give an account of his journey from Bengal to England in
P. 291-I must mention to you that we brought from baku five Hindoos; two of them were merchants of multan, and three were mendicants: a father, his son and a SanyaSee. The last was a hale spirited young man, who, impelled an equal alertness in mind and body, blended also with a strong tincture of fanaticism was making, it may be termed, the tour of the world; for he did not seem to hold it a matter of much concern wither his course was directed, provided he was in motion.
The Hindoos at baku had Supplied his little wants, and recommended him to their agents in Russia, whence, he said, he would like to proceed with me to England. The Multanee Hindoos were going to Aastrakhan on a commercial adventure merely.
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The city of Aastrakhan is supposed to contain... Nagayan Tartars (the ancient people of the country) and... a small Society of Hindoos. In this city, which occupies a mediate situation between Asia & Europe, there is perhaps a more diversified assemblage of nations than on any other spot on the globe and a more liberal display of toleration. You see the... churches mingled with the Mahomedan mosque and Hindoo pagoda... The Hindoos also enjoy at Aastrakhan very fair indulgence. After Accumulation certain property