The Image of War ; or, Service on the Chin Hills.
Roland for an Oliver in the shape of silvered copper coin. But on such occasions
they have gone to the Civil Officer with the false coin and he has usually replaced it with good coin, and so they at all events have never suffered.
When we these hills, many regarding clothing the Chin We have nearly pene-corner of but we have across the Chin got nodings on." The who only wore a piece mythical. On the contrary, the reference to the pictures will dirty and ugly race as a women were the only who went about with covered.
first came up into there were ports re-the scanty worn by women, now pretty trated every Py these hills, never come ladies "vot hadn't story about the females THE YU JARS- of board is quite
Chin ladies dress very decently indeed, as a show. They are, however, a whole. The Tashon ones we came across their bosoms un-
The whole of Tashons and Yahows Lunnoos and otb classed as Boung-Burmese term ap-who wear their hair
CHINS DRINKING YU.
the Chins, from the in the North to the the south, may be shays. This is a plied to the Chins dressed in a knot inthe Chins, from the in the North to the the south, may be shays. This is a plied to the Chins dressed in a knot in