ABSTRACT

Kyiswa, king of Burma, ·who appointed his uncle, Soamwungyi, tributary king. The A.rakanese annals at this time narrate how the country was for many years in great confusion, and that usurpers, one after another, became the rulers. A.t length, the native king, Meng Soamwun, was driven from his kingdom by an army A.n. I4o6. sent by Pyirising Mengswa, called also Meng Khamaung, king of Burma, which took possession of the capital, then Laungkyet.