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The younger folk had gone elsewhere. .. The cottage was of one storey and a half; seventeen feet high to the roof-tree; seventeen feet deep and, including the kitchen and wood-shed, twenty-seven feet wide over all. Its water-supply was a single half-inch lead pipe connecting with a spring in the neighbourhood. During his first visit to Vermont, in February 1892, Kipling had spent a few days at Maplewood, a seventy-acre farm near Beechwood that had become the home of his brother-in-law Beatty Balestier, who had recently married; and on that occasion Beatty had conveyed to the Kiplings about ten acres of land.
24 Jan. 25 Feb. 4 Mar. 11 Mar. 21 Mar. 25 Mar. 2 Apr. 6 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 25 Apr. 28 Apr. 2 May 5 May 11 May 17 May 20 May 3June 10June 'On the Strength of a Likeness' 'In Error' 'His Wedded Wife' 'The Bisara of Pooree' 'The Three Musketeers' 'Kidnapped' 'Watches of the Night' 'His Chance in Life' 'The Broken-link Handicap' 'The Taking of Lungtungpen' 'A Bank Fraud' 'Tods' Amendment' 'Miss Youghal's Sais' 'The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin' 'A Friend's Friend' 'In the Pride of his Youth' 'The Daughter of the Regiment' 'A Germ-Destroyer' 'Wressley of the Foreign Office' 'Pig' 'By Word of Mouth' The following were published for the first time in Plain Talesfrom the Hills: 'Beyond the Pale', 'The Bronckhorst Divorce-Case', 'Cupid's Arrows', 'False Dawn', 'The Madness of Private A Kipling Companion 42 Ortheris', 'The Rout of the White Hussars', 'Thrown Away' and.
A. Tapp, United Services College, 1874-1911 (Aldershot, 1933) and two articles on the school by the same author in Kj, XVI (October and December 1949). PUGH, M. H. Kipling's housemaster at United Services College and the prototype of 'Prout' in Stalky & Co. Carrington describes him as 'a suspicious, humourless, well-meaning man'. RHODEs, CECIL (1853-1902), statesman, was born in England, settled in South Africa, and acquired great wealth from the diamond mines. Kipling met him in South Africa in 1891 and in London in 1897.
A Kipling Companion by Norman Page (auth.)