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Burgard : another of Bayley's officers. The Army of a Dream. Burger : the Boer soldier who captures Private Copper. The Comprehension of Private Copper. Burges, Lewis Holroyd : of Burges and Son, established by his grandfather in 1827; tobacconist and cigar-importer. His wife appears briefly ; his son was killed in Egypt in the 1914 war. He is a leading light of Faith and Works, 5837 : Fairy-Kist, "In the Interests of the Brethren". Burgher of the Free State, A : an uncollected story in vol. xxx of the Sussex Edition.
Mentioned in For One BEING. Boatman : he would have killed the Mugger but for the Brahman. The Night only. Undertakers. Blind Devil : nickname of McRimmon. Bob the Librarian : a dog in Garm- A "Bread upon the Waters". Hostage. Blind Priest : the Blind Mullah of Jagai. The Head of the District. 'Blissful Fortnight, A': sub-head to chap. 3, A FLEET IN BEING. Blitzen, Boanerges : see 1 The Man Who Bobolink: a runner in The Broken-Link Handicap. "'Bobs'" (388): verses in honour of Lord Roberts. 'Boche as Mr.
Further thoughts on the development of the country and a wish to take Members of Parliament round the Empire to learn about it. Wheat and the Great Lakes. • .. Cities and Thrones and Powers" • (479): title and first line of the Prelude to PUCK OF POOK'S HILL. TRAVEL. Claribel: see Mine Sweepers. Clarke, Nobby : Able Seaman, Leading Hand, and Commander, founder of the Royal Navy and the Mercantile Marine. He had a wife and a son. The First Sailor. Classics and the Sciences, The: speech to University College, Dundee, 1923.