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Ghazni
Ghazni, A Town And Fortress Of Afghanistan, In Lat. 33° 34' N., And Long. 68° 18' E., And 7726 Feet Above The Sea, 85 Mile! From Kabul, 2nn Miles N.e. Of Kandaluir, On The Left Bank Of A River Bearing The Same Nainc, At The Termination Of The Well-known Turnak ...

Ghilji
Ghilji, A Tribe In Afghanistan, Which, With The Abdali, Forms The Bulk Of The Afghanistan Population. The Ghilji Occupy The Principal Por Tion Of The Country Between Kandahar And Ghazni, And Are The Most Numerous Of The Afghan Tribes. They Are Also Found Between Farrah And Herat, And Again Between ...

Ghorbasta
Ghorbasta. The Climate Of Makran Generally, But Especially At The Level Tract South Of The Mountains, Is Very Unhealthy. The Ghorbasta Or Ghorband In Makran Are Great Structures, At Times Almost Bearing Resemblance To The Cyclopean Remains Of Europe. They Are Evidently Remains Of A People That Occupied Or Passed ...

Ghulam Arab
Ghulam. Arab. A Slave, A Servant; A Term In Frequent Use By Persons To Indicate Their Readi Ness To Obey, As Main Ap Ka Ghulam Hun,' I Am Your Slave ; Also Often Used As A Part Of A, Name, As Ghulam Ali Ghulam Hagan, Ghulam Maho Mad, Servant Of' ...

Gigartina Spinosa
Gigartina Spinosa. Grey. Eucbema Spinosum, Ag. I Facuslichenoides, I Non Linn. Kyouk Puen, . . Bum. I Agar-agar, . . Mane. Edible Sea-weed Is Found In The Andamans And At Termoklee Island. The Chinese Collect It On Their Coast To A Great Extent, Using It In The Arts And Also ...

Giiakkar
Giiakkar, A Scythie Race Inhabiting The Banks Of Tho Indus. The Ghakkar Was A Warliko Tribe In The Time Of Mithmud Of Ghazni, Inhabiting The Salt Range Or Jail Mountains, Between The Indus Aud Tho Bellut (hydaspes). The Moghul, And Subsequently The Daurani, Failed To Master Them, But The Sikh ...

Gillespie
Gillespie. General Rollo Gillespie, An Officer Of The British Army Who Served In The West I Ndies,the East Indies, And The Eastern Archipelago. On The Occasion Of The Vellore Mutiny Of 1806, He Was In Command Of Arcot, And Sir John Fan Court Was In Command Of Vellore. They Were ...

Gilolo
Gilolo Is One Of The Molucca Islands. Its North End Is In About Lat. 2° 23' N. It Has A Long Mountainous Coast, High Bold Land, With Three Remarkable Peaks. The Indigenes Live In The North Of The Island. Their Stature, Their Features, As Well As Their Dispositions And Habits, ...

Gingelly Oil
Gingelly Oil, Sesamum Oil. Match, . . . . Arad. Nall-ennai, . . . Tau. Mitha Til-ka-tel„ Hind. Manehi-nuna, . . Tel. Kurit, Sehuk, . . Pers. Gingelly Seed, Sesamum Seed. Sumsum, . . . Arab. Taila, . . . . Sansk. Ellu, Can. Yeilu, Tam Til, Jingelly, Gg J., ...

Ginger
Ginger, Zingiber Officinale. Zangebil, Arab., Pers. Zenzero, . . . . Ir. Jabetub, . . . Ball Jasiaking, Also Jait, Jev. Ada (green), . . . Beng. Sapadas, Also Alya,malar. Kbyeng-khyuk (gr.), Bur. Inehiver, . . Dl&leal. Khyeng-dsein (dry), „ Gengivre, . . . Sunty, . . . . Can. ...

