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" Frontier of Bengal ; and yet, in a commercial, a statistical, or a political point of view, no country is more important. There our territory of Assam is situated in almost immediate contact with the empires of China and Ava, being separated from each... "
Topography of Assam - Page 132
by John M'Cosh - 1837 - 166 pages
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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 5

Asia - 1836
...of India, any facts concerning such districts will, I hope, prove not uninteresting to the public. Few nations bordering upon the British dominions in...Ava, being separated from each by a narrow belt of mountainous country, possessed by barbarous tribes of independent savages, and capable of being crossed...
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The Calcutta Christian Observer, Volume 5

Baptists - 1836
...arises from its proximity to CHINA and THIBET. " The territory of Asam" (we again quote Dr. McCosh) " is situated in almost immediate contact with the empires of China and Avá, being sepa. rated from each by a narrow belt of mountainous country, possessed by barbarous tribes...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 96

Arthur William Alsager Pollock - Military art and science - 1861
...in India are less generally known than those inhabiting the extreme north-east frontier of Bengal. There our territory of Assam is situated in almost immediate contact with the confines of China and Ava, being separated from each by a narrow belt of mountainous country, possessed...
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