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Agreement on the part of His Royal Highness the Prince Futtuh-ool-Moolk Shah, commonly called Gholam Fakhroo-deen

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Date
January 27, 1850
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Emperor Bahadur Shah
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National Archives of India,Delhi
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Era
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857
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The Translation and comment by Mirza Firuz Shah:-

Enclosure to 4.

5. Agreement on the part of His Royal Highness the Prince Futtuh-ool-Moolk Shah, commonly called Gholam Fakhroo-deen

.That after His present Majesty should the British Government uphold the house of Timur with the kingly title and the externals of Royalty, such as the Meiji Mura-tih,* etc., and the honorable distinction of salutes on public or state occasions,and should I be acknowledged as the

head, I hereby bind myself to fulfill the following conditions,

1st, to receive on a footing of perfect equality all Governors

2nd, to remove from the Royal Palace at Dehlee and cause the Sullateens residing therein also to vacate, and make over the same to the British Government, and with my immediate family retire to and reside at the Kutub (Khaje Sahib) provided a building suited to my station

 

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