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" No part of the site of ancient Gour is nearer to the present bank of the Ganges, than four miles and a half ; and some parts of it, which were originally washed by that river, are now twelve miles from it... "
A Critical Essay on Various Manuscript Works, Arabic and Persian ... - Page 34
edited by - 1832 - 71 pages
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Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or, The Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ...

James Rennell - 1793 - 479 pages
...government was removed to Tanda, or Tanrah, a few miles higher up the river. No part of the site of ancient Gour is nearer to the present bank of the Ganges, than four miles and a half; and some parts of it, which were originally washed by that river, are now 12 miles from it. However, a small stream...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 1

1816
...seat of government removed to Tanda, or Taarah, a few. miles up the river. " No part of the site of ancient Gour is nearer ' to the present bank of the Ganges than four miles and я half ; and some parts of it, which were originally washed by that river, are now twelve miles from...
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The Modern Traveller: A Popular Description, Geographical ..., Volume 3

Josiah Conder - 1828
...deserted it for other residencies. No part of the ancient site of Gour is nearer to the present bed of the Ganges, than four miles and a half; and some parts, originally washed by it, are now twelve miles distant. hometans; where are the traces of that city,...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 10

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...texture, are often carried away to Moorshedabad, Maulda, and other places. No part of this site of Gour is nearer to the present bank of the Ganges than...parts, which were originally washed by that river, are, according to Mr. Hamilton, now twelve miles from it. A stream that runs past it communicates with its...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volume 10

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...texture, are often carried away to Moorshedabad, Maulda, and other places. No part of this site of (lour is nearer to the present bank of the Ganges than four miles and a half, and some parts, which were origioalhr washed by that river, are, according to Mr. Himilton, now twelve miles from it. A stream...
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Publications, Issue 20

1832
...Gangia Regia of Ptolemy, stood on the left bank of the Ganges about twenty-five miles below Rajemal. It was the capital of Bengal 730 years before Christ....ancient Gour is nearer to the present bank of the Gaqges than four miles and a half; and some parts which were origipally washed by that river are now...
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Geographical and Statistical Report of the District of Maldah

J. J. Pemberton - 1854 - 44 pages
...Government was removed to Tanda or Taurah, a few miles higher up the river." No part of the site of ancient Gour is nearer to the present bank of the...Ganges, than four miles and a half ; and some parts of it, which were originally washed by that river, are now twelve miles from it However, a small stream...
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The Travels of a Hindoo to Various Parts of Bengal and Upper India, Volume 1

Bholanauth Chunder - 1869
...1575, from which commenced the ruin of Gour. ' No part of the site of ancient Gour,' says Rennel, ' is nearer to the present bank of the Ganges than four miles and a half; and some parts of it, which were originally washed by that river, are now twelve miles from it. However, a small stream,...
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The illustrated history of the British empire in India and the ..., Volume 1

Edward Henry Nolan - 1878
...invasion from the only quarter where hostile operations might be apprehended. No part of the site of ancient Gour is nearer to the present bank of the...washed by that river are now twelve miles from it. A small stream that runs past it communicates with its west side, and is navigable during the rainy...
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