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  • al And Lone, knowing that Al Woodruff might be within shooting distance, was probably much more uncomfortable than he looked.
  • cl H. Cl . SIR HUGH CHARLES CLIFFORD, K. C. M. G. Colonial Secretary, Ceylon.
  • fl ye. .. Chili 1825 D. S. S. br. fl . -luteo.
  • il Quinci rivolce inver lo cielo il viso.
  • la
  • lb
  • le
  • li
  • lp
  • lu
  • ml
  • tl
  • xl
  • B Natural size of a and b.
  • C By I. C . Wellcome.
  • D The Chinese were pioneers in this direction, having appointed an Imperial Commission in A.D. 136 to inquire into the subject.
  • G This was good newes; but by and by comes in Sir G . Carteret, and he asked us with full mouth what we would give for good newes.
  • H Restored by H . Wodward, F.G.S. a.
  • J 1 25 By J . T. Trowbridge.
  • K The k being taken away, there is a danger of calling them stise, blose.
  • L
  • Lo
  • M
  • BL Crysophrys hasta, Bl . ?Pimelepterus Ternatensis, Bl eek.
  • LC
  • LG
  • LL An' he'll help us clear to the pallis.
  • LN
  • LR
  • LS
  • LT
  • PL
  • UL The office of register is to take care that a full and fair rent is secured to government; and above all, it is his business to take care of the body of laws, the Rawaj-ul-Mulk, or custom of the country, of which he is the guardian as the head of the law.
  • F The temperature of the spring is 130 degrees F .; but after the water has travelled to the village, along an open wooden pipe, it is only 84 degrees.
  • KL
  • easy-going He is said to have been of a gay, capricious temperament, delighting in the superficial aspects of aristocratic society, savouring the humours of the common folk with no less pleasure, and enjoying all phases of that easy-going Carnival gaiety in which the various classes met and mingled at Venice.
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