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Section of the Kahong River, shewing the different channels the water had cut out for itself. The river is dry in the cold season, its banks are steep; all the little Islands are covered with Tea plants under shelter of the other trees; they are of various sizes, from 5 paces to 200, but near the bed of the river itself they are rather small. This kind of land is called Coor-kah Mutty.

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