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" At first the fear seemed so sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but in the end orders were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the 'barbarian' vessels... "
Japan 1853-1864: Or, Genji Yume Monogatari - Page 2
by Baba Bunyel - 1905 - 242 pages
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Japan: A Compilation of Miscellaneous Articles from Various Periodicals ...

Japan - 1904
...troubled, and summoned all the officials to a council. At first the fear seemed so sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but...were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the ' barbarian ' vessels might proceed to...
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The Land of the Morning: An Account of Japan and Its People...

William Gray Dixon - Japan - 1882 - 689 pages
...and summoned all the officials to a council. At first the affair seemed so sudden and so formidable, that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but in the end orders were issued to all the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - History - 1891
...and summoned all the officials1 to a council. At first the affair seemed BO sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but...were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the ' barbarian ' vessels might proceed to...
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The United Service

Military art and science - 1904
...and summoned all the officials to a council. "At first the fear seemed so sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but...were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the 'barbarian' vessels might proceed to commit...
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Great and Greater Britain: The Problems of Motherland and Empire, Political ...

J. Ellis Barker - Great Britain - 1910 - 380 pages
...and summoned all the officials to a council. ' At first the fear seemed so sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but...were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the " barbarian " vessels might proceed to...
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The World's Great Events: An Indexed History of the World from ..., Volume 7

Esther Singleton - World history - 1916
...and summoned all the officials to a council. At first the affair seemed so sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but...were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the "barbarian" vessels might proceed to commit...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 56

Nineteenth century - 1904
...troubled, and summoned all the officials to a council. At first the fear seemed so sudden and so formidable that they were too alarmed to open their mouths, but...were issued to the great clans to keep strict watch at various points on the shore, as it was possible that the ' barbarian ' vessels might proceed to...
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