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London: Blackie & Son, 1904. The first two of these campaigns were conducted in mountainous country giving advantage to the enemy, where passes had to be scaled and torrents forwarded, deep snow crossed. In the other the country was thick tropical forrest, in rainy season. The men were called upon to bear enormous extremes, with incessant fight. In danger they fought with valour that deserves the highest praise. CONDITION Pictoral front and spine with gilt titles, spine fades rubbed to head and foot, red bds have light soiling cnrs rubbed with scatched to design on front, pub stain to all edges, grey eps with book sellers label to past down and award dedication to fly dated 1904, verso of frontis foxed, pp 383 with 8 illus plates plus ads, interior bright though sl shaken.. First English. Decorative Cloth. Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.