Judgment by the Hon'ble Sir Joseph Arnould in the Kojah Case, Otherwise Known as the Aga Khan Case, Heard in the High Court of Bombay, During April and June, 1866: Judgement Delivered, 12th November 1866
Printed at the "Bombay Gazette" Steam Press, 1866 - Islamic renewal - 23 pages
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