The epistles of Atkins
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The epistles of Atkins

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ffsit iof tl^e
Pittli^rsttg of Toronto
bv
The Harris Family
Eldon House
London, Ont.Digitized by the Internet Arcinive
in 2008 witin funding from
IVIicrosoft Corporation
littp://www.arcliive.org/details/epistlesofatkinsOOmilnuoft-p
EPISTLES OF ATKINSTHE
s""/^
5Mortin,,; Mevv", K'From Itu- >ilirtch h;iC{)e epistles of Atkins
MilneBy James
*'Author of The Romance of a Pro-Consul," etc.
Being Some the Lights^ on Humanof
Nature in the Ordeal War^ whichof
Illumine the Letters the Commonof
written South toSoldier^ from Africa
Home ; and so anhis People at
*'to the Question, How doesAnswer
it to be in BattleV"feel
London
T. Fisher Unwin
1902pr
15.9.S^
BOOK IS DEDICATED,THIS
IN SIMPLE HONOUR, TO
MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HECTOR
MACDONALD, K.C.B., D.S.O.,
WHOSE LIFE-STORY BELONGS
BRITISHTO THE SOLDIER.
COLONIAL EDITION
(This edition is circulationfor in the British Colonies and India only)