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    of this examination is not so much to ascertain whether or not we desire to apply for a concession in Qatar ... it transpire as a result of these investigations in Qatar, or elsewhere on the Arab coast that geological ...

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    (p ) ...19.25. would appeal to Captain Leip or his successor. He may wish V to defer answering till he has had met Lees, n We have, of course, no concessional rights over Qatar or the Tnicial coast, and have already explained that our primary object in making this examination is to correlate the geology ...

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    (5) A.P-O.C.letter r^e Geologiat's visit to Qat3,t i, u*JU\ Re Qatar^ please see pages flagged in the three'' ; volumes of file 82 /1 submitted,and for the treaty with Qatar please see page 11 of file 9/55-2. ... the A.P.O.C.to take up the conceesion in Qatar for v/hich they had already applied,hut the Colonial Office v/ere ...

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    2 The same conditions appear to apply to your proposals regarding qatar, and here again, a proper concession involving an Exploration License would appear to be necessary before your geologist enters that tract because, when all is said and done, the travelling of your geologist through that territory ...

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    and Qatar peninsulas from a ship without going inland. If it were possible for Alban to accompany lees along ...

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    Coast, to visit four or five islands and to march across Qatar peninsula once. He mentions that similar ... Qatar. Manager knows that negotiations for lease in Qat a r must not be initiated. If H.M's. Government ...

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    CQHFIDFKVIAL. % The Fesidency, Bushirt, 19t}i October 1925. B.O. Ho. 388-S. :?lea©e refer to your letter Ho. 1998 of the 2nd October about the geologist's proposed trips across Musendaas, into Trucial Oman and across Q,atar. I haTe telegraphed to the Colonial Office recommend^ ~ing that permiaaion iaay ...

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    to Qatar and Trucial Coast . There no longer appears any prima facie reason for discouraging oil ... 1 Shaikh of Qatar or the Trucial Chiefs no attempt must be made to disguise the true object of the mission. ...

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    of State says there no longer appears any prima facie reason for discouraging oil development in Qatar ... coimaunication which I may make to the Shaikh of Qatar or the Trucial Chiefs no attempt is to be made to disguise ... for a visit to Qatar by myself tzm at Horner in the near future. | A. T. Wilson, K.C.I.K., etc.. General ...

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    1 s telegram of the 17th December. / "Can you inform us whether Q,ATAR and Trueial Coast reconnaissance may ... Dated 25th January 1926. For Jacks. "Trucial Coast reconnaissance: yes. ^QATAR doubtful, as Shaikh said ...

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    that on the appearance of the geolo gical party at Beda, the Sheikh will permit them to proceed with the reconnai^ance. ...

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    the Colonial Office 's recent dictum about Qatar. ire- yc ^ * v/e cy, ...

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    Delhi. Anglo-Persian Oil Company's Mission to Qatar and Trucial Coast. Sir # / /7^ I have the honour ...

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    Agent and to see for myself the attitude of Shaikh Abdallah "bin Jasim of Qatar. 5. I "beg now to submit ...

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    and General Syndicate, which is now installed at Bahrain. Qatar . 10. The potentialities of oil here seem ... by Major Holmes, the Syndic- -ate's Agent and Engineer, that artesian wells can probably be sunk in Qatar ... jurisdiction. This is because he is, himself, the chief pearl dealer in Qatar and he does his business ...

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    an oil concession right up to the southern border of Qatar and has materially assisted them to obtain ...

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    of the Geological Mission which the Anglo-Persian Oil Company contemplate sending to Qatar and the Trucial Coast ...

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    to go to Qatar (to) negotiate oil concession. He says that there was correspondence in summer hut there is nothing on the files here. Is his visit to Qatar sanctioned ? POLITICAL. Telegram R. Prom Resident, ...

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    (^asim-a-Thani, Shaikh of Q^atar. The agreement recorded in this letter was reached after, presents ...

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    Mo. /^/s cf 19S6. British Reeicienoy and Conaulate General, BuHhire, EJth April 1*?6. 0 To, The !t«aident Director, ThtJ Anglo-Persian Oil Co.,Ltd., MMORATOUM. ^ Reference your letter Ho.PG/lWG/General-yo?, dated April i1th,l»26. Please note that a ocpy of the letter from the Sheikh of Qatar rentioned ...

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    y ear s ago we exchanged correspondence with the Sheikh of Qa^tar by T \hiich we were granted ... whom you probably know, is a personal friend of H.E. the Sheikh of Qatar and frequently calls in to see ... but owing to a sudden change of plans to suit H.E. the Sheikh of Koweit's convenience, I omitted to do so ...

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    that he has satisfactorily concluded an arrangenent with ii.B. the Shaikh of Qatar whereby we possess ...

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    the A ^ first doY/n r.ail from xioadaa. i had no idea that the A.P.O.G '..'ere going to Qatar and there is nothing on my file about their having per mission to do so. Qatar was not under Bahrain in 1925 ...

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    RE00RD8- we beg to inform you that we have recently come to an understanding with H.E. the Shaikh of Qatar ...

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    Literal translation of a letter dated 26th August 1932 from tlie Ruler of Qatar. in the Name of God the Merciful and Gracious. From:- Abdullah ibn Oasim ath Thani, Ruler of Qatar. To:- Deputy General Manager, ... with regard to the inspection of the territories of Qatar in order to obtain information concerning ...

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    . • © Literal translation of a letter dated 26th August 1932 from the Raler of Qatar. in the Name ... you a Concession for the examination of the Country of Qatar to """"" explore for the signs indicating ... to concessions in the Country of Qatar. Usual complimentary ending dated 23rd Habia ath Thani 1351 Added. ...

