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    the grazing zones in the interior “used from time immemorial by the Trucial Coast tribes and their Sheikhs ...

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    that it is one that should be borne in mind should the question of giving protection to the Sheikh of Qatar arise ... East at their 33rd and 37th meetings, regarding the difficulty of defending the Sheikhdom of Qatar ... 1934, it seems likely to lie within 5 - 10 miles of the frontier of Qatar; and unless aircraft ...

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    and hamlets right up to Qatar. Ibn Baud must be told in any agreement come to, something in the following ...

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    with the Sheikh of Koweit regarding his claims ©gt;d|et King Xhn Scud, the curstir>n of the ‘bloekadi should he ... the projected coc;.municet;5..on to the Sheikh has not yet been raade, f.vncl it will/ ...

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    with Fuad Bey Hamza* Saudi Minister for Foreign Affairs. (b) One meeting with Sheikh Hafiz wahba* Saudi ... a further meeting with Sheikh Hafiz Variba on 15th October* 1934. (Paper No. M.S.(0) 151). (ii) Copy ...

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    of Qatar * we might offer the Sheikh protection within the area of the concession in return for his giving ... of the Qatar peninsula to the 20th parallel of latitude ? it would be well worth our while to face ...

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    at the Dohat-es-Salv/a would be brought very close to Qatar and the task of protection at this important point would ... Saud f s frontier so close to the base of the Qatar peninsula as the head of the Dohat-es-Salwa. ... sovereignty further away from the so- called Qatar f, protection line”. Unfortunately, it was at this northern ...

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    by them only on behalf of the Sultan of Muscat or the Trucial Sheikhs. But neither the Sultan nor the Trucial Sheikhs had, he thought, any extensive territorial claims in the hinterland. SIR ANDREW RYAN said ...

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    -12- He strongly shared the view that it was necessary to ensure that the territories of the coastal Sheikhs and the Sultan of Muscat were contiguous along the coast line, i.e* that Ihn' Baud should ... as representatives of the Trucial Sheikhs, since the territorial rights of these Sheikhs could not possibly ...

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    to the Committee showed the present | a position. Nothing could be done until the Sheikh dropped his claims against ... with the Sheikh. The political Resident had been given a discretion as to the moment at which to approach the Sheikh. MR. REN DEL said that, until the question of a com prehensive settlement had been raised ...

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    the maximum possible amount of territory to the Trucial Sheikhs, the Sultanate of Muscat and Oman and the Aden ...

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    the whole littoral from Qatar to Muscat but for his obligation under his own treaties with H.M*G.; and that, ...

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    have since had (see papers flagged at P.Z.6355 ana 66h9/34) tne King’s reply. In the case of Qatar he is prepared to accept a boundary running across the base of the Qatar Peninsula which has, he says, for long been an accepted ae facto boundary as between himself and the sheikh. ^ as regards the remainder ...

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    Sheikhs were not necessarily in. a position to pledge trmir triors to a certain allegiance. Political ...

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    Or again, a member of the sheikhly family, who had designs on the ruling sheikh, or who found himself threatened by that sheikh, would send a present to Ibn Jiluwi by way oi strengthening his hands against his ...

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    in this connexion a statement made not long ago by the Sheikh of Qatar that there was an area between him and the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi which they regarded as a neutral zone, but in which Ibn Saud exercised authority ...

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    frontiers of Saudi Arabia, I have to inform you that on the 15th October Sheikh Hafiz Wahba called again ... generally as distinct from the coastal belt. 4. Sheikh Hafiz Wahba was warned that many of these statements ... also been mentioned and this tribe it was understood, had long owed a certain allegiance to the Sheikh ...

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    not formally, agreed upon between himself and the Sheikh of Qatar as the southern limit of the latter’s ... relations of Qatar; there could, therefore, be no question of a direct agreement between the Sheikh of Qatar ... present. 2. Sheikh Hafiz Wahba began by explaining that he had now heard from Ibn Sand, and that the King ...

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    and ask for telegraphic information on this question. 8 . Sheikh Hafiz Wahba agreed to telegraph his ...

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    of Ibn Sa , ud , s "ancestral claims H to Hasa, Qatar, the Trucial Coast and the Sultanate of ’Oman* 2* ...

