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    Symon, Many thanks for sending over the print of the summary of treaties, etc., entered into between ...

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    will give particulars of the treaties entered into between His Majesty’s Government and the Arab states ...

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    for India, whether he will give particulars of the treaties entered into "between His Majesty 1 s Government ... to Mr. Bay’s Question Ho. 4 dated 15th March, 1937. Parciculars of the treaties in question are contained in Volume XI of Aitchison’s Collection of Treaties, a copy of which is in the Library of the House. ...

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    Minut e. The answer to Mr.Day’s question is comparatively simple except for one point. The treaties with the Persian Gulf Rulers are included in Vol.XI of Aitchison’s Treaties, together with a precis of them. A copy ... it is not a treaty and so, strictly speaking, it need not be included in the answer to the first part of Mr.Day’s ...

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    Draft Paper. © political Department. DRAFT REPLY. Particulars of the treaties in question are contained in Vol.XI of Aitchison’s Collection of Treaties, a copy of which is in the Library*/^ A.s regards the second part of the question, the extent to which H.M.G. would Tfto.¥'e employ armed forces to fulfil ...

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    ( m/ v°) o. 77 dated 3rd I^Gbruary, 1937 . la'. uo.j f - To ask the Under Secretary of State for India, whether ne '//ill give the number of treaty engagements under wnich His majesty's Government ... 1937. fne .irab etates of koweit, Bahrein, Qatar and the xiucial Coast are in treaty relations with His ...

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    of treaty engagements under which His Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom have undertaken liabilities ...

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    W*j*r*y> treaty relations with H.M.G., under which they enjoy, in varying degrees, His Majesty’s ... ft 9 * A ^ ^ Note for hr. Butler . Muscat does not fall into this category - we have no treaty ...

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    . 246 (of September 30th) and 295 (of the 28th October: Treaty relations of His Majesty’s Government with Arab Sheikhs). Treaties have never been registered with League of Nations, and it is not the practice to register treaties concluded before formation of League, I agree as to ob jection to referring Minister ...

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    1 m \ ) « .» ' • 2, 5. Inclusion in list of Bahrein treaty seems essential in order to avoid possible misunderstandings. It is desirable to avoid further controversy, but this might be achieved by friendly informal explanation. Repeated to Bushire 'do. 34 and India No. 40. ...

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    of treaty negotiations now or in the future and we shall consider ourselves free to take what steps we ...

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    bring him to reason. I believe that Persian Government are still genuinely anxious for a treaty ...

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    The treaties with the rulers of the Arab Littoral of the Persian Gulf which were communicated to the idshciraR ... to communicating the treaties to the Persians 1 or discussing our position on the Arab Littoral at all with them. ... of the various Arab rulers, and it is indeed one of the objects of our treaty negotiations to persuade them to do ...

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    the Commercial Treaty of 1891 and the Exclusive Agreement of 1891 with the Sultan of Muscat, the Agreement of 1899 with the Sheikh of Koweit, the treaty of 1916 with the Sheikh of Qatar and the Exclusive Agreement of 1892 with the Sheikh of Bahrein. It is arguable that we might also communicate the treaties of 1820 ...

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    treaties with the Arab Sheikhdoms to the Persians. We are, however, of opinion that the L ^ balance ... of Foreign Affairs) copies of the following:- (1) Muscat . Gommercial Treaty of 1891. Exclusive Agreement ...

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    communicated to the Persian Grovernment by Parr in September, 1928. (3) Qatar . The treaty of 1916. (4) Koweit ... important documents and not a complete set of our treaties with the rulers concerned. 4. We have carefully ...

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    Draft Paper Department or that the Sheikh is not in independent treaty relations with H.M.Gk, and we feel that to omit the Bahrein treaty from a set of treaties such as the present might be liable ... of the treaties. 5. I am sending a copy of this letter to Seal at the Admiralty. J. G. LAITHWAITE. £ fuu -PC— , w-e ...

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    that trucial coast treaties of 1892 were officially conmunioated to the Persian Government in 1928 (see Tehran ... to the Persian Government credentials for acting on behalf of the Sheikhs. Text of treaties are our credentials ...

