The Memoirs of Khojeh Abdukurreem, a Cashmirian of Distinction, who Acconpanied Nadir Shah, on His Return from Hindostan to Persia, from Whence He Travelled to Baghdad, Damascus and Alelppo, and After Visiting Medina and Mecca, Embarked on a Ship at the Port of Jeddeh and Sailed to Hooghly in Bengal: Including the History of Hindostan, from A.D. 1739 to 1749 : with an Account of the European Settlements in Bengal, an on the Coast of Coromandel
Mackay, 1788 - 219 pages
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