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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: GROVE PR, 476 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=27mm, Gew.=599gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Cbe totg of tfte Bartons. CHINA THE STORY OF THE NATIONS. Ltttge Crown N v, CYi, Illustrated, 5s. The JW HW. S aic rt v in the A o n if Special Binding Half Pet SMH, doth, gilt lop. Price on application, ROME. By AKIHIK UIIMAV, 27 MEXICO. Bv Si SIN HALE. MA Builders of Greater Britain, Edited by H. F. WILSON. A Set of 10 Volumes, each with Photogravure Frontispiece and Map, large crown 8vo, cloth, 5s. each. List of Volumes. 1. SIR WALTER RALEGH the British Dominion of the West. Bv Mxuiiv A S. HUME. 2. SIR THOMAS MAITLAND the Mastery of the Mediterranean. By WALTER FREWFA T LORD. 3. JOHN CABOT AND HIS SONS the Discovery of North America. l y C RAYMOYD BEAZLEY, M. A. 4. EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD theColonisation of South Australia and New Zc. il. ind By K. G KXKTT, C. B., LL P 5. LORD CLIV the Foundation of British Rule in India, Bv SIK A J AKIU1HNOT, K. C. S. J, C. I. K. preparation. RAJAH BROOKE the Englishman as Ruler of an Eastern State. Bv SIR SiExsEK ST. JOHN, J. C. M. G. ADMIRAL PEILPIF the Founding of New South Wales. By Louis I JKCKE, md WALTKK J ici-1 ERY. SIR STAMFORD RAFFLES England in the Far East. Hy the KDITOK. Masters of Medicine. Large crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. each. List of Volumes, 1. JOHN HUNTER. By STKPHEN PAGKT. 2. WILLIAM HARVEY By DARCY POXVKR. 3. SIR JAMES SIMPSON. By H. LAINC GoKi Nf. 4. WILLIAM STOKES. Bv SIR WILLIAM STOKhs. 5. SIR BENJAMIN BRODK, By TIMOTHY Hoi. MES. HERMANN VON HELMHOLTZ. By JOHN G. McKKNDRICK. CLAUDE BERNARD. By MICHAEL FOSTER. THOMAS SYDENHAM. By J. K. PAYNK. ANDREAS VESALIUS. By C. L. TAYLOR. LON T DON T. FISHER UNWIN, I TKK oSTFk SQFAKK, K. C. IDOL AT THE RACE-COURSE, AMOY. CHINA BY PROFESSOR ROBERT K. DOUGLAS Xonbon T. FISHER UNWINPATERNOSTER SQUARE NEW YORK G. P. PUTNAMS SONS MPCCCXCIX COPYRIGHT BY T. FISHER UXWINT, 1899 Fur Great Britain. COPYRIGHT BY G. P. PUTNAMS SONS, 1899 For the United States of America PKKFACK T UK antiquity of China is . so great, and tin history of the ICmpire cover . so vast a period that it t-. plainly impossible to compress the whole subject within the limits of a single volume of this series. It was determined, therefore, to limit the record, in the present instance, to the annals of the Empire from the time of Marco Polo to the present day, leaving the earlier history of the country to appear later. As is well known, the Chinese possess histories of their various dynasties, and the attempt to insure that these should be truthful records by ruling that the events of each dynasty should not be described by contemporary historians but by authors under the succeeding regime. It might be . supposed that this system would entail the compilation of biased and ex parte chronicles. Hut happily Chinese historians, like the rest of their countrymen, are so entirely devoid of patriotism that they have no inducement to pervert facts, or to trim their sails to the neces sities of party feeling. Generally truthful as these historians are, however, their works yet labour under the defect common to X PREFACE all Oriental histories of being records of the Court and camp rather than of the life of the people and it is only by reference to miscellaneous works that it is possible to obtain the side-lights necessary to illus trate the true progress of the nation, Among the authorities I have consulted are the following The native dynastic histories the Skfng Wu Kt or the wars of the present dynasty, byWei Yuen various native biographical works the Peking Gazette the Parliamentary Blue Books the Histories of Wells Williams, Boulgcr, and Macgowan The Jesuits in China, by R. Jenkins u A Narrative of Events in China, by Lord Loch l The Ever Victo rious Army, by Andrew Wilson, c. ROUERT K. DOUGLAS. January, 1899, CONTENTS THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE Akkadian affinities The reign of Yao-The Shang dynasty The Chow dynasty Confucius Teachings of Confucius The burning of the books The reign of Kaoti The intro duction of Buddhism The Tang dynasty The Kitan Taitais... Cbe totg of tfte Bartons. CHINA THE STORY OF THE NATIONS. Ltttge Crown N v, CYi, Illustrated, 5s. The JW HW. S aic rt v in the A o n if Special Binding Half Pet SMH, doth, gilt lop. Price on application, ROME. By AKIHIK UIIMAV, 27 MEXICO. Bv Si SIN HALE. MA Builders of Greater Britain, Edited by H. F. WILSON. A Set of 10 Volumes, each with Photogravure Frontispiece and Map, large crown 8vo, cloth, 5s. each. List of Volumes. 