To BÛRHÂNÛDDEEN; dated 2d AHMEDY, Year DULLO.* (7th April.)

YOUR encamping at Misrycotah, as well as your dispatching of the Kâzy of Tûrkul to the Presence, was proper. According to your request, Purwânehs are enclosed for the Aumils of the several Taalûks, as like­wise for the [different] Kilaadârs, directing them to furnish you [con­stantly] with intelligence of the enemy’s [motions].

Let loose the marauding horse, and other predatory troops [with you], upon the enemy’s army, with orders to capture and bring in [to your camp] horses without number.* Take care [at the same time] of your own army, and be always prepared [or on your guard].