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Chandernagore

[ chuhn-der-nuh-gawr, -gohr ]

noun

  1. a port in S West Bengal, in E India, on the Hugli River: a former French dependency.


Chandernagore

/ ˌtʃʌndənəˈɡɔː /

noun

  1. a port in E India, in S West Bengal on the Hooghly River: a former French settlement (1686–1950). Pop: 162 166 (2001)


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The Chandernagore proceeded on her voyage, and Port Breton was reached at last.

"Sure 'tis a most pleasant engaging young man," said Mrs. Merriman, as her boat dropped down the river towards Chandernagore.

The men just succeeded in reaching the ghat, on the left bank of the river about a mile below Chandernagore, before the boat sank.

The boat coming to a ghat below Chandernagore, the serang ordered the men to pull in, and tied up for the night.

Clive reached Chandernagore on the 12th, and probably heard on that day or the next from Calcutta.

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