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Prome, i. i, 19

Antiquities of, ii. 388

Legend of, ii. 368
Pro memortd, i. 59
Proverbs, Burmese, ii. 228
Provincial revenue and expenditure,
i. 262

Settlement, i. 261
Public Works Department, i. 238
Pwe, ii. 257, 263
Pweza, i. 29, 432
Pyatdon, i. 190
Pyazat, ii. 263, 318
Pyinmana, i. no, 136



Q



Queen, dowager chief, i. 208
Queens, status of the various, i. 195
Queen Supaydgale, i. 94, 208
Supaydgyi,i. 50,208,210
Supaydlat, i. 42, 50, 9", 92, 94,
172, 208, 209



R



Rahan, ii. 127

Railways, i. 139, 14/, 242, 425;
ii. 24
In Siam, ii. 19
French, ii. 16

Proposed extensions of, ii. 32
Rangoon, i. 10, 12, 17, i8j 2ij 35,
420
Antiquities of, ii. 383
Chamber of commerce i. 68, 71,

450
Port trust, i. 450



VOL. II.



449



G G



INDEX



Rebellion of Mindon's sons, 1866,

i. 40, 206
Recorder of Rangoon, i. 229
" Red gate," i. 91, 199
Red Karen, ii. 429
Registration of land, i. 283
Regulations, Upper Burma, i. 107,

130, 132, 144, 275
Religion, Burmese, ii. 89

and national character, ii. 153
Religious community, ii. 127

Merit and demerit, i. 10 ; ii. 113,

144
Rent of land, i. 279
Reserved forests, i. 249, 274 ; ii. 59,

67,84
Revenue settlement, i. 285
Richards,- Admiral Sir Frederick,

i.84
Rice crops, i. 288, 331
Exports, i. 431
Trade, i. 433
Ripon, Lord, i. 55
Roads, i. 240 ; ii. 40
Roberts, Sir Frederick (Earl Roberts,

K.G.), i. 82, 109, no, 117,

123, 128
Rochechouart, M., i. 38
Rowlandson, Colonel, i. 96
Ruby Mines, i. 72, 147, 404
Rural customs, i. 303
Population, i. 304



St. Barbe, Mr., i. 48, 49, 70

Sacred law, i. 188

Saddan, i. 98, 150

Sade, i. 197

Sadi, ii. 163

Sagaing, i. 8, 1 1 , 1 2, 67, 88, 89, 1 3 1

Antiquities at, ii. 403

Legend of, ii. 366
Sagaing Min, i. 14
Saigon, ii. 2

Salin Supya, Princess, i. 43
Salisbury, Lord, i. 75
Salisbury's Cabinet, Lord, i. 65, /d>
Salt boiling, i. 363, 445
Salw^, ii. 237
Salween river, ii. 421
Sandals, i. 385
Sawbwa, Shan, i. 121, 230
Sawlapaw, i. 137
Saw Maung, i. 133



Sayt'dawgyi, i. 56, 157
Science, Burmese, ii. 280
Seaborne trade, i. 435
Secretariat, i. 221
Shan, i. 174 ; ii. 41 1, 415

Dynasty, i. 4
ShanStates, i. 2, 5, 8, 133, 143, 175 ;
ii. 32, 419

Act, i. 139

Administration of, i. 145, 216,
230, 232

Climate and description of, i. 447 ;

"•419

Railways in, ii. 32

Revolt in 1883-1884, i. 66, 175;

Tea cultivation in, i. 446

Trade with, i. 447 ; ii. 32
Shaw, Mr. R. B., i. 48, 210
Shekd, i. 30, 32
Shin, ii. 127, 147, 195
" Shoe question," i. 28, 30, 32
Shuldham, Brigadier-General, i. 18
Shwebo, i. 6, 131

