To BÛRHÂNÛDDEEN; dated 1st BYÂZY. (7th March.)

INTELLIGENCE has reached us, stating, that Holkar, the Guyckwâr, and other forces of the enemy, to the number of thirty thousand horse, have set out, with an intention of falling upon* that light of our eyes.

It also appears, that the Vakeels of the Sorapoor man, as well as those of the Zemindârs of Gunjunghur, and other dependencies of the Sircar, who waited on the worthless* commander of the enemy, and opened negociations with him, have met with an encouraging reception, and been directed to join the enemy’s army with their respective troops. This is written to that light of our eyes, by way of precaution [or, to put you on your guard].