To EHSÂNÛLLAH KHÂN; dated from PUTN, the 23d YOOSÛFY.
(29th January.)

WHATEVER gold, silver, horses, bullocks, &c. the late Kâdir Aghâ may have died possessed of, the whole is to be delivered over to the Kilaadâr and Umldâr, from whom you will take receipts for the same. You did right, in placing the slave of the deceased in the corps of [or among] the Usud-Ilhyes.


The character of this order cannot be determined, on account of our ignorance of the particular situation of Kâdir Âghâ, who might possibly have been a public defaulter, or have died childless.