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125-6; To emporio . , 95-6; Leon, op. cit. 27, 32. 44. As claimed, among many others, by Moskof, op. , 84. 45. PRO 30/26 1 vol. 72 'Sir Robert Ainslie's letters to the . Levant Company' 46. 5, 157, 244. 8, 14, 30-1; FO 352, Bundle 11, file 5; J. l-43, 'Report by W. Lindsay {Secretary of the British Legation at St. Petersburg) on the Black Sea' dated 1791, 47, Kremmydas, Eisagogi • . , 122. , vol 1, 115. 49. FO 359 (Odessa)/1; FO 42/2, Sp. Foresti to FO, 27 November, 1793. 50. Peyssonnel, op.

Peyssonnel, op. , i, 22, 223-4, ii, 212; BT6 vol 180, memorand~ cit. 51. Asdrachas, op. , 182-3. 52, Bentham Papers, vol. ; E. Habesci, The Present State of the Ottoman Empire, (London 1784) 426-7; Asdrachas, op. , 183. 53. Research in this field is almost non-existent, the one important exception being Kremmydas, To archeio. 54. , 79-104, 55, Stoianovich, 'The . Balkan . Merchant~ 275; Kremmydas, Eisagogi 128; Leon, op. , 28-9. 56, Kremmydas, Eisagogi • 128-143, 179; Some useful figures about ship construction in Mesolongi and Anatoliko in Western quarter o~ Gre~ce during the third the eighteenth century are provided by Leon, op.

180, unsigned memorandum on British Trade with the Ottoman Empire, dated 13 October, 1790; FO 42, val, 2, Sp. Foresti to FO, Zante 16 October, 1793; val. 3, Foresti to FO, Zante 12 April, 1799. 40. As far as Ragusa was concerned the case was, needless to say, of a natuical power coming back into prominence. 41. In addition to the memoranda mentioned in notes 38, 39 and 42, 46 below, see c. C. de Peyssonnel, Traite sur le commerce de laMer Noire, 2 vols (Paris 1787); H. A. S. Ms. 33554 (Bentham Papers, vol XVIII) ff.

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