4 edition of history of Sarawak under its two white Rajas 1839-1908 found in the catalog.
history of Sarawak under its two white Rajas 1839-1908
|Statement||by S. Baring-Gould and C. A. Bampfylde ; with an introduction by Nicholas Tarling.|
|Series||Oxford in Asia hardback reprints|
|Contributions||Bampfylde, C. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact. A history of Sarawak under its two white rajahs: by S Baring-Gould (Book) Rajah Charles Brooke: monarch of all he surveyed by Colin N Crisswell A history of Sarawak under its two white Rajas by S Baring-Gould.
It need • A History of Sarawak under its Two White Bajalu, By B. Baring- Gould, M.A., and C. Eampfylde, F.H.G.S. With Map and Illustrations. London: H.
Sotheran and Co. [15s. net.] hardly be said that upon these charges being put to the test of a Commission of Inquiry the character of the Rajah was most honourably cleared. A History of Sarawak Under Its Two White Rajahs, (Hardback or Cased Book) Baring-Gould, S. (Sabine) Published by Scholar Select 8/13/ ().
A history of Sarawak under its two white rajasLondon: Henry Sotheran. Chew, D. Chinese pioneers on the Sarawak frontierSelangor: Oxford University Press. Department of Statistics, Malaysia (a). Malaysia Economic Statistics – Time SeriesPutrajaya: Department of Statistics, Malaysia.
BRIEF HISTORY. The state of Sarawak originally formed part of the hereditary domains of the Sultan of Brunei, though his control over it was more apparent than real.
A History of Sarawak Under its Two White Rajahs, London. Henry Sotheran. The White Rajahs: a history of Sarawak from to Cambridge University. This study reads histories of the Brookes in Borneo. Concentrating particularly on S. Baring Gould and C. Bampfylde's A History of Sarawak under its Author: Piers Smith.
He cautioned against accepting this account as historically documented because the Yuan records made no mention of this. Instead he pointed out that it was based on local legends. The actual authors of the book with the title A History of Sarawak under Its Two White Rajahs – were S. Baring-Gould and C.
Bampfylde. 20Author: Borneo History. Bibliography Baring-Gould, S. and Bampflyde, C.A. () A History of Sarawak under its two White Rajahs: (Singapore: Oxford University Press). Rajah Charles Brooke: Monarch of Author: Bromeley Philip. In the “Concluding Remarks” appended to his journal for –63, published in London in as Ten Years in Sarawak, Charles Brooke gave his support to the unfashionable idea of miscegenation between Europeans and younger nephew of the first Rajah, James Brooke, and heir apparent to the Brooke raj to which he succeeded two years later, his Cited by: 2.
A Flourish for the Bishop & Brooke's Friend Grant:Two Studies in Sarawak History Max SaintThe accounts of Charles Grant, one of Rajah Brooke's civil servants, and Francis McDougall, an Anglican missionary, of a turbulent period during the Rajah's rule. Although both men did not have much time for each other they were united in being critical of James Brooke's decision to.
The Kadayan have long occupied a pivotal role in Brunei, but the position of this native Malay-speaking population in the overall society has remained obscure for a number of reasons. The radical economic and social changes of the twentieth century have masked much of the character of traditional Brunei society.
Until recently, studies of Brunei have suffered from inadequate Cited by: Baring-Gould, S. & C.A. Bampfylde A History of Sarawak under its Two White Rajahs, London: Henry Southeran. Batu Bala, S. Kelahits Story. The Great Transition (ebook version), Singapore: Partridge Publishing.
Borneo Company Ltd (BCL), Board Minutes, London Metropolitan Archives, MsReference Code CLC/B. Abstract. Aden is a volcanic peninsula on the Arabian coast, about miles east of Bab-el-Mandeb.
It forms an important coaling-station on the highway to the East, and is strongly fortified. The settlement includes Little Aden, a peninsula very similar to Aden itself, and the settlement and town of Shaikh Othmàn on the mainland, with the villages of Imad, Hiswa, and Bir Jabir.
India, the Dominions, Colonies, Protectorates, and Dependencies of the British Empire. Authors; History of Sarawak (–). London. Google Scholar. Beecari (O.), Wanderings in the Great Forests of Borneo.
London, Google Scholar. The Rajas of the Punjab, being the History of the principal States in the Punjab. 2nd edit Author: M. Epstein. In the following pages the various sections of the British Empire outside the United Kingdom are arranged in alphabetical order under the divisions of the Author: M.
Epstein. Bibliography of research on the regional ethnic Chinese of East Asia in Business 1 Foreword The list of references presented here is the early product of a research project aimed at a review of the state of Chinese capitalism in the early years of the millennium.
Borneo Research Bulletin (Vol. 15, No. 2) September - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. History. Gertrude Jacob was inspired to write her valuable biography by her uncle’s admiration for the first Rajah.1 Spenser St John was an acolyte of James Brooke.2 Bampfylde, who collaborated with Baring-Gould to produce the first general history of Sarawak under Brooke rule, was a former senior officer in the second Rajah’s service.3 Steven.
cover single page - Universiti Brunei Darussalam. introduction - Universiti Brunei Darussalam. pp., n a r r a t i n g the a d v e n t u r e s of a beautiful D u t c h - e d u c a t e d native woman spy in the service of the D u t c h Indies Government, who married a revolutionary native editor in Semarang for his secrets, then moved to Singapore with her h u s b a n d to spy on t h e l a t t e r ' s co-workers, and lastly to Bangkok.
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