Found in 153 Collections and/or Records:
View looking across the courtyard towards the palace buildings, with two youths seated beneath the carved images in the centre of the open space.
155 x 113 mm. Showing an aboriginal man and child standing beside a fish trap on the bank of the Golok River which forms the boundary between Kelantan and Thailand.
Abstract of letter from the Governor General in Council (with respect to Siam and Kedah), 1824-11-19
European paper, stitched, 210 x 340 mm. There are references to plate numbers, but no accompanying illustrations.
The description of a fishing trip to Janing in Feb. 1899, which then formed the border between Perak and Siam [Thailand].
152 x 110 mm. View from river showing Wat Arun, Temple of Dawn.
104 x 60 mm. View of a small temple.
152 x 110 mm. View of Na Phra Lan Square, with statue of King Chulalongkorn and the Throne Hall (Phra Tinang Ananta Samakon) in the background.
32 x 52 mm.
Burmese titles have been given both in transliteration (Duroiselle's system) and in transcription (Okell's system), and also in English translation.
105 x 55 mm. A view looking along a canal towards a stone bridge possibly in Bangkok.
147 x 105 mm. View looking along a canal lined with houses on piles, presumably in Bangkok.
Kradat phlao, 372 x 738 mm.
Letter from the Mon commander of Siamese forces on the western border relating to a visit by several of his officers to British Burma in order to visit family and engage in trade.
Kradat phlao, 356 x 642 mm.
Letter of thanks to Burney for helping some of his relatives to travel to Siam, and request for assistance for some now coming back to Burma.
303 x 430 mm., European paper, written on one side in pencil.
This letter concerns the Malay states during late 1826 and early 1827, and relates to Burney's mission to Ligor in June 1827.
Album of albumen prints, by unknown photographers, with pencilled captions. The majority of the photographs show scenes in China, but there are also some of Hong Kong and, towards the end, Siam, though the different countries are intermixed.
Kradat phlao, 349 x 524 mm.
A letter from Chaophraya Mahayotha to Brigadier General Sir Archibald Campbell requesting permission for a party of Mons in Thai government service to visit their families in British occupied Lower Burma. An undated note on the reverse records that Burney obtained it from Campbell, probably before travelling to Bangkok in 1825.
Correspondence relating to an article criticising the treaty lately made with Siam published in the 'Penang Gazette', 1827
304 x 431 mm. Four concentric rectangles, and a half a circle within a rectangle, on a single sheet. It appears to represent the Thai-Buddhist universe.