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Raffles and Singapore. 94p. Academic exercise - Raffles College,
Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali . Persaingan di antara keluarga Sultan dengan keluarga Temenggung di Johor 1835-1885. 387p. Thesis (Ph.D.) - Universiti Malaya, 1984. [D6*M 1984 1]
Barley, Nigel . The Duke of Puddle Dock: travels in the footsteps of Stamford Raffles. London: Viking, 1991. 276p. Part history and part travelogue; the title is derived from a taunt aimed at Raffles by his aunt on account of his early ambitions for upward mobility. [DS646.26 Raf.Br]
Alatas, Hussein, Syed . Thomas Stamford Raffles, 1781-1826: schemer or reformer. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1971. 65p. [DS646.26 Raf.Al]
Bartley, W. The population of Singapore in 1819. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 42(1):112-113, 1969. [DS591 RASMJ]
Bastin, John , ed. Sir Stamford Raffles's letters to Nathaniel Wallich. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 54(2), 1981. [DS591 RASMJ]
Boulger, D. C. de K. The life of Sir Stamford Raffles. London: Charles Knight, 1973. 207p. Reprint. Originally published in 1897. [DS646.26 Raf.B]
Braddell, T. Notices of Singapore. Journal of the Indian Archpelago and Eastern Asia, 7:325-357, 1853; 8:97-111, 329-348, 403-419, 1854; 9:53-65, 442-482, 1855. [DS501 JIEA]
Buckley, Charles Burton. An anecdotal history of old times in Singapore: from the foundation of the settlement under the honourable the East India Company on February 6th, 1819 to the transfer to the Colonial Office as part of the colonial possessions of the Crown on April 1st, 1867. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1984. 790p. Reprint. Originally published in 1902. [DS599.6 Buc]
Bunnag, S. C. The founding of Singapore, 1819. Asian Studies, 4(3):532-548, 1966. [DS1 AST]
Cangi, Ellen C. Civilizing the people of Southeast Asia: Sir Stamford Raffles' town plan for Singapore, 1819-23. Planning Perspectives, 8(2):166-187, 1993. [HT166 PP]
Ernest C. T. The foundation of a British
settlement. IN Chew, Ernest C. T. & Lee, Edwin, eds. A history
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C. D., comp. & ed. Early Penang and
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of the East India Company .
Singapore: Malaya Pub. House, 1950. 210p.
Crawfurd, John . Journal of an Embassy from the Governor-General to the courts of Siam and Cochin China. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1967. 598p. Reprint. Originally published in London, 1828. [DS565 Cra]
Doran, Christine . Historical constructions of Raffles’ wives. Kajian Mlaysia, 16(1/2):20, 1998. Examines the ways in which Raflles’ wives, Olivia Devenish and Sophia Hull, have been represented in historical writings. [HN770 KM]
Egerton, Hugh Edward . Sir Stamford Raffles: England in the Far East. London: T.F. Unwin, 1900. 290p. [DS646.26 Raf.E]
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Holding the fort: Melaka under two flags, 1795-1845. Kuala Lumpur:
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on early Singapore.
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Kathirithamby-Wells, J. Early Singapore and the inception of a Brtish administrative tradition. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 42(2):48-73, Dec. 1969. [DS591 RASMJ]
Kemp, P. H. van der. De Singapoorsche papieroorlog. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 49:389-547, 1898. An exchange of letters and publicity surrounding the 1819 establishment of the port in Singapore by Stamford Raffles. Letters in English, French and Dutch. [DS611 BTLV]
Kemp, P. H. van der . De stichting van Singapore, de afstand ervan met Malakka door Nederland en de gelijktijdige Britsche aanspracken op den Linga-Riouw-archipel. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 54:313-476, 1902. Documents in Dutch, French and English about the founding of Singapore, its relationship with Malacca through the Netherlands and British claims to the Riau-Lingga archipelago. [DS611 BTLV]
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Pearson, H. F. Lt. Jackson's plan of Singapore. Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 26(1):200-204, 1953. [DS501 RASMJ]
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Rajah, Thavamani Devi . John Crawfurd, Resident of Singapore, 1823-1826. 65p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS599.51 Cra.R]
Tan, Kevin . The adminisitration of justice in early Singapore, 1819-1867: some impressions. Law Society's Journal, 3(2):26-31, 1986. [KA1 LSJ]
Tarling, Nicholas . Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the Malay world, 1780-1824. London: Cambridge University Press, 1962. 189p. [DS603 Tar]
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Tiwary, Ram Awadh . Raffles at Singapore. 104p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS646.26 Raf.T ]
Tregonning, K. G. The British in Malaya: the first forty years, 1786-1826. Tucson, AZ: Published for the Association for Asian Studies by the University of Arizona Press, 1965. 186p. Has a chapter on the origins of modern Singapore (pp. 147-163). [DS599.6 Tre]
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Webster, Anthony . The origins of the Straits Settlements: British trade and policy in the Malay archipelago, 1786 to 1824. 331 p. Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, 1984. Microfiche.
Wilson, Harold E. An abortive plan for an Anglo-Chinese college in Singapore. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 40(2):97-109, 1972. [DS591 RASMJ]
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