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Lieutenant Joseph Moore
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Pagan (Bagan): Sunset on the Irrawaddy River.
Amarapura: View of the palace and King Mindon’s rare white elephant.
Kioum: An example of a Burmese Buddhist temple and monastery.
Member of the chief council and his wife in ceremonial dress.
Ummerapoora (Amarapura): View of the Imperial court at the new capital of King Bodawpaya.
Atumashi Monastery and Mahalawka Marazein (Kuthdaw Stupa): View from Mandalay hill before the fire of 1890.
Waiting for the steamer on the banks of the Irrawaddy. After James Raeburn Middleton.
Nyaung-U: View of Shwe-zayan (Shwezigon) Paya.
Mandalay: Busy scene of the main street with the King’s Bazaar.
Amrapura: Dragon Temple with cavalry and infantry.
Cassay (Manipuri) Horseman drawn by Singey Bey, the Bengali artist who accompanied Symes.
Amarapura: View of the Royal Monastary, later moved to Mandalay and called Shwenandaw.
Sagaing: Forshore at Sagaing with boats.
Shwedagon Paya, Rangoon (Yangon): View from the upper terrace towards the South East with British soldiers felling trees in the foreground.
Irawadi Valley at its confluence with Myit-Nge, about 650 miles from the sea.
Burmese War Boat: Large villages were required to provide at least one war-boat with rowers to be ready for deployment on behalf of the crown.
Ava: Panoramic view from the temple.
Rangoon (Yangon): Shewdagon Paya. Looking North from the terrace with the artist sketching in the foreground.
Ava: Method of catching Wild Elephants. Drawn by Singey Bey, the Bengali artist who accompanied Symes
Royal Golden Barge or Shoepaundogee. Drawn by Singey Bey, the Bengali artist who accompanied Symes.
Rangoon (Yangon): Shwedagon Pagoda, eastern face of the Gold Temple of Guadma.