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SIR SAMUEL WHITE BAKER
CYPRUS AS I SAW IT IN 1879
page 474

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C ONCLUSION. XX.] 457 In taking leave of Cyprus I must express my share lin the general regret at the departure of Sir Garnet and Lady Wolseley, from whom we received much kindness. His successor, General Biddulph, R.A., is well known as a most able and painstaking officer, who is admirably suited for the responsible position the now occupies, but all will remember with due appreciation the vigorous administration of Sir Garnet I Wolseley, who was selected for the command of Cyprus in the difficult period of the first British occupation. THE END.

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