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    35/86 Te le gram ^ From Political Resident, -csushire. To His iiajesty's Secretary of State for India, London. No.242, Dated the 11th June 1938• I presume copies of draft Muscat treaty have been sent to -Bahrain as requested and not to Bushire as stated in your telegram ^0.1086 of the 10th June ? l]J&r , 38. ...

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    of the Muscat Commercial Treaty of 1891, the Sultan expressed his unwillingness to agree to any further renewal ... to this country to discuss with him informally the terms of a new treaty to take its place. A copy is enclosed of the draft treaty which has now been sent to His Highness as a result of the discussions. This draft ...

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    Commercial Treaty of 1391 or a further period of one year from the 11th February, 1958. 2. This despatich ...

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    on the latest iraft of the Treaty:- ^T^cle 2-fcr^yaph (1,) - This Article provides for reciprocal freedom ...

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    Treaty, vide Article 14, in which the expression was "crime or serious offence punishable by lav/". We ...

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    because the provisions of the Anglo-Italian Treaty of Commerce of 1883 were made applicable to India under ... for Afghanistan) are confined to the seaports. The Commercial Treaties affecting India have now been scrutinised ... the Treaties concluded on the 16th February 1866, 21st November 1848 and 9th December 1856, respectively, ...

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    this inability is not a matter of imporuance, ine same applies also to Muscat who under the treaty of 19th March ... are based on the express provisions of their respective treaties. There is no otner rower, so far ... in her treaty with Great Britain. That Power is P ersi a. The treaty concluded with Persia on 4th March ...

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    dated 8th June. Muscat Treaty. We have no further comments. foreign ...

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    Treaty following is gist of Watts* comments. JJtill record follows by mail beginss ixticles l and 19 . He ...

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    Article 6 {2)* As drafted sub-paragraph ^2) will lead to endless trouble exactly as was experienced in the past ovei interpretation of phrase "ready lDoneylDarket• ,, in old treaty• He would therefore press for its omission and araendment oi sub-paragraph (3) to provide that Xariff Board shall fix values ...

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    8th. Muscat Treaty. 2. Foreign Office areinclinedto think that it would be a mistake to endeavour ...

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    Treaty. I take the opportunity to inform you of another drafting amendment which will he required ...

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    ^HMUasJ S: 0 Reference " >7 . ! o r tide 1 (ii). The Sultan in the course of several conversations with me on the subject of the jurisdiction of nationals other than those defined in the 1891 treaty ... under the terms of the 1891 treaty) to subjects of the Indian States being considered as British ...

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    icle 1 (iv) The above remarks will of course apply to the Sirticle 19. marginal notes of Article 1 (iv) and of Article 19. r ft ^ icle The alteration in this Article compared with the corresponding one in the old treaty is^ i think ? an excellent one in particular respect to the necessity of would-be ...

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    surprising in a Treaty with another Country ? would, I think5 not be objected to by the Sultan and it would ...

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    the interpretation of that unfortunate phrase "'Tieady money market'' in the old Treaty. mentioned in Sub Paragraph ...

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    Telegram Q From Political Resident, Bushire, at Karachi, To Secretary to the Government of India, External Affsi rs Department, Simla, No. T/146 Dated the 24th June 1938. Muscat Treaty. Please telegraph what Customs exemptions if any are allowed by Government of India to foreign Consuls (a) de carriere (b) not de ...

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    / Your telegram No.1148 of June 22nd. Muscat Treaty. Articles 1 and 19,2(1), 6(3) and 6(4). We agree. 3* ... and that this principle should if possible be laid down in Treaty to enable Muscat Customs Officers to decide valuations ...

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    1938. s! Muscat Treaty. Grateful for as early reply as possible to my telegrams in order "before I leave ... text of Treaty. This can then be finally checked by His Majesty's Government and Government of India. ...

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    361/58 Board of Trade, Great George Jtreet, London, 20th June, 1938 Dear Symon, ^ P o > Draft Anr.'lo-Muscat Treaty « I* Following on our telephone conversation, we have cor^idered the points raised by '/atts in his letter to Gibson of 11th June, We have only the following observations to make (and even ...

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    on what grounds this suggestion is made - in our treaties, where the coasting trade is to be excepted from ...

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    of the draft of the new Muscat Treaty the follovvinc: are our observations* ^ ^' /f>-1 cjc, re e a rd ... In view of the urp;ency of the matter we have not had time to consult our Treaty Department who may ...

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    Telegram Q Frcm Government of India, External Affairs Depart ment, Simla, To Political Resident, Bushire, at Karachi. No,1081. Dated and received the 4th July 1938, Your telegram No.T/163 of July 2nd. Muscat Treaty Article 11. We concur. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. U. \V 0 . CI LV 6'. XZ s J ...

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    Muscat Treaty Article 2(1). We would agree to suggestion made by Powie m paragraph 2 if it is acceptable ... telegram No.T/162 July 2nd. Muscat Treaty Article 16. We concur. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ...

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    #7 Telegram Q From Political Resident, Bushire, at Karachi. To Secretary of State for India, London, Repeated Government of India, External Affairs Depart- ment, Simla• Copy by post Political Agent, Muscat. No.T/169. Dated the6th July 1938. 4$ Paragraph 6 of your telegram No.1219 July 5th. Muscat Treaty ...

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    telegram No.T/161 of July 2nd, Muscat Treaty paragraph 2 to paragraph 5. We agree subject to acceptance ...

