By Jan Schmidt
The current catalogue is the fourth and ultimate quantity in a sequence that covers the Turkish manuscripts preserved in public libraries and museums within the Netherlands. This quantity provides specific descriptions of Turkish manuscripts in minor Dutch collections, present in libraries and museums in Leiden, Utrecht, Groningen and different cities. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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Literature: B. Flemming, “Zwei türkische Bibelhandschriften in Leiden als mittelosmanische Sprachdenkmäler”, in WZKM 76 (1986), pp. 111–118; Hannah Neudecker, The Turkish Bible Translation by Yaḥya bin ʿIsḥaḳ, also called Ḫaki (Leiden 1994). Hs. Cn 12 A miscellany The mansucript consists of three unbound quires with texts, mostly copied by one scribe. The outer and inner front-covers are fiflled with lengthy quotations in Arabic. A. de Vries (in Dresden) to Burger, librarian of the Amsterdam University Library, dated 28 September 1923, offering the manuscript (a Turksch tooverboek) for sale—an added note by the librarian suggests sending the manuscript to Leiden; a typed letter in Dutch from the librarian of the Leiden University Library to Burger, dated 27 October 1923, declaring that the manuscript was returned after it had appeared that the ‘gentlemen of the Oriental department’ had sent it back ‘being of insuffifcient importance for the Leiden collection’.
1285/1869), diplomat and statesman (cf. SO2 II, pp. 539–540), was many times minister of foreign affairs and grand vizier. The letters, on day-to-day affairs, were written from the Sublime Porte or Camlıca, and only two are dated: (a) 1 May 1867, and (b) 24 June 1862. Of some interest is c, undated, which is concerned with ‘measures’ regarding the embouchure du Danube and the Île des serpents. 34 chapter four Figure 8. Amsterdam, UB Hs. Cq 48a. A quotation from Lamartine’s Le Lac sent by Dāvud Paşa to Frederike Prokesch, née Gossmann, 1868.
Amsterdam, university library · hs. vi h 2, q 27 Figure 6. Amsterdam, UB Hs. VI H 2. A page of the translation of the Book of Psalms by Bobovius (f. 153a), with a note (in the upper margin) by the copyist Shahin Kandi stating that the passage, indicated by a red line in the left margin, had been corrected. 28 chapter four *** Catalogue entries: Catalogus van de bibliotheek der stad Amsterdam IV (Amsterdam 1858), pp. B. Mendes da Costa, De handschriften der Stedelijke Bibliotheek met de latere aanwinsten (Bibliotheek der Universiteit van Amsterdam.