A View from Jerusalem, 1849-1858: The Consular Diary of James and Elizabeth Anne Finn
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 01.01.1980 - 353 Seiten
Offers both a portrait of two remarkable people and a complete, detailed picture of daily life in Palestine. Taken from the diary of the British consul at Jerusalem and his wife who were there from 1849 to 1858.
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Diary for 1849
Diary for 1850
Diary for 1851
Diary for 1852
Diary for 1854
Diary for 1855
Diary for 1856
Diary for 1857
Diary for 1858
Diary of 1853
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Abderrahhman Abiasis Abu Gosh Abyssinian Amzalag Anglican APRIL Arab Armenian arrived in Jerusalem Artas Ashkenazic Attallah AUGUST Austrian Consulate Bayroot Bedouin Beirut Bethlehem Betito Bezuk Bim Bashi Bishop British Consulate British Interests British protection British Subjects Caiffa Chief Rabbi Christian Church claim complain Constantinople Consul visited Consular Register Crimean War DECEMBER diary documents Dragoman Effendi England English enquire FEBRUARY Finn's Firman French Consul Gobat Goldtsweig Greek Hebron Hershell ibid imprisoned Jaffa James Finn JANUARY Jerusalem Jewish JULY JUNE Kawass Kiamal Pasha Latin Patriarch left Jerusalem letter Lord Macgowan MARCH Mejlis Meshullam missionary Moore Moses Montefiore Moslem Nablus Napier Nicolayson NOVEMBER OCTOBER Palestine Palmerston Pasha Passport piastres Pizzamano Post prison proteges Prussian Consul received referred religious Reminiscences returned Rogers Rosen Rosenthal Royal Asiatic Society Russian Jews sent SEPTEMBER Seraglio Shaikh Sir Moses Taamri Tannoos Tibawi Tiberias tomorrow Tortorici Turkish Turks Vice Consul
Seite 27 - Office are housed at The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, as part of their microfilm collection.