|Title:||The land of the Veda; being personal reminiscences of India, its people, castes, thugs, and fakirs, its religions, mythology, principal monuments, palaces, and mausoleums, together with the incidents of the great Sepoy rebellion. By William Butler, D.D.|
|Author:||Butler, William, 1818-1899|
|Note:||New York, Eaton & Mains; Cincinnati, Jennings & Graham, [c1906]|
|Link:||page images at HathiTrust|
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|Subject:||Missions -- India|
|Subject:||India -- Description and travel|
|Call number:||DS413 .B991|
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