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" Kelat they make the latter ingredient from the soil, and esteem it much the strongest. On the high road from Kelat to Kutch Gundava there is a range of hills, from which a species of salt, perfectly red in its colour, is extracted, that possesses very... "
Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde: Accompanied by a Geographical and ... - Page 315
by Sir Henry Pottinger - 1816 - 423 pages
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Caravan Journeys and Wanderings in Persia, Afghanistan, Turkistan, and ...

Joseph Pierre Ferrier - Afghanistan - 1856 - 534 pages
...same place. I saw quantities of white and grey marble in the mountains to the westward of Nooahky, but it does not seem to be at all prized by the Belooches. • * • *"* • • The gardens of Kelat are planted with many sorts of fruit trees, of which all the finest were brought from...
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Caravan journeys and wanderings in Persia, Afghanistan, Turkistan, and ...

Joseph Pierre Ferrier - Asia, Central - 1857 - 534 pages
...perfectly red in its colour, is extracted, that possesses very great aperient qualities. Sulphur and ;ilum are to be had at the same place. I saw quantities...prized by the Belooches. • • * » " # * * The gardens of Kelat are planted with many sorts of fruit trees, of which all the finest were brought from...
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The Cyclopędia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - East Asia - 1871
...hills, from which red salt is exBAU. trncted. Sulphur and alum are to be bad at the same place. Verrier saw quantities of white and grey marble in the mountains...Nooshky, but it does not seem to be at all prized by the Belooebes. The best timber the Belooches have is of the U poors a species of the Zizyphus jujnba and...
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The Cyclopędia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - East Asia - 1871
...place. Terrier saw quantities of w lute and grey marble in the mountains to the westward of Nooshky, bnt it does not seem to be at all prized by the Belooches. The best timber the Belooches have is of the Upoors a species of the Zizyphus jujnba and tamarind trees,...
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The Cyclopędia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - Asia - 1885
...of hills from which red salt is extracted. Sulphur and alum are to be had at the same place. Ferner saw quantities of white and grey marble in the mountains to the westward of Nushki, but it does' not seem to be at all prized by the Baluch. The best timber the Baluchi have is...
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The Great Game: Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde

Martin Ewans - Eastern question (Central Asia) - 2004 - 6 pages
...the latter ingredient from the soil, and esteem it much the strongest. On the high road from Relat to Kutch Gundava there is a range of hills, from which...sufficient quantity of the ore for one process has been collected^Jt is placed on a pile of dried wood, which is kindled and kept replenished with fresh fuel...
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