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The largest town in my District was not Hambantota, the headquarters where I
lived, but Tangalla, thirty miles or so away. There was no railway and about once
a month I drove or rode to Tangalla and stayed a night or two there in the ...
205 of 26th April to the Government Agent, Southern Province, regarding the
acquisition of land required for the Public Works Department Store at Tangalla,
leaves much to be desired. 2. His Excellency accordingly desires you to instruct
93; Tangalla, 71 Templer, G. D., 98-102 Templer, Judge, 136-137 Tennis,
Sacrament of, 44-47 ; 135 Tissamaharama, 175; 199 Tooth, Buddha's, 142-145;
159; 162 Twynam, Sir William, 104- 105 Tyrrell, Sir, F. G., 134; 136 Vaithianathan
, Sir K.
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This is the second book Leonard Woolf wrote of his life. He is a graceful author, and a sensitive man. Good look into an aristocratic young britisher and his growing up. Read full review