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" These Imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them without exception. "
The Sultan of Turkey, Abdul Medjid Khan: A Brief Memoir of His Life and ... - Page 51
by Henry Christmas - 1854 - 148 pages
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Turkey and the Turks: Being the Present State of the Ottoman Empire

John Reid - Turkey - 1840 - 310 pages
...and the goods of a criminal shall not be subject to confiscation. " These sublime concessions apply to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be ; all are entitled to enjoy them without any exceptions: thus, a perfect security is granted by us...
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The Modern History and Condition of Egypt: Its Climate, Diseases ..., Volume 1

William Holt Yates - Egypt - 1843
...allowed to be master of his own property, of whatsoever kind, and shall be allowed to dispose of it vrith full liberty, without any obstacle being offered by...Imperial concessions extend to all our subjects, of vhatna religion or sect they may be, and these advantages they shall, vitkant exception, enjoy. " Thus,...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 19

India - 1853
...and the property of a criminal shall not be ' confiscated. " These imperial concessions are extended to all our subjects* ' of whatever religion or sect they may be, and they shall enjoy ' this without exception. " As all the functionaries of the Empire receive at present...
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The three eras of Ottoman history, a political essay on the late reforms of ...

James Henry Skene - 1851 - 83 pages
...and the property of a criminal shall not be confiscated. " These imperial concessions are extended to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be, and they shall enjoy them without exception. Perfect security is therefore granted by us to the inhabitants...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 19

India - 1853
...and the property of a criminal shall not be ' confiscated. " These imperial concessions are extended to all our subjects, ' of whatever religion or sect they may be, and they shall enjoy ' this without exception. " As all the functionaries of the Empire receive at present...
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The Sultan and his people

Christopher i. e. Hachik Oscanyan - Minorities - 1857 - 456 pages
...of a criminal shall not be confiscated to his innocent heirs. These imperial concessions, extending to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be, shall by them be enjoyed without exception. A perfect security is thus granted by us to the inhabitants...
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Treaties and Tariffs Regulating the Trade Between Great Britain and Foreign ...

Austria - 1875
...Empire. — Chdhant, 3rd November, 1839. Religious Equality. (Extract.) These Imperial Concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever Religion or Sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the inhabitants of...
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The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and ..., Volume 2

Sir Edward Hertslet - Europe - 1875
...rights, and the Property of the Criminal shall not be confiscated. These Imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever Religion or sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the inhabitants of...
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Papers on the Eastern Question, Issues 1-12

Eastern Question Association - Eastern question - 1877
...after setting forth the several concessions, declared that — • "These Imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, " of whatever religion or sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them " without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the " inhabitants...
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Report of Edward A. Van Dyck: Upon the Capitulations of the Ottoman ..., Part 1

Edward Abbott Van Dyck - Aliens - 1881 - 50 pages
...rights, and the property of the criminal shall not be confiscated. These imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be; they shall enjoy them •without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the inhabitants...
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