qHuang Liu-hung was one of some 1, 500 local magistrates in seventeenth-century China, and he wrote this book as a manual for other magistrates ... In it readers will find insight into everyday life and legal processes during the early Ch'ing period, as well as into the mentality of the ruling elite and its attitude toward the common people ... Also provides a basis for comparing China's present with its past, particularly in matters concerning the pursuit of ideological conformity and political controlq--From publisher description.A Manual for Local Magistrates in Seventeenth-Century China Liuhong Huang Chu Djang. it as a separate topic because of its importance; this system is the best device for suppressing bandits, apprehending fugitive slaves, and ... Students who took the civil service examinations were required to reproduce verbatim these sixteen maxims. ... (Precedents and regulations supplementary to the collected statutes of the great Cha#39;ing dynasty, 1, 200 chiian, 1899), chiian 397. duties areanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Complete Book Concerning Happiness and Benevolence|