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ROUTES TO CHINA.
routes from bhamo and mandalay (amarapura) to pekin and yunan city ; and four routes from bhamo to the eastward.
Route from Bham to PeMn travelled by a mission deputed by the King of Ava to the Emperor of China in the year 1833, takertfrom Burmese documents by Lieuteyiant Colonel Burney, Resident in Ava, in 1837.* 1833. Miles.
11 tli August Bham to Momauk 12
12th a . Ta-da-gyee 8
13th a . Village of Kakhyen Chief Tein 12
14th a . Matheng 12
16th tt .. Foot of Muangkhah mountain 12
17th ft Loaylone Fort (Chinese) 14
18th tt Muangwan 16
22nd ft Kendat Fort (Chinese) Shuemuelone mountain (distance not given).
23rd ft . Mantoun 16
24th a Nantin 14
26th n aa . Tengyechew or Momien 20
7th September .. . Kanlantshan 16
8th a . Pa-weng after crossing iron suspension bridge over Shuaylee 16
9th tt . Phupyauk after crossing Salween by boat 14
10th tt Yung-chang-fu ... 12
12th a Kuonb 8
13th ii a a . Shya-muho after crossing iron suspension bridge over Mekong 16
14th a . Youn-pyen-hien... 18
15th n aa . Khuon-leng-phu 18
16th a , Yan-pyin-hien, between this and the previous halt crossed a river 10 miles from Khuon-leng-phu by an iron suspension bridge (distance not given).
17th ft Hokyanpo, crossing at Yan-pyin-hien an iron suspension bridge over the Hokyan river 12
18th tt Tsauk-chow 18
19th A a a a Khoun-haik 16
20th ,, .A , Yit-nan-yi 18
21st tt aa , Phu-poun 12
* Journ. Asiatic Soc., vol. VI, p. 546.
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