A nostalgic journey down the aisles of the British Raj which recounts the life and careers of some known and lesser known Englishmen. The people mentioned were in service about the 1850 s. This book is a reprint of the 1888 edition.
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Samuel Davis B C S F R S and the Domestic
General Sir Robert J H Vivian G C B
General John Reid Becher C B R E
Colonel G B Malleson C S I Front Port
Sir John Mobris K C S I
Sir Joseph Fayrer K C S I LL D M D F R S
The Hon Sir Ashley Eden K C S I
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