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THE POLITICAL SERVICE ON THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER OF
INDIA, 1838-99. By a Soldier and Student of the Frontier
Sir John Jardine, K.C.I.E.
POWER. By Ion Perdicaris
PENDENCIES. By Sir Charles Roe, Kt.
INTO PERSIAN? By H. Beveridge
Principal C. R. Wilson, M.A.
PROGRESS. By Virchand R. Gandhi.
Descriptive. By Charlotte M. Salwey, M.J.S.
DEFINITE RECOGNITION OF THE
By R. Maconachie
TURE IN EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY. By Prof. R. Wallace
E. H. Parker
By B. H. Baden-Powell, M.A., C.I.E..
and how to get rid of it.-Japan, its Commerce. - Egypt and the
Soudan.-South Africa, its People and Trade
India. -- Famines and Land Assessments in India. – Uganda Pro
tectorate. -Uganda Railway.
Canada : The Past, Present, and Future of the Canadian North-
405-412 194, 413
Wirth.—A History of Sanskrit Literature, by Arthur A. Mac-
Without, by Rev. W. T. McCormick
Sus, 1897-98, by Henry M. Grey, a member of the expedition.-
George, Madras, by Mrs. Frank Penny
Asiatic Quarterly Review,
AND ORIENTAL AND COLONIAL RECORD.
THE POLITICAL SERVICE ON THE NORTH
WEST FRONTIER OF INDIA, 1838-1899. *
BY A SOLDIER AND STUDENT OF THE FRONTIER.
In the hour of need England expects every man to do his duty; and every true man does it, as the history of the Anglo-Saxon all the world over can tell. When duty calls, political officer, civilian, doctor, every man of English blood, must fight for himself and his country. All honour to those who have fulfilled this duty when the call came ! The name Chitral is, and long will be, a monument of duty so
* Works consulted (among many others) :
1. “Chitral : the History of a Minor Siege,” by Sir George S. Robertson, K.C.S.I. London, 1898.
"The Chitral Campaign,” by H. C. Thomson. London, 1895. 3. "The Relief of Chitral,” by Captains G. J. and F. E. Younghusband. London, 1895.
4. “With Kelly to Chitral,” by Lieutenant W. G. L. Beynon. London, 1896.
5. "The History of the Indian Administration of Lord Ellenborough, in his Correspondence with the Duke of Wellington,” edited by Lord Colchester. London, 1874.
6. “Life of Field-Marshal Sir George Pollock, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.S.l., Constable of the Tower,” by Charles Rathbone Low. London, 1873.
7. "Memoirs of Major-General Sir William Nott, G.C.B.,” by J. H. Stocqueler. London, 1854.
8. “An Official Account of the Chitral Expedition, 1895,” compiled by Captain W. R. Robertson. Calcutta, 1898.
9. “The Making of a Frontier,” by Col. A. Durand, C.B., C.I.E. 1900. 10. “Lord Lytton's Indian Administration," by Lady Betty Balfour. THIRD SERIES. VOL. X.