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Korea and Her Neighbors: A Narrative of Travel, with an Account of the ... - Page 37
by Isabella Lucy Bird - 1905
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Korea & Her Neighbours: A Narrative of Travel, with an Account of ..., Volume 2

Isabella Lucy Bird - Korea - 1898
...14. Men shall be employed without regard to their origin, and — •Jt XM THE KYENG-POK PALACE :i7 in seeking for officials recourse shall be had to...that nearly every step in advance is on the lines laid down by Japan. Count Inouye is reported by the Nichi Nichi Shimbun to have said regarding Korea,...
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KOREA AND HER NEIGHBOURS

ISABELLA BIRD - 1905
...for all alike. 14. Men shall be employed without regard to their origin, and V^ I !3 X ••i \£ in seeking for officials recourse shall be had to...the King of Korea, at the Altar of Heaven, Seoul, on Though at this date Korea is being reformed under other than Japanese auspices, it is noteworthy that...
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Sourcebook of Korean Civilization: Volume Two: From the Seventeenth Century ...

Peter H. Lee - Philosophy - 2013 - 876 pages
This is the most comprehensive and authoritative English-language anthology of primary source material on Korean civilization ever assembled. Encompassing social, intellectual ...
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Sources of Korean Tradition: From the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries

Peter H. Lee, William Theodore De Bary - History - 2000 - 512 pages
...property may be ensured for all alike. 14. Men shall be employed without regard to their origin, and in seeking for officials recourse shall be had to...and country alike in order to widen the avenues for men of ability to find employment. Chapter 31 THE INDEPENDENCE CLUB AND THE PEOPLE'S ASSEMBLY The murder...
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