Kandiye Sancağı Kurtaca (?) Kariyesi Mekteb-i İbtidai Muallimi Şakiraki Said Efendi'nin istifasından dolayı boş kalan bu göreve kendisinin tayin edilmesi hususunda Bölük Eminaki Mehmed Şükrü'nün dilekçesi. [12 Teşrin-i Sani 1322]
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Title
Kandiye Sancağı Kurtaca (?) Kariyesi Mekteb-i İbtidai Muallimi Şakiraki Said Efendi'nin istifasından dolayı boş kalan bu göreve kendisinin tayin edilmesi hususunda Bölük Eminaki Mehmed Şükrü'nün dilekçesi. [12 Teşrin-i Sani 1322]
Description
Kandiye Evkaf ve Eytam Riyaseti İnzimamıyla Cemaat-i İslamiye Heyeti Riyaset-i Aliyesi'ne gönderilmiştir.
Note
To the Supreme Administration of Education. the writer (?) proposes Mehmet Honiri to be appointed at the place of the teacher Sait Hiakiraki who resigned
Issue Date
1906-11-25
1906-11-27
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/53227
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Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
3
Identifier
ACIEVP00103
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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