An extremely interesting collection of a hundred lucidly written judicial sentences (introduced by shende... 審得), by a prefect appointed at Luoyang in 1829 after a career at the Hanlin Academy, and going through late 1832. The author is said to have acquired much prestige as a judge. Each “affair” (shi 事) is given a title indicating its nature and is dated with precision; the titles are also given in the table of contents. The entries are chronologically arranged and carefully punctuated. About thirty cases deal with civil affairs (like property and inheritance).