Ottoman Empire Public Office 1838

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Public Office Constantinople 1838

Ottoman Empire Public Office in Constantinople

Title: Bureau public (Kàlem ou).
Published: L’Univers Pittoresque, Paris 1838.


Note:  Reis Effendi. Minister for Foreign affairs. Ottoman Empire.

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