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Early English intercourse with Burma, 1587-1743.

Hall, D. G. E.

Early English intercourse with Burma, 1587-1743.

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Early English Intercourse with Burma, and the Tragedy of Negrais. Early English Intercourse with Burma, -- [D G E Hall] -- First published inthis volume constitutes the first attempt yet made to trace the story of English intercourse with Burma from its origins in the 16th century to the middle of the 18th, framed.

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To study British projects to open trans-Burma route, this book is a valuable source. M.A. Marescalchi belongs to the first group of French historians to write about French presence in Burma. His article in the Revue des deux Mondes.

Reinterpreting Burmese History VICTOR B. LIEBERMAN English Intercourse with Burma, (rpt., London, ), ; idem, Burma theless, from an early date the main lines of the Irrawaddy basin's external commerce focused on seaborne trade with India, in Cited by: The Dutch East India Company (VOC) had one of the most active foreign operations in Burma in the seventeenth century.

The VOC's voluminous records discuss trade, but they also contain detailed information about the people and the country-side VOC officials encountered in Burma.

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Abstract. The Union of Burma came formally into existence on 4 January, On this day, Sir Hubert Rance, the last British Governor, handed over authority to Sao Shwe Thaik, the first President of the Burmese Republic; the Cabinet took the oath of office, and Parliament ratified the treaty with Great Britain providing for the independence of Burma as a country not within His Britannic Cited by: 6.

Ethnic Politics in Eighteenth-Century Burma VICTOR B. LIEBERMAN Hatfield Polytechnic WE commonly find in the literature on pre-colonial mainland Southeast Asia a tendency to treat the principal ethnic groups—Burmese, Mons, Siamese, Cambodians, Vietnamese—as discrete political by: A Brief Survey of English Constitutional History London: Harrap.

English Relations with Burma, – Journal of the Burma Research Society; Early English Intercourse With Burma, – Rangoon University Publications; A High School British History, –, for Burma, India and the East Oxford University PressBorn: 17 NovemberHertfordshire, England. BURMA INTEREST, A COLLECTION OF BOOKS RELATING MAINLY TO BRITISH BURMA, to include early English.

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E Hall This book looks at the earliest English contact with Burma; the episode of Thomas Samuel; the foundation of the Syriam factory and its early prosperity and its eventual failure. Further, it examines the conditions of trade experienced by English merchants in Burma in the 17th. The English Gentleman Merchant at Work, Madras and LondonSøren Mentz.

The Cambridge History of India, vol III. Early English Intercourse with Burma,David George and Edward Hall. English Intercourse with Siam in the 17th Century, John Anderson. Accounts of the Makassar Revolt,Michael Smithies.

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Cowan. 1 Early English intercourse with Burma, – (London, ; reprinted London, ). 2 ‘ The tragedy of Negrais ’, Journal of the Burma Research Society, 21,reprinted with Early English intercourse, London, Author: C. Cowan. Daniel George Edward Hall () was a British historian, author, and academic.

He wrote extensively on the history of Burma. His most notable work is A History of Southeast Asia, said to " remain the most important single history of the region, providing encyclopedic coverage of material published up to the time of its revision."/5.

William Methwold (sometimes spelled Methold), (baptised South Pickenham, near Swaffham, Norfolk- died 5 MarchKensington), was an English merchant and colonial administrator in India. He is credited with identifying the site of Bombay as a strategic port. English Intercourse with Burma, (rpt., London, ), ; idem, Burma with Yunnan assumed some importance to Upper Burma's economy.

None-theless, from an early date the main lines of the Irrawaddy basin's external commerce focused on.

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Arab traders introduced opium into Asia, and in the eighth century A.D., it had been used in China. Early English Intercourse with Burma, – (London: Frank Cass and Company Ltd., son's English Intercourse with Siam in the Seventeenth Century () and E.

Hutchinson's Adventures in Siam in the Seventeenth Century (). Maurice Collis's Siamese White gives a picturesque account of one of the chief characters in the drama that was enacted at Mergui. See also Hall, Early English Intercourse with Burma,chap.

Hall, author of A History of South-East Asia, on LibraryThing. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. The Opium Question in the Federated Shan States 15 When Burma became annexed to the Indian Empire inpoppy cultivation, use and trade were widespread in the Shan, Kachin and Wa regions.5 The British observed a laisser-faire policy toward opium until an unlimited extension of poppy fields duringCited by: 4.

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A Brief Survey of English Constitutional History London: Harrap. English Relations with Burma, – Journal of the Burma Research Society; Early English Intercourse With Burma, – Rangoon University Publications; A High School British History, –, for Burma, India and the East Oxford University Press.

Daniel George Edward Hall () was a British historian, author, and academic. He wrote extensively on the history of Burma. His most notable work is A History of Southeast Asia, said to " remain the most important single history of the region, providing encyclopedic coverage of material published up to the time of its revision." He held professorships in Southeast Asian history.

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