Title: Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
Year: 1878 (1870s)
Authors: Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Straits Branch
Subjects: Malayan languages
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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9.—Kun San was originally a tiger. An intimate friend ofChi Koh (No. 11) he became so powerful as the chief of a bandof robbers that the Imperial troops dared not attack him. Hewas afterwards one of Thai Pengs Generals. Kan San was born again as Cheng Hun. Stake on Kun San,Cheng Hun, Jit San and Hok Sun when you dream of fightingor robbery, the sun rising, a yellow object, or a hill on fire. HUA-IIOEY LOTTERY. 215 isii mm wmmmmsm
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10.— Cheng Sim was a pig.as a General. He served with Kun San (No. 9) Cheng Sun was born again as Hap Hai. Stake on ChengSun, Pit Taik, Chit Taik, Siang Chiow and Kun San whenyou dream of a boat sailing on a river, a man in the water,sending a present, a wedding, a pig, sailing with a favourablewind in the first moon, a boat going with the current, or 300cash. HUA-HOEY LOTTERY.
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