Acheen, and the ports on the north and east coasts of Sumatra : with incidental notices of the trade in the eastern seas, and the aggressions of the Dutch
- Anderson, John
- Print Source:
- London: W.H. Allen and Co, 1840
- Publication Info:
- Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Library
- Table of Contents:
- "Statement of the Nature of Goods Imported into Prince Wales' Island, from Acheen and the Pedir Coast, from the Years 1810-1811 to 1823-24.""Statement of the Nature of Goods Exported from Prince Wales' Island, to Acheen and the Coast of Pedir, from 1810-1811 to 1823-24.""No. VIII. Treaty of Commercial Alliance between the Honourable English East-India Company and his Majesty Paduka Sri Sultan Abdul Jallil Haliludin Henul Sultan Abdul Jallil Syphudin, King of Siack Sri Endrapoora""No. XI. Translation of a Letter from the Sultan Besar of Sirdang to the Honourable W.E. Phillips, Governor of Pulo Pinang.""No. XIII. Translation of a Letter from Paduka Sri Sultan Abdul Jallil Khal-il-udin, King of Siack, to the Hon. W.E. Phillips, Governor of Pulo Pinang.""No. XIV. Statement of the Quantity of Pepper imported into Prince Wales' Island from Delli, Balu China, Langkat, Sirdang, and other Ports on the East Coast of Sumatra, between Timian and Siack, from 1817-18 to 1823-24."