one net and one muslin, are out and out the best* Have a razzie* to put under you, and an air-pillow for your head ; but take a light hammock as well.
List of Articles Required for a Trip.
If you wish to be comfortable and enjoy sport you must live well, and had better be provided with all that is requisite :
6 flannel shirts, unshrinkable. 4 shirts of flannel and silk. 8 Indian gauze vests. 1
8 pairs good merino socks, with double heels and toes. 2 pairs knickerbocker stockings.
2 pairs long, closely-woven silk stockings, greenish
6 pairs of pyjamas, and 6 night jackets, all very loose. 18 pocket-handkerchiefs.
1 leather suit complete, with plenty of pockets in the
3 suits of gabardine,+ one brown, one khakie, one
2 pairs light ordinary trousers.
2 double-breasted coats, light material. 2 pairs braces. 1 broad leather belt.
1 shikar belt, fitted by Thornhill.
2 helmets ; Ellwood's for choice. I soft wide-awake.
* Razzieaa quilt lined with cotton, t Gabardineaprocurable from Burbury of Reading.* Razziea a quilt lined with cotton, t Gabardinea procurable from Burbury of Reading.