Chronological Retrospect, or Memoirs of the Principal Events of Mahommedan History from the Death of the Arabian Legislator to the Accession of the Emperor Akbar and the Establishment of the Moghul Empire in Hindustaun. from Original

Chronological Retrospect, or Memoirs of the Principal Events of Mahommedan History from the Death of the Arabian Legislator to the Accession of the Emperor Akbar and the Establishment of the Moghul Empire in Hindustaun. from Original

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1821 edition. Excerpt: ... encouraged by this partial success, the enemy no longer delayed the investiture of Jounpour. The exertions of the loyal governor for the defence of the place continued, however, unabated; and dispatches had been transmitted, at the same time, to demand relief from tbe Mirzas in Hindustaun, and to announce his danger to Homayun. Alarmed by the reports which assailed him from every quarter, Meir Fakeir Ally the governor of Dehly, hastened from thence to Agrah, where all the arguments he could devise were employed to persuade themisguided Mirza Hindal into a just senseof his duty. And he, at last, succeeded in prevailing upon him to cross to the opposite bank of the; A. H. 945. Joun, or Jumna, engaging: Mahommed Bukhshy the governorof Aerah, A. D. 1538.. u ii, L-J-; at the same time, to furnish all the assistance m his power, in order to enable the Mirza to proceed without delay to the relief of Jounpour. Takeir Ally hastened next towards Kalpv, in order to persuadeYadgaur ISausser also of the immediate necessity of assembling the troops of his jagueir, for the purpose of forming a junction wiih Mirza Hindal, at Koran, or perhaps Kurrah, on the Ganges; from whence he proposed that they should march with united force to raise the siege of Jounponr. Just, however, as matters had been thus far placed in train, Khossrou Beg Koukeltaush, Hadjy Mahommed Baba Kushkah, Zuihed Beg, and Mirza Nuzzer, with several other chiefs, whom the spirit of turbulence and discontent had led to desert the army in Bengal, suddenly presented themselves to Mirza Nur-ud-dein Mahommed, who had, as recently observed, been left in the government of Kanouje; and this prince appears to have been easily prevailed upon to write to Mirza Hindal in theirbehalf, soliciting hishow more

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