Driven south, he held Wu-chʽang for a time; but ultimately he fled down the Yang-tsze, and was slain by local militia in Hupeh.
The province of Hupeh is 800 or 900 miles west and south of Shanghai.
The lady was a native of T'ienmen, in Hupeh, and both her father and grandfather were officials who attained the rank of Taotai.
Reimer found the species at Ichang, in Hupeh, at elevations of 3000 to 3700 feet.
This species is reported from various places in China with western Hupeh as the chief habitat.
Li T'ai-po lived in Hupeh for some years—he himself says three—then his hunger for travel reasserted itself and he was off again.
In 1640, he headed a small gang of desperadoes, and overrunning parts of Hupeh and Honan, was soon in command of a large army.
A tree cultivated about the temples of China and recently found by Wilson growing on the mountains of Hupeh.
Now you can ride from east to west and from north to south, and the provinces of Hupeh and Ngan-hoin have been opened to trade.
At present it stops at the Szechuan frontier, but there is talk of extending it across Hupeh.