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Page 580 - Gazetteer of India," according to his spelling. The Military, Railway, Telegraph, and Mission Station Maps are designed to meet the requirements of the Military and Civil Service, also missionaries and business men who at present have no means of obtaining the information they require in a handy form. The index contains upwards of ten thousand names, and will be found more complete than any yet attempted on a similar scale. Further to increase the utility of the work as a reference volume, an abstract...
Page 580 - Price i os. 6d. The Hand Gazetteer of India is based on the Index to Constable's Hand Atlas of India, which contains nearly 12,000 place-names. To these have been added very largely from various sources, bringing the number of entries to close upon 20,000. The populations of districts, towns, and villages, and the position of each place are clearly indicated, thus forming within a small compass a general reference book to the topography of India, and a companion volume to the Hand Atlas of India.
Page 303 - True religion undoubtedly leads us to do to others as we would that they should do to us.
Page 580 - Indian history, as it contains twenty-two plans of the principal towns of our Indian Empire, based on the most recent surveys and officially revised to date in India. The Topographical Section Maps are an accurate reduction of the Survey of India, and contain all the places described in Sir WW Hunter's " Gazetteer of India,
Page 580 - BY THE VICEROY OF INDIA. Problems of the Far East — Japan, China, Korea. By the Rt. Hon. LORD CURZON OF KEDLESTONE. New and revised Edition. With numerous Illustrations and Maps. Extra Crown 8vo, 75.
Page 580 - This Atlas will be found of great use not only to tourists and travellers, but also to readers of Indian history ; it contains twenty-two plans of the principal towns of our Indian Empire, based on the most recent surveys and officially revised to date in India. CONSTABLE'S Hand Gazetteer of India. Compiled under the direction of JG BARTHOLOMEW, FRGS, and Edited with Additions by JAS. BURGESS, CIE, LL.D., etc.
Page viii - ... for competent, skilled operatives. Yet that has been done in the cotton mills of New England six months or less after the passage of the Dingley act, which gives increased protection to the manufacturers of the finer grades of goods made in the mills of the Eastern States. Philadelphia Public Ledger. Free-trade conceptions in their usual forms, thanks to compromises brought about by economical stagnation and false ideas on the part of the State, were incapable, as proved by facts, of overcoming...
Page 579 - Powers and China and Japan in the Far East. " Certainly the influence of Mr. Curzon's .thoughtful generalizations, based as they are upon...
Page 579 - Arnoldian insight." —Glasgow Herald, Some Observations of a Foster BX JOHN CHARLES TARVER. Crown Svo, 6s. "A very excellent book on the education of the English boy. The book is one which all parents should diligently read." — Daily Mail. The Principles of Local Government By G.