You should write Mūkarab Khán*, who has been appointed to take Barnálá*, according to (my) order, to arrest the ‘Zamindár’* of that place. You should write him earnestly to go immediately to attack the Landlord at the time when the proud Landlord has gone alone from Ráhbari* to the fortress of Khalneh* in order to quarrel with the tribe of Bargi. Most probably the Khán will be able to arrest the ‘Zamindár*’ and will take revenge upon the misleader and oppressor of the Mohemadans (i.e., the Landlord). May God forgive us. What can the Khán do? God does what he does; and it is God Who punishes men for their deeds.