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" When he heard that I had paid my debts, and that I was intending to depart, be repented of what he had said, and put off granting me permisaioii to go. He was wont to grant me anything I asked, loving me and treating me with all considera- tion ; but hia dispoaitiou changed and he became inspired with fear of mo.

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He assembled the other Yiziers, the chiefs of the army, and sent for me. It was my custom to pay him homage by bending the knee ; but this time I did not do so, only saying, * Peace be with you ! The salutation of Mussulmans consists only of the assddm, and that I have pronounced.' Subsequently the Vizier sent this person a second time ; he then said, * You have no other aim but that of leaving us ; pay the dowries of your wives, and what you owe to the men, and go when you will.' At this speech I bowed, and went to my house and paid such debts as 1 had contracted. 463 to this time tlio Vizier had given, me some carpets and household ^^ iitenaila, Buch aa copper ■vessels, etc. ' I replied, * I saluted him only when my heart was satisfied with him ; but now that dis- satisfaction has supervened, I have renounced the usage.Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. A lawyer sent me a suit of clothes^ the K^zi, a tnrban ; and a merchant, another coat.About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. o THEi Yot AGE OF FEANCOIS PYRAED OF LAVAL TO THE EAST INDIES, THE MALDIVES, THE MOLUCCAS AND BRAZIL. 1 was here informed of the marriage of the Vizier 'Ahd Allah with the Queen Kkadija, after the death of the Vizier Jiimdl uddin, and I heard that my wife, whom I had left pregnant, was delivered of a male child. 467 'Aiit Ai-Makdaeiiawi,^ welcomed me with respect, eutertained me, n acd got a barque ready. The Vizier and chiefs send offerings to the Queen of such things as are found in the island. I ordered th it both si ould be beaten for their intrigue ; then that the woman should he set at liberty and the slive kept in prison ; after which I returned home.

But as I was showing him my dissatisfaction and- dislike I omitted to do so then I went straightway to my own house and took my seat where I delivered my judgments. ier siying on behalf of the grand Vizier, ' Yesterday such and such occurred in the matter of the concu- bine and slave Jodj,e both of them conf rmably with the law,' I replied It is a cause iii which it la not fitting to dehver judg- ment S'lve at the 'sultans palace I then repaired thither ; tbe peof le assembled and the concub ne and tbe slave were summoned.

I toolt with me that one of my wives who had been married to the Sultan SAihdb uddln, in order to restore her to her father, who dwelt in the island of Mohik, and ray first wife, whose daughter was half-sister to the Sultana.

To another, who was with child, I gave a term of nine months, within which I might return ; in default ahe was to be mistress of her own actions.

Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. The Viaier was afraid of me, and said to the people, ' This raan is determined to get the Vizierate, whether I live or die.' He made many inquiries about nie, and added, ' I have heard that the King of India has sent him money, to use in raising trouble against me." He dreaded my departure, lest I should return from the Corn- mandel Coast with troops.

Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. He bade me remitm until be should get a ship ready for me : but I refased.

I removed my belongings to a mosque upon the beach, and repudiated one of my wives.