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By L. BOWRING, C.S.I., Lord Canning's Private Secretary, and for many years the principal Commissioner of Mysore and Coorg. In 1 vol. handsome demy 8vo. illustrated with Maps and Diagrams.
WESTERN INDIA BEFORE AND DURING THE
MUTINIES. Pictures drawn from Life. By Major-General
THE EUROPEAN IN INDIA,
A Hand-book of practical information for those proceeding to, or residing in, the East Indies, relating to Outfits, Routes, Time for Departure, Indian Climate, &c. By EDMUND C. P. HULL. To which is added-A MEDICAL GUIDE FOR ANGLO-INDIANS; being a compendium of Advice to Europeans in India, relating to the Preservation and Regulation of Health. By R. S. Main, M.D. F.R.C.S.E. late Deputy Coroner of Madras. In 1 vol. post 8vo. 6s.
ROUND THE WORLD IN 1870.
An Illustrated Volume of Travels. By A. D. CARLISLE.
WHITE'S SUBSTANTIVE SENIORITY ARMY
LIST, containing the names of all substantive Majors and Captains serving upon Full-pay, or retired upon Half-pay, arranged according to their Seniority in the Service, and in their order for promotion. By Captain FRED. B. P. WHITE, 1st West India Regiment.
JOURNALS KEPT IN FRANCE AND ITALY,
from 1848 to 1852. With a Sketch of the Revolution of 1848. By the late Nassau William SENIOR. Edited by his daughter, M. C. M. SIMPSON. In 2 vols. post
'The year which follows the fall of the French Empire and the final consolidation of the Italian kingdom is a most appropriate time for the publication of these “Journals.”. The present volume gives us conversations with some of the most prominent men in the political history of France and Italy........as well as with others whose names are not so familiar or are hidden under initials. Mr. Senior had the art of inspiring all men with frankness, and of persuading them to put themselves unre. servedly in his hands without fear of private circulation.'—ATHENÆUM.
THE NILE WITHOUT A DRAGOMAN.
By FREDERIC EDEN. In 1 vol. crown 8vo. cloth, 7s.6d.
Should any of our readers care to imitate Mr. Eden's example, and wish to see things with their own eyes, and shift for themselves, next winter in upper Egypt, they will find this book a very agreeable guide.'-TIMES.
DISCIPLINE AND DRILL.
Four Lectures delivered to the London Scottish Rifle
Edinburgh Rifle Brigade. Fcp. 8vo. cloth gilt, 2s. 6d. One of the best-known and coolest-headed of the Metropolitan regiments, whose adjutant, moreover, has lately published an admirable collection of lectures addressed by him to the men of his corps.'— TIMES.
• Capt. Page has something to say ......and in every case it is said moderately, tersely, and well.”—DAILY TELEGRAPH.
IX ASPROMONTE, AND OTHER POEMS.
Second edition, cloth, 4s.6d. • The volume is anonymous; but there is no reason for the anthor to be ashamed of it. The “Poems of Italy" are evidently inspired by genuine enthusiasm in the cause espoused; and one of them, “The Execution of Felice Orsini,” has much poetic merit, the event celebrated being told with dramatic force.'- ATHENAUM.
"The verse is fluent and free.'--SPECTATOR.
• We mention the book for its uncommon lyrical power and deep poetic feeling.'-LITERARY CHORCHMAN.
• The poems are........ nearly all worthy of preservation.'-NONCONFORMIST.
THE INN OF STRANGE MEETINGS, AND
OTHER POEMS. By MORTIMER COLLINS. Crown 8vo. 58.
SONG OF TWO WORLDS.
By a New Writer. Fcp. 8vo.
A NEW VOLUME OF POEMS.
By PATRICK Scott, Author of 'Footpaths between Two
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ETON HOUSE FOOT-BALL COLOURS, 1870-71.
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