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Pre-colonial and early colonial sources in Burmese

  • Ba Thein, Ko Hkayaing Thamaingem (History of Kyauksé), Mandalay, 1910.
  • Kala, Maha Yazawindawgyi (The Great Chronicle), reprint, Rangoon, 1960.
  • The Kanimyo Sitkè (Mindin Yaza), Mandalay Yadanapon Mahayazawindawgyi (History of Mandalay), reprint, Rangoon, 1969.
  • The Kinwun Mingyi, Kinwun Mingyi London Myo Thwa Nezinhmat Sadan (London Diary of the Kinwun Mingyi), reprint, Rangoon, 1953.
  • Pannasami, Thathanawuntha (History of the Religion), reprint, London, 1952.
  • Pe Maung Tin and Furnival, J.S., eds., Zambudipa Oksaung Kyan, reprint, Rangoon, 1960.
  • Pe Maung Tin and Luce, G.H. (trans.), The Glass Palace Chronicles of the Kings of Burma, Rangoon, 1910.
  • Pe Maung Tin and Luce, G.H., eds., Selections from the Inscription of Pagan, Rangoon, 1928.
  • Than Tun, ed., Royal Orders of Burma 1598-1885, part 9, Kyoto, 1989.
  • Tin (Mandalay), Konbaungzet Maha Yazawindawgyi (Great Royal Chronicles of the Konbaung Dynasty), Rangoon, 1905.
  • Tin (Pagan), Myanma Min Okchokpon Sadan (Documents relating to the Administration of the Burmese Kings), 5 vols., Rangoon, 1931-3.

Pre-colonial Burmese sources in translation

  • The Kinwun Mingyi, Translation of a Digest of the Burmese Buddhist Law Concerning Inheritance and Marriages, Rangoon, 1903-09.
  • Sao Saimong Mangrai, The Padaeng Chronicle and the Jeng Tung State Chronicles Translated, Ann Arbor, 1981.
  • Trager, F.N. and Koenig, William, eds., Burmese Sit-tans, 1764-1826: Records of Rural Life and Administration,Tucson, 1979.

Unpublished sources in Burmese

  • Ohn Kyi, ‘Salin Thugaung Thamaing (Akyin)’ in Bama Thamaing (Studies in Burmese History) by colleagues of Dr Thau Tun (mimeo.).

Published sources in Burmese

  • Ba Lwin, Abisha Husseini Htayruppatti Kyan, Mandalay, 1970.
  • Ba U, Mandalay Centenary: History of Burmese Muslims,Mandalay, 1959.
  • Myanma Okchokyay Pyinnya,Mandalay, n.d.
  • Chan Mya, ‘Shay Hkit Pyinnashi Yway Pwe’, in Myanma-sa Pyiannya Padetha Sasaung, 1 (1966), 250-85.
  • Maung Maung Tin, Sadanmya, Rangoon, 1975.
  • Maung Tin (ed.), Yaw Mingyi U Po Hlaing Attuppatti hnin Raza Dhamma Thingaha Kyan,Rangoon, 1975.
  • Hmawbi Saya Thein, Pyinnyashi Gyi Mya Akyaung, Rangoon, 1966.
  • Myanma Wyngyi Hmugyi Mya Akyaung, Rangoon, 1967.
  • Saya O,Kohkayaing Thamaing-taw Attuppatti,Mandalay, 1925.
  • Tin Ohn, Yaw atwinwun U Po Hlaing, Rangoon, 1969.

Pre-colonial and early colonial unpublished sources in English

  • Phayre, Arthur, ‘A Historical Memorandum on the Burma Hunters Family from Beginning to the Present 1866 AD’, British Library, Oriental Manuscript, OR3470

Pre-colonial and early colonial published sources in English

  • Baird, J.G.A., ed., Private Letters of the Marquess of Dalhosie, Edinburgh, 1910.
  • Black, Charles Drummond, The Marquess of Dufferin and Ava: Diplomatist, Viceroy, Statesman,London, 1903.
  • Brown, R. Grant, Burma As I Saw it 1889-1917: With a Chapter on Recent Events, London, 1924.
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  • Browne, Horace, Reminiscences of the Court of Mandalay,London, 1907.
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  • Colbeck, J.A., Letters from Mandalay,Knaresborough, 1892.
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  • Cox, Hiram, Journal of a Residence in the Burman Empire and More Particularly at the Court of Amarapoorah,London, 1821.
  • Crawfurd, J.,Journal of an Embassy from the Governor General of India to the Court of Ava in the Year 1826, London, 1834.
  • Crosthwaithe, Charles, The Pacification of Burma, London, 1912.
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  • Dautremer, Joseph, Burma under British Rule,trans. George Scott, London, 1913.
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  • Ferrars, Max and Bertha, Burma, London, 1900.
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  • Forbes, Charles, British Burma and its People, London, 1878.
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  • Geary, Grattan,Burma, After the Conquest, Viewed in its Political, Social and Commercial Aspects from Mandalay,London, 1886.
  • Gouger, H., Personal Narrative of Two Years’ Imprisonment in Burmah, London, 1860.
  • Hall, D.G.E., ed.,The Dalhousie-Phayre Correspondence, 1852-56, London, 1932.
  • Michael Symes: Journal of his Second Embassy of the Court of Ava in 1807,London, 1955.
  • Ireland, A., The Province of Burma, 2 vols., Boston, 1907.
  • Jardine, John, Notes on Buddhist Law, Rangoon, 1882.
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  • Nisbit, J., Burma Under British Rule and Before, 2 vols., London, 1901.
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  • O’Conner, V.C.Scott, Mandalay and Other Cities of the Past in Burma, London, 1907.
  • The Silken East: A Record of Life and Travel in Burma, London, 1905.
  • Phayre, Arthur, ‘Private Journal of Sir Arthur Phayre’ in Henry Yule, Mission to the Court of Ava in 1855, reprint, Kuala Lumpur, 1968.
  • Richardson, D., ed., The Damethat or the Laws of Menoo,Moulmein, 1847.
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  • Scott, J.G., Burma: A Handbook of Practical Information, London, 1921.
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Unpublished sources in English

