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Sui ahu, History of the Sui dynasty,
Sung shi, History of the Sung
dynasty, a.d. 960-1280.
Sz' yi kuan, ii. 149.
Ta ts'ing I t'ung chi, 206.
T'ang Si yii t'u chi, ii. 5.
Tang shu. History of the T'ang
dynasty, a.d. 618-907.
Tarikh Djihan kus
72, 73. 78, 134, 291.
Subashi, in Moghulistan, ii. 330.
Subutai, Mongol general, 279, 287,
289, 290, 293, 294, 297, 309, 312,
318, 319, 324, 330, 331.
Su chou, in Kan su, 160, 243 ; iL
147, 154, 177. 249, 313. 331Sudak, see Soldaya.
Sugar-cane in India, 2
Manchu dynasty, ii. 157.
Manchuria, ii. 173, 174.
Mangu, Great Khan, 109, 113, 158,
185, 302, 308, 310, 312, 315, 318 ;
Mangu Timur, Mongol prince, iL
Manilla, iL 320.
Mankerman (Kiev), 307, 308, 320.
Manna, iL 193, 255.
Mansur, Sultan o
K'o-tun, in Uiguria, 212.
Kozelsk, in Russia, 313, 315, 320.
Kua chou, in Kan su, 243 ; ii. 19,
Kuai trees, Juniperus, 56, 59.
K'uan Ch'e, Chinese envoy, ii. 237,
K'uan-sa, Mongol prince,ii. 15.
Kuan si,see T'ung kuan.
Kubilai Khan, 113, 158, 18
Hissar-Shaduman, ii. 315.
Hiung-nu, nation, 15, 32, 38 ; ii.178.
Ho, see Yellow river.
Ho-bo, in Dsungaria, 161.
Ho chou, see Huo chou, in Sz ch'uan,
Ho chung fu, Samarkand, 88.
Ho-dji, in Dsungaria, 298 ; ii.43.
Ho hu, son of Kuyuk Khan, 160.
to the followers of the doctrine of the Lord of Heaven,
namely, Zo Ya ku and T^ang Jo wang and others, to apop-int
a committee in order to rectifythe ancient methods of
calculation by means of the new system of the foreigners.
The emperor agreed, and in 1
an ardent propagator of the doctrine of the Lord of Heaven,
and attracted the people of all classes,officers as well as
the peasants in the villages. However, the Board of Kites
hated the followers of this religion,and was always dpios-ed
to put them to a
king of LU-sung, and begged the favour to occupy only as
much land for building houses on as could be covered
with the hide of an ox. The king, who did not take
umbrage at this demand, assented, and then the efiogr-ners
cut the hide of an ox into narrow s
in this city (the Jesuit missionaries, see farther on). In
concluding the account of the Fo-lang-ghi the Ming shi
states that they were formerly adherents of the Buddhist
religion,but subsequently accepted the faith of the Lord
Besides the part
drive them out.^"^ Farther on the same record states that
^'^ A contemporary Chinese account of tlie same events, i.e.,the first
arrival of the Portuguese in China, has been translated by the late W. F.
Mayers in *' Notes and Queries on China and Japan,"
elevated, and it never freezes, notwithstanding the severe winters in these
regions. The bottom of the lake contains a good deal of iron ore, which
is thrown out by the waves, and which the Kirghizes manufacture into
1037 The history of Kashgar in t
border the Tarim basin to the west, and which connect the T' ien shan with,
the Kun lun range. On the way from Kashgar to the Pauiir, followed by
Forsytli,there is,south-west of Task kurgan, a pass called N/'sa Task devan,.
which latter name resembles the
Elder Khan," succeeded to his father as Grand Khan, and reigned over
the tribes which had entered Tashkend and Sairam, or that dwelt in the
neighbouring steppes. But his younger son, Stdtan Ahmed, or
Younger Khan," continued to govern the tribes tha
nameh adds that Yulduz is a place of great delight and pleasure ; the
many delicious fountains and abundance of pasture render the living
therein very agreeable. The beauty of its fountains is the reason of its
name, for Yulduz means
" the Morning Star."
road to Maralbushi.
232 CHINA'S INTERCOURSE WITH THE WEST.
lian desert),had reached the Fu yil rh hai^'^it happened
that several hundred merchants from Sa-ma-rh-han fell
They at length arrived in the province of Audje in Moghulistan. All the
224 CHINA'S INTERCOURSE WITH THE WEST.
in Chinese translations of Buddhist works. See note
The emperor Yung lo in 1405 despatched an envoy to
that country ; but owing to tlie great distance, no beam-ssy
from there was seen in China.
After this the
hill produces a particularsound similar to that of distant thunder. Cpaomr-e
also about Sha chou, p. 18, and with respect to the rumbling hsailndl,the report of a Chinese envoy of the tenth century, translated by
Remusat in his "Ville de Khotan," p. 77. A
"^ There is evidently a mistake in the figures. Przewalsky ("Tibet,'*
93) visited Sha chou in June 1879. He states that Sha chou is also called
Tun huang. Lieutenant Kreitner, who reached Tun huang hicn in the
same year a few months earlier,state