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The visit of the Teshoo lama to Peking. Ch'ien Lung's inscription.

Author: Qianlong, Emperor of China; Ernest Ludwig
Publisher: Peking, Tientsin Press, 1904.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Qianlong, Emperor of China, 1711-1799.
Visit of the Teshoo lama to Peking.
Peking, Tientsin Press, 1904
(OCoLC)608872586
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Qianlong, Emperor of China; Ernest Ludwig
OCLC Number: 4706702
Notes: With Chinese text and translation of the "Inscription on the stone tablet in the eastern pavilion of the western Yellow Temple." The inscription refers to the visit of the third Tashi lama to Peking toward the end of the eighteenth century.
"Appendix with explanation of the names of the Dalai and Tashi lamas": p. 49-88.
Description: 88 pages 19 cm
Responsibility: Translated by Ernest Ludwig.

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