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Thirteen years among the wild beasts of India

their haunts and habits from personal observations; with an account of the modes and capturing and taming elephants.

by G. P. Sanderson

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Published by W.H. Allen in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hunting -- India,
  • Elephants

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy G.P. Sanderson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSK235 .S2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 387 p.
    Number of Pages387
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23347903M
    LC Control Number12032593
    OCLC/WorldCa3399148


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Sanderson, of Mysore, at pages, the following remarks occur regarding the size of the tiger, and in reference to certain measurements of that animal given in a small volume entitled ``The Royal Tiger of Bengal: his Life and Death'', published in Four bore or 4 bore is an almost obsolete black powder caliber of the 19th century, used for the hunting of large and potentially dangerous game animals.

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Lockwood mentions Sanderson in Beast and Man in India (see the note on p.l) and refers to his 'admirable book', Thirteen Years among the Wild Beasts of India. [Pageline 3] Assamese A native of Assam. [Pageline 26] Protector of the Poor A respectful form of address to a person in authority.

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Cover has no visible wear, Seller Rating: % positive. Diocles also, in the second book of his Accounts of Persia, mentions this king; as does Philostrates in his Accounts both of India and of Phoenicia, say, that this king besieged Tyre thirteen years, while at the same time Ethbaal reigned at Tyre.

These are all the histories that I have met with concerning this king. However, G.P. Sanderson, who worked for the government of Mysore in the forest department, in his book titled Thirteen Years Among The Wild Beasts of India has noted: "Hyder made a trial, a century before, in the Kakanakote Jungles, but had failed and had recorded his opinion that no one would ever succeed, and his curse upon any one that.

A poem about the legendary Champawat Tiger, a man-eating tigress which killed people in Nepal and Northern India, before being killed in. The movement and habitat utilization patterns were studied in an Asian elephant population during –83 within a km 2 area in southern India (11° 30′ N to 12° 0′ N and 76° 50′ E to 77° 15′ E).

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[Pageline 3] Assamese A native of Assam. In The Empire of Nature John M. MacKenzie suggests there were “three animals in India with which the British had a special hunting relationship, the tiger, the elephant and the pig” ().

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