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1795 – 1801 Trengganu rule.
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1801 – 1835 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Muhammad I Khalilu’llah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Yunus [Sultan Mandul], Raja and Yang di-Pertuan of Kelantan b. at Losong, 1741, second son of Sultan Long Yunus bin Long Sulaiman, Raja and Yang di-Pertuan of Kelantan, by his wife, Tuan Encik Jumat, Che’ Puan Balai Dua, daughter of Engku Tanang Wangsa, of Trengganu, educ. privately. Installed as Raja of Kubang Labu, Kelantan Barat, 1756. Expelled his brother-in-law and the Trengganu faction, with Chinese help, before 15th May 1801. Installed as Raja and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of the State of Kelantan 17th November 1801, when Kelantan became a separate tributary state of Siam in 1812. m. Q... (m. second, ..., and had issue, a son). He d.s.p.m. at Pulau Saba, 25th June 1835 (bur. Royal Cemetery, Kampung Langgar, Kota Bharu) (succ. by his cousin).
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1835 (Jun-Aug) Y.T.M. Tengku Long Zainal ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Yunus [Long Jenal].
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1835 – 1838 Interregnum.
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1835 - 1886 H.H. Paduka Sri Sultan Muhammad II ibni al-Marhum Tengku Temenggong Long Tan [Sultan Mulut Merah], Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of the State of Kelantan. b. ca. 1794, as Long Senik, fourth son
of Tengku Long Tan ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Yunus, Tengku Temenggong Aria Pahlawan, educ. privately. Adopted by his childless uncle, Sultan Muhammad I. Raised to the title of Tengku Temenggong Aria Pahlawan 25th June 1835. Rebelled against his cousin, attacked his fort and attempted to assume supreme authority, 25th August 1835. As a consequence of continuing dissension within the Royal Family, he was obliged, by virtue of a Siamese compromise, to share power with his uncle, Tengku Long Zainal. The latter styled Yang di-Pertuan Muda; Muhammad being styled Raja and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Kelantan ca July 1838. Recognised as ruler by the King of Siam and raised to the title of Phaya Visit Bakdiya Sri Sultan Muhammad Ratna Nuchitra Sri Sundhana Buwanabakdi Varman Phya Kelantan  (Pipitpakdi Sri Sultan Muhammad Ratna Nuchit Siti Santun Bua (or Bru) Bahdi Wangsa Pia Kelantan) April 1839, and prom to Phraya Deva Kelantan 1845. Raised to the title of Phraya Dejanujitha Mahesvara Rajanukula Vibunlayabakdi Sri Sultan Muhammad Rattanathada Mahapadhana Adikara of Muang Kelantan (Phraya Dechanuchit Mahitsa Rajanukula Wibunlaya Phakdi Seri Sultan Muhammad Rattanathada Mahapathanathikan Pusamkan Mebun Kelantan) by King Rama V of Siam 4th March 1877. Thereafter assumed the style of Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of the State of Kelantan. m. (first) H.H. Sultana Batoh [To’] binti Tuan Long Yusuf [Tuan Besar], granted the title of Tengku Ampuan, and later promoted to Sultana 4th March 1877, youngest daughter of Y.M. Tuan Long Yusuf ibni al-Marhum Sultan Long Yunus, of Bukit Panjor. m. (second) Y.M. Engku Putri Neng binti Engku Long Sri, Raja Perempuan Gunung (d. at Kota Bharu, before 9th August 1873; bur. Langgar Limbat, Pasir Tumboh), daughter of Y.M. Engku Long Sri bin Tuan Long Gaffar, Tengku Sri Maharaja, of Jeram. m. (third) Nik Embong. m. (fourth?) Ku Senik Tendong, Raja Perempuan II. He d. at the Istana Balai Besar, Kota Bharu, 30th October 1886 (bur. there at the Royal Cemetery, Langgar), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
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