The History of the Reign of Tipú Sultán, Being a Continuation of the Veshani Hyduri: Written by Mir Hussein Ali Khan Kirmani. Translated from an Original Persian Manuscript ... by Colonel W. Miles
Oriental Translation Fund, 1864 - 291 pages
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