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ENGLISHMAN'S LIFE IN INDIA :
Travel and Adventure in the East.
HENRY MOSES, M,D.
“Let it be remembered that India is the school which has produced
BATH: BINNS AND GOODWIN.
LOW AND SON.
The Honourable Mirs. Rowley,
IS BY PERMISSION INSCRIBED, WITH EVERY
SENTIMENT OF RESPECT
CAPTAIN BASIL HALL has somewhere observed in his Travels and Voyages, that “of all places in the noble range of countries so happily called the eastern world, from the pitch of the Cape to the Islands of Japan, from Bengal to Batavia, nearly every hole and corner of which I have visited in the course of my peregrinations, there are few which can compare with Bombay. If, indeed, I were consulted by one who wished as expeditiously and economically as possible to see all that was essentially characteristic of the oriental world, I would say, without hesitation, • Take a run to Bombay, remain there a week or two, and having also visited the scenes in the neigh