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" other countries, must at present be very much a matter of conjecture. At the same time it may be observed, as something in favor of the Chinese system, that there are substantial grounds for believing that neither flagrant nor repeated acts of injustice... "
Life Among the Chinese: With Characteristic Sketches and Incidents of ... - Page 76
by Robert Samuel Maclay - 1861 - 400 pages
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The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ...

Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1848
...guardians, there can, unfortunately, be no question ; but to what extent, comparatively with the laws of other countries, must at present be very much a matter...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity." * Sir George Staunton is well qualified to decide on this point, and his opinion has been corroborated...
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The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the Geography, Government, Education, Social ...

Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1848
...guardians, there can, unfortunately, be no question ; but to what extent, comparatively with the laws of other countries, must at present be very much a matter...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity."' Sir George Staunton is well qualified to decide on this point, and his opinion has been corroborated...
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The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the Geography, Government ..., Volume 1

Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1849
...guardians, there can, unfortunately, be no question ; bnt to what extent, comparatively with the laws of other countries, must at present be very much a matter...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity."* Sir George Staunton is well qualified to decide on this point, and his opinion has been corroborated...
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The middle kingdom; a survey of the Chinese empire and its inhabitants

Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1883
...guardians, there can, unfortunately, be ni> question; but to what extent, comparatively with the laws of other countries, must at present be very much a matter...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity."' Sir George Stannton is well qualified to speak on this point, and his opinion has been corroborated...
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The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the Geography, Government ..., Volume 1

Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1883
...guardians, there can, unfortunately, be no question ; but to what extent, comparatively with the laws of other countries, must at present be very much a matter...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity." Sir George Staunton is well qualified to speak on this point, and his opinion has been corroborated...
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Things Chinese: Or, Notes Connected with China

James Dyer Ball - China - 1893 - 816 pages
...independent of caprice and uninfluenced by corruption. It may be observed, as something in favour of the Chinese system, that there are substantial...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity.' ' Besides these laws and their numerous clauses, every high provincial officer has the right to issue...
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Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China

James Dyer Ball - China - 1900 - 666 pages
...independent of caprice and uninfluenced by corruption. It may be observed. as something in favour of the Chinese system, that there are substantial...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity.' ' Besides these laws and their numerous clauses, every high provincial officer has the right to issue...
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Things Chinese: Or, Notes Connected with China

James Dyer Ball - China - 1904 - 816 pages
...independent of caprice and uninfluenced by corruption. ... It may be observed, as something in favour of the Chinese system, that there are substantial...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity.' ' Besides these laws and their numerous clauses, every high provincial officer has the right to issue...
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Things Chinese: Or, Notes Connected with China

James Dyer Ball - China - 1904 - 816 pages
...independent of caprice and uninfluenced by corruption. ... It may be observed, as something in favour of the Chinese system, that there are substantial...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity.' ' Besides these laws and their numerous clauses, every high provincial officer has the right to issue...
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The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the Geography, Government ..., Volume 1

Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1907
...guardians, there can, unfortunately, be no question ; but to what extent, comparatively with the laws of other countries, must at present be very much a matter...rank or station, ultimately escape with impunity." ' Sir George Staunton is well qualified to speak on this point, and his opinion has been corroborated...
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