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This chapter continues to deal with splendid Royal Shows, and
there is the precis of a dream of a Prince and an A.D.C.,
who correct the Abuses of the Privileges of the Royal
And this is about the arrival of Lord Minto, and the departure
of Lord Curzon, and the Tomasha connected therewith;
Vice-regal Receptions, and Processions, and
playing, and gun-firing.
,nicles small beer--things about books and little Indian
beasts and natives, and there is another digression to the
Subject of "English v. British Union, and the Imperial
Idea," and a sail over the Bay with a piratical (looking)
crew, to the caves of Elephanta.
IS a somewhat lengthy drawn-out chapter about a train journey
from Bombay up the Western Ghats, and 8own south on
the Deccan (Dekkan) Tableland to Dharwar-Rather a
~(carpet-bag chapter," to quote Professor Masson. Irz-Izz
My Brother's Bungalow.
Life in a small Station.
A letter on the subject of DucK-And a Cholera Goddess.
Last evening at Dharwar, then notes in the train south to