MODERN ASIAN STUDIES REVIEW Vol.5 新たなアジア研究に向けて5号
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icihiyara, jalan sirara baitalabure hafan, nadan jergi nonggiha, gπsin jakπn jergi ejehe, gung de emu jergi nonggiha, fu jeo fu de tehe, amban hoo ioi lin i gingguleme wesimburengge, dergi hese be gingguleme dahara jalin. amban bi tuwaci, abkai wehiyehe ilaci aniya ninggun biyade, tai jeo fu i harangga kadalara lin hai hiyan i hai men guwan furdan i bade eyeme isinaha jung šan gurun i i i niyalmai cuwan emke, cuwan i da niyalma sin yuwan žin ye, cuwan i dorgi cuwan i uncehen be tuwancihiyara, cuwan, šurure niyalma, ioi na ling ni jergi orin sunja niyalma, kamciha hπdai niyalma ši men i jergi duin niyalma gung gu doo sere baci je bele, kubun, morin udafi cuwan be šurume gurun de bederere de, amba edun delasihibufi siltan moo mokcofi eyeme jegiyang ni mederi de isinaha manggi, cuwan efujehe turgunde, neneme harangga hiyan ci alanaha manggi, nenehe tušan i dzungdu gi dzeng yπn, gπnin akπmbume bilume gosi, hacin acinggiyafi cuwan be dasatame weile, anggalai bele, etuku, jaka bahabufi bithe bufi fugiyan de unggifi gurun de bederebu seme pilehe,In (English)...○ Hao Yulin, Minister of Defense, Right Vice Censor-in-Chief of the Censorate, Governor-General of Fujian and Zheijian Provinces and Surrounding Areas, Overseer of Food Production, 世襲騎都尉, raised by seven ranks, 紀録三八次, 功加一等, Minister resident to Fuzhou-fu, 臣, shall solemnly present a memorial to the throne. This is done in reverent compliance with the Imperial Edict. An investigation by the official (the Viceroy of Min-Zhe who was in Fuzhou, Fujian Province) discovered the presence of a ship carrying Yi people from Zhongshan adrift in in the waters of Linhai, which is within the jurisdiction of Taizhou-fu. The captain’s name was 新垣仁也. There was a crew of twenty-five men; twenty-four oarsmen, and one helmsman named 与那嶺. The ship was also carrying four passengers, one of whom was a merchant named 石門. Having purchased crushed rice (millet), cotton, and horses from a place called Miyakojima, the crew set sail for home. Midway through their return voyage, their ship was battered by a heavy storm, their mast broke, and they fell adrift. After drifting all the way to the waters off Zhejiang, the ship was in a heavily damaged state. Therefore, after making a report from Linhai, the former viceroy Ji Cengjun affixed a postscript to the report that stated, “Make an earnest effort to assist the sailors. Use funds to repair the ship. See to it that the men have sufficient rice, clothing, and other necessities, ask them to take with them the ziwen (report delivered by the head of a government on affairs of state) send them to Fujian and then on home.”Finally, the Chinese text:兵部尚書・兼都察院右副都御史・総督福建浙江等処地方軍務・兼理粮餉・世襲騎都尉・加一ママ級・紀録三十八次・功加一等・駐箚福州府・臣・郝玉麟、謹題為欽奉上諭事。該臣看得乾隆三年六月内、合ママ州府属之臨海県海門関地方飄到中山国彜船一隻、船主新垣仁也・船内舵水与那嶺等二十五名・附搭客人石門等四名、在宮古島、買有小米・棉花・馬匹、開船回国、遭飄折飄泊浙洋、船隻損壊。先拠該県具詳、経前督臣嵆曾筠批飭、加意撫恤、動項修整船隻、資給口粮衣装、給咨赴閩、帰国去。008MODERN ASIAN STUDIES REVIEW Vol.5

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