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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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Japan and Her People

Andrew Steinmetz - 1859 - 447 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...
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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 —...
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Narrative of the earl of Elgin's mission to China and Japan in ..., 第 2 卷

Laurence Oliphant - 1860
...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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The Dublin Review, 第 48 卷

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1860
...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 pur residence in Decima ; and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country — to...
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China and Japan: Being a Narrative of the Cruise of the U.S. Steam-frigate ...

James D. Johnston - 1860 - 448 頁
...ourselves within that small island, I should rather say prison, which was built for the Portuguese. So great was the covetousness of the Dutch, and so great the alluring power of the Japanese gold, that rather than to quit the prospect of a trade, indeed most...
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China and Japan: being a narrative of the cruise of the U.S. steam-frigate ...

James D. Johnston - 1861 - 448 頁
...ourselves within that small island, I should rather say prison, which was built for the Portuguese. So great was the covetousness of the Dutch, and so great the alluring power of the Japanese gold, that rather than to quit the prospect of a trade, indeed most...
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Japan in Our Day

1883 - 280 頁
...alluring power of 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 History of Japan, Together with a Description of the Kingdom of ..., 第 2 卷

Engelbert Kaempfer - 1906
...our selves within that small Island, I should rather say, Prison, which was built for the Portuguese. So great was the covetousness of the Dutch, and so great the alluring power of the Japanese gold, that rather than to quit the prospect of a trade, indeed most...
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The History of Japan: Together with a Description of the Kingdom of ..., 第 2 卷

Engelbert Kaempfer, Simon Delboe, Hamond Gibben, William Ramsden - 1906
...power of the Japanese gold, that rather than to quit the prospect of a trade, indeed most advantageous, they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our stay at Desima, and chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to be remiss...
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Japan: A Documentary History, 第 1 卷

David John Lu - 1997 - 668 頁
...power of the Japanese gold that, rather than to quit the prospect of a trade indeed most advantageous, they willingly underwent an almost perpetual imprisonment, for such in fact is our stay at Dejima . . . [they] chose to suffer many hardships in a foreign and heathen country, to...
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