THIS biographical account of famous Asiatic ministers is by the same author, Khondamír, and may fairly claim a place among the General Histories. There is a later and shorter work on the same subject, by Sadru-d dín Muhammad, son of Zabardast Khán, written in India, in Muhammad Sháh's reign, under the name of Irshádu-l Wuzrá. The latter contains notices of the wazírs of India, which are not included in the former, but it is very brief. Both works are to be found in the Farah-bakhsh Library at Lucknow.* The Dastúru-l Wuzrá is not an uncommon work in India. The copy used is a 4to. volume, containing 234 pages of 19 lines each.