Letter of ultimatum
The writer explains how at first s/he had requested Nasir al-Mulk’s help in solving this problem. After not getting an answer, in the absence of Ziya’ al-Mulk, the writer is giving an ultimatum to the recipient warning that s/he will go to the Premier’s house, talk to Mahd ‘Ulya, hold a sit-in, or stop the Premier’s carriage in order to get an answer. If none of these worked, s/he will personally go to the Shah’s garden and bring her/his appeal to the Shah or the crown prince.
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- Date mid/late 19th century
- Collections Institute for Iranian Contemporary Historical Studies
- Repository Institute for Iranian Contemporary Historical Studies (ق0-0-12098-0)
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- Accessed 9 September 2013
- Last Edited 7 November 2013
- Record no. 1261A16