2 edition of visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen found in the catalog.
visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen
|Statement||by the Rev. Theodore Hamberg.|
|LC Classifications||DS759 .H2 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 63, 30 double leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||38001145|
Before his arrival, a previous power struggle erupted into a battle that killed over 20, Nanjing residents and a leader of the Taiping government. Hong Kong boomed as the new arrivals built houses, drove up the rents on existing structures, founded new trading companies, and generally infused a vibrant new life into the city. They were caught and sentenced to death. Though he had shown strategic talent in the few campaigns he commanded, his ideas clashed with the pre-eminent military prince of the Taipings, Li Xiucheng. Sarah A. HansardFebruary 14,vol.
Ropp, Paola Zamperini, and Harriet T. Hong Xiuquan. However, in March 1. However, the fortifications of Guilin proved too strong, and Hong and his followers eventually gave up and set out northwards, towards Hunan. Lockhart] VII. Through four years of warfare on the mainland, they enjoyed a life dominated by books, sermons, and picnics.
Other missionaries whispered that if Hong Rengan could just get to Nanjing, he could be the one to correct their doctrines after everything he had learned in Hong Kong. Gray 1. These ideas, along with his clearly Protestant belief system, garnered the Taiping rebellion interest in Western circles. Long Shengyun, Xiangjun shigao, p. However, the instability of the region meant that Hong's followers were inevitably drawn into conflict with other groups, not least because of their predominately Hakka ethnicity. The authorities were alarmed at the growing size of the sect and ordered them to disperse.
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The powerbase of the movement had largely become split between the devout Taiping religious followers in Nanjing and the generals commanding the armies outside the city.
David McLean, letter of January 10,from Shanghai. Hong's followers emerged victorious and beheaded the Manchu commander of the government army.
But as though their builders had strayed too far from the protection of the settlement, the inhabitants of those houses sickened and died. Hong provided Hamberg with important information on the Visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen book rebellion, which Hamberg later used to write a book about the movement, The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection, published in Hong Kong in Visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen book advocated building railroads, gaining the support of Western powers, and building banks in the areas under Taiping rule.
Visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen book the schools run by the missionaries and in the books they translated to promote the strengths and discoveries of their own civilization, he learned about European and American ideas of political economy, visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen book, medicine, government administration, and even military science.
Moges, Recollections, pp. Most trade was suppressed, and some communal land ownership was introduced. Hong and his converts' acts were considered sacrilegious and they were persecuted by Confucians who forced them to leave their positions as village tutors.
The authorities were alarmed at the growing size of the sect and ordered them to disperse. They dreamed that he would restore their long-lost family glory, and several of his teachers worked without pay in hopes that their reward would come when he passed the exams and became an official.
It was an optimistic poem of departure, the voice of a solitary traveler finally awakened, preparing to rejoin his family and his congregation: The southern flight of wild geese awakens me from my bed, and I arise to confront the wind-blown sails and the shining banks of the river.
Hong and his converts' acts were considered sacrilegious and they were persecuted by Confucians who forced them to leave their positions as village tutors. An address was delivered on either the mercy of God, or the merits of Christ, and the people were exhorted to repent of their sins, to abstain from idolatry, and to serve God with sincerity of heart However, in March 1.
InHong failed the imperial examinations for the fourth and final time. Many Western missionaries grew jealous of Hong and his local ministry. Suttee in China IV. By the time they reached the Yangtze River cutting through central China in Januarythere were half a million of them, though Feng Yunshan and untold numbers of others had died along the way.
Milne, quoted in Montalto de Jesus, Historic Shanghai, p. Franz H. The State of our Relations with Japan. I much deplore the miseries of hell.Apart from a Manuscript dictionary of the Hakka dialect (Hakka-English, uncompleted) kept in the Archives of the Basel Mission, he has also written a General Account of Christian martyrs (apparently in Mandarin), and published books on the Taiping leader Hong Xiuquan: The Author: Christine Lamarre.
Jul 06, · 自从古伯察(Huc)的《在支那、鞑靼国和吐蕃的基督教》(Christianity in China, Tartary, and Thibet)以来,没有再出现一部基督宗教在华的通史。. Theodore Hamberg (Chinese: 韓山明 or 韓山文), was a Swedish missionary and author active in galisend.com is known for his role in having authored an important account on the early Taiping rebellion and for his role in establishing Christian missions in Guangdong province.
He also laid the foundations for the study of the Hakka dialect in the West. He is the younger brother of the Swedish.Reverend Issachar Jacox Roberts and the Taiping Rebellion YUAN Pdf TENG REVEREND Issachar Jacox Roberts was, as far as is known, the only Western teacher ever to instruct Hung Hsiu-ch'iian, the leader of the Taiping galisend.com by: Apr 28, · Report regarding the Chinese Union at Hongkong.
Hongkong: Printed at the Hongkong Register Office, The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection. Hongkong: The China mail office, 参考文献Hannich, Gustav. Treue bis ans Ende. Erlebnisse des schwedischen Missionars Theodor Hamberg in China.2/5.Find a book you like? Read an intriguing article from JSTOR last week?
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