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    Treaty between Great Britain and Muscat to take the place of the Treaty of Friendship Commerce ... amendments and alterations to the existing Treaty desired by the Sultan together with some comments by me ... embodied in the proposed new Treaty are as described in my above quoted telegram. I have the honour to be. ...

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    DRAFT Treaty of friendship, Coimnerce, and navigation between Great Britain and Muscat, 193 • Signed at Muscat, Ratifications were changed in His Majesty the King of Great Britain and Ireland ... have named as their Plenipotentiaries to con clude a treaty for this purpose, that is to say His ...

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    Article I The Treaty concluded between the British Government and the late Sultan Saiyid Faisal bin Turki of Muscat and Oman and Dependencies on the 19th March 1891 is hereby cancelled and declared void, and the present Treaty, when ratified, shall be substituted for it# ...

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    6" Article 2* Subjects of His Britannic Majesty shall, for the purpose of this Treaty, include subjects of Native States in India in alliance with His Majesty. Such subjects shall enjoy, throughout the dominions of the Sultan with respect to commerce, shipping and the exercise of trade, as in every other ...

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    IU Article 7» Existing Treaty* This article is to be deleted as its provisions have been included under Article 4 revised# ...

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    /5" ( jptlcle 7 Revised Treaty)# Article 8# The Sultan's Government has the right to charge all vessels entering any of the ports in the Sultan f g dominions with shipping^ tonnage^ or harbour dues to "be administered under the control of a special "bocird appointed by the Sultan for the improvement ...

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    /6 ( Article 8 Revised Treaty) Article 9, All duties leviable under Article 6 shall be paid in cpsh and not in kind. The value of the merchandise, goods or produce on which duty is to be levied, shall be fixed according to the ready money market price ruling at the time when the duty is levied. In the case of foreign ...

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    /S-z ( Article 9 Revised Treaty). Article 10 9 The Sultan engages by the present Treaty to provide and give orders to his officials that the movements of goods in transit shall not be obstruct ed or delayed in a vexatious manner by unnecessary Customs formalities and Regulations, and that every facility will be given ...

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    (Article 10 Revised Treaty) Article 11« British vessels entering a port in the dominions of the Sultan, in distress, shall receive from the local authorities all necessary aid to enable them to re-victual and refit so as to proceed on their voyage. Should a British vessel he wrecked off the coast ...

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    1\ (Article 11 Revised Treaty) Article 12, Should sailors or others belonging . to a British ship of war, or merchant vessel, desert, and take refuge on shore or on board of any of the Sultan's ships, the authorities of the Sultan, shall upon request of a Consular Official, or, in his absence of the Captain ...

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    ( Article 12 Revised Treaty) Article 15» Tlie trials and also the punishment of all offences and crimes of which British subjects may "be accused within the dominions of the Sultan also the hearing and settlement of all civil questions, claims or disputes in which they are defendants is expressly reserved ...

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    a/f (Article 13 Revised Treaty) Article 15, Siiould a subject of His Majesty residing in the dominions of the Sultan be adjudicated banlcrupt, the British Consul shall take possession of, recover and realise all available property and assets of such bankrupt to be dealt with and distributed according ...

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    (Article 14 Revised Treaty) Article 16 > Should a subject of the Sultan resist or evade payment of the just and rightful claims of a British subject, the authorities of the Sultan shall afford to the British creditor every aid and facility in recovering the amount due to him. In like manner the British ...

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    , (Article 15 Revised Treaty) Article 17 , Should a British, subject die within the dominions of the Sultan, or dying elsewhere leave property therein, moveable or immoveable, the British Consul shall be authorised to collect, realise and take possession of the estate of the deceased, to be disposed of according ...

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    3-7 (Article 16 Revised Treaty) Article 18 « The houses, dwellings, warehouses, and other premises of British subjects within the dominions of the Sultan shall not be entered or searched under any pretext, by the officials of the Sultan without the consent of the occupier, unless with the cognisance and assistance ...

