecision frequently...
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The Chinese Repository, 第 1 卷

1833
...importance is to be done, they will bawl out their commands to each other, till all is utter coufusion. There is no subordination, no cleanliness, no mutual...directing the course according to the promontories in sight. In time of danger, the men immediately lose all courage ; and their indecision frequently...
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The Calcutta Christian Observer, 第 2 卷

1833
...commanders ; and ifanv thing of importance is to be done, they will bawl out their commands to eacb other till all is utter confusion. There is no subordination, no cleanliness, no mutual regard or interest (To be continued.) EUROPE. PUBLIC MEETING AT EXETER HALL. On Wednesday, August 15th, a public meeting...
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Journal of Three Voyages Along the Coast of China, in 1831, 1832, & 1833 ...

Karl Friedrich August Gützlaff - 1834 - 450 頁
...nothing but dry rice, and have to provide for themselves their other fare, which is usually very slender. These sailors are not, usually, men who have been...directing the course according to the promontories in sight. In time of danger, the men immediately lose all their courage ; and their indecision frequently...
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Journal of Three Voyages Along the Coast of China, in 1831, 1832, & 1833 ...

Karl Friedrich August Gützlaff - 1834 - 450 頁
...wretches, who were obliged to flee from their homes ; and they frequently engage for a IDOLATROUS RITES. 57 voyage, before they have ever been on board a junk....directing the course according to the promontories in sight. In time of danger, the men immediately lose all their courage ; and their indecision frequently...
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The Quarterly Review, 第 51 卷

1834
...they have ever been on board a junk. All of them, however stupid, are commanders ; and if anything of importance is to be done, they •will bawl out...subordination, no cleanliness, no mutual regard or interest.' — pp. 54-57. Though the Chinese are in possession of their own original •compass, — the property...
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The Quarterly review, 第 51 卷

1834
...they have ever been on board a junk. All of them, however stupid, are commanders ; and if anything of importance is to be done, they .will bawl out their...subordination, no cleanliness, no mutual regard or interest.' — pp. 54-57. Though the Chinese are in possession of their own original compass, — the property...
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The Malta penny magazine

...junk. All of them, however stupid, are commanders; and if any thing of importance is to be done, they bawl out their commands to each other, till all is...directing the course according to the promontories in sight. In time of danger, the men immediately lose all their courage; and their indecision frequently...
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