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An English and Japanese, and Japanese and English Vocabulary: Compiled from ... - Page iv
by Walter Henry Medhurst - 1830 - 344 pages
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Leading Men of Japan: With an Historical Summary of the Empire

Charles Lanman - Japan - 1883 - 421 pages
...written in two ways, and occasionally an extra meaning is given by the addition of marks and signs. In expressing the sound of the Japanese vowels the continental pronunciation has been followed, because of its being more definite than the English ; the Japanese have been accustomed to it for two...
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