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Page 50 - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA CHRONICLE.— An official record of University life, issued quarterly, edited by a committee of the Faculty.
Page 1 - The Earliest Historical Relations between Mexico and Japan, from original documents preserved in Spain and Japan, by Zelia Nuttall. Pp. 1-47. April, 1906 - .60 2. Contribution to the Physical Anthropology of California, based on collections in the Department of Anthropology of the University of California, and in the US National Museum, by Ales Hrdlicka.
Page 50 - Campbell, Editor. Publications of the Lick Observatory.— Volumes IV completed. Volume VI (in progress): No. 1. A Short Method of Determining Orbits from Three Observations, by AO Leuschner. No. 2. Elements of Asteroid 1900 GA, by AO Leuschner and Adelaide M. Hobe. No. 3. Preliminary Elements of Comet 1900 III, by RH Curtiss and CG Dall.
Page 13 - ... Province of Suraga. An inscription records its history, and a small metal plate, fastened to it, records that it was made in Madrid. The same annals preserve the following report, made to their government by the Japanese merchants on their return from New Spain: — ' ' Some of our sailing merchants departed in company with this embassy. They (the merchants) returned in the following year, and stated that the country visited was populous and productive. They also reported that the foreigners...
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