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The civil offices were recruited from those who passed the three examinations: Hiang-she (provincial), held triennially in the autumn; Hwai-she (metropolitan) held at Peking, in the spring;
Finally, the Portuguese settled on the island of Hiang-shan at Macao, either in 1553 or 1557.
Hiang of Tsin, whose reputation as a sort of Chinese Cicero is not far below that of Tsz-ch'an.
Sung provided one distinguished statesman in Hiang Suh, whose fame is bound up with a kind of Hague Disarmament or Peace Conference, which he successfully engineered in 546 B.C. (see Appendix No. 3).
Hiang ordered refreshments, and he and Yen-tsz sat down to a nice quiet little chat by themselves.
Madagascar was subjugated, and in 1895 the Province of Hiang-Hung was ceded by China.
-- which also appeared in that work; and besides these, the lines, which she had a short while back read in the Hsi Hiang Chi:
Hung Lou Meng, Book I Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books
+ Nan-hai, Mirs bay (Ta'p'ong-hai), Hiang-kiang (Hong Kong), Lappa, and Kwang-chou Bays;
Hiang had confided to each other their mutual sorrows (see
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