Min, i. 7
Shwe Dagon pagoda, i. 10 ; ii. 383,

385

Shwedaik (Treasury), i. 161

(Burmese Domesday Book), i. 163

Shwedaik Atwinwun, i. 107

Shweniyodaw, i. 119, 196

Siam, i. 2, 5,6,7, 8, 13, 143

Anglo-French Commission in, ii. 4
British assistance to, ii. 7
French annexations in, ii. 2
Further French aggressions in,

ii- 3
Railways in, ii. 19
Trade with, i. 449
Silk goods, i. 443
Silting of hill streams, i. 359
Silver, i. 396

Work, ii. 295
Sitnitunhntu, i. 160
Sinbyugyun, i. 46
Singu Min, i. 7, 10, 1 1
Sinpyuyin, king, i. 7, 8, 10
Sinpyumashin, dowager queen,

i- 91, 93, 94, 95, 208
Sitke, i. 154, 173
Sladen, Colonel Sir Edward, i. 82j

87, 90, 98, 103
Smoking, ii. 207
Social system, ii. 233
Soothsayers, i. 50, 211 ; ii. 187, 285
Special court, Lower Burma, i. 230



450



INDEX



spies, royal, i. i6l

Spirit houses, i. 196

Spirits and Spirit-land, ii. 156

State lands, i. 224

Steamship companies, i. 424

Steatite, i. 41 1

Stedman, General Sir Edward, i. 1 33 j

140
Stewart, General R. C, i. 144
Street, Colonel, i. 100
Sugar, i. 366, 445
Sulagandi , ii. 117

Sumptuary laws, i. 15, 119, 150,204
Superintendents of Shan states,

i. 231
Superstitions, ii. 155, 175
Regarding fields, i. 321
Supplementary land survey, i. 287
Supayagale, i. 94, 208
Supayagyi, i. 50, 208, 210
Supayalat, i. 42, 50, 90, 92, 94, 172,

208, 209
Suvarna Bhumi, i. 4 ; ii. 378
Symes, Colonel, i. 16
Symons, General Sir W. Penn,

i. 140, 142
Syriam, antiquities of, ii. 383



T



Tabindaing, Princess, i. 195, 210

Tabin Shwe Ti, i. 2, 5

Tagdni, i. 91, 199

Tagaung, i. 3 ; ii. 409

Talk Thugi, i. 228

Taingda Mingyi, i. 42, 44j 49, 66,

67,93,99,198
Talaing, i. 6, 12 ; ii. 236
Tattooing, ii. 197
Taungbyon, legend of, ii. 371
Taunggwin, Mingyi, i. 107
Tanngya cultivation, i. 249, 274,

323,335 ; .ii- 60

Taunggyi, i. 241 ; ii. 32

Tavoy, i. i, 13, 18

T awadeingtha , ii. 261

Tea, i. 446

Teak forests, ii. 82
Plantations, ii. 58, 83
Timber, i. 369, 426 ; ii. 47
Trade in, ii. 81

Teindeinyanhmu, i. 161

Telegraphs, i. 147

Temples, ii. 401

Tenancies, i. 279, 299



Tenasserim, i. 20, 35

Terracotta work, ii. 307

Territorial questions, i. I7j 20, 23,
35, 17, 60, 61

Textile fabrics, i. 352

Thado Damma Raja, i. 3

Minbya, i. 4
Thagyd Min, ii. 259, 286

Thamada, i. I

Thamokdarit, i. 2, 3
Thandawglin, i- 158
Thandawzin, i. 160
Tharrawaddi, king, i. 7, 20
Thare Kettara, i. 2 ; ii. 368
Thathamr'da, i. 162, 224, 276, 288
Thdthandbaing, i. yT,, 98 ; ii. 125,

253
Thaton, i. 4 ; ii. 1 1 2, 378

Antiquities of, ii. 378
Thayetmyo, i. 49, 50, 82, 1 12
Thein, ii. 150, 380
Theinni, i. 9

Thibaw, king, i. 7, 32, 41, 45, 53,
69, 71
Declared heir apparent, i. 2>?>t

40, 207
Surrenders himself, i. 91, 94
Ultimatum sent to, i. 78
Thibaw's character, i. 172, 210
Deportation, i. 94
Manifesto, i. 83
Massacres, i. 43, 475 50, 66, 67,

