(notes edited by John McGivering,
with advice on matters Indian from Sharad Keskar)
|"The Crack Shots of the Battalion, 1888", from Sixty Years in Uniform by John Fraser, former RSM of the 2nd Battalion. Northumberland Fusiliers. See KJ 283/6. (Courtesy of Field Marshal Sir John Chapple, President of the Kipling Society)|
If It be pleasant to look on, stalled in the packed serai,Bunsee Lal and Ram Rutton bankers.
Does not the Young Man try Its temper and pace ere he buy?
Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow, they toil not, neither do they spin:St. George and the Dragon St. George is patron saint of England and some other countries; the legend that he killed a dragon is believed to signify the triumph of Good over Evil, [Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable].
And yet I say unto you. That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. [Matthew 6,28.]
Ha' done! ha' done! " said the Colonel's son. " Put up the steel at your sides!random in this context three horses harnessed in line ahead
Last night ye had struck at a Border thief - to-night 't is a man of the Guides! "
Pit where the buffalo cooled his hide,Outram Road we have found an Outram Road in Karachi and another in Singapore but not in Lahore - information will be appreciated.
By the Hot sun emptied, and blistered and dried...