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Persia

Irân
  • J. Scott Keltie
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Muzaffar-ed-dîn, born 14 Jemâdi II. A.H. 1269 = March 25, 1853, second son of Nâsr ed-dîn. Shah; succeeded his father May 1, 1896.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Persia

1. Official Publications

  1. Report by Mr. Baring on the Opium Trade and Cultivation, 1881, in ‘Reports of H.M.’ s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ Part I. And by Mr. Dickson on the Trade of Persia, in Part VI. London, 1882.Google Scholar
  2. Deutsches Handels-Archiv for June, 190;3. Berlin. [Gives the Commerce of Persia in 1901–02.]Google Scholar
  3. Eastern Persia: an Account of the Journeys of the Persian Boundary Commission 1870–72. 2 vols. 8. 1876.Google Scholar
  4. Treaty Series, No. 10, 1903. This gives the Commercial Convention of May 27, 1903. The customs tariff is also given in the Board of Trade Journal (No. 325) for February 19, 1903, and in United States Consular Reports (No. 273) for June, 1903.Google Scholar
  5. Foreign Office Reports. [On the trade of Bushire, Liugah, Bunder Abbas, Mohammerah, and other ports in the Persian Gulf. On Kermanshah. On the trade of Resht, and of Meshed]. Annual Series. London.Google Scholar
  6. Annual Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom. Imp. 4. London.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Adams (Isaac), Persia by a Persian. London, 1900.Google Scholar
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  5. Bird (Isabella), Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan. 2 vols. 8. London, 1893Google Scholar
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  8. Collins (B. T.), In the Kingdom of the Shah. 8. London, 1896.Google Scholar
  9. Chardin (Jean), Journal de son Voyage en Perse. &c. Amsterdam, 1686. New ed. 2 vols. Paris, 1883.Google Scholar
  10. Curzon (Hon. G.), The Karun River. Proc. R G.S. 1890. The Persian Question. [Chap. I. contains an account of European literature relating to Persia (900–1891), and there are bibliographical footnotes throughout the volumes.] 2 vols. London 1892.Google Scholar
  11. Durand (E. R.), An Autumn Tour in Western Persia. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  12. Dieulafoy (Jane), La Perse, la Chaldée et la Susiane. 4. Paris, 1887. [Eng. Trans. by F. L. White. 8. Philadelphia, 1890.Google Scholar
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  30. Stillman (C. H.), The Subjects of the Shah. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  31. Stuart (D.), The Struggle for Persia. London, 1902.Google Scholar
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