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...French translation of a ferman issued by Ali Paşa, Tepedelenli, on the demand of Horace François Bastien Sébastiani, comte de la Porta, ordering the immediate payment of 222,090 francs by the inhabitants of the island of Hydra to the French...
...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...
...This first edition was published as part of the series 'Staatengeschichte der neuesten Zeit'. It is a history of Turkey from 1826 to 1856. The first volume focuses on the reign of Mahmud II (1808-39), beginning with an account of his reform...
...A rare first and only edition of this study of Sultan Mahmud II's reforms. L.-P.-B. d’ Aubignosc (1774–1847) was the director of the Imperial Police at Hamburg and in 1798 took part in the expedition to Egypt. In April 1830 he was sent...
...European writings on the Ottoman Empire fall into two main categories. On the one hand the Turk was seen as the enemy and was feared accordingly, and on the other the Ottoman world inspired immense curiosity. The Arcadian Library is home...