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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 Excerpt: ...Department. 13. The Mir's Sanad dated 4th May 1861, secured to his heirs 13,300 bigahs in perpetuity, and to m i e L himself 16,600 bigahs. But the land in his possession was, on measurement, found to be 70,096 bigahs, and as in the case of his elder brother, and on the authority of the same Government Resolution, this was substituted in the schedule annexed to his Sanad by a note dated 26th November 1863, and the total permanent regrantable area was increased to 46,730 bigahs. No. 34. MIR MUBID HAIDAU. This Mir was grandson of Chakar, but "his father Sule"man, though brother to Mir Suhrab the Genealogy and position...,, "Rais of the country, never seems to have Correctly half-brother (vide Major Goldsmid'e report dated 6th April 1863, forwarded to the Collector of Upper Sind with his No. 23 of the same date). "enjoyed much influence, or to have been looked upon with "much respect. The social position of Murid Haidar would, "therefore, be no more than that of an ordinary Baluch Sirdar." Major Goldsmid'8 report dated 1st June 1858). Murid Haidar "appears to have been attached to the household of his father's "full brother Ali Khan." After Ali Khan's death in June 1834, his possessions were claimed by Murid Haidar, but His Highness Mir Ali Murad produced a will under which he himself had been admitted as the Mir's heir. "I is possible that the knowledge of the position which he (Murid "Haidar) held in his uncle's regard, may have induced His Highness on "becoming paramount in 1843 amid the broken native dynasties of Sind "to be somewhat lavish of his gifts to this relation; who, moreover, in "spite of his thwarted views of inheritance has been numbered among "the most devoted adhe...
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