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Ming ji shi lu : si juan / Gu Yanwu zhuan
明季寔錄 : 四卷 / 顧炎武撰
Bib ID 3572090
Format BookBook
Author
Gu, Yanwu, 1613-1682
顧炎武, 1613-1682
 
Description [Beijing] : Beijing chu ban she, [2000] 
[北京] : 北京出版社, [2000] 
p. 1-77 ; 27 cm. 
Series

Si ku wei shou shu ji kan. Di 2 ji ; 21.

四庫未收書輯刊. 第2輯 ; 21.

Notes

Ju Qing Chao ben ying yin.

Each page represents two folded leaves in the original.

Yu xia lie deng tong ben: Ming mo ji shi bu yi.

據淸鈔本影印.

每面載原書兩葉.

與下列等同本: 明末紀事補遺.

Subjects China -- History -- Ming dynasty, 1368-1644.
Also Titled

Ming ji shi lu.

明季實錄.

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