Kinnouge, or Canouge, (the old Palimbothra) is
marked in latitude 27 Degrees 3 Minutes, longitude 80
Degrees 13 Minutes. See D'Anville, (Antiquite de l'Inde, p.
60 - 62,) corrected by the local knowledge of Major Rennel
(in his excellent Memoir on his Map of Hindostan, p. 37 -
43: ) 300 jewellers, 30,000 shops for the arreca nut, 60,000
bands of musicians, &c. (Abulfed. Geograph. tab. xv. p. 274.
Dow, vol. i. p. 16,) will allow an ample deduction.
Extra notes by the Rev. H. H. Milman 1782 (Written), 1845 (Revised)
Mr. Wilson (Hindu Drama, vol. iii. p. 12) and Schlegel
(Indische Bibliothek, vol. ii. p. 394) concur in identifying
Palimbothra with the Patalipara of the Indians; the Patna of
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