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Evers, Samuel
Inventory of the trunk of Samuel Evers.
Physical Description:
1 item (3 pages) ; 25 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DS63.2.G7 E94 1780 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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In 1784 Samuel Evers anonymously published an account of his travels: A journal kept on a journey from Bassora to Bagdad, over the little desert to Aleppo, Cyprus, Rhodes, Zante, Corfu, and Otrante, in the year 1779, by a gentleman, late an officer in the service of the Honourable East-India Company (Horsham, 1784). See: Mohamad Ali Hachicho, "English Travel Books about the Arab near East in the Eighteenth Century," in Die Welt des Islams, New Series, vol. 9 (1964), p. 69-70.
Selected exhibitions: "Pearls to pyramids : British visual culture and the Levant, 1600-1830" (Yale Center for British Art, 2008)
Manuscript inventory of a trunk belonging to Lieutenant Samuel Evers, as received from Bussora, examined by Robert Abbott at Aleppo on 17 Feb. 1780. The list includes 31 shirts, 12 white linen waistcoats, 1 brass wash hand basin, 8 books, 1 mahratta cap, and a "Turkish Dress Compleat."
Subject Terms:
British -- Middle East -- History -- 18th century.
Clothing and dress -- Great Britain.
Clothing and dress -- Turkey.
East India Company -- Officials and employees.
Evers, Samuel.
Middle East -- Description and travel -- 18th century.
Abbott, Robert, fl. 1780.

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