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" Zone, between 4° 4' and 20° 3' north latitude and 116° 4' and 126° 34' east longitude from the meridian of Greenwich. It is surrounded on the north and west by the China Sea, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Sea of Celebes. "
Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography - Page 67
by Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1869
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An introduction to geography, and the use of the globes

James Charlton - 1829
...contend.? What is said of Jerusalem ? Lebanon ? INDEPENDENT TARTARY.* 1. BOUNDARIES.—Independent Tartary is bounded on the north by Asiatic Russia; on the east by Chinese Tartary ; on the south by Cabul and Persia ; and on the west by the Caspian Sea, 2. EXTENT.—It...
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A grammar of modern geography. [With] Praxis

Aaron Arrowsmith - 1832
...Cambodia : of Malacca, Malacca; and, of Cochin-China, Toan-hoa. Above it 'is the Empire of China, washed on the East by the Pacific Ocean, and on the South by the China Sea ; it is called China Proper, in contradistinction to Chinese Tartary or Mongolia, which is...
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Parley's Common School History of the World: A Pictorial History of the ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - World history - 1870 - 360 pages
...of the Chinese empire is nearly the same at tne present day that it has been for several centuries. It is bounded on the north by Asiatic Russia, on the...mountains and sandy deserts, which divide it from Thibet [tib'-et] and Tartary. * 2. This empire is very ancient, and has continued longer than any other that...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1871
...What of the Persian character ? What of the population ? CHAP. XXX. — ASIA continued. EARLY HISTORY OF CHINA. 1. THE territory of the Chinese empire is...ancient, and has continued longer than any other that has evw existed. Its history goes backfour thousand years from the present time. The name of its founder...
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The Strand Magazine, Volume 31

Literary Criticism - 1906
...for the boundaries, it is bounded on the west by Russia in Europe, on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by Chinese Tartary." He nodded with approval as I pronounced each name. " Good," he said ; " that saves...
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Report of the Philippine Commission to the President

United States Philippine Commission - Philippines - 1901
...longitude from the meridian of Greenwich. It is surrounded on the north and west by the China Sea, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Sea of Celebes. From the extreme point of land on the northeast to the China coast is a distance of...
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Report of the Philippine Commission, to the President [January 31, 1900 ...

United States Commission to the Philippine Islands - Philippines - 1901
...longitude from the meridian of Greenwich. It is surrounded on the north and west by the China Sea, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Sea of Celebes. From the extreme point of land on the northeast to the China coast is a distance of...
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Report of the Philippine Commission to the President

1901
...longitude from the meridian of Greenwich. It is surrounded on th6 north and west by the China Sea, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Sea of Celebes. From the extreme point of land on the northeast to the China coast is a distance of...
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The Story of the Philippines: For Use in the Schools of the Philippine Islands

Adeline Knapp - Philippines - 1902 - 250 pages
...lies entirely within the north Torrid Zone, and is surrounded on the north and west by the China Sea, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Sea of Celebes. The nearest land on the north is the island of Formosa. The Molucca Islands are nearest...
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The New international encyclopædia, Volume 14

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - History - 1903
...Point, on the east coast of Mindanao. The archipelago is bounded on the north and west by the China Sea, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Sea of Celebes and the coastal waters of Borneo. It is 93 miles distant from foreign territory on the...
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