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SELECTIONS FROM THE SATARA RAJAS' 



THE PESHWAS' DIARIES, 



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PUEPARKP 15 Y 

The late Rao Bahadur Ganesh Chitnnajl Vad, B. A, 

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[ I ] Political Matters 

( A ) Events uf importance 
( B ) Matters Deleting to 
Satara" Raja 
Peslnva 

( A ) Narayenrao's Murder 
) iffife llER^ra ^0% ( B ) Sawai Madhavrao 
) ^Hrfaf ^r ( ) Ragnoba Dada 

Pratinidhi 
Angria 
SacMv 
Panditray 



Amatya 

^JIM Jflf^T^ Dabhade & G-aikwad 

Bhosle of Nagpur 
Pa war 

Scindia & Holkar 
\\ j^^rx^r Vinchurkar 

Patwardhan 
Sakharam Bapu 
Balaji Janardan 
Gborpade 
Nimbalkar 
Kolliapar Raja 
Nizam 

Chief of Janjira 
Haider Ali & Tippoo 
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( a ) Events of importance. 

( 1 ) Bamchandra Siwaji, of fort Sliolapur represented that during 
the PeshWs campaign into the ParganA of Sholaptir, 
A. D. 1773-74. some Yi]l a g es were pillaged, and that he had entertained 
400 new men for the protection of the fort. He was in- 
formed that there was now no reason for apprehending any disturbance 
in that quarter, and that the new men might be disbanded. 

( 2 ) The additional men entertained at various forts and places, 
owing to the disturbed state of the country, were 
A. D. 1773-74:. now orc [ ere(: i to be reduced, 



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( 3 ) Orders were issued to the various Kamavisdars to make in- 

A D 1-4 -K quilies as to what Smedars of ^eir Parganas had gone 

" OVr ^ Mudhoji Bhosle, or Haidar Naik, or Govindrao 

Gaikwdd ' oran y other conspirator, to attach their 

Wataus and houses, and to arrange to get them back through the influence 

of their relatives. The Kamavisdars were directed to warn the remaining 

billec&rs m the Parganas against accepting service under any of the per- 

sons above mentioned; and to take the village officers as their sureties for 

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( 4 ) The armies of tlie Mogal, the Bhosle, and the Government were 

encamped during the preceding year at a distance of 3 

A. D. 1774-75. k O s from the village of Chande Budrukh, in Tarf Ped- 

gaum. The armies" of the Mogal and the Bhosle pillaged 

the villao-e, removed all cattle, and furniture, wounded ahout 80 or 90 

persons, & aiid killed 5 or 7; and ultimately hurntthe village. A koTvl was, 

therefore, -granted fixing the revenue at Rs. 225 in the current year, and 

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( 5 ) The armies of tlie Mogal, tlie Bliosle and the Government hav- 

ing pillaged and burnt the villages of Mudhwi, in Pai*- 

A. D. 1/74-75. gana Mangalwedhe, and Satkoli, in Pargana Kasegaurd!, 

while encamped there for 3 days, kowls were giveti 

to the rayats. " 



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( 6 ) ISfaro Babaji stated that owing to the disturbed state of the 

province, 100 new soldiers and 25 new horsemen were 

A. D. 1774-75. entertained at fort Ahmednagar, that these persons, ex- 

cepting 10 horsemen who were discharged, were re- 

quired for watching the moat which was now dry, and that 300 additional 

men were entertained at fort Dowlatabad. He prayed that as the Na- 

wah was at Aurangabad, 200 soldiers and 200 horsemen should he sent 

by the Huzur. He was informed that the crisis had passed away, that 

the Nawab was now on friendly terms with Government, and that no 

additional troops were necessary. 

( 7 ) Naro Ramchandra was sent at the head of a battalion enlisted 

by himself on behalf of G-opalnaik Tambvekar, to assist 

A, D. 1774-75. Eatesing Gaikwad. He went to Hindusthaii ( upper 

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that province, He was therefore appointed to manage the territory to the 
.north of the Rewa, including Broach? Sinor, Karle and Rajpinipla, and 
to the south of the river as far as Songadj as there were disputes regard" 
ing certain arrears from Gaikwad and the payinent of the salaries 
of the army. 

( 8 ) ISfaro Shankar Raje Bahadur being dead, a present of clothes 
and jewelry was sent to Eaghunathrao Narayan, and 
A.. D. l<74-7u. ^g was di rec ted to join his "battalion which was under" 
Hari Ballal. 

( 9 ) The Sansthanik of Kittur having raised an insurrection, an 
4, I>. 1774-75. army was sent to put him down. 




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( 10 ) In an engagement that took place at sea between, the Govern- 
ment fleet at Bassein and a ship of Cutch Bhnj, in the 
A. D. 1775-76. current year, the latter was captured. Some men on the 
Government side were killed, and allowances were 
given to their families. 

( 11 ) Mahadaji Scindia and Gopal Sambhaji were ordered to send 

2 pieces of cannon each to Khanderao Trimbak who 

A. D. 1776-77. e to the forfc 




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( 12 ) Pandurang Govind was sent in company with. Siwarao Grhor- 

pade & -with the Huzur cavalry & artillery to Ivarnatik 

A. D. 1776-77. f or settling the country. He had instructions to make 

arrangements regarding Dharwar and to firmly establish 

the authority of Government by punishing the Jamidars in the province 

who had gone over to Haidar Naik. 

( 13 ) Khanderao Trimbak had besieged the fort of Dhar. The 
Kamawisdar Bhelse was directed to supply him with 2 
A. P. 1776-77. cannon and the necessary ammunition and carts and 
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( 14 ) It was agreed that Nawab Basdlat jung % should- send a large 

army to join Hari Ballal encamped beyond the Tunga- 

A. D. lvv6-77, bhadra, and that with its assistance Hari Eallal should 

then establish the Nawab's authority over a territory 

worth Pis. 80000 beyond, .Adawaui belonging to such chief as paid no 

tribute to Government. Orders were issued to Hari Ballal to carry out the 

agreement and to take security from the Nawab for the payment of any 

arrears of Swarajya due from Sansthan Adwani, .Kaychur, Mudgal &c. 

( 15 ) Eewards were given to men in Prant Rajpuri for good service 

^ ,. done in the battles fought with the Impostor and the 

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( 16 .) Vyankatrao Many a, Jairain Bhagwant, and Anaji 

captured in a battle with Yesaji Scinde in theel*vice 

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( 17 ) The Jaliagir of tlie officer of fort Badami was in consequence 

of his joining Haider Naik taken by Hari Ballal and 

A. D> 1777-78. ma( j e Oyer in Kamaivis to Anandrao Bhikaji. The es- 

tate was now assigned to Hari Ballal for the expenses 

of the army. 

( 18 ) Shivaji Vithal informed Government that Bapuji Holkar & 

Yeshvantrao Wable had joined the Jat of Gohad, that 

A. D. 1777-78, Bala ^ Q-oyind, Baghunath Hari, and airmaji Malhar 

did not appear anxious to assist Government; that the 

Agents of the Jat were in attendance on them; that the Jat had besieged 

the fort and contemplated an attack on the town; and that therefore, 

he ( Shivaji Vithal ) asked for the assistance of the Kaja of Dattiya 

& promised to accept his conditions, viz, that he should be given a terri* 

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thal's Jahagir, and wortli Rs.j5QOOO from that of Antaji Maukeahwar; and 
iu addition half the territory that might be obtained from the G-ohad Jdt. 
Shiva ji Vithal prayed that the terms might be agreed upon by Government. 
His request was complied with. He was however, informed that the territory 
promised would be given to the Raja on the success of the undertaking 
in which he was going to assist, and in case he gained the success before 
the Government army, which was being sent, reached that province. 

( 19 ) Two pieces of cannon lying in Bhelse were ordered to be 
A t 1 777 7 supplied to Balaji Govind for the purpose of a cam- 

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( 20 ) A Nazar of Rs. 295000 ( besides Rs. 20000 to Hari Ballal ) 

^ was imposed on Akarat Martabat Dillerkhan, Diller 

A. D. 1777-78. Jang Bahadur of Sansthan Savnoor, to meet the ex* 

penses of the campaign in the province. 

( 21 ) Three hundred Rants out of those collected hy Antaji Sbamrao 

were entertained. The rest were allowed to he sent back 

A. D. 1779-80. to t ^ eir v in a g es w j t ^ instructions not to join the Kola- 

pur army; and orders were is sued to the officer s of their 

Mahak to take proper security for them. 



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( 22 ) The Pargana Gokak in Taluka Dbarwar which was taken 

v , ^ by Kiturkar was now taken back from him by Govern- 

A. D. 1780-81. J J 

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( 23 ) There is a reference to the fact that Ganesh Vishwanath was 
A. D. 1788-84. sen t w ith an army to the Mogal at Bhaganagar. 

( 24 ) The fort of Madsudangad in Pargana Arun ( Eon \ ) was, 

in A. D. 1775-76, taken by ' Khechi. ' Naro Chimndji 

A. D. 1784-85. Kamavisdar asked permission to stay in the province 

for 4 months and to take back the fort with the assist- 



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of 500 Sowars of RangraoMahadeo. The permission was granted and 
he wm fold that if more assistance be necessary, the work of capturing 

&e fort migHt not be taken up. 

{ 35 ) Tfce army of Fate Alikhan having marched to the province 
containing the fort ofBhiwagad, Pdrgad, and Loha- 
^ sanction was given to entertain additional men at 
the forts for then- protection. 

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( 27 ) The Killedar and 3 other persons of Thana Kechangad, ( Lo- 

changad? ) under Fate Alikhan Bahadur, who were cap- 

A. D. 1785-86. tured, were sent for confinement to the Thana of 

Mudehal. 

( 28 ) The fort & Taluka of Gajendragad which was taken by Fate 

Alikhan was retaken by Government. Half the province 

A. D. 1786-87. was surrendered to the Nabab according to treaty. The 

rest was made over to Dawalatrao Grhorpade and a 
aar of Rs, 50,001 was taken from him. 




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( 29 ) The Taluka and fort of Kargnnd, taken by Nawab Fate All. 
A. B. 1786-87. khan Bahadur was retaken by Government. 

( SO ) Taluka Kittur in Mamie Hubli was taken from the Desdi "b] 

Government and was given over for management to Ba 

A. B. 1786-87. ^^ Bhaskar. He was directed to entertain 1500 Gdr 

, die, 200 Sawars, and 1000 Soldiers, to remove all She 

Sandkj to enquire into alienations, to get the fort repaired by force< 

labour, to keep a Persian writer, &c, ; 



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( 32 ) The officer of Dhodap, who was directed to furnish 100 men 

for the Karnatic campaign, represented that the number ' 
A. B. 1790-91. O f men - m ]^ s service was small, 'and that Malhar ji Hoi - 
kar was at Chandwad disturbing, the country, and pray- 
ed therefore, that he might he excused from sending the men. He was 
directed to send 50 men instead of 100. 

( S3 ) Gtmgadhar G-ovind, Mainlatdar of Vijaydurga, was sent in 
charge of a fleet to Praiit Soud belonging to Tippu. He 
A. D. 1790-91. ca pt u red the fort of Shipigad and the Mahals of Shiv- 
eshwar, Lodra, Akola, Karwad, and Bumada. Orclern 
sent to the Jamidars of Mahals to submit to his authority. 




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( 34 ) The fort of Dharwar which was in the possession of Fate Alii 

khan was taken hy Government; and 5 clerks were sent 
A. D. 1790-91. O ma ]j e an inventory of the arms and other articles 

in the fort. 
( 35 ) When Badri Jamalkhan in the employ of Fate Allikhan 

marched out of fort Dharwar with his men, some of Jjis 
A. D. 1790-91. followers went over to the cavalry of Ragho Hari. They 

were released, but their weapons were confiscated by 

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( 36 ) A body of 1069 liorse from the Pagas of various Sardars was 
sent to Parasharam Eamchandra. He was directed to 
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[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 

( B ) Matters relating to: 
( 1 ) SATTARA RAJA. 

