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. Nemçeye ilçi taʿyīn olunan sābıḳan silahdār-ı şehriyārī İbrāhīm Aġanıñ ilçilik
.ve ʿazīmetini müşʿirdür. Der-sene 1131 tariḫ-i ʿazīmeteş 29 C[emaziyülevvel] 1131


.Mez̠kûr İbrāhīm Aġa× Āsitāne’ye gelindikde Rūmili× pāyesiyle Nemçeye ilçi
.taʿyīn olunub nevrūzda [1] ʿazīmet üzere meʾmūr olunmaġla ḥīn-i ʿazīmetden
5 bir ay muḳaddem ḳapuya geldikde vizāret ʿünvānıyla altı şāṭır ve maṭaracı ve tüfengci
.ve öñince ḳapucılar ketḫüdāsı ve selām aġası yürüyüb gitdi. Erkān ferāce
.kürk ile müzeyyen olmak üzere bu es̠nāda müşarün ileyh [? bu ṭaḳımı] yalñız
.ḳapuya geldikde vekil her ne ṭarafa gider ise bu minvāl üzere ḥareketi fermān
.olunmaġla öylece itmişdür. Ve sene-i mezbūre Cemāz̠iyüʾl-evvelinüñ yigirmi
10 ṭoḳuzuncı Pencşenbe günü
kendi ṭaḳımı alayı ile ṣavb-ı me[ʾ]mûresine
.ʿāzm ve rāhī olunmışdur.

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The appointment of the ambassador to Austria, previously the sultan’s sword keeper, Ibrahim Agha’s mission and departure [hereby] announced in the year 1719. The date of departure is April 19, 1719.

When the aforementioned Ibrahim Agha arrived to the royal court [in Istanbul], he was granted the honorary rank of Governor General of (Rumili) and [he] was commissioned to leave on the Persian New Year.[1] During his visit to the court for an audience one month before his departure, he paraded with the rank of a vizier [and was] followed by six footmen, cupbearers, and musketeers. [He was] preceded by the commander of the palace gatekeepers and the master of ceremonies. The aforementioned [Ibrahim] arrived alone at the gate with a ceremonial cloak on him and, as he was commanded to follow the lieutenant in whichever direction the latter went, he did so. In this year, on April 19, Thursday (29 Cemaziyülevvel 1131), he with his entourage, paraded and set out on their journey to the direction of their appointment [to Vienna].[2]