Twenty-One Days in India; and, the Teapot Series eBook

George Robert Aberigh-Mackay
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 123 pages of information about Twenty-One Days in India; and, the Teapot Series.

NOTES

[A:  Lit.  Great Ladies, i.e. Wives of Heads of Departments.]

[B:  A genus of molluscous animals.]

[C:  A primary constituent of matter.]

[D:  A slightly narcotic mixture.]

[E:  Throne.]

[F:  Hindu festivals in honour of the Ganges and the War God
     respectively
.]

[G:  Household.]

[H:  Official messengers.]

[I:  Lit. high-handed.]

[J:  Fairs.]

[K:  Table attendants.]

[L:  I have assumed the Most Honourable Order of the Bath in
    commemoration of the happy termination of the Afghan War.—­A.B.]

[M:  Confirmed in the appointment.]

[N:  Settlement of the land revenue.]

[O:  Children.]

[P:  Kitchen.]

[Q:  Grooms.]

[R:  The chuprassies are official messengers, wearing Imperial livery,
    who are attached to all civil officers in India.]

[S:  Civil servants.]

[T:  An old English form of avaunt, begone! Vide “Macbeth,” I.
    iii. 6.
]

[U:  “Bring me a brandy and soda.”]

[V:  Low-lying land.]

[W:  News.]

[X:  An arrangement, a plan.]

[Y:  Criminal cases.]

[Z:  Land revenue settlement.]

[AA:  A water-carrier’s leathern bag.]

[BB:  Chief Board of Land Revenue in the United Provinces.]

[CC:  Equivalent to Sir.]

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