( 37 ) A saranjani worth Rupees 5000 was given to each of the two 
wives of the Sattara Raja; and a saranjam worth Rupees 
A. D. 1773-74 30 oo to each of their two daughters, Ranubai Nimbal- 
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( 38 ) There was a monument raised at fort Sinhgar in memory of Ed- 
jaram Maharaj. A grant previously made by Ayis&heb 
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( 39 ) An aqueduct conveying water from Yevateshwar hill to th.e 
palace i 11 Satara, being out of repair, sanction of Rs. 
* ' " " 800 was given for repairing it, 

( 40 ) NimMji bin Tukdji Pa war was sent to Satara on a salary of 
' - . Rs. 12 every two months for training the Eaia's son in: 

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( 41 ) The monument of Kaj&ram Maharaj was at fort SinhagacL An 
idol which was there was brought to Poona. It was now 
A. D. 1778-79. returne d to Sinhagad. 

( 42 ) The marriage of the Satara Raja being about to be cele- 
bratecl, a body of horse was sent to Satara to be pres- 
ent on the occasion. 
( 43 ) Clothes worth Es. 225 were received as -present from the 
A. D. 1779-80. Satara Raja. 

( 44 ) There is an allusion in this Sanad to the death of the eldest 
Rani of the Satara Raja called Durgabai. Land was 
A. D. 1779-80. given in Inam to Brahmins on the occasion of the per- 
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45 ) Mangoes from the Sivapoor garden were sent to the 
A, D. 1781-82. of Satara as a present. 

( 46 ) It was agreed in the preceding year that N&rayanji Mohite., 

father-in-law of the Maharaja Shahu, should be given 1 

A. B. 1781-82. ^ g> 5QQ ^ n ^^ an( j a Y in a g e WO rth Ks, 500. The agree* j 

ment was now carried out. j 

( 4T ) Presents were received from the Satara Raja" on the occasion | 

A, 1). 1782-83. ^ k* 8 comm g * ^ e Peshya's wad4 on the 20th o ! 
this month. ' [ 



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( 48 ) Presents were received from Mdtoshri Ayisaheb on the occa- 

A. D. I7gfc88. sion of ^ e visit P ai( i to her by the PeshTa on the preced- 
ing day. 

( 49 ) Santub&i Mahadik, the Eajd's sister, was given half a ch^hur 

A D l?B8-84 ^ ^ n( ^ ^ n ^- liam as a customary present on the occasion 
of the marriages of the Satara Raja. 



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( 50 ) Narsingrao Guzar, hrother-in-law of the Satara Raja, 
.A. D. 1783-84. gi yen a grant o f Rupees 1000 in land and cash. 

( 51 ) An allowance of Rupees 200 each was given to ^ wu 
A. D.-1783-84. Shirke, and Khanderao Guzar, relatives of the 2nd 
of the Satara Raja, 

( 52 ) An allowance of Rupees 200 was given to Thamabai, j 
A. D. 1788-84. of ^ Bdjd's second wife; and one of Rupees 600, 
given to Thamabai's husband, Santaji Bhosle, 



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( 53 ) Clothes worth Rupees 2533 were sent as a present to the 
A. D. 1784-85, Raja of Satara. 

' ( 54 ) The office of Diwan to Shrimant MaHraj Mtushri Ayi- 
S^iheb, which was held by Mmrao Vishnoo, was on his 
A. D. 1876-87. death begtowed upon tis S oii Gopalrao. 










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( 56 ) Sadaiva Dadaji Mawlawgkw Wit a hons* 

of the palace belonging to the prev 
A. D. 1790-91. Maharaj at Saiigmeshwar. The 1] 

pulled down, and the site iuclucu. 
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A T) T')i 9 9 received by him as presents from the Ra'jti & his two 
Ranis are credited on this date. 




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( 59 ) Aiicandibai, the first wife of the Satara Kajd, having given 
birth to a son, sanction was given to the expenditure of 
l '92-93. j^ -J.QQQ or ciistributing sugar and for the ceremonies 
to be performed on the 12th day after birth. 

[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 

( B ) Matters relating to 
( 2 ) PESHWl ( a ) N^rayaDrao's Murder. 

( 60 ) The wife of Sumershig G&rdi with his family was at Ohaiid- 

wad at her father's house. The officer of the fort of Cha*nd- 

A, P. 1773-74, wac j was Directed to keep her and Sumersing's family 

in cofinement, to attach his property, and to send it 

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( 61 ) Orders for the imprisonment of the following persons witli 

1773-74 ^^ famil f ' and for the att *meiit of their property, 
.11^.4. appear in the diaries of this date. ^ 

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1 Keso Bnllal ( of Rajinaclii. ) 

1 Triinbakji Blialerao ( of Kalamb Naudur. ) 

1 Sakliaram Hari ( of Urawde in Taluka Muthekliore. ) 

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1 Nur Mohained Gardi's family at Roza or Aurangjibad. 

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1 Antaji Bane Sawkar of Anandwalli. 

1 Achutrao Ganesli of Chandwad. 







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1 Gangdom Pftrdfeshi JnraOclar of peons 
1 lUmchamlra BdbAji Joglekar 
1 Biburao BalUl Kdne. ' 

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L Jaysingrao Nikam in the service of Sarnobat in P^gt Huzur 
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( 64 ) The Kainavisdar of Pargan^, Shewagaum was previously 

directed to make a search for Sumersing GardiV son 

A. D. 1773-74:. a ^. Shewagaum, but no reply ^was received from him. 

He was reprimanded for his negligence and was ad- 

dressed as follows: 

Government is informed that Sumersing's relations on leaving Poona 
went to Maniram Pardeshi's house at Shewagaum, and that when they 
learned that a search was being made for them at that place, they went 
away to Aurangahad leaving their property at Maniram's house. Mani- 
ram is at Indore with the Holkar. His nephew is. however, at his house. You 
should immediately on receipt of this order take him into custody, and 
send him to Poona, forwarding at the same time a list of the property 
that may he found in the house. Sumersing had considerable cash with 
him, and there can he no doubt that it has been kept at the above Par- 
deshi's house. Very careful inquiry should therefore be made, and de- 
tailed report sent to Government. 





( 65 ) Ndro Ganesli Phdtak having lost Ms life in the attack made 

by the Grardis against Peshwd, Narayanrao, five BighaB 

A. I>. 1775-76. o f j an( j were giv en f or the support of his wife, mother, 

and brother; an appointment worth Rs. 150 a year was 

also conferred on the brother-, and it was ordered that the salary shoulcl 

be disbursed to him free of service. 

FROM JA^ARDAN APpAjrs DIARY. 

( 66 ) CMpiji Tilekar Khismatgar having sacrificed his life in th.e 

service of Government, at the time the Peshw& Nrsl- 

A. D. m5-76. yanrao was attacked by the G&rdis, his son was given 

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(67) Kdthuram wallad Samblitindtli, brother-in-law of Sumersing, 
having been implicated in the conspiracy was arrested by 
A. t>. 1776-77, the Jlainavisdar of Wan Dindofi. He was now sent to 
fort Dhodap.. Orders, had already been issued for the 

ar rest of his, family members, . 

(68 The members of the family of Abdul Kadar were sent to fort 

A. D. 1776-77. Sinhgad for imprisonment. 




ant* Dm Uhafaj! Tilekar whose father los^l^l" 
protectog the late Peshva was given laud in T, ^ > 

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(71) Tiljkhtin wd Mohammadkh^ivBohilU in tHe service of Raghoji 
BhoKle, Sena Baheb SubHsl, with great personal valour 

A. D. 1776*77. captured Molmmmad Isaf Giirdi, who acted treacherously 
towards (jovernment, and was absconding. An Inam 

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Peshva ISdrayanrao in Arba Sabain. His brothers Bal- 

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A. D. 1777-78. anibhat and Sad^shiv were therefore granted, in A. D. 
1775-76, land measuring 5 bighas. The inarn was not 
however, actually handed over owing' to the disturbance of the Imposter/ 
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( 78 ) Sumersiiig's son, who was under b^risonjnent at fort Sinh- 
A. B^1788-89. gad, was ordered to be "brought to Poona. 

: if: 7-9 ) At the request : 'of Hanmaiitrao, son of Chdpaji Tilekar, who 

. . t lost his life while . defending Peshwd,' Nar^yanrao, he 

A- I>. 1791-92. was gi ven the village of Ekatpoor in inam in lieu of a 

piece of inam land and Patilki vatan previously con- 

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palace at Poona, N&g'ojl Sinde and Bdburao 

A. D. 1778-74. ort wepe or d erec i to send Shankaraji Naik Grl 

"bekar and the men of Naudgir serving at the 

( 82" ) The Peshwa having gone to Satara to receive the 

office, received along with the clothes, some c 

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( 83 ) Mahadeo Joshi bin Nardyan Joshi of P4was had predicted 
that a son would "be born on Yaishakh Adhik Shudha 

A. D, 1790-91. 7 t } 1? Monday. Tbe prediction being fulfilled, land wortli 
Es. 100 was given in inain ( This evidently refers to the 

birth of Sawdi Madhavrao. )- 

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< 85 )Rs. 7794-3. were expended at Poona on the occasion of the 

JL D 177S.74 blrt ^ f a S n t0 ^ dy aan ^ Mi - The amount was spent 

in giving alms to Brahmins, rewards to singers, and 

-*A-' i m ^icians, donations to the various deities, feeding the 

i nd performing certain religious ceremonies. The details are 

gwmM(iwfindin toe details the names of all the important 

** in Pocma&en eating, and their destination.) The 

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his having fore-told that Lady G^gtf* wotdd give 
tofli to a Bon on the 7th YakMkha Shuddha. The .mea- 

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( 87 ) The infant Peshw^i having commenced to eat food, a present 
A. D. 1774-75. O f clothes was received. 

( 88 ) The young Peshwa having gone to the house of Kdnaji Chinta- 
man Purandare, Joshi, Kulkarni. and Deshapande of 
A. D. 1774-75. Kasbe Saswad, on an auspicious day. a grant of inam 
land was made to the family. 






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( 92 ) Naro Keshav Barve was sent to Prayag by Peslnvd Mcidhav- 
A D 1773-76 r ^ | n cliar ' e of the bones of tlie body of the Peshwa 
Nanasaheb. He was for this service given 10'bighas 
of land in mam by Peshw^ IMhavrao. 

( 93 ) Some land was given in inam to Mahadeobhat and Rtobhat 

A D 1775-76 "* ^"MwwA Purandhare, who were the astrolo 

gersand Knlkarnis of the fort of Purandhar, in honor 

tK -*i ^ u , th f tlie ^ ant Pesh ^ at il ^ fort on Monday 

the ,th ofthe bright half of AdhikYaisMkh of Shake 1696 The 

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( 94 ) A milch she -goat of the ^fr kind, either red or hlack, was 
A. D. 1776-77. ordered to Jbe purchased at Poona for Government. 

( 95 ) Lady Gangabai received clothes from R^ghoji A&gri& and 
A. D. 1776-77. others when she had gone to Poona. 





( : 96. )'M^tusliri Sagunabai being desirous of residing at Yadiith, < 

r ' '* the banks of the Krishn4, provision was made for li 

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( 99 ) A Government house was built at Kopargaum in Pargand, 

Kumbhari in a piece of land situated in the bed of the 

A. D. 1776-77. Groddvari near the temple of Shukleshvar in A. D. 1771- 

72, and a garden was laid out at the place. Land was 

for those purposes taken from the inams of Shukleshvar and a mosque; 

and other land in exchange was given to the temple and the mosque. 



