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Daltaban Mustafa Pasha

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Mustafa

Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
In office
4 September 1702 – 24 January 1703
MonarchMustafa II
Preceded byKöprülü Amcazade Hacı Hüseyin Pasha
Succeeded byRami Mehmed Pasha
Personal details
BornBitola, Ottoman Empire (modern North Macedonia)
Died27 January 1703
Istanbul, Ottoman Empire (modern Turkey)
NationalityOttoman
Military service
Allegiance Ottoman Empire
Branch/service Ottoman Army

Daltaban Mustafa Pasha was an Ottoman statesman who served as Grand Vizier for four months and twenty days from 4 September 1702 until 24 January 1703.

Biography

He was born in Bitola. It is stated that his origin is Serbian. He grew up in the inner mehter of Kara Ibrahim Pasha. When Kara Ibrahim Pasha was the Grand Vizier in 1684, he was a member of the Imperial Council. He was then appointed as djebedji and in 1691 became Agha of the Janissaries.

He was promoted to the Babadağ guard. He was appointed to the governorship of the Anatolia Eyalet in 1695, and in 1696 to the Diyarbakır Eyalet. During his campaign in Austria, he was dismissed from his vow in Sofia and complained about his atrocities. Upon the increase of the enemy attack on Bosnia, in 1697, the queen was returned and the Bosnian Front was brought to the security department. He repelled the enemy by succeeding in Bosnia. In 1698, he was appointed to the governorship of Raqqa based in Urfa. In 1699, he was assigned to the Baghdad Governorate. He took back Basra and Kurna from the rebel forces; rebel forces digestion. Upon these achievements, he was first brought back to the Anatolian Governorship.

On 4 September 1702, he replaced Köprülü Amcazade Hacı Hüseyin Pasha. Daltaban Mustafa Pasha was appointed as the grand vizier with the advice of Seyhulislam Feyzullah Efendi who was Mustafa's teacher.

Daltaban Mustafa Pasha had understood that he should fulfill the demands of Feyzullah Efendi in order to continue this task. Already Sultan II. Mustafa refused to accept his presenting grand vizier and divan calls and irregularities without being interviewed with Shaykh al-Islām. He wanted each of the policies of the state and the government to implement and Feyzullah Efendi's opinions and ideas for each activity he would demonstrate.

Although Daltaban Mustafa Pasha is determined to go on Feyzullah Efendi's path, he is determined to go; he was not liked by the state officials because he was a countryman and did not understand the movements and behaviors of the Istanbulites and was rough and harsh. Even the Sultan had begun to be uneasy with this rude, harsh attitude. For example, when Fethullah, the son of Feyzullah Efendi, came to the Pasha Gate, which was the workplace of the Grand Vizier, they would have taken him in front of the door; When Feyzullah came to the front of the car in front of the door to the passenger car began to go up. Until then, according to the committees of service, he would go on the left side of the Grand Vizier to show that he was at a lower rank; but Daltaban Mustafa Pasha began to go on the left side of Feyzullah Efendi and concluded that the Grand Vizier was at a lower rank.

On the other hand, Reisülkittap Rami Mehmet Pasha, who wished to come to the Grand Vizier, had been working against grand vizier. Rumor has it that the grand vizier wanted to work independently of Seyhulislam and that he was trying to get support from the Janissaries and the Crimeans and that Feyzullah Efendi, a control fetish, was adversely affected. Karlofça Treaty; The Crimeans were forbidden to carry out the plundering strikes in Russia and the Russians were also prohibited from establishing support in these borders. The Crimeans were observing that the Russians built fortifications; they had sent the news to Istanbul, but the Ottoman state decided not to do anything about this treaty violation. The Crimeans, in turn, wanted to attack the Russian border regions. The previous grand vizier had not accepted this; but Daltaban Mustafa Pasha was more open to the demands of the Crimeans. The Khan of Crimea met the rebellious attitude of Devlet I Giray more tolerant. For this reason, he was taking heavy orders of Sultan's orders through Feyzullah Efendi to suppress the rebellion of Devlet I Giray. This was an example of the independent movement of Daltaban Mustafa Pasha for Rami Mehmet Pasha and Feyzullah Efendi. Feyzullah Efendi, Daltaban Mustafa Pasha's dismissal of the ideas was adopted by the Sultan.

Daltaban Mustafa Pasha was dismissed from his post on 24 January 1703 for the crime of provoking the Crimean Khan against the Sultan. He was killed three days later.

Evaluation

Daltaban Mustafa Pasha had been successful when he was a governor and a military officer. The execution of the military class, in particular, influenced the hooded quarry soldiers.

Daltaban Mustafa Pasha's accent was inaccurate and he had special expressions in the language he used. Rami Mehmet Pasha ridiculed it by creating a dictionary and it is reported to have called "Islahhat-ı Daltaniye". His mouth was broken and his language used was also toxic, rude and harsh. His treatment of others was often violent and heartbreaking.

Daltaban Mustafa Pasha started to implement new rules for the clothes worn by the viziers during the days of the divan. In order to show that the viziers were separate from the other state office on the divan, a rule was put on them to wear a different form of cavities called için kallavi lar instead of a spread called cev jewelery bir which they had traditionally worn for hundreds of years.

"Zubdet Country Vekayı" is generally 500 pouches per year for the special administration, pen and secretariat of the grand vizier; While Daltaban Mustafa Pasha was the grand vizier, he stated that the will he gathered for other bureaucratic treatments in re-assignment, re-assignment, and job change had reached 1,200 bags per year.

See also

References

  • Uzunçarşılı, İsmail Hakkı (1956), Osmanlı Tarihi IV. Cilt I. Bölüm Karlofça Anlaşmasından XVIII. Yüzyılın Sonuna Kadar, Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu Yayınları Say.17-19
  • Danişmend, İsmail Hami (1971), Osmanlı Devlet Erkânı, İstanbul: Türkiye Yayınevi, say..
Political offices
Preceded by
Köprülü Amcazade Hacı Hüseyin Pasha
Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
4 September 1702 – 24 January 1703
Succeeded by
Rami Mehmed Pasha
This page was last edited on 23 December 2019, at 13:32
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