1704. LETTER VII*.

Eldest son of sovereignty, I have despatched Mūna’am Khán* to you so that he may deliver my message soon to you. I am not conscious of myself. (I do not know) who I am and where I go and what will happen to this sinner, full of sins. Now I will say good bye to every one in this world and will entrust every one to the care of God. My famous and auspicious sons should not quarrel among themselves and allow a general massacre of the people who are the servants of God (after my death)*. May God, the changer of hearts, make His grace for the protection of the people who are His deposits (in this world) and His wonderful creatures, the light for the path of the kings (i.e. may God make the kings protect their subjects)*.