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    situated between the Arab tribes, subjected to the Sheikh of Mohammeiah and Baluchistan. They hold no title ...

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    Morad Khan (Hayat Daoud). Hosein Khan. Murad Khan (killed in fight Lira vis). Khan Ali Khan (of Hayat Daoud). Murad Khan (of De Lam). Haidar Khan (Hayat Daoud), 40 years. Hosein Quli (of Rudhilleh), 35 years. Mohammed Khan (of Charusi), 38 years. Hussein Khan (Dilam). Allah Keram Daughter Khan. ...

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    likhani of the Kasbgais, and Sardar Arfa, sheikh of Mohammerah. n , , i V1 Soulet-ed-Dowleh has about ... Arfa. Mr. Wilson is constantly referring to Sheikh Khazal’s misgivings as to the intentions ...

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    * ru decypke;: sire, a- Barclay teh;..an D, 3,6 p, in, Api j i 1 IP,. Ao. 3,0 p c rn., ( no: 173 )„ My telegram no: 167 c His Majesty’s Acting Consul at Mohammeoah reports an Co/ agreementp^hioh he and consider innocuous, was signed on April 16th between Sheikh and So let and says Sheikh in doing so ...

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    sentiments towards sheikh are of the most friendly kind.” Above telegram to Mohammerah is No. 27 i /Jro 8 ...

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    of Sheikh of Mohammerah. I am endeavouring to get instructions from the khans in Tehran restraining their tribesmen. I have authorised consul at Mohammerah to inform sheikh that Sardar Assad contemplates leaving ...

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    Sir Edward Grey to Mr. Me \ S ' ■, - (No. 118.) SIR G. BARCLAY’S telegram No. 156. It appears to ns neither to be necessary nor against Bakhtiari or any other tribe. * I rling (Tehran). Foreign Office, May 2, 1910, 6 p.m., desirable to give sheikh assurances ...

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    of a telegram from His Majesty*s Minister at Teheran in regard to the fresh assurances to be given to the Sheikh ... the communication to the Sheikh of Mohammerah of an assurance in the terms of the first sentence of enclosure ...

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    (12744/10) therefore proposes, subject to Lord Morley's rence, to assent to Sir G. Barclay’s suggest any further extension of this part of the as to he given to the Sheikh is entirely unnece I am. Sir, Your most obedient, humble Servant, ...

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    decithe;: su, g ^asclai Tehran., d, 3 5 P . w . April is 3 o 0 p, in ( no: 178 ). My telegram no: 167 His Majesty's Acting Consul at Mohammerah reports an Co/ agreement*whioh he and consider innocuous, was signed on April 15th between Sheikh and Solet^and sayd Sheikh in doing so ;, yielded to our ...

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    at Bushire on my telegram No. 152 [of 11th April]:— “ Your telegram No. 152 to the Foreign Office. Assurance contained in sentence indicated will be welcome to sheikh on general grounds, but as long as Sardar Assad ... reasonably persevere in forcing advice on the sheikh against the consequences of which we are unable ...

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    DECYPHER SIR G BARCLAY TEHRAN D. 1.35 p.m. APRIL 16 11.50 a.m. A (NO 164) My t'U egpan no 162. <1 /A ^AWIQIQ t I have advisod Sards,r Assad in sonsa proposod t Ho still affoots to nako light of attitudo of southorn ohiofs hut ho told F:o ho hod sonif reassuring messages to both Soulot and Sheikh ...

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    of our rovisod assurances to the Sheikh. This sentence I have in- noted H ” M ' r “ opro!1 ' 1 ntf’.tive at Mohammernh to convey to Sheikh but to »ako sure I have asked Consul to defer action ponding your reply ... in violation of Sheikh's rights, I believe Tariverdioff only has a lease of land from z e m-es-S u i taneh ...

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    Government ? The Sheikh of Mohammerah apparently claims the district as within his juris diction, ... to the sheikh. (Repeated to St. Petersburg]!, No. 176.) t ...

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    intervene in intertribal politics can wo reasonably persevere in forcing advice on the Sheikh against ...

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    that if Sardar Assad were to leave Government he would have no further terrors for Sheikh, The assurance wo ... no deeire to force on Sheikh advice rgainst the consequencer, of which we should he unable to protect him ...

