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ions of a Journey through Tartary, Thibet, and China," that we understand with what propriety the Yce in prosperity, is as essentially Yankee as Chinese. The Chinese robbers, it must be admitteChinese robbers, it must be admitted, are more polite than the raiders of Kantz, Hunter, and Sheridan, but not more than the nation inding town, they are immediately surrounded by Chinese, who almost drag them into their houses. Thee to convince them of the good faith of their Chinese brothers. At this dinner, all the corruptiond States. M. Huc has something to say of Chinese soldiers. An immense caravan which he accompanied to Thibet was escorted by three hundred Chinese soldiers and two hundred brave Tartars. "The Chinese soldiers," says he, "acquitted themselves of their duty like true Chinese. For fear of anyChinese. For fear of any disagreeable reencounter, they kept themselves prudently at the rear of the caravan, and there sunse to their imperial master. A distinguished Chinese official said to M. Huc, "Our Emperor cannot