Ginseng Anglo Crin
Ginseng. Anglo-crin. The Famed Gin Seng Substances Are Known To- The Chinese As Jin-san, Liau-san, Hwang-san, Shin-tsan, Kwan Tung-jin-san, And Kwan-si-jin-san. The Dutch Call It Kraft Wurzel, And The Tartars, Ohrota. That Obtained In The Provinces Of Shen-si, Peh Chih-li, And Shing-king Is The Product Of The Panax Ginseng, Meyer. ...

Girnar
Girnar, In Lat. 21° 30' N., Long. 70° 42' E., A Hill 3500 Feet High, Near Junagarh In Kattyawar, And 40 Miles To The North Of Somnath. The Jaina Religionists Regard It As Sacred, Only Second In Iniportance To Palitana, And It Is Also Reverenced By Hindus. Of The Holy ...

Glaciers
Glaciers Are Masses Of Ice Which Are Formed And Remain In The Valleys And On The Slopes Of Lofty Mountains. In Every Part Of The Himalaya And Of Western Tibet, Wherever The Mountains Attain A Sufficient Elevation To Be Covered With Perpetual Snow Glaciers Are To Be Found: In The ...

Glass
Glass. Kizaz, . . . Aasn. Sheeshah, . . . Psits. Vitro, Verre, . . . Fit. Steklo, . . . . Itus. Kauch, . . . . Him). Vidrio ..... Sp. Vetro, It Kuntiadi, . . . Tam. Vitrum, Lat Addamoo, , . Tel. Glass Imported Into India Consists ...

Glycyrrhiza
Glycyrrhiza, A Genus Belonging To The Natural Order Fabacem, Consisting Of Herbaceous Plants With Pinnated Leaves, Small Flowers In Axillary Spikes, And Roots Running Very Much In The Soil In Which They Grow. Species Of Gly Cyrrhiza Extend Into Afghanistan,whence Liquorice Root, Jetimadh, Is Imported Into India. The Glycyrrhiza, With ...

Goa Powder
Goa Powder, From The Andivn Araroba (lancet, 20th May 1882, P. 817). The Active Prin.; Ciplo Is Chrysophanie Acid. It Is Used In Psoriasis. According To Mr. Smith, Gott Powder Conidata Of The Powdered Thallus Of Rocella Tinctoria, Which Lie Says Has Long Been Employed In British India As A ...

Godavari Or
Godavari Or Godavery Is A River Of The Peninsula Of India, Which Runs Across The Dekhan. Estimated Area Of Drainage Basin, 112,200 Square Miles. The Traditional Source Is On The Side Of A Hill Behind The Village Of Trimbak, In Nasik District, Bombay, Only About 50 Miles From The Shore ...

Gold
Gold. Zahab, Arab. Zar, Puus. Geld, . . Dan., Swell Zia°, Pol. Goud, Dut. Oiro, Orto, . . . Port. Or, Fr. Soi0t0, Ito& Zabab, . . . . Suvarnam, . . Sansk. Sona, Hind. Ponnoo Tam. Oro, . . . . It., Sp. Bungarroo, . . . Tel. Soi, ...

Gold Embroidery
Gold Embroidery. Zardozi, Hind. The Oriental Races Have Ever Been Celebrated For Their Skill In This Art Of Embroidery, Which Appears To Have Been Practised In Assyria, And Introduced From Thence Into India. Pliny, However, Mentions That It Was A Phrygian Invention, And In Rome Embroiderers Were Called Phrygiones. In ...

Gold Thread
Gold-thread Is Largely Used In The Em Broidery Of India. There Should Not Be Any Alloy Whatever In The Gold Or Gilt Silver Thread Used. This Alone Can Preserve It From Tarnish ; And As Gold Thread Enters Very Largely Into The Patt,erns Of Most Native Cloths, It Would Be ...

Gold And Silver Filigree
Gold And Silver Filigree 1vork. The Native Silversmiths Of Cuttack Have Long Been Noted For The Fineness, Neatness, And Lightness Of Their Filigree Work. This Kind Of Work Is Exe Cuted For The Most Part, Under Supervision, By Mere Boys, Whose Nimbler Fingers And Keener Eyesight Are Supposed To Enable ...

