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" Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of the shipwrecked Tartars, and having landed, proceeded in search of them ; but in a straggling, disorderly manner. The Tartars, on their part, acted with prudent circumspection,... "
Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical - Page 160
by Charles MacFarlane - 1856 - 365 pages
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Japan: As it was and is

Richard Hildreth - Japan - 1855 - 576 pages
...island of Zipaugu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars ; and, having landed, proceeded...the place where the fleet of boats was at anchor. Fin-ling these all abandoned, but with their colors flying, they instantly seized them ; and, pushing...
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Personal Narrative of a Voyage to Japan, Kamtschatka, Siberia, Tartary, and ...

John M. Tronson - East Asia - 1859 - 414 pages
...order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars, and having landed, proceeded in a straggling manner. The Tartars, on their part, acted with prudent...pursuit of them by one road, made a circuit of the island by another, which brought them to the place where the fleet was at anchor." The rest of the...
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Japan and the Japanese

Richard Hildreth - Japan - 1860 - 586 pages
...island of Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrec-ked Tartars ; and, having landed, proceeded...concealed from view by some high land in the centre of the bland, whilst the enemy were hurrying in pursuit of them by one road, made a circuit of the coast by...
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Japan as it was and is

Richard Hildreth - Japan - 1905 - 611 pages
...island of Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars ; and, having landed, proceeded...one road, made a circuit of the coast by another, whicli brought them to the place where the fleet if boats was at anchor. Finding these nil abandoned,...
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The Great Events by Famous Historians ...

Rossiter Johnson, Charles Francis Horne, John Rudd - World history - 1905
...island of Cipango came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars, and, having landed, proceeded...view by some high land in the centre of the island, while the enemy were hurrying in pursuit of them by one road, made a circuit of the coast by another,...
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Hildreth's "Japan as it was and Is": A Handbook of Old Japan, Volume 1

Richard Hildreth - Japan - 1906
...island of Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars ; and, having landed, proceeded...circumspection ; and, being concealed from view by some high laud in the centre of the island, whilst the enemy were hunying in pursuit of them by one road, made...
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Hildreth's "Japan as it was and is": a handbook of old Japan, Volume 1

Richard Hildreth - History - 1907
...island of Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars ; and, having landed, proceeded...them, but in a straggling, disorderly manner. The TarUirs, on their part, acted with prudent circumspection ; and, being concealed from view by some...
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The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Volume 8

Henry Cabot Lodge, Francis Whiting Halsey - Literature - 1909
...over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tatars and, having landed, proceeded in search of them, but in a straggling, disorderly manner. The Tatars, on their part, acted with prudent circumspection, and being concealed from view by some high...
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The Travels of Marco Polo

Marco Polo, Manuel Komroff - History - 2002 - 370 pages
...island of Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars, and having landed, proceeded...straggling, disorderly manner. The Tartars, on their part, being concealed from view by high land in the centre of the island, whilst the enemy were hurrying...
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The Travels of Marco Polo

Marco Polo, Manuel Komroff - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 370 pages
...island of Zipangu came over with a large force, in numerous boats, in order to make prisoners of these shipwrecked Tartars, and having landed, proceeded...straggling, disorderly manner. The Tartars, on their part, being concealed from view by high land in the centre of the island, whilst the enemy were hurrying...
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