1. SIR WALTER RALEGH the British Dominion of the West. Bv Mxuiiv A S. HUME. 2. SIR THOMAS MAITLAND the Mastery of the Mediterranean. By WALTER FREWFA T LORD. 3. JOHN CABOT AND HIS SONS the Discovery of North America. l y C RAYMOYD BEAZLEY, M. A. 4. EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD theColonisation of South Australia and New Zc. il. ind By K. G KXKTT, C. B., LL P 5. LORD CLIV the Foundation of British Rule in India, Bv SIK A J AKIU1HNOT, K. C. S. J, C. I. K. preparation. RAJAH BROOKE the Englishman as Ruler of an Eastern State. Bv SIR SiExsEK ST. JOHN, J. C. M. G. ADMIRAL PEILPIF the Founding of New South Wales. By Louis I JKCKE, md WALTKK J ici-1 ERY. SIR STAMFORD RAFFLES England in the Far East. Hy the KDITOK. Masters of Medicine. Large crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. each. List of Volumes, 1. JOHN HUNTER. By STKPHEN PAGKT. 2. WILLIAM HARVEY By DARCY POXVKR. 3. SIR JAMES SIMPSON. By H. LAINC GoKi Nf. 4. WILLIAM STOKES. Bv SIR WILLIAM STOKhs. 5. SIR BENJAMIN BRODK, By TIMOTHY Hoi. MES. HERMANN VON HELMHOLTZ. By JOHN G. McKKNDRICK. CLAUDE BERNARD. By MICHAEL FOSTER. THOMAS SYDENHAM. By J. K. PAYNK. ANDREAS VESALIUS. By C. L. TAYLOR. LON T DON T. FISHER UNWIN, I TKK oSTFk SQFAKK, K. C. IDOL AT THE RACE-COURSE, AMOY. CHINA BY PROFESSOR ROBERT K. DOUGLAS Xonbon T. FISHER UNWINPATERNOSTER SQUARE NEW YORK G. P. PUTNAMS SONS MPCCCXCIX COPYRIGHT BY T. FISHER UXWINT, 1899 Fur Great Britain. COPYRIGHT BY G. P. PUTNAMS SONS, 1899 For the United States of America PKKFACK T UK antiquity of China is . so great, and tin history of the ICmpire cover . so vast a period that it t-. plainly impossible to compress the whole subject within the limits of a single volume of this series. It was determined, therefore, to limit the record, in the present instance, to the annals of the Empire from the time of Marco Polo to the present day, leaving the earlier history of the country to appear later. As is well known, the Chinese possess histories of their various dynasties, and the attempt to insure that these should be truthful records by ruling that the events of each dynasty should not be described by contemporary historians but by authors under the succeeding regime. It might be . supposed that this system would entail the compilation of biased and ex parte chronicles. Hut happily Chinese historians, like the rest of their countrymen, are so entirely devoid of patriotism that they have no inducement to pervert facts, or to trim their sails to the neces sities of party feeling. Generally truthful as these historians are, however, their works yet labour under the defect common to X PREFACE all Oriental histories of being records of the Court and camp rather than of the life of the people and it is only by reference to miscellaneous works that it is possible to obtain the side-lights necessary to illus trate the true progress of the nation, Among the authorities I have consulted are the following The native dynastic histories the Skfng Wu Kt or the wars of the present dynasty, byWei Yuen various native biographical works the Peking Gazette the Parliamentary Blue Books the Histories of Wells Williams, Boulgcr, and Macgowan The Jesuits in China, by R. Jenkins u A Narrative of Events in China, by Lord Loch l The Ever Victo rious Army, by Andrew Wilson, c. ROUERT K. DOUGLAS. January, 1899, CONTENTS THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE Akkadian affinities The reign of Yao-The Shang dynasty The Chow dynasty Confucius Teachings of Confucius The burning of the books The reign of Kaoti The intro duction of Buddhism The Tang dynasty The Kitan Taitais...

