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Moniteur ottoman

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Moniteur ottoman
PublisherOttoman government
Founded1831
LanguageFrench
Ceased publication1840s

The Moniteur ottoman was a newspaper written in French and first published in 1831 on the order of Mahmud II.[1] It was the first official gazette of the Ottoman Empire, edited by Alexandre Blacque at the expense of the Sublime Porte.[1] Its name perhaps referred to the French newspaper Le Moniteur Universel. It was issued weekly.[2] Mahmud II wished to influence Europeans.[3] Takvim-i vekayi was published a few months later, intended as a translation of the Moniteur into Ottoman Turkish.[1]

After having been edited by former Consul for Denmark "M. Franceschi", and later on by "Hassuna de Ghiez", it was lastly edited by Lucien Rouet.[4] However, facing the hostility of embassies,[5] it was closed in the 1840s.[4] The title of the publication was used in Othōmanikos Mēnytōr (Greek: Οθωμανικός Μηνύτωρ), the Greek edition of Takvim-i vekayi.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c État présent de l'empire ottoman, p. 168.
  2. ^ L'ami de la religion, p. 316.
  3. ^ a b Strauss, Johann. "Language and power in the late Ottoman Empire" (Chapter 7). In: Murphey, Rhoads (editor). Imperial Lineages and Legacies in the Eastern Mediterranean: Recording the Imprint of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Rule (Volume 18 of Birmingham Byzantine and Ottoman Studies). Routledge, 7 July 2016. ISBN 1317118448, 9781317118442. Google Books PT192.
  4. ^ a b État présent de l'empire ottoman, p. 169.
  5. ^ Annuaire des deux mondes : histoire générale des divers États, p. 814.

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