James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1853 – The Patingi Chief

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1853 – Grant of Sarawak

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1853 – Smallpox

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1853 – Commission of Enquiry

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1852 – London Tavern

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1850 – Siamese Affairs

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1850 – Siam Mission

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1850 – Chaufa Mungkut

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1850 – Amusing Scene

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James ‘Rajah’ Brooke – 1850 – Special Envoy

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