XIX-. XX .

5.4. - - 1913 .

IOR: MSS Eur F. 80/194

I asked L?nchen Shatra whether he received any reply from Lhasa regarding the treaty between Tibet and Mongolia. He replied in the affirmative and said that the L?nchens at Lhasa wrote to him saying that the Dalai Lama never uthorized Dorjieff to conclude any treaty with Mongolia. The letter given to Dorjieff while the Dalai Lama was on his way to China was one simply authorizing him to work for the benefit of the Buddhist religion. It is the custom of the Tibetans to write to everybody asking for help; for instance similar requests were also frequently made in the letters written to myself. Unfortunately the draft of this letter to Dorjieff cannot be traced now and it is feared that it was destroyed, when the Yutok house was burnt down, as the Yutok Chikyab Khenpo was in charge of the records of the paper relating to the tour of the Dalai Lama in China. The Tibetan Government sent to L?nchen Shatra the draft of the letters written to the Tsaidam and Kokonor people and to the Chiefs and Lamas of Mongolia in reply to their letters congratulating the Dalai Lama on his safe return to Tibet. [The above is the gist of the L?nchens reply.] I enclose herewith a translation of the drafts. They show the close relation[s] subsisting between Tibet and Mongolia, treaty or no treaty.

Sir H. McMahon.

| China (1/5) | Dalai Lama (1/5) | Dorjieff (1/4) | Kokonor (1/2) | Lhasa (1/4) | Lonchen (1/2) | McMahon (1/1) | Mongolia (1/2) | Tibet (1/7) | Tsaidam (1/2) | Yutok (1/1) |

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Andrey Bazarov and Nikolay Tsyrempilov
Catalogue of Tibetan gSung 'bum Collection of Centre of Oriental Manuscripts and Xylographs of the Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan studies of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. Volume I. Non-dGe lugs and Early dGe lugs sections

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