GROUP PHOTOGRAPH OF BRITISH OFFICIALS TAKEN AT PANGKOR, DINDINGS
DocumentDescription: A Group of British Officials who were Concerned In Enforcing The Provisions of The Treaty of Pangkor in 1875, By Which The Federated Malay States Came Under British Protection. (This Photo Was Taken at Pangkor in The Dindings). Sir William Drummond Jervois, The Governor of The Straits Settlement is Seated In The Middle of The Group. Standing on His Left With His Hand Upon a Sword is Mr. J.W. Birch, The First British Resident of Perak, Who Was Murdered In 1875; While The Youthful Figure Leaning Upon The Banister on The Extreme Right Is Mr. (Afterward Sir) Henry Mccallum, Then Assistant Colonial Engineer of The Straits Settlement, and next to him is Captain Innes, R.E. Who was Killed at The Attack on The Stockade at Pasir Salak In 1875. The tall Bearded Officer Standing Upon The Steps is Captain Speedy.