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Captives refuse to be released.
In releasing Burmese among the difficulties this curious onea fused to be re were chiefly who had been from Burma young. They grown up as knew no lan-Chin, and had upon the Chins people. Such cap-and scratched and also swore, when the Poli-release them and give them
captives from the Chins, that cropped up was the captives released ! These girls and boys, carried away when very had thus Chins and guage but come to look as their own tives kicked and bit cried, and no doubt tical Officer attempted to to their fond parents. Such
is human nature ! and kept the cap
Sometimes the Chiefs had to be put in the Quarter-Guard
there, till the villagers produced tives demanded.
one ^ used as a a volley
burial-party. They were, however, soon put to flight, and the interment completed without further interference.
R funeral party disturbed.
In one of the columns a funeral-party was performing the last rites for a dead comrade, when the Chins, objecting to of their fields being burial-ground, hurled of stones at the
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