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Bareilly

(bərā`lē), city (1991 pop. 617,350), Uttar Pradesh state, N central India, on the Ramganga River. It is a district administrative headquarters, a transportation, and a sugar-refining and cotton-trading center. Founded in 1657, Bareilly was the capital (1707–20) of the Hindu Rohilla kingdom. It was ceded to Great Britain in 1801.

Bareilly

a city in N India, in N central Uttar Pradesh. Pop.: 699 839 (2001)
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Philip followed him across the passage and was shown into a room, small and barely furnished, in which a little, thin man was standing with his back to the fireplace.
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