See also:tract in S . India, forming
See also:part of
See also:Madras . It consists of a table-
See also:land amid the W . Ghats, 6o m. long by 30 M. broad, with an
See also:elevation of 3000 ft.; pop . (1901) 75,149 . It is best known as the district where a large amount of
See also:British capital was sunk during the
See also:decade 1876—1886 in gold mines . It had yet earlier been a
See also:coffee-planting district, but this
See also:industry has recently declined .
See also:Tea, pepper and cardamoms are produced in increasing quantities . There are also valuable
See also:forest reserves .
WYMONDHAM (pronounced Windham)
SIR CHARLES WYNDHAM (1837— )
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