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    of January, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, for negotiating and concluding a Treaty ... of Maskat: now know ye that 1, Edmund Roberts, Special Agent as aforesaid, do conclude the foregoing Treaty ...

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    MASKAT (AND ZANZIBAR). APPENDIX No. 6.— Tages 42 and 232. Treaty of Commehce concluded between His Highness the Imam of Maskat and the King of the French on the 17th November 1844, and finally ratified ... and having come to the determination of entering into a Treaty of Commerce and Amity, the former has ...

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    Escombk, Secy, to Govt. MEMORANDUM. ^ 4t ' 1 Vehrmrj 1846, the ratifications of the foregoing Treaty rjo, ... meaning the 13th February 1846. Article XVII of the Treaty, who replied o . .. . , that the said Article ...

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    and having come to the determination of entering into a Treaty of Commerce and Amityj the former has ...

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    Agent as aforesaid, do conclude the foregoing Treaty of Am.ty and Commerce, and every Article and Clause ...

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    of the foregoing Treaty were exchanged between His Highness the Imam of Maskat and Com modore Monsieur Remain ... lanatif ' n of tl,e precise meaning the 13th February 1846. 0 * Article X V II of the Treaty, who replied ...

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    ancestors. No. XXX. Treaty of Eiiiendship, C ommerce, and Navigation between Great B ritain and Muskat—1891. ...

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    Highness and the powers having Treaty relations with Muskat, and to which Great Britain shall ...

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    Tho treaty ODncludod b0tw33n th0 British GoveiTiTt^it anl His Hi^hnGss Sultan ot Alaskat and Onun, ... is hereby cancelled and declared void from the date when the present treaty comes into operation, and the present treaty shall, from that date, ba substituted for it. Article II. The provisions of this treaty ...

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    article ». It is agreed and underetood by the High Contracting Parties that, in the event ..£ an arrangement being entered "into hereafter between His Highness and the powers having Treaty relations with Mnskat, and to which bie. t Britain-shall be a consenting party, whereby vessels enterm,, P or ' £ Muskat ...

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    Article IX. 1 The duties leviable under Article VI of this treaty shall be payable in coin which is lesjal tender in British India, unless, by common consent of the trader and of the authorities of His Hi^hnes's Customs House, it is agreed in any case to satisfy all dues by delivery of one-twentieth part ...

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    A rticle 10. His - Highness the SuUan of Mustat engages^y the Treaty tj provide and give orders to his offie'als that the move ° nnecessary Cos- -»»- - their transport. ...

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    or 'he- alar i of less 3is- ish Article X. I His HigViness the Sultan engages by the present treaty to s ecur e that th^ vement of goods in transit shall not be obstructed or delayecTm a vexati anner by unnecessary Customs formalities and regulations, and that evi icility will be given for their transport, ...

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    being entered into hereafter between His Highness the Sultan and the powers having treaty relations ...

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    Telegram Code "Prom Resident, BueMre To Political, Muscat No. 636 Dated tine 18th May 1928• Government of India enquire if I propose taking up question of renewal^ of Muscat Commercial Treaty for further year. Any observations ? Resident, Telegram Code Prom Political, Muscat I'o Resident, busnire No. ...

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    dues as may hereafter he agreed upon. Article IX. The duties leviable under Article VI of this treaty ... purchasing the goods at the trader's valuation plus ten per cent. ^ Article X. .Uo ^ thR nreaent treaty ...

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    Maskat—No. XXX. bo A rticle 21. The stipulations of the present Treaty shall be apphcab and foreign possessions of Her Britannic Majesty so far . I f ...

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    ; 6 It is further agreed that dunng the existence of the present Commercial Treaty the goods produced or manufactured in, and vessels beloDginsr to any part of the British Empire shall enjoy ... XXII. -The present treaty has been executed in quadruplicate, two copies beini .—^ ...

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    or Arabic text of one or other of the treaty stipulations, the English text shall be considered decisive. The present Treaty shall be ratified and the ratifications shall be exchanged at Maskat within six months of this day of signature. The treaty shall come into operation within one month after the date when ...

