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    to the nature of the relationship between the Arab Sheikhs and H.M.G. (a copy of the ...

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    to the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi that were contemplating arbitration in respect of territory which they had recognised ... to the Arab Sheikhs of the Persian Gulf. The Political Resident adds the warning that the submission ... Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, which he would regard as a condition precedent to any further consideration ...

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    - and there can be no doubt that the feeling of uncertainty could not be confined to the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi alone ...

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    territory should be put under Ibn Saud in order that the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi or the Sultan of Muscat, ...

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    Ihor-el-Odeid to arbitration end particularly on the proposal that the Sheikh of nbu Dhabi sliould be werned ... consistently ma^intained that the SheiKh of sbu iliabi r s claim to hhor-el-Odeid was incontestable. In 1877 ...

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    in the margin. In 1906 a formal guarantee of his title was given to the Sheikh end as recently as 1935, when Ibn ...

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    3<> The reactions, of the Sheikh of hbu Dhabi to a proposal for arbitration are perhaps rather ... r s comments have not yet been received. The Sheikh may not of course have any knowledge of Ibn baud's claim ...

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    is to the effect that he cannot rebuild Odeid unless he is assured of/ ... , I.C.S., Secretary to the Government oi India, Foreign Department. I have the honour to report that Sheikh ... Then I visited Abu Dhabi last October, the question of Odeid came up during my meeting with the Sheikh, who ...

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    the Sheikh that his request has been referred for the consideration and orders of the Government of India ... December 1903) from Sheikh Zaid bin Khalifah, Chief of Abu Dhabi, to Lieutenant-Colonel C.A. Kemball, ...

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    January 1904, I have received from Sheikh Zald bin Khalifah, Chief of Abu Dhabi, on the subject of his ... in the Katr pearl trade which is now exclusively in the hands of Sheikh Ahmed bin Thani and his nephe¥/s. ...

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    sending a reply to Sheikh Zaid by the messenger who Drought his letter, uo the effect that the letter has ... of a letter, dated the 1st January 1904, from Sheikh Zaid bin Khalifah, Chief of Abu Dhabi, to J. Calcott ...

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    agree in your view that Sheikh Zaid’s right to Odeid is undoubted, but the Chief can have no claim ... has apparently remained deserted ever since the flight of Sheikh Batay and the demolition of its ... ) from ditto ditto to ditto ditto, dated the ) to the Sheikh, being 14th January 1879. ) used as a resort ...

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    encouragement to the re-occupation of the place by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. Before passing linal orders ...

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    •by the first two. It would he desirable to exclude from the list.of possible arbitrators nationals of Prance, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the U.S.A. and possibly some other States also. (5) H.M.G. would ... the present state of affairs. If the Sheikh objects strongly, or asks whether there will be any guarantee ...

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    that the Sheikhs of the Arab coast should he friendly and ready to assist in time of war in vie?/ of our air ...

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    of deciding that though the Sheikh’s legal claim is good ; the territory should go to Ibn Saud on other ... a not unreasonable request. The Foreign Office now definitely ask that the Sheikh should be sounded on the question ... objections to raising the matter with the Sheikh at all. They will almost certainly say that the mere mention ...

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    B Minute Paper. Department. going "back on our guarantee will have just as serious effects as if we were to announce straightaway that we were going to give the Khor-el-Odeid to Ihn Saud.The Sheikh ... will get round at once to the other Sheikhs who will equally be alarmed for their position, with dire ...

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    in paragraph 30 of Mr. Baxter’s letter that the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi should be warned that H.M.G. may find ...

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    on the possibility of sounding the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi? either on the question of arbitration or? if this seems ...

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    33 •f ' . . 4. When the question of sounding the Bheikh was considered at an earlier Suage? it was held to he open to objections on the ground of the risks, that the Sheikh’s suspicions would at once he ... risks of these developments, to take any discreet soundings with the Sheikh, in order to ascertain ...

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    or acceplanee of arbitration upon our relations with the Sheikh of Abu may be sumi (a) (b) (c) (a) ! Dhabi* ...

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    6 0 As regards (a), we should clearly want to keep the scope of any arbitration within as narrow limits as possible. ffe might for instance start off by suggesting to Ibn Saud that if he were willing to accept what we had already offered for the rest of the South-Eastern frontier, e.g. the Qatar section ...

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    to take account of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi* s feelings just as much as those of Ibn Saud. 11. ...

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    Office or rather His Majesty’s Government as a whole are placed hy the fact that we promised the Sheikh ... betvfeen His Majesty's Government as the representative of the Sheikh of Ahn Dhahi on the one side ... of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi on the one side and the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi on the other. In other words His ...

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    1 % 7 16 Khor-e1-Odeido 14 c . To take (i) first, the fact that His Majesty’s Government told the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi in 1906 that they regarded a certain area as lying in his territory does not in itself constitute proof that it did lie in his territory or invalidate any claims which a third party may ...

