The Humour and Pathos of Anglo-Indian Life Extracts from his brothers note-book.
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The Humour and Pathos of Anglo-Indian Life Extracts from his brothers note-book.

By Dr. Ticklemore
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  • THE HUMOUR AND PATHOS OF ANGLO-INDIAN LIFE. Extracts from his Brother's Note-book, MADE BY DR. TICKLEMORE. EDITED BY J. E. MAYER, M.D.
  • CONTENTS
  • No. I. INTRODUCTORY.—THE 'ELEPHANTA': CAPTAIN TREVANION AND MR. MARSTON.
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • No. II. CAPTAIN WHISTLER, AND LIFE IN CANTONMENT AT SECUNDERABAD.
  • No. III. MISS B. AND HER PRESENT.
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • No. IV. THE DELIGHTS OF INDIAN MUSIC.
  • No. V. THE PASSAGE-OF-ARMS BETWEEN COLONEL L. AND MRS. G.
  • No. VI. MAJOR B.'S WELL-DESERVED DISCOMFITURE.
  • No. VII. THE RACE STAND AND THE FANCY BALL.
  • No. VIII. WORSHIPPING TITLED FOLK.
  • No. IX. A REMINISCENCE OF TRICHINOPOLY.
  • No. X. CURIOUS MOPLAH CUSTOMS.
  • No. XI. AN HOUR LOST AT MR. G.'S DINNER.
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