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Events of 1880s

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In the year AH 1300, during the governorship of Sultán Husayn Mírzá, the Jaláluʾd-Dawlih, and deputyship of Mírzá Fath-ʿAlí Khán, the Sáhib-Díván, a disturbance took place in Sarvistán between the friends and nonbelievers that escalated into a serious contention. After five years, the Sáhib-Díván was dismissed from the governorship of Fárs and left Shíráz. Another incident that occurred during AH 1305 in the course of the governorship of Uvays Mírzá, the Ihtishámuʾd-Dawlih. In the year AH 1307, Hájí Siyyid ‘Alí-Akbar issued a fatwá for the slaying of Karbaláʾí Hasan Khán and gave it to the Prince Uvays Mírzá. In the year AH 1307, the passing of the holy leaf Zahrá Sultán Bagum, the sister of Khadíjih Bagum, took place.

Keywords: Hájí Mírzá Abúʾl-Qásim; Muhammad-Qásim Khán Baydáʾyí; Sarvistán; Sultán Husayn Mírzá



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