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    not to place in the hands of Persian Government oopies ■ theso treaties or other information about our relations vr.th Sheikhs of Arab littoral, if, however, to avoid giving Persian Government oopies of treaties ... to endeavour to obtain treaty oolleotion) oolleot (eio),/existence of which has been hinted at, i admit ...

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    48-.T. Your $ telegram of October 3rd, No.843, fir*t paragraph, tollcwing is list of treatie ... 1892, with Sheik of Bahrein. D ; Treaty of November 3rd, 1916, with Sheik of q&tar. e, Muscat treaty ...

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    of what treaties were communicated to the Italian Government and I should like, if there is no objection, list of them. Second paragraph, I beg that a list of any treaties to be given to the Persian Government may ...

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    confirm therein, namely, that the two treaties between His Britannic Vajesty's Government ...

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    stated that the tw treaties between Hie Brltaanie H«J«ty* (Jovernnant and the Sultan of Muscat *nd Oman ...

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    stated* Quite rightly» that * *}&*$$&%¥*& i^OTern»ent and the oowernaent of India are in •treaty relation® ... f in treaty relation with the ultan of Mn e^t, hut our treaties do not fctate that we are to conduct hi ...

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    A I ifk SUBJECT. Persian Gulf. Italian comment on copies of treaties and agreements between H.M.Government ... December, 1931, No.916, on P.Z.7933/31) a memorandum summarising the situation in regard to our treaty ...

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    rnaammmmam Government. This is, of course, incorrect, the Sultan being in a different category frcm the other Arab rulers and having treaties of his own with the United States and France and a commercial ... to be represented at, or conclude a treaty of friendship with, Muscat: but the risk cannot be overlooked. 3* ...

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    (3) Agreement of the 13th March, 1892, with the Sheikh of Bahrein; (4) Treaty of the 3rd Hovember, 1916, with the Sheikh of &1-Katr, In which agreements or treaties the aforementioned Sultana assumed, ...

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    in their relations with foreign States* (6) Treaty of Friendship, Oo«Merce and Navigation ... not tocede, sell, mortgage or subject to occupation any part of hie territories. 2* The two latter treaties ... 1 ermbaasy for their courteous communication of the said treaties, have the honour to state that the Royal ...

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    communication to the Xtal.ian Government the texts of the following treaty ■orovia^ona.. whloh govern ... the treaty of Vr^c^m concluded between r,1 urkey and Persia on the 31st May 184”. (bj The text ... tn this aspect of the general cucistl on, I think that they may bo interested to learn the treaty ...

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    Government that negotiating tcmr.orarilsr B iao^nded uoon the terminal or- of Bis* Hobart Olivo’s appointment, but th«t His Majesty-s Government *iil be glad to f»irnisli the Italian Government the text ol amy treaty ^hieii may eventually bo signed aa a result of any resumed negotiations* X arr t , with great ...

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    and uoveraor-ueneral of India# Thia treaty was ratified by the Vioeroy and Goveniox^- Gencral of India in Council ...

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    Eighneee md the powere having Treaty relations with i ueoet, and to which Qreat Britain shell b© ...

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    be in Treaty relatione* including Great Britain, which mutot be a eeneentiaf party* thereby the r^aid i ts? ... rd* nothing contained In thi# Treaty afcall be undoretood »o aft to exempt British reeident# frore ... exercise of all article 21 The etipwlatleaa of the preeent treaty ehali be appl ioable to all the Colonic# ...

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    Article Aft^r of twelve ?e&r« frosi the date on which the Treaty ahall came into forco* end on twelve month** notice given by either party, thi* Treaty ehall he subject to revlelon by i!an ... to the exchange of . ratifications of the Treaty aigned at i usoat on the 19th larch, 1^91, between Her kajeety ...

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    V •• • •« r > 21)CO j 38043/32 -r O •..* «- 23 4. 32, IrfaM^-A, 23 April, 1932. - 2.aO'' i ./f A ^ With reference to Rendel’s letter to you U.1127/77/34 of the 9th April regarding the Italian Government’s request for information about our treaties in the Persian Gulf, I enclose a copy of a letter which I have sent to Rendel ...