Gond
Gond, The Province Of Gondwana, On The Old Maps Wa,s Bounded On The S.w. And Iv. By The Godavery, Pranhita, And Wardha Rivers, And The Kaligong Hills ; The Nerbadda Separated It From Malwa And Dumoh, And Then The Bonndary Line Ran N.e. Along The Kutne, And On The N.e. ...

Goorak00
Goorak00, Goodakoo, Or Goodak, Called In Bengal Tambaku, The Name Given In The Peninsula Of India To The Compound Of Tobacco For The Hookah ; From Goor, Raw Sugar, And Akoo, Tel., Leaf.—herklots. G 00se. Wazzat, . . . . Arab. Anser, . . . . Lat. Gans, . . ...

Gooty
Gooty, A Town And Hill Fort In The Bellary District Of The Madras Presidency, 48 Miles Froni I3ellary, In Lat. 15° 6' 53" N., Long. 77° 41' 32" E. In 1758 It Was Taken By Morari Rao, Who Subse Quently Capitulated To Hyder Ali And Disappeared. It Was Besieged And ...

Gorakhpur
Gorakhpur, In Lat. 26' 42' N., Long. 83° 23' E., A Town On The Right Bank Of The Rapti, In The N.1v. Provinces Of British India, Which Gives Its Name To A Revenue District Lying Between Lat. 26° 5' 15" And 27° 28' 25" N., And Between Long. 83° 7' ...

Gosain
Gosain, Goswami. From Go, Sansk., Sense Or Passion, And Sen, Master. One Who Masters Or Restrains His Passions ; Modified Vernacularly, As Gosain. Sects Of Hindus, Whose Disciples Are Styled Gosami, Sami, Swami, Gosali, Gosavi, Gosayi, Etc. A Religious Mendicant In General. As A Special Name, It Is Applied To ...

Gossypium
Gossypium, Cotton Plant. 1 Gossypion, . . . . Gr. Katpasa, . . . Sansk. Kapas Ka Jhar, . Hind. Punji, . . . . Taal. Carbasus, . . . . Lat. Patti Chettu, . . Tel. The Genus Gossypium, Belonging To The Natural Order Malvacem And Its Species, From ...

Gotra Sansk
Gotra. Sansk. A Hurdle, A Pen, A Fold, A Tribe. Professor Wilson Explains The Term Gotra A.s Meaning A Family, Lineage, Relationship By Descent From A Common Ancestor Of The Same Name, Or From Some Saint, Or Regard Him As Their Primitive Spiritual Bead, And Whose Designation They Bear, As ...

Gour Or
Gour Or Gaur, Called Also Lakhnauti, Thc Ancient Capital Of Bengal, And Its Territory, Sup Posed To Be The Gangia Regia Of Ptolemy. It Stood On The Left Bank Of The Ganges, On A Atone Embank Ment About 25 Miles Below Rajmahal. It Was The Capital Of Bengal 730 Years ...

Governor
Governor, The Official Designation In British India Of The Presideut In Council Of The Govern Rnents Of Madras, Of Bombay, Of Ceylon, And Of The Straits Settlements, All Of Whom Rule With A Council For Administra.tion And Legislation. The Rulers Of Bengal And The Panjab Are Lieutenant-governors. Governor-general Is The ...

Govinda
Govinda, Gopala, And Gokala Are Names Of Krishna, Derived From His Pastoral Avocation Of Herdsman, From Go, A Cow. Gopinath, Husband Or Lord Of The Gopi, Another Name Is Derived From His Association With The Gopi Hei-dwomen. Mr. Garrett Says That Govinda Was Given By Indra As A Name To ...

Grallatores
Grallatores, The Grallaa Of Linnaeus, The Wader Order Of Birds, Which Some Naturalists Arrange As Under :— . A. The Young When Hatehed Able To Run At Once. 1. Tribe Struthiones, Comprising The Ostriches, Emus. 2, Tribo Pressirostres, Bustards, Plovers, Cranes. 3. Tribe Longirostresi Snipes And Sandpipers. 4. Tribe Latitores, ...

