OMISSIONS FROM TRANSLATION AND FOOTNOTES
p.7 1.1 "turbulent" add They are notorious in Mavvara'u'n-nahr for their
bullyings. p.27 1.5 "(1504)" add when? after taking Khusrau Shah, we besieged Muqim in
Kabul. p.31-1. 1 "paid" add wo (attention). p. 43 1.9 enter i. 2\b.
ib. 1.8 fr.ft. "Taghai" add&nA Auzun Hasan, p. 45 Sec. c, 1.2 "good" add he never neglected the Prayers, p.48 1.16 " grandmother " add Khan-zada Begim. p.52 1.4 fr.ft. " childhood" add ani had attained the rank of Beg. p.88 1.9 Hasan adds.ad Sl.Ahmad Tambal. p.92 1.8 "on" add to Sang-zar.
p. 95 1.12 " service " add did not stay in Khurasan but. p.1.28 1.18 "two" add young (sons). p. 131 1.-12 " Jan-wafa" add Mirza. p. 134 1.7 fr.ft. " that" add night that. ib. 1.3 fr.ft. " was" add in my 19th (lunar) year. p.136 1.5 " was" addin my 19th (lunar) year. p. 139 1.11'fr.ft. read Jani Beg Sultan, p. 141 1.10 "Khusrau Shah" add my highly-favoured beg Qambar-i-ali the Skinner
Mughul, not acting at such a time as this according to the favour he had
received, came and took his wife from Samarkand ; he too went to Khusrau
Shah. p.143 1.16 "that" add near Shutur-gardan.
p. 152 1.12 fr. ft. " dead " add A few days later we went back to Dikh-kat. p. 164 Sec. d, 1.6 fr.ft. "for" safe? Sairam. p. 201 1.12 read Kabul-fort. p.205 1.10 fr.ft. read "are closed for" 4 or 5 months in winter. After crossing
Shibr-tu people go on through Ab-dara. In the heats, when the waters come
down in flood, these roads have the same rule as in winter ("because " etc.). p.217 1.11 "Sih-yaran" add It became a very good-halting-place. I had a vineyard planted on the hill above the seat. p.221 Sec. h, at the beginning insert The mountains to the eastward of the
cultivated land of Kabul are of two kinds as also are those to its westward
("Where the mountains" etc.). p. 230 last line " men " add Khusrau Gagiani. p. 247 1.1 "Qush-nadir" add meadow, p.308 1.14 "ground" add Moreover it snowed incessantly and after leaving
Chiragh-dan, not only was there very deep snow but the road was unknown. p.391 March 18th "darogha-ships" add Sangur Khan Qarluq and Mirza-i-malut
Qarluq came leading 30 or 40 men of the Qarluq elders, made offering of
a horse in mail, and waited on me. Came also the army of the Dilah-zak
Afghans, p.393 March 25th 1.2 " out" additom the river's bank. p.454 1.5 "boat" add There was a party; some drinking 'araq, some beer.
After leaving the boat at the Bed-time Prayer, there was more drinking in the
khirgah (tent). For the good of the horses, we gave them a day's breathing on
the bank of this water, p.468 1.3 "sent" add Yunas-i-'ali and Ahmadi and (" ' Abdu' 1-lah"). p. 48'' 1.1 " Rao " add with four or five thousand Pagans, p. 498 (s.n. florican), "colour" add The flesh of the florican is very delicate. As
the kharchal (Indian buzzard) resembles the tnghdaq (great buzzard) so the
charz (florican) resembles the tughdiri.