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    of breaking, a Pledge to the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi, His Majesty's Government must evidently find some way of compensating the Sheikh in other directions, "/hat form this compensation might take need not, X think, ...

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    of the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi and to claim that he is in law the owner of the territory, the 1906 pledge cannot ... than legal considerations into account, since in that case the arbitrator might decide that the Sheikh ... the Sheikh agree to an arbitration which might produce this result. 22. Alternative (l) must therefore ...

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    be comprised under the description "Khor-el-Odeid" legally belongs to (a) the Sheikh, (b) Ibn Sand or (c) ... the 1906 pledge, because the Sheikh could not lose the ...

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    advantage to him than the present uncertain state of affairs. 29 0 The Sheikh might admittedly ask whether ... Majesty’s Government had felt obliged to proceed to arbitration v/ithout the Sheikh’s concurrence, ...

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    Sheikhs is feasible. All we as* + /U - J - we as k at present is that the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi should ...

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    the Khor-el-Odeid which His Majesty’s Government have in the past recognised as belonging to the Sheikh of Abu ...

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    to be desirable on their own merits, and in the interests of c the Trucial Sheikhs. Secondly, Lord Halifax feels ... Sheikhs. They suggest that Ibn Saud would be unlikely to respect a frontier line agreed upon between ...

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    which the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi did not exercise real and effective control Lord Zetland will no doubt ...

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    and territory over which the Sheikhs of the Trucial Coast exercise genuine and effective control. If this proves ...

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    frontiers of Arabia. (2) Petroleum Concessions Limited's interests in Qatar. (3) Khor al Odaid and Abu ...

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    the interests of the Sheikhs or by impairing their/ 7090 Wt 41703/86 10,000 3.38 ...

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    in the establishment of a fixed and agreed Frontier between Saudi Arabia and the territories of the Sheikh of Abu ...

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    feel compelled to acquiesce in further encroach* ment against the territories of the Trucial Sheikhs ... and the fixation of a definite limit to Ibn ‘ Saud's encroachment against the Trucial Sheikhs by the cession ... It would be necessary to secure the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi's acquiescence in the transfer of this territory ...

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    that the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi had been paid a large sum for his complaisance and it would be impossible in future for His Majesty's Government to obtaii anything from the Sheikhs without paying an exorbitant sum for it. ... for the Trucial Sheikhs against Ibn Saud's encroachment or any alteration in Ibn Saud's attitude towards events ...

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    as His Majesty < s Crovernment have given to Kuwait and qatar (vide last sentence of tneir paragraph ll), ...

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    that they attach ao ao -u C b importance to him that they are prepared to go hack on their declarations to the Sheikh or to tiring pressure to bear on one of their ions to the prct^gos to make concessions i s in respect of territory which they have themselves guaranteed to him. It seems to , e of prime ...

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    Majesty’s Govern ment will ensure that a similar policy of abstention is observed from the Qatar side. 2. ... to organise a visit to the Qatar boundary for this purpose.. , 5 I am sending copies of this despatch ...

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    after the conclusion of a definite agreement with Qatar in respect of the delimitation of the frontiers, ... that Qatar undertakes to prevent the oil company in their territory from crossing the maximum limit, ... of the text of tha t agree and Qatar fa 1 within the territories of Hi Ij! '' 1 - G hufar, Oman, Abu Dhab ...

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    be authorised to take up tne question of the cession by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi of a strip of territory ... the question of the cession by the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi of a strip of territory in the Persian Gulf known ...

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    -.TiiSS PAKAGRaPH / &> ' ^'0 5“ ~u x; You may have seen by this time a copy of a long official letter dated 1 st July from the Foreign Office about the possibility of ceding to Ibn Saud certain territory adjoining the Khor-al- Odeid, which at present belongs to the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi. In paragraph 12 ...

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    /y£ The proposal in the F.O. letter is that we should try to persuade the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi ... of a money payment (if it i, s necessary to offer this) ^ Tne F.O. further propose that, if the Sheikh should ... to the Sheikh to j recognise the place as his, and not to let anyone else occupy it. The text and context ...

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    Saud himself. Of course, the F.O. may say that this question does not arise until we have tried out their first alternative of persuading the Sheikh. Their letter, however, does not dispose of the formidable objections felt by the Resident and the 0. of I, even to this course. f ~ tst In 4 jf Cn* / » t /uJ ...

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    s Government could not place them m one nf flip pnlnnifts thev were so proud of.” 4. From paragraph 3 of Jedda ... pai f a Arab country to give it to the Jews, which is what he considers partition amounts to. Sheikh ...

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    Calvert on the included in the Qatar oiUonceTs^on 6 “ aSSUranCe that Jabal Nakhsh was not frontier and! ... that Jabei JNaknsn was not covered by the Qatar concession. ^ ullard controverts the arguments advanced ...

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    belongs to the Sheikh of Abu Dhabi# 2# Lord Halifax fully realizes that the grant to Ibn Baud of access ...

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