Book/Printed Material Luo Shan zou shu : qi juan. 羅山奏疏 : 七卷. / Zhang Wenzhong gong Fujing zou gao

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Title
Luo Shan zou shu : qi juan.
Other Title
羅山奏疏 : 七卷.
Zhang Wenzhong gong Fujing zou gao
Summary
Luo Shan zou shu (Memorials from Luo Shan) is a collection written by Zhang Fujing (1475-1539), whose original name was Zhang Cong. The pronunciation of Cong was the same as that of Emperor Jiajing's personal name, so Zhang was given the name of Fujing. Zhang received his jin shi degree at the age of 47 after a number of attempts. He rose quickly in government service, becoming grand secretary of the Imperial Library and, within six years of beginning his career as an official, grand cabinet secretary. Zhang Fujing was granted the posthumous title of Wenzhong. Emperor Jiajing was the former Emperor Zhengde's cousin. His father was the Prince of Xingxian, the fourteenth son of Emperor Zhenghua (reigned 1465-1487). Traditionally if a new emperor was not an immediate descendant of the previous one, he would have to be adopted his predecessor, to maintain an unbroken line. So Jiajing's proposal not to be adopted posthumously by the previous emperor, but to have his own father declared emperor posthumously, was resisted by many of his officials. But he prevailed, and hundreds of his opponents were banished, physically beaten, or executed. Zhang Fujing took the emperor's side and in several of his memorials mentioned the Tang emperor Zhongzong as a precedent and expounded on the relationship between a father, a son, and an uncle. This work is a printed edition from the early to mid-16th century and is of seven juan, in five volumes, and one juan of appendices. It is a collection of Zou dui gao (Drafts of memorials), as opposed to the author's other known work, Yu dui lu, a collection of secret imperial edicts and memorials referring to these edicts issued in 34 juan during the sixth to 15th years of the Jiajing reign (1527-36). The present work contains only about a third of Yu dui lu. Yang He (died 1635), a censor and military official, found Yu dui lu too long, so he selected for this collection only memorials dated 1521-36. The handwritten inscription on the cover of the book is most likely that of Fu Zengxiang (1872-1949), director of the Palace Museum Library and a famed bibliophile with a 200,000-volume personal library. This work may have been in Fu's collection, but no seal impressions of his library can be found in the book. World Digital Library.
The calligraphy and writings of Zhang Fujing; content organized chronologically from 1506 to 1536; the edition dates from the Jiajing Period, based on Deng Zicheng's note and seal.
Contributor Names
Zhang, Fujing, 1475-1539.
Chinese Rare Book Collection (Library of Congress).
Created / Published
[China : s.n., Ming Jiajing jian, i.e. between 1536 and 1566]
Notes
-  In case.
-  Also available in digital form.
-  十行二十字. Ten lines, with twenty characters per line.
-  明嘉靖間刻本. Ming Dynasty woodblock print, ca. 1536-1566.
-  明張孚敬撰。書衣墨筆題:「張文忠公孚敬奏稿」.次有鄧之誠題識云:「此為嘉靖刻本,公自手訂,與後來徒充卷帙,務為泛及者有別。閟本久湮,天一千煩皆未著錄耶?借閱一過,為略識之。五石。下鈐「鄧之誠文如印」按「張文忠公孚敬,奏稿」八字,極似傳沅叔先生手筆,殆為雙鑑樓故物?惜無印記。孚敬有諭對錄三十四卷,兼載疏奏;楊鶴以其繁重,删其三之二,為奏對稿十一卷,附錄一卷。此書無序跋,按年編次,略以事類相從。始正德十六年,訖嘉靖十五年,亦與諭對錄相同。至其內容,則有互相補苴之處。雖有諭對錄,是書仍不可廢也.
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Library of Congress Control Number
2012402157
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Zhang, Fujing, and Chinese Rare Book Collection. Luo Shan zou shu: qi juan. [China: s.n., ming jiajing jian, i.e. between 1536 and 1566, 1536] Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2012402157/.

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Zhang, F. & Chinese Rare Book Collection. (1536) Luo Shan zou shu: qi juan. [China: s.n., ming jiajing jian, i.e. between 1536 and 1566] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012402157/.

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Zhang, Fujing, and Chinese Rare Book Collection. Luo Shan zou shu: qi juan. [China: s.n., ming jiajing jian, i.e. between 1536 and 1566, 1536] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2012402157/>.

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