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    into the matter in any detail, since we should prefer to dispose of the Qatar oil negotiations before doing so. 3. ...

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    * of 1915 and the modification of the Kowelt Frontier in 192,2. As regards the first of these points, it is true that/the treaty in question Iton 3aud undertook to abstain from interference in the territories of Bahrein, Koweit, Qatar and the Shaikhs of the Oman Coast, "and the limits of their territories ...

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    if possible be staved off until (? after ) Sheikh has given all concession to the Angla**Perslan Oil Company. ... line-would have unfortunate effect on Sheikh. In this connection please see my telegram 413, 26th April, ...

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    Affairs, dated the 28th April, respecting the Qatar boundaries and the Anglo-Turkish conven tions of 1913 ...

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    reconnaissance of Qatar, flying over Hawar Island and thence to a point just south-east of Zakhnuniyah Island. ... of the Qatar peninsula to Khor al 'Odaid, where a fine almost land-locked sheet of deep water was found. Here ... of Qatar to Dohah, where the night was spent in H.hh S. - Bidexord„ The Senior Naval Officer, Persian Gulf ...

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    relations with trucial Sheikhs especially the Sheikh of Qatar who was the King’s bosom friend and with whom the King had every sort of tie. Fuad added that he had himself warned the King of effect of Sheikh’s Treaty ... sphere and saw some advantage in having His Majesty’s Government between him and the Sheikhs though he ...

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    Departments here and Jedda as to the line to be followed in the proposed reconnaissance of Qatar. 'The text of the communication to be made on this subject to the Sheikh of Qatar is given in our telegram of 1st May No .1(73^ ... the oheikh of Qatar in writing of our communication to Ibn Baud about the Blue Line and suggesting the terms ...

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    that Sheikh should he informed in writing of this important matter which affects him closely {? sMm If given ... already been informed in writing, is there any harm in informing the Sheikh {corrupt group)? 2. If you concur, communication to Sheikh, which could be sent by loch to him together with that mentioned ...

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    of His Majesty's Government '' sh'-i) Air Officer Coffimamting, Sheikh should be warned by the Political ... Sheikh’s) tribesmen should he warned that if any hostile action is taken against the machines - which we (? ...

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    with (? flying) boats 4 ' should) visit Sheikh at Dohah on the return journey, when an opportunity might ...

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    State..,. SUBJECT. eastern boundary of Sauai nrabia and 3outliern boundary of Qatar, Question whether Sheikh of Qatar should be inioraied oi line taken vis-a-vis Ibn 3 aud. FOB USE BY DEPARTMENTS ONLY. L.inute. Drait ...

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    of the phrase ’ “ ~ TeaSsua* to trie 3tieikn of Qatar, file Government of inula ana the Resident arf^f d'oubt ...

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    g and connected correspondence* Situation in brief is that His Majesty 1 s Government have given to Sheikh of Katr ... of my telegram T*98* 2* It is essential that the Sheikh should he impressed with the.3°act that we mean business* both in regard to (a)^ himself and (in so far as Katr is concerned) to’(b) Ibn Baud on whom Sheikh ...

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    to collecting useful information, shew Sheikh that we are (? contemplating) an active interest in his area, 4« With regard to (b). I suggest that I be authorised as soon as possible to inform Sheikh that His Majesty’s Government have Intimated to Ibn gaud (whether directly or indirectly is Immaterial to the Sheikh ...

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    Government approve action taken by you 0 As regards para Q 3 (c) they do not wish Sheikh to assume from ... 3oIwa-Khor-a1-Qdeid line as Southern boundary of Qatar 0 Do you think there is any risk of this? If so ought a caveat to be entered in general terms at your next interview? Sheikh is no doubt fully aware that His Majesty’s ...

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    with Sheikh? It seems clearly important to continue to press him, particularly in view of rumour reported ...

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    UOoCOo . '"'0 "“O‘ “O -Q—* Yonr telsgiam h OvU4 (of the 18th April: question concerning j-.rab ooaoes ... information from Resident snows that Sheikh will not wai.ve claims save in return for under taking oy His ... is thereafter IUlly lmplemented '’ Hor can necessary preliminary understanding with Sheikh regarding direct ...

