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    I P. 8( INDIA OFFICE, Whitehall, S.W.l 24th February, 1921 Sir, In reply to your letters No* ... balances in the hands of His Majesty’s Consul at Shiraz, I am directed by the Secretary of State for India ... etc., etc., (SD.) L.D. WAKELY The Under Secretary of State, Foreign Office. L 4 ...

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    obedient, humb1e Servant, The Under Secretary of. State India Office, / ... not to any person hy name, but to— “The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W. I. ' 7y“"’ ^ 8064 19^0 Foreign Office. S.W.l 8th November 1920 . - t Sir, Kedleston to transmit to you herewith ...

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    Secretary of State, India Office. ... not to any person by name, bat to— “ The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W.l. ^ !V roREiGN Office v February 26th, 1919. C •> ^ ? o A Sir, In continua.tion of my letter 164982/W/34 ...

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    w.Hfl/Atypfmv, and address— The Uuder-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, / London, S.W. 1. i.o,?; »f Oct ' Tr ... for India, and, by direction of the Secretary of State, transmite herewith copy of the under mentioned paper. T Foreign Office, f > i919 - Reference to previous correspondence : to letter , Foreign Office : trom ...

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    Kifles, whose Accounts Officer has not yet furnished particulars of the expenditure* Colonel Gough, ... on account of the dubious attitude of the Governments then in office towards our policy in Fars. The question ...

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    C'/qSzlo:'/-/ ~o The Under Secretary of State, India Office. ^ — Ska 3~(*r\U vn .... -.^ic v , r.: y 4 \ 5 JkJ ...

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    The matter was discussed by effect was sent to Sir C. Marling on the same day. A copy of the Foreign Office letter to the Treasury on the subject, marked 'Most Secret', was sent to this Office for information. ...

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    The approval of the Secretary of State in Council was conveyed in India Office letter of 21st March, 1918. ... the Imperial Bank to hold Tomans 100,000 a month at the disposal of the Officer Commanding, Cossack Division ... (P.|6Q6), considering it essential to avoid embarrassing the Officer Commanding. The "certain payments" ...

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    Sanction was given bj> the Foreign Office in a telegram of 22nd May (P.2156), and was coupled ... on Foreign Office for Tomans 120,000. Similar ...

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    to £340,262. 6. 3. has been presented by the Foreign Office, in respect of the Indian snare (one half) ... this head was made to the Foreign Office. s ^ (2) A moiety of £517,185. 0. 3. expended on the maintenance ... serious one ior India, since if effective measures were not taken the road would be open for enemy ...

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    at a meeting attended by the Secretary of State the payments were essential* The present demand is in respect of advances made periodically by the Foreign Office and Treasury up to the 30th September last. ... which is divisible in equal proportion between the British and Indian Exchequers. The Foreign Offi'ce ...

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    ^ India Office. : \ A hr'" and ... ^ not to any person by name, but to — “ The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W.l. U Q 1 r% A 1 Foreign Office October 31st, 1918, Sir:- I v With reference to the letter from this Department of the 2nd ...

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    The Under-Secretary of State, India Office, ... not to any person by nyme but to — <4 f i Q 1 “ The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W.l. Eoreign Office ) ’ v ' October 31st,1918 Sir:- With reference to the letter from this Department ...

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    \ I V 3 and accepted by this Office ? formal sanction for payment of a moiety of which from Indian Revenues was not sought at the time, I am to request that such sanction may now be accorded, and a moiety of the total amount claimed in my letter 164982/^/34 of the 2nd instant repaid to the Vote for Diplomatic ...

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    on Indian Hevenues and specifying he payraeuts of which the India Office have been asked to repay a. moiety ... be made oy your Depart ment to the India office for the refund of a moiety of this amount. i am, fy Lord, ...

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    Services. r r -w ^ I am, Sir, Your most obedient humble Servant, The Under-Secretary of state, India Office. H ... not to any person by name, but to— “-The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W.l. . // a- ■ :: ! i f* if-’ *' i'^KEiGN Office IV October 2nd, 1918. Sir:- In continuation of my letter 43599 /W ...

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    Foreign Office, October 31st, 1918. u Dear G-arrett, Your letter to Oliphant of October 18th. As regards your share in the £35,714, 5, 9., we are to-day writing to you officially on the subject and can only apologise for the oversight in not having approached you before. As regards your enquiry ...