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    that for many years we have been m close relations with the Sheikh of Mohammenh in consequence of our wide ... assurance to be given to the sheikh (see your despatch *1 4 1 ^ ...

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    CONFIDENTIAL. Sir Edward Grey to Sir G. Barclay (Tehran). (No. 9.J.) ,/ Foreign Office, April 12, 1910, noon. 10UR telegram No. 152 [of 11th April: Assurance to Sheikh of Mohammerah]. I concur in assuiance being given to sheikh as proposed, and approve advice you suggest giving to Minister of Interior. ...

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    him friendly but earnest advice to Rive Soulot-ed-Dowleh and the. Sheikh convincing assurances ...

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    of your letter of the 16th ultimo, relative to the further assurances which the Sheikh of Mohammerah ... in the mention, in the communication to be made to the sheikh, of a definite period during which the assurances should hold good may be kept in reserve for the present. As regards the question of protecting the sheikh ...

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    to the further assurances which the Sheikh of Mohammera desires to receive from His Majesty’s Government. I am ... in trie views that the concession involved in the mention, in the communication to be made to the Sheikh ... As regards the question of protecting the Sheikh from foreign aggression, I am to state that the proposal ...

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    the Sheikh of the honest intention of His Majesty's Government to do their best to safeguard him, as far ... them in all circumstances to intervention by force of arms. Sheikh Khazal is, in Sir E. Grey's belief, ... in the agreement with the Amir would fail to satisfy the Sheikh but, on the contrary, would rather tend to excite ...

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    In order, however, to remove all possibility of mis understanding on the Sheikh’s part of the nature ...

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    : fi (5618/10) $ conversation in the course of which this intimation was made to the Sheikh. I am, Sir, lour most obedient, humble Servant, UsiuactlJLA' ...

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    to tell Sheikh Said that I am watching the situation closely and that I think he exaggerates the dangers ...

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    In the matter of agression by land, what is wanted, if possible, is for us to give the Sheikh some form of ass ... there is nothing, I fear, which would satisfy the Sheikh of the bona fides of our intention to do the best we could ...

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    It would be better to try and avoid the questi until ue presses it again than to offer the Sheikh the assurance favoured by the India Office: i arouse his apprehensions and he would not, convinced, be contented with it. would only I am quite ( Signed ) P.Z.Cox. ...

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    to Minister of Interior .-bout the Sheikh of Mohamrrarah's grievances unless the latter complains again but I shall warn Sheikh through H.M. Consul at Mohammorah not to ihtrigue with Vali of Pusht-i-Kuh. ... to alleviate situation and tranqmillise Sheikh. Repeated to H.M. Consul General at Bushire and India, ...

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    CONFIDENTIAL. ^c. of rvcBv, 5 / Sir Edward Grey to Sir G. Barclay (Tehran). (No. 53.) Foreign Office, March 13, 1910, 11*30 a.m. YOUR telegram No. 101. Would it not be advisable to instruct His Majesty’s consul at Mohamnierab to warn sheikh to abstain from intriguing with Vali of Pusht-i-Kuh against ...

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    to communicating Minister’s telegram, I pointed out to the sheikh that Soulet-ed-Dowleh was likely to be no better ... politics. He did not seem to be greatly perturbed at possibility of intervention in the south. “ ‘ Sheikh ... judge, by his subjects. “ ‘ I believe sheikh to be genuinely in favour of the constitutional minority ...

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    Sheikh in December 1902 is as folloios Hajji Reis-ut-Tujjar asked me on your behalf to what extent you might rely on the protection of the British Government, and 1 told him that so long as you behaved to us as you have done ...

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    V . ■\v\ Z- The Sheikh was not satisfied loith this , and on the motion of Major Cox ayvi Sir ... for ”hei and successors”, on the condition that the Sheikh and they "continue to fulfil their obligations ... * The Sheikh also wishes to have a form of the assurance which he canjshow to his tribesmen. He himself ...

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    to give him a K.O.T.E., and, with regard to the Sheikh's apprehensions as to the effect on his position ...

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    assurances which the Sheikh of Mohainmera desires to receive from His Maj- patch from His Majesty's Minister ... that the Sheikh is anxious. in the first place, that the assurance given to him and subsequently extended to his ...

