List of Figures and Tables

in Ordinary Jerusalem 1840-1940
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Figures

1.1 Ottoman census header, 1299 [1883–84] 18

1.2 Ottoman census header, 1321 [1905–6] 20

2.1 Cover of the catalogue “Carte di visita avvisi ec. 1880” 32

2.2 Visiting card of P. Léon Pourrière, OFM, ca. 1898 34

2.3 Visiting card of E. Bertoli, dentist, ca. 1894–95 35

2.4 Visiting card of Salim al-Husayni, ca. 1889–90 37

2.5 Bill of exchange of the Société du Chemin de Fer Ottoman de Jaffa à Jérusalem et prolongements, 1891 39

2.6 Visiting card of Albert Antébi, ca. 1898 44

2.7 Visiting card of midwife F. Lapidus, ca. 1892–93 47

2.8 Visiting card of Yassin al-Khalidi, ca. 1898 48

3.1 Letter of Emperor Yohannes IV to the sultan, dated Yäkkatit 24, 1874 (Ethiopian Calendar)/March 2, 1882 60

3.2 Ottoman report concerning the increasing number of Ethiopians in Jerusalem bearing Italian passports, 1893 61

3.3 Letter from Abd Mariam to Antonin Kapustin, archimandrite in the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem, December 6, 1875, Jerusalem 63

3.4 Receipt for the payment of wine, signed by Nicolai Schmidt, January 4, 1916 66

3.5 Receipt for payment for work done on Empress Taytu’s house, April 14, 1915 68

3.6 Receipt for the payment of tax (recto), Muharram 1314 (June 1896) 69

3.7 Receipt for the payment of tax (verso), Muharram 1314 (June 1896) 70

3.8 Short note signed by Pascal Seraphin, August 1, 1913 71

3.9 Receipt for payment for work done on Empress Taytu’s house, signed by Pascal Seraphin, November 20, 1902 72

3.10 Short letter from Seraphin’s wife, n.d 73

4.1 ʿAtīḳ (Old) record of the “Waqf of the Tombs of Abu Madyan al-Ghawth and ʿUmar al-Mujarrad” 80

4.2 Cedīd (New) record 80

6.1 Plan of site for YMCA building and soccer field in Jerusalem 128

6.2 Petition, received on June 17, 1910, with the mention of “Jerusalemite” after the petitioner’s signature 133

6.3 Testament dated December 20, 1923, in Arabic and Greek 135

8.1 Archival classification codes of collective petitions filed by Jerusalem inhabitants, 1839–1915 172

8.2 Original language of petitions, 1840–1915 (in percentages) 172

8.3 Addressee of collective petitions, 1840–76 174

8.4 Addressee of collective petitions, 1876–1908 174

8.5 Addressee of collective petitions, 1908–15 175

8.6 Date sequence of 200 collective petitions, 1839–1915 175

8.7 Form of collective petitions, 1839–1915 177

8.8 Collective petition signed by 55 people and submitted to the Grand Vezierate to thank the government for taking precautions to prevent cholera from spreading in the province of Jerusalem, 1865 178

8.9 Collective petition signed by 30 people and submitted to the Grand Vizierate to complain about the process of nominating the Greek Patriarch of Jerusalem, 1897 179

8.10 Subject matter of collective petitions, 1840–76 180

8.11 Collective petition signed by 419 people from the Syriac community and submitted to the Ministry of Justice to complain about Armenian infringement on their rights in the holy sites of Jerusalem, 1893 183

12.1 Municipal Archives of Nablus, expenditures document, first collection, vol. 1, 106 243

12.2 Municipal Archives of Nablus, document of printed headers, first collection, vol. 3, 3 244

12.3 Municipal Archives of Nablus, first collection, vol. 1, 3 245

14.1 Khalil Sakakini 292

14.2 Dedication inscription of the Mishkenot Sha’ananim alms houses outside Jaffa Gate, built in 1860 299

14.3 Dedication inscription of the Jewish religious seminary (yeshiva) in the Bukharan Quarter, built in 1927 302

17.1 Lithography and printing press of St. Saviour’s Convent, Jerusalem 355

18.1 Cover of the SJAPH’s first publication, Tetrak Aghót‘amatoyts‘ vasn Jermer‘and Aghót‘asirats‘, Vork‘ ka‘m Andzamb ew ka‘m Mtók‘ Nerkayanan i S. Tnórinakan Teghisn K‘ristosi Astutsoy Meróy [A booklet for those who pray fervently and visit the places of the Christ either physically or mentally], 1833 375

18.2 First page of the January 1870 issue of the SJAPH journal Sion, with the image of St. James Armenian Cathedral 381

18.3 Page from Zhamagirk‘ Hayastaneats‘ S. Ekeghets‘wots‘ [Prayer book of the Holy Armenian Church], published by the SJAPH in 1881 383

19.1 The page in the notebook where Wasif Jawharriyeh announces the inclusion of the photographs of the sultan 389

19.2 Raʾuf Pasha, the mutessarif of Jerusalem, as he appeared in the first album 391

19.3 Ottoman troops in Palestine 392

19.4 The mayor’s entourage upon the surrender of Jerusalem, December 1917 394

19.5 The procession of the patriarch leaving the Church of the Holy Sepulchre 395

19.6 Page from the album showing the destruction of Jewish homes in Hebron and Jerusalem in 1929 397

19.7 Visit of Ali al-Kassar to Jerusalem 398

20.1 Newer Jerusalem and suburbs. St. Paul’s Hospice, a government office near Damascus Gate 412

20.2 The emblem of the Pro-Jerusalem Society, as depicted on the cover of Charles Robert Ashbee, Jerusalem, 1920–1922 416

23.1 A page from the Sephardic Kolel account book, 1851–80, income, Adar 5613 (January–February 1853) 466

24.1 Tramway project for the suburbs of Jerusalem: outline of the network 478

24.2 Plan of the tramline to be constructed in the city of Jaffa 478

Tables

4.1 List of the waqfiyyāt of Maghariba neighborhood 96

11.1 Land sold to the PLDC 233

12.1 Inventory of the daftars of the budget: Income and expenditure of the Municipality of Nablus (first and second collections) 246

12.2 Draft daftars (shatib) of expenditure of Nablus municipality (third collection) 248

12.3 Daftars of minutes, decisions, and correspondence (Madabit, Qararāt and Murāsalat) (fourth and fifth collections) 249

12.4 Daftars (sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth collections) 250

16.1 Hebrew newspapers in Jerusalem, 1863–1914 334

23.1 Average clinic visits to the English Mission Hospital, 1862–80, by gender 468

23.2 Hospitalization at the Rothschild Hospital, 1870–76, by gender 469

25.1 Distribution of plots and percentage: total area and percentage, according to kind of property, 1967 499

25.2 Distribution of private and endowed properties in the expanded Jewish Quarter, 2013 503

25.3 Ratio of Jewish and Arab properties in the expanded Jewish Quarter, 1968 504

25.4 All categories of property in Jerusalem’s Old City, including waqf categories, mid-twentieth century 507

Ordinary Jerusalem 1840-1940

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