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    Provided always that the stipulations of the present Treaty shall be made applicable to any of the above-najijed Colonies or foreign possessions, on whose behalf notice to that offect shall have been given ... the date of exchange of the ratifications of the present Treaty. arttp.t.f. 22. ...

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    Article XXIII. After the lapse of ten years from the date on which this treaty shaU J come into force, and on 12 montbs notice given by either party, this treaty shall be subject to revision by Plenipotentiaries appointed on both sides for this purpose, who shall be empowered to decide on and adopt such amend ...

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    and administered by or under the control of a special Board, nothing contained in this Treaty shall be understood ...

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    |jji« The present Treaty has CKllS to the proper interpietationo ghal i t e considered decisive. The into operation within one month after the date when the ratifications may take place. A rticle 23. After the lapse of twelve years from the date on which the Treaty shall _ ...

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    come into forcej and on twelve months notice j ^iven oy eiliiei ]>iirt .yj lius Treaty shall be subject to revision by Plenipotentiaries appointed on both sides for this purpose, who shall be empowered to decide on and adopt such amend ments as experience shall prove to be desirable. Her to oi.*C*AI. ...

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    I 3 Article XXI. The stipulations of the present treaty shall not be applicable to any of His ... of the present treaty. It is understood that, under the provisions of this article, His Majesty's )vernment can, ... Treaty at any time on giving 12 months' notice to that 3fl:ect > on behalf of any British Colony, ...

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    Article 22. The present Treaty has been executed in quadruplicate, two copies being written in English and two in Arabic. These are understood to be of similar- import and signification ; in the event, ... or other of the Treaty stipulations, the English text shall be considered decisiveT ' The Treaty shall come ...

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    ■ A rticle 19. It is hereby agreed between the two High Contracting Parties that, in the event of an agreement being hereafter arrived at between His Highness the Sultan of Muskat and the various Powers with which His Highness shall be in Treaty relations, including Great Britain, which must be a consenting ...

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    1 1 the iU„ the the be rty, ion- ani- trol Article XXII. The present treaty has been executed ... interpretation of the English or Arabic text of one or other of the treaty stipulations, the English text shall be considered decisive. The present Treaty shall be ratified and the ratifications shall be exchanged at Maskat ...

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    A rticle 23. nnmo^^f 61 f lie lapse ? f tw elve years from the date on which the Treaty shall come into force, and on twelve months' notice ^iven bv either mrtv +1 • fo^thi ^ suh f ct t 0 ^vision by Plenipotenliaries appointed on both sides r this purpose, who shall be empowered to decide on and adopt such amend ...

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    /tv) Article XX111. AKTIUiiB i! 4-v>a rliffl on which this treaty snail After the lapse of ^/ ear 'J r0 ™ tice given by either party, this treaty come into force, and on J ^^I'loninotentiaries appointed on both sides I or S p X-•""" inente as experience shall prove to be destrable. In witness whereof ...

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    Highness the Sultan and the various Powers _ with which His Highness shall he in treaty relations, ... nothing contained in this treaty shall be understood so as to exempt British residents from the payment ...

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    Protocol. \ The undersigned, in proceeding to the exchange of ratifications of the Treaty signed ... which shall have the same force and validity as if it had been inserted in the body of the Treaty itfeelf. It is agreed^that under Article 23 of the said Treaty either of the High Contracting Parties shall ...

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    Treaty of Friendship, Commerce , and Navigation between Great Britain and Muskat 1891. Signed at Muskat, March 19th—1891. Her Maiesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Empress ... and extend their commercial relations, have named as their Plempoten Varies to conclude a treaty ...

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    Article 1. The Treaty concluded, between the British Government and Sultan^ Seyyid -bin- Sultan of Muskat and Omaa on the 31st May, 1839 (17^R:ibia 1st, 1255), is hereby cancelled a^d declared void, and the present Treaty, when ratified, shall be substituted ^ it. ...

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    Article 1. rhe treaty omduied betwaen the British Govemm3\t anl His Highness ■altfin of Maskat ... 18^-2, is hereby cancelled leclared void from the date when the present treaty comes into operation, -he present treaty shall, from that date, ba substituted for it. ...

