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    of defining the &4 Qatar, the Trucial Sheikhdoms, Muscat, ...

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    that State and Qatar and the places which should be allotted to Abu Dhabi according to Col. Loch’s telegram ...

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    might help @ir A.ly&n to jr>rsuade Ibn ?*md to accept our (of* paragraph 1? of our praliainary instruct ... claim any territory for Qatar beyond tli# concession limi f it would scorn prareraVe that it should be ...

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    aid® of any line we lay down in thle sector ms properly belonging eitlier to Qatar or to hbo ... of the three bo\mdariea» i*e* between Saudi Arabia and qatar, between raudl Arabia and Abu ftiabit and beta©on ...

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    urgently to consider the line to be taken. The attached two sketch maps (of S.E.Arabia generally and of the area at the base of the Qatar Peninsula) attempt to show roughly the various lines now under ... (2) Our relations with Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. The fact that Colonel Loch has been over this- matter so ...

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    by the Middle East Committee on 24th September was to start froiiTa point about 4 miles the Q.atar side of %asr ...

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    as no essential interest of the Sheikh of Qatar is involved. Section (3), viz. from meridian 51 to Haluwain. ... flown over the place and has worked it out with the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi's aged uncle who no doubt ...

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    this and Sabkhat w al-Matti are very strong, while Sufak borders on Sabhat-al-Matti. Sheikh’s claims to remaining ...

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    Al'ter prolonged discussion with Sheikh Abu Dhabi in the presence of his family, especially bis aged uncle. Sheikh Khalifah, wbo experienced in tribal matters, they express willing agreement with lines ... as meridian 51 leaving rocky ground and hill of Bar AJ Qatar to Qatar and sardy ground for (sic) south to Bin ...

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    Sheikh claims places allotted to him in (3) above on the ground that they are near the coast* which ...

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    for this contention nowadaye s hut (? in spite of) this that were to be handed over to Bin Saud ... in question runs south from the sea on (? west side of) Sabakhat A 1 Matti. About 10 miles from the sea ... danger. j 3. Sheikh claims places allotted to him in ( 4 ) on grounds that ttijan and Sabakhat A1 (? ...

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    and says that Loch will discuss this possibility 9 * with the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. Similarly he suggests ...

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    telegrams, but we think it that you should know how the minds of the G.of I. and the Resident have been [M ... (VlX thnt irt—fhn- ni ^advantage is likely to be served by Loch raising the—qucoti on with the Sheikh ...

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    56 (?northern) edge of Great Sands might be substituted proTided that is acceptable to Sheikh of Abu ...

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    be substituted provided that is acceptable to Sheikh of Abu Dhabi „ Loch will enquire about thiB 0 Paragraph ...

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    by the Sheikh of Qatar to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, on the ground that part of the concession area ... under that of the rulers of Qatar, of the Trucial Coast States and of Muscat on the other. You ...

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    harerec® ne limit of®’ .aims of ft ordingly p ter, ;ers, ,t, as a r< ’econside^: dtish^ mined : (iu» ... on the 11th May ast while not extending beyond the limits of the State of Qatar as claimed by the Sheikh ... the opportunity to recall the fact that His Majesty s Government have formally assured the Sheikh of Qatar ...

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    this would m their opinion be incompatible with their obligation to protect the rights of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi Similarly, they can And no justification for the extension of the daL^of King AbdulAzizls far east ... Predominantly covered by the Ahl Hurra tribe, are within the historic possessions of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi ...

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    51° E. with parallel 24° N.) to which a positive claim can be advanced on behalf of the Sheikh of Abu ...

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    to meet the Saudi claim while respecting the territory of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. You will then do your ... the frontier would be defined as being between Saudi Arabia on the one hand and Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Muscat ... the question of the possible final demarcation of the frontier in the vicinity of the Qatar peninsula. I am, ...

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    and will approach the Sheikh on the lines of your paragraph No*4 and will telegraph urgently, repeating to await ...

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    Mi Rulers of Qatar, of the Trucial Coast States and of Muscat/, You will recollect that only ...

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    of the dispute, to and to remove a source of friction which has concession by the Sheikh of Qatar to the the oil ...

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    factor in regard to the frontier of Qatar is the grant by the Sheikh to the Ac 1,0,Co 3 with the full ... should point out tho iniportance which His Majesty s Government attach to establishing a well as political and tribal considerations. Tne Qatar peninsula forms a clearly defined ^ that the frontier between ...

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    of Qatar as claimed by the Sheikh of Qatar and recognized as his territory by His Majesty’s;. Government ... Majesty’s Government have formally assured the Sheikh of Qatar of their protection against any interference ... /1. /3 of His Majesty's Government, of an oil , conc ession over the Sheikhdom of Qatar. Ihis ...

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    the northern side 'Ltho* of the mouth of the Khor al Odeid ill ^ ^territory 'of Abu ’Dhabi m^o.hes-.wi-th? ... irecognised^the validity of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi's claim to the whole of this inlet, and regarded his territory ...

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    in the chain of Arab states on the coast between Qatar and Muscat; that the maintenance of this position ...

