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" An extensive and valuable commerce is also maintained in their country, which has been extended to distant quarters of India, particularly to the provinces of Bengal and Behar, where many Siek merchants of opulence at this time reside. "
A Journey from Bengal to England, Through the Northern Part of India ... - Page 327
by George Forster - 1808 - 361 pages
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A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of ..., Volumes 1-2

George Forster - Afghanistan - 1798 - 297 pages
...extenfive and valuable commerce is alfb maintained in their country, which has been extended to diftant quarters of India ; particularly to the provinces...where many Sicque merchants of opulence at this time refide. The Omichund who took fo active, though unfortunate, a fhare in the revolution, which the Englifh...
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The Monthly Epitome, Volume 2

Great Britain - 1799
...extenfive and valuable commerce is alio maintained in their country, which has been extended to diftant quarters of India; particularly to the provinces of...where many Sicque merchants of opulence at this time refide. The Omi, chund, who took fo active, though unfortunate a (bare in the revolution which the...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1803
...ninetyfive thousand rupees; and we are naturally led to suppose, from the industrious skill of the Sieks in the various branches of cultivation, that no great...decrease of that amount can have taken place since the Panjab has fallen into their possession.' p. 10. * The discordant interests which agitate the Siek...
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The Asiatic Annual Register; Or, A View of the History of Hindustan,: And of ...

Biographies, English - 1803
...extenfivc and valuable commerce is alfa maintained in their country, which has been extended to diftant quarters of India, particularly to the provinces of Bengal and Bahar, where many Siek merchants of opulence at this time refide. The Omichund, who took fo active, though unfortunate,...
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