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On the Leading Characteristics of the Papuan, Australian, and
An Account of the O.igin and Progress of the British Colonies
General Report on the Residency of Singapore, drawn up
Some Account of Keddah.. .. .. .. «. 49 A /,
The Vegetable Products of the Tenasscrim Provinces, by Ed-
Reply to the Remarks on the <^_Essay on Coral Reefs as the
Gunung Dangka, or a Paradise on Earth, a tale of Super-
Gambier, as a Preservative of Timber, by T. C. Drtbdale,
Notes on the tract of Country lying between the head of the
A visit to the City of Chiang Chau, by the Reverend A.
On the Words introduced into the English from the Malay,
Legends of Islam, by Lieutenant Colonel James Low, C.
Some account of the Order of Budhist Monks or Talapoins, by
Investiture of the King of Cochin-China by an Envoy of the
The Trading Ports of the Indian Archipelago, by G. Windsor
The Silong Tribe of the Mergui Archipelago, by J. R. Logan,
The Karean tribes of Martaban and Tavai, by Lieutenant-Col.
The Semang and Sakai tribes of the Malay Peninsula, by
The manners and customs of the Malays—II. Meals, by J. R.
The Botany of Singapore, by T. Oxlet, Esq.. .. 43G
Sect.2. Ethnic regions of E. Asia; the races inhabiting them; and ther funda-
The Ethnology of South Eastern Asia, by J.R. Logan, Esq. 465
Sect. 4. General impression of the archaic ethnic movements in S. E. Asia.
Observations on Perak, by Lieut. Col. James Low, C. M. R.
Sect. 3. Development of Naturalism and Naturolatry.