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    addressed to the Resident at Aden on the subject of the draft Treaty with the Imam, and to transmit to you, ...

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    Copy, J 3 C R E T. Ko. 84 , © The Residency i Aden, 4th May, 1932, Sir, I have the honour to refer to your 1 Secret despatch oi the 14th April, 1932. on the subject of the araft treaty with the isiam# ... of this course* 3c I agree that after the conclusion of the treaty it will be desirable to establish a British ...

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    preliminaries to the signature of the treaty* 5. The revised draft drawn up by His Majesty Government follows so ... to it if his desire for a treaty is genuine* His attitude towards the evacuation of territory ... he has signed a treaty of friendship, and he is therefore no longer impelled by this special motive ...

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    of the ^ conclusion of Treaty relations between Your Highness and ' Eis Majesty f s Government, and to state ... you that they consider that Your Highness f s draft provides a suitable foundation for treaty ... that certain territories and subjects of Chiefs with whom they are in Treaty relations are still held by Your ...

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    retention of these hostages is a desirable and necessary preliminary to the conclusion of a treaty which ...

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    that the Treaty should be concluded between the heads of the States, The phrase n in all affairs of whatsoever ... of the first part of this Article is so framed as to make it clear that the Treaty is being concluded ... at the date of the signature of the Treaty has been reworded with a view to clearer definition. Article IV. ...

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    of the treaty, though Hie Majesty's Government hope that they will be established as an immediate and natural ... defined for the sa&e of clarity. Article VII. The question of the validity of the language of the Treaty ...

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    abortive, have now been resumed. A draft treaty has been received from the Imam and the Resident at Aden has ...

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    Sir, I have the honour to refer to your Secret despatch No*2^0 of the 21st October last* and. c\j telegr^ Ho.6 of the 16th of March on the subject of the dr ft Treaty with the Imam, and to enclose a counter draft of the proposed Treaty which has been prepared after consultation with the various ...

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    {with the exception of p erim), fall ;jj to be dealt with under Article 16 of the Treaty of Lausanne, so ... it desirable to make it clear t at the proposed treaty was without prejudice to the rights and claims of His Majesty’s Government, more especially as regards treaty relations with frontier tribes, Ac. ...

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    and has the further advantage of suggesting that the treaty is being concluded in conditions of complete ... which he occupies before the Treaty is ai^n&d, the word "signature H would perhaps be preferable. 7. ... if the Imam agrees, hie agreement should, without further reference to me, be embodied not in the Treaty ...

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    that Article 16 in the original draft Treaty prepared in 1934 contained a provision for securing n&linn&d. ...

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    it is the practice to include in present-day treaties national and most favoured-nation treatment for vessels, ... connected with the proposed Treaty remain unsettled, as it would create an embarrassing precedent. If, ... therefore, prevents the conclusion of a satisfactory treaty, His Majesty’s Government consider ...

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    them before the expiry of the period of the present Treaty* it being understood that nothing contained in this article or in other articles of the present Treaty is to be taken as meaning that either High Contracting ... existing'in regard to the frontier on the date of the signature coming into force of this Treaty* and His ...

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    : 29 shdll necessary for the regulation of commercial and economic affairs 9 based on the principles of general international practicec mmmjL. (1) from the date of the coming into force of the present Treaty the subjects of one High Contracting party who wish to trade in the territories ...

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    of the British Commonwealth of Nations, mi* This Treaty shall he the basis of all subsequent agreements that may ... against the friendship and concord now existing between them* The present Treaty shall be ratified as soon ... for a period of 40 years. In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the present Treaty ...

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    P.2.1830/32. Ik .odi.’vto. 11KIA OOTC., ■m'ZMMKU,, 1 st April, 1932 . Uear Gowell, ifould you kindly refer to your letter to I orley , 0 . 9733^/32 of the 23 rd llareh, enclosing the draft of the proposed treaty with the Hun of the Yemen? »'« concur in the terns of Article 5 * I m sending a copy ...

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    in consultation with us the draft of a treaty with the Imam of the Yemen which it is proposed to send ...

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    1 L. n CUUTEE EE APT TREATY WITH TfHi; I. ; His Majesty the Mng of Great Britain, Ireland and tue ... the Imam, on the other part. Being desirous of entering into a treaty on a basis of friendship and co-operation for their mutual benefit. Have resolved to conclude this Treaty and nave appointed ...

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    place between them before the expiry of the period of the present Treaty, it being understood that nothing contained in this article or in other articles of the present Treaty is to be taken as meaning ... into force Treaty, and His Majesty the King of the Yemen undertakes that he will prevent, by all means at his ...

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    ARTICLE VI. (3SJ This 'Treaty shall be the basis of all subsequent agreements that may be concluded between the High Contracting parties now and in the future for the purposes of friendsnip and amity. ... of 40 j,e&rs. In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the present Treaty ...

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    negotiatr-no on the basin of hia draft) that treaty cannot be concl uded n*ii after Audhali and Sanah diafrieta ... A derision will not be taken on this question unless or until negotiations tor a treaty break down. ...

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    E 1003/65/91 N 1 I ain dlj'ecteci by Secretary Sir 8 Tote Simon to acknowledge t&e receipt of your letter rlc«$TO&7/38 of the 26th February regarding the proporod negotiation of a treaty with the Iwm of the Yu&en, 2* In reply^I to requeet you to info rn secretary Sir Philip Oimliffster that^ subject ...

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    of a treaty with the Imam of the Y emen. 2. These telegrams were referred to the Official Sub-Committee ...

