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Recounting the Memories of the Past
The dates and classes for the last topical test on the Reign of Sultan Hashim are as follow:
7E – Monday, 14/11/2011
7T – Wednesday, 9/11/2011
Saturday, 12/11/2011 change to Tuesday, 15/11/2011
Thursday, 10/11/2011 change to Tuesday, 15/11/2011
7L – Wednesday, 16/11/2011
Format of the paper: Stimulus Questions
Time limit: 20 minutes only
The schedule for the upcoming in-class test on the topic of SOAS II and Sultan Abdul Momin is as follow:
Wednesday 19th October 2011 (change to Saturday 22nd October 2011)
7T – Wednesday 19th October 2011
7R – Saturday 22nd October 2011
7U – Thursday 20th October 2011
Wednesday 19th October 2011 (change to Wednesday 26th October 2011)
To students Year 7ETRUL, This link here SOAS II summary table review is a revision notes on the topic of SOAS II that you can download for your own reference. You can use it for your own revision on this topic. Scroll down to get more information related to this topic.
Questions and Answers Review.
1. When did SOAS II become the 23rd Sultan of Brunei?
2. Why Britain had little involvement in Borneo at the beginning of the 19th century?
They were more interested in using Penang as their main trading base.
3. When was the British intervention in Brunei started?
It started with the arrival of James Brooke to Sarawak in 1839.
4. Who was appointed the Governor in Sarawak by Sultan Muhammad Kanzul Alam in 1824?
Pengiran Indera Mahkota Pengiran Muhammad Salleh.
5. Where was the old capital of Sarawak located?
6. What was the major export of Sarawak in the early 19th century?
7. Why was the local people rebelled against Pengiran Indera Mahkota?
He forced the local people to work in his mines.
8. Who came to visit Pengiran Indera Mahkota in Sarawak in 1834?
Pengiran Muda Hashim.
9. Why was there friction between Pengiran Muda Hashim and Pengiran Indera Mahkota?
Pengiran Indera Mahkota did not welcomed Pengiran Muda Hashim when he arrived in Sarawak so Pengiran Muda Hashim became angry about this.
10. What two problems did James Brooke take advantage of to achieve his personal aims?
The friction between two nobles and local disturbances in Sarawak against Pengiran Indera Mahkota.
11. Who offered James Brooke the control of Sarawak if he can help defeat the rebels?
Pengiran Muda Hashim.
12. Which treaty appointed James Brooke the Governor in Sarawak?
The 1842 treaty with the Sultan’s approval.
13. What happened to Pengiran Indera Mahkota after the treaty of 1842?
Pengiran Indera Mahkota was forced to step down as Governor of Sarawak and to leave Kuching.
14. Why did the British attack on Brunei in July 1846?
The murder of Pengiran Muda Hashim and most of his family made James Brooke angry so he took revenge by attacking Brunei Town.
15. Who did James Brooke obtain permission from to attack Brunei?
The British governor-general of India.
16. Which treaty made James Brooke as Raja of Sarawak?
Treaty signed on 2 August 1846.
17. What were the terms under the treaty signed on 2 August 1846?
James Brooke recognised by Brunei as the Raja of Sarawak to rule territories from Tanjung Datu to the Samarahan River.
James Brooke was free to appoint his own successor as Raja of Sarawak.
James Brooke would pay $4000 per year to the Sultan of Brunei.
18. Why were the British interested in Labuan?
It was strategically sited to protect British interests in the China trade route.
Rich supplies of coal.
19. Who was the British Navy Captain who lined up British warships near the Sultan’s Palace?
Captain Rodney Mundy.
20. When was the treaty of Labuan signed?
18th December 1846.
21. What was the terms under treaty of Labuan?
Labuan was ceded to the British
James Brooke was appointed the first governor of Labuan in 1848.
22. Why was the British wanted a treaty of Friendship and Commerce with Brunei in 1847?
To take control of Brunei’s affairs and the fear of the Sultan might seek help from other foreign powers.
23. When was the Anglo-Brunei treaty of Friendship and Commerce signed?
27th May 1847.
24. What were the terms of the Anglo-Brunei treaty of friendship and commerce in 1847?
British subjects would be allowed to live and trade in Brunei.
