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AuthorSwettenham, Frank, Sir
TitleBritish Malaya : an account of the origin an dprogress of British influence in Malaya / by Sir Frank Swettenham
Imprint London : Allen and Unwin, 1955, c1906
Descript 380 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm


The outward appearance of the british possessions in the straits of malacca -- Malacca-early history -- Pinang-early history-lord minto's expeditin to java -- Singapore-early history-sir stamford raffes -- The straits form 1825-67-the arrangement made to settle the claims of the sultan and temenggong in regard to johore -- The straits from 1867-73-sir harry ord's administration-anarchy in the malay states -- The malay; his gustoms, prejudices, arts, language, and lterature -- 1874-sir anfres clarke-british intervention in the affairs of the western malay states -- 1875-6-sir william jervois-british resident of perak assassinate-punitive expedition -- The evolution of the residential system-tin mining-what the maay states owe to chinese labour and enterprise-roads-railways -- the continued evlution of the residential system-revenue rarms-education-land settement-irrigation-rubber cultivation-currency-pahang -- 1895-1907-federation and its results -- Concerning the malay states which are not included in the federation -- How the development of the malay states has affected the neighbouring british colony, and the relations of both with the colonial office-the singapore Harbour and docks-the civil service-the malay administrator-thefuture of british malaya -- Twenty-five years after

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