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    have to inform you that our Mr.Mylles visited Qatar from the 10th to the 12th July and arranged with the Ruler of Qatar for an extension to our present option for the eight months Jamadi al Awwal 1353 to Dhu ...

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    P. Z. 4985/34. Confidential . NOTE M Lieutenant Oolone l t ,C. Fowle. G3E , KUWAIT AN D QATAR OTI, ... ends had assisted the Sheikh to stick out for high terms from the K.O»C. He said that the Sheikh would ... Major Holmes. c^tar Oil, He, Haji Williamson, had gone to Qatar with Mr. Utiles of the A.P.O.C. on his ...

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    (") V / - 2 - perioa the Sheikh might oe willing to abate his terms. He said that he had heara indirectly that Ibn Saud's stock had somewhat gone down with the Sheikh, as a consequence of the evacuation ... The Sheikh of Kuwait, in the course of casual conversation with me a day or two later, also expressed ...

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    of Enclosure. Name and Date. j-r^nsiat ion ol 'H i 11- r dated 1C-8-1934 rece ved m tne Agency froir. Qatar Subject. Qatar Oil. ...

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    >0 INDIA OFFICE, WHITEHALL. S.W.I. P.Z. 4738/34. 23rd July, 1934. djLA^ dLe^. I enclose a copy of a letter from Hearn of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company enclosing two alternative drafts suggested by the Company for the 'Refining' ated Lth July , clause in the Qatar Government Agreement. Mr. Agnew 1 s 934. ...

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    BHITAMIC HOUSE, FINSBURY CIRCUS LONDON. E.G.2. llth July, 1934. Dear Walton, QATAR . You are, I think, faxailiar with the steps we have recently taken to send Mr. Mylles to Qatar with the object ... subject to the same procedure being followed in the case of Qatar/ Walton, Esq., C.B., M.C., India Office, ...

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    Qatar, he would no longer object to accepting the precise v/ording of the Kuwait Clause 10. Alternatively, and arising out of the views he expressed at the meeting at the India Office, he has prepared a new draft clause which he would be equally willing to accept, I enclose herewith a copy ...

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    conditions justify it, to erect a refinery at Qatar. If and when the Company is satisfied that commercial ... of establishing a refinery in Qatar of suitable type and capacity." MR. AGNEw 1 S DRAFT . "If this Company should itself, or through a subsidiary Company, hold a concession covering the State of Qatar, and if a petroleum ...

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    your letter of 11th July about the "Refining" clause in the Qatar Government Agreement. We ... to acknowledge your letter of 18th July about the procedure and time table to be followed with the Sheikh of Qatar. I shall be writing to you separately about this. It is good news that Mr.Mylles has succeeded ...

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    light of his views you are now prepared to adopt the Seine procedure in Q,atar as in the case of Kuweit, ...

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    the ^ol^-t..cal Rt^ident in the Persian ^uif t Bush re. QATAR OTIi. Sir* / I have the honour to ref' r to your ... QatarIs to take out passes. It wou-d obviously be Impossible for us to chf*ck entries at the Customs ... Company Plaited end tne Sxi . ,kh of Qatar a policy of not exerting too much pressure on the Shakh ...

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    lands. Tribesmen who go to Qatar and Hasa pass through it but thejJ do not stay in it for more than one ...

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    Koweit and the Wahabis, 1804-18 - - 21 Qatar and the Wahabis, 1804-L8 - - 22 Turkey and the Wahabis, ... - - 49 Qatar and the Wahabis, 1824-40 - - 50 Koweit and the Wahabis, 1824-40 - - 51 H.M. Government ... ----- 64 Muscat and the Wahabis, 1840-70 - - 65-68 Trucial Oman and the Wahabis, 1840-70 - 69-83 Qatar ...

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    warned to respect Qatar, 1922 - - 200 Reassertion of Wahabi influence in Trucial Oman, 1922-34 ------ ... Engagements of H.M. Government to the Wahabis, 1800-1934 - - - 230-232 C. Status of the Trucial Sheikhs ...

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    of the sect connected themselves with the Sheikhs of the Saudi family, who then ruled at Deriyah in Nejd ; and the movement, originally religious in character, rapidly assumed a political complexion. The Saudi Sheikhs ...

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    was in the possession of the Uttabi Sheikhs, who, originally settled on the mainland of Arabia at Zubarah in Qatar, had expelled the loisums iroin Bahrein in 1783. The Bahreini Sheikhs, apprehensive of attack by Muscat, had ... Qatar. —The Uttabi Sheikhs of Bahrein had hereditary possessions in Qatar, and took refuge ...

