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The history of India as told by its own historians. The local Muhammadan dynasties. Gujarát. By the late Sir Edward Clive Bayley, K.C.S.I. Partially based on a translation by the late Professor John Dowson [of the "Mirát-i-Sikandarí" of Sikandar ibn Muḥammad] Published under the patronage of H.M.'s secretary of state for India. Forming a sequel to Sir H. M. Elliot's History of the Muhammadan empire of India.

Main Author: Sikandar ibn Muḥammad, called Manjhū Akbar, b. 1553?
Other Authors: Yule, Henry, Sir, 1820-1889., ʻAlī Muḥammad Khān, b. 1700?, Bayley, Edward Clive, Sir, 1821-1884,, Dowson, John, 1820-1881,
Language(s): English
Published: London, W.H. Allen and co., publishers to the India office, 1886.
Subjects: Finance > India > Gujarat.
Muslims > India.
India > History.
Gujarat (India) > History.
Note: Includes the "Mirát-i-Aḥmadí" of ʻAlī Muḥammad Khān (p. 1-23)
"Brief notice of Sir Edward Clive Bayley," signed: H. Y. [i.e. Henry Yule]
Physical Description: xx, 519, [1] p. fold. map. 23 cm.
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