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    are prepared to re-open negotiations on the basis of his draft) that treaty cannot be concluded until after ... will not be tsdcsn unless or until negotiations for a treaty break down* ...

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    THE COMMITTEE net to consider the following paper; dealing with the proposed Treaty with the Imam ... at Aden in his telegram No. S9 as to the preliminary conditions prior to a treaty. It appeared ... 3 that their fulfilment should be required prior to the signature of a treaty ana noo prior to opening negotiations ...

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    at once v/hat the conditions were and informed that they were a .sine—£ha__^on 5 hut that their fulfilment should he required prior to the signature of a treaty and not prior to its discuss!on» ... the time of the conclusion of the treaty* He considered that the actual time when these conditions should ...

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    LIv. 00 .ELL stated that at present the Imam is in the position of a suitor asking for a treaty. he should make it clear to him that he cannot obtain a treaty until he has evacuated the districts ... thd these negotiations would he carried on under the threat that unless the Imam concluded a treaty we ...

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    the treaty at the expense of The preconditions. THE CHAIRMAN suggested that the Ais Ministry fears ... of negotiations. He pointed out that our prestige in the Protectorate would not be enhanced If treaty ...

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    of this was borne out by Colonel Reilly wh o stated that the present position „as incompatible with our treaty obligations. The Air Ministry view had always been that the Imam's proposals for a treaty offered the one ... to the signature of a treaty and not prior to its discussion’** The conclusion re- shed was that the intention must ...

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    of the commencement of negotiations but only to the actual signature of a treaty; the Imam would at once be to ld ...

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    influence with him is considerable) is at last definitely anxious for a Treaty, and that he recently gave ... in a friendly spirit as a concession necessary in ord 4 r to secure a treaty with the British Government. On j the other hand, his reluctance to conclude a treaty | has been largely psychological and due to a desire ...

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    jtinute Paper. Department. la „ .w 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ M A b pti ?• t.3^ / '4* S W ^ luuutir k Jtfrt 41 5b 3000 10/31 to preserve. It is surely worth while attemptiig to secure the conditions to the treaty (which, in effect are bound to be regarded by the Imam aspart of the negotiations themselves) by ordinary ...

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    he has no assurance that he will secure a treaty thereby* As stated in paragraph 2 (d) of my secret ... and restoration of hostages should be conditions essential to conclusion of a treaty, but I do not consider ... be required prior to the signature of a treaty and not prior to its discussion* This procedure is more likely ...

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    is to be required to withdraw as a condition to the conclusion of a treaty? Please fur nish me with a precise ...

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    or to insist on it if necessary by force. Former alternative is incompatible with our Treaty obligations ...

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    On the general question it may well be that the recent conclusion of a Treaty between the Imam and Ibn Baud may ...

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    of the 11th of January, Ho,P .Z*118/32 on the subject of the proposed treaty with the Imam of the Yemen, ...

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    of 23rd December provides basis for negotiation of a treaty. There are however certain conditions which ...

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    © TV - Letter Telegram SECRET. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT from Dated Rec. Formally acknowledged 19 Date. Initials. i-' , SUBJECT. Question of treaty negotiations with the Imam. Proposal (a) that evacuation of Sanah by ih* Imam shall be made a preliminary condition to the opening of negotiations; (b) that Upper ...

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    of a proposed treaty with the Imam of the Yemen. 2. Sir Samuel Hoare is not disposed to dissent from Sir Philip ... preliminary to the negotiation of a treaty with him. Sir Samuel notes, however, that the Resident in paragraph ... of a treaty. The -same observatlon--i^ma-iNUeHx t?pply fc fh° ^ -mragrtiph 2 of his rlRspat-oh-of— ...

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    fromthis Department No. 89280/31 of the 23rd of December on the subject of a proposed treaty with the Imam ...

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    constitute a necessary preliminary to the negotiation of a treaty with him, and to enquire whether sir Samuel Hoare concurs with this view. ^ 3. I am further to enquire whether the Secretary of State for India in Council concurs with the Resident's view contained in paragraph 2 of his despatch that His ...

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    on the subject of a proposed treaty with the Imam of the Yemen. 2, The draft of a secret telegram, which ... of the treaty as a basis for instructions to the representative of His Majesty's Government who will conduct ...

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    at Aden coinmenting^on and enclosing a draft of a Treaty which he had re ceived from his Majesty the Imam ... treaty, (paper No. M,h« (o) 43). YilE ChAIRMAN stated that the first question for decision was whether the Imam's ccmmunicaticn enclosing the new draft treaty justified us in agreeing to re-open negotiations. MR. ...

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    that the Imam had presented us with a draft treaty whicn 3 in its main essentials 3 corresponded i so closely ...

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    oppose the conclusion of a treaty if this v.as considered to he politically desirable. The ^ir 'Ministry ... the question of a treaty with the Imam had been considered by the Cabinet and negotiations had then been ... that the conclusion of a treaty with the Imam would be generally in the interests of Kis Majesty's Government. ...

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    «' H® citud the evacuation of the Audhali country and the return of hostages, as recommended by Colonel Reilly, hut there was also the question of the return of loot and reparation lor damage at A1 Ain, which matter had been held in abeyance since the receipt of the Imam’s letter proposing a treaty* He ...

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    CAPTAIN PURSE considered that as a necessary condition precedent to a treaty, the I rum shouucl oe ... no treaty with the Beidha tribe* ...

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    that according to the terms of the draft treaty, the question of the ultimate boundary line was definitely ... boundary was, in any case, to be left over for further hegotiations; and the draft treaty now under ...

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