Fasciculi Malayenses

Anthropological and Zoological Results of an Expedition to Perak and the Siamese Malay States, 1901-1902
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Robinson |. PREFACE. THis book is the outcome of a close study of the language and beliefs of the Malays during a period of residence in the Malay Peninsula that has now reached twenty-two years. (now Malayan) Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, to Dr. Gimlette's Malay Poisons and Charms, to Fasciculi Malayenses by Messrs.

Annandale & Robinson, and. THE death of Dr. Nelson Annandale, Director of the Zoological Survey of India, in Calcutta on Ap at the comparatively early age of forty-eight, is a Author: Cedric Dover.

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“Customs of the Malayo-Siamese,” in Fasciculi Malayenses, Anthropology, Part II. (a) (May ). Cited by: 3. b 'Primitive Beliefs and Customs of the Patani Fishermen', in: Fasciculi Malayenses, Part I (). c 'Notes on the Popular Religion of the Patani Malays', Man 'The Theory of Souls Among the Malays of the Malay Peninsula', Asiatic Society of Bengal, Journal, n.s.v Annandale, N., and H.

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Primitive Beliefs and Customs of the Patani Fishermen, in Fasciculi Malayenses, Anthropology, Part I. (April