Mission to the east coast of Sumatra, in M.DCCC.XXIII, under the direction of the government of Prince of Wales island : including historical and descriptive sketches of the country, an account of the commerce, population, and the manners and customs of the inhabitants, and a visit to the Batta cannibal states in the interior
- Anderson, John, 1795-1845
- Print Source:
- Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1826
- Publication Info:
- Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Library
- Table of Contents:
- No. II. Memoranda relating to the Principal Heads of Inquiry and Observation required of Mr Ibbetson."Register of the Thermometer, and Appearances of the Weather, in the Straits of Malacca, and at places visited by the Mission.""No. V. Names and Prices of Cloths purchased on the East Coast of Sumatra, the Manufactures of the Country.""A. Statement of Fees levied upon all the Trading Prows, Junks, or Boats, which have cleared out from the Harbour of Prince of Wales Island, between the 1st May 1822, and the 30th April 1823.""B. Statement of Harbour Dues or Port Charges, including Pilotage, Water and Port Clearance Fee, paid by Vessels which have cleared out from the Harbour of Prince of Wales Island, between the 1st May 1822, and 30th April 1823.""C. Census of the Population of Prince of Wales' Island and its Dependencies, up to the 31st December 1822.""D. Amount of Exports and Imports during the last seven years, exclusive of Treasure, and comprising such Goods alone as have paid duties at the Custom-house at Prince of Wales Island. ""G. An Abstract Statement of Pepper imported in Prows into Prince of Wales Island, from the Ports on the East Coast of Sumatra, from the 1st January 1819, to 31st December 1822."