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    adequately to explain the Sheikh's anxiety on the point. Sir E. Grey sees no objection, in the circum stances, to compliance with the Sheikh's desire so long as it is made quite clear to him that the assur ... that His Majesty's Government should find themselves in the position of being bound to support a Sheikh ...

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    generations only. 5. The Sheikh also asks for an assurance of protec tion for his private property in Persia ... Majesty's Gov- emnent a pretext for Intervention in a case of this kind, the Sheikh should be made ...

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    ( 1006 / 10 ) /o * The question however of giving an assurance that the Sheikh shall he protected ... to the Sheikh in 1902 and since confirmed only promised him defence against na val attack and this appears ... the Sheikh of the sincere in tention ...

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    Sheikh Khazal also regards as possible the con tingency that His Majesty's Government might be driven ...

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    ( 1006 / 10 ) the Sheikh's wish. /&v He would therefore prefer that, should the Sheikh revert ... character. A? The Sheikh is also apprehensive of a general catastrophe In Persia which might compel His Majes ... to inform the Sheikh ...

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    ( 1006 / 10 ) Sheikh that the contingency is one which His Majes ty’s Government cannot contemplate ... this ques tion is expressly dealt witl Finally the Sheikh expresses the wish that the assurances given him ... that the assurances are given on condition that the Sheikh and his male descendants continue to be acceptable ...

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    of the 27th July I reported that the Sheikh of Moh merah was not completely satisfied with the assurances ... assurances to the sheikh, and he has embodied the sheikh’s wishes in this matter in the accompanying ... the sheikh to ask for the extension of our assurances to his offspring will be considered sufficient ...

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    Tnelosure 1 in No. 1. Memorandum by Major Cox on Assurances desired by the Sheikh of Mohammerah, ^ BEFORE I left the Gulf for England Sheikh Khazal begged me to lay his circum stances and aspirations ... was intended to remind me on the subject. We have, of course, given the sheikh a generous amount of sympathetic ...

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    in the foregoing paragraph, the sheikh explains that the resume of the various assurances given him from time ... would suffice for the sheikh’s purpose. P. Z. C. Translation of Brief Form of Assurances of the nature desired by Sheikh Khazal, and in the terms dictated by him to Major Cox. (Eor communication to tribal ...

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    with the Political Agent. 2 . Sheikh Mubarek appears to be in a very friendly mood at present, as instanced by his ... Bushire. I have the honour to report the substance of a conversation which the Sheikh of Mubarak held with me a few days ago on the affairs of the Sheikh of Moham- merah in case it may prove of interest ...

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    it for the benevolent protection ol the British Government. Though the Sheikhs mav talk of the benefits ... to anything further but to show how these two Sheikhs regard matters in this region. For it must be remembered, though this of course is never even hinted exactly the same means which the two Sheikhs employ ...

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    paragraph was included in order to satisfy him that his final representation was taken note of, but before ... received from His Majesty’s consul-general at Bushire reporting the assurances ^ given by him to the sheikh ... It will be noticed that the sheikh is not yet entirely satisfied. He asks that our assurances may be extended to his ...

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    As to the question of successors, in my opinion it will not satisfy the sheikh, the pointing out ... The sheikh is particularly anxious to have his offspring (“ aolad ”) mentioned. So in my opinion ... Consul-General Cox to the Sheikh of Mohammerah. Mohammerah, May 16, 1909. the assurances already given to your ...

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    McD^iall to Resident, Ho. 54, dated 24th April 1909. J (3) Resident to Sheikh of Mo hammer ah, 1 letter ... to be given to the Sheikh of Mohammerah. I have, etc.. Sd./- P. Z. Cox, Major, Political Resident ...

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    visit to the Sheikh on 15th and 16th May I discussed the question with him at length in the presence ...

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    m To do iiis Excellency Sheikh Ivhazal IQian, 3ardar~i-Arfa, Sheikh of Mohainmerah, Dated Mo’naianerah, May 16th, 1909. .After the usual compliments, On the 1st December 1908 I have the honour by the direction of His Majesty's Government to repeat to Your Excellency the assurances given you on behalf ...

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