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Hau Kiou Choaan: Or, The Pleasing History, Volym 1
Fragmentarisk förhandsgranskning - 1761
acquaint affair alſo anſwered appear aſked Author believe brought called carried cauſe Che-bien China Chineſe comes conduct court deſired Du Halde Emperor father favour firſt former four give given Grand Viſitor Halde hand hath hear himſelf honour houſe inquired kind Kwo-khé-tzu laſt leave Lettres live longer Mandarine manner marriage marry maſter means mention moſt muſt myſelf never niece night obliged obſerve occaſion offer original paſſed perſon pleaſed preſent province rank reaſon received regard replied reſpect ſaid ſame ſay ſee ſeems Semedo ſent ſervant ſet ſeveral ſhall ſhe ſhould Shuey-ping-fin ſome ſpeak ſubject ſuch taken talk tell theſe thing thoſe thought Tieb-chung-u told tribunal true uncle uſe wait whole woman young lady youth
Sida 52 - But I fay unto you, Love your enemies, blefs them that curfe you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which defpitefully ufe you, and perfecute you...
Sida 52 - Eph. 5. i. Be ye followers of God as dear Children. They are the Children of God, who are Followers of God, who purifie themfelves as he is pure, and who are perfect as he is perfect. So that to be the Child of God, or the Child of the Devil, fignifies as much as to carry a particular...
Sida 192 - ... contrary to all other eaflern nations, who fit crofs-legged on the ground, and either ufe no table but the floor, or at moft have them about a foot high from it. At their entertainments...
Sida 85 - ... the degeneracy of the times. " There are only two words in our days by which both the people and the mandarins regulate their conduct, and those are riches and power.
Sida 166 - ... of the miserable people. So that it is a common proverb in China that the king unwittingly lets loose so many hangmen, murderers, hungry dogs and wolves to ruin and devour the poor people, when he creates new mandarins to govern them.
Sida 6 - Not to commit any impurity. IV. Not to tell a lie. V. Not to drink wine. P. Du Halde, vol. ip 650. 672. and P. Semedo, p. 89. &c. Picart, vol. iv. 228. P. Lc eriter'tamrheht,. arid be glad to converfe with you before you go.
Sida 292 - ... of ftate. This tribunal hath likewife the keeping of the rolls, and regifters, which are made every year, of all the families, number of men, meafure of land, and the duties arifing from them to the emperor. 3. Li-pu. 3- THE court of Li-pu, or...