The title of MOOR'S Oriental Fragments describes the nature of
the work. The author served in the Indian aimy fir nearly a quarter of a century. During that period, he picked up some in- formation, and a good many curiosities in a small way; and the
melange is here presented to us. . The book is t:ot striking, and it is dashed in parts with a little of Colonial mannerism or slang; but it is various, gossipy, and minutely curious.