JiOTE ON THE 4^ST0RY OF THE (%IN ^UihS,
J. D. MACNABB, Esq., B.S.C., Political Officer, Chin Hills.
The great mountain ranges of Thibet and Central Asia send down, west and south of the supposed sources of the mighty Brahmaputra, a great offshoot or
jng ranges to until as Cape its last peak, it looks the Indian Ocean.
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These mountains are inhabited by various tribes, which, known under many different names, are alike at least in their barbarous instincts and raiding proclivities. In Bengal since 1844, and in Chittagong and Lower Burma since 1847, they have been a constant source of trouble and anxiety.
The history of our dealings with these tribes is one long tale of forbearance
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