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1892 it contained Amarapura annas the basket bank bazaar Bhamo Bhamo district buffaloes built bullocks Burma Burmese census of 1891 chaung Chin Hills east longitude feet five four headman headquarters Hkam Hkun houses in 1894 Hsang Hsi Paw hundred inhabitants Irrawaddy irrigated Kachin village Kang Karen-ni Kawn Kengtung King King of Pagan kyaung land Lepai tribe Madaya Magwe Mandalay Mandalay district Mang Lon Maung Mawk Maymyo Meiktila Mogaung Mong Nai Myelat Myingyan Myitkyina district Myoza Nawng North Hsen north latitude Northern Shan paddy-land pagoda Pak6kku Palaung Pang persons price of paddy revenue circle revenue paid rice river Ruby Mines district Salween Sawbwa sessamum Shan village Shwe Shwebo Shwebo district situated South Hsen Wi square miles stream subdivision and district subdivision of Mandalay subordinate Tang Yan Taungdwin-gyi Tawng teak thathameda amounted thugyis town township and subdivision twenty valley village in Tract Yawng Ye-u
Page 325 - Mingun, where for many years he had been "employed in constructing a pagoda, the largest in the empire. Here he ' held various conferences with the most considerable and learned Talapoins, ' in which he endeavoured to persuade them that the five thousand years 'assigned for the observance of the law of
Page 581 - lived under the protection of the Kachins in a condition which was not without mutual advantages. The Kachins demanded little tribute and were not hard masters otherwise, whilst the Shans were free to indulge exclusively in trade and to make as much profit out of the Kachins as they could in doing so.
Page 176 - and sowed the seeds near a rock. At the end of three months and seven days the seeds germinated and grew into large creepers. In the course of three years and seven months the creepers blossomed,
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Page 325 - to the rank of a divinity, had abandoned the royal palace, together with all " his wives and concubines, and had retired into solitude, Badonsachen
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Page 327 - the curious way in which the makers tried to strengthen the parts which suspend it by dropping into the upper part of the mould iron chains round which the metal was run. The Burmese report the bell to contain
Page 176 - When the gourds had reached their full size the noise of human beings was heard inside one and the noise of all kinds of animals inside the other.