...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 to look after the members of the consulate and enquiring as to how they might be accommodated in the vicinity of Damascus....
...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...
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