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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 125 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JAHANABAD, a town of British India in Gaya district, Bengal, situated on a branch of the East Indian railway. Pop. (1901), 7018. It was once a flourishing trading town, and in 1760 it formed one of the eight branches of the East India Company's central factory at Patna. Since the introduction of Manchester goods, the trade of the town in cotton cloth has almost entirely ceased; but large numbers of the Jolaha or Mahommedan weaver caste live in the neighbourhood.
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JAGUARONDI, or YAGUARONDI (Fells jaguarondi)
JAHANGIR, or JEHANGIR (1569-1627)

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