Letter from Muhammad Husayn
Letter from Muhammad Husayn concerning delays in the payment of governmental installments and the interference of Mahd ‘Ulya and I‘tizad al-Saltanah in state matters.
Collection of correspondence, orders and political correspondence of the Qajar era, [19th century]
Consists of 226 items, mostly official orders and correspondence, belonging to Mirza ‘Ali Khan Qadimi, a Qajar official and minister, written in the hand of his son. The first nine pages provide a comprehensive index of the collection materials, including: five letters to princes, the Premier, Mahd-i ‘Ulya, and about the sums of cash from Nawruz gifts; ten letters to Mahd-i ‘Ulya, the king, and Mustawfi al-Mamalik, and the cash from Nawruz gifts, condolence letters, and letters about internal political affairs dating from 1857-58 [1273-74 AH]; a marriage contract between Nur Muhammad Khan Sardar and the daughter of Mirza ‘Ali Khan Qadimi, 1815 [1230 AH]; a letter from the king to Mulla Nur ‘Ali requesting he travel to the capital to participate in the wedding ceremonies of his children; and a letter from Nayib al-Saltanah to the son of Fath Allah Mirza protesting the appointment of Muhammad Husayn Mirza as ruler of Kirmanshahan.
- D Reset
- Dpolitics and government
- DMahd-i ‘Ulya