Letters of Marque
Notes by Brigadier A. Mason, M.C., R.E. for the ORG, with minor additions and amendments by David Page.
[October 12 2011]
Contains the History of the Bhumia of Jhaswara, and the Record of a Visit to the House of Strange Stories. Demonstrates the Felicity of Loaferdom, which is the veritable Companionship of the Indian Empire, and proposes a Scheme for the Better Officering of Two Departments
O up and spake an eldern knight,[Page 112, line 8] Nagore more usually now Nagaur or Nagar. It is on the branch line from Merta Road to Bikanir, heading north from what became the Jodhpur-Merta-Jeypore line, which passes Makrana and Sambhar. See this web-site for an 1893 map of the area, including the railway lines. [DP]
Sat at the King's right knee—