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An Arabian Princess Between Two Worlds Memoirs Letters

Princess Salme daughter of Sa'id ibn Sultan ruler of Oman and Zanzibar was born in Zanzibar on August 30 1844 In 1866 she fled to Aden where she was baptized with the Christian name Emily and where she married the German merchant Rudolph Heinrich Ruete In Hamburg three children were born Her husband died in 1870 and after that she lived in several cities in Germany In 1885 and again in 1888 she went to Zanzibar Between 1889 and 1914 she lived in Jaffa and Beirut and afterwards again in Germany She died in Jena in 1924 The present work contains a short biography of Princess SalmeEmily Ruete and of her son Rudolph Said Ruete a new English translation of her Memoirs and an English version of her other writings unpublished so far Letters Home Sequels to the Memoirs and Syrian Customs and UsagesPrincess Salme daughter of Sa'id ibn Sultan ruler of Oman and Zanzibar was born in Zanzibar on August 30 1844 In 1866 she fled to Aden where she was baptized with the Christian name Emily and where she married the German merchant Rudolph Heinrich Ruete In Hamburg three children were born Her husband died in 1870 and after that she lived in several cities in Germany In 1885 and again in 1888 she went to Zanzibar Between 1889 and 1914 she lived in Jaffa and Beirut and afterwards again in Germany She died in Jena in 1924 The present work contains a short biography of Princess SalmeEmily Ruete and of her son Rudolph Said Ruete a new English translation of her Memoirs and an English version of her other writings unpublished so far Letters Home Sequels to the Memoirs and Syrian Customs and UsagesPrincess Salme daughter of Sa'id ibn Sultan ruler of Oman and Zanzibar was born in Zanzibar on August 30 1844 In 1866 she fled to Aden where she was baptized with the Christian name Emily and where she married the German merchant Rudolph Heinrich Ruete In Hamburg three children were born Her husband died in 1870 and after that she lived in several cities in Germany In 1885 and again in 1888 she went to Zanzibar Between 1889 and 1914 she lived in Jaffa and Beirut and afterwards again in Germany She died in Jena in 1924 The present work contains a short biography of Princess SalmeEmily Ruete and of her son Rudolph Said Ruete a new English translation of her Memoirs and an English version of her other writings unpublished so far Letters Home Sequels to the Memoirs and Syrian Customs and Usages