One map on folded leaf in pocket.
|LC Classifications||DS527 .P35 1917|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||95220850|
Full text of "Burma Gazetteer Thaton District Vol.a" See other formats. The present edition of the Amherst District Gazetteer, Volume A, is based on the edition compiled by the late Mr. P. E. Jamieson, I.C.S., which was published in Chapter I has been largely rewritten and considerably expanded by the insertion of full notes on what is known of the geolog y of the Size: KB. Volume A Office of the Superintendent, Govt. Printing, Burma Rangoon Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Mythic Society > Books Books > Burma Gazetteer: Katha District Burma Gazetteer: Katha District.
Pegu, Burmese Bago, port city, southern Myanmar (Burma), on the Pegu River, 47 miles (76 km) northeast of Yangon (Rangoon). Pegu was the capital of the Mon kingdom and is surrounded by the ruins of its old wall and moat, which formed a square, with mile (kilometre) sides. On the Yangon–Mandalay railway, it is the start of a branch line southeast along the Gulf of Martaban, an inlet. Burma. Gazetteer of the District of Rangoon, Pegu Province, British Burma: together with an historical account of that portion of the province which was formerly known as Han-Tha-Wa-Dee by Malcolm B. , Captain, Madras Staff Corps, Deputy Commissioner of the Rangoon District Staatsbibliothek Berlin. In , the province of British Burma was formed, and the capital moved to Yangon. The substantial differences between the colloquial and literary pronunciations, as with Burmese words, was a reason of the British corruption "Pegu". In , Hanthawaddy was described as a district in the Bago (or Pegu) division of Lower y: Myanmar. The Burma Gazetteer provides a highly detailed, multi-volume account of early twentieth-century British Burma, compiled by the district officers. The Gazetteer is divided into Part A – which comprises monographs on, for example, the history, geography, administration, and economic life of each district – and Part B, which contains tables of.
Gazetteer Of Upper Burma And The Shan States, Part 1, Volume 2 [John Percy Hardiman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. A Student's Dictionary & Gazeteer, 15th Edition by gazetteer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Burma. its line being followed by the Mandalay-Rangoon railway as far south as Nyaunglèbin in the Pegu district. At Toungoo it is narrow, but below Shwegyin it widens, and at Sittang it is half a mile broad. ); Sir J. George Scott, Upper Burma Gazetteer (5 vols., Rangoon, ). 99 According to the Gazetteer, tenants were not rich enough to buy land; Burma Gazetteer, Maubin district, volume A (Rangoon: Government Printing and Stationery, ), p. With regard to the tenants who rented more than 80 acres in –13, it was possible that a tenant with such a large area of rented land was a koza.