Fragment of a report
The writer reports on the safety of Gilan province and describes how the city is free of burglars, drunks, and gamblers; notes the kindness of Mahd ‘Ulya toward the recipient of the letter; sends one of the two cushions s/he had made for her/his own wedding with the rest of the items the recipient had requested to be tailored; and states that a hundred leather covers have been made and some of them have been delivered by Sayyid Kazim, and directs that whichever is better be handed over to Mahd ‘Ulya. The writer then talks about the good governance of ‘Abd al-Vahhab’s son despite his young age and describes the state of affairs in Nughan.
- Date 9 May 1870
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- Accessed 9 September 2013
- Last Edited 7 November 2013
- Record no. 1261A13