Haunts and Hobbies of an Indian Official

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THIS is a collection of notes on various subjects jotted down by an Indian civilian, who, during part of his Indian career, kept a diary which was, he says, “chiefly devoted to observations on the birds, insects and animals whose acquaintance I made in my garden, or which I beheld on the bed of the river beyond.”

Haunts and Hobbies of an Indian Official.

By Mark Thornhill, author of “Adventures of a Magistrate in the Indian Mutiny.” Pp. xii + 346. (London: John Murray, 1899.)

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B., W. Haunts and Hobbies of an Indian Official. Nature 60, 5–6 (1899) doi:10.1038/060005a0

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