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LIST OF TABLESPage 1. Number of villages in each nähiye of the Eyälet of Sidon 126 2. Μäl- i miri and mal- i muäcele paid by the sancaks of Gaza, Ramie and Jaffa 156 3. Miri and Muäcele returns for the Eyälet of Sidon at the end of the 18th Century 185 4. Increase in the Mäl- i Muäcele for the mukataas of Jaffa, Gaza and Ramie 186 5. Mlrl returns from Ahmed Jezzärs mälikäne holdings at the end of the 18th Century 199 6. Percentage of taxes written off as non- collectable in the Eyälet of Sidon at the end of the 18th Century 201 7. The Eyälet of Sidons mlrl payments to the Ottoman Treasury at the time of Ahmed Jezzär 240 8. Cizye collected in Palestine during the 18th Century 251 9. Fiefs in Palestine at the turn of the 17th and the 18th Centuries 293   10. Fiefs in Palestine at the beginning of the 17th Century 295 LIST OF MAPS 1. Administrative division of the Eyälet of Sidon 2. Southern Sancaks of the Eyälet of Damascus Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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Front MatterFront FlapHalf Title PageTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PageTable Of ContentsFOREWORDContents GOVERNMENT 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTIONA. Palestine at the Beginning of the I8th CenturyB. The Rise and Fall of Dhir al-'UmarC. The Rule of Ahmed Jezzr2. RELATIONS BETWEEN THE RULERS OF PALESTINE AND THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENTA. Dhir al-'Umar1) The Start of his Career2) The 'Fifties and 'Sixties3) His Latter YearsB. JEZZR AHMED PASA1) The Start of his Career2) Attempts to Remove him from office3) His Relations with the al-'Azm Family and his Rule in Damascus4) Summary3. RELATIONS BETWEEN THE RULERS OF PALESTINE AND VARIOUS LOCAL FACTORSA. The Beginning of the CenturyB. The period of Dhir al-'Umar's Ascendancy1) Zaydni Rule2) Relations with the BedouinC. The Period of Ahmed Jezzr's Rule1) The Final Elimination of Zaydni Rule2) The Breaking of Metouali Autonomy3) Relations with the Bedouin4) Relations with the DruzesADMINISTRATION 1. THE ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS AND THEIR DEVELOPMENTA. The Eylet of Sidon1) Administrative Subdivisions2) Developments in the Coastal Areaa. The Rise of Acreb. The Development of HaifaB. The Eylet of Damascus1) The Sancaks of Jaffa, Gaza and Ramlea. Administrative Structure and Changesb. Development of Jaffa2) The Sancaks of Lajjn and 'Ajln3) The Sancak of Nablus4) The Sancak of JerusalemC. Concluding Remarks2. TAX FARMINGA. Primary LeaseholdB. Sub-leasing1) Relations Between the Vli and the Mltezims2) The Iltizm System and its Effect on Agriculture3. TAXATIONA. The Miri1) Ml-i Mukata'a2) Zama'im3) F'iz4) Registration Fees5) Other Taxes6) Payments to the PorteB. Taxes on the Dhimmi1) Cizye2) Other Taxes Imposed on the Dhimmi3) Road TaxC. Sundry Other Taxes1) Cotton Tax2) Olive Oil Tax3) Tobacco Tax4) Other TaxesD. Means of Payment4. THE ARMYA. The decline of the army in Palestine in the 18th CenturyB. The reasons for the weakness of the armyC. The utilization of mercenary unitsD. Naval forceE. Conclusions5. THE FEUDAL SYSTEM A. The FiefsB. The SiphisC. The Aly BeyD. Bedeliye-i Zu'amaE. ConclusionsCONCLUSION Back Matter BIBLIOGRAPHY1. TURKISH SOURCES2. ARABIC SOURCES3. HEBREW SOURCES4. SOURCES IN EUROPEAN LANGUAGESa. Unpublished official documents and manuscriptsb. Published books and articlesINDEX OF PLACE NAMESINDEX OF NAMESINDEX OF TERMSLIST OF MAPS1. Administrative division of the Eylet of Sidon2. Southern Sancaks of the Eylet of Damascus
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