from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See killut.
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In consequence of the said complaint, the board did, in their letter to the Resident of the 11th of the same month, desire him "to make inquiry respecting the nature of the kellaut, and invest him with _one of the same sort_, on the part of this government, instead of that which they formerly described to him."
_kellaut_, (or robes,) with which he was to be invested according to their order, "_is not of the same kind_ as that which he received from the late Vizier on the like occasion."
(charters or patents) for his zemindary, and the _kellaut_, (or robes of investiture,) in all the proper forms; but on the 1st of October, 1775, the Rajah did complain to the Governor-General and Council, that the