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    across by the mail leaving to-day. 2. First paragraph of- the Express Letter There would be no harm ... a copy (in Arabic) of the Bahrain counter claim to Hawar to the Shaikh of Qatar when I saw him ...

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    to warn both the Sheikh and the Company that the question whether the Hawar Islands are included ... by the Sheikh and by the two competing oil companies. In the circumstances, however, it would seem highly ...

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    2 from the Political Agent, Bahrein, whether any reply had "been received from the Sheikh of '-soar, Ii h^ has not yet replied he might now oc asked uo snomi u his reply within such further short period as you think reasonable. The issue of the above has been authorised. ...

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    forthcoming, have moved the Sheikh and his advisers to propose to give the whole of the additional area ... ■ * Resident recommend compliance with the Sheikh’s wishes. 2. We shall he glad of your views. Subject to these it seems to us that in the circumstances it will he best to accept the Sheikh’s proposals, subject however ...

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    During general conversation H.H. remarked a propos of the lack of results in Qatar that he was sure ...

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    Confidential Hr Sl'^HIRE RESIDENCY. CONFiBEfTRAL RECORDS D.O. No. C/246-1.a/29 Dated the 13th April 1939 4b Cv-v ^ ^ Cx^\_yJ Will you please refer to the correspondence in regard to the Hawar Islands resting with your Express letter No. 192-S dated the 16th March 1939. 2. I was half way across the Qatar ...

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    a translation of a letter dated the 30th March 1939 from Shaikh Abdullah bin Qasim A1 Thani, Shaikh of Qatar ... is a dependency of Qatar 1 ’. (2) Letter dated the 27th May 1938 from Shaikh Abdullah bin Qasim A1 Thani, ... contained the Shaikh of Qatar's formal claim to sovereignty over the Eawar Islands. ...

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    Government 1 s formal counter-claim. -Mi ‘ (5) The rejoinder from the Shaikh of Qatar now forwarded ... to sovereignty. 3. The Shaikh of Qatar’s claim, as set out in document No. 2, is based on the following :- (a) A plain asseveration of sovereignty over this group of islands as over other islands adjacent to Qatar ...

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    claim to the whole of the Qatar Peninsula might presumably be raised by the Saudi Government ... special presumption favourable to Qatar. This I believe to be correct even though at low springs it is possible (as I am informed though I have not verified this by experiment) to wade from the Qatar mainland ...

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    and the Shaikh of Qatar denies, that there is good grazing for flocks and herds in the Hawar main island. I can ...

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    putes in regard to ownership of "land and sea properties" in Hawar. The Shaikh of Qatar in paragraph 11 ... country. This statement is of course true up to a point in "personal" cases, but the Shaikh of Qatar would ...

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    the first to deny that a Nejdi Qadhi, for instance, could settle a dispute between two Qatar ... of more regular procedure in Bahrain than in Qatar, the Bahrain Government are in a better position to produce evidence of a judicial nature than is the Shaikh of Qatar. The record of a Bahrain case has ...

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    by the Shaikh of Qatar, the construction of a police post by the Bahrain Government there some 18 months ago, ...

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    Translation of a letter dated the 9th Safar 1358 (30th March 1939) from Shaikh Abdullah bin Qasim A1 Thani, "Ruler of Qatar, to the Political Agent, Bahrain. After Compliments. Reference your letter No. C/9 dated 5th January 1939 (14-11-1357) enclosing a copy of the Bahrain Government’s ^ b-S'b ...

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    in the case of Hawar Islands. Submitted by the Huler of Qatar. 1. The Bahrain Government try to find out ... which form a part of Qatar. All that it contained are some far fetched allegations which are remote from ...

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    that the islands are owned by the Ruler of Qatar is about clear, and that is by the fact that some incidents took * p 1 d. ce in one not -uar ofx past, between Qatar and Bahrain, which are recorded in history ... those circumstances, and Qatar detachment } having been there 5 during which time it -/was more ...

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    -6- islands at. that tima and that it i’orms a nart of Qatar up to the present in spite of the recent actions which we are trying to put off by means of understanding. 7. T he following is one ... is well known to all the people of Qatar, most of all the Ruler. Can it be logically assumed that a Ruler ...

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    world". 1 have been twice and the Bahrain des cription is a good deal more accurate than Qatar* s. comment ... for the presence oil but to prevent the Bahrain Government from taking a part of Qatar* 8. In article ... about Hawar can be said about the whole of Qatar, and we ask the Bahrain Government whether the Hawar ...

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    3 feet of water at low springs. Squally that Qatar is part of Arabia *. 9X © 9, The Bahrain Government ... Abdullah the Ruler of Qatar, because the Ruler and public of ♦ Bahrain frequent those islands whilst no one ... author about geographical situations. The Hawar Islands are not more than a mile from Qatar ...

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    others of the people of Qatar had visited it. 10. Among the evidence put forward by the Bahrain ...

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    about the action of some fishermen by living in an island which belongs to Qatar or any other ...

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    on the southern side of Qatar, which are in- habited by persons from Qatar who go t o settle there in winter ...

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    • • • • Translation of a testimonial of evidence submitted with the Euler of Qatar 1 s letter dated ... established facts that Hawar is subject to Qatar and was never a separate or divided part of it. We also ... and the taking of action in these islands as they did last year. Hawar was never subject to any except Qatar ...

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    Translation of a testimonial of evidence submitted with the Huler of Qatar’s letter dated 30th March 1939. We the undersigned according to the best of our knowledge and the firmly established facts ... in the past. We witness and confirm that the Hav/ar Islands are subject to Qatar and inseparably attached ...

