|Talal bin Abdullah Al Rashid|
|Emir of Jabal Shammar|
|Predecessor||Abdullah bin Rashid|
|Successor||Mutaib bin Abdullah|
|Died||11 March 1868 (aged 44–45)|
|Father||Abdullah bin Ali Al Rashid|
Talal bin Abdullah Al Rashid (1823-11 March 1868) was the second ruler of the Emirate of Jabal Shammar. Although he committed suicide, he was a skilful ruler. Unlike his predecessor and father, Abdullah, who was named sheikh, the rulers of Jabal Shammar began to be referred to as emirs with the reign of Talal. In addition, he managed to create a state-like administration in the Emirate which had been based on the tribal alliance during the reign of Abdullah.
Qassim region was partially controlled by the Emirate of Jabal Shammar during his reign when the leaders of Qassimi tribes asked him to protect them from the Emirate of Nejd. The alliance between the Rashidis and the Ottoman Empire also started during the reign of Talal bin Abdullah when the route of Hajj from Iraq to Mecca was made safe for Ottomans. They also began to mention the name of the Ottoman Sultan as Caliph in Friday prayers. In addition, Talal bin Abdullah was very careful of not experiencing any conflict with the Ottomans and declared that he ruled the Emirate on behalf of the Caliph. He was very tolerant for Shia Muslims and Jews who were allowed by him to reside and work in Hail although they should pay large amount of taxes. He used such revenues and other earnings to complete a palace and a fortress which his father Abdullah Al Rashid began to built in the Bazargan area of Hail. The Emirate of Jabal Shammar paid an annual levy to the Emirate of Nejd, and Talal bin Abdullah had good relations with the Emirs, Faisal bin Turki and then his successor, Abdullah bin Faisal. In the 1860s Faisal bin Shalaan occupied Al Jouf region which had been under Talal's rule.
Talal's reign lasted until 11 March 1868 when he committed suicide with a pistol. The reason for the suicide was his illness, possibly ulcer, that he thought cureless. Following his death his younger brother Mutaib bin Abdullah became the Emir of Jabal Shammar and briefly ruled the Emirate between March and July 1868.
Talal married three women from Rashidis and one woman from Saudis. The latter was Noura, daughter of Abdullah bin Faisal, Emir of Nejd. There is also another report arguing that he married a daughter of Faisal bin Turki, another Najdi emir. Talal had seven sons, including Bandar, Badr and Nayef. The former also served as the Emir in 1869, but soon he was killed by his uncle, Muhammad bin Abdullah.