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Side 425 - Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, And instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree: And it shall be to the Lord for a name, For an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off.
Side 20 - Keatinge (Mrs.) English Homes in India. By MRS. KEATINGE. Part I. — The Three Loves Part II. — The Wrong Turning. Two vols., Post 8vo. 16s.
Side 425 - The captive to release, To God the lost to bring, To teach the way of life and peace, It is a Christ-like thing.
Side 30 - Carriage Department. 5s. Steppe Campaign Lectures. 2s. Manual of Instructions for Army Surgeons. Is. Regulations for Army Hospital Corps. 9d. Manual of Instructions for Non-Commissioned Officers, Army Hospital Corps. 2s. Handbook for Military Artificers. 3s. Instructions for the use of Auxiliary Cavalry. 2s. 6d. Equipment Regulations for the Army. 5s. 6d. Statute Law relating to the Army. Is. 3d.
Side 8 - Quadrant und 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.
Side 28 - RICHARDS, 55th Regiment, Chief 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 BASIL JACKSON, late of the Royal Staff Corps.
Side 24 - The relation of the annexation of Oudh to the Mutiny. — Sir Henry Lawrence and the Mutiny in Oudh. — The siege of Lakhnao. — The first relief of Lakhnao.
Side 20 - ITS RISE, PROGRESS, 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. — APPENDIX. CONTENTS OF VOL II. : — BOOK IV.
Side 12 - Eyre, Major-General (Sir V.), KCSI, CB The Kabul Insurrection of 1841—42. Revised and corrected from Lieut. Eyre's Original Manuscript. Edited by Colonel GB MALLESON, CSI Crown 8vo., with Map and Illustrations. 9s. Fearon (A.) Kenneth Trelawny. By ALEC FEARON. Author of