Eminent Chinese of the Ch'ing Period 1644-1912, Volume 1 by Arthur W. Hummel

By Arthur W. Hummel

Contributors comprise: ok. Biggerstaff, H. Dubs, J.K. Fairbank, Fang Chao-ying, L.C.Goodrich, Hu Shih, T.Numata, E. Swisher, Teng Ssu-yu, C.M. Wilbur, H. Wilhelm. Hummel’s biographical dictionary continues to be the only imperative reference software for chinese language heritage when you consider that 1644. It used to be first released in 1943–44. ‘The most sensible historical past of China of the final three hundred years’ – Hu Shih.

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Bli 3t,1,1 FANG CHAO-YING AN, Prince. See under Yolo. AN-tsung Chien Huang-ti, temple and posthumous names of Chu Yu-sung [q. ]. ANFIYANGGU :J('tfli; (Jit), 1559-1622, Aug. 7, was one of the earliest companions of Nurhaci [q. ]. Mj) people to tempt him to rebel. Behind this statement lies a bitter dissention in Nurhaci's own clan which the official Ch 'ing historians tried to conceal. lelili#f Jr:~~- Pa-ch'i Man-chou shih-tsu t'ungp'u, 80 + 2 chuan, completed early in 1745. $, had settled, and it seems probable that Anfiyanggu was one of Desiku's descendants.

Fl and finally to Chang Ch'i. Owing to his admiration for the famous work, 25 "*r. Chang Chang The people of Chang-ch'iu were fond of litigation and during his brief tenure more than two thousand cases were brought to court. His decisions were usually accepted as final. In 1826 there was a famine in the district of Kuan-t'ao, Shantung, and the district magistrate, fearful of an uprising, deserted his post. Chang Ch'i, being sent as acting magistrate, immediately started relief by distribution of grain to the poor.

In 1648 he and Ajige [q. ] were commissioned to inquire into the situation in Mongolia, but a rebellion broke out simultaneously in Tatung, Shansi, and both laid siege to the city. When Dorgon personally conducted the siege of Tatung in 1649 he made Bolo a prince of the first degree, and placed him in command of an expedition to suppress another uprising in the same province. When the insurgents were subdued (late in 1649) Bolo returned to Peking. In the following year he was entrusted with the supervision of the Six Boards of the central government but was soon degraded to the rank of a prince of the second degree for failure to inform against the president of a Board, who had disobeyed orders.

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