The Chinese Army; With Details Respecting Their Organization, Locations, Pay, Efficiency, &c

 
9781130664270: The Chinese Army; With Details Respecting Their Organization, Locations, Pay, Efficiency, &c

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 edition. Excerpt: ...the Metropolitan corps. These have no troops assigned to them in the Inquiry, and the existence of some is certainly contingent only on his Majesty's tours or hunting excursions, of which, during. the last thirty years, there have been few if any. I shall notice briefly the military organization of the Mongolian feudatories of China, before I proceed to the army of the Green Standard. _ The appointments to the higher commands ofthe difl'e_rent divisions whose nature and vocation have been roughly reviewed above, are made by his Majesty on the motion either ofthe Gu1rd's Otiice,or the Board of War, which present lists of the Bannermen, by rank or otfice eligible, as vacancies occur. Captains-general, or Ministers of Guardsr, are thus nominated by the Guard'sOflice; the Board gives in the names of otficers fit to succeed to the posts of Minister over Artillery and Musketeers, Captain-general of Banners, the Gend-trmery, Leading and Flank Divisions, or nomads; offti-ttitung of a Banner, garrison, or nomads; and of tsiringkiun of garrisons. A hmgling, or Captain-general ofguwrds, may be made from Minister, or Minister-extra of Guards (see p. 6), Captain-general of the corps named above, or tsitingkiun of Banner garrisons. A Minister, fr-urn it Minister-extra. Either of the-two last maybe made Minister over the Artillery lsndi Musketeers; so nny Capt tins-general of the Leading and Flank Divisions; and, if Manchus or Mongols, of the Banners. Ttitung, Captains-general of the Manchu Banners, may be made from Mongol tfitung of the same' wing, (see page 2); Manchus who are ttitung of H tnkirtn Banners; tungling, Captains-general of the Gendarmery, Leading, and Flank Divisions; Manchu fti-ttitung of 'Banners, whether...

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Descripción RareBooksClub. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 46 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 edition. Excerpt: . . . the Metropolitan corps. These have no troops assigned to them in the Inquiry, and the existence of some is certainly contingent only on his Majestys tours or hunting excursions, of which, during. the last thirty years, there have been few if any. I shall notice briefly the military organization of the Mongolian feudatories of China, before I proceed to the army of the Green Standard. The appointments to the higher commands ofthe diflerent divisions whose nature and vocation have been roughly reviewed above, are made by his Majesty on the motion either ofthe Gu1rds Otiice, or the Board of War, which present lists of the Bannermen, by rank or otfice eligible, as vacancies occur. Captains-general, or Ministers of Guardsr, are thus nominated by the GuardsOflice; the Board gives in the names of otficers fit to succeed to the posts of Minister over Artillery and Musketeers, Captain-general of Banners, the Gend-trmery, Leading and Flank Divisions, or nomads; offti-ttitung of a Banner, garrison, or nomads; and of tsiringkiun of garrisons. A hmgling, or Captain-general ofguwrds, may be made from Minister, or Minister-extra of Guards (see p. 6), Captain-general of the corps named above, or tsitingkiun of Banner garrisons. A Minister, fr-urn it Minister-extra. Either of the-two last maybe made Minister over the Artillery lsndi Musketeers; so nny Capt tins-general of the Leading and Flank Divisions; and, if Manchus or Mongols, of the Banners. Ttitung, Captains-general of the Manchu Banners, may be made from Mongol tfitung of the same wing, (see page 2); Manchus who are ttitung of H tnkirtn Banners; tungling, Captains-general of the Gendarmery, Leading, and Flank Divisions; Manchu fti-ttitung of Banners, whether. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781130664270

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