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This chapter contains process slips in Arabic text, its translation, images of four notes, and comments. The process slips were delivered from al-Quṣayr al-Qadīm outpost on Red Sea shore. The first note is a report (taḏkira) on a double-delivery of pepper in excellent condition to Abū Mufarriǧ, where the greater part belongs to Yūsuf b Barṭūṭ and the smaller part belongs to the addressee (probably the Abū Mufarriǧ itself);. Second is a note that the mentioned pepper is actually taken over from above-mentioned šayḫ Yūsuf (from Mubārak or from Barṭūṭ?). The third note is about the delivery, which goes from ʿĪsà to ʿAbd al-Wahhāb and the writer has passed to Muḥammad. Finally a note on the debts of ʿAlī is presented. Overall, a process slip accompanies a shipment. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: al-Quṣayr al-Qadīm; Arabic text; pepper; process slips; Red Sea shore

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