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A. D 1778 79 deitieS ^^ Hindo and M ohaniedan, on the occasion of 
the Peshvd's entering the palace at Poona. The Peshvd 

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( 103 ) Clothes worth Rs. 205 were received by the Peshvd from 
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(106) The Peshv4 went to dine at BdUji Janardan Fadnis' 
A. D. 1781-82. house. 

( 107 ) One mason and 25 laborers were entertained from llth 
Mohorum on a monthly salary of Rs.121-8 for repairing 
A. D. 1782-88, the roads in the city in connection with the marriage of 
the'Peshva. 



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( 108 ) Reward was given to tlie messengers who brought letters 
1-84 85 -fr m ^ an ^^J'- Scindia announcing that he had obtain-ed 

for the Peshwa the office of Baxigir. 
( 109" ) Presents were received by the Peshwa on the occasion of his 

. TV-TTO-OC visit to Ali Bahadur's house to congratulate the 
A. D. 17oo-ob. ,,.!/. 

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( 110 ) Here is a list of Peslnva's and his wives' cousins and relations 
who were invited to dine on the Bliaubij Festival. Their 
A, D. 1787-88. surnames are Thatte, Oinkar, Raste, Joshi, Rude. Gon- 
dhalekar. and Deshmukha. 




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A. D. 1788-89. w ith sticks. ^ns^RSr. 

( 112 ) The Peshwa went to pay a visit to Abdul Hakim Khan 
A. D. 1788-89 Pathan of Siiwnnr at his tent. 

( 113 ) The Peshwd's wife being for the 2nd time in her monthly 
A D 1789-90 course ? dainties were sent to her by Baldji Keshao 
Thatte and others. 



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( 117 ) Clothes of honor were received from the Emperor on the 

occasion of the investiture of the dignity of Vakil Mut- 

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( 119 ) Ganeshbhat bin Anantbliat, surnamed Bhat of Shriwardhan, 
took tlie bones of the deceased Peshwa Madhavrao Sa 

A. D. 1793-94, fcefy K'drayanrao Saheb and Dada Saheb to [Prayag and 
tnrew them in the Ganges. He performed the G-aya- 

wjan ceremonies of these persons and of Bhau Saheb. Inain laud was 

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"'"A. P, 1795-9B. J Chaftirthi 'festival -at Ealaji . Janardaii-.Fadnig 

taman Hari FadWs house. - - - . . ; 



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A. D. 1795-96. Naoratra " festival. 

( 122 ) The Peshwa being indisposed. Brahmins were engaged to re- 
A D 1795-96 P eat P ro piti a t 01 7 hicantations to the deity from the 8th 
to the 13tli of this month. 




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( 124 ) Nimbaji Yittal Karkuii, having taken a letter from Dada"- 
Saiieb ( EAghoM Dada ) to Satara, was sent for im- 
prisonment to fort Raygad. Orders were issued for 
shackles being put round his feet. There are many in- 
stances of the lands of Rdghoba's men or persons who had gone over to 
him, being attached during this and the next month. 

( 125 ) Jagjiwan Pawar being in the service of Dada Saheb, his 
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( 126 ) The Saranjm of Sayaji Bh%kar and other Silledars serv 
A. D. 1778-74. ing under Dada Saheb was also attached. 

FROM KARO APPAJI'S DIAKY. 

( 127 ) Krishnaji Eandive Silledar's Saranjam was attached o^ing 

^ to his defection to Dada Saheb. He now came over to the 

\ .lit -70. side of Government and joined the army under Hari 

Ballal. His Saranjam was therefore released from attach- 

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( 128 ) KhanjiDeshmukhaand Rdmji Deshapdnde of Bhadgaoii 

A. D 1774-75 aCting in concert with the BMls attached the village o 
B^deraden in the said Fergana, and also committed othei* 

, de P redations ^"tli the assistance of Madhavrao Bande 
a army entered Ehandesh. Their watans were aocord 



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( 129 ) Jiwiji Purshotam was, at the instigation of Dadasaheb, 
A, D. 1774-75, planning the capture of the Thana of Fergana Laxinesli* 

/ ^n \ T. ^^' , He was arrested and s ent to prison. 

( 130 )hs4 3 i \ishwasrao and Rdmchandra Sawant BhirwMekar 

while living with Lady Anandibai became implicated 
ATD. 1771,75 m tke cxa ^ a ^J ^ fort Asher. Their houses were there- 

fore attached and, their relations were kept in con- 

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( 131 ) Huksi a gunner in the artillery while residing at Poona used 
to write news-letters to Dadasaheh He was therefore 
A. D. 1774-75. gent to p r i son . 

( 132 ) Chintaman Hari was entrusted with the duty of collecting 
A. D. 1775-76. information regarding Raghoba Dad^. 

( 133 ) Dadasaheb gave orders to Sadashiv Ramchandra to take the 

fort of Lohogad in A. D. 1773-74. The men of the fort 

A. D. 1775-76. "being averse to the transfer vowed a present of Rs. 500 

to the Pir shek Umber in the fort, in case the transfer 

did not take place. Sanction was given to the amount being presented 

to the deity. 



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( 136 ) The village of Sowa in Pargana Mahad was held in Inam by 

Balwantrao Malhar. One of his brothers Kilkanth went 

A. D. 1776-77. over to Dadasaheb and another Sadashira joined the 

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( 137 ) Mdtushri Anandibai was going to reside at Mauda.lesh.wa] 
Orders were issued for repairing the Government builcl 
A.. D. 1776-77. j n g at ^ e pi acej an ^ f or supplying her with the necessar 

provisions. 

( 138 ) Notifications were ordered to be issued to the several village 
in the Konkan directing the Sardars, Karkoons, an 
A. D. 1776-77. attendants of Dadasaheb living there, to abstain froi 
going to him on any account. The houses of those wli 
had already gone to him were ordered to be attached. 



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Es. 5450 are credited as being received from the 
A. I). 1777-78. an( j Council of port Bombay in 

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the company. 
Rs, 994-9 arrears of the 

khar. 
Rs, 4455-7 out of the 

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( 140 ) The following amounts are credited. 

Rs. 20,000 Amount received the for tiie 

A. D. 1777-78. months of Sawal and 

Rs. 100,002-8 amount of tribute doe 
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( 141 ) Parshr^m Hazariand KhaMf Arab Jam^td^ir having offered ^ 
to get the forts of Deha and Bova, Malang by conspiracy ' 
A. D. l777-<8. with the fort officers, they were ordered to carry out 
their plan before loth Shravan, they were further in- 
structed to keep the Kamavisdar, acting on behalf of B^rbhai, in confine- ' 
meat They were told that in case they succeded in carrying out the j 
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( 142 ) The U'ibiiUj iHHH-.iviul from llaidar Naik throug-li Mr. Tliom- 
A.D. 1777-7H sol) \vn.H converted into Kn^linh RupeeH and tlic amount 



\'i'/,(., Its. 8<S^H7-(S was kept in deposit witlitlicin. 
FROM J ANAKDAN APPAJI'S DIARY. 

( 143) The uriuy scnfc lulu Koukan with Bliivfijirao Yeslnvant, 
\vas, in ctiiiHCKjueacc oi'tlic advent of the rainy acason, 

A. B, 1777-78. ^called, us however, DacltiHttlicb was at Bombay it was 
deemed necewsary to keep Homo force in the province, 

and Visaji Iveshaowaa directed to ptwt 1000 men, 300 GArdis, and 700 

others, in the niglilx^urliuud of Bcldpur. 






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( 144 ) Vittoji Chavin wrote to Dadasaheb that lie had collected 

some army, had taken 4 places in Prant Bijapoor, and \ 

A. D. l77<-/8. fai | le was collecting more men. He was praised \ 

for his devotion and Was directed to collect more meii) i 

to establish His authority in the Prants of Bijapoor and Tasgaon, to ! 

collect revenues, and after defraying his expenses, to send the remainder j 

to Government, that is, Dadasaheb. 1 

( 145 ) Clothes worth Rs> 2350 were received from Mahddji \ 

A. D. 1777-78. 



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( 147 ) A hnndi for Rs. 9500 was received from Mali&dji 
A. D. 1777-78. Scindia. 

( 148 ) Kamrao SadasWv was directed to entertain 20 or 25 Raufcs 
who had assembled at Kelve and to remain always on 
A. D. 1777-78. j^ g uar( j > H e was informed that further commuriica- 
tion would "be sent after the assembling of the council in 
two or four days. ( Orders appointing officers, requiring surrender of ; 
forts, were issued by Raghobd, Dada in this month. ) 'I 




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( 150 ) The relations of tlie dependants of Kaghobadada, and among 

otliers, those of Ranichandra Savant, who was in the 

A. B. 1778-79. service of Anaiidibai and was concerned in the cons- 

piracy at Asher, were ordered to be released after 

security. 

( 151 ) Raghobadada sent his guns to Ahinadabad in charge of 

Aniinkhan Pathan. Fatesingrao Gaikvad captured the 

A. D. 1778-79. guns from him. He was informed that Raghobadada 

had returned to Poona from Bombay, and that he had 

agreed to surrender the guns to Government. Fatesing was directed 

to hand over the guns to Babaji Bhikaji and Ragho Bhikaji. 



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( 152 ) The village of Apti in Tarfa Pabal of Pargana Junnar was 
A. D. 1778-79. gi Yen to Dadasaheb ( Ragliobadada. ) 

( 153 ) The village of Markal in Tarfa Chakan, which TOS given to 
A. IX 1779-80. Dadasalieb for Ms expenses last year, was now taken 
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A. -D. 1779-80. 

( 155 ) TJie village of Klied in Tarfa Khed in Prant Junnar, given 
A. D, 1779-80 to ^^^ sa ^b in the preceding year, was taken back by 

Government. 

FROM THE DADASAHEB'S DIARY. 

( 156 ) Rs. 10496-8 are credited as received from colonel Godard of 
Sansthan Calcutta out of Rs. 3000 due by the Govern- 
A. D. 1777-80. nieiit of the Company in accordance with their agree- 
ment to pay Raghunathrao a monthly allowence of 
^ his expense. 

( 157 ) Rs. 20 are paid to harlots in past payment of their salaries. 
A.D. 1779-80. 



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( 158 ) Dhondo Govind and two others wishing to go over to 
A B. 1779-80. Ra heb enlisted some persons in Poona. They "were 

arrested and sent to prison. 
FROM THEDADASAHEB'S DIARY. 

( 159 )Eajirao G-ovind requested permission to entertain troops, an<3 

asked for Sanads authorising him to attach the Govern.' 

A. B 1779-80. ment ^ ma | revermes jn Bijapur, and the Mahals o: 

Easte and Mirajkar. He was permitted to entertain troops 

and to attach the provinces referred to. He was informed that he woulc 

"be called to tbe Huzur when Raghuna"thrao would move out in camp 

Letters were also Bent to Yyankattappa Naik and Haider Naik tc 

him. 





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( 160 ) Saddshiv Dlionddeo was permitted to repair the Bungalow 
. T) 1770 80 anc ^ ^ ouse ^ I> oin "b a y belonging to Government 

( Dadasaheb ) at a cost of Rs. 100 or 200. 

( 161 ) It appears from entries on this- page that Raghunathrao's son 

Bajirao recovered Rs. 12000 from the territory of Ahil- 

A.D.. 1779-80. yg,Mi Holkar, Es. 11940 from that af Mahadji Scindia 

and 23971 from- that of Khanderao Pawar. 




