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Bastin, John & Roolvink, R. (Editors)

Published by O.U. P. (1964)

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From: Longfellows Books (Portland, OR, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: O.U. P., 1964. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition.. Fine book/Near Fine jacket. 1st edition. Unmarked. Unclipped. 357 pages. Two folding maps. PO name stamp inside front cover covered by DJ flap. Seller Inventory # 016483

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BASTIN, JOHN; ROOLVINK, R. (Editors)

Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford (1964)

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From: Black Letter Books, LLC. (Stillwater, MN, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1964. Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Contents include: A Possible Interpretation of the Inscription at Kedukan Bukit (Palembang) by G. Coedes; Desultory Remarks on the Ancient History of the Malay Peninsula by Paul Wheatley; Takuapa: The Probable Site of a Pre-Malaccan Entrepot in the Malay Peninsula by Alastair Lamb; The Opening of Relations between China and Malacca, 1403-5 by Wang Gungwu; The Achinese Attack on Malacca in 1629 by C.R. Boxer; British Commercial and Strategic Interest in the malay Peninsula During the Late Eighteenth Century by D.K.Bassett; Problems of Personality in the Reinterpretation of Modern Malaysian History by John Bastin; A Kedah Letter of 1839 by C. Skinner; The Origins of British Control in the Malay States before Colonial Rule by C.M. Turnbull; The Colonial Office and the Protected Malay States by Emily Sadka; Migration and Assimilation of Rural Chinese in Trengganu by L.A.P. Gosling; Hikayat Raja Raja Pasai and Sejarah Melayu by A. Teeuw; The Character of the Malak Annals by P.E. de Josselin de Jong; Two New "Old" Malay Manuscripts by R. Roolvink; A Malay Scriptorium by P. Voorhoeve; The Balinese Sengghu-priest, a Shaman, but not a Sufi, a Saiva, and a Vaisnava ny C. Hooykaas; 'Internal Conversion' in Contemporary Bali by Clifford Geertz; Amir Hamzah: Malay Prince, Indonesian Poet, by A.H. Johnson; Sumbangan Sir Richard Winstedt Dalam Penyelidekan Pengajian Melayu by Zainal-'Abidin bin Ahmad. 8vo, xii + 358pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece, plates, and a folding generalogical chart at rear. Hardcover, bound in original blue cloth with cream & green printed dustjacket. In very good condition. Firm binding and crisp, clean, pages. One of the articles has a few minor notations to margins, otherwise unmarked. The dustjacket is unclipped and in very good condition with minor wear to edges, now protected in a clear Mylar wrapper. A very nice copy of a very scarce book. Book. Seller Inventory # 004984

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