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NUMBER 1894/1.

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From the confluence of the Tazar Kha River with the Tabak Kha, the frontier ascends the latter river to its junction with the Lekra Kha, which it will follow to its source near Nkrang. Starting from the junction of the Khalong Kha with the Taping River, the frontier follows the Khalong Kha and its western branch to its source. The Government of China consent that the most direct of the roads between Bhamo and Nankhan, where it through Loiaipong and Loipanglom until it reaches the Salween River, in about passes through the small portion of Chinese territory south of Namwan, shall, while remaining entirely open to Chinese subjects and to the tribesmen subject to China, be free and open to Great Britain for travellers, commerce, and administrative purposes, without any restrictions whatever.

Keywords: China; Great Britain; Khalong Kha; Tazar Kha river



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