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A System of School Training for Horses (Classic Reprint)
Edward L. Anderson
Ingen forhåndsvisning tilgjengelig - 2016
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Side 30 - Thirteen Years among the Wild Beasts of India; their Haunts and Habits, from Personal Observation ; with an account of the Modes of Capturing and Taming Wild Elephants. By GP SANDERSON, Officer in Charge of the Government Elephant Keddahs at Mysore. With 21 full page Illustrations and three Maps.
Side 7 - 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. Fourth Edition, thoroughly revised and corrected by the Author. Royal 8vo. 12s. London, 1876. Boulger (DC) History of China. By DEMETRIUS CHARLES BOULGEB, Author of " England and Russia in Central Asia,
Side 8 - The Irrigation Works of India, and their Financial Results. Being a brief History and Description of the Irrigation Works of India, and of the Profits and Losses they have caused to the State. By ROBERT B. BUCKLEY, A MICE, Executive Engineer of the Public Works Department of India.
Side 15 - Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Third and Revised Edition. Pocket size. 5s. Precedents in Military Law ; including the Practice of CourtsMartial ; the Mode of Conducting Trials ; the Duties of Officers at Military Courts of Inquests, Courts of Inquiry, Courts of Requests, &c., &c. The following are a portion of the Contents :— 1. Military Law. 2. Martial Law.
Side 14 - 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.
Side 33 - 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.
Side 21 - Illustrated Horse Management. Containing descriptive remarks upon Anatomy, Medicine, Shoeing, Teeth, Food, Vices, Stables ; likewise a plain account of the situation, nature, and value of the various points ; together with comments on grooms, dealers, breeders, breakers, and trainers ; Embellished with more than 400 engravings from original designs made expressly for this work. By E.
Side 44 - A map of this kind brings before us such a picture of the surface of a given country as no ordinary map could ever do. To the mind's eye of the average Englishman, India consists of ' the plains ' and ' the hills,' chiefly of the former, the hills being limited to the Himalayas and the Nilgiris.