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    It w r as exhaustively discussed in a Memorandum prepared by the Financial Department of the India Office (dated the 15th ... between the Government of India and the Home Government in relation to Persia Persian policy and Persian expenditure. The note described the general position as In 1S9J the Government of India described Anglo-Indian ...

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    accept half charges.” Political Department. India Office, 9th October 1918. m h To Ut lllX-Sec Con line ... by the Secretary of State in Council, and the Foreign Office were informed accordingly on the 7th November 1917. 5. ... and telegraph line. The Secretary of State in Council has proposed to the Foreign Office that an outlay ...

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    The Foreign Office have presented us with a bill for £99,336. 16. 7 being the Indian share (one half) of certain expenditure incurred in Persia in the years 1916-17 and 1917-18. The various payments ... it necessary for us, in the interests of the security of India, to take an active interest in the maintenance ...

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    In any further communication on the Shbject, please quote No. 43599/w/^ and address— - The Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, \ London. ...A" >*|i] ■ {■ i i L ! 91 8 Foreign Office $9) M' if, mu ... defore the Secretary of State for India, a statement showing the amounts due from your Department ...

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    on the Chief Clerk of the Foreign Office for femme 30,000 and tloat the Kussian Govarment la supplying an equal ... Government against future The under Secretary of State, Foreign Office* ...

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    Clerk of the Foreign Office for Tomans 30,000 and that the Russian Oovernment ia supplying an equal MR* ... Government against future r The under Secretary of" State, Foreign Office* )k ■ j ...

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    mmm future patients on account of the ? morator ium r • They presua© tlmt Viscount (h*ey will at once take steps to obtain the consent of the Secretary of State for India in Council for the charge half of any net additional outlay against Indian iu venues* I a?ii f iy Lord, lour obedient Servant, ...

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    , The Under Secretary of State, India Office. ... not to any person by name, but to— “ The Under-Secretary of State Foreign Office, London, S.W.l. rt' 4 Foreign Office January 11th, 1918. 0on A&a With reference to your letter, P.4148, of the 31st October last ...

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    of caravans with flour from India. I should be glad if grant not exceeding tomans «,000 a month can ...

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    232680/1/34. Immediate, Ts.4,QUU FOREIGN OFFICE, December ilth, 1917. Sir With reference to my letter of the 3rd instant, relative to the provision of financial assistance to Earijpan Farma, I am directed by Mr. Secretary Balfour to transmit uo you, herewith, to oe laid before the Lords Commissioners ...

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    Foreign Office. ...

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    i The Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, V London. T ■ : ui aw W -f ■*! <:.S l u iM THE Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs presents his compliments to the Under-Secretary of State for India, and, by direction of the Secretary of State, transmits herewith cop °f ^e under-mentioned paper. i! cr f Foreign Office, Reference ...

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    them in check particularly in view of ensuring the safety of caravans with flour from India. I should ...

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    troops in Pars levied in Seistan India, but tnis is controlled by Indian or Chief Political Officer ... [This Docnment Is the Property ot His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office when done with nnless required tor ofticial use.] FILES ONLY D©cypheir from Sir C, Marling ...

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    of India and Sir C. Marling. Obviously the former telegraphed to the latter that 50,000 would be required in addition to the Ts.30,000 already sanctioned, but the Government of India understood -feew to mean ...

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    vide telegram from His Majesty’s Consul, Shiraz, to Government of India dated 26th November 191S, also telegram from Sir C. Marling to the Foreign Office dated 8th February 1917, para.l. Colonel Trevor being ...

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    to the Foreign Office dated 23rd October 1917, par a. 3. The gratuity to the Sowars etc. may also form part ...

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    Copy. e From To The Deputy Political Resident, Persian Gulf. ^3SY 3 The Poreign Secretary to the Government of India, Foreign and Political Department, Simla. Memorandum No. 1680. Dated Eushire, the 31st August 1917. letter No. S3 dated Shiraz the 26th July 1917 from His Majesty's Consul, SJiiraz, to your ...

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    Sd. B.Bristow, for H.M. Consul. The Secretary to the Government of India, Foreign Department, Simla. ...

