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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 412 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JHABUA, a native state of Central India, in the Bhopawar agency. Area, with the dependency of Rutanmal, 1336 sq. m. ' See Allg. musik. Ztg. (Leipzig, 1816), p. 5o6, and Beilage 5, where the construction of the instruments is described and illustrated and the system of notation shown in various pieces of music. 2 According to another tradition Naboth lived at Samaria (xxi. r [LXX.], 18 seq.; cf. xxii. 38). A similar confusion regarding the king's home appears in 2 Kings x. 11 compared with an. 1, 17. Pop. (1901), 80,889. More than half the inhabitants belong to the aboriginal Bhils. Estimated revenue, £700o; tribute, i000. Manganese and opium are exported. The chief, whose title is raja, is a Rajput of the Rathor clan, descended from a branch of the Jodhpur family. Raja Udai Singh was invested in 1898 with the powers of administration. The town of JHABUA (pop. 3354) stands on the bank of a lake, and is surrounded by a mud wall. A dispensary and a guest-house were constructed to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897.
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