1 edition of Van-Ti, the Chinese magistrate found in the catalog.
Van-Ti, the Chinese magistrate
Library"s copy formerly in the collection of the Brothers" Library, Charter House and signed by Nat Schmulowitz.
|Other titles||Van-Ti and other tales|
|Series||Parker"s collections in popular literature|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
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Van-Ti, The Chinese Magistrate: And Other Tales Of Other Countries () Paperback – Septem Author: Van-Ti. Book digitized by Van-Ti from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Van-ti, the Chinese magistrate; and other tales of other countries by Van-ti.
Publication date Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English. Book Pages: One of the most celebrated historical magistrates was Judge Dee, who lived in the seventh century A.D. This book, written in the eighteenth century by a person well versed in the Chinese legal code, chronicles three of Judge Dee's most celebrated cases, interwoven to form a novel/5(53).
In this, the second book in Robert van Gulik's classic mystery series of ancient China, Judge Dee must look into the murder of his predecessor. His job is complicated by the simultaneous disappearance of his chief clerk and the new bride of a wealthy local shipowner.4/5. THE STRANGE CASES OF MAGISTRATE PAO.
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The District Magistrate in Late Imperial China Ch'ing administration is becoming a major field of inquiry within the Western study of Chinese civilization. Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan: Charles E. Tuttle Company, Octavo, cloth-backed boards. First edition.
Six tales translated from the Chinese and retold by Comber. Magistrate Pao was a Van-Ti eleventh century Chinese detective, prosecuting attorney, judge and jury all in one flap copy. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing to edges.
# Paper presented at the Panel "The Language of Satire" at the ICLA Meeting in Vienna, County magistrate (simplified Chinese: 县令; traditional Chinese: 縣令; pinyin: xiànlìng or simplified Chinese: 县长; traditional Chinese: 縣長; pinyin: xiànzhǎng) sometimes called local magistrate, in imperial China was the official in charge of the xian, or county, the lowest level of central government.
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Judge Dee (also, Judge Di) is a semi-fictional character based on the historical figure Di Renjie, county magistrate and statesman of the Tang court. The character appeared in the 18th-century Chinese detective and gong'an crime novel Di Gong Robert van Gulik came across it in an antiquarian book store in Tokyo, he translated the novel into English and then used the style and First appearance: Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lu, Jia, approximately approximately B.C. Chinese mirror for magistrates. Canberra: Faculty of Asian Studies, Australian National University: Distributed by Bibliotech, Australian National University, The Shanghai International Settlement (Chinese: usually a consular officer, would sit with the Chinese magistrate and in many cases acted like a judge.
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A magistrate was chosen among the best and brightest in the country. He had passed the all-important national examinations at the highest level. Once assigned to the office of magistrate, he remained in any one location for only three years at a.
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Eun Oh has the ability of seeing ghosts, so he's used to be bothered by many kind of ghosts. As a result he isn’t afraid of ghosts anymore/. In order to protect the tiger from the hunters' arrows and spears, the magistrate ordered a large copper pendent made to hang around the beast's neck.
The words "Fu Chee" were engraved on the pendent meaning Tiger Son. To show her deep gratitude, Chen Ma knelt down in front of the magistrate and knocked her forehead three times.
Then she led Fu. Attorney-General Martin Pakula today announced the appointment of Charles Tan and Meagan Keogh to the Magistrates’ Court. Mr Tan has 18 years of experience as a barrister working largely in the Magistrates’ Court, Children’s Court and County Court.
He .Based on an Ancient Chinese Tale by Po Chung-ling. #N#Once there was an elderly widow, Chen Ma, who lived with her only son inside a forest in the Shanxi Province. Her son was one of the tiger hunters licensed by the local magistrate, following the same profession of his father and grandfather before him.
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