I g ten days in the jungle.
In the afternoon-walked over the adjoining hill, where Mr, D. is to build a house ; he saw footprints of a large tiger, which had come down from the mountains and carried off a man, leaving nothing but a hand behind. These are some of the few disagreeables that we saw or heard about.
The jungle is filled with tigers, and now and again they come down to the settlement.
The Residency, Kwala-Kangsa, December 23, 1S83.
I must begin from the early morning. Breakfast at 6.30 a. m., and before seven o'clock we had said good-by to our kind new friends, and were closely tucked into the funny little gharries and were off again.
It seemed a cramped space for five hours. Fortunately there were to be relays of ponies, and we need not always be in the same position.
The morning was very fresh, the road very good, and it was quite lovely in every diree-The morning was very fresh, the road very good, and it was quite lovely in every diree-