1779, Sep 81807-18081808, Nov 15/16
the Sultan and Caliph of the Ottoman Empire from 1807 to 1808. Mustafa's brief reign was turbulent. Immediately upon ascending to the throne, the Janissaries rioted throughout Constantinople, looting and murdering anyone who appeared to support Selim. More threatening, however, was a truce signed with the Russians, which freed Mustafa Bayrakdar, a pro-reformist commander stationed on the Danube to march his army back to Constantinople in an effort to restore Selim.
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07/28/1808-Mahmud II succeeds Mustafa IV as sultan of Turkey 
Mustafa IV1779, Sep 81807
18081808, Nov 15/16

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