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    au abortive expedition against the new Wahabi Sheikh of the Jowasimis. In the same year the Wahabis ... a severe defeat on the Wahabis in Qatar in 1812. In 1813 the Sultan endeavoured to co-operate with the Lor. ... assisted the Sheikh of Bahrein to repel an attempt by the Sultan to re-establish his control over Bahrein. ...

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    and the Sheikh of Koweit appears thenceforward to have remained relatively free of Wahabi influence. Qatar ... an d again in 1814, the Beni Yas Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, who appears to have been more independent of Wahabi ... by the de facto Sheikh of Ras-al-Khaima to tue Resident in regard to the piracies of the Jowasimis, ...

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    with them as independent Sheikhs and without reference to, or the interference of, the Amir. Punitive ... their control along the Trucial Coast between 1800 and 1803. The piratical activities of the Trncial Sheikhs ...

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    and Trucial Oman. In the latter area their control o 1 Sheikhs, exercised from the oasis of Baraimi, appears ...

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    in 1823 a large proportion of the people were still Wahabi in sympathy . . .of the secular Lor. I, 687. ... destroyed their forts, and burnt their warships. The Sheikhs in Aitch. XII, May 1820 entered into a general ... with the Trucial Sheikhs as independent rulers. In November 1820 H.M. Government took steps to subdue the Beni bu ...

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    was principally busied with unsuccessful endeavours to reduce the Sheikhs of Bahrein. In 1.^29 he suffered ... the Sheikhs of the coast, inviting them to renew th e relations which had existed prior to the overthrow of the Wahabis by Ibrahim Pasha. The Jowasimi Sheikh of Shargah appears forthwith to have opened n 0 Sol ...

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    addressed a strong remonstrance to the Sheikh of Shargah for his delays in destroying the towers ... the Sheikh to effect the immediate destruction of the towers, to accompany a Muscat force. Hostilities, ... and especially the Sheikhs of Ajman and Umm al Bo. Sel., Qaiwain, appear to have welcomed the prospect of Wahabi ...

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    this time were still blockaded by the Sheikh of Bahrein . \ • / .-.f 'QVinrrrah afiinst the Sheikhs ... tribute of agreement with the Amir, ^der wbich J the defence of Bahrein ...,« saMsai: «•- - ^ Qatar ... and the W ahabis, 1824-1840. *,]The solidarity of the Uttabi rulers of with those of Bahrein and Qatar ...

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    ?) 11 Wahahi Overtures, 1831. 53. About the middle of 1831 the Wahabi Amir, through the intermediacy of Precis, § 37. the Sheikh of Ajmao, wrote to the Governor of Bombay expressing his desire ... Khalid thereupon called upon the Sheikhs of ahrein for payment of tribute, and advances were made ...

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    of Egyptian Agent under British pressure. 60. The Sheikh of Shargah, at his own request, was furnished ... by the Sheikh that if he returned to Oman in force Shargah would join him and place all its resources at his ... Agent an attack was made on the Beni Naim at Baraimi by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, who was called ...

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    Khalid and the Trucial Sheikhs, 1841. 69. In October 1841, on the Amir Khalid threatening to send a force ... Sheikhs, 1842. 70. In February 1842 the Amir Abdulla addressed letters to the Sheikhs of Oman intimating ... where the Sheikh refused to surrender the letter addressed to him) were obtained by the Political Resident, Colonel ...

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    ft 15 Overtures of the Amir Feisul to the Truclal Sheikhs, 1843. 71. In 1843 the Resident concluded a Maritime Truce for a period of 10 years Aitch. Xll, with the Trucial Sheikhs. Followiug the example of his predecessor, the new Amir, Feisul, in July 1843 wrote to the maritime and inland Sheikhs of Oman, 1)p ...

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    by his people (the Sheikhs) in Oman at the hands of Muscat." He established himself at Baraimi, supported by an imposing force, and called upon all the maritime and inland Sheikhs to attend him. All the maritime Sheikhs ... was anxious to renew the maritime truce concluded for 10 years in 1843 and"' called upon the Trucial Sheikhs ...

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    as supporters of Muscat, and that Qatar and a fairly deep fringe along the Trucial sea coast are shown ... the Trucial Sheikhs appear to have stood aside from the struggles between Muscat and the Wahabis. In 1866 ... of old." In 1867 the ex-Sheikh of Ras-al-Khaimah unsuccessfully sought for Wahabi intervention. In April ...

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    pressure to bear on tbe Sheikh to discontinue a blockade of the Wahabi ports which he had instituted, and, later in the same year, to take forcible action for the removal of the Bahreini pretender from Qatar ... in Koweit. In 1863 relations Nejd Precis, §67. between the Sheikh of Koweit and the then Wahabi Amir were ...

