the air pillow.
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I went through a long march that day, and another difficult long march the next day, I sat on my kit with the most useful jungle comfort, my air pillow, in my hands, start blowing.
The nearest Burman to my corner, he was awake watching me ready to sleep. . .
View the full article in The Time Machine a version of this archive appears on December 4, 1887, on page 13 of the New York edition, titled: air pillow.