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Nos. XVI. & XVII.

HYDEK- Brought forward ... 1,79,093

ABAD. PergunnahOunda ... .. ... ... 20,197

Ditto Tamsa ... ... ... ... 15,054

Ditto Munnata ... ... ... 8,171

Ditto Chichole... ... ... ... 12,722

Ditto Mabagaon ... ... ... 11,370

Ditto Patchlagaon ... ... ... 8,470

Muoje Dhar ... ... ... ... 8,012

Ditto Leh, &c ... ... ... ... 1,867

Kusba Seogaon ... ... ... ... 1,731

Pergunnah Kurar ... ... ... 2,250

Villages, Pergunnah Kurar ... ... ... 6,656

Ditto Talooka Kurar ... ... ... 6,000

Muoje Salapoor, Pergunnah Patree ... ... 14,000

Ditto Koorurgaon ... ... ... 5,000

Ditto TJntolee, and other villages of Pergunnah

Chintore ... ... ... ... 4,895

Ditto Chickultana, Pergunnah Chartana ... 829

Ditto Ursolee, and other villages of Pergunnah Kooror 5,M2

Ditto Moongla, Pergunnah Sirpoor ... ... 1,286

Ditto Chandoor, Ditto. ... ... 438

Total, Rupees ... 3,13,183

Bated at Hyderabad, 2ind November 1853, (iOth Suffur 1270;.

(Signed) C. Davidson,

Officiating Resident.

No. XVII.

Supplemental Treaty between Her Majesty The Queen of Great Britain- on the one part, and His Highness The Nawab Ufzul-ood-dowlah Nizam-ool-moolk Ausuph Jah Bahadoor, on the other part, settled by Lieutenant Colonel Cuthbert Davidson, C. B., Besident at the Court of His Highness, by virtue of full powers to that effect vested in him by His Excellenc* The Bight Honourable Charles John Earl Canning, G. C. B., Viceroy and Governor General of India, and one of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council.

Whereas it will be for the convenience of both the contracting parties to the Treaty of 1853 and will simplify the relations of the two governments, if certain modifications of that Treaty are made, and whereas certain matters not dealt with in that Treaty call for adjustment between the two contracting parties, and whereas it is the desire of the Governor General in Council to give all possible solemnity to certain acts marking the high esteem in which His Highness the Nizam is held by Her Majesty the Queen, therefore the following Articles have been agreed upon and determined between the Viceroy and Governor General on behalf of Her Majesty, and the Nawab Ufzul-ood-Dowlah Nizam-oolMoolk Ausuph Jah Bahadoor.

Article 1.

All Treaties and engagements between the two States and not contrary to the tenor of this engagemeut are hereby confirmed by it.

Article 2.

The Viceroy and Governor General in Council cedes to His Highness the Nizam in full sovereignty the territory of Shorapore.

Article 3.

The debt of about fifty (50) lakhs of Hyderabad Rupees due by the Nizam to the British Government is hereby cancelled.

Article 4.

His Highness the Nizam agrees to forego all demand for an account of the receipts and expenditure of the Assigned Districts for the past, present, or future. But the British Government will pay to His Highness any surplus that may hereafter accrue after defraying all charges under Article 6 and all future expenses of administration, the amount of such expenses being entirely at the discretion of the British Government.

Article 5.

The Viceroy and Governor General in Council restores to His Highness the Nizam all the Assigned Districts in the Raichore Doab and on the western frontier of the dominions of His Highness adjoining the Collcctoratc of Ahmednuggur and Sholapore.

HYDER-
ABAD.

No. XVII. No. XVII.

Iiydeb- Article 6.

ABAD.

The districts in Berar already assigned to the British Government under the Treaty of 1853, together with all the Surf-i-Khas talooks comprised therein, and such additional districts adjoining thereto as will suffice to make up a present annual gross revenue of thirty-two (32) lakhs of Rupees currency of the British Government, shall be held by the British Government in trust for the payment of the troops of the Hyderabad contingent, Appa Dessaye's chout, the allowance to Mohiput Ram's family, and certain pensions mentioned in Article 6 of the said Treaty.

Article 7.

The Surf-i-Khas talooks and additional districts mentioned in the foregoing Article are to bo transferred to the Resident as soon as this Treaty is ratified.

Article 8.

His Highness the Nizam cedes to the British Government in full sovereignty all the possessions of His Highness on the left bank of the river Godavery and of the river Wyne Gungah above the confluence of the two rivers, viz., the talooks of Rakapilly, Buddrachcllum, Cherla, Albaka, Noogoor, and Sironcha.

Article 9.

The navigation of the river Godavery and its tributaries, so far as they form the boundary between the two States, shall be free, and no customs duties or other cesses shall be levied by either of the two contracting parties, or by the subjects of either, on goods passing up or down the aforesaid rivers.

Article 10.

This Treaty, consisting of ten Articles, being this day concluded and settled by Lieutenant Colonel Cuthbert Davidson, c B., on behalf of the Viceroy and Governor General of India, with the Nawab Ufzul-oodDowlah Nizam-ool-Moolk Ausuph Jah Bahadoor, Lieutenant Colonel Cuthbert Davidson has delivered one .version thereof in English and Persian, signed and sealed by himself, to the Nawab, who on his part has also delivered one copy of the same to Lieutenant Colonel Davidson duly executed by His Highness; and Lieutenant Colonel Davidson hereby . engages to deliver a copy of the same to His Highness the Nizam duly ratified by the Viceroy and Governor General within thirty days from this date, when this copy herewith signed and sealed by the British Resident will be returned.

Signed, sealed and exchanged at Hyderabad on the twenty-sixth day of December A. D. 1860, \2th Jummadee-sanee 1277 Hegira.

HYDER-
ABAD.

Nos. XVII.
& XVIII.

Seal.

(Signed) Cuthbert Davidson,

Resident.

Seal.

(Signed) Canning.

Ratified by His Excellency the Viceroy and Governor General of India, in Camp at Amerpattan, on the 31st day of December 1860.

(Signed) A. R. Young,

Offg. Secy, to the Govt, of India.

No. XVIII.

Seal.

Translation of a Sunnud from tho Nizam's Government, dated 30th Zehidge 1277 Hegira (10th July 1861).

Whereas many Europeans, foreigners and others, descendants of Europeans, and born in India, are resident in the territory of His Highness the Nizam; and as disturbances arise amongst themselves and the inhabitants of the said territory; it is hereby made known by the Nizam's government that, in the event of any dissension or

HYDER- dispute arising among the classes aforenamed within the said territory, A "sexcept those employed by this Circar and its dependants, the Resident at Hyderabad, or other officer or officers whom he may from time to time consider it desirable to vest with the same, shall be empowered to enquire into and punish any such offences.

Nos. XVIII. & XIX.

No. XIX.

Cofy of a Sunnud granted to His Highness The Nizam Of Hyderabad, dated

11th March 1862.

Her Majesty being desirous that the governments of the several Princes and Chiefs of India who now govern their own territories should be perpetuated, and that the representation and dignity of their Houses should be continued; I hereby, in fulfilment of this desire, convey to you the assurance that on failure of natural heirs any succession to the government of your State, which may be legitimate according to Mahomedan law, will be upheld.

Be assured that nothing shall disturb the engagement thus made to you so long as your House is loyal to the Crown and faithful to the conditions of the Treaties, grants or engagements, which record its obligations to the British Government.

(Signed) Canning.

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