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[Istanbul]: Historical Research Foundation, Istanbul Research Center, (1989). Hardcover. xl, 371p. Blue cloth. 28cm. No jacket. Text in Turkish and English. The Introduction states that 15 volumes would be published but we found no evidence that more than 3 have been published to date. These volumes appear to have been...
New Haven: 1834. Paperback. Unbound 16-page (pp. 591-606) weekly periodical. 29cm. No separate wrapper. Front page browned and soiled. Foxing in double-columned text. Partially unopened. Edited by Nathan Whiting. First three columns headed: "Constantinople. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Goodell, dated Oct. 1833. Lancasterian Schools Established by the Turks."
New York: 1918. 1st ed. Hardcover. 3 maps (1 folding), 243p. Original cloth. 23cm. Light water stain on corner of back cover. Bookplate. A printer's error has caused a few pages to be completely or partially overprinted with other text (through which one can with considerable effort decipher most, if...
London: Ingram, Cooke and Co., 1853. Hardcover. frontis, illustrations (in text), folding map, index, xiv, 394p. Original cloth which has been rebacked in leather. Small tape reinforcement at one fold of map. Light browning and moderate foxing (heavy on a few pages) throughout. Edited by William Francis Ainsworth.
New York: American Tract Society, (c. 1890). 1st ed.(?). Hardcover. frontis (portrait of author and family), illustrations, 247p. plus (8)p. publisher's advertisements. Hardcover in original green cloth. 19cm. Moderate general wear. SIGNED on first blank leaf by Basmajian at Adrianople. Mostly about Turkey. Armenian author.