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  • noun a city in northeastern China


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  • Of this we have an exceedingly interesting and conclusive illustration in the struggle still proceeding between the three Manchurian provinces, Fengtien, Kirin and

    The Fight for the Republic in China

  • Upon timber being shipped from Fengtien and Antung to Peking, it has to pay duties at five different places, the total amount of which aggregates 20 per cent, of its market value, while timber from

    The Fight for the Republic in China

  • Having the strongest provincial capital -- Moukden -- it has been Fengtien province which has encroached on the Mongolian grasslands to such an extent that its jurisdiction to-day envelops the entire western flank of Kirin province (as can be seen in the latest Chinese maps) in the form of a salamander, effectively preventing the latter province from controlling territory that geographically belongs to it.

    The Fight for the Republic in China

  • Fengtien jade trade Taiwan to Asia (5.2 kBP) Egyptians import cedars & obelisks (5-2 kBP)

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