Turkey and Tributary States

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


Abdul-Aziz, Sultan of Turkey, born Feb. 9, 1830, the second son of Sultan Mahmoud II.; succeeded to the throne at the death of his elder brother, Sultan Abdul-Medjid, June 25, 1861.


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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Turkey and Tributary States

1. Official Publications

  1. Salname 1286. Official Almanac for the Turkish Empire. 8. Constantinople, 1869.Google Scholar
  2. Kisale-Nameh. Turkish Almanac for 1286 Hedjra. 12. Constantinople, 1869.Google Scholar
  3. La Turquie à l’Exposition Universelle de 1867. Par S. E. Salaheddin-bey, commissaire impérial ottoman. Paris, 1867.Google Scholar
  4. Report by Mr. H. P. T. Barron, H. M.’s Secretary of Embassy, on the Finances of Turkey, dated Constantinople, February 11, 1867; in ‘Reports by H. M.’s Secretaries of Embassy.’ No. III. 1807. London, 1867.Google Scholar
  5. Report by Mr. Consul-General Green on the Condition, Agriculture, and Trade of Moldavia and Wallaehia; in, Agriculture, and Trade of Moldavia and Wallaehia; in ’ Commercial Reports received at the Foreign Office.’ London, 1866.Google Scholar
  6. Reports by Mr. Consul Holmes on the Trade of Bosnia in 1861; in ‘Consular Reports received at the Foreign Office.’ London, 1865.Google Scholar
  7. Report by Mr. Consul-General Longworth on the Trade of Servia; in ‘Consular Reports received at the Foreign Office.’ London, 1865.Google Scholar
  8. Report by Mr. Consul-General Green on the Trade and Commerce of Constantinople; in ‘Commercial Report sreceive dat the Foreign Office.’ London,1866.Google Scholar
  9. Statistical Tables relating to Foreign Countries. Part XI. Fol. London, 1868.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Boue (Ami), La Turquie d’Europe. 4 vols. 8. Paris, 1840.Google Scholar
  2. Boni (Ami), Recueil d’itinéraires dans la Turquie d’Europe. 2 vols. 8. Vienne, 1850.Google Scholar
  3. Brattano (J. C.), Mémoire sur la Situation de la Moldo-Valachie depuis le Traité de Paris. 8. Paris, 1863.Google Scholar
  4. Brophy (C. A.), and St. Clair (Captain) The Ottoman Empire. 8. London, 1869.Google Scholar
  5. Chronos Emorologion. Almanack for 1809. In Greek. 18. Constantinople, 1869.Google Scholar
  6. Clarke (Hyde), The supposed extinction of the Turks and increase of Christians in Turkey. In ‘Journal of tho Statistical Society of London.’ Vol. XXVIII. 8. London, 1865.Google Scholar
  7. Farley (J. Lewis), The Resources of Turkey. 8. London, 1865.Google Scholar
  8. Hafiz Husseyn (Effendi). Hadikat-ul-dschovami. Description of the Mosks, High Schools, and Convents. 2 vols. 8. Constantinople, 1864–66.Google Scholar
  9. Hammer (Jos. von), Staatsverfassung und Staatsverwaltung des Osmanischen Reichs. 2 vols. 8. Wien, 1815.Google Scholar
  10. Kanilz (F.), Serbien, Historisch-ethnographische Reisestudien aus den Jahren 1859–68, gr. 8. pp. 744. Leipzig, 1868.Google Scholar
  11. Lcjcan (G.), La Turquie d’Europe. 8. Paris, 1862.Google Scholar
  12. Bacìi (Sim.), La Turquie devant l’Europe. 8. Paris, 1868.Google Scholar
  13. Bosen (G.), Geschichte der Türkei neuester Zeit. 2 vols. 8. Leipzig, 1866–67.Google Scholar
  14. Thiers (Henri), La Serbie: son passé et son avenir. 8. Paris, 1862.Google Scholar
  15. Tozer (Rev. H. F.), Researches in the Highlands of Turkey. 2 vols. 8. London, 1869.Google Scholar
  16. Tschihatschef (M.), Lettres sur la Turquie. 8. Bruxelles, 1859.Google Scholar
  17. Uhieini (A.), Lettres sur la Turquie. 2 vols. 8. Paris, 1853.Google Scholar
  18. Ubicini (A.), La Turquie Actuelle. 8. Paris, 1855.Google Scholar
  19. Zinkeisen (J. W.), Geschichte des Osmanischen Reichs in Europa. 7 vols. 8. Gotha, 1840–63.Google Scholar

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