Yerapetre Kazası, Yaniçi Kariyeli Mehmedo Süleyman Yetimlerinin Emlakinin İltizam bedelinden olarak mültezimi Yerapetreli Mahzaroğlu Nuri'nin İslam Eytam Sandığına vereceği meblağı tediye etmesi hususunda takrir. [19 Kanun-i Evvel-2 Kanun-i Sani 1289]
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Title
Yerapetre Kazası, Yaniçi Kariyeli Mehmedo Süleyman Yetimlerinin Emlakinin İltizam bedelinden olarak mültezimi Yerapetreli Mahzaroğlu Nuri'nin İslam Eytam Sandığına vereceği meblağı tediye etmesi hususunda takrir. [19 Kanun-i Evvel-2 Kanun-i Sani 1289]
Description
Mehmedo Süleyman yetimlerinin emlakinin iltizam bedelinden olarak Mültezimi Yerapetreli Mahzaroğlu Nuri'nin elinde bulunan 3 ilm-i haber alınarak irsal kılındığına ve kontratosunun kaybolduğunu beyan ettiğine dair takrir
Note
Laşid Sancağı Mutasarrıflığı Canib-i Alisine gönderilmiştir.
Issue Date
1873-12-31
1874-01-14
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52749
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Format
20-32 cm
Identifier
ACLEVO00269
Rights
Open Access
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