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English: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

NYPL Call Number: PC TRI-18

Caption: "The trial of the Bashi-Bazouks : the court of the first day." Printed on border: "Ikiades (Greek), Sadoullah Effendi (president of the court), Selim Effendi, Wassa Effendi Pashko Vasa (a Christian Turk), Mr. Baring's dragoman, Mr. Walter Baring, Jovantcho (a Bulgarian), Counsel for the prisoner, Pertev Effendi, The prisoner." Written on border: "J. 6, 1877."
Date 22 March 2006 (original upload date)
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