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Bo north, by Tartary; east, by China and the Chinese Sea; fouth, by the Indian Ocean; west, by the same ocean and Persia; length 4cco miles, breadth 2:00.
Chief towns.] The capital cities of the Mogul’s empire, are Agra and Delhi. . . . . . Air, soil, and productions.] In the northern parts of India the air is temcrate; but very hot in the southern. The heats, however, are moderated i. refreshing breezes from the sea, and from the rains that fall continually srom the end of June to the end of Očlober. Some part of India, especially in the northern provinces of the Mogul’s empire, are sandy, mourtainous, and barren ; but in general the soil is fertile, producing plentyof corn, and the finest fruits. It is well watered with rivers, the chief are the Ganges and Indus. Their commodities are filks, cottons, callicoes, musins, fattins, taffeties, carpets, gold, filver, diamonds, pearls, - “... " - porcelain,