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Boat Quay : Singapore.
215 x 272 mm. Showing a wine palm growing beside an ornamental lake in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The idea of a Botanic Gardens had been formulated as early as 1822 and land was set aside on the slopes of Fort Canning for the purpose. The present gardens were established in 1859 when the government gave a grant of 50 acres of land to the Singapore Agri-Horticultural Society for the purpose. These were opened to the public in 1874.
This is a detailed account of Shelley's experience in quelling the mutiny, originally written in 1927. It is accompanied by a letter from Shelley to Hugh Bryson (12 sheets).
203 x 86 mm. General view of Woodlands Station, Singapore Island, with a train halted at the platform.