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" You wish that all the Chinese should become Christians, and indeed your creed demands it. I am well aware of this, but in that event what would become of us ? Should we not soon be merely the subjects of your kings... "
The History of China - Pāgina 652
per Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1898
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1893 - 436 pāgines
...way responsible for it. But then you were very few in numbers. In fact there were only one or tw.< of you, and you had not your people and churches in...of your kings ? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you. and in a time of trouble they would listen to no other voice than yours....
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1893 - 436 pāgines
...dared say nothing on the subject. But if you knew how to beguile my father, do not hope to be'able to deceive me in the same manner. You wish that all...of your kings? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and in a time of trouble they would listen to no other voice than yours....
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Christian Missions in China

Charles Sumner Estes - 1895 - 61 pāgines
...once addressed an edict to the missionaries: "You wish that all Chinamen should become Christians, but in that event what would become of us? Should we not be soon merely subjects of your king? The converts you have already made recognize no one but you....
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China

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - 1899 - 456 pāgines
...them ? . . . You wish that all the Chinese should become Christians, and indeed your creed commands it. I am well aware of this, but in that event what...of your kings ? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and in a time of trouble they would listen to no other voice but yours. ......
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1900 - 436 pāgines
...bonzes and lamas into your country in order to preach their doctrines ? How would you receive them ? Ricci came to China in the first year of Wanleh. I...of your kings ? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and in a time of trouble they would listen to no other voice than yours....
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles de Kavanagh Boulger - 1900 - 436 pāgines
...able to deceive me in the same manner. You wish that all the Chinese should become Christians, ancl indeed your creed demands it. I am well aware of this,...of your kings ? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and in a time of trouble they would listen to no other voice than yours....
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The People of China: Their Country, History, Life, Ideas, and Relations with ...

John William Robertson Scott - 1900 - 198 pāgines
...receive them ? You wish that all the Chinese should become Christians, and indeed your creed commands it. I am well aware of this, but in that event what would become of us ? Should we not be merely subjects of your kings ? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and...
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Progress of India, Japan, and China in the Century

Sir Richard Temple - 1902 - 510 pāgines
...churches were raised on all sides and that your doctrines spread with rapidity. . . . You wish that all Chinese should become Christians, and indeed your...of your kings ? The converts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and in time of trouble they would listen to no other voice than yours. ......
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Progress of India, Japan, and China in the Century

Sir Richard Temple - 1903 - 510 pāgines
...churches were raised on all sides and that your doctrines spread with rapidity. . . . You wish that all Chinese should become Christians, and indeed your...not soon be merely the subjects of your kings ? The con verts you have made already recognise nobody but you, and in time of trouble they would listen...
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From the Manchu conquest to the recognition of the republic, A. D. 1913

Herbert Henry Gowen - 1913
..."You wish," he said, "that all the Chinese should become Christians, and indeed your creed commands it. I am well aware of this, but in that event what...we not soon be merely the subjects of your kings?" Consequently, a hostile edict was issued in 1724 and the missionaries obeyed the decree of banishment...
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