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    by the British authorities in the Persian Gulf i -i x X •efg.h^kh-iOf Abu "Dh»M s in order to Jr I ascertain ... by the Ahl Hurra tribe* are within the historic possessions of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi7^rand..-tfe>a.t par-t of-*the* Ip p t pi a 1.1 eri 1 9 '4,.q^ j^re accordingly unable to agree to the eastward prolongation ...

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    of jripiil ord since this would in their opinion be incompatible with their obliga tion to protect the rights of the Sheikh of abu nnabi. Similarly Si-a je sty 1., s-Go^en^ ja^t can find no justification ... to A thQ. Sheikh of Abu Dhabi or to the Sultan of Mil-scat unM 1%. You staKLfkthen inform King Abdul Azix ...

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    the Qatar peninsula^* continuing in a south easterly,,,, o ...

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    \ i3 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the one hand and. the Sheikhdoms of Qatar and Abu Dhabi in special relations with His hajesty’s Government, the Sultanate of Lius cat and Oman and the Aden Protectorate on the other: (a) A line starting from a point on the eastern shore of the gulf known as Donat * as Salwa about ...

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    y-4,0'- t-iae* 1 ^ $0ulkqLc - W tjU&h oastsrn—limil.s^of the Murra ”dl.ra ?t according to the latest ... ^ beyond the l? d;ira 5? of the Murra $euitA&\4\ j^aJit trib e. ii to the iiii-,!;'of that of/ ... to meet the Saudi claim while respecting the territory of the Sheikh of A'bu Dhabi, You •ewM then I do tb° ...

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    Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Muscat and the Aden Protector ate on the otherc This point is, however, premature ... of the Qatar in ent The tween Sa' ^ — ~ '— i ~r‘ ,jTbetween SaMi'Arabia on the one hand and peninsula. ...

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    SheiK-h**. (borimer). The Admiralty Handbook affirms tost lt both in religious tenets and political ...

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    them by the sheikh of Abu Dhabi. (2) Some sections of the tribe - e.g. the two groups encountered/ ...

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    south of Aqal to which Sheikh has claim strong enough to be made if necessary breaking point ... arrange for personal enquiry to be made of Sheikh whojshould He left m rvz doubt of use to which required ...

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    Draft Paper. Department. £ they will not be prepared to hold Ibn Baud back beyond any particular line in the interior unless clear and cogent arguments can be adduced m s ^PP or ^ the Sheikh’s claims to the territory up to that line. ...

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    of Qatar and in regard to the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi*s claims to the Khor-al-Odeid, CoujQpl Aqal and Sabkhat ... of ssakat by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi in the area east of the line offered to Ibn Saud -foss. the predominant ... in the area at the south of the Qatar Peninsula to which he attaches much importance. With these objects ...

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    the Qatar Peninsula. It seems possible, moreover, that a line running due S.E. from ^asr-es-Salwa might ... it is not impossible that we may find it difficult to obtain any very definite evidence in support of the Sheikh of Abu ...

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    , of to which Sheikh has claim strong enough to be made if necessary breaking point of negotiations. 4* If you ... for personal enquiry to be made of Sheikh laiu'Otp:i: emit*; oofio..-sl a bMd iko i.-.o.ir - or -ustu i who ...

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    to establishing key points A and B at the base of the Qatar peninsula. 2. A preliminary point which strikes me is that, with the best will in the world, it wii^be practically impossible to get the -sews of^the proposed ...

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    to Fuad Hamza last summer that H.M.G. were committed to recognition of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi’s ... was geographically obviously a part of Qatar. As recently as September 20th we instructed Calvert in our telegram ... as follows:- "The southern limit of the oil "concession granted to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company by the Sheikh/ ...

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    "the Sheikh of Qatar not only does not extend beyond this Green Line, hut lies to a considerable distance "to the north of it. The concession does not therefore "extend to any territory under discussion with the "Saudi Government". 5. I see that we took very much the same line in connection with the air survey ...

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    is that,in line 9 of paragraph 3i the words "to the east of Qatar" should be inserted afte: the words "access ...

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    T7 ^T7£> South-Eastern Boundaries of* Saudi Arabia. * Please see the submission at P.Z.4910/35. It was then decided to obtain more infomation from the Resident in the Persian Gulf as to the allegiance ... and as to the extent of the territory in which the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi exercises authority (e.g. by collecting taxes ...

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    that we do not give anything away that belongs to one of our Sheikhs. As Sir Andrew Ryan is paying ...

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    by Sheikhs. It o'’"' " should be borne in mind that line based on these points would be line on which v/e ...

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    (^) That his Majesty’s Government should refrain from pre- ^en^j.ng on land between Trucial Sheikh- hcjaiSo yh’-j tASEumecs. tha-i under* this latter head there should also he inc] uded the prevention ... Sheikhs. That speech had hitherto been accepted as the ruling authority in matters affecting the policy ...

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    to the Trucial Sheikhs that they could and would intervene by sea, air or even land, if necessary. As the safety ...

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    of protection sy land which had recently been given to the Sheikh of Qatar. In that case His Majesty’s ... preliminary consideration as had been tne case m Qatar. New foreign interests were likely to appear at any ... Qatar • COLOunL LOwnxC obseived that, if the safety of the air route could be assured with the present ...

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