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FLOORS.

HARNESS.

 

Floors, to make, 149.

Flour, nutritive value, 19t; to carry,

69, 196.

in mercurial horizon, 25; to silver,

25; substitute for glass, 149.

Glaisher, Mr., 133.

Flying bridges, no.

Food, 189.-Nutritive

189 ; food suitable

condiments, 197 ;

keeping, 197 ; wholesome

curable in bush,

to save lives of

cooking utensils,

cooking, 205;

elements of food,

for stores, 193 ;

butcher, i97 ; store

food pro

198; revolting food,

starving men, 199

203 ; fire-places f,,r

ovens, 206; bush

Glaze for pottery, 348.

Glove (bath-glove), 123.

Glue, 347.

Goats, 63.

Gold, to carry, 302.

Gourd float, 84; boat (m hkara), 91.

Grains (for spearing fish), 272.

Grant, Captain, 264.

Grass shutters, 149.

Graters, 204.

Grease for leather, 75, 343 ; in dressing

skins, 342 ; for wheels, 7 7 ; to procure

from bones, 343; for relieving thirst,

cookery, 208.

Forbes, Captain, a.

., 314.

Forbes, Professor J., z6.

Fords and Bridges, 107.-Fords, £07 ;

swamps, ro8; passing things from hand to hand, tog ; plank roads, 109 ; snow-drift., and weak ice,iio; bridges, ire; flying bridge,, tie.

Forge, 338.

Forest as shelter, 137 ; log huts, 141; to travel in a straight line through forests, 293.

Form, for log-book, 28 ; calculations, 30, 3r; for agreement with servants, 6.

Fortification of camp, 310. Fountains, 214.

Fuel, 184; heating powers of various kinds, 338.

Fulminating powder in destroying wolves, 266; percussion caps, 244.

Furniture, 168. - Bed, 169; hammocks and cots, 169; mosquito-nets, 170; chairs, 170, 171; table, 171.-(aee also, 168.)

Fusees, in making a fire, 172.

Gall (ox-gall), 331, 120; girth-galls, 68; blisters, i9.

Game, other means of Capturing

(besides sb otiug), 262.-Gan,::ral icmarks, 262 ; spriuges, 263 ; pitfalls, 264; traps, 265 ; poison, 265 ; birdlime, 267 ; catching with the hand, 268 ; hot:-s, 268; Lasso, 262; hamstringing, 269; hawking, 269. To hide from animals of prey, 254; diviSion of spoils, 244, 310; to float across a river, 257 ; to carry, 256, 327. Dead animals, to find, 200; water, in paunch of, 223.

Garibaldi, lit.

Gauze, for mosquito-curtains, 169, 163;

to make incombast:ble, it;; stretched

over mercurial horizon, 25. Geographical Society, 1, 3. G!Iby, Mr., 104, 255.

Gipsy tent, 161 ; marks (patterans), 291.

Girths, 72, 147; girth-galls, 68.

Glass, to shape, 149, 350; substitute for,

225; oiling tha person, 122; butte

198 ; olive oil, to purify, 238. Gregory, Br., 68, 246. Gfll (ball of charcoal), 185. Gum, 332.

Gun-fittings and Ammunition,

244: Powdrr-flask, 244; percussioncaps, 244; wadding, 2.46 ; flints, 246 ; gunpowder, 246; bullets, 248; sh:,t and slug, 249.

Guns and Rifles, 237•- Breech-loading, 237, best size of gun, 217 ; sights, ramrod, &c., 238; rust, 238; olive-oil, to purify, 238 ; injuries to gun, to repair, 239; guns to hang up, 239 to carry on a journey, 240; on hoiseback, 241 ; to dispose of at night, 24l to clean, 244.-To procure fire, 174 ; to set an alarm-gun, 314, 257 ; to support tenting, 135.

Gunpowder, to make, 246; to carry, 246 ; mark on stone left by flash, 291; in lighting a fire, 174; in making touch-paper, 181; substitute for salt, 197; fulminating powder to kill beasts, 266; powvder-flask, 244; battered, to mend, 244, 230 (,see 323).

Gut, 266; catgut, 349.

Gutta percha. 125 (see " Macintosh ").

Guy-rope in tenting), 164.


Htvmorrh:age, 20.

Haggis, 208.

Hall, Dr. Marshall, 22. Hammering, sound o4, 315. Hammock, 169, Hamstringing, 269.

Handing things across a swamp, tog. Handbook for Field Service, 91, 98. Handkerchief, to sling a jar, 32, ; to tie

the wrists, 319.

Hands of prisoner, to secure, 319. Harness, 65. - Saddles for ridh g,

65; bags, 66; sore barks, 67; park

saddles, 68; pack-bans, 68; art of

packing, 7i; girths, stirrups, bridles, Cc., 72, 73 ; tethers, hobbles ;and knew-