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English: Engraving of [[:en:Mir Taqi Mir|Mir Taqi Mir]] by [[:en:Richard Earlom|Richard Earlom]], after [[:en:Johann Zoffany|Johann Zoffany]], Colonel Mordaunt's Cock Match , painted in 1786; Zoffany accompanied [[:en:Warren Hastings|Warren Hastings]] in 1784 to Nawab [[:en:Asaf-ud-Daulah|Asaf-ud-Daulah]] at [[:en:Lucknow|Lucknow]].
Date 1786
Author Richard Earlom


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