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    of the picture and the Shatt-el-Arab negotiations pending, the subject of treaty negotiations with us is likely ...

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    proposing negotiations on Gulf questions, and the Residency. 2. As regards the treaty question. It is iairly clear that Soheily was the man who was personally anxious to try to get some new treaty with us. Before ... and Under-Secretary of State, neither ot them has given any hint of a wish for treaty negotiations. It seems quite ...

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    by the Sheikh of Shargah who appealed to His Majesty’s Government, under his treaty relations with them, to take ...

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    Government and the Trucial Chiefs concerned, the latter, under their treaty engagements, are entitled ...

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    is authorised to suggest inserting either in the pronosed treaty of friendshin or some other future treaty ...

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    9 of the Anglo-Persian Treaty of 1857, we are entitled to most-favoured-nation treatment as regards the estah 1 ishment ... are at present getting more than our strict treaty rights. The article which the Minister has been authorised to suggest inserting in the proposed treaty of friendship or some other future treaty amounts ...

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    to prospective termination of Treaty of 1857 or for any other reason you may, subject to concurrence of Government of India suggest inclusion in new Treaty of Friendship or some other Treaty, as case may be, of article regarding Consular future matters similar to those contained in most recent commercial treaties ...

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    political Department. Please see P.Z. 1102/37. CKh Besides suggesting a new "Treaty oi friendship”, ... satisfactory. Article 9 of une 1857 Treaty prescribes most favoured nation treatment in regard to the establishment and recognition 0 - consuls. If a new Treaty of Friendship is concluded it will supersede the 1857 ...

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    If, however, this should prove impossible owing to prospective termination of Treaty of 1857 or for any other reason, you may suggest inclusion in new treaty of friendship or some other future treaty ...

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    to the attitude of the Persian authorities towards His Majesty’s Consular officers, to allow the Treaty of 1857 ... supersession of the Treaty of 1857 by a new treaty of friendship or for any other reason, you may, subject to your further observations, suggest the inclusion, either in the proposed treaty of friendship ...

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    the foliov.ing formula, hich ia taken from the Board of Trade’s standard draft commercial treaty on which all of the more recent general cormaorcial trer ties between the United ingdom and other countries are based; * It shall be free to each of the High "Contracting P rties to a point consuls- "general, consuls, ...

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    of any other foreign country. This formula appears in commercial treaties dating back to 1821 and also appears in recent commercial treaties with Germany, Greece, Portugal, Roumania and Turkey, among many other countries. You will observe that unlike the Treaty of 1Q57 it provides specifically for reciprocal ...

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    £V Your telegram No. 19 tof the 5th February. PexSic.n proposal for treaty of friendship with His ... to know that His Majesty's Government would not in fact feel justified m signing treaty of friendship ... Majesty s Govern ment could not sign treaty unless the position in the Gulf were thus regularised, they do ...

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    of the conclusion of an Anglo -Persian treaty. This is a question which A. in recent years has generally been ... comprehensive treaty, and these negotiations were started about eight years ago. At that time our chief ... years time). Thus all H.M.G. stand to gain at the present time from a treaty with Persia^fapart from ...

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    be said that relations with Persia have really become considerably more friendly since the treaty ... in Persia In these circumstances, while any s' general treaty of friendship which the Persians may make ... of their way to secure such a treaty. The line which the Foreign Office propose to take is explained in Mr. ...

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    perhaps be borne in mind if there is any question of an Anglo-Persian treaty of friendship, and it might be pointed out at some appropriate s^age to the Persians that such a treaty could hardly be made unless ...

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    telegram No.19 about the suggested conclusion of an Anglo-Persian treaty of friendship. 2. We agree ...

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    V- er E 810/809/54 of the 8th February enclosing a copy of a telegram from Seymour at Tehran regarding the suggested conclusion of a treaty of friendship between His Majesty’s Government ... a treaty of friendship unless the Persian Government first recognised the special relations of His ...

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    But although His Majesty’s Government could not sign a treaty unless the position v/ere regularised ... of fact, the only advantage which we still derive from the 1857 Treaty seems to be its most-favoured-nation provisions, and as the -ersian Government will probably find it easy in practice to denounce this Treaty (the ...

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    ^of the 5th February: Persian proposal for treaty of friendship v/ith His Majesty’s Government/. ... not in fact feel justified in signing treaty of friendship unless the Persian Government first recognised ... to Bahrain# Tamb and Abu Musa* But although His Majesty’s Government could not sign treaty unless the position ...

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    of concluding new treaty. Rrom what he saia I anderstood that lain idea of Iranian government would be to secure a treaty of friendship in general terms. Un er~becrecary said they desired this raainly for reasons ... that relations with His Majesty’s Government should continue to be governed mainly by treaty of 1857 so much ...

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    c / 2 . 4. 'when the Minister for Foreign Affairs raises the matter of treaty I presume I should receive proposal sympathetically and ask him what line he has in mind for treaty, at the same time deprecating attempt to include too much. 5. Do you approve? I should he grateful ior early reply, addressed ...

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    bein c pursued I suggest taking line that the inclusion in proposed main treaty of an article similar to article 3 of Turkish treaty (ango ra ae snatch 411 of 193.3) ana to corresponding articles in other treaties would be sufficient. 3. Do you agree? No. Addressed to Secretary of State 20, repeated to Foreign, ...