ZEEHAN, a town of Montagu county, Tasmania, 225 m. direct N.W. of Hobart, on the Little Henty river. Pop. (1901) 5014. It is an important railway centre, and from it radiate lines to Strahan, its port on the Macquarie Harbour, to Dundas, to Williamsford, and to Burnie, where connexion is made to 4 Hadrach, i.e. the Assyrian Hatarika, apparently denotes a district S. of Hamath (between Palmyra and the Mediterranean).
6 Wellhausen, Sketch of the History of Israel and Judah, pp. 137, 139- Launceston and Hobart. Th% town is lighted by electricity and has an academy of music and a state-aided school of mines. It is the principal centre of the silver-lead mining district, and has large smelting works.
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