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THE TERRITORIES UNDER THE GOVERNMENT
AND OF THE
NATIVE STATES ON THE CONTINENT OF INDIA.
COMPILED BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE HON. COURT OF DIRECTORS,
EDWARD THORNTON, ESQ.,
AUTHOB OF THE "HISTORY OF Tit BRITISH EMPIRE IN INDIA."
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
7, LEADENHALL STREET.
OOJAL.—A river of Kattywar, rising in lat. 21° 31, long. 70° 51', and flowing in a circuitous, but generally westerly direction, for 75 miles, falls into the Bhader river, near the town of Nurvee Bunder, in lat. 21° 27', long. 69° 59'.
OOJEANEE,1 in the British district of Etawah, lieu- 'E.i.c. Mi Doc. tenant-governorship of the North-West Provinces, a town on the route from Calpee to the cantonment of Etawa, and 172 3 Garden, Tibiei miles S.E. of the latter. The road in this part of the route is of Route"'Mindifferent, the country level and cultivated. Lat. 26° 38', long. 79° 17'.
OOJEIN,1 * in the territory of Q-walior, or possessions of the 1 K.I.C. M». Doc. Scindia family, a city on the right bank of the river Seepra. It2 ■ Ai. R*».ti. as— is of oblong outline, six miles in circumference, surrounded by 0fJourney from a stone wall with round towers. Though there is some waste A*n to 0uJelnground within this inclosure, much the greater part is densely populated. The houses, which are much crowded together, are some of brick, some of wood; but in the construction of the former, a frame-work of wood is first made, and the intervals then filled up with bricks. They are covered either with tiles or lime terraces. The principal bazar is a spacious street, with houses of two stories; the lower of which is built of stone, and, occupied by shops; the upper, of brick or wood, furnishes the habitation of the owner and his family. There are four Uq.
• At. Ret. r. 185.
* TJjjen of Tassin; Ujjayani of Wilson ;' Aojin of Jai Singh f Ujjain of \ °ic^ co1- *1
Shakespear ;* Oojein of Briggs's Index; Owjain of Ajeen Akbery ;4 Oojein s Mem. of Ameer
i'f Busawun Lai ;5 Ujain and Ujjayana of Prinsep9 (James): Ougein of Klwn, 57.
6 India Tablet, li. 10S, 106.