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    Treaty Engagements. There never has been a definite British draft article on this subject. Annexed hereto ... into force of the present treaty, and of the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation also signed this day, between the High Contracting Parties, the following treaties, conventions and agree ments between the two High ...

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    as a subsequent modification of the 1903 Convention). 3. With regard to the 1841 Treaty the decision was reached ... an agreement “ in place of the 1882 convention.” If this convention can be mentioned once in the treaty, it can ... deadlock, the Foreign Office, after a careful review of the existing treaty instruments, came ...

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    to the abrogation of the treaty engagements involved. 12. When the issues to be dealt with in this article were originally considered, it was supposed that the conclusion of the new commercial treaty would precede that of the general treaty. As this is no longer a practical possibility, it will be necessary to make special ...

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    of 28th Octoher, No. E.6014/1329/34, about the provisional draft of the general Treaty instructions ... to Hoare enclosed in Foreign Office letter of 30th November and in the provisional draft of the Treaty ... and with the draft Treaty provisions. G.W, Rendel, Esq., C.M.G., Foreign Office, \ ...

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    (&) Paragraph Wa concur in this paragraph on the assumption that it is agreed taut our rights at Basidu shall be surrendered as part of a satisfactory general Treaty settlement, and that H.HhG. ... state for Inala agrees , is made. 4. Articles of Treaty . (I comment on those only on which any specific ...

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    and Persia over individual provisions of the Treaty so far as possible, and secondly, having regard ...

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    4 claim to Bahrein which we are anxious to secure in the Treaty, for sweetening the pill if we can. Further, if Article I and the Notes appended thereto are, as we understand, sufficient to establish beyond ... of in a separate article of the treaty. Accordingly after balancing tne considerations carefully we should prefer ...

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    of the War and post-War Debt, in return for a satisfactory treaty settlement. He agrees with the suggestion ...

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    5 . The Residency. In the light of your letter No. £.5451/1329/34 dated 13th November and ox the Government of India's views, we agree that toe question snoula, if possible, be allowed to urop and that Hoare should not, be required to endeavour to obtain either a fresh treaty article aoout ...

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    of the 7th October, P.Z. negotiationSc (a) Vfe agree to drop Resij^ncy question from proposed Treaty; (b) We ... until passing^f Indian Navy Bill; Id) As regards (? lapsed) treaties, we concur in view expressed ...

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    to a virtual undertaking on the part of His Majesty’s Government that there are no treaties or agreements between the two Governments, included before 1928, which have remained unabrogated by the new treaty ... would be created by the discovery at some date after the conclusion of the general treaty of a forgotten ...

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    of the negotiations, other than the 1841 Treaty (in so far as it may be held to affect the Bushire Residency) ...

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    appreciably improve the prospects of a siisfactory and comprehensive treaty settlement. 6 . The Secretary ... at the date of the signature of the treaty. Mr. Hoare might be authorised to propose to the Persian Government ... will no longer be in force after the entry into force "of the present treaty.” 7 ...

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    or as in any way impairing the validity of any part of the treaty signed this day* The answer would be that His ...

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    would object to mention of Slavery Convention in the treaty itself and v/ould have preferred not to mention it m the protocol and only did so with a view to meeting- wishes of Kis Majesty's Governments ’Vith regard to actual text of Article III (his) I suggest following text;- "Les Hautes Parties ...

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    Enclosure No.5 Draft exchange of Wotea relative to the validity ot treaties* From the Minister for Foreign Affairs To His Majesty’s Minister. Monsieur le Miniatre* With regard to Article « of the Treaty ... for Foreign Affairs all treaties and agreements between our two Governments which are in any way contrary ...

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    the situation created by the two treaties. I shall be glad to learn from Your Highness (Excellency) that the views and intentions of the British Government are the same as those which I have expressed above. From His Majesty’s Minister To The Minister for Foreign Affairs. Monsieur le Ministre, I have the honour ...

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    probability you will ty ve realieeu; * tacy ao not proving with ©ufiicient exactitude for the eituotion which would be created by the discovery, et soaie date after the conclusion of the General Treaty, of a forgotten agreement of actual iispor- t&noG* Such phrases as “the revision of our ‘"oiutual rel&tiems”, “the ...

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    than the 1841 Treaty - (in eo far a ft It R&y be held to affect the Bushlre Hesidency) ... Government have recently agreed that the 1841 Treaty may if necessary be left out of account in any enumera ... s on the other hand, be definitely covered in the proposed general treaty article© Subject to that condition, ...

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    T.lnding at the date of the signature of the treaty* Hi$ Majesty*© Government* howver* are not prepared ... of the signature of the treaty* The relevant instrument© should be abrogated 9 not on the date of signature of the treaty* but on its entry into force® A poesible solution might be to state that ‘'The High Contmcting ...

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    the entry into "force of the present treaty"* 11* I request therefore that ;'ou will thoroughly explore ...

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    of State. W.f. 2^ kj Persian Negotiations . Question of abrogation of existing Treaties. Copy ... the Treaties in question will only ' cease to be binding on the signature of the ITreaty, and the Foreign ... that the same point arose quite recently in connection with the draft Treaty Article about Slavery, in the case ...

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    of the status quo or as in any way impairing the validity of any part of the treaty signed this day* The answer ...

