To MOHYÛDDEEN ALI KHÂN, DEWÂN of KURPAH; dated 9th WÂSAAEY. (18th September.)

IT has been represented to us, that you have, in a most rigorous and peremptory manner, required of several of our servants at Kurpah to evacuate houses which they have occupied for years past, and in the erection of which they have expended considerable sums of money. Such improper proceedings are of evil tendency, and directly contrary to our pleasure: you must, therefore, desist from them, nor again require of any of our servants to quit their habitations. Act according to the instructions which have been delivered to you, and do not pursue the suggestions of your own fancy.