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Yong-le: Year 7, Month 1, Day 21

5 Feb 1409

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In Jiao-zhi, the following were established: 1. The Guang-chu Granary in Qing-hua Prefecture, the Qiu-wen Granary in Qiu-wen County and the Zhen-yi Granary in Ji-ling County. 2. Fourteen police offices at: Niu-bi Pass in Lei River County, Hui-chao Sea-port in Gu-hong County, Zhi-long Sea-port and Shen-tou Sea-port in Zhi-e County, Tian-jia Sea-port in Yuan-jue County, Jing-chen River-port in Ting-he County, Chuo-kou (Alt: Zhui-kou) and Da-quan (Alt: Da-jin) River-port in Gu-lan County, Zhen-yi Pass in Ji-ling County, Po-lei Pass in Yuan County, Bo-hua River-port in Shui-lang County, Ning Bridge in Ying-ping County, Yun-tun in Yun-tun County and A-lu-kou in Kuai Subprefecture. 3. Four salt tax offices at An-lao, An-he, Zhi-feng and Tong-an, all under the Jiao-zhi Salt Distribution Supervisorate. 4. Two postal relay horse stations at Lu-liu in Yong-ning County and at Ke-lu in Song River County. 5. Postal relay stations at Qiu-wen in Qiu-wen County, Dong-zhan in Dong County and Tuo-lian in Ji-ling County. 6. A commercial tax office in Shui-lang County. Appropriate official posts were also established.

Tai-zong: juan 87.3a-b

Zhong-yang Yan-jiu yuan Ming Shi-lu, volume 11, page 1155/56

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Geoff Wade, translator, Southeast Asia in the Ming Shi-lu: an open access resource, Singapore: Asia Research Institute and the Singapore E-Press, National University of Singapore, http://epress.nus.edu.sg/msl/reign/yong-le/year-7-month-1-day-21, accessed November 17, 2019