Richard Tully (deceased)

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Documentos de que Ana Tully, esposa del brigadier, era natural de Tripoli. En un texto se menciona que era hija del consul británico en tripoli

Richard Tully, sept 1782 nombrado consul general a Tripoli En preferents from the London Gazette The Scots Magazine, Volume 44 By James Boswell http://books.google.com.mx/books?id=KF8AAAAAYAAJ&lpg=PA503&ots=lLFGwXBbBm&dq=%22richard%20tully%22%20consul&pg=PA503#v=onepage&q=%22richard%20tully%22%20consul&f=false

Richard Tully apptd Agent & CG 7 Sep 1782 [LG][C 1785 [LonCal [there in 1790 [FO 76/4 List of British Consular Officials in the Ottoman Empire and its former territories, from the sixteenth century to about 1860 July 2011 http://www.levantineheritage.com/pdf/List_of_British_Consular_Officials_Turkey%281581-1860%29-D_Wilson.pdf

Miss Tully was presumably the sister [otros dicen sisten-in-law] of the British consul at Tripoli, Richard Tully; she joined him, his wife and their two daughters there in 1783 and lived there for more than a decade. Mr. Tully was well regarded by the people of Tripoli and their bashaw or ruler, Ali Karamanlı, whose family had maintained a century of autonomy from the Ottomans. Mrs. Tully, Miss Tully and her nieces had free access to the women of the Karamanlı family and were apparently on intimate terms with them; the Tully daughters spoke Arabic and Miss Tully learned some as well. por Caroline Stone, Cambridge, where she is senior researcher on the Civilizations in Contact Project. She would like to thank the Golden Web Foundation for its support of her research on Miss Tully. http://www.saudiaramcoworld.com/issue/201003/tripoli.crossroads.of.rome.and.islam.htm

Miss Tully autora de un éxito editorial de la e´poca sobre la corte del Bashaw Letters written during a ten years' residence at the court of Tripoli: published from the originals in the possession of the family of the late Richard Tully, esq., the British consul: comprising authentic memoirs and anecdotes of the reigning Bashaw, his family, and other persons of distinction; also an account of the domestic manners of the Moors, Arabs, and Turks http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book//browse?type=lcsubc&key=Tully%2C%20Miss%20--%20Travel%20--%20Libya

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Tripoli, Tarabulus, Libya
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