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" ... as he pleases ; and though the offspring of the latter possess many of the rights of legitimacy (ranking however after the children of the wife), this circumstance makes little difference as to the truth of the position. Even in the present romance,... "
The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its Inhabitants - Sayfa 279
Sir John Francis Davis tarafından - 1836 - 459 sayfa
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The Fortunate Union: A Romance, 1-2. ciltler

1829 - 520 sayfa
...a title, espoused with ceremonies, and chosen from a rank of life, totally different from his Tsee, or handmaids, of whom he may have as many or as few...fiction, therefore, (and of these there are many,) which des cribes a man espousing two wives, is in this respect no truer a picture of existing manners, than...
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The Quarterly review, 41. cilt

1829
...from a rank of life, totally different from his handmaids, or mistresses, of whom he may have as many as he pleases ; and though the offspring of the latter...Even in the present romance, the profligate rival of the hero aims at effecting his union with the heroine, only by setting aside his previous marriage...
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The Chinese: A General Description of China and Its Inhabitants, 2. cilt

John Francis Davis - 1840 - 383 sayfa
...inasmuch as the hero espouses but one wife. It is not strictly true that their laws sanction polygamg, though they permit concubinage. A Chinese can have...circumstance makes little difference as to the truth of ihe position. Even in the present romance, the proffigate rival aims at effecting his union with the...
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Ten Thousand Things on China and the Chinese: Being a Picture of the Genius ...

Barnum's Chinese Museum - 1850 - 206 sayfa
...Marriage. Polygamy. life totally different from his ' Tsii,' or handmaids, of whom he may have as many as he pleases : and though the offspring of the latter...the children of the wife,) this circumstance makes but little difference as to the truth of the position. In fact, the wife is of equal rank with the...
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THE BOOK OF THE WORLD : BEING AN ACCOUNT OF ALL REPUBLICS, EMPIRES, KINGDOMS ...

RICHARD S. FISHER - 1852
...only one legal wife, but he may have as many tsie or concubines as he pleases, or can afford ; and the offspring of the latter possess many of the rights of legitimacy. The wife is espoused with regular marriage ceremonies, is the equal of her husband in rank, and possesses...
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The Travels and Adventures of Celebrated Travelers in the Principal ...

Henry Howe - 1854 - 804 sayfa
...permitted ; a man can have only one legal wife, but h« may have as many concubines as he pleases ; and the offspring of the latter possess many of the rights of legitimacy. The concubine is bought for money, and is taken into the house nearly as any other domestic. The wives...
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Chinese miscellanies, essays and notes

sir John Francis Davis (1st bart.) - 1865
...from a rank of life totally different from his handmaids or mistresses, of whom he may have as many as he pleases ; and though the offspring of the latter...position. Even in the present romance the profligate rival of the hero aims at effecting his union with the heroine only by setting aside his previous marriage...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1829
...from a rank of life, totally different from his handmaids, or mistresses, of whom he may have as many as he pleases ; and though the offspring of the latter...Even in the present romance, the profligate rival of the hero aims at effecting his union with the heroine, only by setting aside his previous marriage...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

1830
...a title, espoused with ceremonies, and chosen from a rank of life totally different from his tsee, or handmaids, of whom he may have as many or as few...little difference as to the truth of the position. In fact, the wife is of equal rank with her husband by birth, and espoused with regular marriage-ceremonies...
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