  • Croziet, Ralph Charles, ‘Antecedents of the Burma Road: Nineteenth Century British Interest in Trans-Burma Trade Routes to China’, M.A. dissertation, University of Washing, Seattle, 1960.
  • Koenig, William J., ‘The Early Kon-Baung Policy, 1752-1819: A Study of Politics, Administration and Social Organization’, Ph.D. dissertation, University of London, 1978.
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  • Myo Myint, ‘The Politics of Survival in Burma: Diplomacy and Statecraft in the Reign of King Mindon 1853-1878’, Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University, 1987.
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  • Tarling, Nicholas, ed., Cambridge History of Southeast Asia, 2 vols., Cambridge, 1993.
  • Taw Sein Ko, ‘A Study in Burmese Sociology’, Journal of the Burmese Research Society, 10 (1920).
  • Taylor, Robert,
    • An Undeveloped State: The Study of Modern Burma’s Politics,Monash, 1983.
    • The State in Burma, London, 1987.
  • Tet Htoot, ‘The Nature of the Burmese Chronicles’, in D.G.E. Hall, ed., Historians of Southeast Asia, London, 1961.
  • Than Tun,
    • ‘Administration under King Thalun (1629-1648)’, Journal of the Burma Research Society, 51 (1968), 173-89.
    • Essays on the History and Buddhism of Burma, Edinburgh, 1988.
  • Thaung, ‘Burmese Kingship During the Reign of King Mindon’, Journal of the Burma Research Society, 49 (1966), 1-22.
  • Tin Ohn, ‘Modern Historical Writing in Burmese’, in D.G.E. Hall, ed., Historians of Southeast Asia, London, 1961.
  • Tinker, Hugh,The Union of Burma: A Study of the First Years of Independence, Oxford, 1961.
  • Trager, Frank, Burma: From Kingdom to Republic: A Historical and Political Analysis,London, 1966.
  • Trocki, A., ‘Political Structures in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries’, in Nicholas Tarling, ed., The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia, vol. II, Cambridge, 1993.
  • Tun Wai,
    • Economic Development of Burma from 1800 til 1940, Rangoon, 1961.
    • Burma’s Currency and Credit, Bombay, 1962.
  • Turrell, Robert Vicant, ‘Conquest and Concession: The Case of the Burma Ruby Mines’, Modern Asian Studies, 22 (1988), 145-63.
  • Turwiel, B.J., A History of Modern Thailand, 1767-1942, St Lucia, 1983.
  • Twitchett, Denis and Fairbank, John K., ed. The Cambridge History of China,vol. II: Late Ch’ing, 1800-1911,part 2, Cambridge, 1980.
  • Vandergeest, Peter, ‘Hierarchy and Power in Pre-National Buddhist States’, Modern Asian Studies, 27 (1993), 843-71.
  • Woodman, Dorothy, The Making of Burma, London, 1962.
  • Woodside, Alexander, Community and Revolution in Modern Vietnam,Boston, 1976.
  • Wyatt, David,
    • A Short History of Thailand, New Haven, 1984.
    • Studies in Thai History, Chiang Mai, 1994.
  • Wyatt, David and Woodside, Alexander, eds., Moral Order and the Question of Change: Essays on Southeast Asian Thought, New Haven, 1982.
  • Yeager, Moshe, The Muslims of Burma: A Study of a Minority Group,Wiesbaden, 1972.
  • Yi Yi, ‘Life at the Burmese Court under the Konbaung Kings’, Journal of the Burma Research Society,44 (1961), 85-129.

Government of Burma publications in English

  • Government of Burma, Economic and Social Board, Office of the Prime Minister, A Study of the Social and Economic History of Burma (The British Period).Part V: Burma Under the Chief Commissioners 1886-7 to 1896-7,Rangoon, 1957.

