Formation of the Singapore Institution, A.D. 1823

A collection of minutes and documents on the establishment of the Singapore Institution. Sir Stamford Raffles convened the first meeting for the purpose of having for its object of the cultivation of the languages of China, Siam, and the Malayan Archipelago ; and the improvement of the moral and intellectual condition of the inhabitants of those countries.


Formation of the Singapore Institution, A.D. 1823
Raffles Institution (Singapore)--Constitution
Education, Secondary--Singapore--History
Anglo-Chinese College (Malacca, Malacca, Malaysia)
Printed at the Mission Press, 1823
Raffles, Thomas Stamford, Sir, 1781-1826
Digital Description
application/pdf, 9317 KB, 108 p.
Table of Contents
Minute by Sir Stamford Raffles on the establishment of a Malayan College at Singapore (p. 5-34)
The Anglo-Chinese College, for the cultivation of Chinese and English literature, and the diffusion of Christianity was found at Malacca, A.D. 1818 (p. [35]-52)
Suggestions by Doctor Morrison respecting the Institution at Singapore (p. [53]-71)
The Singapore Institution shall consist of three departments (p. [72]-78)
Rules for the management of the Institution (p. [89]-93)
The Malayan College established at Singapore 1823 (p. [94]-99)
By-laws of the Malayan College (p. 100-102)
At a meeting of the Trustees of the Singapore Institution held on the 15th April, 1823 (p.[103]-107)
Subscriptions for the Singapore Institution generally (p. [108]-110).
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