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    3.* would object to mention of Slavery Convention in the treaty itself and would have preferred not to mention it in the protocol and only did so with a view to meeting wishes of His Majesty 5 s Governments With regard to actual text of Article III (his) I suggest following text:- "Les Hautes Parties Contractants ...

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    Until the general treaty is concluded, the firman may conceivably prove useful as a legal justification ... of the general treaty would be out of the question for the reasons which . ou have indictaed. ...

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    with the rinlster of court on t)K? ^uootion of th«t crtlcle in the proposed / nglo-rersicn nanarol treaty vhioh le to do©! with the abrogation of treaties» convention!) tnd agrocmcnte concluded before 1928j and you ... to this question is mainly governed by the following consideration. if there is a Treaty article stating thrt ...

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    are treaties which involve continuing obligations which are still operative. Still, it eecma clear ...

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    Yifhtch T&lght ev^ntufflly be tho ccu&e of* oorlouo dlsput&s* **♦ JT3.8 Kr>jesty 9 s Oov^mmo^t, thorefore* are strongly of* opinion that the proponed Treaty article should teke some such foi'd as the followings** ‘’From the date or the entry into M force of the present Treaty, and of the Treaty of ^omwerce ...

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    by the proposed article now under consideration are ti e istee Treaty of 1357, the Slavery Convention of 188S ... comnercial Treaty of the ^8th October, 1841, the attitude of Hie Majesty's Government was fully set forth ... it desirable, to the f*ct that this treaty had never been formally abrogated, s explained in that despatch, ...

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    observations regarding the \rias Traffic virraon of 1697. until the general treaty is concluded, the fii^man ... to their notice, and to appeal to its provisions after the conclusion of the general treaty would be out ...

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    been reached on the relevant article of the Treaty, You should not youafcself refer to the position ...

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    Hoare’s despatch of the 13th February (immediately below) regarding the question whether in the Treaty Article abrogating previous treaties these treaties should be named or merely referred to en bloc as "all treaties before such and such a date". The point, from a common sense point of view, seems to be one ...

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    of the Treaty and Eastern Departments. The only practical point in which it seems desirable to take an interest ... that the Commercial Treaty of 1841 would really be of very little use if it came to a question of trying to irast ... of innocence) go on to say that the question whether the 1841 Treaty need be mentioned or not in the abrogation ...

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    of existing treaties with Persia. 2. Sir Samuel Hoare has no . . observations to offer upon the terms ... to the future of the Residency; and .whether the treaty is regarded as having lapsed or is expressly abrogated,I ...

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    of the 1841 Treaty in pressing for the retention of the Residency, yet a formal abrogatinn of it is another ...

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    Tehran re^ar ing the abrogation of existing treaties with ^ersia. 2. Mr. Thomas would suggest ... in the dominions are also concerned in the abrogation of certain existing treaties p*v £ Xtc with Tersia"; ...

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    Jovornraents cannot be settled until agreement has been reached on the relevant article of the Treaty. You ...

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    Majesty 1 s Minister at Tehran regarding the proposed abrogation of existing treaties with Persia, I am ...

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    of that article in the proposed ^/jlo-leralan general treaty which ia to deal with the abrogation of treaties ... consideration* If th .1 rc is a Treaty article stating that Treaties H and C* and Conventions J ana K* ...

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    % . to tho intention of both p«irtiea to the Treaty* IS or. tho other hand, there is a Treaty article »t*ting that air’^Treatiee, Conventions tnd ^rooments oonolwdod betv/een the two parties before a i oertain date arc abrogated, it ie difficult to be sure that the result will, in fact, corres pond ...

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    change* by a now agreer.ont* Th^ only treaties which * could be affected by a general abrogation clause such aa that now under discussion are treaties which involve continuing which are still operativo* Still, ...

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    strongly of opiriion that the proposed Treaty article should take soma such form as the following:- rt tho date of tho exchange "of ratifications of the present Treaty, and "and Persia, tho following Treaties ...

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    filllflo 7* si* toguils the Anglo-porsiun ^oomcroial Treaty of tho £ 8 th Cotober 1843, ... that this treaty had never be *n formally abrogated* As explainer in that despatch, the present validity of the 1641 treaty is open to serious doubt, and I entirely shire the view expressed by you in paragraph ...

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    flyman of 1897. Until tho tfenoral treaty la concluded, tho Xirman may concoivatly prove useful as a lo^al Justifination lOi' the search of a iersian rossel for ar .s; hut as has already boon pointed out, ... to its provisions after the conclusion of the general treaty \x>uld h© out of the question for tho ...

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    ooBoernod in the abrogation of exietin^ treaties between this country ana xereia; sna as soon as a^xeeinent has been rouohda ?4th tr^ lorsian Jovommcnt vpon the form of the article in *hlch Hie najesty’s Jorcrnmont in the United jangden will abandon t?joir rights under the Tar Ions instruments to be abrogated, ...

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    treaties. This question was, as you will remember, originally to have formed the subject of article 4 in the Commercial Treaty, but was subsequently transferred to the General Treaty. At the time when negotiations were suspended it had not been given a number among the articles of this treaty, but the Minister for Foreign ...

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    2 treaty of 1857 securing most-favoured-nation treatment will be replaced by the Commercial Treaty ... by the Tariff Autonomy Treaty, the General Treaty and the Commercial Treaty. 9. The Arms Traffic Firman of 1897 ... ending in the conclusion of an article purporting to enumerate all former treaties have taken place ...