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Ceylon and the Cingalese
Sirr, Henry Charles
|LC Classifications||DS489 S55 1972|
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Excerpt from Ceylon and the Cingalese, Vol. 1: Their History, Government, and Religion, the Antiquities, Institutions, Produce, Revenue, and Capabilities of the Island As a book of reference, we have essayed to render these pages useful, by the classification of chapters, each devoted to a particular : Henry Charles Sirr.
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by Sirr, Ceylon and the Cingalese book Charles, Publication date. The state of Ceylon anterior to the Christian era--Anooradhapoora, when built--Circumference of city walls--Native historical record -- Account given by Fa-Hian, the Chinese traveller of the fourth century--Bridge of devils--Mode of shaping and ornamenting granite years ago--Unicorn known to the Cingalese--Maha-Wihare--Lowa-Maha-Paya --Ruwanelli Saye- Author: Henry Charles Sirr.
THIS book is sufficiently described by its title, being a record of the visit of the Duke of Edinburgh to Ceylon last year, and of his success in the colonial sports of elephant hunting and elk. The English in Ceylon.
May BRITISH policy, or that system which the British Government has for ages systematically pursued, and by which it has acquired its vast colonial empire, is hut very imperfectly understood by the mass of the American people.
Free Download Historic books of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) – PDF format. History of Ceylon from the earliest period to village folk tales of ceylon () Vol 3. The bungalow and the tent or a visit to Ceylon.
tea producing companies of india and ceylon. Spolia zeylanica Vol 1 () views of lipton ceylon tea estates. A register of marriages (about names) in Holy Trinity Church, Nuwara Eliya, include people of all races. Tamils mainly from the tea estates or the labouring classes who had converted to Christianity from Hinduism, the Burghers who were mainly descended from the Dutch, the Cingalese some with Portuguese names and the British who were so short of female.
Abstract. The present form of government of Ceylon was established by Letters Patent of Apriland supplementary orders of March According to the terms of this constitution, the administration is in the hands of a Governor, aided by an Executive Council of five members; viz.
the Officer Commanding the Troops, the Colonial Secretary, the Queen’s Advocate, the. Get this from a library. Ceylon and the Cingalese their history, government, and religion and capabilities of the island.
[Henry Charles Sirr]. Abstract. The present form of government of Ceylon was established by Letters Patent of April,and supplementary orders of March, According to the terms of this constitution, the administration is in the hands of a Governor, aided by an Executive Council of five members; viz., the Officer Commanding the Troops, the Colonial Secretary, the Queen’s Advocate, the.
Ceylon and the Cingalese (2 Vols-Set) Account of the Island of Ceylon from the Year to /R. Percival: Book No. ; Ceylon the Paradise of Adam - The Record of the Seven Years Residence in Ceylon/Caroline Corner: Book No.
A Description of Ceylon, Containing an Account of the Country, Inhabitants, and Natural Productions;: With Narratives of a Tour Round the Island inthe Campaign in Candy inand a Journey to Ramisseram in Illustrated by Twenty-five Engravings from Original Drawings, Volume 1.
CEYLON ROLL OF HONOUR WORLD WAR 1 Part 1 A-K (PDF Format) Eileen Hewson. This e-book contains approx records collated after World War 1 of those who served in the War and resided in Sri Lanka (Ceylon).
Buy relevant books This folk-tale entitled “the story of the pearl necklace” is gathered from oral sources sources, tracing its origin to ancient Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
These tales are often found to contain similarities from stories from Buddhism and Hinduism. Etymology. From the Sanskrit word Sinhala, meaning literally "of lions". The Mahavamsa records the origin of the Sinhalese people and related historical events.
It traces the historical origin of the Sinhalese people back to the first king of Sri Lanka, Vijaya, who is the son of Sinhabahu (Sanskrit meaning 'Sinha' (lion) + 'bahu' (hands, feet), the ruler of lia: ~, (). Get this from a library. Ceylon and the Cingalese: their history, government, and religion, the antiquities, institutions, produce, rrevenue, and capabilities of the island: with anecdotes illustrating the manners and customs of the people.
[Henry Charles Sirr]. Appears in 20 books from Page 69 - Ibn Khaldun's History of the Berbers ; translated by the Rev. Professor Lee. This Is a rare and valuable Arabic work, containing an account of the origin, progress, and decline of the dynasties which governed the northern coast of Africa.
These three volumes, together with between five and six hundred books in the Cingalese, Pali, Tamil, and Sanskrit languages, relating to the history, religion, manners, and literature of the Cingalese, Hindu, and Mohammedan inhabitants of Ceylon, which I had collected at a considerable expense were lost inin the “Lady Jane Dundas.Travel in Ceylon by Andrew Carnegiein Round the World pp The City of the Sacred Bo-Tree - Anuradhapura by James Ricalton,Scribner's magazine.
Vol. X, No 3, September, pp.Charles Scribner's Sons New York.