M 0Mt tiiiiiiii UXIVERSn V OK TORONTO LIBRARY WILLIAM H. Mvered three actions in the field aj^ainst each other, where the three yount^cst left their lives, and therewith the Realm, to the eldest and lawful, and to the Christians must benign Prince.
DOXNER COLLECTION purchased from a gift hij THE DONNER CANADIAN FOUNDATION JOURNAL of the PANJAB HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Emperor's army consisted of twenty thousand Horse and thirty thousand Foot-soldiers.
the other nohles of the Realm followed, out of love of this Prince, for his amiahle and sociahle temper.
notwithstanding that the Emir ul Armerau, Suilficaan Chaji. with nine laks of gold rupees and with all his Jewels, a generous example whicii almost al!
Prince Djehaan Sjah on March 17th and forced to risk a very uncertain and terrible battle. ami would liave detcattul that i'rii UH- (.•iiiii)U'ti'l\ . arul had tlic i^ood fortune to xantjuish i Vinee Mahhniud .
Company great expense and that too, without the least Guarantee for their affairs, even if he, as being the most wished for, should itjiiain upon the throne. Ketelaar, this was added to them that on March 3rd the eldest Prince sent a Firman or command in writing, ordering him with all his people i Rafi-ush-shan. The Lord Ambassador took council on the matter with his Deputits. IK' had two sons of wdiich one was ton a;i(l the other seven years old. The third son of Shah Aalcni, was Rcfiel Sjah.' lie was forty years arcl three months old. Sjah Aalem Bhadur died thus, after having reigned five years minus eight days, on the 28th February A.
He also provided himself with two hundred Natives to be in the better state of resistance. Thus was much time lost for nothing, which also caused the Hon. 23 to join His Highness, and help against his Brother.