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    translation oi a testimonial of* evidence submitted v;ith Ruler of Qatar*s letter dated the 30th March 1939. the I the undersigned according to my knowledge say that I personally know the following persons each in person 1. Ahmed bin Rashid el-Dousari 2. Yusuf bin Ahmed el-Dousari 3. Ali bin Shahin ...

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    and according to firm facts, Hawar island is a part of northern Qatar and was never subject to Bahrain, and that the rulers of Bahrain never exercised authority or took any measures in, or possession of, Hawar islands ... Translation of a testimonial of evidence submitted with the Ruler of Qatar’s letter dated the 30th ...

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    of the claims of the Sheikhs of Bahrein and Qatar to sovereignty over the Islands; (b ) that the terms ... are prepared to approve the Sheikh’s proposal to give concessional rights over the whole of the unallotted area, including the Hawar Islands, to the Bahrein Petroleum Company and the Sheikh may be so informed. ...

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    the protracted negotiations, the Sheikh is fully aware of the relative merits of the offers made by the two ...

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    the Sheikh to accept their offer, subject to caveat as to the sovereignty over the Hawar Islands. 2. \7e also ...

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    they hold concessions over large areas in Qatar and the Trucial Sheikdoms, and it hardly seems necessary ...

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    yoa the views of the Admiralty on the Sheikh of Bahrein's proposal to grant the concession ... event the Sheikh is unlikely to be much influenced by a simple comparison of the cash offers made ...

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    or war (of which K.M. G-overnment shall be the sole judge) H. M. Government shall have the right ... offer, you may consider it desirable, in the Sheikh’s own interest, to make quite certain, through the Resident, that he fully appreciates the position. 4. If, however, it is clear that the Sheikh has made up ...

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    Mb.jesty’s Government to cover the safeguarding of/ ... Majesty’s Government in their adjudication of the claims of the Sheikhs of Bahrein and Qatar to sovereignty ... to inform you that as a result of the negotiations held early this year the Sheikh of Bahrein has expressed ...

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    2 . '2 JO n circumstances prevailing at the time, e,go on Ibn Saul’s attitude to His Majesty’s Government; moreover the position would necessarily he different from that in Bahrein where action by His Majesty’s Government or by the Sheikh (on their advice) in commandeering the Company’s products in time ...

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    that though the Company will * 2 in the first place negotiate a separate agreement with the Sheikh covering ...

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    I a 3. expected that some such arrangement would he stipulated by us, and we therefore propose to try to get it accepted by the Company and the Sheikh. I enclose a copy of a letter we are sending him ... the provision for the surrender of the Company’s properties to the Sheikh in the event of termination ...

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    obtained a concession xrom the Sheikh of Bahrein (h erei nafter called a the Sheikh”) over part of his territory and whereas the Company has obtained, or may hereafter obtain, a concession from the Sheikh over ... agreement shall have effect only in the event of the Company obtaining a concession from the Sheikh ...

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    or subjects of the Sheikh. ?. Subject to the terms of its Agreements with the Sheikh the Company undertakes at all times to pay due deference to the v/ishes of the Sheikh and to the advice of the Political Agent ... the Company and the Sheikh the Company shall not have the right to use or occupy, and shall not include ...

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    (of the existence of either of which His Majesty’s Government shall be the sole judge) His Majesty's ... the right to use for the purposes of its operations such harbours as may be developed by the Sheikh or His ... to the terms of the agreements with the Sheikh harbours and harbour facilities developed by the Company shall ...

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    11^ 4. Majesty's Government, the arbitration provisions of the said Agreement between the Company and the Sheikh shall apply if the Company considers that notice of termination on such grounds is not justified, and in that event the Sheikh shall not cancel the said Agreement until arbitration takes place in accordance ...

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    TK-^ SGK^DULj-.] above vf.f erred to P re-empt ion C lause . in the event of a state of national emergency or war (of tne exxatones and duration of which His lujesty’s Qovernnent shall be the sole judge) ... the Concession granted by the Sheikh to the Company and of all the products thereof and snail have tne right ...

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    the Sheikh would be given a copy of the agreement, informed of the/ 3 a liantyne > Birchin Lane, E.C.3. ...

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    Majesty’s Government would intimate to the Company and to the Sheikh their approval of the Company’s ... applicable to any case of termination of the concession by the Sheikh under the arrangements described above, ...

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    142) 13! ENCL03UPE. (a) Should any of the terns of the agreement between the Sheikh and the Company ... signed in London on the agreement between the Sheikh and the Company will to the ' extent of any ... of the Company's agreement with the ‘Sheikh (which is made applicable to the case by article 11 of the agreement ...

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    that it would exclude from the Sheikh’s ’’present u possessions islands or reefs to which the Saudi Arabian Government or the Sheikh of Qatar has already made, or may make claim. The Sheikh of Bahrein would hardly ...

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    nlare their final decision on the dispute existing between Bahrain and Qatar in respect ...

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    isla nds belong to the sheikh ofJSahre in and not to the Shelkhlf o atar ; and ho p- oposes subject ...

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    of Bahrein and Qatar that His Majesty’s Government have decided that these islands belong to the Sheikh ...

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    Government of India concur ir, tr.o riev? tn&t the Hav^sx islands belong tc Bern: air. ar/i not to Qatar a/n ...

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    succeed Mr.Packer as the Chief Local Representative of Petroleum Development (Qatar) Ltd. for Qatar. I am, ...

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