[Mysore; Buckshee] Autograph Letter Signed Nursuppah [Indian language name also] to Major Brine, Royal Engineers [...] Bangalore.

Nursuppah [Nursuppa], Buckshee [Paymaster] to H.H. the Maharajah of Mysore
Publication details: 
Mysore, 22 April 1867 [conceivably 9].
SKU: 23570

Three pages, 8vo, large handwriting, staining along fold marks, small closed tear at centre, text legible. Your welcome telegram to Dr [Renton?] here has been with much pleasure received by His Highness the Maha Rajah of Mysore.- In reply I am directed by His Highness the Maha Rajah, to ascquaint you that a letter from Dr Campbell, intimating all about your good self, has been received by the last Mail - Now the Maha Rajah most anxiously looks forward to have an interview with you & Dr Campbell. House is kept ready for your reception.- A Carriage and horse from His Highness are at your disposal and I beg you will take advantage of them to come into Mysore as comfortably as possible.[...]. The date of writing looks like 1867 (see image] but the seven could be a 9 (the watermark appears to be earlier than both), making it problematical which Rajah is referred to, the old (died 1868) or the successor. Note: The Dr Campbell mentioned is presumably the durbar physician, devoted friend and champion of H.H. Krishna Raja Wadiyar III.