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national air saluted him as the soldiers presented arms. On descending from his sedan chair his lordship was met by Prince Kung, the Emperor's brother, who saluted in the usual manner of the Chinese, by extending the two arms forward with hands together, the Earl raising his hat. His lordship then walked towards the further end of the hall and took the seat of honor placed there for him, at the same time motioning the Prince to take the lower eat, about fifteen feet on his right. Sir Hope Grant occupied a chair on Lord Elgin's right. A table, covered with tawdry embroidered cloth, stood before each. At and behind a row of similar tables running from the back to the front, staff and other officers and visitors sat or stood, to witness the ceremony, and on the opposite side the Princes of the Council and mandarins of various buttons and feathers took up a similar position. Between the two stood the attaches of the embassy, interpreters and others engaged in the ceremony, at a