• J. Scott Keltie
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Muzaffar-ed-dîn, born 14 Jemâdi II. A.H. 1269 = March 25, 1853, second son of Nâsr-ed-dîn, Shah; succeeded his father May 1, 1896.


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Statistical and other Books of Reference Concerning Persia

1. Official Publications

  1. Eastern Persia: an Account of the Journeys of the Persian Boundary Commission, 1870–72. 2 vols. 8. 1876.Google Scholar
  2. Treaty Series, No. 10, 1903. This gives the Commercial Convention of May 27, 1903, The customs tariff is also given in the Board of Trade Journal (No. 325) for February 19, 1903, and in United States Consular Reports (No. 273) for June, 1903.Google Scholar
  3. Foreign Office Reports. [On the trade of Bushire, Lingah, Bunder Abbas, Mohammerah, and other ports in the Persian Gulf. On Kermansliah. On the trade of Resht, and of Meshed.] Annual Series. London.Google Scholar
  4. Report on the Condition and Prospects of British Trade in Persia by H. W. Maclean; Board of Trade, Juno 1904.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Adams (Isaac), Persia by a Persian. London, 1900.Google Scholar
  2. Bassett (James), Persia, the Land of the Imâms. London, 1886.Google Scholar
  3. Benjamin (S. G. W.), Persia and the Persians. London, 1887. Persia. [In Story of the Nations Series.] 3d. ed. 8. London, 1888.Google Scholar
  4. Bigham (Clive), A Hide through Western Asia. London, 1897.Google Scholar
  5. Bird (Isabella), Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan. 2 vols. 8. London, 1893.Google Scholar
  6. Boehm (Sir E. C.), The Persian Gulf and South Sea Isles. London, 1904.Google Scholar
  7. Browne (E. G.), A Year amongst the Persians. London, 1893.Google Scholar
  8. Brugsch (Dr. H.), Eeise der k. preuss. Gesandtschaft nach Persien, 1860–61. 2 vols. 8. Leipzig, 1864.Google Scholar
  9. Collins (E. T.), In the Kingdom of the Shah. 8. London, 1896.Google Scholar
  10. Chardin (Jean), Journal de son Voyage en Perse, &c. Amsterdam, 1686. New ed. 2 vols. Paris, 1883.Google Scholar
  11. Chirol (V.), The Middle Eastern Question. London, 1904.Google Scholar
  12. Curzon (Hon. G.), The Karun River. Proe. R.G.S. 1890. The Persian Question. [Chop. I. contains an account of European literature relating to Persia (900–1891), and there are bibliographical footnotes throughout the volumes.] 2 vols. London, 1892.Google Scholar
  13. Durand (E. R.), An Autumn Tour in Western Persia. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  14. Dieulafoy (Jane), La Perse, la Chaldée et la Susiane. 4. Paris, 1887. [Eng. Trans. by F. L. White.] 8. Philadelphia, 1890.Google Scholar
  15. Eastwick (E. B.), Journal of a Diplomat’s Three Years’ Residence in Persia. 2 vols. London, 1864.Google Scholar
  16. Ferrier (J. J. P.), Caravan Journeys and Wanderings in Persia, &c. 8. London, 1856.Google Scholar
  17. Feuvrier (Dr.), Trois Ans à la Cour de Perse. Paris, 1899.Google Scholar
  18. Gobineau (Ch. de), Les religions et les philosophies de l’Asie centrale. 8. Paris, 1865.Google Scholar
  19. Gordon (Sir T. E.). Persia Revisited, 1895. 8. London, 1896.Google Scholar
  20. Hedin (Sven), Genom Persien, Mesopotamien, &c. Stockholm, 1887. Genom Khorasan och Turkestan. 2 vols. Stockholm, 1892.Google Scholar
  21. Hontum-Schindler (A.), Historical and Archaeological Notes on a Journey in Southwestern Persia, 1877–78, Journal of R. A. Soc. London, April, 1880. Eastern Persian Irak, R. G. Soc. Suppl. London, 1896.Google Scholar
  22. Landor (H. S.), Across Coveted Lands. 2 vols. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  23. Layard (Sir H. A.), Early Adventures in Persia, &c. New ed. 2 vols. London, 1894.Google Scholar
  24. Macgregor (Col. C. M.), Narrative of a Journey through the Province of Khorassan and the North-West Frontier of Afghanistan in 1875. 2 vols. 8. London, 1879.Google Scholar
  25. Malcolm (Sir John), History of Persia. 2 vols. 4. London, 1815. 2 vols. 8. London, 1829.Google Scholar
  26. Malcolm (Sir John), Sketches of Persian Life and Manners. 2 vols. 8. London, 1828.Google Scholar
  27. Markkam (Clements R.), General Sketch of the History of Persia. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  28. Morgan (J. de), Mission Scientifique en Perse. 4 vols. Paris, 1894–97.Google Scholar
  29. Ouseley (Sir W.), Travels in various Countries of the East, particularly Persia. 3 vols. 4. London, 1819–23.Google Scholar
  30. Polak (Dr. J. E.), Persicn, das Land und seine Bewohner. 2 vols. 8. Leipzig, 1865.Google Scholar
  31. Rawlinson (G.), History of Ancient Persia. Vol. IV. of the History of the Ancient Monarchies of the East. London, 1868, The Seventh Great Oriental Monarchy. 8. London, 1876.Google Scholar
  32. Stillman (C. H.), The Subjects of the Shah. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  33. Stuart (D.), The Struggle for Persia. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  34. Sykes (Ella C.), Through Persia on a Side Saddle. London, 1898.Google Scholar
  35. Sykes (P. M.), Ten Thousand Miles in Persia. London, 1902.Google Scholar
  36. Texier (Ch.), L’Arménie, la Perse, &c. 2 vols. Paris, 1843–48.Google Scholar
  37. Watson (R. Grant), A History of Persia, from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the year 1858. 8. London, 1873.Google Scholar
  38. Weeks (E. L.). From the Black Sea through Persia and India. London, 1896.Google Scholar
  39. Wigham (H. J), The Persian Problem. London, 1803.Google Scholar
  40. Wills (Dr. C. J.), The Land of the Lion and Sun. 8. London, 1883. Persia as it is. London, 1886.Google Scholar
  41. Wilson (Sir C.), Handbook for Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, Persia, &c. London, 1895.Google Scholar
  42. Yate (C. E.), Khurasan and Sistan. London, 1900.Google Scholar

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