DEPRADATIONS OF THE HAW.
after having been pinioned and even kneeling before the executioner, had nevertheless escaped.
Bush accompanied me to Wieng Chan, which, once a powerful city, had now the appearance of an ordinary village.
Near Wieng Chan is a very interesting pagoda, called Wat Luang, where religion and war are combined, the lower part being a perfect
OLD INSCRIPTION AT WIENG CHAN.
itrfcress riddled with loopholes. The Haw had taken possession of Without opposition, and by means of ropes, in the search for casure, had pulled off the spire, built of blocks of laterite rudely ^r. ed. They had then marched on the defenceless people of leng Chan, and had enriched themselves at the miserable natives*