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A History Of The Japanese People

Auhtor: Frank Brinkley

Language: english

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... related to Mongol and to Manchu, and might therefore lay claim to be included in the so-called 'Altaic group' In any case, Japanese is what philologists ...
... of her in verse: Thou Island of Awaji With thy double ranges Thou Island of Azuki With thy double ranges Ye good islands, ...
... doubted until the days (1730-1801) of the prince of Japanese literati, Motoori Norinaga. The question of authenticity is still unsettled. Shotoku's ...
... sections, the Eastern and the Western, which were controlled by a Left Metropolitan Office and a Right Metropolitan Office, respectively. In Naniwa ...
... epoch, and it still stands housing a remarkable collection of furniture and ornaments from the Imperial palace. There is some question whether this ...
... events, ordered Minamoto Yorinobu, governor of Kai, and several other provincial governors to attack the Taira chief. *Murdoch, in his History ...
... for the Taira and the carrying of the white flag by Yoshinaka into Echigo, Etchu, Noto, and Kaga. DISSENSIONS AMONG THE MINAMOTO Meanwhile ...
... the country, bring peace to the people, and contribute to the prosperity of the shrines and temples, then might I receive the pity and sympathy of heaven. ...
... Many heroic incidents marked the catastrophe and showed the spirit animating the bushi of that epoch. A few of them will find a fitting place here. ...
... and a deadly struggle was barely prevented by the intervention of the shogun. Thenceforth, the Hatakeyama became divided into two families, Masanaga's ...
... whose castle was at Kuzuo in Shinano, whence he had been driven by Takeda Shingen. ENGRAVING: UESUGI KENSHIN It thus fell out that ...
... by a decree of the Korean Government that a Japanese subject landing anywhere except at Fusan would be treated as a corsair. Such were the ...
... for Kyushu he publicly stated, I fear much that all the virtue of the European priests is merely a mask of hypocrisy and serves only to conceal pernicious ...
... within the castle of Yedo a library called Momijiyama Bunko where the books were stored. He was also instrumental in causing the compilation and ...
... and wealthy farmers, which loans they were generally unable to repay. Ultimately, the Bakufu solved the situation partially by decreeing that no lawsuit ...
... a draft of the treaty which would be presented in Yedo. All these things render it obvious that in the matter of renewing their relations with ...
... fruit, and entrusted with the duty of thereafter helping all living people***** in the central land of reed plains****** as they have helped Izanagi. ...
... herself. *The Story of Korea, by Longford. SITUATION IN 1911 The unstable element of the East Asian situation to-day is the position ...
... opposition to Fujiwara minister of the Right under Koken opposes succession of Shirakabe (Konin) as litt'erateur Kibumi, school of ...
... its possessor to ruin. He further instructed him to follow a method of rice culture the converse of that adopted by his brother, since he, the ocean ...