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punishments of China illustrated by twenty-two engravings: with explanations in English and French. by George Henry Mason

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Published by Printed for W. Miller by W. Bulmer in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Punishment -- China.,
  • Crime -- China.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination[54] p., 22 leaves of col. plates :
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16317733M

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The Punishments Of China, Illustrated By Engravings: With Explanations In English And French [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Punishments Of China, Illustrated By Engravings: With Explanations In English And French Author: Anonymous. (* mm). (Colas Prideaux ). Mason's text is based on his own experiences in Canton in At the time he was there, foreigners were not allowed access to the China beyond the borders of the visitor's compounds. Mason, however, was able to gain some information from interacting with the Hong merchants of Canton.   The NY Public Library has scans of an book from China that shows 22 engravings of common punishment methods of the day. Shown here: a malefactor enduring the "punishment of the wooden collar.". This book is designed to introduce law students, legal actors and human rights activists, particularly participants in human rights dialogues with China, to the process and reality of a newly confident China’s participation in the international human rights system, albeit with Cited by: 2.

Conveyed to prison A caged malefactor Twisting criminals ear Chinese book of Punishments Citation.   More horrible stuff from China I promise I don't hate China as much as my collection of hard drive detritus might seem to suggest. I have a scan of the frontispiece, so I know the book they're from is The Punishments of China– it also says "Illustrated with twenty-two engravings and explanations in English and. Wooden Collar. The book of punishment was used in China in BC. It is a collection of engraved plates, each of them depicting a punishment, along with a list of crimes that warrants it. The book contains 22 separate punishments. Most crimes committed in China during this time would get you beheaded, but some small things like petty theft. The Punishments of China, Illustrated by Twenty-two Engravings. London: William Miller, [i.e., circa ]. Folio (/2 by /2 inches), contemporary full straight-grain burgundy morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spine, all edges gilt. $ Later edition of this survey of the punishments of China.

Punishment, Incapacitative Punishment, Socialist China from to the Twenty-first Century Economic Sanctions, Incapacitative Sanctions, The purpose of this book is to explore punishments from a comparative historical perspective. We describe the purposes and types of punishmentsFile Size: KB.   Illustrations: 22 hand-colored stipple-engraved plates by J. Dadley. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark IIPages: During the Qin Dynasty ( BC – BC), punishments became even more rigorous under the first emperor of unified China, Qin Shi Huang ( BC – BC). In order to uphold his rule, strict laws were enforced, where deception, libel, and the study of banned books became punishable by familial extermination. The Five Punishments for female offenders [ edit ] Xíngchōng (刑舂), where the offender was forced to grind grain. Zǎnxíng (拶刑), also known as (zǎnzhĭ 拶指), squeezing of the fingers between sticks. Zhàngxíng (杖刑), beating with wooden staves. Cìsǐ (賜死), forced suicide. Gōngxíng (宮刑), sequestration or.