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    Under Secretary V 3^ M.P.V Bis Qasim al Thami, the SheiWi of Qatar, and Salaman Bin fhmad al Khalifah, ... was signed on the 24th June, 1944, between the Rulers of Bahrein and Qatar agreeing to the restoration of friendly relations between themselves, the Sheitfi of Qatar on his part undertaking "that Zubarah ...

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    The Sheilc of Bahrein continues to harp on his rights in Zubarah and in a letter to the SheikKof Qatar he ... thing which appears to rankle in Sheik Salaraan's mind is the tower erected by the Sheik* of Qatar. Its ...

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    of Qatar was not observing the agreement in that the tower built by the latter at Zubarah prior ... shaikhs regarding the meaning of the phrase "the Ruler of Qatar undertakes that Zubarah will remain ...

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    '67** Please see the submissions/at 3st, 3107 4172/44 regarding the perennial dispute the Sheikhs ... it worthwhile mentioning to me how deeply the Sheikh of Bahrein feels on this subject. Apparently ... Hardly a week passes -without the Sheikh mentioning the subject to Mr. Belgrave. There is nothing so far ...

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    a in-Qatar relations, 2. It appears from comBunication recently received from Political Resident that India ...

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    and we have no reason at all to suppose that the Sheikh of Bahrein would he likely to agree to their incorporation in Qatar, It is true that an Agreement for the restoration of friendly relations was signed between the Sheikhs of Qatar and Bahrein last June, hut this did not go into any details, and as far ...

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    rumours of smuggling of arms, quota goods and slaves throtigh the Qatar Peninsula. Proof was difficult"to ... for the settlement Of the long outstanding dispute between the Rulers of Bahrain ahd Qatar"over the question of Zubarah. J. Vw . - V, __ Vr -'-Vj -L- JL 't." The Ruler of Qatar"v/as oh several" occasions"warned ...

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    1 < vKi'? t -+ )aU 'P e s y s . t ' era o;f; ’ rationing shortly. wide publicity nas been given ... the population of Qatar went short. ■ -r ^ ^ ,7 he Ruler °f Qatar has therefore been informed tnat in order ... Political Agency, Bahr'iS would be introduced in Qatar, that it is propose.^ tnat a representative ...

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    visit of 3^ hours he touched lightly on the-question of the Shaikh of Qatar's fort at Zubarah. ... but he does not like the idea of doing so under the eyes of the representatives of the Shaikh of Qatar ...

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    that the Shaikh of Qatar would ever agree to such a course. The Political Agent has informed His Highness that he will do his best to persuade the Shaikh of Qatar to withdraw the garrison from the fort and possibly to restore some of the arms which he acquired during the troub3 *-=\of 1936. This could be done without"' ue ...

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    / v u,s.s. /7*K HLease see submission at Jxt. 3107/^ regarding the restoration of friendly relations between tne oiieimctis oj. regarding the j 7/ he SlieiMis of //^ Bahrein and Qatar* A letter has ... agreement and letters exchanged Detween the Political Agon c. ? Balirein, and II*II* the Sheikh, together ...

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    ICxt, M 7 2/Mu DRAPT laTTEPw The Hon. tJie Political Resident in the Persian G-ulf, Busliire. 1 6 OCT W44f Sir I am directed try the Secretary of State to refer to your letter of the 22fth Atfgust, No. C/177, regarding the agreement beir.Teen H.H. tlie SheiMi of Bahrein and the Sheikh of Qatar. you ...

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    £GREaMSNT The Ruler of Bahrain and Ruler of Qatar agree to the As restoration of friendly relations ... of the Ruler of Qatar. This agreement does not affect the agreement with the Oil Company operating in Qatar ... of the original agreement which was signed by His Excellency the Shaikh of Qatar in my presence on June l?th ...

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    of the friendly relations which had existed between Bahrain and Qatar prior to the unfortunate troubles of 1936. ... and the other to His r.xrolloncy the Shaikh of Qatar* . Permit me at this moment to congratulate Your Highness ...

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    wandering from my subject and had better stop* The succession in Qatar may give some trouble I am sending ...

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    of the principal merchants of the place. The Shaikh^of . u atar has a house of his own at Doha but It has not been ... would then ha ve a full and free discussion .of this difficult subject. Shaikh Hamad the second son ... in the immediate future of such a troublesome person as Shaikh Hamad. lifter conversing for the matter -of an hour ...

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    and Baleh bin iiana the confidant 1 and man-of-affairs of the Shaikh of Qatar were present at lunch. After ... • c y b o_ reaching a decision was to endeavour to get the Shaiij-/,j. Qatar ,o approve a suggested agreement, a copy of ■-q e^cicse, .hiich nad been drafted personally b ■ Shaikh /o.l arf oLLid sent to Qatar ...

