A letter from the department of the south of the Ministry of the Interior concerning a woman's petition about two of Sardar Jang Kashani's men named Sayyid Husayn and Sayyid Muhammad who had been imprisoned.
Regarding Mihr Mah Khanum's petition
A report from the Ministry of Justice to the Majlis, concerning Mihr Mah Khanum's petition against the beneficiaries of the deceased Hajj Mirza Fakhar. Displeased with the court's verdict, Mihr Mah Khanum went to the court and insulted the members. Consequently, she was ordered to be jailed, but she was forgiven, but then took to spreading falsehoods. The second document is the Majlis's response to her.
Letter concerning a theft from Mirza Ahmad Mustawfi's house
Letter concerning a theft from Mirza Ahmad Mustawfi's house, finding of the stolen goods with wife of Muhammad Karim and her arrest, hence Muhammad Karim's sit-in at the mosque. The expression of satisfaction upon the arrest of the suspects on the top right margin of the letter might be from Muhammad Shah.
Petition of Kulsum Khanum to Majlis
Sayyid Mirza Aqa Fakham al-Mulk's wife claimed that Rukn al-Mamalik, the head of the Court of Appeals, forcibly imprisoned her husband in a royal warehouse and that because it was an unofficial arrest, the police do not know her husband's whereabouts.
Regarding the petition of Mirza Riza Kashani's wife
Mirza Riza Kashani's wife wrote to the Majlis that her husband was falsely accused of forgery and put in jail and was poisoned and killed while in jail. She asked the Majlis to investigate his death and return the documents that indicate her children's rights over his heritage and property.
Fragment of a report related to Mirza Hashim Khan's sit-in at the British Embassy
A two-page fragment of a report, related to Mirza Hashim Khan's sit-in at the British Embassy, protesting the detention of his wife, Parvin Khanum, in her brother's house.
Suffragettes' sentences, 1910
Sixteen suffragettes have been sentenced to one or two months of imprisonment for their involvement in breaking the windows of government buildings
Confidential report by ‘Imad al-Dawlah
A secret report by ‘Imad al-Dawlah in which he expresses his great concern about the presence of forty high ranking Shiite clergymen in Qazvin, who believe themselves to be in charge of the people of the area and as a result, take their endowments and belongings. He also writes about the death of Mirza ‘Abd al-Karim (the court's trustee and the accountant of Qazvin), whose riches have gone to the Shaykh al-Islam of Qazvin, as a result of his lacking an elder son. The Shaykh al-Islam also hopes to marry the widow of the deceased. Mirza ‘Abd al-Karim also owed tax money to the writer, which the Shaykh al-Islam refuses to pay. He writes that the people of Qazvin have revolted against him in an effort to bring ‘Izz al-Dawlah back to the government of Qazvin. The writer also talks about Ghiyas Nizam, Shaykh al-Islam, and Sayyid Muhammad Tunikabuni, who together, in an attempt to provoke people against the writer, have plundered the belongings of Qahriman Khan (the supervisor from Bakandi) and imprisoned his wife, and that the writer was unable to set her free. The write also states that Tunikabuni has declared jihad against him. He also writes that Tunikabuni and Nur ‘Ali (the village chief) have worked together and divided stolen items between themselves. Finally, the writer reminds the recipient that the Royal Camp will arrive in Qazvin soon and that, in order to prevent any difficulty, they need to resolve the problems caused by Muqbil al-Saltanah, Ghias Nizam, and Shaykh al-Islam (who have a hostile relationship with Sipahsalar) before the arrival of the King.
Regarding Balqays Khanum's petition
Correspondence about Balqays Khanum's petition regarding her nephew, Muhammad. Balqays writes that Muhammad was falsely accused of murder. Therefore, she sought help to save him.
Killing of man convicted of rape, 1911
He was shot by the police while attempting to escape confinement.
- D Reset
- Iran-i naw -- Women in other countries(5)
- Majlis Document Center(4)
- Iran-i naw -- Women in the city and miscellaneous news(4)
- Iran-i naw -- Letters of women to Iran-i naw(3)
- Institute for Iranian Contemporary Historical Studies(2)
- Bahman Bayani(2)
- Majlis Document Center -- Farmanfarma documents(1)
- Jamal Radfar(1)
- Fakhr al-Dawlah Amini (Qajar)(1)
- Amir Hossein Nikpour(1)
- ‘Aliriza Khan ‘Azud al-Mulk (Nayib al-Saltanah)(1)
- ‘Ali Khan Zahir al-Dawlah(1)
- ‘Ali Asghar Khan Atabak Amin al-Sultan(1)
- ‘Abd al-Husayn Mirza Farmanfarma(1)
- Zubaydah Khanum Amin Aqdas (1)
- Parvin Khanum(1)
- Muhsin Khan Mu'in al-Mulk (Amin al-Dawlah)(1)
- Mirza Hashim(1)
- Mirza Hasan Mustawfi al-Mamalik(1)
- Masha Allah Khan Sardar Jang Kashani(1)
- Ashraf al-Muluk Amini (Fakhr al-Dawlah)(1)
- Aqa Mirza Masʻud Shaykh al-Islam(1)