OTTOMAN DOCUMENTS ON THE ENGLISH IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1700-1800) Consulates, Consuls and Traveller

OTTOMAN DOCUMENTS ON THE ENGLISH IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1700-1800) Consulates, Consuls and Traveller List of Tables Foreword Preface PART ONE THE ENGLISH AMBASSADOR SENT A FORMAL REQUEST Introduction The English Consulates in the Ottoman Dominions 1. Smyrna 2. Cyprus 3. Aleppo 4. Chios 5. Egyp 6. Athens and Euboea 7. Naxo 8. Nathaligo 9. Milos 10. Crete 11. Mykonos 12. Santorini 13. Durazzo 14. Thessa-lonika 15. Morea 16. Latakia 17. Tripoli 18. Dardanelles 19. Bossurah (Basra) 20. Kavala Conclusion Bibliography PART TWO I AM FROM ENGLAND, I DON’T GIVE ONE AKÇE Introduction The First Appearance of the English in the Adriatic, The Adriatic Ports of the Ottomans The Establishment of the English Consulate in Durazzo The Complexity of the Records The Rights and Responsibilities of the English Consuls The Dragomans of the Consuls The Activities of the Dragomans Actual and Honorary Dragomans A Case Study: Three Dragomans (and Merchants) From Janina The English Vessels and Pirates in the Venetian Gulf Conclusion Bibliography Appendixes PART THREE FOR BAZI MESÂLİH Introduction The Ottoman Visa for Europeans The English Tabibs in the Ottoman Empire Five English Tabibs Travelling in the Ottoman Lands 1. Charles Perry 2. Andrew Turnbul 3. Adem Freer 4. John Sibthorp 5. Dominique Sestini Conclusion Bibliography Appendix
 
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Mehmet DEMİRYÜREK
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