Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., Ltd,
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THE DAYS OF THE CHINESE REVOLUTION
Hong Kong, 16th January, 1912.
I HAVE just arrived from Bangkok after a long and very stormy passage, and write in haste so as to catch the Siberian mail, which is leaving now.
I have your news up to the 22nd December.
In addition to the little article in October from Colombo, which I shall be glad to have again, I have sent the following to the Tribuna: a First Impressions of Bangkok a ; a Arrival of the White Elephant a ; a Interview with Prince Damrong a (in November), and two articles on the Coronation (in December). You have seen with what care I have described all the particulars of my stay in Bangkok, and will, therefore, realize how upset I shall be to find in my material for future work gaps as long as the a White Elephant,a the Interview with Prince Damrong and the Coronation. Should, however, the Tribuna, on account of Tripoli, not have published anything, please get the MSS. back from them and put them together with my letters, which, by degrees, I should like gathered together in a drawer of my writing-desk.
It may also be that the Tribuna has waited for the articles on the Coronation, to dedicate a whole page to Siam.It may also be that the Tribuna has waited for the articles on the Coronation, to dedicate a whole page to Siam.