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" Attock now stands : because, first, it appears to have been, in all ages, the pass on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into India ; and this is strongly indicated by the circumstance of Acbar's building the fortress of Attock... "
Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan; Or the Mogul's Empire: With an Examination of ... - Page 55
by James Rennell - 1783 - 136 pages
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The History of Ancient Greece, Its Colonies, and Conquests: From ..., Volume 5

John Gillies - 1790
...it for granted, that Alexander crofled the Indns at the place where the city of Attock , now {lands; as It appears to have been in all ages the pafs on...from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into India . . . Attock mu ft then fland on .the; fite of the Taxila of Alexander. FTM* thence, as his intention...
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The History of Ancient Greece, Its Colonies, and Conquests: From ..., Volume 5

John Gillies - 1790 - 307 pages
...it for granted, tlvat Alexander crofled the Indus at the place where the city of Attock now (lands ; as it appears to have been in all ages the pafs on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Canilahar into India . . . Attock »uft then ftand on the fite of the Taxila of Alexander. From . thence...
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The History of Ancient Greece: Its Colonies and Conquests from the ..., Volume 4

John Gillies - 1801
...Indus at the place where the city of Attock now Hands ; as it appears to have been in all ages the pals on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into Iiulio. • . . Attock muft thei) ftand on the file of the Taxila of Alexander. . From thence, as his...
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The History of Hindostan: Its Arts, and Its Sciences, as Connected ..., Volume 2

Thomas Maurice - 1820
...his army ; because the same geographer observes, " this appears to have been, in all ages, the pass on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into India* ;" which induced the politic Akber, in after-ages, to build, on this spot, the castle of Attock, commanding...
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The History of Ancient Greece: Part the first. From the earliest accounts ...

John Gillies - 1820
...at the place where the city of Attock now stands ; as it appears to have been in all ages tht pass on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into India. . . . Attock must then stand on the site of the Taxila of Alexander. From thence, as his intention...
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Rise and Progress of the British Power in India, Volume 1

Peter Auber - 1837 - 713 pages
...where the city of Attock now stands : because, first, it appears to have been, in all ages, the pass on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into India ; and this is strongly indicated by the circumstance of Acbar's building the fortress of Attock to command it. Mr....
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Rise and progress of the British power in India.2 vols, Volume 1

Peter Auber - 1837
...where the city of Attock now stands : because, first, it appears to have been, in all ages, the pass on the Indus leading from the countries of Cabul and Candahar into India ; and this is strongly indicated by the circumstance of Acbar's building the fortress of Attock to command it. Mr....
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