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Taiwan fu zhi fang hui bian : Taiwan sheng / Gu Yanwu, Chen Menglei, Hong Liangji deng zuan
臺灣府職方彙編: 臺灣省 / 顧炎武,陳夢雷,洪亮吉等纂
Bib ID 3042466
Format BookBook
Edition Tai 1 ban. 
臺1版. 
Description Taibei shi : Cheng wen chu ban she, Minguo 73 [1984] 
臺北市 : 成文出版社, 民國73 [1984] 
144, 80, [9] pages : maps ; 27 cm. 
Series

Zhongguo fang zhi cong shu. Taiwan di qu ; di 42 hao.

中國方志叢書. 臺灣地區 ; 第42 號.

Notes

Reprint of 5 works.

Subjects Taiwan -- History -- To 1895.
Other authors/contributors Gu, Yanwu, 1613-1682  |  Chen, Menglei, 1651-  |  Hong, Liangji, 1746-1809

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