Grangea Maderaspatana
Grangea Maderaspatana. Poir. Gr. Adansonia, Cass. I Artemisia Maderas., Wilk& Namnti, . . . ;beng. I Mashiputri, . . . Tam, Nelam Pata,. . Inialeal. Mustaru, . . . . Tel. Grows In Bengal And Peninsular India ; Its Leaves Are Used In Inedicine.—wight's Icones. Grantiia Means Book. Adi Gmnt'h, ...

Grass
Grass. 1 Myek-ping, . . . Burm. Erba, It. Gras . . . Dm, Gca. Herva Pon% Lierge, Gazon, . . . Fr. Traba; Travu, . Rua. Ghas, ..... Hind. Yerba . Sp In England The Grasses Have Received Great And Deserved Attention.. In Some Places Hay Grasses Are Cultivated ...

Grass Oils
Grass Oils Are Obtained From Species Of Andropogon,—a. Citratum, A. Martini, A. Iwar Ancusa, And Their Allies. They Are Fragrant Essential Oils. In The South Of The Peninsula Of India, In Madura, Are Three Grasses Or Sorts Of Grass, Named Poathapil, Seegompil, And Komatch Pil, Which Aro Employed To Furnish ...

Greece
Greece, A Celebrated Country In Europe, Famed For The Military Exploits, Learning, And Arts Of Its Inhabitants. .the People Of Greece Call Their Country Ionia. It Is The Yuuan Of The Mahomedans, Whose People The Hindus Style Yavana. It Has Produced Many Men Famed Throughout The World,—alexander The Great, His ...

Ground Nut
Ground-nut, Earth-nut ; Japan, China, Pulse. 13hooi Mung, . . Manl-manotl, . . . Sp. Mung Phalli, . Canahueto, . . . „ L'indar Nut, . • Ver Kadalc, . • . Tam. Manilla Nut, . . „ Veru Shanagalu„ Tnc. Bhoyeing, . Guj., Hind. The Ground - Nut Is ...

Grub
Grub, A Term Familiar To Coffee Planters In Ceylon And The Peninsula Of India, Applied To Insects Which Injure The Coffee Plant And Coffee Berry. Mr. Nietner Tells Us That The Brown And White Bug And The Black A,nd White Grub Are The Only Important Enemies Of The Coffee Tree, ...

Grus
Grus, A Genus Of Birds Belonging To The Family Gruidm, In Which Are The Genera Grus And An Thropoides. The Words Crane, Grus, Geranos, With The Hindustani Saras, Kakarra, Karrach, Etc., All Have Reference To The 10-id -derurnpeting Voices Of The Birds In Question, Which Form A Very Distinct Group ...

Guano
Guano, The Accumulated Dung Of Sea-birds, Found On Many Islands. The White Layer Of The First Year Is Considered The Best. A Variety Of Guano Found In The Limestone Caves On The Tenas Serim Coast Is Much Used As A Manure By European And Chinese Planters In Pinang And Province ...

Guinea Grass
Guinea Grass, Panicum Jurnentorum. When Well Manured And Kept Clear Of Weeds, It Grows Luxuriantly, And Admits Of Being Cut Ever Six Weeks Or Two Months. A Small Patch Nes Colombo, About An Acre And A Half, For 7 Or Years Supplied 3 Or 4 Milch Cows And From 5 ...

Gujar
Gujar, A Race In The N. W. Provinces Of India, Notoriously Predatory, But Gradually Becoming More Settled To Habits Of Peaceful Industry. Their Former Importance May Be Rated By Their Having Given Name To The Provinces Of Gujcmt On The Western Coast Of India, And To Gujerat In The Panjab. ...

Gujerat
Gujerat, A Town In Lat. 32° 32' N., Long. 74° 3' E., In The Jech Doab Of The Panjab, On The Rotas Road Between The Chenab And Jhelum, At Eight Miles From The Right Bank Of The Chenab. It Is Also The Name Of A District In The Panjab. . ...

