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    The man travelled to the coast with Sheikh Ahmed*s messen^r one Ibn Malyus. When near to the Kuwait ... , ibn Malyus, the rebels released as soon as they knew he was the sheikh of Kuwait's messenger but Al ... and reported the condition of Al pabai. (3). In the meantime K.B. Mullah saleh the sheikhs Wazir by means best ...

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    of Sheikh Ahmed in the meanwhile. (7) . a month later ibn Malyus appeared once more in Kuwait bearing ...

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    ) then Sheikh Ahmads case is indeed a difficult one, for every one of his secrets will assuredly be conveyed ...

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    the overlordship of, if not absorption by, Ibn Saud or any other Arab who might then be powerful in the interior ... with the minimum of effort, secure that all matters of importance the Sheikh of Koweit shall follow their advice and, so long as they support the Sheikh and guarantee his independence, this fortunate situation may ...

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    to,and I shall try and see that it does not occur again. 3. About the Sheikhs visit to Riath, and your remarks thereon. I am afraid the Sheikh from the first never intended to discuss Blockade matters with Bin ... to that effect. The Sheikh I admit is being very difficult in this matter and it is not easy to make excuses ...

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    2 . 5. A curious thing also happened immediately after uhe Sheikhs return on 3rd April. A1 Nafiei ... was in a very baa way indeed just now. He Instanced the fact that the Sheikh had since hia return called ... by the hand of his son who had accompanied the Sheikhs party, to the effect that he Bin Saud sent his special ...

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    was extraordinarily well put and included everything I could possibly have thought of. Hence I offered no comments, ... surmise, hut I believe there is something in it. 3 # As regards your remarks about the Sheikh and the "Oir* ... that H.M.G. will probably decide to leave it to the Sheikh to insist on the Nationality Clause*’ or not as he ...

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    He of course Is a renegade*,’ and one of tthe worst anti British propagandists In the Oulf I consider. He more than anyone else stands for and advises the Sheikh to kick against our control and strike out a line for himself. 10. I saw ^ox of the A.P.O.G. last night, he tells m© he has received a wire ...

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    that King realised that alternatives (1) and (Ij)[email protected]© Impracticable and I informed him that Sheikh would ...

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    share of the Kuwait customs. Sheikh Yusaf Yasin subsequently stated that the King realised that the first two suggestions were impracticable, and the Sheikh of Kuwait, who has been consulted, has stated ... a compromise which would be acceptable to both parties. The Sheikh of Kuwait accepts this proposal and His ...

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    own customs dues on the entry of goods into Nejd, and the Sheikh of Kuwait would institute a system ...

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    the appearance of “trihute 1 *, and to which the Sheikh would he strongly opposed, hut wouId^vary from year to year according to the volume of trade, and it should he possible, therefore, for the Sheikh to accept ... informally of the existence of the claim put for- -ward by the Sheikh of Kuwait against Ihn Baud. ...

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    with the Sheikh, The latest information we have is that they are liicely to reach Tehran at the end of June, so ...

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    of the proposed commission would be ad referendum to King Ibn Saud and to the Sheikh of Koweit, and you should ...

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    proposed in paragraph 4 of Colonial Office letter of the 18th Kay regarding King the claims of the Sheikh ...

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    ascertain whether sheikh seriously intends to return to this contusion of claims# in regards Inane at time ...

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    to be placed upon the correspondence which passed between King Ibn Saud and the Sheikh of Kuwait in January ... ( both numbered 98048/32) of the 16th September and 11th October, the views advanced by the sheikh ...

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    the other hand, if there can he little doubt that, as contended by the Sheikh, the Arabic terms used can ... Simon would suggest that it would be more appropriate and more like- -ly ^ successful that the Sheikh ... The Sheikh could speak more authoritatively than Mr. Hope Gill on this question of the precise meaning ...

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    ± egarain* tne ciaiins of tne sheikh of Kuwait against ^iug lon .saud, ana to inform you that tne matter has ... of the sheikh's case appears to | aepena upon tne exact meaning of tne Arabic terms used ‘ihe honourable in hie ...

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    now* 7* The shaikh took *4 ifc him on each occasion the To 11 owl ng pe r so na: - UlSheikh Atdulia al ...

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    frontier. But he feels strongly at the same time that if the Sheikh wishes His Majesty’s Government to fight ... Hoare is inclined in these circumstances to think that the Sheikh should be informed that His Majesty’s ...

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    (making such merit as is possible of the Sheikh’s acting in doing so) in order to remove the obstacle ... that the Political Resident should be instructed at the outset of his communication to the Sheikh to remind Kis ... of the blockade question satisfactory to the sheikh. The proposed appointment of a Commission, which appears ...

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    in the Sheikh T s letter of l 6 th February 1'3>2. view to securing the appointment of the Blockade Commission the Sheikh would be well advised to drop the raid claims on which presumably there is virtually no prospect ... compromised by the Sheikh 1 s letter of loth February 1932 . He would therefore suggest that the Resident ...

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    to him. The serious delay which has taken place in advancing the matter now under discussion is to no small extent due (as the loliticnl Resident might be authorised to emphasize to the Sheikh) to the Sheikh's independent correspondence with Ibn Saud and to the difficulty ?/hich has been experienced ...

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    the Sheikh of Koweit and king Itm Saul on the subject of the Koweiti claims against Saudi s Arabia, I am ... is in general agreement with the views of Sir Samuel Hoare as regards the attitude of the Sheikh of Koweit ... on the true interpretation of the Sheikh’s letter of the 16th February, 1932, to king Ibn Saud, he feels ...

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    * to 'bring this home to the Sheikh. None the less, it seems provable that, if His Majesty # s Ogvernment were now to urge the Sheikh to drop the claims, he wopld decline to admit his share of the responsibility ... undesirable to risk giving the Sheikh a further grievance of this kind against His Majesty's Government ...

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    further, in Sir John Simon’s opinion, make it clear to the Sheikh thau he r nus t assume the s'ole ... will inevitably arise from a refusal on the part of the Sheikh to take a decision as between the * " 7 ~ -■■■ ... of the Sheikh of Koweit, and on the prosperity of his principality, and, finally, of the reports which have been ...

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    they have given to the Sheikh place His Majesty’s Government under an obligation to treat it as a matter ...

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    From Political, Puwait To Britconsul, Bushire. No. 144 Dated the 6th July 1933. Sheikh returned afternoon of 5th July, shall be glad of something to tell him regarding holding up of his letter to Bin Saud. ooo ...