125,000, in 1720.
The Koh-i-noor was found in 1550.
It belonged in turn to Shah Jehan, AurungZebe, Nadir Shah, the Afghans, Runjeet-Singh, and Queen Victoria, 1850.
It originally weighed 800 carats, was cut down to 289 carats by an unskilful Italian, and then to 102 1/4 carats to perfect its shape.
Pliny speaks of adamant as the hardest of all materials, and it may mean the uncut diamond.
We do not know that diamond-cutting was practiced, and it is not certain that diamonaxis, and reflects the image to a smaller concave speculum placed in the axis of the tube at a distance from the larger speculum.
The image is viewed through an eye-piece in the aperture of the objectspeculum.
（Italian grenado.) A small shell weighing about two pounds, and thrown by hand.
It is said to have been first used at the siege of Wacklindonck, near Gueldres.
The right company of each battalion was formerly composed of the taller men armed with hand-