Jeremy's lodgings — somewhere in London.

A railway carriage, on the Waterloo to Axminster line.

Combe Regis, Dorsetshire — though it offers bathing, sea air, splendid scenery, and is a perfect hot-bed of golf, it is no place for the halt and maimed.

Ukridge's chicken farm — an old house in large grounds, at the top of a hill on the other side of the valley from the station.

Professor Derrick's croquet lawn — an Irishman's castle, though not impregnable to a marauding hen.

The Cob — a combination of pier and breakwater, from which a pleasant swim may be enjoyed at high tide.

The Net and Mackerel, Combe Regis — dark (or, at least, wet) deeds are plotted in its bar-parlour.

Professor Derrick's tennis court — scene of a naval victory

Combe Regis golf course — where Jeremy shows that the spoils do not always go to the victor.

Ware Cliffthe most soothing place in the world,

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