Gulab Singh
Gulab Singh, Raja Of Jummoo In The Time Ranjit Singh, Was A Dogra Rajput, Brother Of Raj Dhian Singh, And Raja Suchit Singh. He Was Erne Tyrannical, And Exacting, But Tolerant In Religiot Matters. After The Sutlej Campaign, The Treaty Lahore, Dated 9th 3farch 1846, Left The British I Possession ...

Gulf
Gulf Of Cambay Is About 72 Miles Long, 30 Miles Wide At Its Mouth, And 14 Miles At Its Head. The Nerbadda And The Tapti Rivers Disembogue Into It ; And The Smaller Rivers Are The Sabarmati, Hye, And Dhardur. The Mass Of Alluvial Matter Brought Down By These Rivers, ...

Gulu Or
Gulu Or Gooloo. Hind. The Pod Of The Mahwa Tree, Bassia Latifolia. It Yields A Very Useful Oil, And Is Sometimes Eaten By The Poorer Classes. Gum. Gomme, Pr. Gatah Pulut, . . Malay. Gorn, Dut. Goma, Sp Gummi, Dan., Ger., Sw. Pisini, T ..... Gond, . . . Eau., ...

Gum Trees
Gum Trees Of Australia Are Of Several Genera. The Grass Gum Trees, Xanthorrhosa, Sp., And Kingia Australis, R. Br., Plants Of Australia, Bear Some Outward Resemblance To Each Other, But Belong Respectively To The Lily And The Rush Families. The Blue Gum Tree Of Tasmania (eu Calyptus Globulus) And Its ...

Gunny
Gunny. Guni, ..... Beng. I Koni, Tail Gunpat, Gunipat, . Hind. Gone, Tel. A Strong, Coarse Sackcloth Manufactured Largely In Bengal, For Making Into Bags, Sacks, And Pack Ing Generally. The Material From Which This Is Manufactured Is The Fibre Of Two Plants, Corehorus Olitorius And C. Capsularis, Both Of ...

Gunong Api Malay
Gunong Api. Malay. Literally, Fire Mountain. There Are Three Volcanoes In The Eastern Archi Pelago Of This Name,-one Within The Circle Of The Banda Islands, Which Is A Conical Active Volcano 2300 Feet High. Another Is North Of Ivetta ; And The Third Is Near The W. End Of Sumbawa, ...

Gunpowder
Gunpowder. Ho-yoh, . • . . Chin. Sandawa, Matibru, Malay. Krudt Pulver, , , Dan. Pro* Por, Buskruid, . • . Dur. . . . . Rus. Poudre, Fs. Polvora, . Sp., Port. Schieaspulver, , Ger. Krut, ..... Sw. %rut, Dam, . . Him Topaika Marindu, Tam. Ubat, Ubat Badil, ...

Guntur
Guntur, A Town In Lat. 16° 12' N., And Long. 80° 20' E., Which Gives Its Name To A Revenue District Of The Madras Presidency. A Billy Tract Of 1000 Square Miles Is Known As The Pained, But An Extensive Plain Surrounds The Condaveed Range Of Hills, Rising 1725 Feet ...

Gupta
Gupta, A Dynasty That Ruled In India From A.d. 319 To 465. They Succeeded To The Power Of Tho Andhra. When In The Plenitude Of Their Power, The Whole Of Northern India, With The Krovince Of Gujerat, Was Under Their Rule, And Baniudra Gupta Recorded Ou The Allahabad Pillar That ...

Gurjun Oil
Gurjun Oil, An Oleo-resinous Liquid Afforded By Several Species Of Dipterocarpus, Deep Brown, Transparent, Of Nauseous Odour, Sometimes Thick And White. The Tree Grows With A Straight Stem To The Height Of 30, 40, And 50 Feet Before It Throws Out Branches, Which Grow Horizontally, And Produce Flowers And Seeds ...

Gurkha
Gurkha, A Race In Nepal, With Broad Chinese Or Tartar-like Physiognomy, Small Eyes, Flat Nose, And Meagre Whiskers, As Well As Of Stout Square Make And Sturdy Limbs. The Gurkha, In Every Description Of Costume, And In All Degrees Of Raggedness, Are To Bo Seen Mingled With Inhabitants Of Kamaon, ...