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    and Qatar, about the beginning of the 11th century, Arabia fell into chaos for some two centuries. * 00313 x 15 Qatar and Has a were organised for a time into a kind of monarchy under the habhan, and later ...

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    in London, Sheikh Hafiz Wahba. Sir A. Ryan was also present, except at the beginning of the conversation. 2. ...

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    easstem frontier and mentioned in a general way what had passed between him and oir A. Kyan about the position in regard to the Treaty of Jedda. was agreed to discuss the frontier question to-morrow morning, and Tuad Bey undertook to produce, after this had been done, a further list of subjects. 16. Sheikh Hafiz ...

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    Bey Hamza (Deputy Saudi Arabian Minister for Foreign Affairs). Sheikh Hafiz Wahba (Saudi Arabian ...

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    completely independent than the Trucial sheikhs, and that it might therefore be necessary for him ...

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    It was arranged that, if these instructions did not arrive before Fuad Bey’s departure from England, Sheikh Hafiz ... allegiance, and were stated to be largely dependent on the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. Again, Euad Bey had mentioned ... points by his instructions from home. Fuad Bey stated that Sheikh Hafiz Wahba Avould also be available ...

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    special relations with Ibn Saud). 3. I am sending five copies of the memorandum and a copy of' this letter ... on the Southern Boundary of Qatar and Connected Problems, paragraphs ^ of thi pip' memorandum contain certain ... summarises information, chiefly drawn from Lorimer, in regard to the boundaries of Qatar and Abu Dhabi, ...

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    Qatar and the Wahabis, 1804-18 - - 22 Turkey and the Wahabis, 1804-18 - - 23 H.M. Government ... Qatar and the Wahabis, 1824-40 - - 50 Koweit and the Wahabis, 1824-40 - - 51 H.M. Government ... Qatar and the Wahabis, 1840-70 - - 84-86 Bahrein and the Wahabis, 1840-70 - - 87-88 Koweit ...

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    Ibn Saud warned to respect Qatar, 1922 - - 200 Reassertion of Wahabi influence in Trucial Oman, ... of the Trucial Sheikhs and their relation to the Wahabis, 1800-1934 - 233-235 D. Extent of Wahabi control ...

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    of the sect connected themselves with the Sheikhs of the Saudi family, who then ruled at Deriyah in Nejd ; and the movement, originally religious in character, rapidly assumed a political complexion. The Saudi Sheikhs ...

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    Sheikhs of Bahrein had hereditary possessions in Qatar, 90. ’ an d took refuge there on their expulsion ... 7. The Wahabi Amirs held Hasa and Nejd. 8 Bahrein was in the possession of the Uttabi Sheikhs, who, originally settled on the mainland of Arabia at Zubarah in Qatar, had expelled the Persians from Bahrein ...

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    an abortive expedition against the new Wahabi Sheikh of the Jowasimis. In the same year the Wahabis delivered ... a severe defeat on the Wahabis in Qatar in 1812. In 1813 the Sultan endeavoured to co-operate with the Lor ... assisted the Sheikh of Bahrein to repel an attempt by the Sultan to re-establish his control over Bahrein. ...

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    and the Sheikh of Koweit appears thenceforward to have remained relatively free of Wahabi influence. Qatar ... Yas Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, who appears to have been more independent of Wahabi influence than ... associated himself with explanations and assurances furnished by the de facto Sheikh of Ras-al-Khaima ...

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    with them as independent Sheikhs and without reference to, or the interference of, the Amir. Punitive ... their control along the Trucial Coast between 1800 and 1803. The piratical activities of the Trucial Sheikhs ...

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    destroyed their forts, and burnt their warships. The Sheikhs in Aitch. XII, May 1820 entered into a general ... with the Trucial Sheikhs as independent rulers. In November 1820 H.M. Government took steps to subdue the Beni bu ... the Sheikhdom of Ajman. In 1823 the Jowasimi Sheikhs xxiv, 315, (as distinct from the Beni Yas of Abu Dhabi ...

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    was principally busied with unsuccessful endeavours to reduce the Sheikhs of Bahrein. In 1829 he suffered a severe ... in 1824, the Wahabi Amir opened correspondence with all the Sheikhs of the coast, inviting them to renew the relations which had existed prior to the overthrow of the Wahabis by Ibrahim Pasha. The Jowasimi Sheikh ...

