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Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 986 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CALEDON (I) a town of the Cape Province, 81 m. by rail E.S.E. of Cape Town. Pop. (1904) 3508. The town is 15 M. N. of the sea at Walker Bay and is built on a spur of the Zwartberg, Soo ft. high. The streets are lined with blue gums and oaks. From the early day of Dutch settlement at the Cape Caledon has been noted for the curative value of its mineral
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CALEB (Heb. keleb, " dog ")

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