I Noorullah, the insignificant slave of your palace, humbly represent at the place of addressing the servants of the tribu­nal of magnificence and splendor, of the good, dignified, emi­nent, exalted and princely Nabob, that having caused Shahbaz Khan the Afghan, to expect your favor and assistance I have entertained him. I have repeatedly solicited on his account, but as yet nothing has been done for him; being therefore greatly distressed, he can endure it no longer. From my attention to your highness I am hopeful that out of your generosity, orders will be given to the Diwans to settle his business, and to detach him along with me, for he is a manly, clever young man. By doing this the least of your slaves will be honored. What can I say more?