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It may be remarked that Abdullah was not as yielding as had been expected to his English advisers. The Pangkor Treaty was signed in January, 1874. On November 2d, 1875, Mr.

The Dindings The Tragedy on Pulu Pangkor A Tropic Sunrise Sir W. Robinson's Departure "A Touch of the Sun" Kling Beauty A Question and Answer The Bazaars of Georgetown The Chinaman Goes Ahead The Products of Pinang Pepper-Planting HOTEL DE L'EUROPE, PINANG, February 9.

The Boundaries and Rivers of Perak Tin Mining Fruits and Vegetables The Gomuti Palm The Trade of Perak A Future of Coffee A Hopeful Lookout Chinese Difficulties Chinese Disturbances in Larut The "Pangkor Treaty" A "Little War" The Settlement of Perak The Resident and Assistant-Resident

Sir A. Clarke, thus appealed to, went to Pulo Pangkor, off the Perak coast, summoned the Chinese head men and the Malay chiefs to meet him there, and so effectively reconciled the former, who were bound over to keep the peace, that they were not again heard of.

The Governor stated to the Malay chief and Abdullah that it was the duty of England to take care that the proper person in the line of succession was chosen for the throne. He inquired if there were any objection to Abdullah, and on none being made, the chiefs signed a paper dictated by Sir A. Clarke, since known as the "Pangkor Treaty."

Innes, Superintendent of Lower Perak, whose wife so nearly lost her life in the horrible affair at Pulo Pangkor, was in dejected spirits, as if the swamps of Durion Sabatang had been too much for him.

In the evening we reached the Dindings, a lovely group of small islands ceded to England by the Pangkor Treaty, and just now in the height of an unenviable notoriety.