Ceylon in the Jubilee Year

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Asian Educational Services, 1994 - Sri Lanka - 427 pages
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SRI LANKS - DESCRIPTION - With an account of the progress made since 1803, and the present condition of its agriculture and commercial enterprises.., maps and illst. (Reprint 1887 edn.) 1994 edn.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
Extent and topographical featuresCondition of the island
8
BRIDGE OF BOATS COLOMBO
14
CHAPTER III
23
LEGISLATIVE AND GENERAL IMPROVEMENT UNDER THE IUJLK
33
CHAPTER V
42
A COCONUT PLANTATION
48
TALIPOT PALM IN FLOWER
54
Grain and Customs dues sales
133
CHAPTER XV
152
CHAPTER XVI
166
Extracts from Major Forbess Eleven Years
203
Progress of Christianity and Illustrations of
230
Caste in Ceylon
251
The principal statistical results of the last Census
262
Summary of Information regarding Ceylon
270

CHAPTER VI
59
LIBERIAN COFFEE
62
CHAPTER VII
69
ASSAMCHINA HYBRID TEA PLANT
70
WHAT THE PLANTING INDUSTRY HAS DONE FOR THE MOTHER
73
PODS OF THE CACAO CHOCOLATE TREE
79
CHAPTER VIII
85
THE BANYAN TREE FlCUS Indictl
89
Decent years of depression consideredPlanting profits
90
CHAPTER X
96
COFFEE ARABIAN AND LIBERIAN
104
CHAPTER XI
105
LOWCOUNTRY SINHALESE MAN AND WOMAN
112
CHAPTER XII
113
Statistics of Ceylon Railways Seethe Map at end of Volume
306
Ceylon and its Planting Industries
318
The Prospects of Englands chief Tropical Colony
328
Adams Peak and its Shadow
337
Tea in CeylonPlanters Association Pamphlet 314
350
Colombo and the Buddhist Temple at Kelaniya
357
Caste in Ceylon 307
367
The Ceylon Pearl Fisheries in 1887
381
Anuradhapura the Ancient Capital of Ceylon and adjacent Ruins and Tanks in 1887
389
Reference to Frontispiece
407
Reference to Map of Ceylon
415
FOR GENERAL INDEX SEE PAGE
417
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