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Proclamations, Orders, Notices, Rules, Regulations, Declarations, Appointments, Forms and Bye-Laws made under the Laws of the Federated Malay States and of each of them.
Prepared under the Authority of the Revised Edition of the Laws Enactment, 1932, by Lucien Arthur Allen, O.B.E., Malayan Civil Service and Amended under the Authority of the Supplement to the Laws Enactment, 1937 (No.23 of 1937) by the Legal Adviser, Federated Malay States. Vol.I containing the subsidiary Legislation made under Enactments, Chapters 1-44. Kuala Lumpur Printed at the Federated Malay States Government Press by W.H. Wyatt. 1939
pp.xviii, 417. A very good copy bound in quarter leather.
Official Documents and Papers collected from the Records of the Civilian Internment Camp (No.1 Camp) at Lintang, Kuching, Sarawak, during the Years 1942-1943-1944-1945. Kuching Printed and published with the approval of the late General Committee of Lintang Camp. 1946
First edition, pp.130, tables. A very good copy in lightly frayed and creased original wrappers.
Souvenir of Malaya.
From sketches by Mrs H.C. Barnard. London Malay States Information Agency [c.1913]
Oblong 8vo, pp., colour illustrations, original wrappers. Original colour wrappers lightly dust soiled and a little spotted, contents in very good condition. Rubber stamp of A.D. Castel on cover.
With a rare map of Brunei
Report by Consul-General Leys on the Rivers of Borneo.
London Harrison and Sons. 1884
First edition, folio, pp.(17)-21, map. Included in: Reports from Her Majesty's Diplomatic and Consular Officers Abroad on subjects of commercial and general interest (whole issue included). [C.-3831, Commercial, No.2 (1884). A very good copy stitched in original series paper covers. A few spots to cover. Library stamps of the Peace Palace in the Hague in covers.
The Private Letters of Sir James Brooke,
K.C.B., Rajah of Sarawak, narrating the events of his life, from 1838 to the present time. Edited by John C. Templer, Esq. London Richard Bentley 1853
First edition, three volumes, pp.x, 320, 327, 341. A very good set in slightly mottled original cloth. Slight soiling to page 23 of volume 2. Contemporary ownership inscription of Percy J. Warren on title.
About Ceylon and Borneo.
Being an Account of Two Visits to Ceylon, one to Borneo, and How We Fell Out on our Homeward Journey. London Longmans, Green and Co. 1891
First edition, pp.x, 265, 8 plates, 2 maps in colour, numerous text illustrations. Original cloth a little marked, spine cocked. Overall a very good copy.
A scarce vocabulary, from the library of Sir Hugh Clifford
with useful sentences, tables, &c. Edited by Wm. Clark Cowie. Grammatical introduction by the editor. London printed for the Editor, and distributed by the British North Borneo Company. 1893
First edition, 8vo, pp.xlviii, 288. With romanised Sulu and Malay text. A very good copy bound in unevenly faded, slightly later cloth. With presentation inscription from the editor "His Excellency Hugh Clifford with the editor's compliments".
Journal of a Residence in India.
Edinburgh Archibald Constable and Company; and London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1812
First edition 4to, pp.vii, , 211, , colour frontispiece, 15 plates, 2 folding. A very good copy bound in later buckram. Library markings on new end-papers and spine, text block & plates clean.
Journal of a Residence in India.
Edinburgh Archibald Constable 1813
Second edition 4to, pp.xii, 215, colour frontispiece, 15 plates, 2 folding. Bound in contemporary tree calf, without half-title. Neatly rebacked preserving remains of original spine. Slight soiling to title. Some spotting to and offsetting of plates. Later portrait of the author tipped in to reverse of title.
The New Ceylon.
Being a Sketch of British North Borneo or Sabah. From Official and other exclusive sources of information with new and original maps corrected to date. London Chapman and Hall 1881
First edition, pp.xi, viii, 209, frontispiece, 3 maps, 2 folding. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf, gilt. Head of spine lightly rubbed. Light foxing to end-papers. Large map laid down on linen. With the gilt monogram of the New South Wales Library of Parliament on front board.
Pioneering in the Far East,
and Journeys to California in 1849 and to the White Sea in 1878. London W.H. Allen & Co. 1882
First edition, pp.vii, 408, 27 plates, 3 maps, 1 folding. A very good largely uncut copy in the original pictorial cloth, gilt. Spine professionally restored at head and tail. Small shelf label on spine. With the bookplate of the British North Borneo Company, and blind-stamp of the Colonial Office Library.
A Journey Up the Baram River to Mount Dulit and the Highlands of Borneo.
London Royal Geographical Society 1893
First edition, pp.(193)-208, large folding colour map (of Baram District). An extract from The Geographical Journal, No.3, Vol.I. Disbound from larger volume. Clean and in very good condition..