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Hurriyet Daily News
Fri, 16 Nov 2012 14:10:32 -0800

The first Ottoman firman (decree) against the use of tobacco appeared in 1609, showing that smoking it had spread from the larger cities into surrounding towns and villages. According to research conducted by Dr. Fehmi Yılmaz, the reason given for ...
 
Jerusalem Post
Thu, 10 Nov 2011 01:43:35 -0800

In the 1830s, Jews received a firman [decree] from Ottoman authorities recognizing the Jewish character of the site and ordering a stop to the abuse of Jews there. In 1841, Sir Moses Montefiore secured permission from the Ottoman authority to build an ...
 
ACTmedia
Thu, 23 Jan 2014 23:32:20 -0800

On November 22, 1861, the Ottoman Empire issued the 'Firman (decree) on the administrative organization of Moldavia and Wallachia,'' under which the suzerain and guarantor powers agreed with the change of the Convention and admitted the unification of ...
 
Business Standard
Sat, 24 Dec 2011 05:50:42 -0800

Having received the firman (decree) from the Mughal ruler, they set up a factory in Bandel employing the locals. Gradually, the missionaries spread the word of Bible among the natives. The celebration at this ancient church begins at 10:30 pm with a ...
 
KanglaOnline
Fri, 15 Jul 2011 19:57:31 -0700

So, Emperor Jahangir granted an Imperial firman (decree) in 1612, authorizing the establishment of a British factory at Surat in Gujarat. The Danish (Dutch) East India Company did not progress well enough and died its natural death. However, they fared ...
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