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( 162 ) Es. 12-8 were debited as Batta to the persons who were 
A. D. 1779-80. brought from the English for assistance at Fulpada. 

( 163 ) Presents of clothes, were received by the Peshya and. his 
A. D. 1783-8*. wife from DMasaheb ( Raghoba ).. ' 




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(164) Twenty three vHlages in Pargana KumbMri were 
^A. D. 1783-84. i u Saranjam to RaglioM Dad4. . 

( 165 ) A karkoon was sent to Bombay to take possession o f the 

A. D. 1784-85. P r P ert 7 belonging to DddAsaheb, kept . in his l 1Ouse 
at the place. 




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( 166 ) Some jewellery of the deceased Kaghunathrao Dada was 
mortgaged to the English, They now wished to sell it; 
A. D. 1784-85. }-) U ^ no body would purchase it through fear of Govern- 
ment. Eansod Krishna, ai the desire of the Geueral re- 
presented the fact to Government, and asked permission to purchase the 
jewellery. The permission was granted on condition of his produc- 
ing all the articles purchased before the PeshwS, and to allow him to pur- 
chase any that he might desire. 

( 167 ) Presents were sent to the Peshwa's wife by Anandibai 
A. D. 1790-91. ( E&ghoM Dada's wife ) from Kopergaon. 

( 168 ) Eefers to the successful attack made in former years by the 
Government army against the forces of Anandrao Ja- 
- . ^ av anc [ others who were going to join EaghobaD^da. 
while encamped at Kallyan. 



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( 6 ) Matters relating to 
( 3 ) Pratinidhi. 
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( 170 ) The value of clothes received by Balaji Janardan Fadnls 
when he went to Shrinivas Gangadhar Ptttmidhi to 
A. D. 1774-75. give the latter an invitation to dinner at the palace is 

credited on this date. 

( 171 ) The fort of Wasantgad was ordered to be made over to 
A. P. 1774-75. Shrinivas Pandit Pratinidhi. 




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( 173 ) The following forts were ordered to be made over to 
A. D. 1774-75. Shrinivas Pandit Pratinidhi. 
1 Fort Sadashiv gadh. 



1 Fort Chandragarh. 
1 Fort Mahirnandan. ga: 
1 Fort Mahipat garh. 
1 Fort Makarand garh. 
1 Fort Vyaghra garli. 
1 Fort Prachit garli. 
1 Fort Bhushan garli. 
"1 Fort Mahiman garb. 
1 Fart V air at garh. 



i Forfc Kangari. 
1 Fort Kamal garb. 



1 Fort Jayagarb. 
( near Helwak ) 
1 Fort Morgiri. 
1 Fort Wardbangarh. 
1 Fort "Wasaiitgarh. 
1 Varugarb. 
1 Fort Machindragarh. 





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( 174 ) Karyat Bhalawani and the villages of Sawarde and 3 others 
A. D. 1771-75. we re made over to the Pratinidhi as before. 



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( 175 ) Bhagwantrao Pandit was granted a personal Saranja"m 
worth Eupees 50000, and military Saranjam worth 
A. D. 1775-76. j^g, 1QOOUO on condition of keeping up a body of 300 
horse for service under Government, 







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(177 ) The Prant of Karad &c. having been pillaged by the Pant 
PratmidhiBhagvantraoin the preceding year; orders 
were issued for a partial remission of the revenue due. 



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( 178 ) Shrinivas Pandit Pratinidhi having died, Baburao Yisbim 

was directed to request the Mahdraja to confer the dig- 

A. D. 1777-78. ^ of Prat^^i on ^ ig son Parashar^ Shrinivas, and 

clothes of honor, a head dress and arms, were sent for 
Mag. presented to the new Pratinidhi. Baburao was farther asked to 
give one horse from the cavalry for the same purpose. An elephant was 
to be sent afterwards. 

) Parashram Pandit Pratinidhi was asked to assign a Saran jam. 

of Rs. 10,000 for the support of jfche late Pratinidhi 

Bhagwantrao Pandit's widow BajaMi. 



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( 180 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the Peshwa's go- 

ing on the precding day to Parashram Shrinivas Prati- 
A. D. 1782-83. . ,, . . . . . . .,. 

nidni to give mm an invitation to a dinner. 

[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 
( C ) Matters relating to 
( 4 ) ANGRlA. 

( 181 ) Tulaji Aiigria was sent to fort Ahmednagar fot im- 
A. B. 1778-74. prisonment. 




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( 182 ) Tulaji Angria's son, Sambhaji Angria was sent to be im- ! 

A. D. 1776-77. prisoned in the fort of Sholapur. ; 

( 183 ) The fort of Manikgad was handed over to Rao-hoi i - 

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( 184 ) Clothes worth. Es. 245 were received by the Peshwa at the 
visit he paid to Raghoji Angria, Wajarat Maha Sar- 
A. D. 1776-77. ^^ ^ ^ latter , fl tent> 

( 185 ) The Tarfs of Chiwankhal, Durga Deoli, and Wakral in Par- 
gana Sankse, as also some villages and salt lands in 
A. D. 1776-77. p ar gana Karnatick were given to Baghoji Angria in 
Saranjam from the current year. , 



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( 187 ) Manikgad ^vas to be given to Raglioji. ArigriJi. It was ordered 
that an inspection should be made of the men at the 
A. D. 1776-77. fort and that those who might be efficient should be 
employed at forts Karnalla and Vikatgad, the rest be- 
ing disbanded. An inspection was also ordered to be made of the men at 
the two latter forts with a view 7 to remove those unfit for service and 
thus make room for the men transferred from Manikgad. All the men at 
the fort of Manikgad were fined their 6 month's pay and were deprived 
of the usual clothing allowance for admitting the banner of the Imposter 
in the. fort. 




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( 188 ) Sambhaji Angria, imprisoned at fort Sholapur having 

refused to take food, permission was given to liim of 

A. D. 1776-77. ^j^ s ^ ers o f m iik and 4/J Taks of sugar every day till 

lie partook of food again. 

( 189 ) In the year before the preceding a disturbance was created 

in the Taluka of Devgad by Gopalji Angria. Promotions 

A. D. 17/7-78. were gi ven th e men ail ^ officers who assisted in 

quelling it, and allowances were granted to deities in 

fulfilment of vows made by them. 




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( 190 ) TuMji Angri^, a prisoner at fort Ahmadnagar was ordered 
A. D. 1778-79. to be sent to the Huzur. 







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(. 193 ) Clothes were received by Kamatoii from Eaghoji Angria's 
A. D. 1782-83. w if e who had come to the Peshwa's wada. 

( 194 ) Presents were received from Manaji Angrid, son of Raghoji 
* ' -n m* Anffria, who had come to the Palace to pay a visit to 

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( 195 ) Mastelajt Bin Yes^ji Augria of Rewadanda came to Poona in 

Sit Samanin and enlisted some armed men. He was 

A. D. 1788-89. therefore arrested. On enquiry it appeared that Mawaji 

left his name on account of a family quarrel with Ra- 

ghoj Angria, Vajarat Maha Sarkhel, and that his object in clothing men 

was to serve Government. But as he had entertained armed men with- 

out the permission of Government a fine was imposed on him. 

( 196 ) 1000 men of the naval, force of Raghoji Angria, Wajarat 

Maha Sarkhel were sent for assistance to Gai\gadhar 

A. D. 1788-89. GovindofTaluka Vijaydrug. The rates at which the 

men were to be paid are specified. 




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(197 ) Clothes were sent to Manaji Angria, as a mark of condolence 
A; D. 17-98-9,4,!- . . J\vith him for his father Raghoji Angria's death. 

( 198Yilxport of grain toKol&ba from Prant Belapur, Pen &c, was 
A. .D. 1793-91 prohibited."' 




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A.D.17SS-S4. were attached. 



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( 200 ) Madhavrao Hari was sent against Kolaba. Anandrao Shinde 
A. D. 1793-94 ^ R- ewa d a] ida was ordered to supply him with 5 pieces 
of cannon. 



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(201 ) Raghoji Ati^i'iii having died, hin Suranjdm, was attachedly 
Govornuiciit. A portion of it worth Us, 25,000 was now 
A, I), 171)5-1)6. toiktui l)y Govc.rinrumt and the reat was restored to his 
HUH Munftji Angrui. 

[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 

( ) Matters relating to 
( f> ) Saclriv 

( 202 ) Rupees 04,000 of the revenue on account of BdlU Stihotrd, 

due. to Sailaahiva Pandit Sachiv in Pargana Bid and 

A< D ' 177a-7A, Aml)ud, \\-ere received by Government. Out of this 

KupecH 59,074 were adjusted as due to Government by 

the Sachiv on account of his monthly contribution. The remaining 



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amount was also to be adjusted in future payment. But in view of the 
Mogal disturbance in the mahals of the Sachiv, and the scarcity prevail- 
ing therein, as also the heavy expenses of his state, the amount was 
ordered to be adjusted in account as received out of the Nazar of one lac 
of Rupees imposed on Anandrao Chimnaji for being continued in his 
office of K&rbhri to the Sachiv. 




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( 203 ) Tliere being a dispute regarding a field between 2 Desha- 

nrukhs of Pawan Mawal, it was attached. The Sachiv 

A. D. 1773-74. requested in the current year for the matter being trans- 

ferred to him as the land was within his jurisdiction. 

Sis request was granted and Balaji Hari Apte was directed to allow the 

Sachiv to decide the matter and to take the income accruing from 

attachment. . 

( 204 ) Jagannath Dewaji Deshpande of Karyat Mawal removed coir 
siderable property from Sachiv's house at Bhor after 
A, D. 1793*94. R.aghunath Sachiv's death, and crested confusion in 
!- the State* His Watau was attached. , 




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[1] POLITICAL MATTERS. 
( C ) Matters relating to 
( 9 ) Panditrao. 

(205 ) Bamchandra Haghunath represented that his grand-father 
Mudgal Bava was given the office of Panditrao by Shahu 
Mahdraj, that his father'.Raghunath B&fa succeeded him., 
that after Sahu's death the office was conferred by the 
late Ayisaheb on Dhondoha Rarjop&lhya, and that it was now enjoyed by 
his son. Ramchandra prayed that the office might be given to him. Hi& 
prayer was granted,, and orders were issued to Krishnarao Anant tytutalik 
to "Jet the ^duties, viz. worshipping, explaining puran, and teaching 
^It { .Sandjbiy a Morning and evening rites ) to the Raja, be performed by 
Shridliar Dint Yyasa md pliibko ^araye^ Pore on Ramchandra's behalf* 




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[ 1 3 POLITICAL MATTERS. 
( B ) Matters relating to 
( 7 ) Sumant. 

( 208 ) Jiwanrao Yithal was appointed Surnaut in Tisa Stibain. At 

the request of the Peshwa, clothes of honor were given 

A. D; 1785-86. ^ o J^vanrao by the Sattara Baja. Sanads however, 

remained to be issued. Krishnarao Anant Mut^ilik of 

Sattara was requested to cause the Sanads to be issued. 



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f207 ) Bapurao Shivrani Aniatya being dead^ orders wer i 

A. D 1276-77. ^T ^ e continuance of his Saranja'm. to his son 
kantii Baburao, 



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[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 

( C ) Matters relating to 
( 9 ) D&bhade and Graikwad. 

( 208 ) A body of 2250 horse was sent for assistance to Govmclrau 
. D. 1778-74, Graikwad Sena Kh^iskhel Sanisher Bahadur and he was 
asked to pay their salaries, 



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[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 

( B ) Matters relating to 
( 9 ) DabMde & G&kawad. 

