James Seguin De Benneville. giving and raiding the Koreans make no bones at other periods of their history, but are absolutely silent as to this particular time. ... to start Jingo off to Korea by way of the Bay of Naniha (Osaka), and cheerfully wreck her fleet atWada Point (near Kobe), ... The bow-strings are then ostentatiously broken, which the other side take as a sign of truce and unbend their own bows.
|Title||:||Saitō Mussashi-bō Benkei. (Tales of the wars of the Gempei)|
|Author||:||James Seguin De Benneville|