209
Misrule, i. 65
Policy,!. 39, 55
Queens, i. 208
Thibaw Sawbwa, i. 121

State, i. 9, 121, 147 ; ii. 32, ^z
Tkinga, ii. 116, 128
Thissddawye,'\. 158
Thompson, Sir A. Rivers, i. 220
Thongze prince, i. 50
" Thousand and one pagodas," ii. 407
Threshing rice, i. 325
Thrones in palace, i. 201
Tkudammasdri, decisions of prin-
cess, i. 190 ; ii. 319
Thugyi, i. 163, 168, 271
Thugyisamy/, i. 166
Thu Pinya, i. 2, 3
Ti, i. 10 ; ii. 385
Timber carts, i. 370
Time of scarcity, i. 293
Tin mining, i. 395
Tobacco, i. 445



451



INDEX



Tonquin, i. 63,65, Ti ; ii. 2

Toungoo, i. I, 2,4, 5, 70, 74, 112,
139; ii. 27
Antiquities of, ii. 387

Tourmaline, i. 41 1

Trade and commerce, i. 413
in eighteenth century, i. 415
in nineteenth centurj', i. 417

Trade routes, i. 173 ; ii. 12, 35, 40

Traders' quarters, i. 347

Transfrontier (inland) trade, i. 447,

449 ; ii- 39
Transvaal war, i. 53, 54
Treasury officials, Burmese, i. 161
Treaties between Britain and Burma,
i. 20, 26, 28,39, 50, 51,54
Franco-Burmese, i. 38, 56, 58, 63,

71, 81
with other great powers, i. 64,

65. 71
Treaty of Tientsin, 1858, ii. 20



U



W'l'za, i. 21 I ; ii. 167, 284
White, General Sir George, i. 85, 90,
91, 108, III, 115, 123,
128, 137, 140
White elephant, i. 14, 98, 1 50, 203
Winnowing rice, i. 325
Witch doctor, ii. 284
Witches and wizards, ii. 167
Wives, seven kinds of, i. 182

Improprieties in, i. 186
Wolseley, General Sir George, i. i n ,

142, 144
Woodcarving, ii. 293
Wood-oil, i. 365
Woodward, Captain R., i. 84
Wrestling matches, ii. 274
Wim, i. 152, 154
\Yundauk,\. 56, 152, 156
Wungyi, i. 152, 156
Wuntho gold fields, i. 399

Sawbwa, i. 99, 128, 141

State, i. 214
Wuiiu, ii. 317



Uboksaung Ne, ii. 151
Ultimatum to King Thibaw, i. 79

Reply to, i. 80
Umbrellas, i. 204, 386
" Umbrellas " on pagodas, ii. 385
Upasampadd, ii. 150, 380
Upaztn, ii. 127
Upper Burma regulations, i. 107,

130, 132, 144, -75
Usury, i. 297



V



Viceregal visitations, i. 23, 103, 229
Village stockades, i. 118, 168

System, i. 169
Violent crime, i. 235



W



Yadanabon, i. 196

Yam&thin, i. 136, 141

Yandabii, treaty of, i. 20, 22, 26,

Z7, 39, 72, 87
Yangtse valley, ii. 10
Yan Min, Bo, i. 68
Yazamatika, i. 161
Yazawin, i. I ; ii- 3i7) 3^4
Yeingpzve, ii. 265
Yenangyat, i. 393
Yenangyaung, i. 393

Mingyi, i. 42
Yokthepwe, ii. 263
Yondaiv, i. 200
Young Burmans, ii. 243
Yunnan, i. 8 ; ii. 12, 21, 42
Yua Luygt, i. 164

T/iugyt, i. 229



Wa, ii. 152

Waddington, M., i. 75
Waste land rules, i. 274
Water festival, ii. 259 .
Weaving, i. 348
Wethatidayd Zat, ii. 316, 321



Zat,\i. 263, 316, 318, 321
Zatpiic, ii. 263
Zimme, i. 8, 1 1 ; ii. 45
Zulu war, i. 45, 46, 51. 5 3j 54



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