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" ... the capital of Bengal and Bahar, as united under one government ; being nearly centrical with respect to the populous parts of those provinces, and... "
Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan; Or the Mogul's Empire: With an Examination of ... - Page 44
by James Rennell - 1783 - 136 pages
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Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or the Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ...

James Rennell - 1788 - 295 pages
...being nearly centrical with refpeft to the populous parts of thofe provinces j and near the junction of the principal rivers that compofe that extraordinary...rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any catrfe for apprehenfiom Tandah, or Tanrah* (called fometimes Chawafpour Tanda, from the original name...
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Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan; Or, The Mogul Empire: With an Introduction ...

James Rennell - 1788 - 295 pages
...being nearly centrical with refpeft to the populous parts of thofe provinces; and near the junction of the principal rivers that compofe that extraordinary inland navigation, for which thofe provinces are fanned : and moreover, fecured by the Ganges and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal...
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Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or, The Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ...

James Rennell - 1793 - 479 pages
...compose that extraordinary inland navigation, for which those provinces are famed : and moreover, secured by the Ganges and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause for apprehension. Tandah, or Tanrah (called sometimes Chawaspour Tanda, from the original name...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 1

1816
...that extraordinary inland navigation, for which those provinces are famed ; and, moreover, secured by the Ganges and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause for apprehension. " t In consequence of this conduct, which was imitated by his successors, many...
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The General East India Guide and Vade Mecum: For the Public Functionary ...

John Borthwick Gilchrist - 1825 - 669 pages
...that extraordinary inland navigation for which those provinces are formed ; and, moreover, secured by the Ganges, and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause for apprehension." The author, though generally so perspicuous, has not clearly stated what quarter...
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The General East India Guide and Vade Mecum: Being a Digest of the Work of ...

John Borthwick Gilchrist - 1825
...tliat extraordinary inland navigation for which those provinces are formed ; and, moreover, secured by the Ganges, and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause for apprehension." The author, though generally so perspicuous, has not clearly stated what quarter...
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A Gazetteer of the Territories Under the Government of the East ..., Volume 2

Edward Thornton - 1854 - 2 pages
...compose that extraordinary inland navigation for which those provinces are famed; and, moreover, secured by the Ganges and other rivers on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause of apprehension." A beautiful minaret,* ninety feet high and twenty-one in diameter, yet remains,...
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Geographical and Statistical Report of the District of Maldah

J. J. Pemberton - 1854 - 44 pages
...compose that extraordinary inland navigation, for which those Provinces are farmed, and moreover, secured by the Ganges and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause for apprehension. In the year AD 1203, 4 and 600 Hejira, Muhumud Bukhtyar Khujilee gained entire...
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The Travels of a Hindoo to Various Parts of Bengal and Upper India, Volume 1

Bholanauth Chunder - 1869
...that extraordinary inland navigation, for which these provinces are famed; and, moreover, -secured by the Ganges and other rivers, on the only quarter from which Bengal has any cause for apprehension.' The axe and the plough have been at work during the last fifty years to reclaim...
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