The Straits Settlements Records (SSR) is a collection of records relating to British administration of the Straits Settlements (SS) comprising Singapore, Penang and Malacca from 1826 to 1946. Our collection of Straits Settlements records has a lot of material that is handwritten, but handwritten documents can't be read well by computers. We need your help to transcribe these pages that have been digitised from microfilm to help make these more easily searchable for everyone! And yes, the handwriting can be hard to decipher, and some of the words will be unreadable-- but every part that you can do helps.
Penang, Singapore and Malacca Consultations are the minutes of the proceeding of the Council appointed in 1805 to advise the President of Penang on important matters. Arranged in chronological order and according to classified headings such as Military and Marine, they cover diverse J2:K2subjects relevant to the early history of Penang, Malacca, Singapore, and many Malay states from Jan to Mar 1826.
This volume consists mainly of letters from the Governor-in-Council to various officers like the Judge and Magistrate, the Superintendent of Marine, the Master Attendant, the Superintendent of Convicts, the Accountant and Auditors, etc. It covers the period of Jul 1815 - Dec 1815.