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    not * night Honour-Able Sir John s~ to B1 Qatar# ...

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    neutral zone "to Qatar" as 550 miles. addressed to Foreign Office No. 12 Saving, repeated to Government ...

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    from the Political Resident shows that the sheikh of Koweit has still certain demands to make, which ...

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    — .... ■ •- '■ — - 2 - . ‘ on Bin Saud, and it is odvious that soma little delay will be inevitable before progress can be maae over this point. It is, on the other hand, extremely | desirable to dispose of the Qatar and the Blue Line | questions without delay, particularly as Ibn Saud may: at any moment hear, ...

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    ^ - Laittiwaite to Metcalfe. G.of I.’s telegram dated 18th April, 921 . Qatar boundaries." we entirely share iour ... that G.of I, will see no objection to it ip 'u- '^ r > tr Uji*. S' . NtAjL- 22G2 5000 11.33 ...

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    and repeated to Bushire. Tour telegram of the 17th instant, 958. Qatar boundaries. 2. We presume ... is that Sheikh claimed boundary as shown on Anglo-Persian Oil Company's map but expressly stated ... contemplated in course (o) since we could not count on the Sheikh's support in any conflict with Ibn Saud which ...

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    2 Q on I bn iz>ojA nigho oe mitigated by a preliminary communication on following lines if sheikh ... correspondence between Sheikh and Ibn Saud. In view of their special relations witn an weit, nature of which ... between Ion Saud and the Sheikh should be conducted through their intermediary* This applies also ...

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    establish position that Ibn Baud cannot expect His Majesty’s Government merely to bring Sheikh into line ...

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    the representatives of the Sultan of Nejd and the Political Agent, Koweit, acting on oenaii of the Sheikh of Koweit, ...

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    COPY * s (E EOSS/E^ Ol) fiStlft 662/4lC/£6) 14th March, 1934 0 Sir, ^ ®y .. ■ aving tcXcgrain No q 8 o (' 13th Pehruary and say telegr&Bi /j J 9 KOaSO^of 5th March regarding the boundaries of Qatar, I referred to the existence of Ikhwdn settlements of the Murra tribe east of the blue line laid down ...

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    s. In so ran any th 1.1 eut.-Colonel loch, X le't Bahrain on the evening of the 1st April in HJ1.S.«^ney" whie) was kindly placed at my disposal hy the Senior Haval Officer, arriving on the Horning of the 2nd at Qatar where we remained until tne evening of the 4th, occupying the interval in a series ...

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    to the question of the Qatar boundary/ ...

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    I Copy of letter No. C-172, dated 3rd April 1934, from the Hon*ble LieuUCol. T.C.Powle, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Shaikh Abdullah bin Qasim al Thani, Ruler of Qatar. After compliments,, With regard to the conversations which have taken place between us, at which lieutenant Colonel Loch cUiCt ...

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    Translation of a letter dated 19th Tlhil Haj 1352 (4th April 1934) from Shaikh Sjudbodabn Abdullah bin CJasim al Thaii, Suler of Qatar, to the Hon'ble the Political Resident in the Persian Gulf. After compliments. I oep to acknowledge the receipt of your kind letter dated 3rd April, equivalent to 18th Dhil HaJ ...

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    Shaikh Abdullah bin Q^asiin al ^hani, Huler of Qatar* After compliments, 1 hare received your letter dated 19th T)hil Haj 135S (4th April 1934) written in reply to my letter dated 18th Dhil Haj (3rd ... arrangements you yourself, 01 Shaikh, referred to on the occasion of my previous visit to Qatar. You have ...

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    Minute Paper.. political Department. r 2119 5000 8/33 i'iie Jwiddle East Committee considered the latest Qatar developments on lath April, a draft record of the discussion is flagged. Their recoKmendaUons are also flagged. A separate submission (travelling herewith) has been made on their proposal ...

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    it will not merely te in the check which/will represent to his extension East: our attitude will he known all along the Arab coast, and should considerably strengthen our position in Koweit, Bahrein, Qatar and the irucial Area* u , ait 7 n ...

