2 edition of Malay States, 1877-1895 found in the catalog.
Malay States, 1877-1895
Philip Fook Seng Loh
|Series||East Asian historical monographs|
|LC Classifications||DS596.5 L64|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||233|
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The Malay States Political Change and Social Policy - Philip Loh Fook Seng Rather than dealing with British officials' activities on the ground that led to establishing the Federated Malay States inthe author provides a background of the the ideas that drove the main actors.
Governor Weld, Hugh Low, Clifford and Swettenham feature prominently. Please see. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Loh, Philip Fook Seng. Malay States, Singapore, New York, Oxford University Press, The Malay States, Political Change and Social Policy (East Asian Monograph) [P.
Seng] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: 3. The Malay States, (Book Review). Sardesai, D.R. // American Historical Review;Feb75, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p Reviews the book 'The Malay States, Political Change and Social Policy,' by Philip Loh Fook Seng. Siam and Patani in the Age of Colonialism: Chulalongkorn Reform and the Fall of the Patani Kingdom.
The Malayan tin industry to with special reference to the states of 1877-1895 book, Selangor, Negri, Sembilan, and Pahang, Volume 14 of Monographs of the Association for Asian Studies, Lin Ken Wong, University of Arizona Press, ; The Malay States, political change and social policy, Philip Fook Seng Loh, Oxford University Press, Emily Sadka died on 19 July in Perth, Western Australia, the same year her revised 1877-1895 book in book form, "The Protected Malay States, ," was published.
Three boxes of her handwritten drafts and extracts from various journals are kept at the National Library of Australia, and at the Australian National University's mater: St. Hilda's College, Oxford, Australia. The Protected Malay States (Kuala Lumpur, University of Malaya Press, ) Tun Mohamed Salleh Abas & Das, K., May Day for Justice (Kuala Lumpur, Magnus Books, ) Shafruddin Hashim, The Federal Factor in the Government and Politics of PeninsularMalaysia (Singapore, OUP, ) Sheridan, L.A.
& Groves, H.E. Malay States – Political Change and Social Policy (), is another work which deals with the o ﬃ cial actions of various personal ities and outlines some of the attitudes and Author: Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja.
The Malay States Political Change and Social Policy. SENG, PHILIP LOH FOOK. Stock ID: Maps, including two Malay States, xvi + pp, appendices, references, index, Malay States marking margins, little pale browning endpapers, worn dustjacket now protected, a sound copy.
Edited by Jerome Ch'en and Nicholas Tarling. Cambridge at the University Press, Malay States POLITICS OF REFORM IN THAILAND: Education in the Reign of King Chulalongkorn. By David K. Wyatt. New Haven and London, Yale University Press, THE MALAY STATES – Political and Social Policy. By Philip Loh Fook Seng.
East Asian Historical. The Malay States Political Changes and Social Policy - Philip Loh Fook Seng(Oxford University Press, Singapore, ) VG HB RM The Masked Comrades: A Study of the Communist United Front in Malaya, - Cheah Boon Kheng (Times Books International, ) BG LB RM Modern Malaysian constitutional history can largely be analysed in terms of the fortunes of three federations: the Federated Malay States (), the Federation of Malaya () and the Federation of Malaysia ().
The last two are recent enough to fall within the domain of contemporary by: 2. 41 See my short note on “ The First State Council in the Protected Malay States, ” JMBRAS, XXXIX, 1 (), – ; and the concise discussion in Sadka, op. cit., pp.
– The third State Council, that of Sungai Ujong, was formed in ; see Gov. Straits Weld to Sec. State Derby, 29 Jan. (Parl. Pap. ).Cited by: 3. The Malay States Political Change and Social Policy - Philip Loh RM Rather than dealing with British officials' activities on the ground that led to establishing the Federated Malay States inthe author provides a background of the the ideas that drove the main actors.
22 See Constitution (Amendment) Act (Act A). 23 I.e. the High Courts and inferior courts. 4 See D. Horowitz, "The Qur'an and the common law: Islamic law reform and the theory of legal change", AJCL, 42,pp.; A. Harding, "Islam and public law in Malaysia: some reflections in the aftermath of Susie Teoh's case", in C.
Mallat, (ed.), Islam Cited by: 6. The Malay States Political Change and Social PolicyThe Younghusband Expedition: An Interpretation. Robin W. Winks, Philip Loh Fook Seng & Parshotam Mehra - - Journal of the American Oriental Society 93 (2)Cited by: 8.
The Malay States Political Change and Social Policy. By PHILIP LOH FOOK SENG. + xvi, 2 maps. Singapore and Kuala Lumpur: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.
$ The Younghusband Expedition: An Interpretation. By PARSHOTAM MEHRA. + xxii, 15 illustrations. New York: ASIA PUBLISHING HOUSE. [?]. The Malayan tin industry to with special reference to the states of Perak, Selangor, Negri, Sembilan, and Pahang, Volume 14 of Monographs of the Association for Asian Studies, Lin Ken Wong, University of Arizona Press, The Malay States, political change and social policy, Philip Fook Seng Loh, Oxford University Press, East Asian Historical Monographs (共55册), 这套丛书还有 《The Straits Settlements, 》,《The Origins of Chinese Bolshevism》,《The Malay States, 》,《Search for Modern Nationalism》,《Perak, the Abode of Grace》 等。Author: Tej Bunnag.
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