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    letter of 14th January sending us twelve copies of the draft of the Qatar Concession and five copies of your map of Q.atar. I notice that the draft concession still includes Article 20 about the method of making payments to the Sheikh and assume that you propose to try to secure the Sheikh's concurrence ...

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    southern limit for their concession shown on the nap of Qatar of which they have let us have copies ... of the line which has previously toeen recognised by H.M.G. as the southern tiounaary of Qatar and to which we ...

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    - 2 - adoption tiy the Company as the soutnern liiuit of their concession, ior, as we made clear to them in the discussion on 10th January, the limit of their concession need not necessarily he as extensive as that of the sheikh*s territories recognised hy or of any protection which they might give ...

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    sincerely. C. C. Mylies ? squire, Qatar. ...

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    Subject. Demi-official letter No. C/17 of 23rd February 1936 to the Foreign Secretary QATAR OIL. ...

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    have now received authority from the sheikh of Qatar to establish a wireless station in Qatar ... communication between Qatar and your Bahrein station. Yours faithfully ? J # G. LA IT H7/A112» L. Howitt, Esq., ...

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    Company 7 in Abadan that they intended- establishing a wireless station in the territory of Qatar ... to establish a wireless station in Qatar and wished to open communication with our Bahrein Station forthwith. ...

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    the Sheikh of certain responsibilities will Company has agreed with His Mi Kuvu THE feviwHi I Oil Company, ... and the Sheikh the ob! shall not be transferred to a: writing of His Majesty's Gove: company in which more than ... for the efficien NOTWITHSTANDING anythin Company and the Sheikh, the i; subject to the approval of th ONE ...

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    THE SCHEDULE above referred to Pre-emption Clause . In the event of a state of national emergency or war (of ... (2) . P oT-nment for defence purposes, for the Sheikh or His Majesty s °v bases or for w i r eless ... for the unreasonably withheid the Compa as ma y be developed by the Sheikh purposes of its operations s is not reaS ...

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    of 6th March 1936 to Secretary of State for India, London. Qatar Oil. ...

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    m Telegram H.27. From xolltical Resident, at Kuwait* To H*M«*8 Secretary of State for India, Loiidori Copy by Air Iteil to Goverment of India, New Delhi, w w m h « political Agent, Bahrain. Ko «T«16« Dated tliebth March 1935. Qatar Oil. !;ylles has obt ined extension of option until 4th May* ...

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    of Enclosure. Name and Date. Political Resident's telegram No. T.24, dated 8th Mf rch 1935. Subject. QATAR OIL ...

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    to Political Agent, Kuwait. Subject ; Qatar Oil. tly telegram No • T. 16 of 6th M: r ch. General position ...

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    been in direct conimunication with Shaikh of Qatar who has, however, refused to treat with him or agree ...

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    2 . The Sheikh 's suggestion that the period must turn upon the financial terms is, of course, a matter ...

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    their concession and start to operate in Qatar, we shall have to consiaer securing from the sheikh an understanding ... should be agreea on that side of the Qatar Peninsula and I gather that the Company would not see objection to this. But the terms of the sheikh^ request are In any event quite reasonable, since tne port ...

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    to the sheikh, free of cost, of land, etc. surplus aurln^ the period of the agreement. Article 8 . Artesian ... and that they are likely, if the Sheikh presses the matter, to agree to his request. Article 9 . I gather that no special ... is invited in connection with it to the Sheikh's demands in respect of Article 15 as set out in the summary ...

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    the sheikh, coupled with the intimation on the same Article in the telegram from c^atar of 2nd March that only ... a Qatar Oil Company which would be a subsidiary of the I,p.C# and to which the concession could be transferred to be worked, with the sheikh's approval, once it had been obtained by the A»P.O»C, Article 15 ...

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    of 28th February you will see that the Sheikh has now agreed to the retention of the refertnce ... that if the sheikh is to he at liberty to disapprove of "any employee" and if the Company are thereupon to he hound ... clearer definition from the sheikh of the precise type of employee to whom he wished to be in a position ...

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    . As the result of discussion with the Company it has already been agreed that as the sheikh apparently knows only ... February on Article 16 from Qatar). 3. Telegram from oatar of 2nd Iwarch . Article 11 . I said to Lefroy ... to be appointed in consultation with the sheikh; that the sheikh under the terms of his Treaty was precluded from ...

