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Mehmed Emin Rauf Pasha

Mehmed Emin Rauf
Pasha
Grand Vizier
In office
27 January 1852 – 7 March 1852
Monarch Abdülmecid I
Preceded by Mustafa Reşit Pasha
Succeeded by Mustafa Reşit Pasha
In office
3 September 1842 – 31 July 1846
Monarch Abdülmecid I
Preceded by Topal Izzet Pasha
Succeeded by Mustafa Reşit Pasha
In office
3 September 1842 – 31 July 1846
Monarch Abdülmecid I
Preceded by Koca Hüsrev Mehmed Pasha
Succeeded by Topal Izzet Pasha
In office
17 February 1833 – 8 July 1839
Monarch Mahmud II
Preceded by Reşid Mehmed Pasha
Succeeded by Koca Hüsrev Mehmed Pasha
Governor of Damascus
In office
October 1828 – July 1831
Appointed by Darendeli Mehmed Pasha
Preceded by Salih Pasha
Succeeded by Mehmed Selim Pasha
Grand Vizier
In office
30 March 1815 – 6 January 1818
Monarch Mahmud II
Preceded by Hurshid Pasha
Succeeded by Dervish Mehmed Pasha
Personal details
Born 1780
Died 1859 (aged 78–79)
Nationality Ottoman
Religion Sunni Islam

Mehmed Emin Rauf Pasha (1780–1859) was grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire twice under Mahmud II "Adlî" (r. 1808–1839) and three times under Abdülmecit I (r. 1839–1861) during the Tanzimat period of reformation.

According to Shaw and Shaw, Mehmed Emin Rauf Pasha and his predecessor, Mustafa Reşit Pasha, "acted mainly as mediators" for Mahmud II, "attempting to balance conflicting interests while participating in the factional activities and disputes endemic in Ottoman governmental life."

References

  • Shaw, S. J. and Shaw, E.
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