§ 590.Greek Independence War (3)

19th century:
§590. Greek Independence War (3): VI-55.

VI-55:
The Duke shall wrest the promise of abandoning naval services against Greece from Ibrahim Pasha, allied with the Ottomans in Choumla,
When the Arabian fleet under Ibrahim shall appear to be defeated promptly.
Tripolitza in the hands of the French, the island of Chios and the inhabitants of Trebizond shall be of Turkey.
On the other hand, the Ottoman leader at Koulevtcha having been beaten by the Russians, the Black Sea and the city of Erzerum shall be devastated also by them.


(Au chalmé Duc en arrachant l'esponce,
Voille Arabesque voir, subit descouverte:
Tripolis Chio & ceulx de Trapesonce,
Duc prins Marnegro, & la cité deserte.)

Keys to the reading:
The Duke: duke = leader = the French admiral de Rigny on board the Siren engaged in the battle of Navarino (October, 1827).

Choumla: the original chalmé is an anagram of Choumla, mod. Choumen or Shumen in Bulgaria, i.e. chalmé ⇒chémla ⇒choumla. And the original au chalmé, composed of à (at, in, of or out of), le (the) and chalmé, may mean «out of the one in Choumla», i.e. «out of Ibrahim Pasha allied with Turkey», Choumla being of Turkey.

Trapesonce: = Trebizond.

the Ottoman leader: the grand vizir Reschid Pasha, the original duc meaning a leader.

Koulevtcha: mod. Provadiya (Pravody) between Varna and Shumen.

Summary:
The French admiral de Rigny shall wrest the promise of abandoning naval services against Greece from Ibrahim Pasha, allied with the Ottomans in Choumla, when the Arabian fleet under Ibrahim shall appear to be defeated promptly in Navarino (cf. Charléty, 1921, p. 268-269). «On this occasion (April, 1826) an agreement known as the St. Petersburg protocol was made between Russia and England by which the two powers entered into a mutual engagement to mediate a reconciliation between the Porte and the revolted Greeks. A year later, July, 1827, a triple alliance based on this protocol was formed between England, Russia, and France, and led to the battle of Navarino, in which the allied fleets defeated that of the Porte (October, 1827)» (HH, XIV, p.588). Tripolitza evacuated by Ibrahim, the whole Peloponnesus falls into the hands of the troops from France under the commandment of the French general Maison (October, 1828) (cf. Charléty, 1921, p. 359). The island of Chios, thoroughly plundered by Ottomans in 1822 and the inhabitants of Trebizond shall not stop to be of Turkey. On the other hand, the Ottoman leader at Koulevtcha, Reschid Pasha, having been beaten, on the 11th of June, 1828, by the Russians under Diebitsch, who marched across the Balkans for the first time, a feat which won him the name of Sabalkanski (Trans-Balkanski), Paskevitch took Erzerum in Asia and the fortresses of Anapa and Poti on the Black Sea were afforded to Russia by the Treaty of Adrianople signed September 14th, 1829 (HH, XVII, p.544-545)
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