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    I <3 98043/32 Downing street, 23 April ,1932* With refenpncs to your letter 5.1127/7 54 of the 9th April A regardin t the Italian Government’s request for information about our treaties in the Persian Gulf, we concur in the ter s of the draft despatch to Rome enclosed therein. X ar, sending a copy ...

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    of the Italian Government for information concerning our treaty position in the Persian Gulf, I enclose herein ... included in this draft a brief reference to the treaty position in the 3 r.a^t el- 'Arab, and have added the Treaty of Erzerum and the Turco- Persian Frontier protocol of 1913 to the list of texts ...

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    with the Sheikh of Koweit 3* EitcluaiTe Agreement dated the 12th Inarch 1*392 with the Sheikh of Bahrein. 4. Treaty of the 3rd November 1916 with the Sheikh of kl-Katr. 5. Treaty of Jfriendahip, Commerce and Navigation, dated the 19th i,larch, 1891, with the Sultan of Muscat. 6. Agreement regarding the Cession ...

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    for simultaneous communication to the Italian Government the texts of the following treaty provisions, which govern ... the Treaty of Erzerum concluded between Turkey and Persia on the 31st May 1847. (b) The text ...

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    be interested to learn the treaty position in the Shatt-el-Arah, the waters of which will probably be visited ... general treaty with iereia, I shall be glad if you will inform the Italian Government that negotiations ... Majesty's Government will be glad to furnish the Italian Government with the text of any treaty which may ...

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    Italian Governments request for copieg of treaties with Arab rulers ; Please see P.Z.7933/31, ... the treaty being negotiated between Great Britain and Persia, and also ask that, as they have no information ... Office letter to promise the Italian Goverrment the text of any treaty which we may conclude with Persia. ...

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    the El Katr Treaty of 1916 and the Muscat Treaty and Agreement as to cession of territory of 1391. The Italians might be informed that these are the main treaties dealing with the external relations of the States. Signor Grandi might also be informed that British rights in the Persian Gulf and on the coast rest ...

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    of the Persian Gulf, and also, in due course, with the text of the Anglo-persian general treaty which they understand is now in process of negotiation. 3. With regard to the proposed General treaty with Persia, Sir ... the Italian Government with the text of any treaty which may be signed as a result of these negotiations when ...

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    are in treaty relations with the rulers of the territories along the Arabian littoral of the Persian Gulf, ... their recognition by Persia as part of a general treaty settlement. The visit of a Persian warship to an Arab port ...

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    ruling family, with whom, as independent rulers, His Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom and the Government of India have been in treaty relations for over a century. Similarly, the Persian Government have ... in the United Kingdom have offered, as part of a general treaty settlement with Persia, to renounce their rights ...

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    .• r CONFIDENTIAL. INDIA OFFICE B. 409._ P. 5393/28 A P PEN DIN. Precis of the Treaties and Engagements between the British Government and the Chiefs of the Arabian Coast of the Persian Gulf. KOWEIT. (a) Agreement dated 23rd January 1899 —The Sheikh pledged himself and his neirs and successors ...

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    Do., p. 188. BAHREIN. (a) In 1820 the Ruler of Bahrein subscribed to the general treaty with the Arab ... of Bahrein to this treaty gave the British Government a formal right to intervene, as it did in 1863, between ... on behalf of himself and his heirs and successors a “perpetual treaty of peace and friendship ...

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    for the conclusion of a Treaty signed on 3rd November 1916 after the Turks had finally been expelled from El-Katr in the course of the war. In this treaty the Sheikh takes note of, undertakes the obligations a resulting from, ... treaty (see Bahrein (a)) prescribing perpetual abstention from plunder and piracy by land and sea. ...

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    the consent of His Majesty’s Government. (ii) Treaties with other Powers. (a) In 1833 the Sultan concluded a Treaty of Amity and Commerce with the United States of America providing for perpetual peace, ... charges, and appointment of consuls. (b) In 1844 a Treaty of Commerce was concluded with France in terms ...

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    Article 6 of the Treaty of Jeddah (.1927) runs as follows :— “His Majesty the King of the Hedjaz ... of Koweit and Bahrein, and with the Sheikhs of Qatar and the Oman Coast, who are in special treaty relations ... copies of the treaties given to Turkey in 1911, together with the El Katr treaty of 1910, and a complete ...

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