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Bouroudjird, a Persian town, in the province of Irak-Adjemy, and capital of the government of the same name, on the road from Hamadan to Ispahan, and about 170 miles N.W. of the latter. It is well situated in a fertile plain, and watered by a river bordered by great trees. The town has a manufacture of coarse cotton goods, and the land around is well cultivated. Saffron is grown; there are mulberry trees for the silkworms, and cotton, maize, sugar-cane, and potatoes are cultivated.