Telegraph of the Public Prosecutor of Lasithiou to Muslim Religious Foundations' Director asking that the former Director of the Ewkaf, Ahmet Azizakis, is called telegraphically to prison, due to a deficit of 4.136 drahmon.
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Title
Telegraph of the Public Prosecutor of Lasithiou to Muslim Religious Foundations' Director asking that the former Director of the Ewkaf, Ahmet Azizakis, is called telegraphically to prison, due to a deficit of 4.136 drahmon.
Description
Ahmet Azizakis, is called telegraphically to prison, due to a deficit of 4.136 drahmon according to the control realized by the Economic Inspector.
Note
Invitation of the Director Ahmet Veligoudin Haji Efendakin against imprisoned at the jail for the persons under trial at Ayio Nikolao Ahmer Azizaki concerning the deficit at the treasury of the Bank.
Issue Date
1913-10-15
1913-11-27
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52770
Collections
Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
4
Identifier
ACLEVP00247
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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