This is a list of the Pashas and Deys of the Regency of Algiers: Beylerbeys (1517-
1576): Aruj Barbarossa 1517-1518; Hayreddin Barbarossa 1518-1545; Hasan ...
In 1082-1083, formerly Rustamid Algiers, Ténès, and Oran are conquered by the
Almoravids ..... The post of pasha is raised to that of dey by the Ottoman sultan.
Given to the Bashaw as presents agreeable to the list amounting to 3486. ... He
became chief Christian clerk to the Dey of Algiers and returned to the ... The first
of the three is in Arabic under the seal of Hassan Pasha, Dey of Algiers; it is in the
LINK / CITE ADD TO WORD LIST. dey. Play dey. Use dey in a sentence. the
former title of the governor of Algiers; a pasha in the former Barbary States of ...
French dey ; from Turkish d?i, maternal uncle: origin, originally , friendly title
given to ...
... and withal quite unimportant, from the Dey of Algiers to the Pasha of Tripoli. .....
I appreciate the fact that you list my book Christianity and the Constitution as ...
Mar 9, 2008 ... During the meeting Jefferson and Adams asked the Dey's ambassador ... giving
the pasha of Algiers a new warship, "The Crescent," to win release of 85
surviving American hostages. ... Facebook Twitter RSS Join Mailing List.
The ruler of Algiers, called the dey, demanded nearly $60,000. ... In May 1801,
the pasha of Tripoli canceled his treaty with the United States and declared war ...
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Lists ... Very shortly thereafter, Algiers followed suit, seizing the Dauphin and the
Maria ... that the US was willing to pay, the ruling Dey of Algiers demanded
$1,200 a head. ... But as this “police action” was unfolding, Yusuf Qarama...
Mar 15, 2013 ... King Frederik I of Sweden was given gifts from the Bey of Algiers in 1731. ...
According to Wikipedia, the official title of its ruler was Dey, who nominated ...
However French language list claims that Abdy Pasha (Kurd Abdi) was ...
This is a list of heads of state of Algeria since the country gained independence
in 1962, at the end of the Algerian War.