1800 Arabic Account on French Revolution & Napoleonic WARS Treaty of Tilsit

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An interesting and rather obscure Arabic periodical from the 19th-century. This gazette provides information on the Napoleonic Wars involving France, Russia, and Austria and their conclusion due in part to the Treaties of Tilsit

 

Handwritten inscription on inside cover:

This book with many of the same sort was taken in a prize going to Constantinople and brought to Malta, where it was presented to Capt. Fraser. It contains the gazette accounts of the war between France, and the Empire of Austria and Russia, which was ended by the battle of Tilsit.

 

Provenance of Captain Percy Fraser: Fraser was an 18th and 19th century British Royal Navy officer who commanded multiple ships in Europe and in the Americas.

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1800 Arabic Account on French Revolution & Napoleonic WARS Treaty of Tilsit

 

An interesting and rather obscure Arabic periodical from the 19th-century. This gazette provides information on the Napoleonic Wars involving France, Russia, and Austria and their conclusion due in part to the Treaties of Tilsit

 

Handwritten inscription on inside cover:

This book with many of the same sort was taken in a prize going to Constantinople and brought to Malta, where it was presented to Capt. Fraser. It contains the gazette accounts of the war between France, and the Empire of Austria and Russia, which was ended by the battle of Tilsit.

 

Provenance of Captain Percy Fraser: Fraser was an 18th and 19th century British Royal Navy officer who commanded multiple ships in Europe and in the Americas.

 

Item number: #7182

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[Arabic magazine]

 

  1. early 19th-century

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
  • Provenance: Handwritten
    • ᵯ: Fraser
      • Superannuated Rear-Admiral Percy Fraser, Esq began as a Lieutenant in 1789; commanded the Savage sloop of war, in 1791; the Moselle, in 1794; and obtained post rank March 27, 1795.
      • In the following year he was commanding the Narcissus of 20 guns, on the coast of America; from whence he proceeded to the West Indies, where his ship was wrecked, but fortunately her crew escaped.
      • His next appointment was to la Nymphe, in which frigate he captured la Modeste, a French letter of marque, laden with East India produce, and several other vessels.
      • After commanding la Nymphe about four years, he removed into the Narcissus of 36 guns, and continued in that ship during the remainder of the war. We subsequently find him in the Vanguard 74.
      • In 1808, Captain Fraser was appointed resident Commissioner of the Dockyard at Malta; from whence he removed to Gibraltar, about the summer of 1811.
      • Towards the latter end of 1813, he obtained a seat at the Navy Board, from which he retired with the superannuation of a Rear-Admiral, June 12, 1823.
    • Language: Arabic
    • Binding: Hardcover; tight & secure
    • Size: ~10in X 8in (25.5cm x 20cm)

 

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7182

Categories

Military & War

Asia, Africa, & Middle Eastern

Voyages & Exploration & Maps

Authors

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Printing Date

19th Century

Language

Other

Binding

Hardcover

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete