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...Referring to 'our friend the king of Great Britain', Khalil, the Governor of Tripoli (Lebanon), assures the recipient that the newly appointed English consul there will be able to work in peace and that members of his consulate...
...The second highest order of the Ottoman Empire, the Order of the Medjidie, was established in 1852 by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks. As consul of Adrianopolis (Edirne), Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884) received the second highest of five...
...An Ottoman Order of Glory for Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884), issued by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks; together with permission of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, for him to wear the award. Tissot was a diplomat and archaeologist....
...As an enlightened despot, Catherine II was aware of the need to reform the administrative structure of Russia and she contributed a great deal to the codification and modification of laws during her reign. This book is the Ottoman Turkish...
...Addressed by Khalil, the Governor of Tripoli (Lebanon), to ‘my brother’ and using a salutation usually reserved for the Sultan (presumably Murad IV), this letter concerns the English consul in Tripoli, seeking the sultan’s permission...
...A pair of handwritten contracts, each containing French text followed by an Ottoman Turkish version. The first bears the wax seal of Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks (1823-1861). The second is the original contract and plan...
...Christophe Richer (1513-52), valet du chambre to François I, and also secretary to Chancellor Poyet, is believed to have made a number of diplomatic missions to Turkey. Later he was French ambassador to Denmark and Sweden. This work...
...This collection contains: (i) Letter from H. Addington to Thomas Fiott Hughes announcing his appointment as an attaché to the British embassy in Constantinople; the letter details the duties of an attaché and provides information on his...
...De La Croix was secretary to the French Embassy to the Porte in the later seventeenth century. He lived in the Levant from 1670 to 1680, and may have been a relative of the Petis de la Croix. The Memoires include an account of Nointel...