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  • Broomhall The Province of Yunnan by John M'Carthy 1609685The Chinese Empire. A General & Missionary Survey — The Province of Yunnan by John M'Carthyedited
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  • left its stamp. So I turned to the interior, to the western provinces of Yunnan and Szechuan. Wonderful for scenery, important in commerce and politics
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  • Chapter IIElizabeth Kimball Kendall CHAPTER II DAYS IN YUNNAN-FU THE situation of Yunnan's capital is extraordinarily picturesque. It stands in a wide
    313 bytes (4,242 words) - 08:58, 12 July 2012
  • American Baptist Mission, 81, 85, 158, 183. American engineers, surveying in Yunnan, 29. American Legation, the, at Peking, 232, 237. A-Mi-chou, 21, 22
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  • southwards they were driven into the mountain districts of the provinces of Yunnan, Kwei-chow, Kwang-si and Kwang-tung, where they are found at the present
    324 bytes (240 words) - 12:06, 19 May 2015
  • the east of the Tibeto-Burman, for the most part in French Indo-China and Yunnan, and it is only a few of the westernmost Mon Khmer communities (the Takings
    395 bytes (753 words) - 06:37, 23 December 2012
  • dynasty. Coadjutor of Wu San-kuei in the invasion of Burmah, 1661—2, which resulted in the surrender of the Ming pretenders from Yünnan. Canonised as 敬康.
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  • China to the frontier of Yunnan, to await Colonel Horace Browne, who had been sent by the Indian government on a mission into Yunnan, from the Burmese side
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  • THE PROVINCE OF YUNNAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • length of Upper Burma and then cross the great rivers and ranges of western Yunnan, a weary month-long journey, or else spend tedious weeks ascending the Yangtse
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  • surrounded by the Shan states Annam, Tonking, and the Chinese province of Yunnan; area, estimated, 91,000 square miles; pop. est. 1,500,000; the soil is
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  • proceeded to Upper Burmah, and succeeded in getting as far as Momein in Yunnan. A second expedition in 1875–6 in the same direction, under the command
    416 bytes (1,112 words) - 10:56, 11 October 2012
  • Giles 40Chang Chu 張翥 (T. 仲舉). A.D. 1287-1368. A native of 晉密 Chin-ning in Yünnan, who brought himself into notice by his poetry, and was subsequently employed
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  • intrigue caused him to fall into disfavour at Court. He was ordered to Yünnan; and although after a year or two he returned, he never completely regained
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  • PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. THE province of Yunnan in China adjoins French Tonkin and British Burmah. It is of interest to
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  • District. Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I. Lowis     ...     ... "Yunnan." H.R.Davies, Cambridge, 1909. 484  1  376  2 Origin ... Central Asia
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  • was sent to 永昌 Yung-ch'ang as Prefect in 1846, and rose to be Governor of Yünnan. In 1852 he was transferred to Hunan; and entering Ch'ang-sha through the
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  • China, with the exception of Kwangsi, which has 67 to the square mile, Yunnan coming next with 84. In former times the province of Kansu was included
    774 bytes (577 words) - 07:44, 24 December 2015
  • Mogôk into the country north of Bhamo and into the Chinese province of Yünnan; above Mogôk ranges formed of this gneiss culminate in the Taungme peak
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  • Yunnan
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