Moulmein (known as Mawlamyine in colonial times) is the capital of the tropical riverbank of Mon State. The Moulmein Definition, a seaport in S Burma at the mouth of the Salween River. Moulmein (Mawlamyine) - the first capital of British Burma - seems frozen in time.


in S Burma at the estuary of the Salween River. "In Moulmein it wasn't like that with you," she said, her silver tone sank strokingly. He had rushed away from Moulmein as quickly as he could. In the strictest secrecy, I tell you that Moulmein is not a town on this planet.

Laughing - just like the Myanmar woman in the old pagoda of Moulmein. It is also a harbour of Burma, 31 nautical miles from Moulmein, a European town.


Myanmar (Burma) is a small coastal country on the Andaman Sea just south of Yangon. From 1826 to 1852 it was the capital of British Burma and is a harbour and trade centre. © 2016 par Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishers. n. A marina in S Burma at the estuary of the Salween River.

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The Moulmein was the head office of the Amherst District in the Tenasserim Department of Lower Burma during the UK time. Between 1826 and 1852 it was the capitol of Burma after it had come under English rule after the war. Moulmain cantons that protect the Church of England from photos of Burma and the Strait, 1876-76-7-8-9.

"Moulmein " Page 344 Report on mining and sea sanitariums; medicinal and statistic observation on civilian sites and army cantons, prisons - pharmacies - regiments bars, &c. within the presidency of Madras, the Strait of Malacca, the Andaman Islands and Burma from January 1858 to January 1862 by the Inspector General of Hospitals Duncan Macpherson.

40 Years in Burma by Dr. J E. E.[John Ebenezer] Marks 1917 In 1859 he went to Burma as a layperson for education in conjunction with the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel[SPG] in Maulmein. Consecrated a priest in Calcutta in 1866, he then went back to Burma as an education minister, especially at St John's College Rangoon, where he retired in 1900.

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