Their invasions dreadful, ib.Tavernier, his account of the diamond mines of Golconda and Visiapour, 73.
So we decided to go back to the Golconda and have some dinner first.
This other one, from the mines of Golconda, weighs three and a half carats and is worth over seventy thousand.
To adorn itself like this, in what Golconda does the insect gather its gems?
But these are gems of Golconda, which I wish you to realise and expend for his service.
Golconda: a place near Hyderabad, India, noted for its diamonds.
You may 'a' heerd I bought Golconda a few weeks ago, an' I'm goin' t' mine there this season.
The Persians have a strange story of the Golconda diamond mines.
But come, don't be downhearted; there's a little more gold yet in Golconda; I have a guinea or two left.
You can't repay such a friend—all the mines of Golconda couldn't do it!