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Variants of five Chinese characters (為,此,所,能,兼) found in the Imperial Dictionary
Reproduced in Urh-chĭh-tsze-tëen-se-yĭn-pe-keáou; being a parallel drawn between the two intended Chinese dictionaries; by the Rev. Robert Morrison, and Antonio Montucci, LL. D.
reproduced in 1817
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