Mr. Gilchrist was not desirous of remaining long in Moulmein after his stores had arrived from England.
"It was not so with you in Moulmein," she said, her silvery voice lowered caressingly.
The hospital was a mile or two inland from Moulmein; a comfortable place, but Ralph was weary of it.
She laughed—even as did the Burmese girl in the old Pagoda at Moulmein.
One-third of the price realized from the sale of the logs at Moulmein is retained as the government royalty.
In former times there was a good trade in timber with the Moulmein merchants.
Kirke had hurried away from Moulmein as fast as he could walk.
The teak cut on either bank must be rafted down to Moulmein; and hence disputes would be sure to arise.
They were detained at Port Blair but a very short time, when they once more embarked for Moulmein.
Wilkinson himself once visited these islands in the barque 40Cecilia of Moulmein, with the view of fetching cocoa-nuts.