Add. 7801 (St. Pancras, British Library)
1 copy of Jarūnnāmah by Qadrī
A mas̲navī on the taking of Jarūn (Hormuz) from the Portuguese by Imām Qūlī Khān
Imām Qūlī Khān, son and successor of Allāh Virdī Khān, Beglerbegi of the Province of Fars, captured Hormuz, after a seige of two months, in the 36th year of the reign of Shāh ‘Abbās I, which is AH 1032 or AD 1622
Subsequent addition folios 59-65 contains a record of the cruel execution of that general and children by Shāh Ṣafī, which took place in AH 1043 or AD 1633
Appended is a fragment of a poem on Shīrīn and Khusraw, folios 66-70
Four gold-ruled columns
Imām Ḳulī Khān's soldiers in boats repulsed by the Portuguese at Hurmuz.
The taking of Hurmuz (1623) by Imām Ḳulī Khān and his army. (Latin inscription round the fortress).
The blazing Hurmuz defended by Portuguese.
Imām Ḳulī Khān in a boat.
Imām Ḳulī Khān meeting a Portuguese deputation (damaged).
The survivors mourning the members of their family who were executed (1633).
Imām Ḳulī Khān taking leave of his sons before they were executed.
Imām Ḳulī Khān's death mourned by his family. (Inscription "azīz-i mīr" over his favourite wife.)