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   Container / Location    Title
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Prince George, eldest Son of the second King
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Like the preceding, but in undress
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A younger brother of Prince George, a Midshipman in the Siamese Navy
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Mum Rachadie, Chief of the Foreign Police
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The Superior of a Siamese Wat
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The celebrated image of Budda, of green Jasper, considered by the Siamese their Palladium in Wat Baromaniwat
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View of the Temples, Bell-tower, etc., of Wat Tepatida, Bangkok
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View of the Temple Buildings of Wat Ratshmada, Bangkok
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The out-buildings of a Wat
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The Wat Saket Monastery, Bangkok. Temples of Wat Po in the distance
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Priest's Residences at the Wat Saket Monastery or Temple, Bangkok
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The Hankatong at Wat Saket
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Library of the Wat Saket Temple or Monastery, Bangkok
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Not Identified
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Bird's eye view of the buildings of a Wat. View over the city from Wat Saket
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The Kankatong at Wat Saket
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Illegible
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View of Wat B, from one of the islets in the river Island of the Maks Nak by Nat Saket
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Court of Wat Dokami (Wat Boudet ?)
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A group of Siamese men and boys
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A Lahhon (?) with recitals
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A Siamese woman in her usual dress
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A Siamese woman, added to this is a Siamese lady - sister of the King's wives
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A group of Siamese women
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A Siamese Priest reading a Homily
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Musicians
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Musicians
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Laos reciting a love-story, accompanied by the clapping of the hands of the rest and the sound of the Laospipe
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Female musicians
  3  
Siamese playing a single stick or quarter-staff
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Lenn Champann, a Siamese play
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Ipong (?) A play with Cowries (?)
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Lenn Tuah, a game played for money
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Thott Caett, played upon the same principle as the foregoing
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Siamese boxing
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Women sowing (sic)
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Cleaning and spinning cotton
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Purifying and refining gold
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A Siamese female shampooed by her servants
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Dressing the queue
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Shampooing by female medical attendant
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Children, the mother lying before the fire
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Cutting hair
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A Siamese Noble being conveyed in a hammock to a visit
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A visitor, the lady's servants in attendance
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A Siamese Official dictating a Despatch (sic)
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Cleaning (gleaming ?) rice from the husk
  5  
Breaking the husk
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A Siamese at dinner, his wives preparing
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A Siamese Noble going on a visit
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A man carrying water, a woman and girl offering fruits and vegetables for sale
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War junks on the Samsen Creek
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H. Brit, Majesty's Consulate, The Consul's residence
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Not identified, but probably the Consul's residence
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Precincts of a Wat
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In Cambodia
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The Mah'a nak Canal, suburbs of Bangkok, Siam
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View of Bangkok, taken from the Landing Stage (?) of H.M. Consulate
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Her Brit, Majesty's Consulate, The Council's Interpreter and first and second Assistant's residences
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The Great Swing (missing as of Sept. 11, 2000)
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Pra Rahu, riding Krat, holding a mallet, a Brahminical deity to whom offerings are made in Siam when evils are to be averted or success sought
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Pra Narai, four-armed riding Krut younger brother of Pra In Suan
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Pra Ankan, riding a buffalo, holding an oblong shiled and sword. The Planet Mars deified. A Brahinical divinity, invoked in Siam to avert evil
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Pra Ket, riding a serpent and holding a sabre. A Brahminical deity to whom offerings are made in Siam, when evils are to be averted and success sought
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Pra Sau, riding a tiger and holding a trident. A Brahminical divinity (a deification of the planet Saturn) whose aid the Siamese invoke to avert evil, etc.
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Pra Hat Bodi, riding a deer and holding a long-handled lance. The planet Jupiter personified, a Brahminical deity, invoked in Siam to avert evil, etc.
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Pra I Suan, riding an ox and holding a trident (the siva of the Brahmins)
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Pra Tsan, riding a horse, holding a circular shield and sword. The moon god. A Brahminical deity invoked in Siam to avert misfortune, etc.
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Pra Atit, riding Traison, holding a serpent-shaped bow. A Brahminical deity (the Sun deified) invoked by the Siamese to avert evil and ensure success
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Pra Suk, riding an ox and holding a snake-shaped bow. The planet Venus deified. A Brahminical divinity, invoked in Siam to avert evil, etc.
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Pra Plon holding a sword, riding a rhinoceros, a Brahminical deity, invoked by the Siamese
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Pra Prom, with four faces and eight arms, riding the bird called Hong. A deity to the Bramins to whom offerings are made, sometimes, in Siam
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Pramaha Wikinet (Gunesha of the Hindus) a son of Pra Insuan, held in great esteem by Siamese physicians
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Pra Put, riding an elephant and holding a sword in each hand. A Brahminical deity (the planet Mercury personified) invoked to avert calamity, etc.
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Siamese play - actors
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Siamese actor, the Executioner of the Sentence
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Siamese play - actors
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Figures from a Wat (?) referring to religious traditions
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Siamese play - actors
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A Siamese actor, the Execution(er ?) in the Tragedy
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An actor, representing a Prince
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One of the Maids of the Queen, fancy dress of H.M. the King
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Siamese play - actors
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Siamese actors
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Siamese play - actors
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Siamese play - actors
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Siamese play - actors
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Siamese play - actors (? not identified)
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Siamese actors in rehersal
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Siamese actors, representing a Princess
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Siamese play - actors
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Siamese actors
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Siamese actors - two Princesses with conical headdresses
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A Siamese actor, a young lady representing a Prince
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Wat Shaang (?) or Cheng
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Not Identified
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Siamese play - actors