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" The sons were separated and scattered over different countries, to which their fortunes happened to lead them. Some remained in the island of Percha (Sumatra), some went to the island of Balli, and some to those parts of Java that lie beyond the jurisdiction... "
Memoirs of a Malayan Family - Page 82
by Nakhoda Muda - 1830 - 88 pages
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A Grammar of the Malayan Language: With an Introduction and Praxis...

William Marsden - 1812 - 225 pages
...whilst others sought those parts of Java which lie beyond the jurisdiction of the Dutch Company. Such were their resting places. Like birds they directed...with edible fruit, and there they alighted. They were in the state of chickens who had lost their careful mother. When they found persons who were disposed...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

1830
...son, IncJii La-uddin, the writer of the memoirs, became a juratolis, or native writer, at Palli. " Like birds, they directed their flight to wherever...presented them with edible fruit, and there they alighted. When it was their chance to meet with people who were inclined to shew them compassion, to those they...
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