“One of the earliest accounts of life in Kurdish villages. The narrative is in the form of letters to someone in England. There is a very interesting account of events after Fath Ali Shah’s death, the succession of Mohammed Shah and the intrigues and claims by his rivals”. (Ghani).
First edition. 8vo. 2 volumes, viii, 382; ix, 477 pp., engraved frontispiece to each volume, modern calf-backed marbled boards gilt, a very good copy.
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