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" Hindostan, before they had established themselves in the central parts of the country ; and owes its chief improvements to Humaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his residence during a part of his troublesome reign. The city and suburbs form a circumference... "
Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or, The Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ... - Page 82
by James Rennell - 1793 - 479 pages
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 14

1794
...was the refidence of the firil Mahomedan conquerors of Hindooltan, before they eftabliihed themfelves in the central parts of the country. It owed its modern...to Humaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his refidence during a part of his troublefome reign. Thevenot faya, that including the fuburbs, it was...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1794
...was the refidence of the firil Mahomedan conquerors of Hindooftan, before they eftablifhed themfelves in the central parts of the country. It owed its modern improvements, however, to Hunaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his refidence during л part of his troublefome reign. Thevenot...
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A General Gazetteer, Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary: Containing a ...

1821 - 776 pages
...they had established themselves in the central parti of the county; and owes its modern improvements to Humaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his residence during a part of his troublesome reign. The city and ˇis suburbs form a circuinference of seven miles. It is surrounded by walls of I» irk,...
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A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world

George Thomas Landmann - 1835 - 700 pages
...central parts of the country ; and owe» its modern improvements to Humaioon, the father of Acber, who made it his residence during a part of his troublesome reign. The city and its suburbs 7 m in circuit : surrounded by walls of brick, and adorned with fine edifices...
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The London General Gazetteer; Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary...

Richard Brookes - 1838 - 800 pages
...they had established themselves in the central parts of the country ; and owes its chief improvements to Humaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his residence during a part of his troublesome reign. The city and its suburbs form a circumference of 1 mllee. It Is eomnmded by walls of brick, and adorned...
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A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world

George Thomas Landmann - 1840
...they had established themselves in the central parte of the country ; and owes its modern improvements to Humaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his residence during a part of his troublesome reign. The city and its suburbs are 7 m. in circuit : surrounded by walls of brick, and are adorned with fine...
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A General Gazetteer, Or Compendious Geographical Dictionary

Richard Brookes - 1849
...they had established themselves in the central parts of the country ; and owes its chief improvements to Humaioon, the father of Acbar, who made it his residence during a part of his troublesome reign. The city and suburbs form a circumference of 7 miles. It is surrounded by walls of brick, and adorned...
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