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NOTES BY THE WAY.”
(References on their appearance in the Press.)
“I hope you are republishing your delightful Notes by the Way'in book form.”—E.E.G., 2nd February, 1902.
“Very interesting reading are the · Notes by the Way.”” -Young Planter, Lunugala, 14th December, 1901.
“I specially want a copy of your Indian ‘Notes by the Way,' as I hope to make the trip.-Uva. Veteran, March, 1902."
“We much enjoyed reading the letters from India, as they reached us, in our family circle of an evening.”-A Planter's Wife.
“I followed your journey through India with great interest." -A.L.C., Edinburgh, January, 1902.
“Now that you have returned, I hope, safe and sound, I must write a wee note to congratulate you. I do not want to flatter you, but you have really excelled yourself on this trip. Such industry and fine descriptive writing ought to be a splendid example to those you left behind. What a relief it is from the pages of drivel which chronicle the achievements lately ridiculed by Kipling.”—Old Colonist, 8th January, 1902.