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Colonial Cases

Ottoman Empire

Ottoman Empire Consulate Courts

There was a surprisingly large number of British consulate courts across the Ottoman empire. The following list was created by Peter Bullock.

Constantinople

Dardanelles

Gallipoli

Rodosto

Adalia

Aivali

Brusa

Panorma

Scala Nova

Smyrna

Batum

Erzerum

Diarbekir

Orfa

Kaiseriah

Samsun

Mersina

Trebizond

Adrianople

Enos

Makri

Janina

Prevesa

Arta

Salona

Sayada

Scutari

Valona

Belgrade

Bosnia (Sarajevo)

Mostar

Monastir

Uskub

Salonica

Cavalla

Larissa

Volos

Bucharest

Fokshany

Ibraila

Ismail & Soulina

Jassy

Galatz

Giurgevo

Tulcha

Varna

Athens

Piraeus

Nauplia

Zante

Patras/Morea

Pyrgos

Calamata

Missolonghi

Dragomestre

Mitica

Vonizza

Navarino

Zaverda

Andros

Castel Rosso

Chios

Kea

Lemnos

Milos

Mykonos

Mytilene

Naxos

Paros

Patmos

Rhodes

Samos

Santorini

Skopelos

Sifnos & Ios

Symi

Syros

Tenedos

Tinos

Crete

Cyprus (Larnaca)

Famagusta

Limasol

Paphos

Aleppo

Scanderoon

Damascus

Tarsus

Ruad

Aintab & Marash

Acre

Beirut

Antioch

Beilan

Latakia

Sidon

Suedia

Tripoli (Syria)

Tyre

Cairo

Alexandria

Atfeh

Kosseir

Damietta

Khartoum

Rosetta

Suez

Thebes

Jedda

Jerusalem

Haifa

Jaffa

Baghdad

Mosul

Bussorah

Algiers

Bona

Bougie

Oran

Philippeville

Tripoli (N. Africa)

Derna

Mesurata & Sliten

Benghazi

Murzuk

Ghadames

Tunis

Goletta

Sfax

Susa

Tetuan

Tangier

Arzyla

Casablanca

Larache

Mazagan

Mogador

Rabat

Saffee

Published by Centre for Comparative Law, History and Governance at Macquarie Law School