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In 1763 bring of the Supreme Council at Calcula, he with one more was appointed to treat with MEER lossım, and remained a voluntary hollage, that his senior and others of his countrymen mnight be allowed to leave. Patna, where by the Tyranis order he was murdered October ihe 3 1763 ,
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