NIZAM'S DOMINIONS, THE


NIZAM'S DOMINIONS, THE
   or HYDERABAD
   (11,537), in the heart of the Deccan, situated between the Central Provinces and the Presidency of Madras; it is highly fertile, and the largest of the native States in India.
   See HYDERABAD.

The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. . 1907.

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