p. on one folded sheet. Black notebook with notes on two land disputes and their settlement, a trial by ordeal, a verse on fortune telling, on the way of the King as found by Jatakas, commentary on religious works, list of loans made by Ma Rham Ma and Maung Hpe, and a list of gifts received on occasion of sending a son as novice to a monastery. White script on continuous sheet of black paper folded fanwise (18 folds). Ms. Donor: Burma Studies Group.
I. AD 1873: The expenses of a land dispute were Kyats 120 and Ma Rhan's share was Kyats 61.5 and Maung Pya could pay only Kyats 30 and for the remainder he gave a nusery plot where seven baskets of seeds mixed (each time to raise the seedlings of paddy) in mortgage to Ma Rhan.
II. Land dispute between Nga Hsan and Mi Rhan was settled by abitrarion by U Rwet, Donor of Taung Na Htein monastery, village headman on September 5, 1873.
III. Judge Maha Min Hla Yaza allowed a trial by ordeal (of burning two lamps simultaneously and the owner of lamp that extinguishes early lost this case) on August 1873.
IV. A verse on fortune telling
V. Various information on the way of King as found in Jatakas, and commentaries on religious works.
VI. List of money given on loans by Ma Rhan Ma and son Maung Hpe. The list was compiled on May 18, 1868.
VII. List of gifts received on this occasion of sending a son as novice to the monastery on February 28, 1880.