( continued. ) 

( 209 ) Certain Shilledars and others having gone over to G-ovmdrao 

Gaikwad, their houses and -watans were ordered to Ibe 

A. D. 1774-75. attached. It was further directed that a watch should 

be kept at the house of these persons, and that, their 

relations should be so treated as to induce them to write to these per- 

sons to return home without delay. . . 




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( 210 ) The Amal belonging to Gaikwad in prant Guzerath was 

A D 1774-75- attacll6d > and made over to Ndro Anandrao for 

management. . 

'- ( ^1 1 ) The office of Sen& Kh'askhel was conferred on Sayajirao Oraika- 

-.;,.:.. ;.. - wad and orders were issued to the officer of Ahmeda- 

A, : i?.U7-7.5-76. Ld,d to prepare seals bearing Say^jirao's name, and to 

send them to hhru 

, <C-212 ) Some Shilledars in the Peshwa's territory having gone over tor 
. ^ _ '_ service to Govindrao Gaikwad and Haidar naik } the 
houses of the former were ordered to be attached. 



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( 213 ) Nimbaji Pandhare liaving joined Govindrao Gaikawad Sen! 

Khasklielj Samslier Bahadur, Ins Inam village was 

A. D. 1776-77. attached. Friendly relations Laving been reestablished 

between Gaikwad and Government^ the attachment 

^as removed. 

< 214 ) Granesli Yishwanath was sent with an army to Ahmedabad to 

A. U; 1776-77. P ut a st P to ^ e ^ urrre l which was going on betweeri 
G-oindrao Gaikwad and Fatesingrao Gaikwad. 




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< 215 ) Manko Shankar was sent to Fateshigrao Gaikwad with tlie 
A. D. 1777-78. same object. 




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( 216 ) The saranjam and AVatan in Prant Gujrat and the dignity 
^ jy 1777-78 ^ ^enakhdskliel enjoyed by Govindrao G-aikwad was 
conferred on- Fatesingrao Gaikwac], 

( 217 ) Ant^i Nagesh was appointed as his ( Gaikwad's ) Majmu on 
A. D. 1777-78. a salary of Rs. 5000. 

( 2? 8 ) Amritrao Appaji -was killed by Arabs while the former had 
gone to Fatesingrao Gaikwad's camp to pay him a visit. 
A. D. 1777-78. Baba'ji Bhikaji and Ragho Bhikaji were appointed to 
take charge of the Pargaria and the town of Ahmed abad 
and were directed to work in harmony. 




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( 219 ) Laxmibai Dabbade wished to adopt a son of Dewising Yish- 

D- 1779-80 w ^ s ^ ao Toke '> as there was no fit P erscm , in * he . famil y- 

Dewising was permitted to give iis son in. adpptiaii^^^ 

( '220 ) Laxmibai was informed that the adoption of Devising B son 

by her should be carried out in accordance witH the 

l>; 1779-80. usua i rites, and that the adopted son would be allowed 

" " to "succeed to her watau and saranjam. 




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221 ) Orders were issued for the attachment of the property am 
T77Qftfy hcmsesof persons, who had gone over for service t 
m9-8a. Fatesingrao Gaikwad, and for keeping under surveillanc 
the femilies of such persons. 




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( 222 ) There is a reference in this Sauacl to the restoration of 
A D 1783-84 friendly feelings between Government and Fatesiugrao 

Gaikwad, Sen^-khaskhel. 

( 223 ) The pargana of Sawli in Prant Gujrath, which was given 
A D l"93-94 ^ u exc ^ ail & e to Fatesiugrao Gaikwacj, was retaken 
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[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 
( 6 ) Matters relating to 

( 10 ) Bhosle of Nagpur. 

( 224 ) Appaji Rdmchandra and Rdmchandra Kesliav were sent to 

mate inquiries regarding the damage caused in tlie 

A. D. 1772-73. country by the army of Mudhoji Bhosle Sena-Dlmrari- 

dhar, and Sabaji Bhosle, and regarding the amount of 

Crhdsddpd levied by them. The Karnavisdars and Jarnidars of Pargarid 

Sind-klied, Chdrthane, Sakhar klaedle, &c,, were directed to furnish correct 

information to them, on the subject. 




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( 225 ) Appajir^m Toeing dead, tlie office of Diwan to SaMji Bhosle 
was continued to his son Kashirao Appaji and a NazW 



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( 226 ) Shivaji Bhosle, Sen4 Sdlieb Subhd, was informed that tl: 

Eaja was graciously pleased to confer on him the offic 

A, D. 1774-75. of g en ^ g^ heb Subh ^ that he had gent dotheflj jeweler; 

a sword, a shield, a seal, and an elephant for being pres 
ented to Shivaji Bhosle in honor of the event and that the presei 
should be accepted on an auspicious day. He was exhorted to be loyal \ 
the Sovereign. 



( 227 ) Government was informed that some persons had come fro] 

Mudhoji Bhosle and that they were enlisting men i 

A. D. 1774-75. his service while professing to do so for the Mogal < 

Shivaji Bhosle. The officers of the provinces wei 

directed to make inquiries in the matter and to attach the houses an 

watans of those Silledars who had gone over to Mudhoji Bhosle and 1 

prevent others from doing so, 




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( 228 ) Yyankatrao KasM, Vakil of MudtoJ Bhosle wlio was in 
79 confinement in the fort of Suva^adurg was ordered to 
" ' be sent to the Huzur. 

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A. D. 1779-80. was previously attached,wasnow ordered to he restosed. 




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( 230 ) A similar order was issued for the restoration of the 
A. D. 1779-80. attached Saranjam of Santaji Bliosle. 

FBOM THE JANARDAN APAJI'S DIAEY. 

( 231 ) Eaghoji Bliosle was informed that the office of Sends^heb 
Subha" was conferred on him. "by the Eaja of Satara and 
A. D. 1779-80. kj-^ ^ should keep good army, administer his province 
and serve Government with devotion, 

( 232 ) On the occasion of presenting Raghoji Bhosle with the title 

of Sena Salieb Subha, an elephant was obtained from. 

A. D. 1784-85. tfawb Nizam Alii to be handed over to E%hoji Bhosle 

Another elephant was now sent to the 
in his stead. 




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< 233 ) The -karjapatti tax having been levied from Kashirao 

Appaji, Dhvan of Shahaji BKosle, by the Government, 

A. D. 1784-85. ^ j atter ^^g re q ues ted to exempt the former from 

.furnishing 24 Sowars for service under the Bhosle, for 
one year. 

( 234 ) At a dinner party given by Baghoji Bhosle Sena Salieb 
A". D. 1778-79 ' Subha, a present of clothes worth Es. 365 was made to 
. Sakharam Bhagwant. 




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A. B. 1777-80. to ShAhji "Bhosle at the latter's tent. 

( 237 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the 
visit to the tent of Mudhoji Bhosle, Sena 

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( 238 ) At the request of Eaglioji Bhosle, Sena Saheb Subha, r 
ntie of the village of Wirale in Pargane Naldurg 
IX. 17 1 7*78. assigned for the expenses of the monument raised 
commemoration of J4noji Bhosle. 




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( 239 ) The portion of sanstlian Gadlie Mandal to the south of Rewa 
was given to Raghoji Bhosle, Sena Saheb Subha. The 
A, D. 1778-79. portion of the sansthan to the north of the river, which 
lately came into the possession of Government, was 
given in Military Saranjani to Khandoji Bhosle, Sena Bahadur. The con- 
ditions attached to the Saranjam were, 

1 that a good army should be maintained, 

1 the Saranjamdar should serve loyally, 

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( 240 ) The Pesliwa paid a visit to Raglioji BHosle, Send Si 
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- ( 241 ) Venbiji Bhosle, Sena Dhurandar, was informed that through 

the intercession of Raghoji Bhcsle, Send, Sabeb Suhha, 

A. D. 1779-80. t h e t i t i e O f Sen4 Dhurandhar together with the Saran- 

jam attached thereto was, in coiiseqence of Mudhoji 

Bhosle's death, conferred on Yenkaji. 

: ( 242 ) The portion of the sansthan Gadhe-Mandal to the south of 

the Re^ra was in sit samanin ordered to be given 'to 

-A. D. 1776-77. Ragliqji Bhosle, and the portion to the north of the 

river to Khandoji Bhosle, Sena Bdliddur, in Military 

Saranjdm. The territory was not however actually made overto-Eag- 

hoji. This was now ordered to be done. 



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A. D. 1779-80. Daulatrao Scindia at their tent. 

< 244 ) The Peshwa went to a dinner-party at Eaghoji Bho- 
A.D. 1779-80. ale's tents. 



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( 245 ) The territory consisting of 16 Mahdls to the south of the 
Rewd sansthdrii in Gadhe Mandalwas ordered by Peshws 
A. D. 1778-70. N&n& Saheb to bemade over to the deceased Bagho; 
Bhosle. The order was not carried out. Raghoji Bhos) 
Send S4heb SuTbha, urged now at Poona for the surrender of the ter 
tory. Having regard to his loyalty^ 12 Mahals, Bachai Bichhiya &c, val 
at rupees. 4 lacs were ordered ta be made over to him. The fort of Cft 
y%ad and mahals worth Rs. 50000 in the neighbourhood, requir 
its expenses, were however retained by Government* 



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( 246 ) Pargane Siwani Hushangabad and the other mahals of Taluka 
Dewagad belonged to Eaghoji Bhosle. Some of them. 
A. D. 1778-79. -were however, usurped by Bbopalkar. Doulatrao. Shi- 
ndia was requested to restore them to Eaghoji BhosJe. 

[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 
( b ) Matters relating to 
(2 )Powar. 

FROM 1STARO APPAJI'S DIARY. 

, . ( 247 ) The person who pretended to be Yeshwantrao Powar was 
A. D. 1Y74-75. sent to fort Batangad for imprisonment. 




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( 248 ) Malharrao Powar and Ms younger brother Yithalrao Powar 

could not live amicably together. The Saranjam ( in 

L B. 1778-7!). p r ^ n t Malva, in Pargana Nevasa &c. ), which stood in 

f , , the name of the former^ was divided between them,, and 

they' were directed to keep up a body of 87 horse and to pay in equal 

proportion the salaries of the officers attached to the Saranjam; Viz. 

Divan, Mujumdar, Fadiiis, Chitnis, Potnis, and Shikenis. Their mother 

Mainabai was informed of the division, and was told that if any of the 

brothers refused to accept the division, his portion should be attached and 

managed by her. 



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rao Powar, orders were issued for dividing the Saran- 
A. 1). 17S7-88. j^ m ( military and personal ) and Inams and Watan's in 
equal proportion between the brothers. 



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( 250 ) Krislmaji Powar^ Sadashiv Powar, and Anandrao Powar 
were entitled under an agreement with the Peshwa to 
receive from the Peshwa 12 per cent of the revenue of 
newly conquered country in Upper India and of the 
tributes levied from Sansthaniks. 

. The Amount was paid as under: 

Es. 2 5 By Tukoji Holkar out of his share, 
7 6 By Government out of their share, 
2 5 By Mahadji Scindia out of his share. 



12 Percent. 

Krishnaji Powar having died, his third share out of the ahove 12 
per cent was ordered to be continued to his sons; Tukoji Powar and 
SaddsMva Powar. Mahadji Scindia was directed to see that 666 Sowars 
( in addition to 951 Sowars for maintaining whom a separate Saranjam. 
was provided ) were sent by them for service under him. ...... 



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( B ) Matters relating to 
( 12 ) Scindia and Holkai". 

. ( 251 ) Clothes were received from Mabadji Scindia and Ttikoji Hoi- ' 

1) 1774-75. ^ ar ^ or t ^ ie ^ ant Peshwd, his mother, and lady ^ 

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( 252 ) Half the revenues of the Mahals of Nemawar, Kataplic 
Satwas, Raj or and Haranganm Avere assigned in Sara 
A. D. 177d-7D. j^ m to Mahadji Scindia. The remaining half was giv 
to Tukoji Holkar. 



