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5 83. Musical instrument similar to a "Jew's-harp", from the Sooloo islands 84. Ornamented brush from the island of Negro's, one of the Phillipine group 85 & 86. Two Hatchets, made, and used by the natives of the interior of the island of Luconia. Luzon 87. Sword, made by the natives of the interior of Luconia Luzon 88 to 90. Spears from the interior of the island of Luconia 91. 3 Malay coins. (copper.) 92. 3 English coins, (copper) and one Duch from the island of Sumatra. 93. Basket made by the Malays. obtained at Singapore 94 & 95. Cotton cloth made in Japan, [[strikethrough]] and obtained from shipwrecked Japanese [[/strikethrough]]] 96 & 97. Silk, manufactured in Japan. 98. Japanese gaiters. 99. Japanese pocket-book. 100. 3 Japanese coins (silver.) 101. Blue crayon. 102. Fine Cord. made in Japan, and with the above specimens of their manufactures, obtained from
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