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Abstract:
Described by Abdu'l-Baha as a few Tablets revealed for believers in Persia; if they are translated and spread in the West it will not be without effect ... Print them and circulate them amongst the believers in all those parts. [paraphrased from intro]
Notes:
The translators' names are not given, but the line on page 1 "translated by M. A. E." would be M. Ahmad Esphahani, i.e. Mirza Ahmad Sohrab, and "translated by A. K. K." on the last page would be Ali Kuli Khan.

Tablets Containing Instructions

by Abdu'l-Bahá

translated by Ahmad Sohrab.
Ali-Kuli Khan.
1906
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