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    to the south than he was actually claiming. When Ibn Saud concluded his first treaty with the Idrisi some ... himself, by the terms of the Saudi-Yemen Treaty of " Bon-Voisinage," &c., of December 1931, he should have been handed over to Ibn Saud by the Imam. The treaty provided for the extradition of all offenders, ...

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    were in treaty relations with Saudi Arabia and the Saudi Government were sincerely desirous that those relations should remain friendly, but they (the Italian Government) were also in treaty relations ...

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    the entry in force of a definitive treaty of commerce and navigation, or until thirty days after notice ...

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    of the Treaty of Mecca in 1926, and that it would be ready to elaborate the juridical reasons on which its ... for example, note verhale No. 222751/91 of the 25th June, 1931), the Treaty of Mecca of 1926, by which Ibn Saud ... for the recognition of the Treaty of 1926, seeing that it was about to conclude with the Hejaz a Treaty of Friendship, ...

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    which the Idrisi held sovereignty at the time of the conclusion of the Treaty of Mecca, passed, in virtue of that treaty, under the sovereignty of King Ibn Saud, and has formed de jure and de facto part ... to the conclusion of the Treaty of Mecca of 1926 (the text of which is to be found in Eastern Affairs, Part XX, ...

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    acquired a protectoiate under the Treaty of Mecca of 1926, namely, all the territories which were under the sovereignty of the Idrisi, at the moment of the conclusion of the Treaty of Mecca. This appeared to His ... the conclusion of the Treaty of Mecca to the area over which the Idrisi held sovereignty, and they therefore ...

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    occupation for over three s, audi- months after the date assigned in the Saudi-Idrisi Treaty of 1926 to the earlier lesaiii treaty between Ibn Saud and the Idrisi. The date of that treaty is given as the irnmii ... appear not to have been in possession either on the .except of the Saudi-Idrisi Treaty of 1920 ...

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    of the present despatch. 5. Although the Saudi-Idrisi Treaty of 1920 has not been published, I think it can ... 1927, Dr. Abdullah Damluji is described as having said that the treaty of 1920 " only defined ... the second treaty, which he made with the Idrisi in 1926. As he was +i ei T^ C ^ U1 u in i^i Iover what had ...

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    t and that his delegates signed what he regards as a treaty of friendship. &c. This i* treaty, which, ...

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    post more than a consulate, despite the conclusion of a general treaty with Ibn Saud in November 1931. ... officials, whom he found incon ceivably tiresome when negotiating his treaty. He is understood to have ...

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    the frontier, who could discuss the question at the same time that they recorded in treaty form the agreement ...

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    the crisis, and that nothing but the treaty-making remains. The Saudi Government themselves seem to have been ...

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    as being '' the conclusion of the treaty referred to in the leading article in the last issue." . u j a ui. ...

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    frequent opportunities of tellmg me the effect of the Saudi Idrisi Treaty of 1920. Inverting T? €Xt i took ...

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    d be delimited and that a Treaty of Friendship twentyy^f^tqulsUonofN.' b f Vee11 the tW0 P artie ...

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    inlj «stis|| Icaiiir neralr the Si ;odw ; d frii i^prep xioiis i rttoi WDtii- treaty should be drawn up, signed and made public immediately. As regards the question of Najran, negotiations should ... who had committed these acts; and he manifested readiness to conclude the treaty and to depute ...

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    of Asir shall reside. [d) To conclude a treaty of friendship between the two countries. [56 u—2] ...

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    of the Idrisi, the discussion of the Najran question and a meeting of delegates to draw up a treaty ... the Imam, friendship. The Amir Saud had ej! V SS and P rocee d with the treaty of two days earlier by some ...

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    by sea for HODSIDAH where it is expected that ratifications of Peace Treaty (my telegram 104 of May 28th) ...

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    paid taxes to the A1 Saud since the time of his ancestors, in virtue of letters and treaties still ...

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    Prior to the conclusion of the Treaty of Mecca of 1926, the Idrisi was an independent ruler exercising sovereignty over certain territories in South-West Arabia. By the Treaty of Mecca, the Idrisi handed over ... The result of the Treaty of Mecca was to establish a protectorate by Ibn Saud over the territories ...

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    WjF r paragraph 3 of the Italian Government's undated note of December 1933 reference is made to the "well-known rights" of the Imam over Asir. His 1 fLj, Majesty's Government know of no good grounds for any claim which the Imam ^ may have put forward before the conclusion of the Treaty of Mecca to the area ...

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    treaty and exchange of ratifications should take place not later than June 25th. Numerous troop movements ...

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    of Abdul Wahab but it now appears that exchange of ratifications took place on June 22nd. Treaty ...

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    such as the # Iraq treaty, which takes the place of previous existing obligations, he aay be assured that short ...

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    : " After the conclusion of the Anglo-Yemen Treaty," he says, " Abdullah-al-Wazir and his colleagues began ... request Seyyid Abdullah-al-Wazir to come to you to conclude the Treaty of Brotherhood; may God protect ...

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    to previous correspondence Saudi-Yemen Treaty. ...