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( 253 ) The Kamavisdars of Kha"ndesh and other places were pre- 
viously directed to levy all the Haks and Rusiims and ! 
A. D. 1775-76. l n ms o f Jamindars in the Mahals assigned as military 
Saranjam to Tukoji Holkar. The Holkar having now i 
agreed to pay the amount, the previous orders were cancelled. | 



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( 254 ) Half the Amal ofPargana Raver was hi the preceding 
, . granted in military Saranjam to Tokoji Holkar. Half 

A. 1).' 1776-76. t ] ie revenues of certain other B^bs were now given on 

the same tenure. 

FROM JA.NARDAN APPAJI'S DIARY. 

(255 ) Mahadji Scindia having come to the Deccan, the kurans of 
A T. t^r^ Chas and Ganoren belonging' to Takpir Family were 

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placed at his disposal. 
( -256 VTukoji bin Malharrao Holkar represented that certain villa- 
ges in Prant Zaiisi were given by Dadasaheb for ex- 
A, D. 1776-77. penses a t the grave of his father and the feeding house 
connected therewith at Alampur in Pargana Borchhya 
and requested that the grant might be renewed. His request was com- 

plied with. 



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( 257 ) It was formerly agreed that a territory worth, rupees fi 
lacs should be assigned in Saranjam to Tukoji Holl 
A. D. 1776-77. including the Amal in Pergana Raver that was in ] 
enjoyment. The assignment was now made. 



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( 258 ) An account was struck of the balance due from TukojiH< 
kar for the Babti and Sardeshmukhi Amals of Pra 
A. D. 1776-77. ^^ from A> j) 1767/68 to 1775/76 and Rupees i 
lacs were received from Lini in part payment 
the account. 

( 259 ) Narsingrao Govind and others having collected some Rai 

and soldiers, captured the Thana, of Karkanib. Tut 

A. D. 1777-78. Holkar was about this tune in the vicinity having g( 

on a pilgrimage to Tuljapur, and he was directed 

punish the rebels. Orders were issued for supplying him with 2 pie< 

of cannon. 



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, ( 260 ) One cMlmr of Patilki Inam land was given to Hahadji 

A,D. 1777-78 Scindia bin Rarioji Scindia Patel of Jambgaum in Per- 
gapa Parner at Me request. 



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( 261 ) The Amal of Pargana Bhelse was assigned as military S, 

anjaoi to Mabtidji Scindia. The existing Kamavisc 

A. D. 1777-78. y^j, Directed to hand it over to him, after receiving fr< 

him the amount advanced by the Kamavisdar for s 

&c. to ryots, and the expenses of establishment incurred by 1 

Kamavisdar. 

( 262 ) The Pargana of Khamkhed in Prant Malva was assigr 
A. D. 1777-78. in Military Saranjam to Mahadji Scindia. 



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( 263 ) Mnji Scindia's wife, and his mother-in-law, and fethe* 

law, who were in confinement with G-ang&dhar I 
A. P. 1777-78. m ste were ordered to be released and made 

Mah&dji Scindia. 
( 264 ) The fort of Asher was given to Mahdji Scindia ' 

'A D 1778-79 ^s f ami1 ^ and the P^g^a of 
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( 265 ) Mahadji Scindia requested that the fort Juga situated in the 
bed of the Narbad in Taluka Hande might be given 
A. D. 1778-79. ^ ^j m ^- o ena "b} e hi m to put down the Bhils who were 
infesting the territory along the Narbada. His request 
granted and Naro Balla"! was directed to hand over the fort to him. 
( 266 ) Tukoji Holkar w.as informed that the office of his Fadnie, 



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which wan held by Naro Gancsh, was in the current 
y car C(J uf eiTec [ ()!l Madluivrao Gangddhar and that ser- 
vice should tluTciuro ho accepted from the latter. 
( 267 ) The PargimuH of lilulndcr, Malmmohani,and Khaliisis Fate- 
A. D. 1779-80. pur in Talukn Ztnni of Sanstb&n Dati were given to 
*' : - ' Mahddji Scindia aa Military Saranjd,m. 




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A. B. 1781.82. to be made ouer to Mahadji Scmdia. 




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A D 1781-82 "Wafgaon. Orders were, therefore, issued to supply lai 
with provisions and labourers. 



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A D 1781-82 ^ a( ^ 8 <one to "Wdfgaon on the occasion of the marriage 
ceremony of the former's son. 



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A. D. 1781-82. dia > as Previously directed. It was now ordered to be 
made over to him. 



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A. D. 1792-93. ion of his visit to the palace. 



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( 275 ) Tihe office of Nayabi m connection with the digni 

Mutalik and Amiriil Umrao ( conferred on 
A. D. .1792-9. ^y ^ e Eniperor ) was bestowed on Maha^ 
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A. D. 1792-93. to Mahadji Scindia's tent for dinner. 

( 277 ) Presents were sent by Mahadji Scindia to the Pes! 
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( 278 ) Presents ^vere received on the occasion of the Peshwa's visi 
A. D. 1792-93. to Matadji Scindia's tent on the Gokul Astami festiva 
( 279 ) Presents were received from Mahddji Scindia on the occasif 
A D 1792-93 of the Peshwa's visit to his tent on the previous df 

that is, Falgun Yadya 30 for the Shimga festival. 
( 280 ) The Peshwa visited Mahadji Scindia at his tent on the 
A. D. 1793-94. kul Astami festival. 



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A D 1793-94 n ^y ^ ^ a ^^ Mutaliki and Amirul Umrao was conf-E 

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( 282 ) Daulatrao "Scindia was sent with an army on a campaign, 

4.. D. 1794-95. and presents of clothes and jewellery were made to him. 

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( 284 ) Mahadji Sciudia died at AVanavdi. Some laud near his tor 
was at Dowlatrao Scindia's request assigned for the e 
&. -B. 1795-96. penses connected with a monument raised in meino 
\ of the deceased. 

\ [ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS.' 

/ ( B ) Matters relating to 

( 13 ) Viuchurkar. 

L i). 177A-75. ( 285 ) The fort of Gwalior was entrusted to Shivj 
Yithal. 



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( 286 ) SHivaji Yithal Laving died, his ^ Sardar-ship was coiiterrcd 
A. D. 1793-94, on Ms brother Khanderao Yitlial. 
[ 1 ] POLITICAL MATTERS. 
( B ) Matters relating to 

( 14 ) Patwardhan. 

( 287 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the ^shwa * 
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( B ) Matters relating to 
( 15 ) Sakharam Bapn. 

( 290 ) The wife of Sakharam Bhagwant having given birth 
A. D. 1776-77. child, at Hivra, a present was sent to her. 

( 291 ) Sakhai-am Bhagwant was confined in the fort of Sinha^ 
Orders were issued to provide him with excellent i 
^u D. 1778-79. an( j t place the service of 2 Hamals, and 1 sweepe 
3jis disposal,. 



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( 292 ) The garden at the Sane/am near Poona belonging to. Sakha- 

ram Bhagwant was attached. There are several sanads 

A. D. 1778-79. ( . JU t | a - rt ^^g attaching his Saranjam situated in the 

various districts. 

( 293 ) Orders were issued to give Sakbarrim Bhagwant Re. 1 and 
9 Rupees for his daily alms; twenty eight pieces c 
A., D. 1778-79, go}^ we ighi n g 2j Tolas were sent for heing given, 
him for distribution as ahns an the szjfeqra. day,. 




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( 294 ) Sakharam Bhagwant was sent from fort Sinhagad to 
A. D. 1778-79. Pratapgad. 

( 295 ) A milcli cow and a she-buffalo were sent to fort Prata 

A. I). 1779-80. for the use of the prisoner Sakharam Bhagwant. 

( 296 ) Sanction, was accorded to the expenditure of Rs. 50* 

1779-80 enclosing the room in which Sakharam Bhagwani 

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( 297 ) Trimbak Naniyan Riljebahadar owed one Lac of rupees to 

Sakbarain Bliagwant an actt: of QTcl^r ( bribe ): Maliadji 

1770-80. Scindia waa reqiiested to recover the amount in pay 

ment of the amount clue to him by Government. 
( 298 ) Sakharam Bhagwant died at fort Raigad. His clothes, whicl 
A., D< 1781-82 were received from the fort, were made over to l v< 
family* 



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( 301 ) Reward was given to the attendants who brought news of 
A. D. 1784-85. the birth of a son to Bal&ji Janardan Fadnis. 

( 302 ) Balaji Janardan Fadnis had gone to Yadgiri in the preceed- 
A. D. 1784-85. ing year to visit ISTawab Kizam Alikhan Bahadur. 



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( 303 ) Presents were received from Baldrji Jamirdan Fadnis on the 
A D 1794-95 occasion of a garden party given by him to 

the Peslrwa. 

( 304 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the Peshwa"'s visit 
"A 1) 1794-95 * Balaji Jana*rdan Fadnis' house on the Ganer 
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( 305 ) The Peshwa- went to a dinner party in the Garden of 
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( b ) Matters relating to 
( 17 ) Gliorpade. 

(306 ) Tlie Pesliwii granted to Murdrrao Hiiidurao Ghorpade 
A I) 1775-76 Seiiiipati, villages worth Rs 10000 in Saran jam in Ta 1 

ka Ivopal tiud Taluka Dheirwar. 

( 307 ) Tliree Malials' in Taluka Btigalkot viz. Sidlianatli, Be 7 
Nilgupe were held in Military Saranjam by Dau 1 
Hindnrao Gliorpade on behalf of Murarrao Ghc 
Senapati. The Malials were now retransfer 
Murdrrao. 



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( 308 ) The Taluka of Murarrao Hindurao Gliorpade Mamlacat I 

dar having been usurped by Haider khan, villages wo 

A. D. 17/6-7/. jj )S _ 15000'Avere ordered to be given to him in pargi 

Gokak for his support. 

( 309 ) The Karnavisdar of Thaua-Almele andThaiia" Kadkol i 
1 D 1781-8'' directed to hand over the. Thanas to Maloji Ghorpacle 
agreed upon in the preceding year. 




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( 810 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the Pesh^'s visit 
A, D, 1785-86. to the house of MAloji Ghorpade at the (^fr+3?3qt) festival. 



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( 18 ) Kimbalkar. 
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A. D. 1773-74. an( j ma( ] e oVer to Maloji isTaik ISTinibdlkar. A ICSTazar c 
Rs. one lac was levied. Mudhoji was in consicleratio] 
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( 312 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the Peshwa's 
A. D. 1782-88. to Mahdrao Nimtalkar. 

( -313 ) The Peshwd visited. Janrao Nailc . Nimbalkar of Ft 
A, D. 1793-94. his house.' 



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( 315 ) The following villages were ordered to be made over to the 
lUjit of Karwir as agreed upon in the preceding year- 
A, D, l778-7d-, i ]& OUZ Q Datwdd ( Pfttwdd.) in pargd^e lUyaba'g, Man- 
gaouiin Pargana Kittoor, 1 KoiMgi in Pargane Hukeri, 
1 Nidgudi in Pargane Rayabdg, 
1 1 Kudnoor in Pargane Hukeri. 

