S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington,
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ACROSS CHRYS. [chap. xViI.
the solid rock, the face-walls are of brick, the framework of wood, and the roof tiled. It forms altogether quite a handsome structure, for these parts, and its position has been well chosen.
At this place for the first time we saw a priest, a remarkably dirty, ill-kempt, glazed-eyed man, on whom either malignant fever, or opium, had left its marka probably the latter !
the large cave-temple at shee-tung.the large cave-temple at shee-tung.