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    the Conclusions of the 30th meeting’ — Copy.of telegram from the Secretary of State for India to the Government ... for discussion. Firstly, the present position of the negotiations with the Sheikh, and, secondly, the question of the boundary, i.e., the "blue line". The Sheikh’s redactions were fully given in Colonel Fowle’s telegram (Paper ...

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    that these precedents might furnish a useful argument for taking the line with the Sheikh that he could not grant ... the concession or not. The fact that we were now telling the Sheikh that we regarded an e -APloration licence ... in the Committee as to the Qatar boundary. On the question of the attitude to be adopted with Ibn Sand over ...

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    the extracts appended to the India Office memorandum on the southern boundary of Qatar that the Hurrah and other nomad tribes of the Rub ’al Khali paid occasional tribute to Ibn Saud as "Lord of the Sands"; but it was clear that this too was not of a formal or necessarily of a permanent character. ...

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    secondly, a combined reconnaissance by naval and air craft would impress the Sheikh and was likely to have a strong moral effect, GOM'lA.NDER DICKSON stated that the East coast of the Qatar Peninsula ... of the Qatar Peninsula owing to the inadequacy of the present surveys* CROUP CAPTAIN PECK stated that aircraft ...

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    pointed out that our liability to protect the Sheikh of -latar did not become effective until and unless ... templated the establishment of an aerodrome at Doha and various emergency landing grounds in the Qatar ... to the provision of the detence facilities required in Qatar, it would be necessary to base any landplsnes used ...

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    to the "blue line" as falling within the sphere of Qatar and for Ibn Saud to be able to reply that the Sheikh ... -9- in such instructions on the subject of the Qatar boundary 0 MR. RENDER favoured some such caveat as he feared that if we allowed the Sheikh 1 s statement that his frontier ran across the base ...

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    as to time table with Sheikh and next step; (e) asking his opinion as to whether any caveat should be entered with the Sheikh in regard to his southern boundary, (ii) that the Foreign Office should draft a telegram to His ...

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    Byan on the subjects of (a) The Qatar Boundary (bj Payments by certain Arab Shaikhs to ibn Saud. 2. ... forthcoming visit to Qatar. 3. With regard to (bj. i will see what further details 1 can get, ...

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    returned here after three days conversation with the Sheikh of Katr. 2* I communicated to the Sheikh points ...

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    frontier, particularly with a view to ascertaining whether the^e two uaye are suitable for flying-boat anchorages^ We are not responsible for the protection of Katr until the Sheikh concession ... in the hot weather and agreament with [email protected]) frontier should hava a good effect on the Sheikh* ...

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    of Sheikhdoms or seek, except in the case of Qatar, to acquire direct and dominant infiuence/over Sheikhs. He ...

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    ■■ A D ^ / 3o which gives nothing away hut suggests that survey 13 planned on s.n ambitionG gc alo 0 Paragraph 6 . I have not yet received Koweit report referred to but I an iupr 0 i:o l:' 6 d by the danger of Ibn Saud getting Sheikh of Qatar into his pocket. See my letter of February 27th to Mr* C* Warner,. ...

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    organisation in Qatar (which must await general agreement with the Sheikh about oil concession and proposed ... to stir up desert tribes against the E>heikhs of Qatar or (less probably) Abu Dhabi, the resulting' ... with possihility of having to accept blue line might intrigue to strengthen his informal influence in Qatar ...

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    Ibn baud's domination. Recent report from Koweit on extent of Ibn Saud's influence in Qatar peninsula ...

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    As regards paragraph 5 of your telegram No.40 (of Parch list), I agree that it would be best to describe area ... to describing area as falling under "full sovereignty" of Qatar is that it is uncertain whether Sheikh himself ... between respective claims of Sheikh of Qatar and Sheikh of Abu Dhabio They have already recognised coastal ...

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    ■ ' Copy No 0 ii QATAR BOUNmRY. Note by tlie Secretary. A copy of a despatoh No. 72 of 13th February, 1934 received from H a M, Ambassador at Angora, together with the Foreign Office Despatch No, 125 of 22 nd March, 1934, sent in reply thereto^is circulated to members at Mr. Rendel’s request* 5, While ...

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