P.F. Collier & Son, 1913 - 322 pāgines

Quč opinen els usuaris - Escriviu una ressenya

No hem trobat cap ressenya als llocs habituals.

Frases i termes més freqüents

Passatges populars

Pāgina 18 - Their betters as craftsmen in every art practised by man are not to be found in the whole world. Their country is very rich in corn, in wine, in gold and silver, in silk, and in every kind of produce tending to the support of mankind.
Pāgina 10 - My husband's father was killed here by a tiger, and my husband also ; and now my son has met the same fate.
Pāgina 315 - The preservation of the common interests of all Powers in China by insuring the independence and integrity of the Chinese Empire and the principle of equal opportunities for the commerce and industry of all nations in China...
Pāgina 314 - To restore entirely and completely to the exclusive administration of China all portions of Manchuria now in the occupation or under the control of the Japanese or Russian troops, with the exception of the territory above mentioned.
Pāgina 20 - Kaan well and safe. Then they presented the credentials and letters which they had received from the Pope, which pleased him right well ; and after that they produced the Oil from the Sepulchre, and at that also he was very glad, for he set great store thereby. And next, spying Mark, who was then a young gallant,1 he asked who was that in their company ? " Sire," said his father, Messer Nicolo, " 'tis my son and your liegeman." 2 " Welcome is he too,
Pāgina 20 - I tell you ? when the Two Brothers and Mark had arrived at that great city, they went to the Imperial Palace, and there they found the Sovereign attended by a great company of Barons. So they bent the knee before him, and paid their respects to him, with all possible reverence [prostrating themselves on the ground]. Then the Lord bade them stand up, and treated them with great honour, showing great pleasure at their coming, and asked many questions as to their welfare, and how they had sped. They...
Pāgina 221 - The Christian religion, as professed by Protestants or Roman Catholics, inculcates the practice of virtue, and teaches man to do as he would be done by. Persons teaching it or professing it, therefore, shall alike be entitled to the protection of the Chinese authorities, nor shall any such, peaceably pursuing their calling, and not offending against the laws, be persecuted or interfered with.
Pāgina 327 - Vol. III. The Sacred Books of China. The Texts of Confucianism.
Pāgina 21 - He makes them take of the bark of a certain tree, in fact of the Mulberry Tree, the leaves of which are the food of the silkworms, — these trees being so numerous that whole districts are full of them. What they take is a certain fine white bast or skin which lies between the wood of the tree and the thick outer bark, and this they make into something resembling sheets of paper, but black.
Pāgina 123 - A benevolent heart and a benevolent administration were universally diffused ; in China Proper, as well as beyond it, order and tranquillity prevailed, and the tens of thousands of common people were all happy. But in the midst of a hope that this glorious reign would be long protracted, and the help of heaven would be received many days, unexpectedly, on descending to bless, by his majesty's presence, Lwanyang, the dragon charioteer (the holy emperor) became a guest on high.

Informaciķ bibliogrāfica