A sketch of a Chinese comedian performing his part before the the British Ambassador, December 19, 1793, at Canton.
Empress of China with a diadem and long pendants. A concubine and a servant. Interior. Furniture.
The similarity between the Buddhist faith and the Roman Catholic churches may be traced even more minutely than this. “Buddhists everywhere have their monasteries and nunneries, their baptism, celibacy and tonsure, their rosaries, chaplets, relics, and charms, their fast-days and processions, their confessions, mass, requiems, and litanies, and, especially in Tibet, even their cardinals, and their pope.”
The native opium grown in China, is generally considered the most inferior, and the Indian opium, especially Malwa and Patna, the best.
THE DYING COOLIE 1897.