|Exile in Mid-Qing China : banishment to Xinjiang, 1758-1820|
|Pub. Location||New Haven, CT||Publisher||Yale University Press|
|Date||1991||Phys. Desc.||xv, 267 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.|
|Location||Reading Room||Call Number||DS793.S62 W22 1991|
|Exile in Mid-Qing China : banishment to Xinjiang, 1758-1820 / Joanna Waley-Cohen.|
Includes bibliographical references (p.241-258), index glossaries of terms, titles, personal and place names.
Keywords: Xinjiang and expansion of empire in the 18th century; exile prior to the Qing dynasty; law and exile policy; journey into exile, lives of Xinjiang convicts, disgraced offiicials, collective responsibilty; the case of Lü Liulang 呂留郎 ; 1806 regulations concerning the Right of Return; period of exile served by disgraced officials in exile in 1794; tatoos used on convicts; Ji Yun; Hong Liangji; positions formerly held by civilian and military officials in exile (1794), cost of convict transmission in Gansu and Hami 1761, 1765. Criminals and criminal law, punishment.