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6. 8-7. 3 be aD I hftve to mj abovi India ; the rest be p«t eiide fer nj IndleB Hirtorj, VIL At fer tbe BetiMid by the Mrtbon wboan I ekieiy H; MreMiIoiTMlfflMke vMtMV hM peseipi wee bfli|^eil by boeti»* ee tae HBliport by Xereee ead tbe Betpetm d kHf by Deieiw,* er vbetbcr e eealhMnee brW%e wee baOl — •erom the itrfeei the bfld^hv I ea iselteed to the Idee tbet fffvev ^ ^ "^ ^ ^^^t >*iM ^^P^ ^^ edHtt ev e svUHMf sef eevu ee rfc bete been eei^pleted fai to mile Agete, If the tlreeM wee bH4ged with te wcte HHhed toigethef by fPDWB ttoC te eider ead eo imMd the bridge, ef HeieeraeMM eeye thel the post wee bridged ; or In the wey In which the bridge li OMide on the bter, ead ea the Cehie end hi whkh they bridged the Bephfell —dT%rie, ee eilen ee they were obeiged te do eo-^'^Ue too I eennol eey.

6. 8-7. 3 be aD I hftve to mj abovi India ; the rest be p«t eiide fer nj IndleB Hirtorj, VIL At fer tbe BetiMid by the Mrtbon wboan I ekieiy H; MreMiIoiTMlfflMke vMtMV hM peseipi wee bfli|^eil by boeti»* ee tae HBliport by Xereee ead tbe Betpetm d kHf by Deieiw,* er vbetbcr e eealhMnee brW%e wee baOl — •erom the itrfeei the bfld^hv I ea iselteed to the Idee tbet fffvev ^ ^ "^ ^ ^^^t >*iM ^^P^ ^^ edHtt ev e svUHMf sef eevu ee rfc bete been eei^pleted fai to mile Agete, If the tlreeM wee bH4ged with te wcte HHhed toigethef by fPDWB ttoC te eider ead eo imMd the bridge, ef HeieeraeMM eeye thel the post wee bridged ; or In the wey In which the bridge li OMide on the bter, ead ea the Cehie end hi whkh they bridged the Bephfell —dT%rie, ee eilen ee they were obeiged te do eo-^'^Ue too I eennol eey.

V. 6. ^ the ktaf of the Indians; the mallest fMurt, that howided by the Euphrates, looki towanM oor tnl a iid S6n« The other two parts lie between the Euphrates and the Indus, and these two put together ean hardl j be compared with the territory of India. India itself both east and west, right down to the sotttht it boonded by the Great Sea ; iU northern part to bowidcJ by Moont Cancasns till iU junction with Moont Tanms then tn the wcil, and the north-vett wlod, as far as the Great See, the IndM hnm Its bondary.

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