- a former spelling of Cirebon
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Examples from the Web for cheribon
The palaces of the old sultans of Cheribon are less extensive than those of Surakarta and Jokjakarta.
The subdivision of the province of Cheribon, called Gabang, yields rice of fine white grain, equal to that of Carolina.
The residencies of Cheribon, Baglen and Madura, are those in which the crop succeeds best.
The company maintains a fort at Cheribon, with a garrison of sixty men, and has an excellent factory.
I asked him at last whether he thought that I should be detained or be otherwise inconvenienced by the commandant at Cheribon.James Braithwaite, the Supercargo