- Older Spelling. Songjiang.
Also Sung·chiang [soo ng-jyahng] /ˈsʊŋˈdʒyɑŋ/.
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Examples from the Web for sungkiang
The letter was written on 24th March 1863, the day before he rode over to Sungkiang to take up his command.
On his return to Sungkiang, Major Gordon devoted himself to the thorough reorganisation of his force.
The rebels were the aggressors, and ten miles of Ward's retreat upon Sungkiang saw fighting every inch of the way.
Ward did not rest long from his campaigns, however, for we find that he was soon besieged in the city of Sungkiang with a few men.
- a former province of NE China: now part of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region