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    and would not affix the seal. Saleh bin ana having no al ter native re tunned to tj^e mhailih of. ^atar ... morning until he himself reopened the subject. We made it^ clear to him .hat we had no intention of ... the Shaikh by the Shaikh of Qatar to go to shaikh proposed agreement, and instruct him to affix ...

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    i the interests of the Ruler of Qatar. aGr T C? JUl:^ 17TK 1944. The Huler of Bahrain and Ruler of ; atar agree to the restoration of friendly relations between them as tney were in the past. The Ruler of Qatar nudertaxes tmat ... anything that might harm the interest of the Ruler f Qatar. This agreement does not affect the agreement ...

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    be seen that the Sheikhs of Bahrein and Qatar have now agreed to the restoration of friendly relations ... of Major liickinbothaiTU The embargo on trade and travel to Qatar, imposed by the Sheikh of Bahrein, vdll ... did not exist in the past"* It is added that the Petroleum Concessions Ltd 1 s Agreement with Qatar ...

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    and received iSth June 1944. Zubarah. 4^'- i & w « >1 ) § 2. , On my visit to Qatar on June 17$h the Shaikh of Qatar informed me he wished to restore friendly relations between Qatar and Bahrain and handed to me the following signed draft agreement. Begins* The Ruler of Bahrain and the Ruler of Qatar agree ...

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    was conveyed to the Sheikh of Bahrein that considered he had no clear or important rights in Qatar. In 1337 & dispute broke out between the Haim and the Sheikh of Qatar resulting in hostilities in v/hich the Naim ... Bahrein and Qatar worse, and as a result the Sheikh of Bahrein placed an embargo on the passage through ...

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    still;* He then alluoec to conditions on the 1 racial Coast and in Qatar and the iact that they have been ...

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    would certainly h^ve taken place in Bahrain but had now gone to Qatar and Lubai, anc said ...

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    conveyed that some thing on those lines could tie arranged with Qatar too. I pointed out that if the Zubare ...

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    which states that shaikh Abdullah of Qatar has completely rejected the Zubarah claim. He further states ... in the blockade of Qatar, but that as these who trade with Qatar are mostly foreigners, he requests shaikh Hamad ...

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    quarrel that continues to divide Bahrain and Qatar and, according to a letter from Shaikh Said to His ... as a poor fish and the Shaikh of Qatar has an equally low opinion of him. Said went to Qatar and wrote to the Shaikh of Bahrain that he would address him again after talking over the matter with the Shaikh of Qatar ...

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    COPY. / JO*- (E 7593/7593/91). No. 2607/1177/10. British Legation Jedda, Saudi Arabia October 28th, 1939 My dear Baxter, You will remember the friendly interest that Ibn Saud takes in the Zubara dispute between Bahrain and Qatar, This is mentioned in my despatch No. 18 (222/469/3) dated February 1st, 1938. ...

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    the haikh oC Qatar end the Nairu ;«\iad Bey received a telegram from Bali rain which apparently reported ...

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    N0.735-S, dated the 22nd October 1937, reporting a reference in a recent broadcast from Rome to the Shaikh of Kuwait’s attempt to mediate between the Rulers of Bahrain and Qatar, 2. I enclose a copy of the marginally noted demi-official letters from Hickinbotham @ and de Gaury, The latter’s information tends ...

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    to intervene as a mediator between Bahrain and Qatar. In fact the possibility of the Shaikh of Kuwait coming ...

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    under reference, anti ere, flrrciy, t'n^ s»uB^tlon the-, t ; ub^ran is p&rt of the territory conce ssion for uiiich ti&g Wen gruated to tries cy the Sh&ikli of Qatar in the terras of the ' atar ... the concession for which h&s already been granted to thes fey the gh^ikh of Qatar• T>iey Wse tneir assumption os ...

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    pi&oe bet -HBen fils Highness atu^xich Sir Beeiad bin f Iaa si Khali;’sh # C«S«X* # Uid brother Sheikh ... For easy reference I .uot^ fro® paragraph S of the letter Mentioned aboves- n \&) Bis Highness the Sheikh ...

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    at the end of June negotiations finally broke dov/n. The Sheikh of Qatar, alleging that the Haim had broken ... a small number of casualties had been sustained by both sides, they surrendered. The Sheikh of Qatar has ordered them to surrender their arms and told them that they are free to remain in Qatar under his rule ...

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    (S.fl.O.f.G. i the Sheikh of Qatar outwitted them hyjbhe speed with which he defeated the Nairn. They are also very incensed that the Haim should have put up such a poor fight and now show no inclination to emigrate to Bahrain. Though Zuoarah is a poor place in itself having only a ruined mud fort and some ...

