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Egypt

  • Frederick Martin
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Egypt, formerly a province of the Turkish empire, became independent in 1811. By the Imperial Hatti-Schériff of Jan. 12, 1841, confirmed by the firman of June 1, 1841, the Government of Egypt is hereditary in the family of Mehemet Ali. The independent position of the rulers of Egypt was greatly enlarged by the Imperial firman of May 14, 1867, establishing the direct succession of the descendants of Mehemet Ali, and conferring upon them the title of ‘Khedeve,’ the Arabic equivalent of ‘King.’

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Egypt

1. Official Puelicatioxs

  1. Annual Statement of the Trade and Navigation of the United Kingdom with Foreign Countries in the year 1805. 4. London, 1867.Google Scholar
  2. Report of Mr. A. Hale, Consul-General of the United States, on the Trado and Commerce of Egypt, dated Alexandria, February 24,1805; in, February 24,1805; in ‘Annual Report on Foreign Commerce.’ 8. Washington, 1805.Google Scholar

2. Nox-Official Pcelicatioxs

  1. Figary-Bey (A.), Studii scientifici sull Egitto e sue adiacenze compresa la peninsola dell’ Arabia Petrea. 8. Lucca, 1805.Google Scholar
  2. Flachat (E.), Mémoire sur les travaux de l’isthmo do Suez. 8. Paris. 1865.Google Scholar
  3. Hui (S. S.), Travels in Egypt and Syria. 8. London, 1865.Google Scholar
  4. Issel (A.), Del canale di Suez. Relazione, presentata alla camera di commercio ed arti di Trapani. 8. Genova, 1865.Google Scholar
  5. Le Saint (L.), L’isthme do Suez. Essais de canalisations dans les temps anciens et. au moyen Ago. Projet de M. do Lesseps. Travaux accomplis de la Méditerranée à la Mer Rouge. 12. Paris, 1866.Google Scholar
  6. Sapeto (G.), L’ Italia ed il Canale di Suez. 8. Firenze, 1865.Google Scholar
  7. Seherer (II.), Reise in Egypten. 8. Franlcfort, 1806.Google Scholar
  8. Tarieh-i-Misr. History of Egypt, translated from the Arabic, by Behjet Efendv. 8. Constantinople, 1865.Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1868

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