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only about 13,000 of these excellent emigrants in British Burmah.
If a railway be once constructed, and a through route established, large numbers would thus find their way to Burmah. As it is, coolies from China come for the season's traffic to Kiang-hung, Kiang-tung and the neighbouring Shan country.
interior of yang-yu-ko's palace at tali.