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    Qatar and we will not negotiate with anyone except you in regard to the matters of this letter. (Signed) Abdullah al Qasim ath Thani Ruler of Qatar. Note Although this letter reads literally ... this is not intended by the Sheikh. His intention is that the negotiations shall take place during the two years, ...

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    conversation confirmed by our letter of 27th November regarding Qatar. Propose to send geological survey party ... will be six weeks to three months. May we conjmunicate with Shaikh of Qatar accordingly and proceed ...

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    Principals that we may expect shortly details of a geological survey they wish to be made of the Qatar ... the Shaikh of Qatar of our proposals and will thereafter send the party down by a direct sailing in one ...

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    with H.E. the Shaikh of Qatar and requesting us to keeo the Political Agent, Bahrein, informed of our arrangements in connection with the geological survey of the Qatar territory. We enclose copy of our letter 72D/7 of the 3rd December addressed to H.E. the Shaikh of Qatar and of our letter of today's date, ...

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    Gulf authorising us to communicate with H.E. the Sheikh of Qatar and to make the necessary arrangements ... of our letter 72D/7 of the 3rd December addressed to H.E. the Sheikh of watar noti fying him of our ...

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    with the Sheikh of ^tar, I am directed dy Secretary Sir John Simon to request you to inform Secretary Sir Philip ...

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    An fat* 7° is:/-Ihz MKHQ^TiAi ii6G0R08< QATAR , Ji(r We beg to refer to our letter 72D/'7 of the 8tii December 1932 and to inform you that in deference to a request received from H.E. the Shaikh of Qatar we ...

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    Eamadiian 1^61 from His Excellency Shaikh Abdulla bin Qasim al Thani,Ruler ol Qatar, (with translation) Subject. Lespatcii 01 a G-eolo.eical survey party 01 the Anglo Persian Oil Company to Qatar. &(s-u2a4*. ...

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    November 1916 between the Sheikh of Qatar and His Majesty's Government the Sheikh is precluded from ... in connection witb tbe agreement between the Anglo-Persian Oil Company and tbe Sheilch of Qatar, copies of which ... Resident in the Persian Gulf, in conveying to the Sheikh approval of it, should remind him of the terms ...

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    of the Sheikh. He is broadly speaking c£ opinion that exception need not be taken to the present agreement ... displayed a certain interest in the question at securing an oil concession in Qatar# The Secretary of State ... of view of the Sheikh; and ths Secretary of State is of opinion, therefore, that, quite apart from ...

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    arrangements at Qatar should be under British control; that some arrangement as regards jurisdi ction over, and the protection, of foreigners should be negotiated between His Majesty^ Government and the Sheikh, and, probably, ... and the Sheikh, the matter will be of less immediate importance, and Sir Samel Hoare would agree generally wiiii ...

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    and the Sheikh of qatar has actually been concluded, the Admiralty presume that paragraph 2 of the draft ...

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    of ^ the Residents despatch regarding the Anglo-Persian \ Oil Company^ agreement with the Shaikh of Qatar. I am ...

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    - for communication to The Hon f ble the Political Resident: - "GEOLOGICAL SUR^/EY QATAR E.WtSHAW P.T.GOX GEOLOGISTS ...

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    British Residency and Connnla+e-General, By ah Ire, the Snd T'chrnaxy 1933. W" IZ 1935 ' Qatar Oil Agreement Sir, With reference to correspondence ending with this office printed letter No. 5, dated the 23rd January 1933, 1 have the honour to report that a geological survey party of the Anglo-^erslan Oil Company ...

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    of 18th October last concerning the question of an oil concession in Qatar and to state ...

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    to info mi you that our Survey party left for Qatar on the 30th ultimo. Dr. E. W. Shaw and Mr. P. T. Cox, ... of the letter of introduc tion which our party will have presented to H.E. the Shaikh of Qatar. V/e have also ...

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    29th January, 1933• H.E. Shaikh Abdullah al Qasim ath Thani, * Ruler of Qatar, Dohah. Sir, We have the honour to introduce to Your Bxcellency the bearers of this letter. Dr.S.W.Shaw and Mr. P.T. Cox, who ... of the Qatar territory in accordance with the permission granted by Your Excellency some months ago. We trust ...

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    of Qatar,and to our conversation an the subject of the 8th February 1933. 2. It seems that His Majesty's ... oi control over Qatar. The suggestion nas far reaching implications (for example,how far we should be prepared to carry our protection of Qatar in the event of hostilities between Sa'udi Arabia and Qatar ...

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    to him,or to help,or settle matters arising out of, the operations of the Anglo- Persian Oil Company ... it is agreeable to us or not,our relations with Qatar must become closer and our responsibilities in various directions will increase. 5. I feel,therefore,that it is of importance for me to visit Qatar from time ...

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    4 0 3. on which I met him in Qatar before; and he has replied that he too remembers it and hopes that I will pay him another visit. I have the honour to be Sir, Your most obedient servant, Lieut Colonel. Political Agent,Bahrain. ...

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    receiving a visa for Qatar. 2. Since you tell me that he will be trying to obtain an oil concession in Qatar, it would be well to remind him that any dealings with the Arab Rulers of the Persian Gulf must be conducted through the British political authorities- in the case of the Sheikh of Qatar, through ...

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    of Q^atar* We trust, therefore, tnat you will approve of the despatch of our Representative to Qatar who is to be Mr.A•G• Sampson, and who is expected to be ready to proceed to Qatar from Abadan during the first week ... Ruler of Qatar. ^ We snail be much obliged if you will authorize us, as soon as possible, to communicate ...

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    "Following^ for Political Resident begins "Referring to our letter 14th inst., regarding Qatar "suggest when ...

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