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Page 187. --H-- S. I. 375. History of Japanese Literature. By W. G. Aston. Published by D. Appleton & Co., 1901. S. I. 62. History of Japan. Arles Japannensis. Being Remarkable Addresses by way of Embassy from the East-India Company of the United Province to the Emperor of Japan. Containing a description of their several territories, cities, temples, and fortresses, their religions, laws, and customs; their prodigious wealth, and gorgeous habits, the nature of their soil, plants, beasts, hills, rivers, and fountains with the characters of the ancient and modern Japanners. Collected out of their several writings and journals by Arnold Mantanus. Englished and adorned with above a hundred several sculptures by John Ogilby. Published by Theo. Johnson, White Fryers, England, 1670. S. I. 63. History of Japan. Giving an account of the ancient and present state and government of that empire of its temples, palaces, castles and other buildings, of its metals, minerals, trees, plants, animals, birds, fishes; of the chronology and successions of the emperors, ecclesiastical and secular. Together with a description of the Kingdom of Siam. Volumes I and II bound together. Written in High Ditch by Engelbertus Kaempfer, M.D. Translated by F. G. Scheuchzer, F.R.S., with the life of the author and an introduction. TO which is added part of a journal of a voyage to Japan made by the English in 1673. Printed by Thomas Woodward, London, 1728.
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