Bangkok Calendar

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American Missionary Association., 1862

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Page 55 - ... salungs. 7. Both the Superintendent of Customs and the British Consul shall be provided with sealed sets of balance yards, money weights, and measures, which may be referred to in the event of any difference arising with the merchants as to the weight or dimensions of money or goods. (LS) HARRY S.
Page 65 - The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God: God is not in all his thoughts.
Page 54 - Consul's reporting these particulars to the custom-house, permission to break bulk will at once be given by the latter. For neglecting so to report his arrival, or for presenting a false manifest, the master will subject himself, in each instance, to a penalty of...
Page 54 - Custom-house at Paknam, together with the number of his crew and guns, and the port from whence he comes. Upon anchoring his vessel at Paknam, he will deliver into the custody of the Custom-house officers all his guns and ammunition ; and a Custom-house officer will then be appointed to the vessel, and will proceed in her to Bangkok.
Page 52 - ... ship, or upon being required to do so by the master, owner, agent, or consignee thereof, or by any officer of the pilotage authority by whom...
Page 89 - He who is now the most degraded of the demons, may one day rule the highest of the heavens ; he who is at present seated upon the most honorable of the celestial thrones may one day writhe amidst the agonies of a place of torment ; and the worm that we crush under our feet may, in the course of ages, become a supreme Budha.
Page 69 - And the kingdom and dominion, and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven, shall be given to the people of the saints of the Most High, whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all dominions shall serve and obey him.
Page 54 - Master will subject himself, in each instance, to a penalty of four hundred ticals ; but he will be allowed to correct, within twenty-four hours after delivery of it to the Consul, any mistake he may discover in his Manifest, without incurring the above-mentioned penalty.
Page 49 - Trees. Stem of 4 kam in circumference, at the height of 2 sok from the ground, or from that size and upwards, pay per 12 trees 1 fuang.
Page 54 - Consul, a Siamese Port Clearance shall be granted her on application from the Consul, who, in the absence of any legal impediment to her departure, will then return to the Master his Ship's Papers, and allow the vessel to leave. A...

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