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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 ...
When I went on circuit to Tangalla, 26 miles to the west, the largest town in my
District, I found Southorn, the District Judge, and Hodson, the Superintendent of
Police, and we dined together. When I went on circuit 20 miles east to Tissa- ...
... 246-247; 251 Stevenson, Sir Malcolm, 86; 90-91; 97 Strachey, Letters to Lytton,
47; 56-62; 78; 84; 93; 125; 157; 172-175 Tamils, 32-33; 48~49; 5*- 55; 935
Tangalla, 7 1 Templer, G. D., 98-102 Templer, Judge, 136-137 Tennis,
Sacrament of, ...
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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