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    sent up the sheikh of Qatar's demands. The Company are, it appears, prepared to consider a substantial ... no difficulty ahout fo rce majeu re involving delay of operations in Qatar only. We see no objection to payment ... from Holmes, have been spread locally, the most moderate of which is to the effect th-t the sheikh ...

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    - 8 - letters addressed to the sheikh had heen received from Mohamed Yattirn. They attach great importance to preventing him from visiting Qatar if, as Ivylies remarks in his telegram, "repetition of the Koweit experience is to he avoided". 7. i am sending a copy of this letter to the political Agent, ...

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    to do things openly. A reply was sent through Nasir al Mana' to the effect that the Sheikh did ...

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    of the first payment could not be made immediately but that a payment on account of, say, Rs«50,000 would ... on Thursday, 28th March 1935, with representatives of the A .P.O.C. The Sheikh of Qatar's redraft of the Qatar ... the redraft in the form proposed "by the Sheikh, and were in fact anxious to agree to it with as few ...

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    somewhat apprehensive that the Sheikh might endeavour to Bocure armaments on an unjustifiable scale from ... It was agreed after discussion that having regard to the provisions of Article 3 of the Qatar Treaty of 1916 ... to arbitration, the Company could probably take the risk involved in accepting the Sheikh's redraft as it stood, ...

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    opposed provision and were given to u: also from the point of view o agiee oo io. it was agreed the Sheikh ... with the ohei^h. v /it option they proposed to withd application for a further opt that tne Sheikh and his son ... that he had informed the Sheikh that the matter was one for H.-.G. , into which the Company could ...

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    had stiffened the Sheikh's attitude. 4. The Company's representatives enquired what the attitude of H.k.G. would be if negotiations now broke down and if the Sheikh subsequently intimated his desire ... that an American Company would be prepared to accept the British safeguards which the Sheikh was aware were a sine ...

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    of Qatar, No.C/97, dated the 7th April 1935, together with a copy for your files# 2. You will remember ...

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    : - Sth (received 9th) April 1335. f>,oO My telegra ■: of April 3rd, 1075, paragraph 3. Qatar Oil. His ... concessions by Shaikh under Article V of Qatar Treaty but in interest of forwarding negotiations betveen ... to resume his-negotiations) you shoulc yourself ^roce - to Qatar and inform Shaikh that His Majesty's ...

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    to Qatar myself. = Eritconsul = ...

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    /y En clair. Pol'-tical Ageit, Bahrain. Ruler of Qatar. 65. Tel< gr-. : From 1 - TQ:- No i - The Political Resident arrives at Dohah on a Sloop on Tuesday rorning and -ould like to see you. = Political = ...

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    discussions with the Sheikh who is far ft-om well and we are due a fo^al meeting on Monday 15th. The following appears to be the position of the outstanding points: ARTICLE 11., The Sheikh is still determined ... distant when H.M.G. should make clear to the Sheikh their policy in both matters viz: the provision ...

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    : Description of Enclosure. Name and Date. Letter datod the 13 -4 -1935 from Mr. C.C.lfclies at Donah. Qatar ...

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    /&/ p .Z.267S/35. Secret♦ T\^+tsA n r- . -. r - Agent,Bahrein, Jja^ea J.o,4.c?5, No.of words 67. XXX 1208, Important, Tour telegram dated 15th April T.117. Answer is in affirmative, You may also if necessary remind Sheikh of terms of Art,III of his Treaty if question of supply of arms by Company under ...

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    of 7th May 1936 to Secretary of Qatar Oil. State for India. ...

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    of 26th April paragraph 3. Qatar oil. Please expedite reply regarding draft letters to be exchanged ...

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    ^ . ' (l*l B .v A ir* i>jq, i x < p.Z.2913/35. secret . Ly dear Fovvle, I hope that we shall get ofi to-day a reply to your teleeraiii 372 of 22nd April ahout Qatar oil, which has "been under discussion with the various Departments concerned nere. 2, I enclose copy of a letter from pirie, giving ...

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    The Question of what are the best tactics to employ in pressing it on the sheikh is, of course, a matter ...

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    about defence, and of/ Laithwaite, Esq., India Office, Whitehall, S#W. 1. ... the Sheikh Ox Qpitar in return for the agreement of an oil concession to the A.P .CV3., one gets the impression that Powle is offering to the sheikh a guarantee of unlimited protection which, as you ...