MALAYSIAN

[Printed pamphlet.] Federation of Malaya. The Evidence Ordinance of the Federation of Malaya. F. of M. No. 11 of 1950. With Index. Compiled by S. Kula Singam, M.B.E., First Legal Assistant, Attorney-General's Chambers, Kuala Lumpur.

Author: 
S. Kula Singam, M.B.E., First Legal Assistant, Attorney-General's Chambers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. [Malaysia]
Publication details: 
Kuala Lumpur: Printed at the Government Press by H. T. Ross, Government Printer. 1951.
£250.00

[1] + vii + 84pp., 8vo. In grey printed wraps. Very good, with rusting from staples. Singam's 'subject-matter Index' covers pp.63-84. Scarce: the only copies on OCLC WorldCat and COPAC at the British Library, Lousiana State University Law Library, and Singapore. From the private papers of C. A. A. Nicol (1921-2012), OBE, CPM, AMN, who was a 'Member of a joint FCO/MOD department in Hong Kong' between 1970 and 1975.

Typed Letter Signed from an Englishman named 'Mac' in Singapore to his friend and business associate 'Dane' in England, describing the post-war situation there ('a hell of a mess') and 'a very adventurous trip' to Bajau.

Author: 
[Malayan Rubber Trading Co., Ltd; Malaysia; Gan Chong Bin; Singapore]
Malayan Rubber Trading Co., Ltd
Publication details: 
Malayan Rubber Trading Co. Ltd, P.O. Box 396, Singapore; 7 June 1946.
£180.00
Malayan Rubber Trading Co., Ltd

Folio, 1 p. 70 lines. Text clear and complete. Fair, on aged and creased paper. Signed 'Mac', with 'Duplicate' in the same hand at head of page. He had 'a lousy trip, a dry ship, eight to a two berth cabin and only one step - Port Said. And what a disappointment when I stepped ashore at Singapore.

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