The Levant Times and Shipping Gazette

The Levant Times and Shipping Gazette was a daily newspaper published in Constantinople (now Istanbul), Ottoman Empire,[1] in both English and French. J. Laffan Hanly was the editor.[2] It was established in 1868.[3] In addition, to the newspaper published in Turkey, by 1869 it also had a bi-weekly edition distributed in the United Kingdom.[2] Its offices were at Ipsıck Khau, Perchembé Bazaar, in Galata.[1]

Bradshaw's Continental Railway, Steam Transit, and General Guide, for Travellers Through Europe stated that its circulation was "very large".[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Bradshaw's Continental Railway, Steam Transit, and General Guide, for Travellers Through Europe. W.J. Adams, 1875. p. 657.
  2. ^ a b Publishers' circular and booksellers' record: 1869. p. 511. on Google Books. Also: The Publishers' Circular and General Record of British and Foreign Literature, Volume 32. Sampson Low, 1869. p. 511.
  3. ^ The Levant Times and Shipping Gazette. 10 January 1874.

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