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    (Article 17 Revised Treaty) Article 19. It is hereby agreed that the residents . of district or towns shall, without distinction of nationality, be subject to the payment of local Municipal taxes, which will be fixed and administered by or under the control of a special Board appointed by the Sultan. ...

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    (Article 18 Revised Treaty) Article 20, Subjects of the two High Contract ing Parties shall, within the dominions of ea^h other, enjoy freedom of conscience and religious toleration, the free and public exercise of all such forms of religion, provided that such form of religion does not wound or outrage ...

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    (Article 20 Revised Treaty) _ . - .- / Article 21 * The stipulations of the present Treaty shall he ... Australia. New Zealand. Provided always that the stipulations of the present Treaty shall be made applic able ... the date of exchange of ratifications of the present Treaty. ...

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    (Article 21 Revised Treaty) , — article 22 , fhe present Treaty has been executed in quadruplicate ... or Arabic text of one or other of the Treaty stipulations, the English text shall be considered decisive# The Treaty shall come into operation within one month after the date when the ratifications may take place. ...

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    (Article 22 of Revised Treaty) ■Article 23« 33 After the lapse of twelve years from the date on which the Treaty shall come into force, and on twelve months 1 notice given by either party, this Treaty shall be subject to revision by Plenipotentiar- iesjkppointed on both sides for this purpose, who shall ...

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    unnecessary and hardly suitable in a Treaty of Friendship but he insisted on their inclusion. I told ... desired a statement to that effect to be in the Treaty. od J" on IlBrfci do left rcaxtjB J-iaaiyl mi ... 9£lcI- Comments # lynendments and Mditions to Existing Treaty* Sultan objectsHo these words as being too ...

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    Comments Amendments and Additions to Existing Treaty, This regularises the Ltion for the Royal Force stationed in 2 at# sea, land or air from foreign countries or on the produce of the Sultan's dominions. This duty shajl be paid at the port in the Sultan^ dominions where the goods are first landed» ...

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    Comments* Ajaendments and Additions to Existing Treaty. 37 Until recently Naval and ral Air Sorce^ stores etc. -e landed direct at their jpeetive stations tout this jhnically irregular pro- lure lias been rectified* Somewliat similar egulations are apparently a force in other ountries so imposition to uscat ...

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    jt'; Comments* is .Amendments and Additions to Existing Treaty. Article 7 to be deleted. The restrictions regarding prohibition of articles have been abolished and the subject incorporated as part of Article 4# hi: The Sultan is agree- ible to consider the ques tion of contributing to maintenance ...

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    treaty difficulties with Prance and U.S.A. On the other hand it must be recognised that we can in fact ... treaty we will if he desires approach French and U.S.A. governments on his behalf with a view to modification of present treaty restrictions to moderate extent. 3. We still think that there can be little ...

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    any advantage in attempting to set off British coEQiaercial rights in Morocco against French treaty rights in Muscat "but are content to leave decision to His Majesty f s Govern ment • s judgment. gotqrmmm! op imik. ...

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    of Article 1 of Sultan's draft might assist in obtaining his agreement to prolongation of existing treaty until such time as new treaty is ratified. 4. On point of tactics do you prefer to raise question ...

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    proposals for a revised treaty is enclosed# !fhe existing treaty, and the Sultan* s draft, have been Bz/kt ...

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    received 6th IfoTeraber 1937. IMPORTANT Your telegram !To. 1024 of October 26th MUSCAT TREATY. Powle agrees ... as an experimental measure. I see no objection in action proposed but presume that request for prolongation of treaty ...

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    You can now link request for prolongation of treaty with agreement to municipal taxation, emphasising ...

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    political Resident, Bushire# \0 6 Your tele gram Ho. 1C96 of JTovember 6 th MUSCAT TREATY. I have had two ... realisation of fiscal and tariff autonoiDy and is most reluctant to prolong present treaty at all. I think however I have made him realise practical impossibility of completing new treaty before expiry of existing ...