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(316 ) The Talukas of Manoli and Chikodi were made over to the 
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Naik Paranjpe -ad- 
vanced moiip/ to Karvir State to enable it to pay to 
Govemi3^ tlleN azar a 8 Teed u P n - The Talukas-of 
-- and Manoli were given to them by the State 
in liquidation of ll/>t.The Mahal that was given to Ramchandra Naik 
was subsequentl/attached by Government. ^ 

( 318 } T2ie treaty was being concluded with the Kolhapur Rdja 
' through Mahadji Scindia. It was agreed in the treaty 
that Hanmantrao Mankeshwar, a prisoner of Govern- 
ment should be released. Parashram Pandit Pratinidhi 
therefore requested to send him under escort to fort Purandar. 
( 319 ) The following subjects of the Kolhapur Raja, who weiv 
imprisoned by Government were ordered to be-se 
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'2 Jayiiirn Bhagwailt. 
3 Yenkatrao Mane. 

( 320 ) Rs. 200 are debited UB paid for the expenses of Balivji Bam 
come ^ roin ^ ie Klhaur R^{ to settle the 



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terms of a treaty. 

( 321 ) Dadaji Naik Todilkar and other Sardiirs cf the forfc of MaL, 

van agreed through Rayajt Naik Borkar to surrender 

A. D. 1781-82. t ] ie f or t to Government. They were informed that in 

case the fort was surrendered, all that ttey enjoyed 

under the Karvir Raja would be continued to them and that tlity would 

be suitably rewarded. 

( 322 ) A treaty was concluded by Government with the Maha>&^ 

of Karvir by which it was agreed that Taluka Chikodi 

A. D. 1781-82. anc i other villages given to Government in repayment 

of loans should be restored to the Karvir State, Yithal 



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Sliestuklri and RamcLandra Narayan standing security for the portion 
of tlie loan remaining unpaid. The villages of Munoli, Shirdlen and 
others^ mortgaged in the preceding year by the Mahdrajd, were also agreed 
to be restored to the Ra" ja\ 

( 323 ) The fort of Bhudhargacl was also agreed to be snrrendert 
A, D. 1781-82. to him. 





FROMHARIRAOPANDURANG'S DIARY. 
' (324 ) The Tliana of Akiwat in Prant Rayabag and the Thana of 
-- - Shiralen which belonged to the Karvir State were in. 

A. D. 1781-82. f.]^ preceding y ea r besieged and taken by Parashram 
Rarnchandra. Sortie land was given in Inam to a deity 
in fulfilment of vows made for the surrender of the posts. ' -, - 



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( 325 ) In conformity with a treaty entered into with the Kolha*Ty 

Rdja, the posts and villages taken from him in 
A. D. 1781-82. preceding year by Parashram Rdmchandra were ord 

to be restored to the Ra"ja". 

( 326 ) News was received of the birth of a son to the R 
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( 327 ) The Havaklar of fort Bhudhargad reported that the ni< 

in the fort were not trustworthy and that they did 11 

A. D. 1785-86. get tlieir f am iii es i n ^ f ortj He further stated tb 

about 2000 men of the Kolhapur Baja were collect 
in the neighbourhood at Kadegani and that there wus a likelihood 
their attacking the fort. Parashram RanicLandra was ordered to trar 
fer the men if they were undtrustworthy, to send assistance to the fc 
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( 328 ) The receipt of Es. 4J Lacs paid by the Karvir Raja to 
A. D. 1791-92 Pariishram liamchanclra on "behalf of the Peshwa for 
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( b ) Matters relating to 
( 20 ) Nizani. 

( 329 ) The Nawab Nizam AllikhanBah&dur having fixed his camp at 
D i"74 75 Aurangabad a kuran ( grass land ) Mhaismal Pahad in 

Pargana Takli was placed at his disposal. 

( 830 ) The levy of the Anial of ' Kasar ' iu Parganas Chitgtipe,| 

Udgir, Malki, Nitur and others was given up in coti-f 

A. D. 1771-57. sideration of the friendly relations with the Nawa'bl 

Nizani Allikhan Bahadur. The Kamavisdars appointed! 

for the Amal were withdrawn. | 



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( 332 ) On the I7th of Jilkad the Nawab was invited to a di 




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A. D. 1774-75. to him and Rtikujat Doula by Government and 
, Balaji Jandrdan and Sakha" ram Bhagwaiit. 



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( 333 ) A jahagir of Rs. 55204-1-6 in Pargand Walunj, Khan^pur 
and Haweli Daulatab^-d was given to Nizam Allikhdn 



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('334 ) The fort of Daa]atdbd.d was ordered to be made over to 
A. D. 1774-75. Jfawdb Nizam Alliklian- 

FROM JANARDAN APAJPS DIARY. 

( 335 ) Shankardjirdm was ordered to make over the fort ofDaulata- 
A. D. 1775-76 b^d to Haibat Jung and Mohomed Araf on behalf of 

Nizam Allikh^-n Bahadur. 




( 336 ) The Jahagir Amal of Shendurni in SarkaY Asher was made 
A. D. 1775-76. over to Nawa"b Niza"m Allikhdn Bahadur. 

( 337 ) The Mahal of Vaizapur was in the current year made over 
A. D. 1775-76. to the Nawab. 

( 338 ) The Jahagir Amal of Pargana" Warangaon in Sark&r Asher 
A. D. 1775-76. wa s given to Nawa"b Nizam Allikhan Bahadur. ': 

( 339 ) The Jahagir Amal in certain villages of Pargand Newase 
was conferred by the Nawd,b an Dhondoram, the Pesh^. 
A. D. 1775-76. wa ' s a g en ^ a t jjjg cour t^ and was made over by Dhondo, ; 

to Government. Dhondo having left office, the Amaf 
was reclaimed by the Nawdb. It was ordered to be restored to him. 



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( 340 ) Pargana Pangaon was taken from Kaw^b Nizdm AllikLdn 
A. D. 1776-77. Bahadur and his Jahagir Amal of Tarf Mahur and of 
other, places was made over to him in exchange. 




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A: : B. 1776-77. to Government by the ISTawab:' '- ' "' 

( 342 ) Thie Pargana of Gandapur excepting the village 'of 'Sure'-' 
A D 1776-7r ~' g auin was i 11 tne preceding year given in Jahd/gir to 
the Nawab. _:' ' ' ... '.'.-;. . ' . .'." 

.- - (343 ) TEe Jahagir~Ainal of Pargand Grd,ndaptir . was niade."pvelr to 
......... the Na-wab. The person who had the office of TW 

A. P. 1777-78. ( accountant ) in connection with" this Amal was trans- 
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( 344 ) The Chautliai Araal in Pargan&s Nirmal, Tembhurni, Eajur 
Kusbet, Wole, aud M^kad.e was granted to Jabitjanga, 
A. D. 1777-78. Jafradoula, Mubarul Mulukh Bahadur, a loyal servant 
of the Nawa"b,, in consideration of his friendly attitude 
towards G-overnment, and in consideration of the feelings of sincere friend- 
ship existing between Government and the Nawab. 

( 345 ) The Jah&gir Amal of Pargana Dhoki in Sarkar Naldurg aj 

of Tarf in Pargaria Dharoor conferred on Rul 
A. D. 1779-80. dowle Bahddur by the preceding Peshwd in A. D 176 f 

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A. D. 1779-80. ky him on the JaMgir worth Rs. 2 lacs in Pr&nt Kd 

bestowed on Nawb Gazuddikhan Vizir. 
( 347 ) Tukoji Holkar and Mahadji Scindia were deputed in T 

sabain to escort DacMsaheb to Za"shi. On the way 
A. D. 1779-80. arm i es levied Grh&sdana in cash from the Mahals i 
Aurangdbad belonging to the Nizam. The Nizdm ni 
a claim for the money paid, The claim was allowed. 



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if A. D. 1782-88. j an g son of Nawa~b Nizjim Allikhan. 

<fi ( 349 ) Presents were received on the occasion of the Peshwa's visit 

A.l,:i782.88. to Poladjang ( NiZ^iri's son ) at his tent. 






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( 351 ) Two pieces of cannon were ordered to be sent to Ajimat- 

doula and ftafatudoula Bahadur who were deputed by 

A. D. 1785-86. Naw ^ b Nizdm Allikh ^ n B ahddur to protect the fort 

of Pardnda*. 
.. ( 3p 2 ) A. present of clothes was sent to the Peshwa" and his wife 

i"T>"T7*Q-ffA - b ^ Naw4b Niz4m 'AHikhAn, Mainut Daula Dasi Begam, 
A. D. 1789-90. on the occasion of the ( nftro ) ceremony of the 
Pes,nw's wife. . 



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Jahao-ir Amal of PargaM Indur, and Pargana Boodliun 
- A* D. 1794-95. in Handed, the JaMgir Amal of Pargand Mhesin SirUr 

NAnded, the Jaliagir Amal of Par^a Handle m Sar- 
Hr Paxande; aad the Jahdgir Amal of Pargar^ Pangaunj .teibuhehe 
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A. D. 1794-95. llis Jan agir Amals, which were .attached, were ordered I 
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Peshwi's territory and caused much loss in Tdlukas 

96: Bdgalkot, Jdliha"!, and Nandwfldgi. Dhondo Bal]d,l 

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( b ) Matters relating to 
( 21 ) Chief of Janjird, 

FROM.NARO APAJI'S DIARY. 

( 357 ) The Shamal of Janjird havingjproceeded to ITnderi, ord( 
were issued for sending 100 men to the place fr< 
.' Prant Rajpuri. 

( 358 ) The Mamlatdars of Birwadi and Rd.jd.puri were directed 

act up to the instructions issued in the preceding y< 

A. D. 1774-75. for giving effect to a treaty concluded with the 

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( 359 ) Two ships carrying rafters belonging to the Chief of Janjira 
were caught while returning to Bombay by Anandrao 

A. D. 1774-75. Scindia. Having regard to the friendly relations existing 
between Janjirkar and the Government, the ships were 

ordered to be released. 

( 360 ) Clothes and pearl-ornaments were sent as a present to the 
A. D. 1774-75. son of Ararat Panah Kha~njahkud khan of Janjira". 




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( 361 ) Some of the men of the Habsi of Janjira, who had come to 

A r> i77s 7*t Create a distm> kance in Mawal were arrested by the 
77 b ' ^cers of fort Korigad(Gadkaris?). Ganesh Earn Dafcfcr 
interviewed the Habsi in the matter, and informed Govern- 

Tf ^ ^ men W6nt t0 M ^ Wal thr Ug|1 Some mi ^<*erstanding, and- 
- had been taken to prevent any such occurrence in future. The 
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A D. 1778*79. Tdluka Eslygad, arrangements ivere aaade.to send ad- 
ditional force to the T^luka. 

( 368 ) The Shimal of Janjira was troubling the people in Tarf 

R,tyga4 for the recovery of the Chouth^i Amal. The 

A, D. 1778^79. officer of Ba"ygad was directed to invite the agent of 

the Sh&nal to a conference and to conclude a treaty 

with the Sh&mal, if he could he induced to relinquish his claim for a 

cash payment of Es. 4,000 or Es. 5^000 every year, to be paid by' 

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( 364: ) There was a disturbance of the Sh&nal in Tahika Birvadi. 

A. D. 1781-82. 

( 365 ) There being a disturbance of the Shamal in Mawal, 2 per- 

sons were ordered to be sent from Korigad to protect 

A. D. 1781-82. ^ e house of Ramchandra Anant Karkun ; at Awalas in 

Tarf Paud Khore. ; 

( 366 ) A battle was fought between some men of Government and 
D. D. 1781-82. the Shamal Janjirkar, near Danda 



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( 367 ) Govindrao and Chimria'ji Miinkar were formerly directed. to 

gain over the followers of Sha"mal Janjirkar. About 

A. D. 1781-82. iQQ or 125 men were thus gained over, and permission 

was granted to their employment under Government in 

Pra"nt Rajpuri. 

