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" Ind:a where the inhabitants may not have an opportunity of warning away their fins. The Ganges, which rifes in the mountains of Thibet, with its different branches, runs through the kingdoms of Bengal, Bahar, and Orifla, and the upper provinces of Oude,... "
Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, Describing Characters, Customs, Manners ... - Page 328
by William Macintosh - 1782
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 25

History - 1800
...juft now mentioned, are fo filuated, that there is not any part of Ind:a where the inhabitants may not have an opportunity of warning away their fins....branches, runs through the kingdoms of Bengal, Bahar, and Orifla, and the upper provinces of Oude, Rohilcund, Agra. Delhi, and Lahore. The Kiftna divides the...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...fituated, that there is not any part of India where the inhabitants may not have an opportunity of waihing away their fins. The Ganges, which rifes in the mountains...branches, runs through the kingdoms of Bengal, Bahar, and Oriflā, and the upper provinces of Oucie, Rohilcund, Agra, Delhi, and Lahore. The Kiftna divides the...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

History - 1800
...not any part of Ind:a where the inhabitants may not have an opportunity of wafliing away their lins. The Ganges, which '-rifes in the mountains of Thibet,...branches, runs through the kingdoms of Bengal, Bahar, and Oriiîā, and the upper, provinces of Oucic, Rohilcund, Agra, Peltii, and Lahore. The Kiftna divides...
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Selections from Calcutta Gazettes of the Years 1784 [-1823 Inclusive ...

1869
...where the inhabitants may not have an opportunity of washing away their sins. The Ganges, which rises in the mountains of Thibet, with its different branches,...Bengal, Bahar, and Orixa, and the Upper Provinces of Oude, Rohilcund, Agra, Delhi, and Lahore. The Kistna divides the Carnatic from Golcouda, and runs through...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

Edmund Burke - History - 1783
...not any part of India where the inhabitants may not have an opportunity of warning away their lins. The Ganges, which rifes in the mountains of Thibet, with its different branch, es, runs through the kingdoms of Bengal, Bahar, and Orixa, and the upper provinces of О ude,...
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