The Ameer Namah. A Persian Work Compiled by Moonshee Ameer Ali Khan Bahadoor, with an Abstract Translation in English.

By: Moonshee Ameer Ali Khan Bahadoor (Ameer alli Khan Bahadur)

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Calcutta: Muzhurool-Ajauyeb Press. Very Good. 1870. First Edition; First Printing. Brown cloth with blindstamped decorations to covers and gilt particulars to spine, which has been professionally rebacked. Light foxing throughout. Inscribed to "[Judge Elphinstone] Jackson with the author's best compliments-" at rear of book. Jackson was born in Calcutta, India, the son of a leading judge. Following his studies in England, he returned to India, and together with others founded the Indian Football Association in 1893. Photographic plates (each affixed to blank leaves contemporary with publication) of the Duke of Argyll, Alfred Ernest Alfred Duke of Edinburgh (signed and dated), Countess of Mayo, Sir Cecil Beadon (past Lt. Governor of Bengal), Lord John Lawrence (Governor-General of Bengal), Sir F.J. Halliday, Sir William Grey, Earl of Mayo, Queen Victoria (after a painting) and Ameer ali Kahn Bahadoor, Bahadoor gives a history of the recent British rule in India including his family's role in the rebellion (or in his words "mutiny") of 1857.; Royal octavo; 56, 378, 10 pl pages; Signed by Author; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. . First Edition.

Title: The Ameer Namah. A Persian Work Compiled by Moonshee Ameer Ali Khan Bahadoor, with an Abstract Translation in English.

Author Name: Moonshee Ameer Ali Khan Bahadoor (Ameer alli Khan Bahadur)

Categories: Asia,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Calcutta, Muzhurool-Ajauyeb Press: 1870

Book Condition: Very Good

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 1553

Keywords: India, Bengal, Persian, Mutiny of 1857, Photography