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    e Telegram - ?. From - The Secretary to the QoYernment of India in the Foreign and Political Department, Simla, To - The British Consul at Shiraz. (Repeated Tehran and Bushire.) Bo. 1021-S. Dated iCth October 1917. Your letter 23 of 26th July. Kawam’s account. You 1 Mi* have presumably supplied Minister ...

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    f 2 * • * * • -^ > ’"' JN [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office when done with unless required « t ~ 11 c a T . S ior oiiicial use.] j. ^ *T ^ LZ— Decypher. Sir c, I,darling. (Teheran). Oct. 2Srd # 1917 t D. 10 o 15,p.m. October ...

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    [This Bocnment is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and ghgi^be_igt nrned to the Foreign Office when done with unless re quired for official use.'l | ~ " — ?lLn3 ONLY Decypher. ‘ Sir S. Marling, (Teheran). Sept. Sth^ 1917. D. 7..55..a,m/ September 6th. 1917. h, September 7th, 1917. hy ...

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    [This Document is the Pro perty ot His Britannic Majesty’s Governm ent and should be returned to the Foreign Office when dons with ,,nw required for official use.] ' — 'FTT.KS foNLY. Decypher. Sir 0 .Maxiins '(Teheran) June 24th, 191? Do 12o30 p.m. June 24th, 1917, H. 8 a,.H. June 25th, 1917 . No, 219 (N)« Your ...

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    [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office when dono with unles s required for official use.] Already paid 3G ? 000. 3 months © 5,200 ... and Kawam and promises to reply latnm Addressed to Foreign Office No. 219, Repeated to Shiraz 0 ...

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    [This Document is the Property o! His Britannic Majesty ? s Governmen t., and should be returned to the Foreign Office when done with unless required lor official use. IM ' ' Piles only . Bocy-pher of telegram from air G.iuarling (Teheran) „ February 15th.1917. F. 11.50 a.ra. Feemaary 13th. h. u.00 a. a. ...

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    —.WT! . ,.L.» [ This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty's Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office when done with unless required for official use.] A I a* 'i Pi'jHb.Tii ( 5275/17) MILlTiiPY, Cypher telegram to Bir Cpearling (Teheran). Foreign uliice. January Cth.1917, 8.CO p, ...

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    The Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, London. Hr? [Uzy-) H7S7 Foreign Office September 13th, 1917. o ,1 V. ... addressed to the Treasury. I am, Sir, Your most obedient, humble Servant, The Under Secretary of State India Office. ...

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    f™? document i s the Property of His Britannic Majesty^ Government an d ; shouldj^eturned to the Foreign Office when done with unless ? ~ fdr official use.1 required I De cy pile «KK^ SiftffTY/ p' ; ^4 ?| : 5 ; y 4 I 131 7 :mr,3 only Sir 0. LiMrliac. (Teheran). Sept, 3th. 1917. D. 7.o5.a.m. September ...

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    [This_ Document is the Pr operty of His Britannic Majesty’s Government. and should be returned to the Foreign Office when done wi th unless required for official nse.l " ‘ VTTiKS foNLY. Becypher c Sir C.Marling (Teheran) June 24th, 1917. D. 12.30 Potru June 24th, 1917 . H. 8 aan. June 25th, 1917 . No., 219 ...

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    to Foreign Office No. 219 . Repeated to Shiraz. ...

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    of £50,000 made to Kawam been adjusted, and by which accounts officer? Please telegraph. Comptroller India ... f* 0 * . | & 0 ,V . w~ ••' vV U J ' ' 4 COPY, %■ ..i i ®r| £2 f | C Telegrejn, P. Prom- The Secretary to the Goveiment of India, Foreign and Political Department, Delhi. To- The Political Resident ...

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    COPY, Telegram. P. From- The Deputy Political Resident in the Persian Gull*. To- The Secretary to the Government of India, Foreign and Political Department. (Repeated Basra) No. 253 Dated 10th Reed. 10th ... under Special Secret Service, a separate detailed account being kept by Treasury Officer. The total ...

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    Grun C. S. I., C. I. E., Foreign Secretary to the Government of India in the foreign and Political ... paid for freight and landing charges of arms and ammunition from India ( Hs500/-), and on first looking ...

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