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them about sociology and theory of Government.  [[underline]] Hotel Preanger [[/underline]] a [[strikethrough]] large [[/strikethrough]] set of large white buildings divided in suites with parlor open and bed and bathroom behind similar to Hotel des Indes.  Here I have for first time a [[underline]] real ordinary bath tub and [[strikethrough]] hot [[/strikethrough]] hot [[underline]] water!  Pleasant dining room, good string music by natives. After dinner some dancing  Many guests have arrived for week end, from neighboring places on account of [[underline]] Native new [[/underline]] year. [[underline]] Excellent food [[/underline]] and service.  A noisy bird in a cage which I first took for a parrot near my
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room, proves to be a [[underline]] bird of paradise [[/underline]]

April 25. - This is the national Native Holiday.  New year the birth day of [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] Mohamed their Prophet.  Firecrackers [[/underline]] as our [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] former 4th of July.  [[/underline]] - Cool night 70˚F this morning.  Light fog.  Altitude = 2300 feet.  Met the procession of the Regent and his dignitaries leaving the mosque towards the Regents House.  A man [[underline]] about 40 rather stout round face white silk turban and long white silk robes, [[/underline]] walks under a gilded parasol, followed by ^[[insert]] his [[/insert]] dignitaries etc.  Native musicians green bamboo flute, tom toms etc.  Regent and [[underline]] his favorite barefooted wife - has slippers [[/underline]] sit on [[strikethrough]] tr [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] thronelike chairs [[/underline]] while the faithful pass crouching and kneeling barefooted before them touch their hands then kiss their
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