Gutta Percha
Gutta Percha, Aialar, Is The Concrete Juice Of The Isonandra Gutta, A Forest Tree Of Penang, Of The Malay Peninsula From Penang To Singapore, Of Sumatm And Of Borneo. It Is Called The Taban Tree By The Malays Of The Malacca, And In Borneo It Is Known By The Name ...

Guzerat Or
Guzerat Or Gujarat, The Name Given To The Northern Seaboard Of The Bombay Presidency, Extending From Lat. 20° To 24° 45' N., And From Long. 69° To 74° 20' E. The .term Guzerat Is Sometimes Also Employed To Include The Peninsula Of Kattyawar With Its 180 Pretty States. Guzerat Peninsula ...

Gwalior
Gwalior, The Capital Of The State And Fortress Residence Of Tho Maharaja Sindia, In Lat. 26° 13' N., And'iong. 78° 12' E. The Sindia Family Came From A Family Near Satara. The First, 1724, Ranoji Sindia, Was An Officer In The Peshwa's Army. In 1825, Baiza 13ai, Widow Of Dowlas ...

Gymnosopiif
Gymnosopiif Aro Mentioned By The Writers Of The Time Of Alexander's Invasion, As A People Of India Who Practised Austerities For Religion To Quell The Flesh And Its Desire,s. ./elkut Described Them As Living In The Open Air. They Are Yet Daily To Bo Seen In Various Parts Of India, ...

Gynocardia Odorata
Gynocardia Odorata. Lindley. Chaulmoogra Odorata, Roxb. Talien-noe, . . . Bunt. I Petar Ktira, . . Hind. Ta.-fung-tsze, . . Chin. Challimoogra, Hind.,per. This Is A Native Of Sylhet, Is Met With On The Banks Of Streams In The Tounghoo Forests, And Also Throughout India Generally. It Grows To A ...

Gypsum
Gypsum. Shih-kau, Si-li-shih, Of The Chinese, Is A Native Sulphate Of Lime. It Occurs As Selen Ite, Plaster - Of - Paris, Alabaster Or Snowy Gyp Sum, Radiated Gypsum, And Satin Spar Or Fibrous Gypsum. Extensive Beds Of Crystalline And Fibrous Gypsum And Selenite Occur Near Ennore, The Red Hills, ...

Gypsy
Gypsy. They Call Themselves Rom, Romani, Romnna-chal, Or Ritmna-chill, Two Hindi Words, Meaning Field Wal Kers. Their Primi Tive Name Is Raid To Be Tzengari. Gypsies Did Not Leave India Before A.d. 1000. They Entered Europe Through Greece, Were In Crete In 1322, In Corfu In 1346, And In Wallachia ...

Henry John Carter
Carter, Henry John, M.d., A Medical Officer Of The Bombay Army, A Large Contributor To Current Literature In The Tr. Med. Phys. Soc., Bombay, No. 8 ; Medical Gazette, 1839 ; Jour. Bomb. As. Soc. Ann. And Mag. He Wrote On The Prevalence Of Intermittent Fever Among The Troops At ...

Hind
Hind. Punnaga Chettu, . . Tel. This Beautiful Tree, With An Appropriate Name, Grows In The Western Part Of Ceylon, Where It Is Employed For Masts And Cross Sticks Of Yettra Dhonies And Fishing Boats, And Poles Of Bullock Carts. A Cubic Foot Weighs 40 Pounds. In The Alpine Forests ...

Hind Cumbli
Cumbli, Hind., Also Written Kamli, Cumul, And Camal, And Also Called Cameline, Is From The Sanskrit Karnal, A Blanket, And Is A Coarse Woollen Blanket Worn By The Peasantry Of All India, And Sold At Rs. 1fr To 100. Curnblis Are Woven In Almost Every District Of India Of The ...

