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Every benevolent Englishman must wish to see the reasoning faculty more called into exercise, than it generally is amongst the poor of his own country, and'to hear Duty to Parents, with a Rational and Religious Self-controul, quite as much honored in general conversation as those attainments and accomplishments, which may confer elegance on a dwelling, and give grace to a person, but which have no influence on the Springs of Human Action, morally considered, norfeed the Sources ofreal heart-felt Human Bliss. 83- Blood, wind appeared like showers of, 39 Boards of Controu! To utter a moral or religious sentiment any where but in the pulpit is esteemed perfectly insuflfcrable. None extant, written previously to the compilations of Confucius, 57 Books burnt, 47. ^^ /fft Rji Sha-ya-urh, families 673, 1898 persons. Several Assistant Officers situated in different parts of the district, who are called [pj 4n T'hunoj- cbe, or ^^ fi^ Fan-foo. The Assistant to a Hiien -is called ^ ^ Heen-ching, or ^ ^ Tso-tang; also ^ JBIi Fun-heen, and ;j^ y|^, Jung-ting;, in contradistinction from whom the Heen is called JJ^ ^ Ching-tang. The Chinese also can point out the scenes of battles where thousands fought aud died; the situation of splendid courts; the tombs of Monarchs ; the abodes of Histo- rians, Moralists and Poets, whose memory is dear to them, and which interest their hearts in the antiquities of their fathers.

As Confuciui , taught, our dislike of a lean's vices should never be carried to such a height, as to make us blind to what is^ really good, about him. As, 'Fas est ah hoste doceri,' so probably in iome things, nations denominated Christian, may yet learn from Heathens. Cochinchina w,is at that lime called^ ^ Keaon-che, which was during the same Dynasty, changed to ifc jvl Gan-nan, its present name. In his childhood, he had a bird marked with ink on his neck, from whence he was nick-naracd ^K ^ ^ ' Sparrow KG.' He served the last Emperors of the preceding Dynasty, and fought against the northern barbarians. dilemma, like the king in Chess, who is reduced to check- mate; and they become apprehensive, when their opponents maintain calmness and an apparent indifference ; they remember their own maxin), ' He that has reason od his side, need not talk loudly.' Love to one's own country is perfectly compatible with benevolent feelings to all mankind ; and the prosperity of this nation, with the prosperity of that. r V) Alexander Ibe Great, pajje 46 Alexandrian Library, 49. ■'p^^7t^^M\^\^2^^\[%"^" "'e *5"' vear of Jin-tsung, the arts of wiiclies and wizard.s, (women and men who pretended they could see spirits) were prohibited at Canton,' which was then called Kwang-nan. ^ In the 7th year, 12lh moon, of the reign of Ching-tsung, f-| ^ 7^ B^ An Eclipse of the sun, which the Astronomers predicted, did not lake pliice. He gained the affections of the army, usurped the name of Em- peror ; returned, and attacked his Master, who attempted resistance, but was defeated ; fled ; overtaken and murdered in a peasant's house. ^^ 1^ ^ IFB M; M\ ^^'^' "*^ ^"' Emperor of the How-han, was a foreigner of the ib K^ *-|] Sha-to tribe. It seems ^uite a mistake to think that attachment to one's own People is manifested by a vio- lent dislike of others. Still from this to deny that the country does not possess any of the charms of Europe, does not seem a fair conclusion.

There are also attached to him, ^a Tl J T'hung-pwan, rff (^ ^jr JV Foo-he S-keaou-show, a Teacher in the district school, other- wise called Mi Jj^ He O-ching, p)l ? But what they look on with intcrent and pleasure, can certainly have few charms for a foreigner, who is excluded from their families, and passed from Peking to Canton in a boat, under military escort. Canton Province, see Kwang-tung, 68 Canton city first walled in, 25. He made himself useful against the enemies of^ Tsin, obtained a high situation in the army, succeeded to the throne of the kingdom; destroyed the Leang Dynasty, and styled himself Emperor. He enjoyed this dignity three years, and was mur- dered by a kind of court buffoon, in the 33th year of his age. It was more that the course of nature was altered, than that the Imperial Astronomers were mistaken ! 938, p B (hi Mun-teg, or J^jj ^^Taoufoo, A kind of spell to drive away, or keep out evil spirits, introduced. When Truth and Knowledge shall universally prevail P Let us still cherish tbe pleasin, hope, that so desirable a slate of soc.et, will finally exist, and .hilst cherishing this hope, every serious mind . Prayer to the Almighty, God, " let thy ways he known upon the Earth, and ihy health amongst ail nations." TEE. j The last Emperors of the Dynasty yj^ Sung, were pursued by the conquering Tartar barbarians of the subsequent Dynasty tjq Yuen, to M M Hwuy-chow, in the Province of Canton. It consists of the four words j Bm ,/^ Shin-too, and ^^ ^ Yiih-luy, which are the names of two deities; one of which is pasted' against each side of the door. ^ /B^ Shih, the founder of the Dynasty Tsin, was a foreigner from the West. He gave sixteeir dis- tricts to the Tartars on condition that they should acknowledge him as Em- peror. 830 le; and 2000 Ic distant from tlie j^ ^ ^ ^ Russian frontier. Europe, which is the most scientific portion of the globe, is not yet free from selfiib and narrow prejudices ; ■ and to a person placed on the f Uistern verge of the Asiatic Continent, who hears little of the nations of Europe, but the distant rumour of their perpetual wars, with all their advantages, they appear still as rancorous against each other, as if they possessed no great principles of equity and justice to appeal to, or were too selfish and barbarous to do so.