17 2 REMINISCENCES OF INDIA
Camp tables and chairs.
Washing-stand and rubber basin.
An indiarubber bath.
A set of block-tin saucepans, to fit one inside the other.
i frying-pan, removable handle.
4 block-tin pots on Warrens principle, to be clamped together. One pot rests within the other, there being a space for water between the two.
Tins of biscuits. Milk or water.
Tins of condensed milk.
Tins of cheese (cheddar).
An extra watch or two.
A clock with alarum.
Trestle-cot, sunshade and curtains, my pattern.
Lea and Perrins Worcester sauce.
Tins of mushrooms, black Worcestershire being the best.
Tins of baking-powder.
Carving knives and forks.
Plated ware for table use.
Block-tin plates of various kinds ; teacups, etc.
A Carson's salting-machine.
A small meat-saw.
A pestle and mortar.
Tins of sultanas, raisins and currants.
Tins of sugar, tea and coffee, cloves, cardamoms, coriander seed, pepper, salt, almonds, saffron, turmeric, dried chillies, cinnamon, peppercorns, garlic, green ginger.
Barries Madras curry-paste, Mulligatawny paste, and lime pickle.Barries Madras curry-paste, Mulligatawny paste, and lime pickle.