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    addressed a strong remonstrance to the Sheikh of Shargah for his delays in destroying the towers ... the Sheikh to elfect the •nmediate destruction of the towers, to accompany a Muscat force. Hostilities ... of the Jowasimis, and especially the Sheikhs of Ajman and Umm al Bo. Sel., Qaiwam, appear to have welcomed ...

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    dropped, and the effect of"* the murder is stated to have introduced such confusion and discord into Wahabi ... and by the possibility "of a coalition between Muscat and Persia, Bahrein reached a friendly agreement with the Amir, ... Precis, “ The language held on this occasion was confirmed by the Governor [of Bombay] in § 31. Council, ...

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    11 Wahabi Overtures, 1831. 53. About the middle of 1831 the Wahabi Amir, through the intermediacy of Precis, § 37. the Sheikh of Ajman, wrote to the Governor of Bombay expressing his desire to he upon ... of Mehemet Ali, and that he would improve and extend his conquests. Khalid thereupon called upon the Sheikhs ...

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    of Egyptian Agent under British pressure. 60.. The Sheikh oi Shargah, at his own request, was furnished ... by the Sheikh that if he returned to Oman in force Shargah would join him and place all its resources at his ... Agent an attack was made on the Beni Naim at Baraimi by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, who was called ...

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    dollars and the Wahabi forces were withdrawn. In 1849 the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, who Bo. Sel. had had hopes ... to be entertained by the Oman Sheikhs against Muscat. Hostilities broke out shortly thereafter between the Wahabis ...

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    were restored. Watiit>TQ TXT TT/^tT 4 T O AT A xr 1 RAO—1 S70 The Amir Khalid and the Trucial Sheikhs ... on intrigues and correspondence with him. Overtures of the Amir Abdulla, to the Trucial Sheikhs, 1842. 70. In February 1842 the Amir Abdulla addressed letters to the Sheikhs of Oman intimating his intention of sending ...

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    Overtures of the Amir Feisul to the Trucial Sheikhs, 1843. 71. In 1843 the Resident concluded a Maritime Truce for a period of 10 years Aitch. XII, with the Trucial Sheikhs. Following the example of his predecessor, the new Amir, Feisul, in July 1843 wrote to the maritime and inland Sheikhs of Oman, gkitimating ...

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    suffered by his people (the Sheikhs) in Oman at the hands of Muscat.” He established himself at Baraimi, supported by an imposing force, and called upon all the maritime and inland Sheikhs to attend him. All the maritime Sheikhs responded to this summons with the exception of Debai, who sent Bo Set. bis uncle ...

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    and Debai are classed as supporters of Muscat, and that Qatar and a fairly deep fringe along the Trucial sea ... and 1870. In 1864-66 the Trucial Sheikhs appear to have stood aside from the struggles between Muscat ... customary of old.” In 1867 the ex-Sheikh of Ras-al-Khaimah unsuccessfully sought for Wahabi intervention. ...

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    it proved necessary to bring pressure to bear on the Sheikh to discontinue a blockade of the Wahabi ports ... of the Bahreini pretender from Qatar, despite the support accorded to him by the Wahabis. Koweit and the Wahabis, 1840-1870. 89. In 1841 the ex-Amir Khalid took refuge in Koweit. In 1863 relations between the Sheikh ...

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    96. In 1842 overtures made to the Trucial Sheikhs by the Amir Abdulla, who Lor. 1,1108. had overthrown ... overthrown the Amir Abdulla, intimated to the Trucial and inland Sheikhs of Oman that he proposed to bring ...

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    naval intervention, found himself obliged to come to terms with the Sheikh of Bahrein. Muscat supported ...

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    the powers on the shores -of the Persian Gulf by aiding one party to coerce the other.” ... for pardon. The Amir, however, after justifying his proceedings on the ground that the Sheikh of Bahrein ... the Amir was required to eject the Bahreini pretender from Damman in Qatar, and was advised to enter ...

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    Sheikhs, and of the special relations between H.M. Government and those Sheikhs (1853, 1855) to defend ...

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