Treaty between Ameer Dost Muhammad Khan and British India, 1855
Treaty between the British Government and His Highness Ameer Dost Mohummud Khan, Walee of Cabool and of those countries of Afghanistan now in his possession ; concluded on the part of the British Government by John Lawrence, Esquire, Chief Commissioner of the Punjab in virtue of full powers vested in him by the most Noble James Andrew, Marquis of Dalhousie, KT, andC., Governor-General of India; and on the part of the Ameer of Cabool, Dost Mohummud Khan by Sirdar Gholam Hydur Khan, in virtue of full authority granted to him by His Heighness, -1855.

Article 1
Between the Honorable East India Company and His Highness Ameer Dost Mohummud Khan, Walee of Cabool and of those countries of Afghanistan now in his possession, and the heirs of the said Ameer, there shall be perpetual peace and friendship.

Article 2
The Honorable East India Company engages to respect those territories of Afghanistan now in His Highness's possession, and never to interfere therein.

Article 3
His Highness Ameer Dost Mohummud Khan, Walee of Cabool and of those countries of Afghanistan now in his possession, engages on his own part, and on the part of his heirs, to respect the territories of the Honorable East India Company and never to interfere therein; and to be the friend of the friends and enemy of the enemies of the East India Company.

Done at Peshawur this day 30th day of March one thousand eight hundred and fity-five corresponding with the eleventh day of Rujjub, one thousand two hundred and seventy-one Hijree.

JOHN LAWRENCE
Chief Commissioner of the Punjab

Seal of Gholam Hydur,
Heir-apparent.
As the representative of Ameer Dost Mohummud Khan,
and in person of his own account as Heir-apparent.

Ratified by the Most Noble the Governor-General at Ootakamund,
this first day of May one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five