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Seite 151 - Trust not for freedom to the Franks — They have a king who buys and sells; In native swords and native ranks The only hope of courage dwells: But Turkish force and Latin fraud Would break your shield, however broad.
Seite 409 - The mode of administering it, and minor operations. SHOEING. — Its origin, its uses, and its varieties. THE TEETH. — Their natural growth, and the abuses to which they are liable. FOOD. — The fittest time for feeding, and the kind of food which the horse naturally consumes. The evils which are occasioned by modern stables. The faults inseparable from stables. The so.called " incapacitating vices," which are the results of injury or of disease.
Seite 408 - Institutes of Menu in English. The Institutes of Hindu Law or the Ordinances of Menu, according to Gloss of Collucca. Comprising the Indian System of Duties, Religious and Civil, verbally translated from the Original, with a Preface by SIR WILLIAM JONES, and collated with the Sanscrit Text by GRAVES CHAMNEY HAUGHTON, MA, FRS, Professor of Hindu Literature in the East India College.
Seite 429 - 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.
Seite 400 - Illustrations of Ancient Buildings in Kashmir. Prepared at the Indian Museum under the authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council. From Photographs, Plans, and Drawings taken by Order of the Government of India.
Seite 404 - CONTENTS. — Staff of the College ; Prospectus for the Year ; Table of Marks ; Syllabus of Course of Study ; Leave and Pension Rules of Indian Service ; Class and Prize Lists ; Past Students serving in India ; Entrance Examination Papers, &c. Corbet (ME) A Pleasure Trip to India, during the Visit of HRH the Prince of Wales, and afterwards to Ceylon. By Mrs. CORBET. Illustrated with Photos. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d. Cruise of HMS "Galatea," Captain HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, KG, in 1 867—1868.
Seite 402 - Hospital, Medical, and Surgical College. Crown 8vo. 5s. 6d. Blanchard (S.) Yesterday and To-day in India. By SIDNEY LAMAN BLANCHARD. Post 8vo. 6s. CONTENTS. — Outward Bound. — The Old Times and the New. — Domestic Life. — Houses and Bungalows. — Indian Servants. — The Great Shoe Question. — The Garrison Hack. — The Long Bow in India, — Mrs. Dulcimer's Shipwreck. — A Traveller's Tale, told in a Dark Bungalow. — Punch in India. — AngloIndian Literature. — Christmas in India....
Seite 409 - The book furnishes at once the bane and the antidote, as the drawings show the horse not only suffering from every kind of disease, but in the different stages of it, while the alphabetical summary at the end gives the cause, symptoms and treatment of each.
Seite 408 - Principles and Precedents, together with the Decisions of the Privy Council and High Courts of the Presidencies in India. For the use of Schools and Students. By STANDISH GROVE GRADY, Barrister-at-Law, Reader of Hindoo, Mahommedan, and Indian Law to the Inns of Court.
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