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An account of the Ganges and Burrampooter rivers

James Rennell

An account of the Ganges and Burrampooter rivers

By James Rennell, ... Read at the Royal Society, January 25, 1780.

by James Rennell

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Published by printed by J. Nichols (successor to Mr. Bowyer) in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1983. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 854, no. 4).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 854, no. 4.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination30p.,plate
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16904283M

13 Rennell, James () “Account of the Ganges and Burrampooter Rivers”. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. pp 87– 14 The Gentleman’s Magazine in (mis)states that “Mr. T’s account was first published in vol. I of the Asiatic Miscellany, In fact, it first appeared as Turner, Samuel () “Copy of an Account given. A Hindu woman bathes in the waters of the Ganges is dressed in a cotton sari and her forehead is adorned with the traditional Hindu markings, the bindi and sindoor. For the 80% of.

  Similarly, the book displays a highly curated set of representations that may resonate with the many audiences of the book. The Ganges Basin is . The Ganges River Basin: status and challenges in water, environment and livelihoods / edited by Luna Bh The Ganges waters dispute / B.M. Abbas A.T; Ganges water machine: designing new India's ancient river / Anthony Acciavatti ; editing by Aleksandr B An account of the Ganges and Burrampooter Rivers [electronic resource].

The upper reaches of the Brahmaputra River, known as the Yarlung Tsangpo from the Tibetan language, originates on the Angsi Glacier, near Mount Kailash, located on the northern side of the Himalayas in Burang County of source of the river was earlier thought to be on the Chemayungdung glacier, which covers the slopes of the Himalayas about 97 km (60 mi) southeast of Lake Manasarovar. Title: An Account of the Ganges and Burrampooter Rivers. By James Rennell, Esq. F. R. S.; Communicated by Joseph Banks, Esq. P. R. S. Created Date.


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The Ganges and Burrampooter Rivers, together with their numerous branches and adjuncts, intersect the country of Bengal in such a variety of directions, as to form the most compleat and easy inland navigation that can be con­ceived.

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To which is added, an Appendix, containing an Account of the Ganges and Burrampooter Rivers. London Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the Author. The Third Edition 4to, pp.[iii], cxl, [i],5 maps, 4 folding. Bound in contemporary calf, spine rubbed and starting to split. Stains to margins of two maps.

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by: Pennant, Thomas, The two great rivers, the Ganges and Burrampooter, rise in Thibet, from the opposite ridges of the same hills, separate from each other to the distance of miles, and, after a winding course of miles, again meet in one point near the gulf of Bengal.

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To Which Is Added, An Appendix, containing an Account of the Ganges and Burrampooter Rivers. The book begins a little slowly in the upper tributaries of the Ganges, but is well worth following the narrators downriver as they meet and come ot understand a wide variety of rural people living along the banks of the Ganges.

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