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A Personal Narrative of Thirteen Years Service Amongst the Wild Tribes of ...
Sir John Campbell (Lord)
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1864
abundant amongst ancient authority barbarous Bengal Berhampore Bissoi Bissum Cuttack Boad Boad and Goomsur Brahmin Bundari camp Captain Frye Captain Macviccar ceremonies CHAPTER Chinna Kimedy cloth cultivated Cuttack deity districts endeavoured European evil favour flesh forest gneiss Goomsur Goomsur and Boad Governor-General of India hill tracts hill tribes Hindoo Hiocien Thsang human sacrifice human victims hundred infanticide influence inhabitants Jeypore JULIA KAVANAGH jungle Kalahundy Khond chiefs Khond country Khond hills Khond language Khondistan labours land laterite lives low country Mahanuddy Mahasingi Maji Maliahs matchlock ment Meriah rite Meriah sacrifice Meriahs rescued missionaries Moota mountains narrative native neighbouring never offering officer Ooryah chiefs Orissa Panoo Patna Patur plains pledge possession practice produced Rajah rescued Meriah victims rice Ryabiji sacrificing sandstone season Singh Sooradah success superstition suppression Talcheer temples tiger tion Tooamool troops turmeric Ungool villages vols W. T. Blanford wild tribes women
Side 324 - Life and Correspondence. Founded upon Letters and Papers furnished by his Friends and fellow Academicians. By WALTER THORNBURY. A New Edition, considerably \ Enlarged. With numerous Illustrations in Colours, facsimiled from Turner's original Drawings. Taine's History of English Literature. Translated by HENRY VAN LAUN. Four Vols. small 8vo, 30^.
Side 321 - Life of Edward Irving' supplies a long-felt desideratum. It is copious, earnest, and eloquent On every page there is the impress of a large and masterly comprehension, and of a bold, fluent, and poetic skill of portraiture. Irving as a man and as a pastor is not only fully sketched, but exhibited with many broad, powerful, and life-like touches, which leave a strong impression."— Edinburgh Review.
Side 322 - It is his great and favourite work — the fruit of years of thought and labour. Victor Hugo is almost the only French imaginative writer of the present century who is entitled to be considered as a man of genius. He has wonderful poetical power, and he has the faculty, which hardly any other French novelist possesses, of drawing beautiful as well as striking pictures. Another feature for which Victor Hugo's book deserves high praise is Its perfect purity. Any one who reads the Bible and Shakspeare...
Side 324 - THE OKAVANGO RIVER; A NARRATIVE OF TRAVEL, EXPLORATION, AND ADVENTURE. By CHARLES JOHN ANDERSSON, Author of "Lake Ngami.
Side 322 - HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES I. TO THE DISGRACE OF CHIEF JUSTICE COKE.
Side 322 - HUGO. AUTHORISED COPYRIGHT ENGLISH TRANSLATION. " The merits of ' Les Miserables ' do not merely consist in the conception of it as a whole; it abounds, page after page, with details of unequalled beauty. In dealing with all the emotions, doubts, fears, which go to make up our common humanity, M. Victor Hugo has stamped upon every page the hall-mark of genius."— Quarterly Review. VOL. XXIX.— BARBARA'S HISTORY. BY AMELIA B. EDWARDS. " It is not often that we light upon a novel of so much merit...
Side 322 - MISERABLES. By VICTOR HUGO. AUTHORISED COPYRIGHT ENGLISH TRANSLATION. "The merits of *Les Miserables' do not merely consist in the conception of it as a whole; it abounds, page after page, with details of unequalled beauty.
Side 321 - TRAVELS ON HORSEBACK IN MANTCHU TARTARY: being a Summer's Ride beyond the Great Wall of China. By GEORGE FLEMING, Military Train. 1 vol. royal 8vo, with Map and 50 Illustrations. " Mr. Fleming's narrative is a most charming one. He has an untrodden region to tell of, and he photographs it and its people and their ways. Life-like descriptions are interspersed with personal anecdotes, local legends, and stories of adventure, some of them revealing no common artistic power.
Side 326 - THE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS. BY ELIOT WARBURTON. "Independent of its value as an original narrative, and its useful and interesting information, this work is remarkable for the colouring power and play of fancy with which its descriptions are enlivened. Among its greatest and most lasting charms is its reverent and serious spirit.
Side 42 - ... in an ample covering of scarlet cloth ; he was surrounded by twenty or thirty young fellows, and by them protected from the desperate attacks made upon him by a party of young women. On seeking an explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his own village.