SIR JAMES BROOKE, K.C.B. 107
and " Tuan Williamson," with four or five boats, will be at Linga in one or two days.
Sarawak, 22nd October, 1845. Hearing that a pirate fleet were coming out of Sakarran, led by some sheriffs, our fleet did babala or collect, and took eighteen boats.
12th November, 1845.
The Tuan Besar has heard from Tuan Williamson, and Bandar Cassim, and the Sadung Dyaks, that they are ill-used, their children made slaves, and their property seized, by Abong Tahah, and the other men residing at Gadong. The Tuan Besar sends this letter to Bandar Cassim to request Bandar Cassim to let the Abong Tahah, and the people of Gadong know that the Tuan Besar will not allow them to live at Gadong, or any other part of the Sadung river, if they continue to do evil, and will punish them for their crimes. The Bandar Cassim can make known this letter to Abong Tahah, and the Gadong people who are to obey his commands ; and if they fail to do so, the Bandar can inform the Tuan Besar.
Sarawak, 29th Nov. 1845.
The Tuan Besar wishes to tell his friend Patingi Abdulraman that the Dyaks of the interior of Rejang
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