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    .... ~ A iff We, the undersigned, nave agreed to what follow si-That the Treaty of friendship. ... in the matter of the revision of that Treaty, And it will remain in force for a period of one year from this eleventh day of February 193U, corresponding to the 11th Ramathan 134b-H. unless a suitable Treaty ...

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    A mbssm* 35/86. Talogram P. From Political,Muscat. To Foreign,Delhi. Repeated Reeid©nt,Bushire. No.208. Dat®d 11th received 18th February 19^2. m Muefeat Commercial Treaty. I received your telegram ... Should I proceed with revision of treaty • on the basis of the draft of 1905 or am I to await further ...

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    for Political Agent, B Treaty and C Sultan. Resident• Telegram P. From Resident, SMJihi R, I.M. S.Lawrence, ... is for Political Agent to renew the existing treaty when the Sultan Qf Muscat returns and proceed with new Treaty ...

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    I consider best course is for the Political Agent to renew the existing treaty when the Sultan Of Wuscat returns and proceed with new Treaty as soon^ as the points raised by him in the second paragraph of his ...

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    35/S6 Telegram P. From Foreign,Delhi. To Political,Muscat # Repeated Resident,Bushire. No. 238-3. Dated 20th r reived 2lBt February 1922, Revision of Muscat Commercial Treaty a Reference Your telegram No.POBi Please raport prostsnt/us regards revision of tariff, and in thi 'onnaction your attention ...

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    ^5/8F5 y Tels^ram P. From PoliticaljMuscat. To Foreign, Dolhi. Repeated Bushire« ,No .7/c Dated ^3rd received 24th February 1982. ^ Your telegram NOo2.33«S» CoiniDercial Treaty• Win^ate changed hi ... revision of treaty need b< delayed on this account. Political ...

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    and as the AngJ.o-Per3ian Treaty was never ratified and Persi is thoroughly anti-British I do not think we need go out ...

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    in connection with revision of present Treaty. Politicalo ...

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    35/86. Telegram P. Fi^om Foreign, Delhi « To Political Resident, Bunhire. Repeated Muscato No.271/0 D.O. •* ' ' Dated 1st received 2nd March 1922. Reference your telegram No•364. Did not ^ present treaty ... Has old Treaty lapsed? When is the Sultan expected to arrive at Muscat? Last year extension ...

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    35/36 . ' ^3- Telegram P. % From Trevor, Bushire, Ic Political,Muscat 0 ^ No. 407 Dated 3rd March 1922, -• t 0 Reference your telegram No ,9/0. It is not quite clear to ne why revision should not be conridered now # unless you thinlr old Treaty has lapsed and there is not time to go into question now? ...

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    :5/86 . Telegram P. From Political,Muscat• To Resident,Bushire. Repeated Foreign, No.lO/C D.O. Dated and received 2nd March 1922. Foreign Departrent 1 s telegram 271/C. Presumably Treaty did expire ... No,271/0 and Muscat 10/G# I should think treaty could be prolonged again in same way as in previous years ...

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    time even in favourable cicumsta^ces• Therefore I think i^ possible Treaty should be revised leaving Tariff as it is, A^'ter revision of Treaty Tariff revision should I think be taken up. a Political• ...

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    Til eg ram P, From Resident,Bushire. To ForeiDelhi• *••486 Dated 4th March 1922. Reference my telegram No♦364, Muscat Oommerclal Treaty. Political Agent wires that in his •pinion enhancement of Tariff ... for sometime, he thinks if possible that Treaty should be ruvised leaving Tariff as it is, and that Tariff ...

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    as/ee. Telegram P. From Foreign,Delhi. To Resident,Bushire. Repeated Muscat. No.304-S Dated and received 9th March 1982. Reference your telegram No.425. Re^-sion of the treaty may be held in abeyance for the present and existing treaty should be prolonged at the first possible opportunity for a further petftod ...

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    Highness the sultan of Muscat and the Political Agent prolonging the "uscat Connercial Treaty of 1891 for a further period of one year. rhe wording is the sane as in the previous documents prolonging this treaty ...

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