By Jukichi Inouye
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Book Information: Inouye, Jukichi. A Concise background of the battle among Japan and China. Indiana: Repressed Publishing LLC, 2012.
Original Publishing: Inouye, Jukichi. A Concise background of the struggle among Japan and China. Osaka: Z. Mayekawa, 1895.
Subject: Chinese-Japanese conflict, 1894-1895
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On the Suwon, which is only about 10 miles from Kwochhon. , and arrived Chinwi at coolies and beasts noon, a At Suwon, though the Corean Govern- miles. ment authorised the Japanese army to at employ of burden free of charge, the commander paid them all for their work, to the great joy of the Coreans. For the remainder of the day the troops were allowed to rest themselves on the grass, as The outposts were there were no houses to accommodate them. strictly guarded ; and at 4 o'clock next morning (28th), the army ( 21 ) began to move and soon arrived at Chhilwon, which is five miles distant.
With the intention evidently of taking refuge there if works, But the sudden charges of the Japanwere beaten back. they ese gave them no time to run fled, leaving their flags behind. the main had their within the parapets. They a high hill to the left of within which the Chinese On camp was a thick wood, As it commanded guns. the Japanese army, which camp within, a sudden without suspecting any approached of cannon and small-arms took volley it the latter by surprise. This camp held out longest.
On examination, she was found to be a British steamer, Kowshing, which had been chartered by the Chinese Government and was carrying over 1,100 Chinese The troops and stores from Taku to Asan. to follow her to the Main Squadron, but Naniwa ordered her Galsworthy, commanding the vessel, replied that the Chinese on board prevented him and were for returning to Taku. Captain The captain and Chinese the crew were threatened with death by the All attempts to take the ship were therefore useless as the Chinese refused to surrender and if they left the vessel.
A Concise history of the war between Japan and China (1895) by Jukichi Inouye