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fliigurry, and Meer Autushy, of the Carnatic Payen Gaut, and Balagaut countries, from the banks of the river Kistna, towards Pulnaur, to the boundaries of Bombay (including the Malavar country) together with the whole of the forts, jaghiredars, zemindars, pollygars, killedars, iniamdars, rozeenedars, &c. belonging thereunto, have been conferred, by way of iniam, ultumgau, whole and entire, without the participation of any one, upon Omdetul Omrah, Meyen ul Mulck, Assedul Dowla Hussein, Ally Cawn Behauder, Zoolphcaur Jnng; you therefore, our sons, brothers, officers, and mutesuddees, of the nizamship of the Decan, and mootecophils of our affairs, both new and old, at present and to come,agreeable to the above firmaund, and this saned, exert yourselves in the strengthening of this business, for ever and ever, delivering up the said countries from generation to generation, and esteeming him as exempt and free from all displacing and removal, also acquitted and discharged from the whole of the demands of the dewanny, &c. give him no trouble or molestation whatever, either lor the soubahdarry or fougdarry pifhcafh, or any other charges or expences.
Look upon this as an order, and by no means act in any thing contrary to what is herein expressed, nor require a new saned every year.
'Translation of a Saned, under the Soubah's Seal, dated the lift of the Moon Shevaul, Hegyra 1181, equal to the nth of March 1768.
B E it known to the deesmokees, deespondees, husbandmen and inhabitants of the district of Sundacope, belonging to the soubahship of Viziapoor, that the said district, agreeable to what ^desired in the zimir, or back of the saned, has been assigned over as an ultumgau, to Siphi ul Mulck, Unwur ud Dowla, Mahomed
med Unwur, Cawn Behauder, Husiein Jung; you will therefore live in true and just obedience to the amuldar of the said Siphi ul Mulck, and pay the proper revenues at the fixed and stated times.
Look upon this as an order, and act agreeable thereto.
Translation of the Zimir, containing a Petition, which is supposed to be presented by the Mutefuddees, and to have been signed by the Soubah, signifying his Consent thereto.
THE form of the petition runs thus :—The vackeel of Wolau Jau, Ummer ul Hinde, begs that the district of Sundacope, whole and entire, may be conferred upon Siphi ul Mulck, Unwur ud Dowla, Mahomed Unwur, Cawn Behauder, Hussein Jung, by way of ultumgau, and that a saned for the same may be made out, and signed by your highness; respecting this we wait your orders.
The saned for the purgunnah of Imungundala (belonging to the circar of Chunpoora) to Hussein ul Mulck, Hemaud ud Dowla, Mahomed Abdulla, Cawn Behauder, Heyabber Jung, runs the same as the former saned, excepting the term whole being inserted therein; the date thereof is likewise the same as the other.
Translation of a Saned, under the Seal of the Soubaht dated the lift of the Moon Shevaul, Hegyra 1181, equal to the nth of March 1768.
B E it known to the deesinokees, deelpondees, husbandmen and inhabitants of the purgunnah of Hewalee, Hydrabad, Sec. circar of Mahomednegur, of the soubahship of Hydrabad, that the village of Cutkasera,
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belonging to the above purgunnah, in the manner as is expressed on the back of this saned, has been assigned over, by way of ultumgau, to Ummer ul Hinde, Wolau Jau, in order to defray the expences of his sather's tomb; you will therefore live in perfect and true obedience to the aumildars of the said Wolau Jau, paying them the proper revenues, at the fixed and stated times.
Look upon this as an order, and obey it accordingly.
In the zimir, at the back of the saned, containing the suppofed petition, the village of Cutkasera, &c. is mentioned.
Translation of a Discharge, under the Soubah's Seal, dated the list of the Moon Shevaul, Hegyra 1181, equal to the nth of March 1768.
T O the high in rank and station, our dear brother, Wolau Jau, Ummeer ul Hinde: from the time that your sather Anneverdeen, Cawn Behauder, the martyr, held from the samily of Ausuphea, the soubahship of the Carnatic, and the Siccacole, Rajahmundry, &c. circars (belonging to the soubahlhip of Ferkunde, Booncaud, Hydrabad) to the time of his martyrdom, and from thence, during your time, till the present instant, and the date of this discharge, all accounts and demands of the circar have been settled and forgiven, every pice and every cash; and there remains now, under no pretence whatever, either to myself, my children, or brothers, as well for past, present, or suture, any demands, either upon you, your children, or heirs, on account of the soubahdarry cr fougdarry pishcash, or the dewanny bockshegurry, meer autushy, &c. charges; in proof of which, I have written this paper by way of discharge, that it may hereaster appear.
Translation of a Saned, under the Soubah's Seal, dated the 1 1st of the Moon Shevaul, Hegyra 1181, equal to the nth 0/March 1768.
IN these times, the killedarship of the fort of Chunpoora (belonging to the circar of that name, and dependent upon the soubahship of Hydrabad) together with the jaghire annexed thereto, and the troops belonging thereto, exempt from all choute, agreeable to what is mentioned in the zimir, or back of this saned, has been given and conferred, by way of ultumgau, to Nusseer ul Mulck, Intzain ud Dowla, Mahomed Sullautbut Cawn Behauder, Nusseer Jung, that he, the said Nusseer ul Mulck, may not deviate in the least in the proper care and attention thereto, either in the surnishing or charging of provisions, or regulating the troops, according to the established custom; you therefore, the zemindars and deesmokees, esteeming the said Nusseer ul Mulck as invested with absolute powers in the killedarship, pay him the proper revenues, at the fixed and stated times, and look upon him as entitled to the usual perquisites and advantages of the said fort.
Esteem this as an order, and obey it accordingly.
On the back of the saned is the petition, reciting the contents of the. saned.
The saned of the killedarship of the fort of Colaur (belonging to the soubahship of Viziapoor) to Muddaur ul Mulck, Roshun ud Dowla, Hauphiz Mahomed, Munuowur Cawn Behauder, Behauder Jung, runs the same as that for the fort of Chunpoora (excepting that the whole of the jaghire is mentioned in this) the date is also the same as the other.
The whole of the saneds are endorsed by the mutesuddees of the dewanny Mustouphy, and Huzoor offices, and copies of all have been registered in their books.
R C O T.
1763. fTT\HE grant from the Nabob to the 16 Oct. X East India company of the seven niagars situated in the Payen Gaut. E. Ind. Treat. p. 5.
1765. The grant from the Nabob to the East 28 Aug. India company, confirming and enlarging the grant of 1763.
E. Ind. Treat. p. 30.
1779. The treaty of friendship and alliance, be- 27 April. tween the Nabob and the East India corncompany.
E. Ind. Treat. p. 265.
1787. The treaty between the Nabob and Sir February. Archibald Campbell, on behalf of the East India company.
[The following is printed from an authentic copy.]
the Treaty of perpetual Friendship, Alliance, and Security, concluded between the Honourable Major General Sir Archibald Campbell, Knight of the Bath, President and Governor of Fort St. George, and the Council thereof, on the Part of the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies, and his Highness the Nabob Wallaujau, Omdit ul Mulk, Unmeer ul Hind, Asoph Dowla, Anewerdeen, Cawn Behauder, Zupher Jung, Sippa Salar, Saubadar of the Carnatic, on Behalf of himself, his Heirs and Successors.