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Our tropical possessions in Malayan India

John Cameron

Our tropical possessions in Malayan India

being a descriptive account of Singapore, Penang, Province Wellesley, and Malacca : their peoples, products, commerce, and government

by John Cameron

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Published by Smith, Elder in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Straits Settlements

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Cameron.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 408 p., [7] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17059195M
    OCLC/WorldCa4272436

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our tropical possessions in malayan india: being a descriptive account of singapore, penang, province wellesley, and malacca; their peoples, products, commerce, and government first edition Hard Cover. Cameron, John, Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India: Being a Descriptive Account of Singapore, Penang, Province Wellesley, and Malacca; Their Peoples, Products, Commerce, and Government (London: Smith, Elder & Co, ) The Canton Register (8 November – 26 December21 May ; 23 June – 8 June ).

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India: Being a Descriptive Account of Singapore, Penang, Province Wellesley and Malacca, Etc. [With Plates.] at Disease sweeps through nutmeg plantations Most of these plantations are now abandoned, the [nutmeg] trees being dead or dying, and it is a somewhat melancholy sight to see acre upon acre of these skeleton trees, upon which many enterprising men have lost fortunes (Cameron, Our tropical possessions in Malayan India, p.

82). In the book Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India by John Cameron, there’s a fascinating description of a market scene in Singapore during that era: “There are Malays, generally with fruit; Chinamen with a mixture of all sorts, and Kling [Indians] with cakes and different kinds of nuts.

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Issuance: monographic Identifier: Views: K. "A print published in John Cameron's Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India, based on an oil painting of Singapore from Mount Wallich but with some changes made to accommodate the scale of the book, such as Pearl's Hill and Tan Tock Seng Hospital eliminated on the left.".

Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India: Being a Descriptive Account of Singapore, Penang, Province Wellesley, and Malacca: Their Peoples, Products, Commerce, and Government John Cameron $ Samuel George Bonham was born in Faversham, Kent on 7 September He was the son of Captain George Bonham, of the maritime service of the East India Company.

His mother, Isabella, the daughter of Robert Woodgate, was his father's second wife. He had one sister, also called Isabella, who married the Belgian count Ferdinand d'nant Governor: Maj Gen William Staveley, Maj.

Our tropical possessions in Malayan India (London, ). (Reprinted, Kuala Lumpur, ). –2; MP, Jones to Maxwell, ; Aiyer, K. Neelakandha, Indian problems in Malaya (Kuala Lumpur, ), pp. 92 –4. * This account is based on excerpts from my book, Indians in Malaya, being published in September by the Cited by: 4.

Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, Clayton, R. Recollections of R. Clayton: District Officer in Perak and Pahang – Twelve Tales of Events and : Lynn Hollen Lees. Sir Thomas Braddell CMG FRGS (30 January – 19 September ) was an Irish lawyer, the first Attorney-General of the British Colony of Singapore.

He was born in Rahingrany, County Wicklow and called to the bar at Gray's Inn in He took the role of Attorney-General of Singapore from 1 April to 1 January Inhis son Thomas de Multon Lee Braddell was himself attorney Born: 30 JanuaryRahingrany, County Wicklow. Colonist literature on Malaysia really started with Joseph Conrad’s publication of Almayer’s Folly intwenty-eight years after Malacca, Penang and Singapore became a Crown Colony and three years before the Borneo setting of that novel became British Conrad, though there had already existed colonialist discourses in various non-fiction forms -reports, memoirs.Abstract.

The most colourful description of life in the new British settlement of Singapore is contained in the Hikayat Abdullah (The Story of Abdullah) which is the autobiography of the noted teacher of Malay who was also scribe to Stamford of Abdullah’s main concerns is the change brought about by the European presence, ‘the destruction of the old world and the creation of a Author: Barbara Watson Andaya, Leonard Y.

Andaya.