What sends shivers up an Indian potentate's languid spine is the nightmare that Britain may some day confiscate his realm. Last week to the Emir of Khairpur came a messenger with worst tidings.
The Emir was informed that his State, the only one unconfiscated in the great province of Sind, was then & there confiscated by the Government of Bombay under orders from Viscount Willingdon, new Viceroy of India.
The reason was crisp, British. According to the decree of confiscation, "H. H. Mir Ali Nawaz Khan Talpur, Emir of Khairpur, has been guilty...