India Office archives (India Office Library, London)

Correspondence
  • Secret Correspondence with India.
  • Political Correspondence with India.
  • Political and Secret Correspondence with India.
Proceedings
  • India Foreign (Secret) Proceedings.
  • India Foreign (Political) Proceedings.
  • Proceedings of the Finance Departments (Upper Burma).
  • India Judicial Proceedings (Upper Burma).
  • Revenue and Agriculture Department Proceedings (Upper Burma).
  • Burma Finance Proceedings (Upper Burma).
  • Burma Home Proceedings.
  • Burma Judicial Proceedings.
  • Burma Military Proceedings.
  • Upper Burma Proceedings (Foreign Department).
  • Upper Burma Rulings.
Manuscript collections (India Office Library, London)
  • Papers of Frederick Temple Hamilton-Temple Blackwood, First Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, Microfilm Reels 516-34.
  • Papers of Sir Edward Sladen, MSS. Eur. E. 290/12.
  • Papers of Sir Herbert Thirkell White, MSS. Eur. E. 254.

Government of India official publications: settlement reports

  • Furnival, J.S., Report on the Settlement Operations in the Myingyan District, Season 1909-1913,Rangoon, 1915.
  • Gibson, R.A.,Report on the Settlement Operations in the Meiktila District, Season 1896-1898, Rangoon. 1900.
  • Report on the Settlement Operations in the Yamethin District, Season 1898-1901, Rangoon 1902.
  • Report on the Revision Settlement Operations in the Mandalay District, Season 1903-1905, Rangoon, 1905.
  • Hertz, W.A.,Report on the Settlement Operations in the Magwe District, Season 1897-1903, Rangoon, 1905.
  • Owens, F.C., Report on the Settlement Operations in the Pakokku District, Season 1905-1910, Rangoon, 1910.
  • Parlett, L.M., Report on the Settlement Operations in the Sagaing District, Season 1893-1900, Rangoon, 1903.
  • Parsons, O.S., Report on the Settlement Operations in the Minbu District, Season 1893-1897, Rangoon, 1900.
  • Reynolds, H.O.,Report on the Revision Settlement Operations in the Magwe District, Season 1915-1919,Rangoon, 1921.
  • Westlake, A.,Report on the Settlement Operations in the Kyauksè District, Season 1890-1891 and Part of Season 1891-1892, Rangoon, 1892.
  • Williamson, A.,Report on the Revision Settlement Operations in the Shwebo District, Season 1918-1923,Rangoon 1924.

Government of India publications: gazetteers

  • Dawson, G.W.,Burma Gazetteer – Bhamo District, 2 vols., Rangoon, 1912.
  • Scott, J.G. and Hardiman, J.P., comps., Gazetteer of Upper Burma and the Shan States, 5 vols. In 2 parts, Rangoon, 1900-01.
  • Searle, H.F.,Burma Gazetteer – Mandalay District, 2 vols., Rangoon. 1928.
  • Spearman, H.S., British Burma Gazetteer, 2 vols., Rangoon, 1878-80.
  • Stewart, J.A., Burma Gazetteer – Kyauksè District, 2 vols., Rangoon, 1925.
  • Wilkie, R.S.,Burma Gazetteer – Yamèthin District, 2 vols., Rangoon, 1934.
  • Williamson, A., Burma Gazetteer – Shwebo District, 2 vols., Rangoon, 1929.

Government of India official publications: annual reports and censuses

  • Census of India, 1891,Burma Report 9, Rangoon, 1892.
  • Census of India, 1901, Burma Report 12, Rangoon, 1902.
  • Report on the Administration of Burma, 1861/2-1909/10.
  • Annual Statement of the Trade and Navigation of the Province of British Burma Having a Seaborne Trade,1868/9-1874/5.
  • Annual Report of Maritime Trade and Customs.
  • Report on the Inland Trade of Burma.
  • Report on the Administration of Civil Jusice, 1891-1900.
  • Criminal Justice Report of Lower Burma, 1886-90.
  • Report on Civil Justice in Burma, 1891-1904.
  • Report on the Sanitary Administration of Burma,1890-1900.
  • Report on the Revenue Administration of Burma.

Government of India official publications: other

  • History of the Third Burmese War (1885, 1886, 1887),Period One, Calcultta, 1887.
  • Official Narrative of the Expedition to Explore the Trade Routes to China via Bhamo under the Guidance of Major E.B. Sladen, Political Agent, Mandalay, with Connected Papers,1871.
  • Report on the Petroleum Industry in Upper Burma from the End of the Last Century to the Beginning of 1891, Rangoon, 1892.
  • The Upper Burma Land Revenue Manual, Rangoon, 1900.

British parliamentary publications

  • Papers Relating to Hostilities with Burma,London, 1852.
  • Paper Relating to British Burma. Correspondence Relative to the Treaty of the 26thOctober 1867, London, 1868.
  • Correspondence Relating to the Affairs of Burmah Since the Death of the Late King, London, 1885.
  • Correspondence Relating to the Affairs of Upper Burmah 1880-85,London, 1885.
  • Furthe Correspondence Relating to Burmah, London, 1886.

Non-British government publications

  • Government of China, Chinese Maritime Customs Decennial Reports 1892-1901.