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    Telegram From To Repeated No.1105. Dated 13th November 1957. My immediately preceding telegram. Muscat Treaty. I presume that Sultans new draft and question of prolongation of existing treaty will be discussed with Sultan in Delhi, with object of clearing some of present ambiguities. Presume Watts has ...

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    /// 55/36 Telegram From To Repeated NO.S251. Dated and Muscat Treaty* 2^* Watts reached Delhi 15th morning, 5. Sultan had a formal official meeting with Viceroy on the 15th record of which will follow by air mail. His Highness mentioned treaty question and desirability of prolongation for one year was put ...

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    1096 of November 6th. Sultan has agreed to prolong Treaty for one year or until ratification of new Treaty whichever is less on the understanding that ?sanction is given to his municipal taxa tion ... them during discussions on Treaty at Karachi when Sultan raised no objections and if laid down ?in ...

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    //3 -2- Trenchs -rd Fowle. Municipal taxation in aiy case will only last in its present form for one year or until ratification of new Treaty in which whole question of t axat ion of British subjects will be disposed of. ^ f\ -v t r 4© If you agree to my suggestions may I issue my draft notification enclosed ...

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    to prolongation of Treaty on conditions stated in para graph 1 of Watts' telegram. If approval to municipal regula ...

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    November to the Political Resident repeated to you. Sultan signed prolongation of Treaty yesterday® ...

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    2.7695/37. { ,.6645/1866 /91). vomim office,s.w.i. 2-ith Koveaber, 1937, , *- Bear Gibson, ilaay thanks for your letter Ho.P.Z.6941/37 of the 4th KoTBiaber about the proposal (1) that the abolition of the limit of Musoat custoas dues to under the French treaty of 1844, and (a) jurisdiction in French loges ...

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    in the Persian Gulf, Gaup Bahrain, o The Political Agent, Muscat, Revision of Muscat treaty, Referenc^— letter Ho.c/113/56 dated the 27th October 1937 nclosing Sultan's draft of new treaty, # No copy of a letter from ...

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    Secretary of State for India, London, The Political Agent, Muscat. Subject: Muscat Treaty. ^ p Reference ...

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    except where otherwise stated, are to the draft Treaty® I see no reason to object to the addition ... the Treaty# Paragraph 1« Mr. Caroe*s remarks. The present position is that in Muscat subjects of the Arab ...

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    should be Octroi . Article 6 of the existing Treaty this confusion does not exist snd the draft Article ...

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    / 3* «*7- Article Existing Treaty® Article 7. customary in most countries I think as a matter of principle we should resist their being imposed in Muscat. If the other charges are common practice then they might be agreed to but not otherwise, though I agree with Mr, Garoe that these charges are capable ...

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    that the whole of this Article be deleted from the new Treaty, especially as the Sultan 1 e claim for reciprocal ...

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    of the Political Agent. This, however, is the situation even under the existing Treaty. Paragraph 2./ ...

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    to those of the that Consulates/the Sultan may agree. Article 14 of old Treaty deletedo Article 13 ...

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    senitatic®, water, I etc# 2, There Is a spoclfie article in the 1891 Treaty with !!UDCa t with regard ... the 11 ;Mltan of Muscat and tho various Poeers with wuieh His Highness shell he in treaty ralaUons, inelt ...

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    In spite of t!ie Treaty article end in spite of the King's Eegoletion# which really ertbodlss a Biodifioatlon of tha Treaty article to tJie bene' It of the usent Oovern;sent (seeing that it ellninatao ...

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    frwa doing this tinde.' the Treaty of 1cm. There Is no specific provision In this treaty about taxes ... again United, but this time by Artiel« 6 of tii# Treaty Imposing a 8, limit end by the a.f .n. rovision ...

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    of custortn duties in Article 6 of our treaty will not affect the pwpooe Irriefllately if we retain n.f.n. ... the U»S*A. I have raised iUeation elsewhere whether we sho ild in the treaty neeotistions with the French ... in the ■ppnah treaty. I think it 18 clenr the French win not {Jive up ti air Unit, at any rate unlesB we do too# ...

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