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    and there appear© to imve been a minor engagement between tl\a shaikh of Qatar 1 o troops and a small party ... they ©ent representatives to the Shaikh of Qatar and sued for peace* The Shaikh of ^atar obtained a document ...

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    3, Shaikh Eashld bin Mohaaoad of the Kaim to the elXect tfet they would oboerve tiie laws of Qatar while they remained in the State arid that in the event of their desiring to leave the State of Qatar ... Highness the Sheikh* The Sheikh asked for written permission tc allow the Haim to come to Balxraln ...

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    and stated general Xy ae 3aad been i^ecorded above* It a^j-eare that the Sheikh of Cater did not intend ... land* Sheikh Baahid bin 2 ohammad of the Bairn stated that they wore not suffering any hardship from the sheikh of ^atar and in fact as soon as he had signed the above mentioned truce with the Sheikh of da tar ...

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    a oofammioation from Ma, the Qatar representatives were reoulrod to remain in Bahrain* On Wednesday the £3rd June a reply tms received from the Shaikh of Q.atar to the effect tMt he would be willing for the meeting ...

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    Senior Naval Officer, copy by mail to Bahrain and Zubara* Sheikh Rashid of Eaim has entered into agreement with the Euler of Qatar to obey him as long as he resides at Qatar* 2 C This closes the dispute between the Sheikhs of Qatar and Naim* i gM**'- IfeiPt. : 54JUL1937 INDIA OFFICE ...

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    (E 4062/2382/91) f“ f ’ / ‘ l , / _/ • t j 4630 { ‘kiz & FOREIGN OFFICE, 3.11.1. 15th July, 193V. * K A- (V® tt** 1 ,4 f.J.^ Iwrt 1 1 () My dear Clauson, V/i th reference to your letter P. Z. 4478/37 of the 10th July about the Sheikh of Bahrain 1 s claim to Zubara and sovereignty over the Naim tribe we ...

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    might imply that we recognised any claim by the Sheikh of Bahrain on the mainland for the reason, apart from anything else, that if the Sheikh made good claims on the mainland v/e should greatly weaken our case for maintaining the integrity of the Qatar peninsula against Ibn Saud. 4, Incidentally the Article ...

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    submitted to Sheikh of Qatar* A few Naim refugees have been arriving* Otherwise so far N 0 have shown no inclination to take refuge in Bahrain* (o) Sheikh of Bahrain has withdrawn special privilege transit due rate ... is as follows c (a) Although there is a good deal of local feeling, from Sheikh downward, in sympathy with Naim ...

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    to be taken in respect of the Sheikh of Bahrein’s representations regarding the action being taken by the Sheikh of Qatar against the Naim tribe at proposed m those notes, bat in the meantime we have received ... Trenchard Fowle reports a farther communication from • the Sheikh of Bahrein and suggests a revised reply ...

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    In point of fact, we do not want to intervene at Zubarah, and we are of opinion that it is undoubtedly within the Sheikh of Qatar’s dominions. It seems necessary, therefore, to reply frankly to the Sheikh of Bahrein on these lines. A draft telegram, which it is hoped shows clearly what the Department ...

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    Draft Paper. Department. / / ' s intervene bet?;een Sheikh of Qatar and ✓ ✓ Naira tribe. s s * S 3. If Government of India agree, ^ / / and unless you see objection, you ✓ ^ ✓ should rerjly to Sheikh on these f Ss s s ge leral lines, actual terms of co muni cat ion are of course left to your discretion^ If., 1 ...

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    V No.208 of 1875. To Sheikh Esau bin Ali, Chief of Bahrain, dated 25th Ruheenl Annee 1292 3ist May 1875. Under orders of His Excellency the Viceroy and Governor-General of India in Council I have the honour to again call your attention to the correspondence on the subject of your interference ...

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    From Sheikh Esau "bin All A1 Khalifah, Chief of Bahrain, To Lieut .Colonel E.C.Boss, ' H.B.M.'s Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, Dated 14th June 1875. After greetings, Let it be known to you that your esteemed letter of the 31st May 1875, favoured by Captain Fraser, your Assistant, has reached us ...

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    That these matters may he made manifest to you we have sent our brother, Sheikh Ahmed bin Ali to you on s visit. We consider him as ourself in all things and he will explain to you certain of our wants and wishes for the information of Government. We trust you will always continue to be favourably ...

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    telegram 1552, 6th July* Sheikh of Bahrain lias now enquired (a) by whom and (b) when his claim to Zubarah will be considered* Sheikh is desirous of consulting London solicitors and briefing counsel in London* ... competent authority is His Majesty’s Government* 3* Regarding (b)* It is obvious from way Sheikh’s mind ...

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