British subjects would have extraterritorial rights.
All imports and exports by the British in Brunei and its territories would be free from taxes.
British warships could enter all ports and rivers in Brunei.
The Sultan would not cede any Brunei territories without the consent of the British government.
25. Why was the American interested in signing treaty of friendship and commerce with Brunei in 1850?
They wanted to trade in Brunei.
26. Who composed the Syair Rakis?
Pengiran Indera Mahkota Pengiran Muhammad Salleh.
27. What was the Syair Rakis contained?
It contained Pengiran Indera Mahkota’s observations on the political situation of Brunei in the 19th century and advice to be wary of foreign intervention.
Next week please be informed that there will be a topical test for 25 minutes. The test will be scheduled to the classes as follow:
7T – Tuesday 9/8/11
7R- Tuesday 9/8/11
Tuesday 9/8/11 (change to Thursday 11/8/11)
7E- Wednesday 10/8/11
7L – Wednesday 10/8/11
The test will include four topics:
The arrival of Spanish
The Castille War
The Separation of Sulu
The coming of the British in the 17th to 18th Centuries
Here some hints and topic review that should be noted:
Key Dates to know:
14 April 1578
26 June 1578
Mid of the 17th Century
Key people to know
Dr Francisco De Sande
Sultan Saiful Rijal
Pengiran Seri Lela
Pengiran Seri Ratna
Pengiran Bendahara Sakam
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin I
When did the Spanish ship Victoria reach Brunei?
Who wrote about the visit to Brunei when the Spanish arrived in 1521?
Who was the Spanish Governor in Manila in 1576?
Dr Francisco de Sande
What were the 3 terms demanded by the Spanish Governor in Manila to Brunei?
The Spanish wanted to have good relations with Brunei
They asked to be allowed to spread Christianity in Brunei
The Bruneian Missionaries stop spreading Islam in the Philippines
Why did the Spanish attack Brunei on 14 April 1578?
Sultan Saiful Rijal did not agree to allow Christian Missionaries coming to Brunei
He also did not agree to stop Bruneian Missinaries from spreading Islam in the Philippines.
How did the Spanish attack Brunei and managed to capture Brunei’s capital?
They brought a fleet of 40 ships and many soldiers
They were helped by two Bruneian nobles who turned traitors
How many days did the Spanish capture Brunei?
72 days only
When did Sulu break away from Brunei’s control?
Mid of 17th century
Who left Brunei and started to work for Sulu?
Which lands of Brunei were attackedby Sulu?
Who made an agreement with the Sultan of Sulu to allow the British to use part of the North Borneo and some nearby islands for trade?
What does EIC stand for?
East India Company
Where did the EIC set up trading post in Borneo in 1773?
Who did the EIC sent in 1774 to Brunei to buy pepper from Chinese gardeners?
Which Island was offered to the British in 1775 by SOAS I in return for Brunei’s protection against Sulu?
Why did the British leave Brunei in 1777?
They were losing money on their trading operation in Borneo.
Who visited Brunei in 1776 and described Brunei Town?
A gentle reminder to all history students,
There will be a short MCQ test (15 minutes) on the Brunei’s Civil War next week and this test will be included for the third term assessment. The date and class for the abovementioned test are as follow:
7E – Wednesday 27/7/11
7T- Monday 25/7/11
7R- Saturday 30/7/11
7U- Tuesday 26/7/11
7L- Saturday 30/7/11
To do well for this test, these essential questions below will give you an exact picture of what to expect for the test.
What were the causes of the Civil War?
What were the effects of the Civil War?
When did the War start and end?
Why did Pengiran Muda Bungsu killed the son of Pengiran Bendahara Pengiran Abdul Mubin?
Who ruled Brunei between 1660 and 1661 and was known as Marhum Tumbang Di Rumput?
Who was the new Bendahara when Pengiran Abdul Mubin made himself as the Sultan? What was the reason behind this appointment?
Where did Sultan Abdul Hakkul Mubin moved to when there was a chaos in the old capital of Brunei?
Why was the Sultan of Sulu willing to help Sultan Muhyiddin defeat Sultan Abdul Hakkul Mubin?