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This files concerns relations between the Political Agent at Bahrain and the Amir of Dhahran [al-Ẓahrān] on the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia. The correspondents in the file include Khalid Sidairi [Khālid al-Suayrī], Amir of al-Ẓahrān; the Political Agent at Bahrain; and the Political Reside ...
This file contains correspondence related to the Persian Government's claim of sovereignty over Bahrain and the actions of some its agents in connection to operations taken by the British Government against the chiefs of Bahrain that it had accused of acts of piracy.The correspondence includes origi ...
Correspondence relating to the attitude of the Shaikh of Fujairah. The Political Agent, Muscat went to Fujairah in HMS Redbreastand found that the Shaikh was loathe to recognize that he was tributary to Sharjah. Correspondence discusses the brokering of an agreement by the ...
Correspondence in this file is on four topics: disagreements between Shaikhs of Sharjah and Dubai: salt-mines at Sir Abu Nu`air [Şīr Bū Nu‘ayr]; fighting between Abu Dhabi and Bedouin from the interior; fighting between Buraimi shaikh and Abu Dhabi; hostilities between Shaikh Sultan bin Saqr of ...
This file contains correspondence relating to the island of Sir Abu Nu'ayr[Şīr Bū Nu‘ayr],its use and ownership. It consists mainly of letters in Arabic with English translations. The main correspondents are Shaikh Za'id bin Khalifah, Chief of Abu Dhabi; Political Resident Persian Gulf; Residen ...
Correspondence between H.S. Barnes, Foreign Office, Government of India, and C.A. Kemball, Political Resident Persian Gulf, discussing how British influence can best be extended over the Trucial Shaikhs. If any foreign power sought to increase its involvemenet with the Shaikhs 'the Viceroy of India ...
Correspondence concerning Persian claims to sovereignty over the islands of Sirri, Abu Musa and Tunb [Greater and Lower Tumb] and the competing claim of the Shaikh of Sharjah. Correspondence discusses the erecting of flagstaffs by the Persians and also the Belgians. Correspondents include the Secret ...
Correspondence concerning the mining of red oxide on Abu Musa island owned by Shaikh Sagar bin Khaled of Sharjah. Letters reference the Protectorate Treaties 1897 clause that the Protectorate Sheikhs should on "no account, cede, sell, mortgage or otherwise give for occupation any part of my territor ...
This file contains reports and correspondence relating to the mining of iron ore on the island of Abu Musa and Hassan Samayeh's involvements with the Germans. The correspondents include the Political Resident Persian Gulf (Major Percy Cox), Residency Agent Sharjah; Lieutenant-Commander W. Hose, H.M. ...
Correspondence concerning Abu Musa island. Correspondence discusses British memorandum of 1908; the German case relating to their mining operations; the Persian claim to Abu Musa, Sirri and Tunb [Tumb]; the role of Hassan bin Samaiyah and the contract with the German company Wonckhaus. Corrresponden ...
Correspondence relating to the mining of red oxide on Abu Musa island. Includes the memorandum of the Foreign Office on the matter and the report of Captain Moore. Also discussed are the 'intrigues' of Muhammad Abdullah of Lingah and the Strick company's activities in taking possession of 500 tons o ...
Correspondence concerning the mining of red oxide on Abu Musa island. Correspondence discusses the removal of the mining equipment of Hassan bin Samaiyah. Correspondence also discusses the application of Wonckhaus to ship red oxide and negotiations with the Foreign Office over the termination of Won ...