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Page 9 - ... his being insensibly till he gets drunk, falls foul of the local policeman, smites him into the nearest canal, and disposes of the question of treaty revision with a hiccup. All the same, Jack says that he has a grievance against the policeman, who is paid a dollar for every strayed seaman he brings up to the Consular Courts for overstaying his leave, and so forth. Jack says that the little fellows deliberately hinder him from getting back to his ship, and then with devilish art and craft of...
Page vi - Japanese peoples, and the encouragement of the study of the Japanese language, literature, history and folklore, of Japanese art, science and industries, of the social life and economic condition of the Japanese people, past and present, and of Japanese matters generally.
Page 220 - S. La céramique japonaise with illustrations in the text and coloured plates, (in L'Art japonais par L. Gonse, vol. II p'p. 239-334), folio, Paris, 1883. Bowes, JL Japanese Pottery. With Notes describing the Emblems, Poetical Associations, and other Thoughts and Subjects employed in the decoration of the Wares on account of the Festivals, and of some of the Customs of Japan XXXI+576 pp.
Page 231 - Recollections of Japan, comprising a particular Account of the Religion, Language, Government, Laws, and Manners of the People, with Observations on the Geography, Climate, Population, and Productions of the Country. By Captain Golownin, RN (Russian Navy), Author of a Narrative of a Three Years
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Page 231 - Berlin, 1877. Goh, Daigoro, The growing importance of the Japanese language to the nations of the west. Paper read before a Deputation of the London Chamber of Commerce at the International Congress of Orientalists, London in 1891 (Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review, 1893, April) 9 pp. 8*°, London. Gordon, ML Is "Jigoku