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Cbe totg of tfte Bartons. CHINA THE STORY OF THE NATIONS. Ltttge Crown N v, CYi, Illustrated, 5s. The JW HW. S aic rt v in the A o n if Special Binding Half Pet SMH, doth, gilt lop. Price on application, ROME. By AKIHIK UIIMAV, 27 MEXICO. Bv Si SIN HALE. MA Builders of Greater Britain, Edited by H. F. WILSON. A Set of 10 Volumes, each with Photogravure Frontispiece and Map, large crown 8vo, cloth, 5s. each. List of Volumes. 1. SIR WALTER RALEGH the British Dominion of the West. Bv Mxuiiv A S. HUME. 2. SIR THOMAS MAITLAND the Mastery of the Mediterranean. By WALTER FREWFA T LORD. 3. JOHN CABOT AND HIS SONS the Discovery of North America. l y C RAYMOYD BEAZLEY, M. A. 4. EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD theColonisation of South Australia and New Zc. il. ind By K. G KXKTT, C. B., LL P 5. LORD CLIV the Foundation of British Rule in India, Bv SIK A J AKIU1HNOT, K. C. S. J, C. I. K. preparation. RAJAH BROOKE the Englishman as Ruler of an Eastern State. Bv SIR SiExsEK ST. JOHN, J. C. M. G. ADMIRAL PEILPIF the Founding of New South Wales. By Louis I JKCKE, md WALTKK J ici-1 ERY. SIR STAMFORD RAFFLES England in the Far East. Hy the KDITOK. Masters of Medicine. Large crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. each. List of Volumes, 1. JOHN HUNTER. By STKPHEN PAGKT. 2. WILLIAM HARVEY By DARCY POXVKR. 3. SIR JAMES SIMPSON. By H. LAINC GoKi Nf. 4. WILLIAM STOKES. Bv SIR WILLIAM STOKhs. 5. SIR BENJAMIN BRODK, By TIMOTHY Hoi. MES. HERMANN VON HELMHOLTZ. By JOHN G. McKKNDRICK. CLAUDE BERNARD. By MICHAEL FOSTER. THOMAS SYDENHAM. By J. K. PAYNK. ANDREAS VESALIUS. By C. L. TAYLOR. LON T DON T. FISHER UNWIN, I TKK oSTFk SQFAKK, K. C. IDOL AT THE RACE-COURSE, AMOY. CHINA BY PROFESSOR ROBERT K. DOUGLAS Xonbon T. FISHER UNWINPATERNOSTER SQUARE NEW YORK G. P. PUTNAMS SONS MPCCCXCIX COPYRIGHT BY T. FISHER UXWINT, 1899 Fur Great Britain. COPYRIGHT BY G. P. PUTNAMS SONS, 1899 For the United States of America PKKFACK T UK antiquity of China is . so great, and tin history of the ICmpire cover . so vast a period that it t-. plainly impossible to compress the whole subject within the limits of a single volume of this series. It was determined, therefore, to limit the record, in the present instance, to the annals of the Empire from the time of Marco Polo to the present day, leaving the earlier history of the country to appear later. As is well known, the Chinese possess histories of their various dynasties, and the attempt to insure that these should be truthful records by ruling that the events of each dynasty should not be described by contemporary historians but by authors under the succeeding regime. It might be . supposed that this system would entail the compilation of biased and ex parte chronicles. Hut happily Chinese historians, like the rest of their countrymen, are so entirely devoid of patriotism that they have no inducement to pervert facts, or to trim their sails to the neces sities of party feeling. Generally truthful as these historians are, however, their works yet labour under the defect common to X PREFACE all Oriental histories of being records of the Court and camp rather than of the life of the people and it is only by reference to miscellaneous works that it is possible to obtain the side-lights necessary to illus trate the true progress of the nation, Among the authorities I have consulted are the following The native dynastic histories the Skfng Wu Kt or the wars of the present dynasty, byWei Yuen various native biographical works the Peking Gazette the Parliamentary Blue Books the Histories of Wells Williams, Boulgcr, and Macgowan The Jesuits in China, by R. Jenkins u A Narrative of Events in China, by Lord Loch l The Ever Victo rious Army, by Andrew Wilson, c. ROUERT K. DOUGLAS. January, 1899, CONTENTS THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE Akkadian affinities The reign of Yao-The Shang dynasty The Chow dynasty Confucius Teachings of Confucius The burning of the books The reign of Kaoti The intro duction of Buddhism The Tang dynasty The Kitan Taitais...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406771893
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406771899
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2007
Editeur: GROVE PR
476 Pages
Poids: 0,599 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1406771899

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1-4067-7189-9, 978-1-4067-7189-3


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