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    96. In 1842 overtures made to the Trucial Sheikhs by the Amir Abdulla, who Lor. 1,1108. had overthrown ... overthrown the Amir Abdulla, intimated to the Trucial and inland Sheikhs of Oman that he proposed to bring ...

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    consequent on British naval intervention, found himself obliged to come to terms with the Sheikh of Bahrein. ...

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    for pardon. The Amir, however, after justifying his proceedings on the ground that the Sheikh of Bahrein ... the Amir w^as required to eject the Bahreini pretender from Damman in Qatar, and was advised to enter into a peaceful convention with the ruling Sheikh. No answer having been returned, the Persian Gulf Squadron ...

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    of the independence of the Trucial Sheikhs, and of the special relations between H.M. Government and those Sheikhs ...

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    the invasion of the Turks in 1870 and the fall of the Saudi dynasty. Throughout this period the Trucial Sheikhs ... independence of Bahrein (and with it the relative independence of Qatar) is consistently maintained; Koweit ... and to the Irucial Sheikhs. In 1670 the 1 rucial Sheikhs, having been approached by the Wahabi Amir with a view ...

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    for 20 years. 1 he Ibn Rashid dynasty of Hail had from 1832 occupied the Jebel Shammar and its Sheikhs ... they had entered into an exclusive agreement with the Sheikhs ol Bahrein; in 188/ corresponding agreements were concluded with the Trucial Sheikhs. In 1892 the agreements both with Bahrein and with the Trucial ...

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    influence which the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi had recently been exercising in the J! 1 ' 0, hinterland of the Trucial Coast and referred to the fact that the Sheikh had >8 6 04 concluded agreements with the inland ... by Ibn Saud. The Political Agent, Koweit, asked by the Bie.toG.ofl. Sheikh what advice he should give Ibn ...

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    seriously disturbed the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, who had to G. of I., himself been instrumental in the final ... of Muscat, both of whom (with the Sheikh of Dabai) belonged to the Hinawi tribe and feared that the arrival ... received, of 4.2.06, ''ercy Cox had conveyed a hint in this sense to Ibn Saud through the Sheikh P. 535/06. ...

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    on behalf of Ibn Saud were received through the Sheikh of Koweit and the Sheikh of Qatar. The Resident ... by sea to the same extent as it was accorded to the Sheikh of Koweit and other Arab Rulers of the Gulf ...

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    comports himself in a manner consonant with British interests and our engagements with the Arab Sheikhs ... Government, his own relations with Turkey and his attitude to the Trucial Sheikhs :— " . . . After ... Wahabi dominion, including Hasa, Katif and most of the Oman coast from Qatar to near JViuscat, ...

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    whose Sheikhs had written, after the Hyacinth gun-running incident, asking to be taken under his ... that " his power ln Central Arabia had increased till he no longer feared any of its Sheikhs or fulers; he ...

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    of the British Government that the Vs Sand family would be recognised as the Sheikhs of the Katif District. ...

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    and suggesting a friendly understanding. The following p.E.toG.of extract from his letter is of importance ... Faisal—may God forgive him—of the period of which 55 years have elapsed and 55 years still remain to run. ... the Residency Agent at Shargah, bearing a letter to him and one for the Sheikh of Dabai, intimating that he had ...

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    in the Rub'al Khali. Ihn Saud and Qatar; Apprehensions of the Trucial Sheikhs, July 1913. 166. On 1st August the Government of India reported the death on 17th July of the* Sheikh of Qatar, and stated that the Political Agent, Bahrein, had informed the Resident that while at Katif Ibn Saud had addressed the Sheikh of Qatar ...

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    13.8.13. Pasha was also informally told that H.M. Government owing to the death of the ^ L0 '' Sheikh of Qatar and subsequent events must in order to carry out their obligations 3751043. make Ibn Sand either ... Principality of Katr, the independence of which under the Government of p > the late Sheikh Jasim and his ...

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    of his relations with the Sheikhs of Qatar and Trucial Oman and that of the control of refugees from his ... not to interfere in the politics of Qatar and the Tiucial Coast and to admit British subjects and representatives ... such assurance. In the course of his remarks Ibn Saud pointed out that though he claimed Trucial Oman and Qatar ...

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    principalities in the Gull, including the 1 rucial Coast and Qatar." Hakki Pasha replied that he must refer ...

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    Arab Sheikhs along the coast ana Saud, this was a duty largely to the advantage of our own interests. ...

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    to refrain from all aggression on or interference with the territories of Koweit, Bahrain, the Sheikhs of Qatar and the Oman coast who are under the protection of the Exalted Government and have treaty ... with the territories of Koweit, Bahrain, Qatar and the Oman coast, or other tribes and Chiefs who are under ...

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