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European ExplorersaThe Former Empire a Natural Features of the CountryaNumber and Nature of PopulationaReligionaEducationaState Labour and SlaveryaCharacteristics of the PeopleaMarriage and MoralsaAmusementsaMandalayaCharacteristics of the CapitalaOther Towns ... ... ... i
CHAPTER II. upper burma (Continued).
System of GovernmentaThe Reigning KingaOfficial A Corruption a Taxation a EmigrationaThe Army a Strength and Weakness as a Military PoweraTrade between Upper Burma and British BurmaaBurmese ProduceaTrade between British Burma and South ChinaaFrench Intrigue in Siam and Burma aEnglish Influence must be assertedaFuture of Indo-China ... ... ... ... ... 19System of Governmenta The Reigning Kinga Official A Corruption a Taxation a Emigrationa The Army a Strength and Weakness as a Military Powera Trade between Upper Burma and British Burmaa Burmese Producea Trade between British Burma and South Chinaa French Intrigue in Siam and Burma a English Influence must be asserteda Future of Indo-China ... ... ... ... ... 19