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^aA Lai, for matters had come to a desperate pass, and unless he ^ere appeased, there would be no end of complications. He was the who, above all others, influenced the whole of these countries, s lr*fluence stretching over the Sibsawng Pana. The Chao of Lai
PAGODA IN CHIENG MAI.
V trgina% ^V6(^ 011 bank of the Nam Te ; but, influenced
pios 6 ^inese and. superstitious notions derived from the custom of W ^ when about to litter, swam across the river, he had trans-his home to the right bank.