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" ... northern provinces at a heavy expense, while the equally heavy charges of conveying our woollens to the north, form an insuperable bar to any great increase in their consumption. 6. The regulations enforced relative to homicides. All the comparatively... "
Letter to ... Viscount Palmerston on British relations with China - Page 12
by Hugh Hamilton Lindsay - 1836 - 19 pages
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The Chinese Repository, Volume 5

Elijah Coleman Bridgman, Samuel Wells Williams - China - 1837 - 604 pages
...enforced relative to homicides. All the comparatively trifling personal grievances under which we labor, which are, however, most galling and unnecessary,...being despised, as we are most deservedly at present. — What, then, would be the force requisite to coerce the Chinese empire, with its countless millions...
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