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ORIENTAL AND COLONIAL RECORD.
(FOUNDED JANUARY, 1886.) THIRD SERIES. APRIL, 1897.
VOL. III. No. 6.
SIR DIETRICH BRANDIS, K. C. I. E., LL.D.: "Indian Forestry."
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Dr. C. F. HARFORD Battersley: “Bida and Benin."
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