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The territories here described are the Federation of Malaya, Singapore and its dependencies, Hong Kong, North Borneo, Brunei and Sarawak.

The book gives a general introductory picture of the various lands and the kind of lives their people lead, from the urban Chinese Hong Kong and Singapore to the Malay farmers and fishermen, from Sakai huntsmen to the Sea Dayaks in their
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Published 1949 by London, His Majesty's Stationery Office
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Report to the secretary of state for the colonies of the committee appointed to consider the measures to be taken for settling within the empire ex-service men who may desire to emigrate after the war Canada and British Columbia [microform] Papers relating to the Red River Settlement [microform]: viz. return to an address from the Honourable House of Commons to His Royal Highness The Prince Regent, dated 24th June, 1819 . British Columbia [microform]: return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 2 July 1868 ; for, Copy or extracts of correspondence between governor Kennedy of Vancouver Island, governor Seymour of British Columbia, and the Colonial Of Transvaal: further correspondence relating to labour in the Transvaal mines : in continuation of Cd. 2819 February, 1906

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