By Jan Schmidt

The current catalogue is the fourth and ultimate quantity in a sequence that covers the Turkish manuscripts preserved in public libraries and museums within the Netherlands. This quantity offers specified descriptions of Turkish manuscripts in minor Dutch collections, present in libraries and museums in Leiden, Utrecht, Groningen and different cities. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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Glazed white paper; 760×530mm; 13 lines; dīvānī. K] van Hasselt, instructing them to let the men pass along unhindered, and see to their comfort as regards lodging and horses; the document was handed over to the [Dutch] consul in Izmir. It is signed by ʿÖmer Luṭfī, nāẓir-i iḥtisāb (d. 1252/1836–1837, cf. SO2 IV, p. 1322; see also Schmidt, Opium Trade, p. 49, passim)—the calligraphed signature is adorned with two tuġs—and dated 29 Rebīʿü l-evvel [12]46 (17 September 1830). A signature and a seal are found on the back.

Cq 48a. A quotation from Lamartine’s Le Lac sent by Dāvud Paşa to Frederike Prokesch, née Gossmann, 1868. amsterdam, university library · hs. cq 49a–d 35 Figure 9. Amsterdam, UB Hs. Cq 48a. A photograph of Dāvud Paşa, sent by him to Frederike Prokesch, née Gossmann, 1868. 36 chapter four Hs. Cq 50 A letter with translation The Turkish letter, glazed white paper, 255× 155 mm, from Meḥmed Ḥālet Efendi to a velī n-niʿmet (according to the French translation the ‘Bassi Zochadar’, the çoḫadār of the Palace), informs the functionary that the fourth instalment of the tribute owed by the voyvoda of Wallachia over the year ’31 [1231/1815–1816], 1200 kese aḳçe, had been sent to him, signed bende Meḥmed Ḥālet.

Vi h 2, d 15 Ends (35b): ‫ ﻛﻪ ﺑﺰی ﻫﲈن ﳇﯿﺖ اﯾهل رد اﯾﺪرﻣﺴﲔ ﺑﺰوم اوزرﳝﺰﻩ ﻗﺎﱏ ﭘﻚ ﻏﻀﻮب اوﻟﻮرﻣﯽ ﺳﻦ‬٢٢ Colophon (ibidem): ‫ﻧﯿﺎﺣﺎت ﲤﺎم اودلی م‬ Hs. VI H 2, c The First and Second Book of Samuel, Ecclesiastes & Proverbs, in the handwriting of Bobovius; 26 quires of 2 folded leaves (4 folios) + 2 + 5 quires of 4 folded leaves (8 folios); (1–104) white paper, (from f. 105) white glazed paper; text surface 165×125mm, varying; 15–16 lines; catchwords; undated. Extensive red lines, corrections and additions by Shahin Kandi in the fifrst book.

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