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" Imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them without exception. "
The Turkish Empire, Embracing the Religion, Manners and Customs of the ... - Página 20
de Alfred de Bessé, Edward Joy Morris - 1855 - 216 páginas
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Papers on the Eastern Question, Números 1-12

Eastern Question Association - 1877
...after setting forth the several concessions, declared that — • "These Imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, " of whatever religion or sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them " without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the " inhabitants...
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Report of Edward A. Van Dyck: Upon the Capitulations of the Ottoman ..., Parte 1

Edward Abbott Van Dyck - 1881 - 50 páginas
...rights, and the property of the criminal shall not be confiscated. These imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be; they shall enjoy them •without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the inhabitants...
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The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three ..., Volumen 6

Henry Coppée - 1896
...Prepared by Sultan Mahmoud П., and decreed Nov. 2, 1839, by Sultan Abdul Medjid Khan. Г~Т is decreed, that in future the cause •*- of every individual...exception, enjoy. "Thus we grant full security to the illhabitants of our empire of life, honor, and property, as we are bound to do, according to the text...
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Turkey and the Armenian Atrocities: A Reign of Terror

Edwin Munsell Bliss - 1896 - 574 páginas
...rights, and the property of the criminal shall not be confiscated. These imperial concessions shall extend to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be ; they shall enjoy them without exception. We therefore grant perfect security to the inhabitants of...
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The Evolution of International Human Rights: Visions Seen

Paul Gordon Lauren - 2003 - 397 páginas
...time before an assemblage of foreign diplomats, guaranteed certain legal, social, and political rights to "all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be; they shall enjoy them without exception.""" Further pressure forced Sultan Abdul-Aziz to sign the 1856...
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The Modern Middle East

Albert Hourani, Philip S. Khoury, Mary C. Wilson, Mary Christina Wilson - 2004 - 680 páginas
...declaration of equality. These imperial concessions,' affirmed Abdul Medjid in his edict, 'are extended to all our subjects, of whatever religion or sect they may be.' The new policy was confirmed in a more extensive Hatt-i Humayun of 1856, which promised equal treatment...
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