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Twenty-One Days in India and the Teapot Series George R. Aberigh-Mackay

Twenty-One Days in India and the Teapot Series

George R. Aberigh-Mackay

Published May 23rd 2011
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The tone of the A.D.C. is subdued. He stands in doorways and strokes his moustache. He nods sadly to you as you pass. He is preoccupied with—himself, [some suppose- others saver his office.] He has a motherly whisper for Secretaries and Members ofMoreThe tone of the A.D.C. is subdued. He stands in doorways and strokes his moustache. He nods sadly to you as you pass. He is preoccupied with—himself, [some suppose- others saver his office.] He has a motherly whisper for Secretaries and Members of Council. His way with ladies is sisterly—undemonstratively affectionate. He tows up rajas to H.E., and stands in the offing. His attitude towards rajas is one of melancholy reserve. He will perform the prescribed observances, if he cannot approve of them. Indeed, generally, he disapproves of the Indian people, though he condones their existence...