Anthology of 3 Persian texts, primarily on the Mughal Empire
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Shah Alam II 1759–1806
Muhammad Bahadur Shah II
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[Anthology of 3 Persian texts, primarily on the Mughal Empire.]
Muhammad Bahadur Shah II, King of Delhi, 1775-1862.
Akbar, Emperor of Hindustan, 1542-1605.
Abū al-Faz̤l ibn Mubārak, 1551-1602.
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- Muhammad Bahadur Shah--II,--King of Delhi,--1775-1862.--Correspondence
- Akbar,--Emperor of Hindustan,--1542-1605.--Correspondence
- Abū al-Faz̤l ibn Mubārak,--1551-1602.--Correspondence
- Manuscripts, Persian--Washington (D.C.)
- Title supplied by cataloger.
- Scribes not identified.
- Written in India.
- Paper; coarse, cream color laid paper with no visible chain lines or watermarks; black ink with rubrication on some texts; catchwords.
- Work contiains: . A collection of letters and notes by Muhammad Bahadur Shah II, King of Delhi, 1775-1862 (dated 1855) -- . Unidentified historical treatise (undated) -- . One leaf numbered leaf 20 from an unidentified work -- . Daftar-i avval from the Mukātabāt-i ʻAllāmī by Akbar, Emperor of Hindustan, 1542-1605 (dated 1257 [1841 or 1842]).
- Nastaʻliq; various lines in written areas of varying size.
- Fol. 1a-39a, 1a-117b, 1 leaf, fol. 1b-125a.
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