( 368 ) Bhikaji Govind Thosar was sent with a present :of 'clothes 




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worth lis. 200 in connection with, the marriage cere- 
mony of a son of YAkudklid.ii Sliamal Janjirkar, 
( 369 .) A treaty was concluded between Government and the Janjir* 
kar in the preceding year. It was therefore ordered 
A, B. 1786-87. t ] iat O fji c ers of Government should supply officers 
of the Janjirkar living in Government territory, with 
fuel, vegetable &c, as usual without obstruction. 

. ( 370 ) It was further ordered that the Government 'officers of 
Taluka Raygad, BirwAdi, RewadancU, and Rajapuri 
should administer the villages in the revenues of which 
the Janjirkar had a share conjointly with the officers 
of the Janjirkar. 



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( 371 ) It was agreed in a treaty between Groveriiinent & Janjirkar 

that ships belonging to Janjirkar or possessing his per- 

A. D. 1786-87, m j^ should not be molested by the ships of Government, 

and that they should be allowed to trade with the 

Government territory on payment of the usual taxes, and that 

belonging to the Janjirkar captured by Government vessels after 

22 nd of Jillej in A. D. 1785/86, the date of the treaty, should 

restored to the Janjirkar and vice versa. 




( 372 ) In the treaty concluded with the Janjirkar, on the 22 n 

of Jillej in the preceding j^ear, it was settled that th 

A, D. 178G-87. Janjirkar should hear the expenses incurred by hir 

on account of the Peshwa's men atMatgad &c. and tha 

the Peshwa should bear the expenses incurred by him on account c 

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( 373 ) The Pargaria of Satragaum in G-ujrath excepting certain 
A D 1790-91 villages was ordered to be made over to Khan Azam 
Siddhi Abdul Karim Yakudkhan Habshi of Janjird,. 

( 374 ) Chhotcmiya' and Siddhi Esuf, brother of Balumiya Shamal of 

Janjira", and others who were prisoners at Rd,yagad 

A. D. 1790-91. were ordered to be brought to Poona and handed over 

with all their effects to Bahirao Baghun^th Mehendale. 



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additional men were ordered to be entertained. 
( 376 ) A JaMgir worth EB. 75,000 was agreed to be granted "to 

. 1793-94. ! ldd fi h ' Kaiim Kh ^ of Jyirtf. A territory worth 
JBs. 60 000 was given in Pargana Satragaum ( *wfo ) 
Ihe villages of Wasan, Kotha, Karod, Kotwd Sarai khud 

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( 379 ) Baldji Kagliunath Karkoon joined in the Conspiracy of 

A. D. 1777-78. MAn^ji Scinde and went over with him to the side of 

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( 380 ) The Peth and Kasha* in Pargand, Dhanvar Avere pillaged dur- 
A. D. 1777-78. ing the revolt of Haidar Naik. 

( 381 ) Bachaji Vishvanath Avas sent into the province of Chikodi 

Avith instructions to recover any Thanas or villages 

A. D. 1778-79. taken by Haidar Naik and to attach the property of 

persons who might be found to have gone over to him 

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( 383 A letter was sent to Naw&b Haiclar Allikhdn acknowledgu 
A. D. 1770-8H. receipt of the following amounts of tribute sent by 1 
R*. 200,000 Through BliukanjiDewa sfivkar. 
Ks. Do Sent by Haddarkhau on board an 

lish ship. 

RH, 994,952-4. Through Bdjirao Govind. 
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( 384 ) Clothes worth Bs. 1,250 were received as presents from 
A. "D. 1782-83. Nawab Haidar Allikhan Bahadur. 

( 385 ) Krishnrao Narayen Joshi was sent to Nawab Haidar Allikhan 
A. D. 1788-84. in A. D. 1780/81. 



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EROM THE HARI BALLAL'S DIARY. 

( 086 ) A treaty wa,s formerly entered into with Nawib Haidai 1 
Allikliilu Bahiidur tlirougii Balaji Janardan, Hari 
Balld], MaluVljirao Scindia,, Anandrao Bhik^jirao Raste, 
and Krishnavao Ballal. After that treaty some mis- 
Understanding arose between the 2 Powers owing to the conduct of Kalo 
Bahirao of fof t Narguncl. Tipn Sultan now sent Badrudin Jamalkban 
Bahadur and Alii Raja 4 to Tukojirao Holkar and Gangadharrao Bhikaji- 
rao Raste to propose that the 2 Governments should continue- on terms 
of friendship according to the original treaty. The original treaty was 
accordingly ratified. The tribute had remained in arrears for the 4 years, 
at the rate of Rs. 12 lacs a year. The net amount due on this account 
was proved to be Rs. 45 lacs to the satisfaction of Badru. Jarna'khan 
Bahadur and Alii Raja. Tipu was requested to remit it as also the 
amount of tribute for the year A. D. 1786/87 in the month, of Shravan 
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[A. D. 1787-88. 1 JJ a ^\^ T ^ Iuk * of ^wani which was to be conti 
nued to ISTawab Nizam Allikhan Bahadur, as before 

ui uie resnwa in the confinempnf- nf T4^^^ i ^^^ , j vv "^ 

and vice wr^ A , t ,', ment otl Woo should be released 
and vKe.ersa. And that the fort of Badami and the territory 
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A r> i7r 7 Naw4b Mz ^ m Allikh ^ n Bahadur, and Nawab Tippoo 
' Suitfci Bahadur, by which the Powers bound them- 
selves to live on terms of friendship with each other 
and to unite together to defend themselves against outsiders. 

( 389 ) The territory belonging to Tippoo which was taken by the 
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( 31)0 ) As agrc.cd iifc tlu 1 - treaty, orders were issued for the release 

oi'Tippoo vStilUin's subject* who were under imprison- 
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A r> i7rftv the capture of Eitindurg from Tippoo was ordered to 

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be released. 

( 393 ) Tahibi Nargund belooging to Vyankatrao Bhiskar was 
{brmcrly taken by Tippoo. It was now surrendered 
A. 1). 1780-87. by hi m to Government, and was given in charge of a 
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( #!M ) KM. 7,| Lues were received from Nawab Tippoo Sultan 
AD 17B8-K") Buluidm 1 in part payment of the tribute due from him 
for -1 years. 

( MI) ) Ks. J2 Lues were received from Tippoo Sultd.ii on account 
D. D. WO-'Jl. of tribute for the year A, D, 1786/87. 




(396) ParashramShriuivasPratinidhijRagliund.tlirao Chiinnaji Sachi 
*Abaji Krishna Prat inidhi and Subrao (Baburao) Krish] 
A. D. 1790-91. Amatya were informed that a campaign had been cl 
cided on against Tippoo in the current year and we 
requested to send gunners ( numbering 400, 300, 300 and 150 respe 
tively ) in charge of efficient Sardars to Grtuipatrao Jiwaji who w 
despatched from the Huzur to join the army which had proceed 
to Kamatic. 

FROM THE MTJTALIK'S DIARY. 

( 397 ) The villages in Pargansi Huskota which were in the poss* 
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A. D. 1791-92. belonging to Tippoo were also attached. 

( 400 ) In the treaty concluded with Naw&b Tippoo Sultau Balis 
A. D. 1790 a i)- by the 3 Powers, it was agreed, that Tippoo should 
1791. (? 2 ; to the three powers- 




RB. 33,000,000 and half the portion of his territory. Half the sum 
agreed upon ivas paid now and the remainder was agreed to be paid 
in a year. The territory handed over by Tippoo was in all worth 
3,950,098 lions and it was divided among the three Powers as follows. 
Hons. 1,316,765 The Government of the English Company. 
1,316,666 The Government of Nawah Nizam Allikhan. 

Bahddur. 

1,306,666 The Government of the Peshwl 
The details of the Parganas included in each share are given in 
the original. 



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( 401 ) A treaty of peace having been concluded between Govern- 

ment and Tippoo Sultan, the forts and Mahals of the 

A. D. 1791-92. latter taken by Government were ordered to be restored 

to him. 
( 402 ) The fort of Tyarandurg, taken from Tippoo, was ordered 



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( 403 ) Parashram HAmchandia was directed to restore to Tippoo 
A. D. 1791-93. the Mahals formerly taken from him. The details of the 
Mahals are given. 




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( 404 ) A treaty of perpetual friendship was entered into in the 
previous year, with Tippoo, by the Peahwd, the English, 
A. D. 1792-08. ftnd Naw&b Niz . lm Allikhan Asabjaha Bahddur. It was 
agreed that Tippoo should pay a certain tribute to the 
three Powers. Out of this tribute, half the amount due to the Peshwa', was 
paid in their camp. The remainder was agreed to be paid in three in- 
stalments. The first instalment was Rs. 1,833,333-6 which was received 
on this date. The second instalment amounting to the same figure is 
credited in the diary of 23rd Sawal of this year. The third instalment 
amounting to the same figure is credited in the diary of 5th Jilkad of 
the next year. 




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( 405 ) In the treaty concluded with Tippoo, a portion of 
Gajendragad valued at Sons. 5,883 fell to the share of the Peshwd and 

A D 1792 93 the mt f the Tdluk ^ to Nawdb Niz Allikhdn. A 
portion of the Nawab's territory being forcibly occu- 

T i . Pie< ! by Daulatrao Hindnrao Ghorpade, the 
complained, Ghorpade was ordered to surrender the territor^ 



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( b ) Matters relating to 
( 23 ) Emperor. 

( 406 ) Purusliottam Mahadeo and Devrao Mahadeo were appointed 
ambassadors at Delhi and other places in Hindustan; 
A. D. 1775-76. an( j Mahadaji Scinde and Tukoji Holkar were directed 
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( 408 ) Purusbottam Mabadeo was *nt to the Emperor atD-ellii, and 

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( 411 ) BiUtiji Govind Mamlatdiir of Pnint Buudelkhand was directed 

to send owe good elephant immediately to Dewrao 

A, D. 178C-87. Mahadeo Hingne for being presented to the Emperor 

( of Delhi ). 

( 412 ) Mirja" Muzfar, Shahdjade, was staying at Gardound. Half a 
A. D. 1789-90. kuran was assigned for his horse. 

( 413 ) Present was received from Mirza Muzjar Bakhat Shahajjide 
A. D. 1795-9G. w ho was at Gdrdound. 




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156 


143 


8 


3000 


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156 


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of 


for 


170 


151 


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value 


value 


179 


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186 


162 


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195 


168 


1 


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M&waji 


195 


108 


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name 


home 


195 


168 


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clothing 


collecting 


196 


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naval, 


naval 


196 


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179 


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(b) 


238 


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311 


266 


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lakh 


318 


267 


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Phaltari 


314 


268 


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Faltan 


Phaltan 


318 


273 


7 


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275 


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329 


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363 


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A. D. 


369 


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A'egetables 


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315 


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Jillej 


Jillhej 


371 


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vice versa 


vice versa 


372 


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Jillhej 


374 


317 


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Bahirao 


Bahiro 


376 


318 


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kliud 


khurd 


378 


319 


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Shrriangpattaria Shrirangpattan 


379 


320 


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379 


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Alii. His 


382 


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386 


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lacs lakhs 


395 


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lacs lakhs 


396 


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398 


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Tarf Talnkas 


400 


336 


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336 


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1791(?2 ) (1791-92) 


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400 


337 


5 


Hons. Hones. 


404 


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in their in 


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Sawd-1 * of Sawal 


406 


347 


5 


Hindustan Hindustha'n 


406 


347 


6 


Maha"daji Soinde Mahadji Scindia 


410 


350 


3 


Shalm Shh 


410 


350 


4 


Hingane Hingne 


411 


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2 


one a 


412 


351 


5 


G^rdound Gardhond 


413 


351 


7 


Muzjar Bakhatr Muzfar Bakht 


413 


351 


8 


G&rdound Gardhond.