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BY THE SAME AUTHOR
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"Deep gratitude is due to Sir Frank for giving these letters to the world . the lazy descriptions of Eastern life, the musings on great scenes, the stories, and the utterances of social wisdom are all. .
delightful, and add body to a book remarkable for a rare delicacy and charm." The Athenceum. His narrative style is admirable, and his episodes are always interesting. One could read for many
hours of the clever mongoose and tigers and crocodiles. ... Sir Frank Swettenham has a pretty
which these Unaddressed The Pall Mall
THE REAL MALAYPEN PICTURESCrown8vo, 6s.
pen except that of Mr. Conrad has drawn the Malay character so faithfully or so graphically. . . It is a combination that is very alluring, and we confess to finding Sir Frank Swettenham's book of " The Pall Malay sketches most fascinating reading..
Frank Swettenham understands perhaps any other roving Englishman The Real The Morning Post. Malay.'"Sirbetter than"
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