The author is appointed to an office under the Political Agent in Káttiawár. He talks about the Nágar Bráhmans and his resignation from office in order to accompany Captain W.J. Eastwick. Mr Erskine presents the author a certificate and a Kashmír shawl. The author finds three unexpected companions and leaves Rájkót. He describes the Jám of Nowanagar, Dharol, the merry Governor of Juria Bandar, speculations of the Sindhis as to the author's purpose in coming to their country, and his march to Tatta.
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