[THIS is a small anonymous work extending from the death of Aurangzeb to the accession of Muhammad Sháh, written, as the author states, forty years after the death of Aurangzeb, and therefore in 1747 A.D. As its title indicates, Bahádur Sháh is its leading subject, and the history of the reign of that monarch takes up about half the volume. It is written in a prolix tedious style. The reign of Bahádur Sháh was trans­lated for Sir H. M. Elliot by “Lt. Anderson, 25th Native Infantry,” but there is very little in it which has not been told far better elsewhere. A few short Extracts follow. There are two copies of the work among the MSS. One is a small 8vo. of 138 pages of nine lines each.]