Mirza ‘Alinaqi Khan Hakim al-Mamalik
Mirza ‘Alinaqi Khan Hakim al-Mamalik was son of Haj Aqa Isma‘il Jadid al-Islam.
He studied medicine at the Dar al-Funun school in Tehran. In 1876 or 1877, he became Nasir al-Din Shah's Pishkhidmat Bashi (Chief Steward). He was, at the same time, Nasir al-Din Shah's physician, a member of the government council chamber, and chief steward of the Salam ceremony. In 1892 or 1893, he governed the cities of Malayr, Tuysirkan, Nahavand, and Qum. Hakim al-Mamalik's other title was Mushavir al-Sultan.
سلیمانی، کریم، القاب رجال دوره قاجاریه، تهران، نشر نی، ۱۳۶۴، ص. ۶۲.