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“Horæ sinicæ” by Robert Morrison, 1812

Read online “Horæ sinicæ: translations from the popular literature of the Chinese” by Robert Morrison, 1812.

San-tsi-king: the three-character classic; on the utility and honour of learning.–Ta-hio; the great science.–Account of Foe, the deified founder of a Chinese sect.–Extract from the Ho-kiang.–Account of the sect. Tao-szu.–Dissuasive from feeding on beef.–Specimens of Chinese epistolary correspondence

by Morrison, Robert, 1782-1834
Published 1812

Publisher London, Printed for Black and Parry [etc.] by C. Stower
Pages 88
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number nrlf_ucb:GLAD-151513858
Digitizing sponsor MSN
Book contributor University of California Libraries
Collection cdl; americana

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