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    / u ' Telegram Q, 5Tom Secretary of state for India, London. To Political Resident, Bushire. Repeated Government of India, Simla. Copy by mail to Political Agent, Muscat. Uo. 1232 Dated 6th July received 7th July 1938. IMPORTANT Muscat Treaty, 2# Your telegram lJo .T/l58 of June 30th and Government ...

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    35/86 li telegram jrom % Government of India, External Affairs Department, Simla. To Secretary of State for India, London. Repeated Political Resident, Bushire, at Karachi Copy by post to Political Agent, Muscat. UO.1106 Bated and received 7th July 1938. Muscat Treaty. Reference paragraph (c) ...

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    of the new treaty between myself and my friend His Brit annic Majesty's Governments I confirm with much ...

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    1938, in connection with the new treaty between myself and my friend H.B.M. G-overnment, with much ...

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    in the second paragraph of your said letter. I also accept the Arabic translation of the draft of the naw treaty ... the valuable help which you rendered to rie in London and here in the course of our treaty conversations, and I hope that, through your meduim, the conclusion of the treaty will meet the wishes of both ...

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    To Repeated From Telegram Q Political Resident, Bushire, at Karachi Secretary of State for India, London. Government of India, External Affairs Department, Simla, Copy by post to Political Agent, Muscat, No.T/175, Dated the yth July 1938. Muscat Treaty. Discussion with Sultan concluded. Full report will be sent ...

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    apartment. Reference y — Simla. xmkx SS e The political Agent, Muscat* Muscat Treaty ^ • Reference ... or two major ones, which had to be settled by discussion before the draft Treaty could assume its final ...

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    the right to reside at Muscat. Arabic translation, as approved by Sultan, oi the draft Treaty ... of the Arabic translation of the drrft Treaty, m his reply (3) His Highness accepted the whole of ay letter. 5. ...

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    the translation of the treaty of 1891 caused a good deal of trouble and delay, and on this occasion also was not iavoid of difficulty, Tide correspondence ending with my telegram Ho,T/lSl of 16th June ... (c) f or the Sngli sh and ATab i c t ext s to be prepared for signature^ (d) for the treaty ...

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    the treaty and there is no refer ence in it to the treaty. In Yiew however of the fact that the question arose in correspondence connected with the treaty it may be conyenient to deal with it here. "he Foreign ...

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    Tele gram From Secretary to the Government of india, External Affairs Department, iiimla Repeated Ho. 1146. To Political He si dent, Jbuahire# Secretary of State for India, London. Dated and received the 16th July 1938. Jr 1 1») Your telegram iMO.T/l66 of July 3rd. Muscat Treaty. translator here ...

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    Treaty. Ho objection to check etc. here. Secretary of otate for India. ?.L. (i. ...

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    Telegram fr cm 35/86 Government of India, External Affairs Department, Simla. To Secretary of State for India, London. Repeated Political Resident, Bushire ^t Karachi. Political Agent, Muscat. flo. 1368. Dated 27t]i received 2&tlci August 1938. treaty make* , -/'A A fit* Your telegram Ho. 1492 of August 26th. ...

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    Treaty. 2. Grateful for post copy of India Office telegram No.1492 of the 26th August referred to, which ...

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    Reference political Resident's Express letuer Ho. 890rS of 15th July. Muscat Treaty. / Ifave you any ...

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    Treaty and I enclose a list of the passages where substantial discrepancies occur as between the English ... 9 K t ! A copy of the draft Treaty, as amended in the light of your discussions at Karachi, is enclosed. 2. ...

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    Article 31 (1) The Arabic rendering of this section reads, literally; "So long as the provisions of the present Treaty are not applicable in any territory referred to in Articles 19 and 20, by virtue ... of the English or Arabic text of one or other of the Treaty stipulations" has been rendered by "the translation ...

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    ,6004/ 38 BOAHD OF TRADE 5 Great George Street ? S.W.I. I 2bth Augustp 1958 Dear Symon;, I was talking to you on the telephone this evening ahout Article 12(2) of the Muscat Treaty. In order to get ... or to the British Consul . If it is too late for such a substantial amendment to be incorporated into the Treaty ...

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    P.2.6004/38, dated the 27th August 1938, to you, regarding the Muscat Treaty. Will you please let rae know ... the Treaty with the Sultan in Muscat in October, and if this is to be possible, these outstanding points must necessarily be settled before your return. As the Sultan has a copy of the draft Treaty in Arabic I do not see ...

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    to Fowle No#0/612, September 5th# MUSCAT TREATY# Fowle agrees that Sultan must be consulted regarding ...

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    c/o LlDycis Sank ^td, 6 Pall Mall, S.W.I. 31st August 1953. Gould you please refer to your letter No.?.2.6004/38, dated the 27th August, on the subject of the Muscat Treaty. 2 with regard to Arberry *s corrections in the Arabic translation. I certainly think that a further reference should be made ...

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    y Muscat. Mo. C/696 of 1938. Dated 25th September, [ys 8. Subjects Muscat Treaty. . — — Reference ... and (b) amendment of Article 12 (2). as regards (a). The English text of the draft treaty used ...

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    Telegram Q,. Itom political Resident, at Kuwait To political Agent, Muscat Copy by mail to Secretary of State for India, London, and Grovernment of India, External Affairs Department, Simla. Ho.T/fe04 # Dated tiie 16tli October, 1938 # India Office telegram No^lSGO October 14th, MIS CAT TREATY ...

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    letter he agrees the first of the alternative amendments suggested to Article 12(8) the Draft Treaty ...

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