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L. Richard"s comprehensive geography of the Chinese Empire and dependencies
|Other titles||Comprehensive geography of the Chinese Empire and dependencies.|
|Statement||Translated into English, revised and enlarged by M. Kennelly.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 713 p. :|
|Number of Pages||713|
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Get this from a library. Richard's comprehensive geography of the Chinese Empire and dependencies = Chung-kuo kʻun yü hsiang chih. [L Richard; M Kennelly].
Richard's Comprehensive Geography of the Chinese Empire and Dependencies. Author: Ly, M, S.J. Title: Richard's Comprehensive Geography of the Chinese Empire and Dependencies Publication: Shanghai: T'usewie Press, Description: Fine / No Jacket.
xviii, four oversize fold-out color maps tucked under a cloth band on each endpaper pastedown. First published in French in Seller Rating: % positive. Full text of "L. Richard's : Comprehensive Geography of the Chinese Empire and Dependencies Comprehensive Geography of the Chinese Empire and Dependencies See other formats.
Richard's Comprehensive Geography of the Chinese Empire and Dependencies. Three large maps which are stored inside pockets in front and back covers.
Missing one map entitled "Physical and Political Map of China and Dependencies".Seller Rating: % positive. Empires of the Mind tells the story of I. Richards, Britain's foremost literary critic in the s, and his effort to promote an word version of global English in China.
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Item Details. A complete set of two hardcover volumes of A Journey Through the Chinese Empire, by French missionary Évariste Régis Huc, published by Harper & Brothers of New York, It describes Huc’s journey through China, from Tibet to Canton, in the late s to early s, and is a sequel to his Recollections of a Journey Through Tartary and Thibet (sic).
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A comprehensive reconstruction of ancient and early Imperial Chinese history based on literary and archaeological texts, and o Han-time documents on bamboo, wood, and silk Description The second and first centuries B.C. were a critical period in Chinese historythey saw the birth and development of the new Chinese empire and its.
A Comprehensive Geography of the Chinese Empire, by L. Richard. — This work is rightly named "comprehensive," for it contains a great deal of information which cannot be strictly classed as geographical, all of which, however, is of considerable value to the student.
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