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    No. X02, (1920/17/567) British Legation, Jedda, 27th June, 1934, Sir, Vith reference to my telegram l\ T o.l51 of the 24th June I have the honour to enclose herewith an annotated summary of the recent treaty between Saudi Arabia and the Yemen. It will be some little time before I can send you a full ...

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    considerations are more important than geography# 3. There is nothing on the face of the Treaty to suggest ...

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    4. V/hether the Treaty can be regarded as in any sence in is d more dufxicul u Qnestion# I niyssXi* am inclined bo think that it amounts to little or nothing of the kind. The peculiar position of the parties as the only two really Independent rulers in Arabia, both ardent xenophobes, has Iriven them ...

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    6. The only other point to vhich I need advert 1b the reference to secrecy in the first paidKof annexed letters. The Saudi letter su^. ests that the Treaty should "be kept secret, especially the part ... their preldbminary condi ti had been fulfilled and the coming into force of the Treaty was assured. I am sending ...

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    investigation after the ratification of the Treaty; legal damages to be guaranteed in cases of murder etc. ... of desputes arising between them under this Treaty or otherwise. Failing set element by friendly negotiations, ... hich will be deemed an integral part of the Treaty. 9, Each -?arty to prevent action or preparations ...

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    assigned to each party under this Treaty to be the subjects of that partyo Neither party to accept as his ... have signed this Treaty, failing either of whom he may be rep lac c- oy a person having stated ...

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    of action by this article. 21. Abrogation of Treaty ox 1 15th December 1931 0 28. Ratifications to be exchanged as soon as possible, whereupon the Treaty will come into force forthwith, awMK'ine, the provision in Article 1 regarding the termination of the state of v ;ar. The Treaty shall remain in force for twenty ...

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    recording agreement on the following subjects (a) The Saudi stipulation that the Treaty shall not come ... of the Idrisis^ tne evacuation of the mountain area and the release of the hostages, The Treaty is to be kept ...

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    Saudi-Yemen Treaty. ...

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    Office 0(2261/17/643) of 30/7/34. Treaty of Taif. 3479 8213 (a) f M ...

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    I 88^. (3861/17/645) British Legation J" edaa# 30tii July 19S4» Sir, itli reference to Sir 4ndi»ew Ryan 1 © aeepatch ^ Ho»'i02(li?^u/l7/567) of the 27th June, I have the honour to forwanl herewith a complete tranolfttlon of the Treaty of Taif, w!iich hao been prepared hy Mr» Furlon^e. the obscurities ...

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    In the name of God the Merciful the Compassionate. Treaty of Islamic Friendship and Brotherhood 5 "betv/een The Saudi Arab Kingdom and The Kingdom of the Yeinen 0 His Honourable Majesty the Imam 'Abdul ... ; And in view of the necessity of establishing firm treaty relations between them and their Governments ...

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    shall be terminated as from the moment of signature of this Treaty, and t lerc shall forthwith ...

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    of this treaty. His Majesty the Imam King 'Abdul 'Aziz abandons by this treaty any right of protection or occupation , or any other right, which he claimed in the country, which, according to "chis treaty, , belongs ... siMilarly abandons by tnis treaty any ri t >ht ne claimed in the name of Yemeni unity or omsrwise, ...

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    ARTICLE 6. 'i'he two High Contracting parties under take immediately to withdraw their troops from the country which, by virtue of this Treaty, becomes the possession of the other party, and to safeguard the inhabitants and troops. (Vide Jedda Chancery Letter No.) ( 2565/17/689,d/-ll.9.34. ) p.3. 6l/ll pt. vii. « - - ...

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    the ratification of this treaty, as having been taken, to give compensation for all damage according as may ...

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    s i-vnc'cner caused by this treaty or the interpretation of I o:.- of its Articles or resulting from any other ... and the conduct arc explained in the appendix attached to this treaty. This appendix shall have the force and authority of this treaty and shall be considered as an integral part of it. Article 9 g The two High ...

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    that the people of all areas accruing to the other party hy virtue of this treaty are subjects of that party. Each ...

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    t Miol \V. 0 f the manner in which they did scu if either party has any doubt of the occurrence of anything contrary to this undertaking the pa^ty entertaining the doubt may apply to the other party to convoke a meeting of* the rep^esenuatives who signed this treaty* one ' if it is impossihle for anyyoi ...

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    in any case be cancelled as from the ^ate of ratification of this treaty. Article 22 a This treaty shall ...

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    „ This treaty shall "be called the Treaty of Taif? It has been drawn up in two copies in the noble Arabic ...

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    Yahya ? King of the Yemen? have agreed in accordance with Article 8 of the Treaty of Peacej Friendship and Good Understanding? known as the Treaty of Taif ? signed on the 6th of Safar 1353 5 to refer ...

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    Article 5o Tnis covenant shall be regarded as an integral part of the Treaty of Taif signed this day the 6th of Safar 1353 ? and will remain in force during the period of the validity of the treaty. Written in Arabic 9 tn two copies 9 of which each of the two High Contracting Parties is in possession ...

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