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China, During the War and Since the Peace - 第 270 頁
Sir John Francis Davis 著 - 1852
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Quedah, A Cruise in Japanese Waters, The Fight on the Peiho

Sherard Osborn - 1865 - 535 頁
...island of Decima. In 1637 the great interdict was published, of which one paragraph runs thus : — " No Japanese ship or boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country; and who acts contrary to this shall be put to death, and the ship and goods shall be forfeited ; and...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 第 222 卷

1867
...religion can be gathered than from tit language of the decree then promulgated, viz. : — " No Japanes ship or boat whatever, nor any native of Japan shall presume to g out of the country. Whoever shall act contrary to this decree. die, and the ship with the crew and...
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Keramic art of Japan, by G.A. Audsley and J.L. Bowes

George Ashdown Audsley - 1881
...we here give in Kaempfer's words : — " To Sakaki Barra Findano Cami and to Baba Sabray Sejimon. " No Japanese ship, or boat whatever, nor any native...of " Japan, shall presume to go out of the country : who acts " contrary to this shall die, and the ship, with the crew " and goods aboard, shall be sequestered...
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Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law

1902
...native Japanese were forbidden on pain of death to leave the country. The edict runs as follows: * "No Japanese ship or boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country; whoso acts contrary to this shall die, and the ship with the crew and the goods shall be sequestered...
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The Past and Present of Japanese Commerce, 第 41-43 期

Eitarō Kinoshita - 1902 - 164 頁
...native Japanese were forbidden on pain of death to leave the country. The edict runs as follows : ' "No Japanese ship or boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country; whoso acts contrary to this shall die, and the ship with the crew and the goods shall be sequestered...
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The International Position of Japan as a Great Power, 第 24 卷

Seiji George Hishida - 1905 - 281 頁
...is the historical interest of this measure that it should be quoted at length : No Japanese ship nor boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country : whoever acts contrary to this shall die, and the ship with the crew and goods aboard shall be sequestered...
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Japan as a Great Power

Seiji George Hishida - 1905
...is the historical interest of this measure that it should be quoted at length : No Japanese ship nor boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country : whoever acts contrary to this shall die, and the ship with the crew and goods aboard shall be sequestered...
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Hildreth's "Japan as it was and Is": A Handbook of Old Japan, 第 1 卷

Richard Hildreth - 1906
...the ''' BANISHMENT OF THE PORTUGUESE 249 country. That edict, as given by Kampfer, was as follows : "No Japanese ship or boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country : who acts contrary to this shall die, and the ship with the crew and goods aboard shall be sequestered...
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The History of Japan: Together with a Description of the Kingdom of Siam ...

Engelbert Kaempfer - 1906
...contain'd in the Proclamation aforesaid. To Sakaki Barra Findano Cami, and to Baba Sabray Sejimon. O Japanese ship, or boat whatever, nor any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country : who acts contrary to this, shall die, and the ship, with the crew and goods aboard, shall be sequester'd...
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McDonald of Oregon: A Tale of Two Shores

Eva Emery Dye - 1906 - 395 頁
...the expulsion of the Portuguese the proclamation was made : " No Japanese ship or boat whatever, or any native of Japan, shall presume to go out of the country. . . . All Japanese who return from abroad shall be put to death." And more effectually to keep her...
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