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Minute hij the Hon'ble Major-General Sir J. H. Liitler,G. G. B.,—dated 4th April 1830.

April 4, 1830
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National Archives of India,Delhi
Akbar Shah II 1806–1837
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Minute hij the Hou’ble Major-General Sir J. H. Liitler


G. G. B., —dated 4th April 1830. The withdrawal of the title of Sovereignty from the Head of the House of Timoor is a question of importance. The measure, however, may, I conceive, be safely adopted at future period, when matters are more settled in the Upper provinces ; for whenever it does take place, it wiU in all probability create a sensation throughout the country, particularly amongst tlie Maliomeclan portion o£ the population. I considerit therefore advisable to forego the intention for the present. The rightful successor to the Sovereign now enjoying the title is the heir by Mahomedan Latv, that is the next would evidently be inexpedient to aecede to His Majesty’s wish regarding younger child. On the demise of His Majestjg the heir and family maybe prevailed upon to take up ti.eir residence in the Kootul)Palace, suitably prepared for their reception, but I much doubt if they will assent to the arrangement ; if they to tpiit the Palace they now occupy, I do not think it would be wise or prudent to compel them to do so under existing circum- stances. The measure proposed by His Lordship for abolishinexemption from judicial process, excepting the Prince and his family, appears to me desirable.

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