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THE

DISPATCHES

OF

FIELD MARSHAL

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G.

DURING HIS VARIOUS CAMPAIGNS

IN

INDIA, DENMARK, PORTUGAL, SPAIN, THE LOW

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LONDON!

PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES,

Duke Street, Lambeth.

Explanation of Indian Terms, Titles, and Countries, which

occur in the Second and Third Volumes of this work, in addition to those specified at the Commencement of the First Volume.

BAJARY. Millet.
Bandy. A cart or gig.
Batta. Field allowance to the

army, in money. CAMAVISDAR. A native revenue

collector in Guzerat. Chinna. A sort of grain. COULTHEE. A grain for horses. CowlNAMAH. An agreement in

writing; a proclamation. DESHMOOK. An officer in the

Deccan, receiving ten per cent. upon the clear revenue of the

MATROSS. A bombardier.
MEER Suddoor. One of the great

officers of Tippoo's government;
his particular charge was the

forts.
MUCcudum of Brinjarries. Con-

ductor.
MUTULUK. Deputy.

NERRICK. Price current of the

market.

Paddy. Rice in the husk.
PATEL, or Potall. The heredi-

tary head manager of a village,
and the medium of communica-
tion between a village and a go-
vernment.

district.
Doll. A yellow pulse or pea.
DURRAH of Horse. Corps of.
Fanam. A coin, 45 to a pagoda,

Madras currency-2d. to 23d.
each.

a gold, 3} to a rupee. Silver and gold coins of the same denomination are generally

of the value of 15 to 1. GARCE. A measure containing

4800 pucca seers, each seer two

pounds. GHEE. A kind of butter made

of buffalo's milk. GHURRY. A gong or bell upon

which the hour is struck; also a

wall flanked by towers. GOMASTAH, of Brinjarries. Agent

or commissioner. KURCH, Durbar. Court charges.

RAHDARRY an order of route and

supplies. RUSSALLAH of Horse. A divi.

sion or corps of; less than a
Durrah.

SHEKAR. A hunt.
SIRCAR. See Circar.
SIRDESHMOOK. See Deshmook.
SIRLUSHKUR. One of the prin-

cipal officers of state under the

Peshwah.
SIRSOUBAH. An officer under the

Soubah.
SUNGUM. Literally, the conflu-

ence of two rivers. As the Bri-
tish Residency at Poonah was
situated at such a position, the
Sungum means the Residency.

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