Hind Ganj
Ganj, Hind., Is A Mart Or Market; A Granary, Especially One Of Grain ; And In Bengal And Hin Dustan Is Applied To Any Village Or Town Which Is An Emporium For Gmin And Other Necessaries Of Life. It Is Used As An Affix To Proper Names, As Islam-ganj, Hurdoa-ganj, ...

Hind Ghazi Pers
Ghazi. Pers., Hind. A Mahomedan Soldier Fighting For His Faith ; A Religious Warrior; One Who Has Slain An Infidel. Properly Speaking, A Man Becomes A Gliazi Only In War Against Unbelievers (kafir), Ruch As Christians, Jews. And Idolaters, As Hinting, Buddhists, Etc. The 'sunni Of Central Asia Consider Shiah ...

Hind Googul
Googul, Hind., Is Met With In All The Bazars Of India. It Much Resembles Myrrh ; And Is Said By Some Good Authorities To Constitute The Bulk Of The Article Exported From Bengal As East Indian Myrrh. Royle Considers The Googul Identical With The B'dellium Of Commerce, And He Ingeniously ...

Hind_2
Hind. Aswaththamu, . . . , Ari-alu, . . . Maleal. Kallaravis, . . . . This Large, Handsome Tree Grows In Most Of The Countries Of The S.e. Of .asia. It Is Frequently To Be.met With Near Pagodas, Houses, And Other Buildings. One At Gyaine, South Behar Is Said ...

Hoar
Hoar. Khanzar, . . . Mesa 1)ook.ar, . . Mina. Baraha, . . . 13exu. Labi-abia, . . Malay. Verrat, Fit. Ilabi-utan, . . Eber, Ger. Varalut, . Huh, Chazir, .1izn, Walura,. . Singh. Jangli Sur, Sur, . Iluco. Verraco, Sr Verro, It Athivi Koku, . . . Tal The ...

Hugh Falconer
Falconer, Hugh, A Bengal Medical Officer, A Distinguished Palmontologist. He Was Born At Pones In 1808, And Went To India In 1829. He Was One Of The First Botanists Who Visited Kashmir And Little Tibet, Kamaon, And The Panjab, Where He Formed Magnificent Collections, Illustrating His Speciinens With Voluminous Notes ...

Hugh Gough
Gough, Hugh, Viscomir, Born In 1779, Was The Son Of George Gough, Esq. Of Woodstown, County Of Limerick, Ireland. He Entered The British Army In 1791, Served At The Capture Of The Cape Of Good Hope And Of Tbe Dutch Fleet In Salclanha Bay, 1795, And Afterwards In The West ...

Iiinua
Iiinua. The Jakun, Orang Bukit, Rayet Ruin, Sakai, Halas, Besisik, And Akkye Are Re Garded By Newbold (ii. 382) Merely As Divisions Of Orang Ihnua, People Of Tho Country. Malays Term Them Orang Utan, Men Of The Forest; Orang Darat Liar, Wild Men Of The Interior; And Ora Ng-ul U, ...

Ja M Es Fergusson
Fergusson, Ja M Es, A Rchitect, C.i. E., D.c.l., Ll.d. F.it.s F.r.g.s. And 31.11.a.s., Was Born At A'yr, In S'eotland, In 1808, And Was For A Short Time A Partner In A Meratntile Firm In Calcutta. During The Years 1836-1842 He Travelled Through India, Investigating The History, Forms, And Architectural ...

Javan Macium
Macium, . . . Javan. Pilli, . . Tam., Tel. The Royal Tiger Is Found Throughout India To The S.f. Boundary Of China. Through The Malay Peninsula, In Java And Sumatra. They Are Nume Rous In The Centre Of The Peninsula Of India, And Very Numerous In Singapore. Full-grown Speci ...

Joseph Francis Dupleix
Dupleix, Joseph Francis, An Eminent French Commander, Who Served In The Peninsula Of India In The Middle Of The 18th Century, And Made Great Efforts To Sustain French Interests There, Against The British. He Oppossed Anwar Ud-din And His Son Muhammad Ali, In Opposition To Major Stringer Lawrence, Who Was ...