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[2] Under the Peshwas, Baji Rao I and Balaji Rao
    (A.D. 1720-61) the incursions of the Mahrattas extended as far north
    as the Panjab.

[3] Barahdari, a room nominally with twelve doors.

[4] Shuja-ud-daula, son of Mansur ’Ali Khan, Safdar Jang,
    Governor of Oudh:  born A.D. 1731; succeeded his father, 1753.  He was
    present at the battle of Panipat in 1761:  became Wazir of the
    Emperor Shah ’Alam:  defeated by the British at the battle of
    Buxar, 1764:  died at Faizabad, then his seat of government, 1775.

[5] Shikari.

[6] Bandar [harbour] Kangun, a port on the west side of the Persian
    Gulf, about 100 miles west of Gombroon.

[7] Firangi Bagh, Franks’ Garden.

[8] Darzi, a tailor.

[9] Shaikh Muhammad.

[10] Baitu’l-faqir, ‘house of a holy man’.

[11] Dinar, Lat. denarius, a coin of varying value:  see Yule,
    Hobson-Jobson[2], 317 f.

[12] Karwan, a caravan.

[13] Hazrat.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS

USED IN PREPARING THE INTRODUCTION AND NOTES

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Burton, Sir R.F. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, 12 vols.,
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London, 1893.

Crooke, W. The Popular Religion and Folk-lore of Northern India, 2 vols., Westminster, 1896.

Fanshawe, H.C. Delhi Past and Present, London, 1902.

Fazalalullah Lutfullah, ‘Gujarat Musalmans’, in Bombay Gazetteer, ix, part ii, Bombay, 1899.

Fuehrer, A. The Monumental Antiquities and Inscriptions of the
North-Western Provinces and Oudh
, Allahabad, 1891.

Irwin, H.C. The Garden of India, London, 1880.

Jaffur Shurreef, Qanoon-e-Islam, or the Customs of the Mussulmans of
India
, trans.  G.A.  Herklots, Madras, 1863.

Gazetteer of the Province of Oudh, 3 vols., Lucknow, 1877.

Hughes, T.P. A Dictionary of Islam, London, 1885.

[Knighton, W.] The Private Life of an Eastern King, London, 1855.

Koran, The, trans.  J.M.  Rodwell, Everyman’s Library, London, n.d.; by G. Sale, London, 1844.

Lane, E.W. An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians, 2 vols., 5th ed., London, 1871.

Mishcat-ul Masabih, by Muhammad ibn ’Abd Allah, trans.  A.N.  Matthews, 2 vols., Calcutta, 1809-10.

Ockley, S. History of the Saracens, London, 1848.

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