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Page 11 - CJFS FORBES, of the British Burma Commission. Author of " British Burma and its People : Sketches of Native Manners, Customs, and Religion.
Page 7 - JT) A New and Complete Set of Traverse Tables, showing the Differences of Latitude and the Departures to every Minute of the Quadrant and to Five Places of Decimals. Together with a Table of the lengths of each Degree of Latitude and corresponding Degree of Longitude from the Equator to the Poles ; with other Tables useful to the Surveyor and Engineer. Fourth Edition, thoroughly revised and corrected by the Author. Royal 8vo. 12s. London, 1876. Boulger (DC) History of China. By DEMETRIUS CHARLES...
Page 47 - INDIAN MAIL contains the fullest and most authentic Reports of all important Occurrences in the Countries to which it is devoted, compiled chiefly from private and exclusive sources. It has been pronounced by the Press in general to be indispensable to all who have Friends or Relatives in the East, as affording the only correct information regarding the Services, Movements of Troops, Shipping, and all events of Domestic and individual interest.
Page 45 - With Tables of Distances between the principal Towns and Military Stations On one sheet — size, 2 ft. 3 in. wide ; 2 ft. 9 in. high, 9s.
Page 16 - AND DECLINE. — Early History of the Native Army. — Deteriorating Influences. — The Sindh Mutinies. — The Punjaub Mutinies. Discipline of the Bengal Army. BOOK III. — THE OUTBREAK OF THE MUTINY. — Lord Canning and his Council. — The Oude Administration and the Persian War.— The Rising of the Storm.— The First Mutiny. — Progress of Mutiny. — Excitement in Upper India. — Bursting of the Storm.
Page 33 - History of the Punjaub, And of the Rise, Progress, and Present Condition of the Sikhs. By T. THORNTON. 2 Vols. Post 8vo. 8s. Tilley (HA) Japan, the Amoor and the Pacific. With notices of other Places, comprised in a Voyage of Circumnavigation in the Imperial Russian Corvette Rynda, in 1858 — 1800.
Page 33 - TRIMEN, late 35th Regiment. 8vo. 10s. 6d. Trotter (LJ) History of India. The History of the British Empire in India, from the Appointment of Lord Hardinge to the Death of Lord Canning (1844 to 1862). By Captain LIONEL JAMES TROTTER, late Bengal Fusiliers.
Page 9 - With Notes and an Appendix containing a Metrical Version of the Ballad of Takasako, and a specimen of the Original Text in Japanese character. Illustrated by numerous Engravings on Wood, drawn and executed by Japanese artists and printed on Japanese paper. 8vo. 10s. 6d. Diplomatic Study on the Crimean War, 1852 to 1856. (Russian Official Publication.) 2 vols. 8vo. 28s. Doran (Dr. J.) " Their Majesties Servants": Annals of the English Stage.
Page 24 - Garrison Instructor in India, Late Instructor in Military Surveying, Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Second Edition, Revised and Corrected. 12s. Treatise on Military Surveying; including Sketching in the Field, Plan-Drawing, Levelling, Military Reconnaissance, &c. By Lieut.-Col.