Volume 1886
Georges Dodds'
The Ape-Man: his Kith and Kin
A collection of texts which prepared the advent of Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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"Wolves Nurturing Children in their Dens"

Sir W. H. Sleeman


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Major-General Sir W. H. Sleeman (1788-?): a distinguished officer, whose career in India extended over a period of forty years was born in 1788. He held the appointment of Resident at Lucknow from 1849 to 1856. During this period his letters and diary show his unwearied efforts to arrive at the best information on all points with regard to Oude. He had profoundly studied the Indian character in its different races, and was deservedly much beloved by them for his earnest desire to promote their welfare. In 1844 he published Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official. In 1851, while Resident at the Court of Lucknow (Oude), and at the request of the Governor General the Marquess of Dalhousie, he wrote A Journey Through the Kingdom of Oude in 1849 1850 describing the actual conditions of that kingdom, and with the view of pointing out the best measures to be suggested to the King for the improvement and amelioration of the country and people.

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